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Stephen Harper Conservative MP for Calgary Southwest (Alberta)

February 18th, 2015
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Health  . In fact, this government has not only continued doing what we have always done domestically, we are also involved in unprecedented programs internationally promoting vaccination. The Minister of Health has made this very clear, and I would encourage all members of the House

February 18th, 2015
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Public Safety  Mr. Speaker, obviously, terrorism can affect Canada's economic stability. Take, for example, the impact of the events of September 11, 2001. The bill is very clear. It lists a range of national security threats to Canada, but it also makes clear that any activity undermining

February 26th, 2015
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Employment  Mr. Speaker, the reality is this. The vast majority of jobs created under this government are full time, high paying and they are in the private sector. The statistics on this are absolutely clear. It is why Canada has one of the few middle classes in the world whose incomes

February 2nd, 2015
House debate

Jinny Sims
NDP

Business of Supply  —Cole Harbour. I want to start off with a quote from Paul Davis, the Conservative premier of Newfoundland and Labrador. He said: It really solidifies that you can’t trust the federal government, you can’t trust Stephen Harper's government…We bargained in good faith. We believed

February 17th, 2015
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Health  Mr. Speaker, the Minister of Health and other members of the government have been very clear on the fact that Canadians should seek proper vaccines against measles and against a range of other illnesses. These vaccines have historically proven extremely effective in reducing

February 17th, 2015
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

National Defence  Mr. Speaker, of course the government has released the costs of the mission exactly as it said it would, an additional $122 million in incremental costs to this point in time. That is very clear. I do not know how much clearer it could be. The reality is that the New Democrats

February 3rd, 2015
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Employment  Mr. Speaker, we have been very clear. We have created 1.2 million jobs since the worst recession hit the Canadian economy. The vast majority are full-time, well-paid, private sector jobs. The statistics are very clear on that. We stand for tax cuts and job creation, and we

January 28th, 2015
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Taxation  Mr. Speaker, let us be clear. The vast majority of Canadian families cannot rely on a personal trust fund. The reality is that they rely on the creation of jobs, which this government has been supporting, and every single Canadian family that is benefiting from our tax

January 28th, 2015
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Employment  Mr. Speaker, it is quite the opposite. Although Statistics Canada's methods and numbers change from time to time, the trend is clear. The Canadian economy has created almost 1.2 million jobs since the depths of the recession. This is not the time to increase personal

January 27th, 2015
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

National Defence  Mr. Speaker, the member, the Liberal Party and its leader have taken a very unwise position against the mission against ISIL, a crucial mission for our allies and for the security of our nation. The mission is clear: our soldiers and troops are there to advise and assist

January 27th, 2015
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

The Economy  Mr. Speaker, the government has been very clear. Obviously, the drop in oil prices affects the government's fiscal flexibility, but I have said repeatedly that the government will balance the budget this year. I note that the Parliamentary Budget Officer himself said today

June 18th, 2014
Committee meeting

Craig Scott
NDP

Procedure and House Affairs committee   in a parliamentary sense, partisan while engaging in parliamentary functions. For example, when I say “Stephen Harper” in my communications, in my householders, for example, that are allowed to go out, I'm talking about the Prime Minister of Canada, who happens also to be the leader of the party

December 9th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

The Environment  In fact, Mr. Speaker, nobody in the world is regulating their oil and gas sector. I would be delighted if they did. Canada would be there with them. However, we will not impose unilateral penalties. Let me be very clear on the difference with this side of the House. Our

December 9th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

The Environment   very clear in terms of regulating the oil and gas sector. It is something we would like to do but that we must do on an integrated basis in a continental economy. Frankly, under the current circumstances of the oil and gas sector, it would be crazy economic policy to do unilateral