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Ms Lucie MONCION (Canada)

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Independent Senators Group

Canada-Europe Parliamentary Association
CA - K1A 0A6 - Ottawa

Working language: French


In the political groups

In the Assembly

  • from 24/01/2022 to 21/01/2024 Representative - Canada
  • from 16/04/2020 to 23/01/2022 Substitute - Canada

In the committee(s) and sub-committee(s)


Last speeches

11/10/2023 | 19:38:21 Thank you for allowing me to add another perspective on such an important subject: violence against women with disabilities. I would also like to acknowledge the remarkable dedication of the Rapporteur, Ms Béatrice FRESKO-ROLFO, in her excellent report. In Canada, as in Europe, women with disabilities are disproportionately affected by gender-based violence. Between invisibility, lack of financial support and insufficient sustainable social services, we must act quickly to meet the needs of... 27/04/2022 | 15:46:37 Thank you, Mr President. Fellow parliamentarians, We cannot stress enough the importance of protecting and preserving the heritage and cultural legacy of Ukraine from the destruction and damage inflicted by the Russian invasion. We have all witnessed the devastating effects of this invasion. We have seen the millions of displaced persons and refugees, the atrocities committed against civilians and the near total destruction of many towns and villages. To this list, we must add the current... 25/04/2022 | 19:16:41 Thank you, Mister President. Dear Parliamentarians, The debate on an assessment of the ways and means of combating the exposure of children to pornography is very timely. As you heard earlier in my colleague's speech, the Canadian Parliament is also grappling with the challenges posed by children's exposure to online pornography. Currently in Canada, the Criminal Code does not prohibit the mere provision of sexually explicit material to children for commercial purposes. It is considered an... 24/01/2022 | 19:33:03 Thank you very much, Madam President. Dear parliamentarians, At the end of 2020, there were almost 83 million people in the world who were uprooted from their homes. Of these people, approximately 35 million were children, representing 42% of those displaced worldwide due to conflict, violence, human rights violations or events that seriously disrupt public order. These facts must be taken into consideration when we debate and legislate on immigration issues in our own parliaments. Although... 24/01/2022 | 17:53:59 Thank you very much, Mr President. Dear parliamentarians, I am delighted to be with you, if only virtually, and to address this Assembly on issues that are close to my heart. Today we are debating, among other issues, the report by Ms Jennifer DE TEMMERMAN, which, in the fight against climate change, urges member states to exercise their shared responsibility to act together to advance the next generation of rights, in order to better safeguard the well-being of present and future generations...