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The NDP calls for a National Indigenous Housing Strategy

BUDGET 2017: THE NDP REMAINS CAUTIOUS ABOUT LIBERAL HOUSING INVESTMENTS

NDP STATEMENT ON THE RETIREMENT OF FRAPRU COORDINATOR FRANÇOIS SAILLANT

Speech // National Poverty Reduction Strategy in Canada

Montrealers rally for more funding to address homelessness

NDP MPs PARTICIPATE IN ACTIVITIES OF THE NIGHT FOR THE HOMELESS

MARJOLAINE BOUTIN-SWEET CALLS ON LIBERAL GOVERNMENT TO RECOGNIZE THE RIGHT TO HOUSING

As fentanyl crisis claims lives, calls renew for safe injection site in Montreal

Montreal is awaiting federal approval for supervised injection clinics

Liberals must recognize right to housing

SURVIVAL OF LONGUE-POINTE CURLING CLUB: MARJOLAINE BOUTIN-SWEET CALLS ON MINISTER SAJJAN TO INTERVENE

MARJOLAINE BOUTIN-SWEET PRESENTS HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS

2016 federal budget: a missed opportunity to reduce social inequality

Marjolaine Boutin-Sweet reacts to the first Liberal budget

TIME FOR URGENT ACTION ON SOCIAL HOUSING

NDP calls on Liberal government to renew federal funding before January 1st

Government must work to end violence against women

NDP statement on National Housing Day

Advocates Hopeful for 'Real Progress' on Housing Crisis

Mulcair says NDP will keep Cloverdale subsidies going

ALEXANDRE BOULERICE TABLES A MEMORANDUM AT THE CITY OF MONTREAL ON CUTS TO CANADA POST

NDP concerned over social and economic consequences, as well as safety concerns related to ending home delivery

INVESTMENT IN THE PORT OF MONTREAL: INFRASTRUCTURE LAGGING BEHIND

Speech about Conservative government's budget implementation bill

Another omnibus bill that has 400 clauses and is more than 460 pages long

Harper earmarks $5.8B for infrastructure, including First Nations schools

Montrealers gather on lower field to remember Canada’s fallen heroes

NDP unveils agenda for prosperous, fair and sustainable cities

Statement by FCM President on NDP housing motion

NDP CALLS ON CONSERVATIVES TO INVEST IN SOCIAL HOUSING

Conservatives leaving municipalities behind

Infrastructure plan much ado about too little, cities say

Applications for money to fix roads, water systems and public transit can be filed as of March 31

NDP HOUSING CRITIC CONGRATULATES LEILANI FARHA ON HER APPOINTMENT TO THE UN

CONSERVATIVE BUDGET: POLITICS BEFORE FAMILIES

NDP will call for an emergency committee meeting on Canada Post

Cancer patient ordered to leave Canada by Tuesday

Museum of Civilization taps oil patch for $1 million to help fund Canada's 150th

Statement by the Official Opposition on National Housing Day

Remembrance Day: Montrealers come to McGill to pay their respects

CMHC policy hurts families: NDP

Municipal Leaders Launch New Campaign to Fix Canada's Housing Crunch

CONSERVATIVES TURNING THEIR BACKS ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING

HOCHELAGA-MAISONNEUVE WORKING TO SAVE FEDERAL HOMELESSNESS STRATEGY

LAC-MÉGANTIC: NEW DEMOCRATS CALL FOR MEETING BETWEEN OTTAWA AND QUEBEC

With Parliament prorogued, NDP takes Question Period to Twitter

1,000 REASONS WHY PROROGATION WILL HURT CANADIANS

The prime minister is once again showing his contempt for the work of parliamentarians: Mulcair

