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Conservative MP for Peace River (Alberta)

Won his last election, in 2011, with 75.80% of the vote.

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Agricultural Growth Act June 16th, 2014

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Agricultural Growth Act June 16th, 2014

You will get onto the right bill eventually.

Agricultural Growth Act June 16th, 2014

Thank you for bringing the notes.

Agricultural Growth Act June 16th, 2014

How is that?

Agricultural Growth Act June 16th, 2014

Somebody get the guy some notes.

Committees of the House June 16th, 2014

Mr. Speaker, the member opposite talked about different things that undermine this Parliament. There are a number of things, and he happens to be one of them. He has criticized every party and anyone who has not agreed with him. He has refused to answer any questions that have been put to him in this entire debate.

The question that needs to be asked and continually will not be answered by the member is when the NDP will repay what they took from taxpayers that was against the rules. It has been ruled by the non-partisan staff of this place that the NDP broke the rules, took the $1.7 million, and took off with it. We are talking also about the revelations of the scandal that saw the House of Commons staff, taxpayer-paid staff, now housed in partisan--

Foreign Affairs June 16th, 2014

Mr. Speaker, the ongoing situation in Iraq is deeply troubling. Recent reports indicate that the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant have taken the city of Tal Afar. This news follows the capture of Tikrit and Mosul last week by this brutal terrorist organization. This organization's activities are not simply limited to Iraq but extend into Syria as well, where it is responsible for untold numbers of deaths as well as destruction.

Could the Minister of Foreign Affairs please comment on this developing situation Iraq?

Aboriginal Affairs June 3rd, 2014

Mr. Speaker, in Canada, men and women are equal under the law, and that is why I was shocked to read this morning that a female member from the Red Sucker Lake First Nation in Manitoba is being prevented from running for chief in the upcoming band election because she no longer lives with her husband. This is undemocratic and this is offensive.

Will the government stand in solidarity with Louise Spence in her right to be treated as a person?

Committees of the House May 30th, 2014

Mr. Speaker, I have the honour to present three separate reports, in both official languages.

One is entitled “Wills and Estates”. The second is the reply for the main estimates. The third is the supplementary estimates (A).

Agriculture and Agri-Food May 30th, 2014

Mr. Speaker, grain farmers on the Prairies had a record harvest this past year, which was great news until the railways left that grain sitting in bins. As a result, our government took direct action.

While the opposition's only answer was to bring back the monopoly of the Canadian Wheat Board, farmers knew better, and we did as well. We know that the Wheat Board used to dribble out sales so slowly that the railways never had to step up their game.

Will the parliamentary secretary to the minister please tell the House what our government has done to improve the logistics system for Canadian farmers and for other people who ship commodities?