Click above for a statement by John McKay M.P. on the celebration of Black History Month 2011. Visit the Gallery for photos from Scarborough's Mason Road Junior School's celebration of Black History Month on Parliament Hill.
Click above for information relating to Canadians travelling out of Egypt.
Join John McKay and other Scarborough-area MPs on January 29th at a community forum to have your say on what Canada's priorities for the future should be. Click above for more details.
Click above to read John McKay's memorial statement in the House of Commons on December 9th, 2010 in honour of the late Doris McCarthy, a renowned Scarborough-area painter who has passed away at age 100. Also included is a bio and links to her work.
Today, 2.7 million Canadians provide care for seniors. By 2017, Canada’s 150th birthday, it is estimated that the number of seniors with chronic conditions requiring home care services will increase by one-third...
Click above to read John McKay's Remembrance Day greeting and find details about local and city Remembrance Ceremonies (Photo: Tom Hanson/The Canadian Press)
From November 5 to November 11, Canada will remember those men and women who put their lives on the line for our country in war and peace by serving in the Armed Forces...
Click above to read the article from Inside Toronto about John McKay's recent visit to Pope John Paul II S.S. to talk to students about The Responsible Mining Bill and other Development & Peace issues.
It was almost painful to watch Stockwell Day attempting to stay “on message” when he spoke last week about the Harper plan to build more prisons for “unreported” crimes...
Liberals are calling on the Conservative government to immediately begin working with organizations that provide healthcare services to Canadians living with brain disorders to determine how to best support caregivers...
Despite an unprecedented outcry from a broad cross-section of Canadians against axing the mandatory long census, the Conservatives continue to put ideology before facts...
An important priority policy area for the Global Networks Strategy is energy and environment. Leadership on clean energy, conservation and energy efficiency is the key to the jobs of tomorrow...
Making Canadian strengths more widely understood abroad will bolster all other aspects of the Global Networks Strategy, and all efforts to advance Canadian interests and values...
Multilateralism is not a policy choice, but a recognition of the world as it is. More than ever before, both our threats and our opportunities are trans-national...
Under a Liberal government, an integrated approach to human development will make use of Canada’s greatest strengths. In most troubled nations, the greatest need is stable governance, based on the rule of law and respect for human rights...
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