In Quebec and across Canada, the regions are the victims of this Conservative government's blind cuts. It clarifies and codifies the rules regarding the imposition of consecutive and concurrent sentences.
Vote details. Maybe the member should become better acquainted with it. Bill C would recognize two of these circumstances.
Canadian Heritage. Victims of these heinous crimes deserve their support, and I would hope that the members opposite would find it in themselves to continually support these initiatives. Conservatives should really listen to the witnesses, including prominent first nations witnesses.
Status of House Business. The New Democrats can worry about things that are relevant not to families but to anyone else who is not concerned about how they would govern. They want a government that will respect international law and protect their rights and freedoms, and that is precisely what an NDP government will do.
We have reached significant milestones to make our streets and communities safer for everyone, but there is still work to do.
That is exactly what we have done. We wholeheartedly agree with tougher sentences for such horrific crimes. How could the minister fail to do such basic due diligence in drafting the bill? The bill will require courts to impose, in certain cases, consecutive sentences on offenders who commit sexual offences against children.