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Conservative MP for Nepean—Carleton (Ontario)

Won his last election, in 2011, with 54.50% of the vote.

Two days ago

Mentioned by iPolitics.ca (subscription) How Pierre Poilievre is keeping me safe from bad people A few days ago, I opened up my mailbox to find a householder pamphlet from my MP, Pierre Poilievre. Normally, I do my part for the environment and chuck these things straight into the blue box — but this one caught my eye. In big, bold letters, it read, “What's ...

This week

Voted No 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 No 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

A week ago

Posted on Twitter Gr8 to meet West Mall Lightening Hockey Club w MP @TedOpitz to discuss the $1000 fitness tax credit w parents http://t.co/UoFmQ5xAG3

Mentioned by Ottawa Citizen Pierre Poilievre: Imagine today's world had there been no Winston Churchill Life would not, however, have gone on for the free world without wartime Winston. On the 50th anniversary of his death, we should remember the lesson of his life: nothing is inevitable. Leaders matter. Pierre Poilievre is the Conservative member of Parliament ...

Posted on Twitter The dark, ugly world we would now call home, had there been no #Churchill: http://t.co/3FTVSXPzfE 50th anniversary of his passing.

Mentioned by Hill Times (subscription) Three candidates jockeying for Conservative nomination in Ottawa West-Nepean Andy Wang, 27, a staffer in Democratic Reform Minister Pierre Poilievre's (Nepean-Carleton, Ont.) constituency office and Scott Singer, a local restaurant owner, told The Hill Times that they're running for the Conservative Party nomination. Ottawa Police ...

Posted on Twitter Great meeting with Osgoode Legion about veterans issues tonight http://t.co/ckwZAskO9W

Mentioned by Hill Times (subscription) Three candidates jockeying for Conservative nomination in Ottawa West-Nepean Andy Wang, 27, a staffer in Democratic Reform Minister Pierre Poilievre's (Nepean-Carleton, Ont.) constituency office and Scott Singer, a local restaurant owner, told The Hill Times that they're running for the Conservative Party nomination. Ottawa Police ...

Two weeks ago

Posted on Twitter An abuse of workers' money: http://t.co/EEm7ovs9V8 Union bosses seek political power at the expense of workers and taxpayers

Posted on Twitter @MPJoySmith @stephen_taylor Joy Smith is an inspiration to all who value human dignity and freedom.

Three weeks ago

Posted on Twitter Rex Murphy: "We are not Charlie Hebdo" http://t.co/7PemrpRMsg

Mentioned by www.ottawacommunitynews.com/ Poilievre to focus on rural lifestyle in 2015 Nepean-Carleton MP Pierre Poilievre could soon be known as the representative for the rural riding of Carleton if he's successful in the federal election planned for October 2015. The third-term representative faces a challenge as his riding gets split up to ...

Two months ago

Mentioned by www.ottawacommunitynews.com/ Feds install new defibrillators in south Ottawa... Cardiac arrest survivor Andre Corriveau, Ottawa Paramedics program manager Greg Furlong, Nepean-Carleton MP Pierre Poilievre and Heart and Stroke Foundation health promotion specialist Greg Killough announced three new defibrillators for south ...

Introduced legislation Government bill C-50 An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act

Spoke in the House on Economic Action Plan 2014 Act, No. 2 Mr. Speaker, the member will note that the Liberal member who just stood up said that tax cuts cost the middle class money. In reality, tax ...

Spoke in the House on Business of Supply Mr. Speaker, in setting the context, I will take just a few moments to elaborate on an important piece of legislation on democratic reform that he ...

Three months ago

Spoke in the House on Parliament of Canada Act Mr. Speaker, the Liberal leader says that he favours transparency, and we should all favour transparency. That is why I stood in the House and voted ...

Spoke in the House on Economic Action Plan 2014 Act, No. 2 Mr. Speaker, today I would like to talk about the big vision that millions of Canadians will be able to carry out in their own lives ...

More than three months ago

Spoke in the House on Electoral Reform Mr. Speaker, obviously, when the commissioner is housed in a new facility, that facility will have to be rented from somebody. That does cost some money. ...

Spoke in the House on Military Contribution Against ISIL Mr. Speaker, the principal purpose of government is to protect its citizens. It is the purpose that we must, above all else, serve in our response ...

Spoke in the House on Democratic Reform Mr. Speaker, I think the member is speaking from his experience with the overly controlling leadership of the NDP, which prevents people from speaking out freely. ...

Spoke in the House on Taxation Mr. Speaker, that is a great question from that side of the House. Before our government took office an elderly couple with a single pension paid ...

Spoke at the Procedure and House Affairs committee on Bill C-23, An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act and other ... You've touched on two issues. One is vouching and one is the use of the voter information card as a form of ID. Let me address ...

Introduced legislation Government bill C-23 An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act and other Acts and to make consequential amendments to certain Acts

Spoke at the Transport committee on How Competition Can Make Infrastructure Dollars Go Further Thank you, Mr. Miller. Mr. Blakely, I want to clarify one mistake in your presentation. No one here is suggesting that bidding should move to exclusively ...

Spoke at the Transport committee on How Competition Can Make Infrastructure Dollars Go Further There are a lot of examples of private infrastructure combinations. We have a private highway near Toronto, the 407, which has been very successful. Mr. McGuinty, ...

Spoke at the Transport committee on How Competition Can Make Infrastructure Dollars Go Further Thanks for being here, gentlemen. The question of municipal revenues is an interesting one. Stats Canada data demonstrate that municipal revenues have grown by 70% in ...

Spoke at the Transport committee on How Competition Can Make Infrastructure Dollars Go Further All parties here have the right to submit witnesses for testimony. We've had a number of hearings and I haven't heard anybody defend this practice of ...

Spoke at the Transport committee on How Competition Can Make Infrastructure Dollars Go Further On the issue of downloading, I want to point out that the federal government has massively uploaded costs for municipalities. Back in the early 1990s, there ...

Spoke at the Transport committee on How Competition Can Make Infrastructure Dollars Go Further That seems to be a clear-cut violation of both the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and paragraph 2(d) of the Canadian Charter of Rights ...

Spoke at the Transport committee on How Competition Can Make Infrastructure Dollars Go Further I'm going to quote an article by Peter Shawn Taylor, the editor at large of Maclean's magazine, entitled “Why this shed could cost local taxpayers $20 ...