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October 4th, 2012
House debate

Fran├žois Lapointe
NDP

Health   it because of an administrative dispute between Health Canada and certain hospitals. The department is taking four times longer than usual. Yes, I said four times. I informed the minister of this unacceptable situation on Tuesday. We still do not have any explanation. When

March 9th, 2012
House debate

Fran├žoise Boivin
NDP

41st General Election  Mr. Speaker, once upon a time there was a political party that got caught using the in and out scheme, which it called an administrative dispute, and repeated that every day. It was convinced that it did not have to comply with the Elections Act. It was ready to take the battle

March 7th, 2012
House debate

Pierre Poilievre
Conservative

41st General Election  Mr. Speaker, Conservative candidates spent Conservative money on Conservative ads. There was an administrative dispute between the party and Elections Canada in terms of who was responsible for the expenses. Were they local or national expenses? The matter has now been resolved

March 7th, 2012
House debate

Pierre Poilievre
Conservative

41st General Election  Mr. Speaker, this is a question of a long-standing administrative dispute with Elections Canada regarding the issue of whether certain expenses should be counted as local expenses or national expenses. The Conservative Party of Canada obeys the same rules as everyone else. We

March 7th, 2012
House debate

Alexandre Boulerice
NDP

41st General Election  Mr. Speaker, this was not an administrative dispute. The Conservatives have to pay $230,000 because they are guilty of breaking the Elections Act and of having filed false reports in order to get more money out of Canadian taxpayers' pockets. The in and out system used

March 7th, 2012
House debate

Pierre Poilievre
Conservative

41st General Election  Mr. Speaker, the article to which the hon. member referred is wrong regarding this particular issue. Conservative candidates spent Conservative funds on Conservative advertising. We followed all the rules based on the interpretation of the day and this administrative dispute has

March 10th, 2011
House debate

Shelly Glover
Conservative

Business of Supply   motion, let me begin by addressing the first item. As the Prime Minister and his parliamentary secretary have recently said in the House regarding election spending, this is an administrative dispute with Elections Canada that has been going on for five years. The dispute is whether

March 10th, 2011
House debate

Pierre Paquette
Bloc

Business of Supply  . That was not the case in this 2005-2006 situation. So we hope the Conservative Party will pay back the $200,000 it got itself, fraudulently, from Canadian taxpayers, and that it will also drop its legal actions. This is not an administrative dispute, as the Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime

March 8th, 2011
House debate

Paul Szabo
Liberal

Business of Supply   that this is an administrative dispute. The Federal Court of Appeal has looked at everything and, by unanimous decision, has said this constitutes electoral fraud. Four people have been charged. People are facing jail time. Moneys will have to be recovered. It is really a mess. Yet the government continues

March 8th, 2011
House debate

Daniel Petit
Conservative

Business of Supply   principles were allegedly attacked by the current government during the financing of the election campaign. First, I would like to take a moment to present the facts. There is currently an administrative dispute between the Conservative Party and Elections Canada. The issue is whether

March 8th, 2011
House debate

Candice Bergen
Conservative

Business of Supply   action plan on March 22. As for the matter currently before the courts, we will appeal the decision made recently by the Federal Court of Appeal. As the Prime Minister and his parliamentary secretary have recently said in this House, this is an administrative dispute with Elections

March 8th, 2011
House debate

Michael Ignatieff
Liberal

Political Financing  Mr. Speaker, this is not an administrative dispute. Four Conservatives are charged with election fraud but a fifth person has been named in a sworn affidavit as the secretary of the Conservative fund when this election scam was concocted. His name is Nigel Wright. He

March 8th, 2011
House debate

Lise Zarac
Liberal

Business of Supply   result in a $5,000 fine, five years in prison, or both. This in and out scheme shows the Conservatives for what they truly are. They can talk all they like about an administrative dispute between their party and Elections Canada, but the Federal Court of Appeal unanimously sided

March 8th, 2011
House debate

Paul Szabo
Liberal

Business of Supply   is this: If the Conservative Party believes this is just an administrative dispute, why has it not co-operated fully with Parliament, with its committees, with Elections Canada and the prosecutor to make sure that all of the facts are there so that we can resolve this issue and get on with the business

March 8th, 2011
House debate

Claude DeBellefeuille
Bloc

Business of Supply   is simply an administrative dispute. They seem to be saying that they are disliked by the CEOC, that all of the other parties did the same thing and that, really, it is unfair that the CEOC is picking on the Conservative Party. They would even have us believe that the CEOC's actions