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Keynote Address by Parliamentary Secretary Kim Rudd, on behalf of the Honourable Jim Carr, Minister of Natural Resources, at the Canadian Nuclear Association's annual conference and trade show in Ottawa, on February 25, 2016.

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Good morning, everyone. Before I start in to my remarks, I just want to say what a warm welcome I've received as a Parliamentary Secretary from the folks in the nuclear sector, whether it's them coming to my office or inviting me to a meeting. And I'm so thrilled to see a number of people from my riding here in this room and, indeed, two mayors from my riding as well. So, love to see people from home, and welcome to Ottawa.

Speech to the Assembly of First Nations' Forum on Energy: Setting Priorities - The First Nations Role in Canada's Energy Future

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Well, thank you, not only for that generous introduction, but for the time we spent when we sat together yesterday - time spent over the last two days learning from the Chiefs, learning from community, learning about inclusion and balance and diversity. And to your National Chief: I know that I didn't write your speech, but I think you wrote mine, and I think that's going to become very clear over the next few minutes.

Energy and Mines Ministers' Conference - Halifax, Nova Scotia Monday, July 20, 2015

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I'll talk very briefly about some of the things that these meetings actually accomplish. It goes without saying that for Canada, our energy and mining sectors need these kinds of discussions, where industry and ministers, who often are not experts in the sectors that they preside over, have to interface.

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