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Scott Reid is the Member of Parliament for Lanark-Frontenac-Kingston. He was first elected in November 2000.

He has previously served as the Shadow Minister (or opposition critic) for Democratic Institutions (2015-2018), Deputy Opposition House Leader (2015-2016), and Deputy Government House Leader (2006-2015).

He also served as the chairman of the subcommittee on International Human Rights of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development (2008-2015).

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On Quebec’s Bill 21

June 24, 2019

I am writing to express my admiration for Ichrak Nourel Hak, the courageous young Quebec woman who is challenging the province’s Bill 21. The new law makes it unlawful for a person to work for the provincial government, including schools, while wearing “any object, including clothing, a symbol, jewellery, an adornment, an accessory, or headwear that (i) is worn…

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J’Accuse: An Open Letter to TVT Councillors regarding the Integrity Commissioner’s ruling against Judy Farrell

October 18, 2018

To all members of Tay Valley Township Council, Please read this open letter carefully. It has been submitted to all members of Council, and also to the media and the general public. INTRODUCTORY REMARKS This open letter is an appeal to Tay Valley Township Council to order an immediate review of the Integrity Commissioner report authored by John Ewart,…

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Respecting Tay Valley Township Council’s proposed procedural by-law

September 4, 2018

On August 31, 2018, I sent the email and attachment below to Reeve Kerr and the members of Tay Valley Township Council, respecting their proposal for a new procedural by-law, which appears to be outside of the council’s powers to enact, as it appears both unconstitutional, and ultra vires Ontario’s Municipal Act. I told the Reeve and Councillors I would make these…

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Scott Reid is the Member of Parliament for Lanark-Frontenac-Kingston. He was first elected in November 2000.

He has previously served as the Shadow Minister (or opposition critic) for Democratic Institutions (2015-2018), Deputy Opposition House Leader (2015-2016), and Deputy Government House Leader (2006-2015).

He also served as the chairman of the subcommittee on International Human Rights of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development (2008-2015).

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