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Care Facility: Mercury Poisoning and Ndp Seats

care facility: His party lost 15 seats, but that didn't stop him from being full of energy, according to National Observer. Maybe because the 24 remaining NDP seats potentially hold a lot more power in a Liberal minority government. The room erupted in applause and dancing as party leader Jagmeet Singh entered the room and took the stage. Singh centred reconciliation and affordability in his speech, starting with acknowledging the territories of the Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh, Musqueam and Kwikwetlem First Nations before thanking the volunteers and his family. Before the writ dropped the Liberal government was in talks with the community about a care facility for people plagued by mercury poisoning. Don't miss out on the latest news Sign up for our daily briefing Singh went on to acknowledge Grassy Narrows, ON, a community which has suffered for decades from mercury contamination. ( As reported in the news.