Weaver also commented on the Throne Speech
, noting that he would not be voting in favour of the Address in Reply.
In my view, the Throne speech
was very thin on tangible ways (First Nations are) going to be participating," said Treaty 7 Grand Chief Charles Weasel Head.
Johnston said in a Friday throne speech
released by local media that "the government will introduce legislation that will provide greater support for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault; that will get handguns and assault weapons off our streets; and that will legalize, regulate and restrict access to marijuana.
His government will introduce new environmental assessment processes, the throne speech
Like most progressives, I'm looking forward to the first Throne Speech
in a decade that promotes a Canadian agenda based on generosity and hope.
ca/) CBC News said the country's 150th birthday will be highlighted by a throne speech
, which in turn will focus on the two dozen milestones of the celebrations all through 2017.
The Chinese official's visit comes before a planned trip by HM the King to the People's Republic of China, which was announced in the Sovereign's throne speech
on July 30.
Northern Development and Mines Minister Michael Gravelle said the government met its commitment to establish a development corporation for the dormant Far North mining camp 60 days after the premier's July 3 throne speech
Governor General Dame Louise Lake-Tack, delivering the traditional Throne Speech
at the start of a new session of parliament on Tuesday, said that the Baldwin Spencer administration would make changes to the copyright legislation this year.
But for the Harper Government[TM] the most recent throne speech
reads more like a fad diet plan than something recommended by experts.
Two weeks ago in New Brunswick, on the heeis of a tonedeaf throne speech
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has confirmed he will ask the Governor General to prorogue Parliament until October, when his government will outline a new agenda in a throne speech