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Conservative MP for Nepean—Carleton (Ontario)

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

Today

Posted on Twitter “New Elections Act sounds like it could be fair” http://t.co/duT61OBhwt

This week

Mentioned by Huffington Post Canada The More Canadians Know About The Fair Elections Act, The Less They Like It ... Ottawa-area Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre smiles as he talks with reporters on Parliament Hill in Ottawa Tuesday Feb. 27, 2007. Poilievre referred to "extremist elements" in the Liberal party that want to ease anti-terror laws and shut down the Air India ...

Posted on Twitter Perfect timing. It’s not like I’m busy with anything else these days... http://t.co/O6NrEDb9mU

Mentioned by www.ottawacommunitynews.com/ Scrap the Fair Elections Act The most serious flaw among the many, many flaws in the Fair Elections Act is its author, MP Pierre Poilievre. The entire exercise should be scrapped because he is unfit to draw up such a bill, let alone maintain his position as democratic reform minister.

Mentioned by Huffington Post Canada The More Canadians Know About The Fair Elections Act, The Less They Like It ... Ottawa-area Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre smiles as he talks with reporters on Parliament Hill in Ottawa Tuesday Feb. 27, 2007. Poilievre referred to "extremist elements" in the Liberal party that want to ease anti-terror laws and shut down the Air India ...

Mentioned by Huffington Post Canada 9 Things To Know About Voting Under The New Elections Act "The Fair Elections Act will ensure everyday citizens are in charge of democracy, by putting special interests on the sidelines and rule-breakers out of business," says Democratic Reform Minister Pierre Poilievre. ... The legislation <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2014/02/04/fair-elections-act-poilievre-robocalls_n_4723565.html" target="_blank">also bars</a> former political candidates, political party employees, ministerial or MP staffers or employees of Elections Canada from being named commissioner.

Mentioned by Vancouver Sun Tories spurn NDP request to start over on elections bill The request came Thursday from NDP MP Craig Scott, who wrote to Democratic Reform Minister Pierre Poilievre. Without a “fresh start” to the bill, Scott warned, the damage to Canadians' trust in democracy could be “long-lasting and irreparable.” He wrote ...

Posted on Twitter Three-quarters of Canadians believe you should have ID when you vote http://t.co/FhF4RjpHCN #CommonSense #cdnpoli

A week ago

Mentioned by Toronto Star Elections bill needs a fresh start: NDP OTTAWA—The New Democrats are striking a more co-operative tone on the Conservatives' controversial electoral reform bill, asking Democratic Reform Minister Pierre Poilievre to work with them on a new reform package. In a letter to be sent Thursday, MP Craig Scott (Toronto-Danforth) asks Poilievre to withdraw Bill C-23 and “start fresh” with opposition parties and independent MPs through the summer to draft new legislation. “Taking a collective step back and starting fresh would be welcomed by Canadians,” ...

Posted on Twitter The Fair Elections Act is a serious attempt to protect the integrity of our electoral system http://t.co/TXGNo30POr  

Posted on Twitter Cooper: "Criticism of the Fair Elections Act is unfair" http://t.co/xNAa9BW1nR

Two weeks ago

Spoke in the House on Democratic Reform Mr. Speaker, the NDP's position is that people should be allowed to vote without any ID whatsoever. That is an unreasonable position and it is not ...

Voted Yes on Vote #104 on Bill C-525 Amend the Canada Labour Code, the Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act and the Public ...

Voted Yes on Vote #103 on Bill C-525 Amend the Canada Labour Code, the Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act and the Public ...

Voted No on Vote #102 on Bill C-525 Amend the Canada Labour Code, the Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act and the Public ...

Voted No on Vote #101 on Bill C-525 Amend the Canada Labour Code, the Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act and the Public ...

Voted No on Vote #100 on Bill C-474 Respecting the promotion of financial transparency, improved accountability and long-term economic sustainability through the public ...

Spoke in the House on Democratic Reform Mr. Speaker, I would direct members attention to the 39 different acceptable forms of ID that people can use in order to identify themselves and their ...

Spoke in the House on Democratic Reform Mr. Speaker, Elections Canada has the right to author recommendations. It does not have the right to author the law. Laws are made by democratically elected ...

Posted on Twitter @HonJohnBaird gets results 4 Nepean &amp; all Ottawa taxpayers. Great 2 have such a tough and effective regional minister http://t.co/eUfnk6A8DG

Spoke in the House on Democratic Reform Mr. Speaker, the education function and the advertising function of Elections Canada are not being limited. They are being focused on their real purpose, and that ...

Spoke in the House on Aboriginal Affairs Mr. Speaker, we in the Conservative government do not believe that Canadians necessarily have to bring photo identification or even government-issued identification. There are 39 different ...

Spoke in the House on Democratic Reform Mr. Speaker, we have already said that we were aware of Elections Canada's position on these issues. We just happen to disagree. We believe that it ...

Three weeks ago

Spoke in the House on Democratic Reform Mr. Speaker, the question again is false. Not only will all existing investigations be grandfathered over when the commissioner becomes independent, so too will the commissioner. ...

Spoke in the House on Democratic Reform Mr. Speaker, the member is indeed wrong, and very wrong again. There are three types of calls. There are automated calls, which must be registered under ...

Two months ago

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 ...

Three months ago

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

More than three months ago

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 ...