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  • His favourite word is senate.

Liberal MP for Saint-Laurent—Cartierville (Québec)

Won his last election, in 2011, with 43.40% of the vote.

A month ago

Spoke in the House on Official Languages Mr. Speaker, the so-called roadmap for official languages is a sham. No new money has been allocated to this plan. The government even cut $120 million ...

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.

Voted No on Vote #221 That the debate be now adjourned.

Spoke in the House on Canadian Heritage Mr. Speaker, the minister commissioned a survey paid for by taxpayers to find out what Canadians already know: on the 150th anniversary of Confederation, they want ...

Voted No on Vote #220 on Bill C-32 Enact the Canadian Victims Bill of Rights and to amend certain Acts

Spoke in the House on Justice Mr. Speaker, why must the Conservative government spoil everything it touches, including the appointment of judges? Although he is now denying it, yesterday, the minister suggested ...

Spoke in the House on Public Safety Mr. Speaker, if the minister is able to pick up her phone and call Canada Post to find out about the NDP's bad spending, why was ...

Spoke in the House on The Economy Mr. Speaker, the government cannot deny that Canada has shed 26,000 full-time jobs since last month. Behind each of those jobs is a human tragedy. Our ...

Spoke in the House on Infrastructure Mr. Speaker, we are talking about this year. The minister can talk about the next 10 years all he wants, but our economy is struggling now ...

Two months ago

Spoke in the House on Justice Mr. Speaker, when the minister talks about leaks that have tainted the recent Supreme Court appointment process, is he looking at himself in the mirror? Does ...

Spoke in the House on Lincoln Alexander Day Act Mr. Speaker, I rise in support of Bill S-213, an act respecting Lincoln Alexander day, sponsored by Senator Don Meredith. I commend the hon. senator for ...

Spoke at the Canadian Heritage committee on Review of the Canadian Music Industry and Main Estimates 2014-15: Vote 1 ... Mr. Chair, I want to thank the minister and her two associates for being here with us today. I know how essential the relationship with a ...

Spoke at the Canadian Heritage committee on Review of the Canadian Music Industry Thank you very much, Mr. Chair. Ms. Courtemanche and gentlemen, thank you for being with us today. I think, Mr. Henderson, you have been very good ...

Three months ago

Spoke at the Canadian Heritage committee on Review of the Canadian Music Industry Thank you very much, Mr. Chair. I thank our two guests for their presence here with us. Mr. Hoffert, you use very strong words that show ...

Spoke at the Canadian Heritage committee on Review of the Canadian Music Industry Thank you very much, Mr. Chair. Thank you all for being here. Back to the elephant. I think maybe it's one of the main reasons why ...

Spoke at the Canadian Heritage committee on Review of the Canadian Music Industry Thank you, Mr. Chair. First, thank you to Mr. Jutras and Mr. Fortier for coming to tell us about the extent of the problem. I unfortunately ...

Spoke at the Canadian Heritage committee on Review of the Canadian Music Industry Thank you very much, Mr. Chair. Mr. Rheault, I think you correctly identified the issue in the beginning. If the government were to double its assistance, ...

More than three months ago

Spoke at the Canadian Heritage committee on Review of the Canadian Music Industry Thank you, Mr. Chairman. Welcome, Mr. Reid, Mr. Kissel, and Mr. O'Reilly. Mr. Reid and Mr. Kissel, congratulations on your Juno two weeks ago. We'd like ...

Spoke at the Canadian Heritage committee on Review of the Canadian Music Industry Thank you, Mr. Chair. Thank you for being here today. Your speeches go to the heart of the problem. Allow me to describe to you how ...

Mentioned by APA Canadian MP, visited Nagorno Karabakh illegally, meets Azerbaijani ... Stéphane Dion, MP from Liberal Party of Canada, visited Azerbaijani Embassy in Canada and had a meeting with Ambassador Farid Shafiyev. Talking about his visit to Nagorno Karabakh, MP Stéphane Dion noted that he was in Armenia to investigate ...

Mentioned by Armenpress.am Azerbaijani hysteria is not logical; Canada wants to help Syrian-Armenian ... Also Stéphane Dion noted that in his opinion that policy adopted by Azerbaijan is not logical and that Azerbaijan must have respect towards the activity of the OSCE Minsk Group in the region instead of creating hostile air. As reports "Armenpress" among other things Stéphane ... Stéphane Maurice Dion, PC, MP (born 28 September 1955) is a Canadian politician who has been the Member of Parliament for the riding of Saint-Laurent–Cartierville in Montreal since 1996. He was the leader of the Liberal Party of Canada ...

Mentioned by Armenpress.am MP highlights establishment of Canadian Embassy in Armenia YEREVAN, SEPTEMBER 26, ARMENPRESS։ The establishment of a Canadian Embassy to the Republic of Armenia is quite important for the strengthening of the relations between Armenia and Canada. This was stated by the Canadian MP Stéphane Dion ...

Mentioned by Public Radio of Armenia Canadian MP says Baku's “black list” illogical Member of the Canadian Parliament Stéphane Dion has arrived in Armenia for a working visit at the initiative of the Armenian National Committee of Canada, the Armenian Embassy in Canada and the NKR Permanent Representation in the US.

Mentioned by Armenpress.am MP highlights establishment of Canadian Embassy in Armenia YEREVAN, SEPTEMBER 26, ARMENPRESS։ The establishment of a Canadian Embassy to the Republic of Armenia is quite important for the strengthening of the relations between Armenia and Canada. This was stated by the Canadian MP Stéphane Dion ...

Mentioned by Hill Times (subscription) Political loans bill 'basically dead,' says NDP MP Scott Election financing: Four Liberal leadership candidates from the 2006 race still have debt from that campaign. According to Elections Canada, Stéphane Dion, Ken Dryden, Hedy Fry and Joe Volpe still have a total outstanding debt of $399,300 in unpaid loans.