Regina housing advocates push for 500 new homes in two years

NEW DEMOCRATS STRONGLY OPPOSED TO HPS CHANGES

MARJOLAINE BOUTIN-SWEET NAMED NEW DEMOCRAT INFRASTRUCTURE CRITIC

FINANCE MINISTER MUST HONOUR COMMITMENT TO IMPROVE RETIREMENT SECURITY: NDP

NDP PRESSES FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO INVEST IN SOCIAL HOUSING

NDP marks 10th anniversary of same-sex marriage in Canada

STATEMENT BY OFFICIAL OPPOSITION HOUSING CRITIC MARJOLAINE BOUTIN-SWEET ON APPOINTMENT OF CMHC CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD

Question on temporary foreign worker program

Inadequate tweaks to foreign worker program fail to save Canadian jobs

Statement on Space for life

Question about privacy breaches in the federal government

Question about Temporary Foreign Worker Program

Statement on Employment Insurance

CONSERVATIVES USING PUBLIC FUNDS FOR PARTISAN PURPOSES: NDP

Speech concerning the Budget

HOMELESSNESS: CONSERVATIVES SAVING ON BACKS OF LESS FORTUNATE

Statement on the renewal of the Homelessness Partnering Strategy (HPS)

Tête à tête with Marjolaine Boutin-Sweet

NDP DEFENDS EMPLOYMENT INSURANCE AGAINST CONSERVATIVE ATTACKS

SOCIAL HOUSING: LOAN PREPAYMENTS ARE A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION

Federal government loses hard drive with information on more than half a million people

538,000 Canadians’ info on lost USB: Human Resources

MONTREAL HOUSING MARKET: MARJOLAINE BOUTIN-SWEET REMAINS CONCERNED

MARJOLAINE BOUTIN-SWEET REITERATES IMPORTANCE OF FUNDING SOCIAL HOUSING

HOUSING AND HOMELESSNESS CONFERENCE: MARJOLAINE BOUTIN-SWEET CALLS FOR MASSIVE INVESTMENT

GOVERNMENT MUST INVEST IN AFFORDABLE HOUSING: NDP

NDP: CONSERVATIVES STILL FAILING ON ELIMINATION OF CHILD POVERTY

CONSERVATIVES IGNORE SLOWING GROWTH AND ECONOMIC WARNING SIGNS: NDP

INCREASE IN FOOD BANK USERS: GOVERNMENT MUST TAKE ACTION

THE NDP OPPOSED TO THE PRIVATIZATION OF THE CMHC

BUDGET BILL, TAKE TWO: CONSERVATIVES HAVEN’T LEARNED THEIR LESSON

SOCIAL HOUSING: NDP AND ORGANIZATIONS URGE CONSERVATIVES TO TAKE RESPONSIBILITY

WORLD HABITAT DAY: CONSERVATIVES MUST STOP PENALIZING COOPERATIVES

CHANGES TO EI: TOO MANY CANADIANS GETTING SHORT-CHANGED

E.I. CHANGES NEED TO BE STUDIED: NDP

GOVERNMENT FAILING TO PROPERLY ADDRESS HOMELESSNESS: BOUTIN-SWEET

NDP DEFENDS WOMEN’S RIGHT TO CHOOSE

NDP HOLDS FIRST PUBLIC CONSULTATION ON HOUSING: CONSERVATIVES MUST TAKE ACTION

Government wants advice on what it costs to provide EI, CPP

Government wants advice on what it costs to provide EI, CPP

MARJOLAINE BOUTIN-SWEET MEETS WITH IRIS RESEARCHERS ABOUT AFFORDABLE HOUSING CRISIS

HOUSING: MARJOLAINE BOUTIN-SWEET URGES FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO LISTEN TO MUNICIPALITIES

More Canadians find “no vacancy” when trying to rent, says FCM report

SENIORS WORSE OFF UNDER HARPER GOVERNMENT

NDP JOINS “BLACK OUT, SPEAK OUT” CAMPAIGN AGAINST C-38

MARJOLAINE BOUTIN-SWEET MARCHES ALONGSIDE FRAPRU TO MAINTAIN FEDERAL SUBSIDIES FOR SOCIAL HOUSING

MARJOLAINE BOUTIN-SWEET TO PARTICIPATE IN FRAPRU MARCH TO MAINTAIN FEDERAL SUBSIDIES FOR SOCIAL HOUSING

NEW RESTRICTIONS LEAVE MORE UNEMPLOYED OUT IN THE COLD

Statement by Official Opposition Leader, Thomas Mulcair, on International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia

