On June 24th The Hon. Patty Hajdu visited the Nanabijou Childcare Centre to discuss the new Canada Child Benefit (CCB) and how it will help families in Thunder Bay – Superior North. Starting today CCB will be paid monthly to eligible families, replacing the Canada Child Tax Benefit and the Universal Child Care Benefit. Earlier this year, Minister Hajdu […]
Minister Hajdu wants to hear from constituents in Thunder Bay–Superior North and their thoughts on Canada Post: What should stay the same? What needs to change? What can Canada Post do better? Your voice, views and opinions can help build a better, more affordable and more modern postal service for Canadians. Join us in person […]
Our latest householder is now available online at: hh-budget-BILL-EN-FR- V9 (note this is a large file). This householder provides updates to the important work Minister Hajdu is doing to represent constituents of Thunder Bay–Superior North in Ottawa, information on specific events and issues, and updates to her work as Minister of the Status of Women.
Brigitte Sansoucy, MP for Saint-Hyacinthe—Bagot (QC): “Mr. Speaker, gender-based analysis within the federal government is nothing new. In fact, a Liberal government committed to introducing it in 1995. It is now 2016, which means we have been waiting for over 20 years. For 20 years, the departments have been making decisions without having to systematically consider […]
Sheila Malcolmson, MP for Nanamio–Lady Smith (BC): “Mr. Speaker, 20 years ago, the Liberal government promised that Canada would use gender-based analysis for all programs, policies, and laws. However, two Auditor General reports found the little done was piecemeal and inadequate. As the Auditor General said, a major barrier was lack of mandatory requirements. Women’s equality […]
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