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Ind. (ON)
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2021-06-17 15:07 [p.8676]
Mr. Speaker, in my last S.O. 31, on May 31, I talked about the excessive use of power regarding systemic racism and discrimination intra-community, and in institutions and government.
What steps will the government and the leadership be taking to eliminate these concerns of misuse of power, not in their own self-interest, but for the best interest of Canadians at large?
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Ind. (ON)
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2021-06-04 12:12 [p.7981]
Madam Speaker, the global COVID-19 pandemic situation has been prevalent here for more than one year. There are still vaccination shortages in hotspot areas.
Why is the government failing to speed up the supply and distribution of the second dose of vaccinations to Canadians?
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Ind. (ON)
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2021-05-31 14:00 [p.7615]
Madam Speaker, it is agreed that systemic racism is a reality in many institutions in Canada. I want to enlighten this House about how power is misused to suppress and discriminate within the community itself.
In the 2015 election, a powerful person as co-chair inducted candidates linked to the World Sikh Organization, anti-India and other allies and, further, got preferential positions into the government to conduct their common motives. These acts of institutional systemic racism sidelined the talented individuals and organizations and affected my riding too.
I urge in future all political parties and the government to take preventive measures through bold steps to curb such challenges so as to provide equal opportunities to Canadians.
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Ind. (ON)
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2021-05-07 12:09 [p.6905]
Mr. Speaker, during the pandemic, many Canadians have been affected mentally and emotionally, and they deserve adequate support and treatment. However, the government has failed victims suffering from mental health issues.
Why is there neglect by the government at this crucial juncture of the COVID-19 crisis?
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Ind. (ON)
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2021-04-23 12:12 [p.6100]
Madam Speaker, in spite of being fully capable, our government failed Canadians on domestic vaccine production in a timely manner. Canada is in the middle of a serious pandemic, but the government keeps on bragging with announcements of millions and millions of dollars with no end result.
How is the government going to justify its slackness to Canadians?
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Ind. (ON)
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2021-03-23 15:06 [p.5134]
Mr. Speaker, compared to other countries, less than 10% of Canadians are vaccinated and everyone is concerned.
Can the Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry explain why, in spite of the resources available, the Liberal government could not bring in a proper plan for a made-in-Canada vaccine instead of depending on others?
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Ind. (ON)
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2021-02-26 12:10 [p.4614]
Madam Speaker, the Sikh community was grateful and delighted by the government's removal of Sikh religion words from the “2018 Public Report on the Terrorism Threat to Canada”. However, a large number of communities still have questions for the government even today.
Who pressured the Prime Minister's Office, the Minister of Public Safety and the Canadian intelligence community to compromise the national security of Canada, because Sikhs in general never wanted—
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Ind. (ON)
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2021-02-17 14:14 [p.4166]
Mr. Speaker, I am a proud Sikh by birth. Like Sikhs in Canada, I am not a Khalistani extremist or a sympathizer. However, there are a few Sikhs in Canada as well as in the House.
On December 13, 2018, the minister of public safety removed religion Sikh words from the “Terrorist Threat to Canada” report, 2018, and the Sikh community was grateful. However, a few unsatisfied Sikh members of Parliament stood against their own government, used all the tools and ulterior motives, pressurized the government and got Khalistani extremism removed from the report. Their hidden agenda was to camouflage all the names long-linked to the movement, even their own near and dear ones.
The security of Canada is paramount, but they compromised it. Shame on them for pandering to extremism in Canada. History will not forgive them.
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