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  • His favourite word is transport.

Liberal MP for Ottawa South (Ontario)

Won his last election, in 2011, with 44.00% of the vote.

A month ago

Spoke in the House on Instruction to the Standing Committee on Veterans Affairs Mr. Speaker, the government knows it has let go, either through attrition or outright dismissal, some 47,000 employees from the public service of Canada. Conservatives know ...

Spoke in the House on Infrastructure Mr. Speaker, the most efficient way to create jobs is through infrastructure investment. David Dodge, the World Economic Forum, the Australians, and the British, they all ...

Spoke in the House on Petitions Mr. Speaker, pursuant to Standing Order 36, I rise today to table yet another petition regarding the devastating cuts in service and the huge price increases ...

Voted No on Vote #224 on Bill C-6 Implement the Convention on Cluster Munitions

Voted No on Vote #223 on Bill C-2 Amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances

Voted No on Vote #222 That the debate be now adjourned.

Voted No on Vote #221 That the debate be now adjourned.

Voted No on Vote #220 on Bill C-32 Enact the Canadian Victims Bill of Rights and to amend certain Acts

Spoke at the Transport committee on Review of the Canadian Transportation Safety Regime: Transportation of Dangerous Goods and ... Thanks, Mr. Chair. Mr. Nourse, I would like to go back to the insightful comments you made with respect to the 1:40 versus 1:50 flight attendant ...

Spoke in the House on Prohibiting Cluster Munitions Act Mr. Speaker, I am looking for unanimous consent this afternoon to table three documents. The first is the budget document from Australia, which tables building Australia's ...

Spoke in the House on Infrastructure Mr. Speaker, the government continues to ignore major structural problems plaguing the Canadian economy. Our decline in competitiveness has hurt our exports. Highly indebted households will ...

Spoke in the House on Safeguarding Canada's Seas and Skies Act Mr. Speaker, I spoke to this bill at an earlier stage. It is clear that, in many respects, this bill has a piecemeal or what we ...

Spoke in the House on Georgian Bay Channel to Lock 45 – Port Severn Mr. Speaker, I would like to thank the member for Simcoe North for bringing forward this important motion. It is one that we will be supporting. ...

Spoke in the House on Committees of the House Mr. Speaker, I have the honour to present, in both official languages, the third report of the Standing Committee on Transport, Infrastructure and Communities entitled “Interim ...

Spoke at the Transport committee on Review of the Canadian Transportation Safety Regime: Transportation of Dangerous Goods and ... Would you be able to provide that in writing to the committee? The last document we received in writing, I sent to the Auditor General's office. ...

Spoke at the Transport committee on Review of the Canadian Transportation Safety Regime: Transportation of Dangerous Goods and ... I understand what you mean by internally, but I just want to get on the record that there are limitations. There are limitations for a union ...

Two months ago

Spoke at the Transport committee on Review of the Canadian Transportation Safety Regime: Transportation of Dangerous Goods and ... Thank you very much, Mr. Chairman. Thanks, ladies and gentlemen, for being here this morning. I hardly know where to begin in the wake of the ...

Spoke at the Transport committee on Review of the Canadian Transportation Safety Regime: Transportation of Dangerous Goods and ... Great. Let's just review some of the things we've heard from Transport Canada's own air inspectors. The aviation inspectors who work for Transport Canada conducted a ...

Spoke at the Transport committee on Review of the Canadian Transportation Safety Regime: Transportation of Dangerous Goods and ... Okay. What does the FCM have to say about the conclusions of the Auditor General with respect to Transport Canada? The Auditor General says, for example, ...

Spoke at the Transport committee on Subject Matter of Clauses 212 to 233 and 375 of Bill C-31, ... There are a couple of things, Mr. Chair. A number of assertions have been made by the witnesses in response to Conservative questioning that are a ...

Three months ago

Spoke at the Transport committee on Review of the Canadian Transportation Safety Regime: Transportation of Dangerous Goods and ... Thank you, Mr. Chair. Good morning, everyone. Thanks for coming. I'll begin by asking whether all of you have read chapter 7, on rail safety, of ...

Mentioned by Ottawa Citizen David McGuinty rejects claim he's a part-time MP “As a Member of Parliament representing a constituency in Alberta, imagine my surprise when I opened my local weekly newspaper one morning to discover a letter to the editor from Ontario's David McGuinty,” Richards, who represents the Alberta riding of ...

More than three months ago

Mentioned by Ottawa Citizen I congratulate McGuinty Congratulations to Ottawa South MP David McGuinty. His proposed legislation mentioned in this Citizen editorial on ending the partisan misuse of public funds is excellent. It is about time the present government stop wasting our tax dollars for partisan use.

Mentioned by Mississauga Private member's bill would curb federal ads Ottawa MP David McGuinty has tabled a private members bill in the House of Commons that, if passed, could limit both the partisan tenor and volume of federal government advertising. "It's time to bring Canada's advertising rules into the 21st century," McGuinty said ... "Every member of Parliament from every party, including government members, cannot look their constituents in the eyes and justify this spending," he said. The Harper government has spent more than $113 million since 2009 on "action plan" ...

Mentioned by Mississauga Private member's bill would curb federal ads Ottawa MP David McGuinty has tabled a private members bill in the House of Commons that, if passed, could limit both the partisan tenor and volume of federal government advertising. "It's time to bring Canada's advertising rules into the 21st century," McGuinty said ... "Every member of Parliament from every party, including government members, cannot look their constituents in the eyes and justify this spending," he said. The Harper government has spent more than $113 million since 2009 on "action plan" ...

Mentioned by Guelph Mercury Liberal private member's bill aims to limit tenor and volume of federal ads Ottawa MP David McGuinty has tabled a private members bill in the House of Commons that, if passed, could limit both the partisan tenor and volume of federal government advertising. "It's time to bring Canada's advertising rules into the 21st century," McGuinty said ... "Every member of Parliament from every party, including government members, cannot look their constituents in the eyes and justify this spending," he said. The Harper government has spent more than $113 million since 2009 on "action plan" ...

Mentioned by Brampton Guardian Private member's bill would curb federal ads Ottawa MP David McGuinty has tabled a private members bill in the House of Commons that, if passed, could limit both the partisan tenor and volume of federal government advertising. "It's time to bring Canada's advertising rules into the 21st century," McGuinty said ... "Every member of Parliament from every party, including government members, cannot look their constituents in the eyes and justify this spending," he said. The Harper government has spent more than $113 million since 2009 on "action plan" ...

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-544 An Act to amend the Auditor General Act (government advertising)