NEW DEMOCRATS TO HOLD PUBLIC BUDGET BILL CONSULTATIONS

CONSERVATIVE CHANGES WILL ALLOW ROADKILL ON YOUR TABLE: NDP

MARJOLAINE BOUTIN-SWEET JOINS FRAPRU IN PRESENTING SOCIAL HOUSING PETITION

HOMELESSNESS: MARJOLAINE BOUTIN-SWEET SLAMS MINISTER DIANE FINLEY’S POLITICAL INTERFERENCE

HOUSING CRISIS FAR FROM OVER: NDP

CONSERVATIVES PUTTING ECONOMY, ENVIRONMMENT AT RISK

NDP CALLS FOR STUDY OF BIG DATA’S PERSONAL PRIVACY PROTECTION

Statement by NDP Leader Tom Mulcair on International Workers’ Day

NDP TABLES BILL CALLING FOR BILINGUAL OFFICERS OF PARLIAMENT

CLOSURE OF NINE VETERANS AFFAIRS OFFICES WILL HURT VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES: NDP

CHANGES TO TEMPORARY FOREIGN WORKER PROGRAM LACK DUE DILIGENCE

NEW DEMOCRATS DEMAND A NATIONAL TRANSIT STRATEGY

CONSERVATIVE ENVIRONMENTAL PLAN ON THE WRONG TRACK

STEPHEN HARPER MUST KEEP PROMISE ON ABORTION

RAISING AGE OF ELIGIBILITY FOR OAS WILL HAVE SERIOUS CONSEQUENCES ON SENIORS

MARJOLAINE BOUTIN-SWEET TO PLAY KEY ROLE IN MULCAIR’S SHADOW CABINET

BORDER CUTS MEAN MORE WAIT TIMES, LESS PUBLIC SAFETY: NDP

CUTTING FOOD INSPECTORS PUTS CANADIANS’ HEALTH AT RISK

PROGRAMMING AND NEWS SEVERELY AFFECTED BY CONSERVATIVE CUTS TO CBC

HARPER MUST BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR PROCUREMENT FIASCOS

CONSERVATIVES MUST REVERSE DECISION TO CUT OAS

CONSERVATIVE MISMANAGEMENT DESTROYED RIGHTS & DEMOCRACY: NDP

CUTS AT CBC/RADIO-CANADA COME AT A STEEP COST: NDP

Demise of Katimavik reflects misguided priorities

AG SLAMS CONSERVATIVE MISMANAGEMENT OF F-35s

CUTS TO NATIONAL COUNCIL OF WELFARE WILL HURT LOW-INCOME CANADIANS

THE CONSERVATIVE BUDGET: NO RELIEF FOR QUEBECERS

March 29, 2012 Statement on drug-related prostitution in Hochelaga

CONSERVATIVES IGNORED DRUG SHORTAGE WARNINGS: NDP

NYCOLE TURMEL SUMS UP HER TERM AS NDP LEADER

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF LA FRANCOPHONIE: ROBERT AUBIN CELEBRATES FRENCH, A LANGUAGE THAT LOOKS TOWARD THE FUTURE

Craig Scott victory strengthens NDP opposition: Turmel

AVEOS: OTTAWA MUST PROTECT GOOD JOBS

NEW DEMOCRATS INTRODUCE BILL TO PROTECT SENIORS

NDP INTRODUCES MOTION TO SAVE POPULAR HOME RETROFIT PROGRAM

NDP CALLS FOR PLAN TO AVOID DRUG SHORTAGES

CONSERVATIVES ATTACKING THE HEART OF CULTURE: NDP

NDP SLAMS COMMITTEE REPORT ON ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT

