Senate of Canada: Oppose the Act to establish Pope John Paul II Day (Bill C-266)
  • Petitioned Honourable Noël A. Kinsella

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Speaker of the Senate
Honourable Noël A. Kinsella
Leader of the Opposition in the Senate
Honourable James S. Cowan

Senate of Canada: Oppose the Act to establish Pope John Paul II Day (Bill C-266)

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      Centre for Inquiry - Canada

Bill C-266 is a Private Member's Bill, sponsored by . It recently passed third reading in the House of Commons, and is currently before the Senate (more information here).

By signing this petition to oppose Bill C-266, you are showing your commitment to the principles of human rights for all, regardless of religion, sexual orientation, and gender. An email will be sent to Senate Speaker Noel Kinsella, and James Cowan, leader of the opposition in the Senate. We encourage you to contact other members of the Senate, by phone, email, or post - contact information is here.

You can find a record of how MPs voted on this bill here  We encourage you to thank your MP for voting “NAY” or to protest your MP’s “YEA” vote; MPs’ contact information is here.

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    • christie eby WATERLOO, CANADA
      • 5 months ago

      John Paul II is not an example of someone in that level of power who did anything to better the human condition.

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    • pierre laurin GATINEAU, CANADA
      • 6 months ago

      Greatest Criminal Organization in History. Enough said.

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    • J Bolger ST. ANDREWS, CANADA
      • 6 months ago

      For reasons cited in the letter

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    • doreen maguire LONDON, CANADA
      • 6 months ago

      For all the reasons listed in the letter..

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    • Conner Steacy KINGSTON, CANADA
      • 6 months ago

      This bill has as much importance as Groundhog Day or maybe less

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