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Stephen Harper Conservative MP for Calgary Southwest (Alberta)

April 8th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Democratic Reform  Mr. Speaker, our position is clear. Voting is very important in a democracy. It is essential that voters establish their identity in order to ensure the integrity of elections. Our position is well known and is supported by Canadians.

April 8th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Democratic Reform  Mr. Speaker, let me make it clear to seniors, who, of course, are very strong supporters of the Conservative Party, that the various ways that they can demonstrate their identity and vote are through a health card, an old age security card, a hospital/medical/clinic card

April 8th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Democratic Reform   of Elections Canada, we have been very clear. Elections Canada has a job to do. That job should be done in such a way that the rules are applied consistently and that the organization itself, like all institutions of government, is held accountable for its actions.

April 1st, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Ethics  Mr. Speaker, we have already answered those questions. We have been very clear. My practice as Prime Minister is that any use I make or anybody else makes of the Challenger for anything other than government business is reimbursed immediately at commercial rates. That has been

March 5th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Ethics  Mr. Speaker, once again, this question has been asked and answered on many occasions. As we know, the RCMP has thoroughly looked at the matter and been very clear that I had no knowledge of the discussions to which the hon. member refers.

March 5th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Ethics  Mr. Speaker, as the RCMP made very clear, this government, this administration, has turned over all emails and all information in our possession and turned them over as soon as we had them, and the suggestions contained in the preamble of the question are completely false.

March 4th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Foreign Affairs  Mr. Speaker, the Minister of Foreign Affairs informs me that the ambassador has just arrived and will be meeting with him later today, but let me be absolutely clear in terms of what we have said about this. Under the current situation, all of our economic and diplomatic

March 4th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Foreign Affairs  Mr. Speaker, just to be clear, all of our G7 partners have suspended their preparations for the G8 summit in Sochi. It is my view that all of these actions, including the suspension of G8 summit preparations, should remain in effect until such time as President Putin's

February 26th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Democratic Reform  Maybe, Mr. Speaker, they even spoke to Osama bin Laden. The leader of the NDP keeps descending into these conspiracy theories. There is a bill before the House of Commons. The government's proposals are clear. Whether the opposition members agree with them or not, they should

February 25th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Taxation  Mr. Speaker, this government is clear. We will look at tax cuts for Canadian families when the budget is balanced. This party understands that a budget does not balance itself. Income splitting was a good policy for Canadian seniors and it will be a good policy for Canadian

February 25th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Small Business  Mr. Speaker, of course the Leader of the Opposition raises an issue, a particular policy that he has voted against multiple times. We were very clear that it was a time-limited policy. We have now frozen increases to EI premiums. Those will be falling in the future. What small

February 5th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Ethics  Mr. Speaker, clearly what the Leader of the Opposition says are not the facts. The RCMP has been very clear in terms of the matter between Mr. Duffy and Mr. Wright that I was not informed of that. The RCMP has been crystal clear on that.

February 12th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

The Budget   are saying is that we believe it is still a subject of discussion at a bargaining table. We have been very clear that we believe that when it is a voluntary plan like that, a Cadillac plan, retirees should pay their own fair share, which would be 50% of the plan. It would still make

February 12th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

The Budget  Mr. Speaker, it is always interesting to hear that the Liberal Party's definition of “do nothing” is when we are not raising taxes and not spending money we cannot afford. We know the record. The IMF is very clear. The government's policy approach has been completely