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Liberal MP for Papineau (Québec)

Won his last election, in 2011, with 38.40% of the vote.

Yesterday

Posted on Twitter Canadians want to see leaders in all orders of government work co-operatively. An #LPC gov’t will hold annual First Ministers’ meetings.

Posted on Twitter Les Cnds veulent des dirigeants de tous les niveaux de gouv qui collaborent. Un gouv #PLC tiendra une réunion ann. des premiers ministres.

Posted on Twitter Canadians need a PM who will meet with the Premiers, & forge a smart economic plan for all Canadians, in every sector & region.

Posted on Twitter Les Cnds veulent un PM qui rencontre ses homologues & crée une stratégie économique intelligente pour tous, dans tous les sect. & régions.

Posted on Twitter The challenges we face as a country require a true partnership between the federal government and the provinces and territories. #LPC

Posted on Twitter Les défis auxquels fait face le pays exige un véritable partenariat entre le fédéral, les provinces et les territoires. #PLC #polcan

Two days ago

Spoke in the House on Veterans Affairs Mr. Speaker, Major Mark Campbell lost both legs in Afghanistan fighting the Taliban. Now he is fighting a government that has spent $700,000 in legal fees ...

Spoke in the House on Taxation Mr. Speaker, once again, with income splitting, the government will favour Canadians who earn over $233,000 per year. That is the wrong priority. Why does the ...

Voted Yes on Vote #317 on Bill C-579 Reduce the effects of urban heat islands on the health of Canadians

Voted No on Vote #316 That the Standing Orders of the House of Commons be amended: ( a) to add the following after ...

Voted Yes on Vote #315 That the House call on the government to ( a) immediately present an Economic and Fiscal Update to ...

Voted Yes on Vote #314 on Bill C-44 Amend the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Act and other Acts

Voted No on Vote #313 on Bill C-44 Amend the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Act and other Acts

Three days ago

Spoke in the House on The Economy Mr. Speaker, after two weeks of contradictions and ad libbing, the Minister of Finance and the Prime Minister are now saying that nothing has changed because ...

Spoke in the House on National Defence Mr. Speaker, last fall the Prime Minister said that our mission on the ground in Iraq was, and I quote, “to advise and to assist. It ...

This week

Spoke in the House on National Defence Mr. Speaker, all Canadians support the right of our forces to defend themselves when they are sent into harm's way. The government said our ground forces ...

Spoke in the House on The Economy Mr. Speaker, the minister's officials have given him the answer to my question. He is choosing not to share that with Canadians. The Minister of Employment ...

Spoke in the House on David Wynn Mr. Speaker, I rise today to offer our respects on the death of a courageous and honourable Canadian, RCMP Constable David Wynn. Constable Wynn was shot ...

Mentioned by Windsor Square Watson Responds To Trudeau Visit Justin Trudeau, by contrast, voted against saving the auto makers and the thousands of families that depended on Chrysler and GM remaining viable. No $2 Billion Chrysler investment, in the next global platform, would have been possible had Trudeau and ...

Mentioned by Hill Times (subscription) Mulcair, Trudeau need to stop being so afraid Conservative MP Michael Chong, NDP Leader Tom Mulcair, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau and Green Party Leader Elizabeth attend the launch of the iVote-jeVote campaign at the University of Ottawa in March to encourage young voters to engage in the ...

Mentioned by OurWindsor.ca Trudeau's position on C-290 riles MP Masse Windsor-West MP Brian Masse expressed shock following Federal Liberal leader Justin Trudeau's comments about Bill C2-90. In a recorded interview, Trudeau expressed satisfaction with Senators continuing to allow the bill to languish in the Senate for since ...

Mentioned by Windsor Star (blog) Windsor MP shocked at Trudeau's stance on senate and stalled betting bill After a bill that could create Windsor jobs through legalizing single-sports betting has stalled in the senate for nearly three years, a Windsor MP is shocked that Justin Trudeau is “happy” with the delay. Brian Masse (NDP–Windsor West) said he's worried about ...

Mentioned by CBC.ca Trudeau won't commit to auto strategy Justin Trudeau wrapped up his two day visit to the Windsor area Thursday with a tour of the Ford engine plant and meetings with the city's mayor and chamber of commerce. ... Windsor West NDP MP Brian Masse jumped on Trudeau's lack of commitment.

A week ago

Mentioned by Windsor Star (blog) Verbatim: Watson responds to Trudeau's auto industry comments in Windsor Conservative Essex MP Jeff Watson takes exception in a letter with Liberal leader Justin Trudeau's comments Wednesday and Thursday in Windsor regarding the auto sector — specifically suggestions that the Stephen Harper government has not done ...

Two months ago

Spoke in the House on Veterans Affairs Mr. Speaker, we have a sacred obligation to our veterans who risked their lives to defend our country. The Prime Minister chose to cut services, close ...

More than three months ago

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-613 An Act to amend the Parliament of Canada Act and the Access to Information Act (transparency)

Spoke at the National Defence committee on NATO'S Strategic Concept and Canada's Role in International Defence Cooperation Thank you very much, Chair. I went from having seven minutes with each of you to having five minutes with both of you, so I will ...

Spoke at the Citizenship and Immigration committee on Bill C-31, An Act to amend the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, ... I'd like to go back to the exchange you had, Mr. Matas, with a member of the government side. You made a very strong statement that ...

Spoke at the Canadian Heritage committee on Canada's 150th Anniversary in 2017 Thank you very much. I'm pleased to see you here today. This is the second time I have attended a committee meeting like this one; I ...

Spoke at the Canadian Heritage committee on Canada's 150th Anniversary in 2017 Thank you very much, Chair. I'd like to start with the CTC, with you, Michele. A number of people were talking about their experiences from Canada ...

Spoke at the Citizenship and Immigration committee on Standing on Guard for Thee: Ensuring that Canada's Immigration System is Secure It seems to me that, particularly for a department that is so wrapped up in life-altering decisions for people, we have to go to a higher ...

Spoke at the Information & Ethics committee on Committee Business Thank you. I just want to support what the general consensus is. I think it makes sense not to define too much what the study is ...

Spoke at the Natural Resources committee on Supplementary Estimates (B) 2011-12: Votes 1b, 5b, 10b, 15b, 20b, 25b and ... Thank you. That's one of the overall concerns. You talk about the sale as being a way of limiting liabilities to the taxpayer because, yes, the ...

Spoke at the Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development committee on Committee Business and Briefing on Land Management Requirements Thank you very much, Chair. I thank you very much for this presentation. As you may know, I'm subbing in, so I don't have quite the ...