Statement by New Democrat Leader Nycole Turmel on the death of Madeleine Parent

Federal government holding up new drug-addiction centre: NDP MP

PROSTITUTION IN HOCHELAGA: EMERGENCY FINANCIAL AID MUST BE GRANTED

NOTICE : PRESS CONFERENCE ON PROSTITUTION IN HOCHELAGA

NDP TABLES TWO BILLS TO ADVANCE WOMEN’S EQUALITY

NEW POWERS WILL GIVE ELECTIONS CANADA TOOLS TO FIGHT FRAUD

DON’T CUT VETERANS’ SUPPORT: NDP TO CONSERVATIVES

F-35s: CONSERVATIVES MUST PRESENT A PLAN B

GOVERNMENT MUST PROTECT FRENCH IN THE WORKPLACE: NDP

AEROSPACE INDUSTRY NEEDS ACTION, NOT TALK: NDP

NDP LEADS WAY TO HISTORIC VOTE ON “SHANNEN’S DREAM”

NDP FILES ETHICS COMPLAINT AGAINST CHRISTIAN PARADIS

RCMP, ELECTIONS COMMISH MUST FIND AND CHARGE THOSE RESPONSIBLE

EU VOTE ON OIL SANDS A WAKEUP CALL: NEW DEMOCRATS

CONSERVATIVES MAKE WILD CLAIMS TO DEFEND CUTS TO SENIORS’ BENEFITS

NDP APPLAUDS INVESTIGATION ON VIOLENCE AGAINST ABORIGINAL WOMEN

NDP MOTION WOULD OPEN UP PARLIAMENT TO CANADIANS

NDP URGES OTTAWA TO KEEP INVESTING IN AEROSPACE

NDP TAKES ON CONSERVATIVE CUTS TO EI

HARPER MUST MAKE SHANNEN’S DREAM A REALITY

Question about the Accessibility Fund

CONSERVATIVES SELL OUT REFINING JOBS IN CANADA

BACK DOWN FROM OAS BLUNDER: NDP TO CONSERVATIVES

TURMEL BLASTS LOOMING CONSERVATIVE BUDGET CUTS

NDP PROPOSES USING GAS TAX FUND TO IMPROVE INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDING

Manufacturing jobs continue to disappear

Questions asked to the Government on January 31th, 2012, during the debate on the Pooled Registered Pension Plans Act

