Letters to Elected Officials in Canada
(Received by e-mail on January 5, 2012. Français ci-dessous. The following letter by Minister Baird was written in response to the August 4, 2011 report by the June 2011 Canadian Delegation to Haiti. The members of the delegation thank the minister for taking the time to write and they will reply to him in the near future.)
To: Members of the Parliament and Senate of Canada
Subject: Concern about social and human rights situation in Haiti, and Canadian government policy in Haiti
November 17, 2011
This two page letter was written in order to provide some updated information to MPs and Senators, including references to further reading on the subject of Haiti. A printable version of the letter is included in this page.
La version francaise de cettre lettre est disponsible ici.
To: Members of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development, House of Commons
Re: Commentary on your meeting of October 18, 2011 concerning Haiti
November 15, 2011
This six-page letter is a commentary by two activists of the Canada Haiti Action Network. It expresses concern over the limited range of information on Haiti that the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development of the House of Commons received at its session of October 18, 2011 devoted to Haiti. It provides links for detailed reading on the situation in Haiti and makes suggestions for broadening the range of iinvited witnesses at future sessions of the Committee.
La version française de cette lettre est ci-dessous ainsi qu'ici.
Canadian delegation to Haiti reports back
August 4, 2011--Three Canadians conducted a ten-day fact-finding and solidarity mission to Haiti from June 20 to 30. The delegation, organized by Haiti Solidarity BC, the Vancouver affiliate of the Canada Haiti Action Network, traveled throughout the earthquake zone, including Port-au-Prince, Leogane and Jacmel. Version française de ce rapportage ici. Read the full report here or in the attached pdf.