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Liberal MP for Papineau (Québec)

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

Today

Posted on Twitter A must-watch. RT @EmWatson: This was my #heforshe speech. http://t.co/UllMLdHwYD

Posted on Twitter Saddened by the passing of Gilles Latulippe. We have lost a trailblazer in Quebec culture.

Posted on Twitter Monsieur Latulippe, vous nous manquerez. De Symphorien en passant par Les démons du midi, vous nous avez touchés et bien fait rire.

Mentioned by The Concordian (subscription) Trudeau's abortion stance: uteruses, not dude-ruses The Liberal Party of Canada does a Liberal move, and for some reason, everyone is upset. It's, admittedly, a bit more complicated than that. Justin Trudeau, Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, has decreed that any and every Liberal MP, regardless of their ...

Posted on Twitter Congrats to my friend & Premier-designate, @BrianGallantNB! NBers have elected a team focused on jobs & the economy. http://t.co/zpPLxyxTZV

Posted on Twitter Bravo à mon ami & PM désigné @BrianGallantNB! Les Néobrunswickois ont élu une équipe qui priorise emploi + économie. http://t.co/MhvhOB6ejG

Yesterday

Mentioned by Times Colonist Harry Sterling: High-profile Tories are jumping ship ... MP to leave politics unexpectedly a year before Prime Minister Stephen Harper must face a critically important election — the ruling party's popularity is reportedly waning due to increased support for the Liberal party, recently rejuvenated by Justin Trudeau.

Posted on Twitter My best wishes to @IrwinCotler on your receipt of the Samuel Bronfman Medal for leadership and service to the community. @FederationCJA

Mentioned by CBC.ca Justin Trudeau's abortion policy keeps people talking Justin Trudeau paused, looked over the heads of reporters, and started to respond three times before finally spitting out the surprise announcement that Liberal MPs elected in 2015 would be expected to vote against putting limits on abortion. The May edict, delivered as it was in response to a ... Liberal MP John McKay, who would like to see limits on when women can terminate their pregnancies, seemed to sum up his party's position in an interview last May. If the party "just doesn't want you to go there, then that's a ...

Mentioned by Toronto Sun Justin is beyond infinity In fact his theory sounds similar to the refrain from that animated character Buzz Lightyear, from the movie Toy Story. Buzz was always going "To infinity and beyond,” a fun line coming from a child's toy. Of course Justin Trudeau is not, strictly speaking, a child.

Three days ago

Mentioned by Oye! Times Trudeau Dismisses Former MPs Complaining About Anti-Abortion Following the footsteps of his father Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, who once said MPs 50 yards away from Parliament Hill were “nobodies,” federal Liberal leader Justin Trudeau has also expressed similar sentiments about former MPs. Almost a half dozen former Liberal MPs addressed a letter to the party ... Among the seven “old men” who signed the letter is former Kent MP, Rex Crawford, and former London-Middlesex MP, Garnet Bloomfield. Former Liberal MPs had alleged in the open letter that Trudeau is ...

Mentioned by National Post Robert Fulford: Why we vote for dynasties An MP since 2008 and the Liberal leader for 17 months, Justin Trudeau now seems within striking distance of making Ryan's prophecy come true. Naturally, he's willing to capitalize on the speculation about a dynasty taking form. He doesn't hesitate to say ...

This week

Didn't vote on Vote #226 That the House proceed to First reading of Senate Public Bills.

Didn't vote on Vote #225 That, in the opinion of the House, the government should reinstate the federal minimum wage and increase it ...

A week ago

Spoke in the House on Champlain Bridge Mr. Speaker, the CBC has obtained a secret report prepared for Transport Canada on the impact of a toll on the Champlain Bridge. This damaging report ...

Spoke in the House on Employment Insurance Mr. Speaker, actually the CFIB said last week that no one was going to hire a new person for a few hundred dollars. Economic experts from ...

Spoke in the House on Employment Mr. Speaker, if we actually look at the numbers of their EI plan, it offers up to $2,000 in credit to businesses that fire workers and ...

Three months ago

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.

Spoke in the House on Natural Resources Mr. Speaker, the government's approval of the northern gateway pipeline places the Great Bear Rainforest at extreme risk, quite a difference from 2007 when the Conservatives ...

Spoke in the House on Natural Resources Mr. Speaker, the clock is ticking on the northern gateway pipeline project, and the Prime Minister needs to step up and take responsibility. We still have ...

Spoke in the House on Questions Passed as Orders for Returns With regard to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program, since 2011 inclusive: (a) for each province or territory, and for each Census Metropolitan Area or Economic Region, ...

Spoke in the House on The Environment Mr. Speaker, the northern gateway pipeline project has failed in its duty to consult with first nations. It has failed to reassure Canadians that the Great ...

Spoke in the House on Parliament of Canada Act moved for leave to introduce Bill C-613, An Act to amend the Parliament of Canada Act and the Access to Information Act (transparency). Mr. Speaker, I ...

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

More than three months ago

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 ...