HARPER MUST TREAT FIRST NATIONS WITH RESPECT TO REGAIN TRUST: NDP

NEW DOCS ESTABLISH CLEMENT SELECTED SLUSH FUND PROJECTS

CBC/RADIO-CANADA MUST CONTINUE SERVING ALL CANADIANS: TURMEL

NDP URGES ACTION ON CHAMPLAIN BRIDGE

I WILL FIGHT FOR YOUR JOBS: TURMEL

HOMEOWNERS MUST BE COMPENSATED FOR PYRRHOTITE: TURMEL

CONSERVATIVES RISKING PUBLIC SAFETY WITH LACK OF FRACKING RULES: NDP

TURMEL SLAMS CLOSURE OF QUEBEC RESCUE CENTRE

PUT PENSIONERS FIRST WHEN BUSINESSES GO BANKRUPT: TURMEL

NDP WON’T TURN ITS BACK ON PEOPLE OF ST-MAURICE-CHAMPLAIN

GOVERNMENT MUST SUPPORT SOCIAL HOUSING: TURMEL

NYCOLE TURMEL TO DISCUSS POVERTY IN MONTREAL

NDP SLAMS CUTS TO PUBLIC SERVICE SECOND LANGUAGE PROGRAM

CONSERVATIVES CONTINUE TO FAIL CANADIANS ON FOOD SAFETY: NDP

TURMEL: QUALITY JOBS MUST BECOME PRIORITY

NEW DEMOCRATS DEMAND ACTION ON WHITE BIRCH

HARPER FAILS TO SHOW LEADERSHIP ON HEALTH CARE

TURMEL TO QUEBECERS: LET’S BUILD A BETTER FUTURE FOR FAMILIES

HARPER IS THREATENING THE SUSTAINABILITY OF HEALTHCARE IN CANADA: NDP

THOUSANDS OF SERVICE CANADA EMPLOYEES DEMAND MINISTER’S RESIGNATION

NDP DEMANDS NEXT CRTC CHAIR BE BILINGUAL

CONSERVATIVE INACTION PUSHES UNEMPLOYMENT HIGHER

CONSERVATIVES GIVE SIKORSKY A FREE RIDE WHILE CANADIANS PAY: NDP

CONSERVATIVES FAIL ON HEALTH CARE ACCOUNTABILITY

ENVIRONMENT REPORT SHOWS MORE CONSERVATIVE MISMANAGEMENT

CONSERVATIVE INACTION ON MISSING ABORIGINAL WOMEN SHAMEFUL: TURMEL

NDP: Report missing voices of aboriginal women

Statement at the House of commons, on december 9th, 2011, regarding homelessness

Canada Uses 'Legal Right' to Withdraw From Kyoto Protocol

NDP delegation to attend Kyoto, pour l’espoir

SELLING OFF AIRPORTS WON’T FLY WITH FAMILIES: NDP

KENT’S CLIMATE SUGGESTION FULL OF HOT AIR: LIU

Canadian leadership in Attawapiskat

NDP CALLS ON PM TO PROVIDE SUPPORT TO ATTAWAPISKAT

FRANÇOISE BOIVIN TO PARTICIPATE THE COLLOQUIUM ADVANCING WOMEN IN PUBLIC SERVICE IN WASHINGTON

NDP MOTION CALLS FOR GOVERNMENT ACTION ON JOBS, CLIMATE CHANGE

NEW DEMOCRATS HOST SENIORS ROUNDTABLE

NDP TO ATTEND DURBAN TO PROMOTE CANADIAN LEADERSHIP AND JOBS

HARPER MUST MAKE FRONT-LINE POLICE A PRIORITY: TURMEL

INVESTIGATION NEEDED INTO GOVERNMENT TREATMENT OF VETERANS’ FAMILIES FIGHTING FOR DEATH BENEFIT

CONSERVATIVES PUSHING THROUGH CRIME BILL PUBLIC SAFETY MINISTER ADMITS IS FLAWED

CONSERVATIVES TRYING TO HIDE THEIR INACTION ON THE ENVIRONMENT

ATTAWAPISKAT: NDP SLAMS CONSERVATIVE INACTION IN THE FACE OF SUFFERING FAMILIES

CLIMATE CHANGE: CONSERVATIVES’ INACTION PUTTING JOBS AT RISK

WHEAT BOARD VOTE KILLS STABILITY FOR FARMERS: TURMEL

USE OF FRENCH AT WORK: TIME TO TAKE ACTION NOW

DON’T LET ARROGANT DEFENSIVE CONSERVATIVES HIDE FROM OPPOSITION: NDP

CLEMENT MISLED PUBLIC ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE ON G8: NDP

DON’T LEAVE FAMILIES TO ROLL THE DICE ON THEIR RETIREMENT: TURMEL

Questions asked to the Government on November 15th, 2011, about sexual harassment cases in the RCMP

Official presentation of a petition at the House of Commons, concerning the Wapikoni mobile’s funding

Questions asked to the Government on November 14th, 2011, about sexual harassment cases in the RCMP

CONSERVATIVE DEMAND FOR CBC DOCS “UNLAWFUL”

