House Passes Holiday Act

The Commons has unanimously passed a bill to designate September 30 a paid holiday for 1.3 million federally-regulated employees. The bill proclaiming a National Day for Truth and Reconciliation now proceeds to the Senate: ‘People might ask how one day that establishes a statutory holiday for a limited number of people can make a difference.’

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