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  • His favourite word is colleague.

NDP MP for Chambly—Borduas (Québec)

Won his last election, in 2011, with 42.70% of the vote.

Yesterday

Voted No on Vote #236 on Bill C-36 Amend the Criminal Code in response to the Supreme Court of Canada decision in Attorney ...

Voted Yes on Vote #235 on Bill C-36 Amend the Criminal Code in response to the Supreme Court of Canada decision in Attorney ...

Posted on Twitter VIDEO: Imagine if the Speaker told the Prime Minister to stop talking like they do in Britain http://t.co/qLNtMXR8U9 via @pressprogress

This week

Posted on Twitter Défendons la contribution des travailleurs à l’assurance-emploi (ma chronique dans le Chambly Matin): http://t.co/i3jWUVjdyS

Voted No on Vote #234 on Bill C-22 Respecting Canada's offshore oil and gas operations, enacting the Nuclear Liability and Compensation Act, repealing ...

Voted No on Vote #233 on Bill C-36 Amend the Criminal Code in response to the Supreme Court of Canada decision in Attorney ...

Spoke in the House on National Defence Mr. Speaker, Canadian soldiers are taking part in a war, and contrary to what we just heard, the government refuses to answer basic questions. We still ...

Voted Yes on Vote #232 That, in the opinion of the House, the government should implement an energy efficiency program to encourage owners ...

Posted on Twitter .@johnalanashton @robgillezeau @PaulDewar He's Canadian politics' Jean-Luc Picard!

Posted on Twitter ICYMI, here is my statement today about Conservatives' lack of respect for Parliament: https://t.co/aejUtWoIUU

Posted on Twitter Revoyez ma déclaration sur le manque de respect que les conservateurs ont pour le Parlement: https://t.co/aejUtWoIUU

Posted on Twitter Lovin' the new @MovemberCA website! Ready for another hairy year! Proud to once again be captain of our team!

A week ago

Mentioned by Yahoo News Canada (blog) NDP's youngest MPs prove predictions of gaffes and goofs wrong This was the group a group of five McGill University students — Charmaine Borg, Laurin Liu, Matthew Dubé, Myléne Freeman, and Jaimie Nichols — who got swept-up by the NDP's Orange Crush in Quebec and unexpectedly got elected in the 2011 federal election. Those five were joined by a number of other NDP millennials including Pierre-Luc Dusseault, the youngest member of parliament in Canadian history, and Ruth Ellen Brosseau, the assistant pub manager who spent some of the election campaign in Las ...

Two weeks ago

Spoke in the House on Petitions Mr. Speaker, I have the honour to present a petition signed over the summer by several hundred of my constituents. The petition is about cuts at ...

Three months ago

Spoke in the House on Employment Mr. Speaker, on Wednesday, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon criticized the high youth unemployment rate, describing it as an epidemic and a major challenge for our ...

Spoke in the House on Questions on the Order Paper With regard to the children’s fitness tax credit, do Canadian Heritage or Sport Canada have studies in their possession measuring the impact that this tax credit ...

Spoke in the House on Committees of the House Mr. Speaker, I move that the second report of the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage, presented on Wednesday, February 5, 2014, be concurred in. Mr. Speaker, ...

Spoke in the House on Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Mr. Speaker, about 60 Olympic athletes, coaches and stakeholders in the amateur sports world have spoken out against the cuts to the CBC, an essential tool ...

Spoke in the House on Victims Bill of Rights Act Mr. Speaker, it is ironic to hear the minister say that time allocation motions have been used throughout Canadian history. When time allocation was used by ...

More than three months ago

Spoke in the House on Sports on CBC/Radio-Canada Mr. Speaker, while our athletes made all Canadians proud during the Winter Olympics in Sochi, the Conservatives' cuts may well compromise the media coverage of our ...

Spoke at the Transport committee on Subject Matter of Clauses 212 to 233 and 375 of Bill C-31, ... Thank you, Mr. Chair. Obviously I am going to speak about the Champlain Bridge because my riding borders highway 10. It is a main artery. Given ...

Spoke at the Finance committee on Youth Employment in Canada I appreciate that. Mr. Lewchuk, I have a question for you concerning underemployment. Last Wednesday we saw a report from Statistics Canada that talked about university ...

Spoke at the Finance committee on Youth Employment in Canada We're talking about reintegration. When you say it's been a year or two that someone hasn't been working and how difficult it is to reintegrate them, ...

Spoke at the Finance committee on Youth Employment in Canada Thank you, Mr. Chair. While we're in the spirit of correcting the record, I think I'd add in my two cents that 2029 is exactly when ...

Spoke at the Finance committee on Youth Employment in Canada Thank you very much, Mr. Chair. My thanks to our witnesses for being here with us today. My question has several parts. It is mainly for ...

Spoke at the Finance committee on Youth Employment in Canada Thank you, Mr. Chair. I want to thank all of our witnesses for being here today. I have a few questions for you, Mr. Groulx. During ...

Mentioned by Hill Times (subscription) Youth unemployment: more than just a number Walk this way: NDP MP Matthew Dubé says youth unemployment has a sweeping long-term impact. A TD Bank study, entitled, The Plight of Young Workers, explains that 'a one per cent increase in the unemployment rate equates to an initial wage loss of six ...

Spoke at the Finance committee on Youth Employment in Canada Thank you kindly, Mr. Chair. Thank you as well to our witnesses for being here. Since I have only five minutes, I would ask you to ...

Mentioned by Vancouver Sun (blog) Work In Progress: Plight of younger workers a political issue, says millennial MP Professionally speaking, Matthew Dubé is doing exceptionally well for a 25-year-old. The New Democratic Member of Parliament for the Quebec riding of Chambly-Borduas enjoys a high-profile job and level of pay often reserved for people twice his age.

Spoke at the Finance committee on Youth Employment in Canada Thank you, Madam Chair. I'm going to go quickly, then. I want to say right off the bat, with respect to Stats Canada, I think something ...

Mentioned by NorthumberlandView.ca NDP tables bill to establish a National Hockey Day MP Linda Duncan (Edmonton – Strathcona) has tabled a Private Member's Bill calling for the establishment of a National Hockey Day. “Hockey is loved by Canadians of all ages across the country as our national winter ... It would establish the third Friday in February as National Hockey Day. “Any opportunity to interest young people in sport and shine a spotlight on the amazing bonds sport builds in our communities is a great thing,” said Official Opposition Sport critic Matthew Dubé (Chambly – Borduas). Print [P] ...

Mentioned by Globe and Mail Speed skater's case drawing notice in the political arena Opposition MP Matthew Dubé, the NDP's amateur sports critic, wants the federal government to ask the skating body to justify its "inflexible" stance concerning Giroux, whose situation was first revealed in the Globe. "Young athletes who represent Canada at ...

Mentioned by Yahoo! News Canada (blog) Robert 'Magnum PEI' Ghiz has the better Movember nickname but trails in ... Members of the 'Tory Mo Bros' on Parliament Hill have only collectively raised $1,730, while the 'New De-MO-crats' have raised $4,562. NDP MP Matthew Dubé leads the way with $500 in donations. [ Related: Nick Offerman's Movember mid-point advice ] ...