AFTER 5 YEARS OF OBSTRUCTION, HARPER CONSERVATIVES PLEAD GUILTY TO BREAKING ELECTION LAW

BATTLE OVER HARPER’S PRISONS AGENDA, REGISTRY DATA FAR FROM OVER: TURMEL

NEW DEMOCRATS SALUTE 75 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE AT CBC

Question asked to the government on November 1st, 2011, about the ability for persons with disabilites to make a living

Court Orders Stay of Proceedings in CUPW Challenge to Lisa Raitt's Arbitrator

NEW DEMOCRAT MPs SPEAK ON METROPOLITAN LAND USE AND DEVELOPMENT PLAN

Questions asked to the Government on October 19, 2011, about a mexican gay couple threatened of deportation

GAY COUPLE GETS REPRIEVE FROM DEPORTATION

Gay couple to remain in Montreal

Gay couple ordered to leave Canada - Application for refugee status rejected

Question asked to the government on October 14th, 2011 during the debate on the Liberal motion on suicide prevention

Media Advisory - First Wapikoni Mobile international launching

2011 Rights and Freedoms Prize - The Commission des droits de la personne et des droits de la jeunesse to honour the Wapikoni Mobile

Question asked to the Government on October 7, 2011, about Keeping Canada's Economy and Jobs Growing Act

Question asked to the Government on October 7, 2011, about protection of pension plans

Olivia Chow moves forward with national transit strategy

NEW DEMOCRATS FILE PETITION ASKING MINISTER FINLEY ENSURE WAPIKONI MOBILE’S SURVIVAL

Statement at the House of Commons, on September 19, 2011, concerning the Wapikoni mobile

Reality check: Conservatives hail reduction in red tape … by releasing a new government report!

Did Conservatives sell out Canada to U.S. copyright interests?

New Democrats battle cuts to EI support services

JACK LAYTON’S LETTER TO CANADIANS

Statement from Nycole Turmel

New Democrats call on Kent to show leadership, protect St. Lawrence

Slush fund meeting during ‘08 election reprehensible

Slush fund meeting during ‘08 election reprehensible

NEW EVIDENCE OF CONSERVATIVE’S SLUSH FUND POLITICS

DON’T GUT ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AGENCY: NDP

FAMINE IN SOMALIA REQUIRES STRONGER RESPONSE: NDP

FEDS MISS OPPORTUNITY ON PAN-CANADIAN ENERGY STRATEGY: NDP

NEW DEMOCRATS CALL ON MINISTER FINLEY TO REVERSE THE CUTS TO WAPIKONI MOBILE

Le Wapikoni mobile: entre NPD et Conservateurs

CONSERVATIVE PENSION PLAN TOO RISKY: NEW DEMOCRATS - Government bypasses stable CPP/QPP to push unproven private plan

À la défense du studio Wapikoni mobile

PUT PUBLIC SAFETY FIRST AND REPLACE CHAMPLAIN BRIDGE: NDP - Federal officials admit decision to repair and not replace puts safety at risk

NDP warns against Conservatives’ snooping law

Speech and questions in the House of Commons on June, 23, 2011, concerning the Resumption and Continuation of Postal Services Legislation

Question asked to the Government on June 13, 2011, about a family living in Hochelaga threatened of deportation

COMMUNIQUÉ - MARJOLAINE BOUTIN-SWEET EXIGE QUE LE MINISTRE KENNEY SUSPENDE LA DÉPORTATION D’UNE FAMILLE D’HOCHELAGA

Marjolaine Boutin-Sweet ajoute sa voix pour défendre la famille Perez-Castillo

Question asked to the Government on June 8, 2011, about a family living in Hochelaga threatened of deportation

18 Québécois dans le cabinet fantôme du NPD

Jour de rentrée pour les nouveaux députés

Pas si mal, les «poteaux»!

Région de Montréal - Même des châteaux forts cèdent à la vague néodémocrate