Christine Moore Member of Parliament Abitibi—Témiscamingue
  • Critic for Rural Affairs
  • Critic for Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec

December 23rd, 2016

‘HIGH-SPEED’ ACTION NEEDED FOLLOWING CRTC RULING

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

December 21, 2016

OTTAWA– Following the historic decision from the CRTC that declares high-speed internet access an essential service, the NDP is calling on the Liberal government to ensure access to this service across the country.

December 21st, 2016

HOLIDAY WISHES AND OFFICE HOURS

Please note that my offices will be closed from December 22nd until January 3rd.

You can leave a message by calling 1-800-567-6433 or writing to christine.moore.c1a@parl.gc.ca

Someone in my team will be checking messages on a regular basis.

December 19th, 2016

A LOOK BACK AT THE PARLIAMENTARY SESSION

A LOOK BACK AT THE PARLIAMENTARY SESSION: CHRISTINE MOORE DISAPPOINTED BY BROKEN PROMISES

THE MEMBER FOR ABITIBI-TÉMISCAMINGUE IS NEVERTHELESS PROUD OF HER WORK FOR FAMILIES AND THE REGIONS

October 13th, 2016

CANADIANS DEMAND A FAIR AND LOCAL VOTING SYSTEM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

12 October 2016

OTTAWA – Over 37,000 Canadians contributed to consultations on electoral reform held by NDP MPs over the last four months. A mix of public town hall meetings, online outreach and mailed surveys found that 84% of participants want an electoral system where a party’s seats in the House of Commons is a fair reflection of the share of votes they receive.

October 3rd, 2016

CHRISTINE MOORE PROPOSES TO HAVE CANADA POST COLLECT E-WASTE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

3 October 2016

MP TO PRESENT BRIEF TO PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE REVIEWING CANADA POST SERVICES

ROUYN-NORANDA – Further to the release of the Canada Post Review Task Force’s discussion paper, MP Christine Moore (Abitibi—Témiscamingue) has suggested that Canada Post’s delivery network across the country be used to collect waste electrical and electronic equipment (e‑waste), an option that was not considered in the report.

September 22nd, 2016

Making every vote count equally

5 things to know about proportional representation

Our current first-past-the-post (FPTP) system has been around since before cars, electricity, and penicillin. It gave the the Liberals in 2015 and the Conservatives in 2011 a “false majority” government with 100% of the power in the House of Commons by winning only 39% of Canadians’ votes. The overwhelming majority of Canadians think this model is unfair – and so do we.