Yet Canada "will continue to work with its allies in the fight against terrorism," Trudeau's government said in the throne speech
In the meantime, after the Throne Speech
this afternoon, the Senate will vote to establish a Selection Committee.
But while her mute entreaty during the Throne Speech
to "Stop Harper" earned loud applause, her appeal in subsequent statements for "a Canadian version of an Arab Spring, a flowering of popular movements" provoked some fiery debate.
Like most Canadians, I was initially surprised by the announcement in the recent throne speech
that the Harper government planned to review the lyrics to our national anthem.
As the Honourable Steven Point, the Sto:lo Lieutenant Governor, said in the Throne Speech
, "If we get it right, it will be a significant provincial accomplishment for our times.
The Throne speech
was characterized by its incommensurable methodological scope as a structuring orientation on the state of the Nation.
The Presbyterian Church in Canada is delighted that the federal government has made a commitment in the last throne speech
to apologize to Aboriginal people for the sad legacy of residential schools.
Last October, Prime Minister Stephen Harper promised in his throne speech
to launch the commission for truth and reconciliation and to make a statement of apology to close this sad chapter in our history.
The CHRA, which represents most community based nonprofit housing groups, calls on the federal government to use the coming Throne Speech
to commit to maintain the current investment in community housing.
Campbell also surprised many British Columbians with his unexpected embrace of global warming alarmism in his government's February throne speech
He expressed disappointment when it was not mentioned in the Throne Speech
or in Martin's first budget.
3) Busy months ahead: expect a Throne speech
, a federal budget and an election this spring