Today, NDP MP for Winnipeg Centre Leah Gazan was pleased to congratulate Ka Ni Kanichihk on the new home of Velma’s House, a low-barrier, 24/7 safe space supporting women and gender diverse people within Winnipeg.
Statement from MP Gazan and MLA Asagwara on the sale of Lions Place
As elected officials representing the downtown area, we are calling for a delay in the sale of Lions Place until such time as a new non-profit buyer can be found and we are asking the provincial and federal governments to step in and ensure residents will not lose housing.
Statement on International Safe Abortion Day
Today, we commemorate International Safe Abortion Day to honour the trailblazers who fought for the right to access safe and legal abortions and reproductive health care services.
We must stand against harassment of female journalists
Recently, it has come to my attention that female journalists, primarily members of the Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour (BIPOC) communities, who are simply doing their jobs have been subjected to abuse and violence that include rape and death threats.
Statement by Leah Gazan on the Anniversary of the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan
Liberals must stop the spread of misinformation on abortion care
New Democrats urge the Liberal government to act immediately on its promise and stop the spread of misinformation on abortion care that is harming women and gender diverse individuals.
Liberals must push provinces to protect reproductive health care access
The Liberal government needs to step up and give provinces the means to protect and defend access to abortion and the reproductive health rights of women and gender diverse people.
Winnipeg Centre NDP MP Gazan supports new Mobile Overdose Prevention Site
A statement of support for Sunshine House's new Mobile Overdose Prevention Site.
7 Safe Space Community Letter
An open community letter emphasizing the urgent need for a 24/7 Safe Space in Winnipeg.
Liberals’ fail to protect Indigenous women, girls and two-spirit people
NDP Critic for the Status of Women, Leah Gazan (Winnipeg Centre) is asking why the Liberal government didn’t allocate new funding in last week’s budget to implement the 231 Calls for Justice from the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG).