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Stephen Harper Conservative MP for Calgary Southwest (Alberta)

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

June 11th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

National Defence  Mr. Speaker, what I will be very clear on is that this government will always take the appropriate course of action to protect the security of Canadians. A decision, which was supported by our party some years ago, was made not to participate in that system, given the risks

May 27th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Justice  Mr. Speaker, I have to repeat again what the NDP actually said about Justice Nadon: a great judge and a brilliant legal mind. I guess one could interpret that as opposition but I tend to interpret that as support. The position of the NDP is clear that the Supreme Court has set

June 2nd, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Employment   be admitted under the program and on the next day Liberal members of Parliament are going to the minister of employment demanding that he overturn decisions and admit more temporary foreign workers. Our position is clear. We are committed to making sure that if Canadians are available

May 6th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Justice  Mr. Speaker, we have already answered that question. It is clear. The Supreme Court decision on Mr. Nadon is clear. As I said, unfortunately there are consequences to that decision. They are now saying that Federal Court judges from Quebec are second class judges

May 14th, 2014
Committee meeting

Sean Bruyea

Finance committee   and suffering deduction offsets of ELB from May 29 to September 2012. During the launch of the new Veterans Charter, including the earnings loss benefit, on April 6, 2006, Prime Minister Stephen Harper promised that:Our troops’ commitment and service to Canada entitle them to the very

May 14th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Justice  Mr. Speaker, our position is clear. I received legal and constitutional advice indicating that it is longstanding practice to appoint judges directly from the Federal Court to the Supreme Court. That is what I did in this case.

April 29th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Employment   for temporary foreign workers for their own ridings. We have been extremely clear. It does appear to be the case that there are some Canadian employers who believe that they can have a preference for temporary foreign workers over Canadian workers. This government has been clear

May 7th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Justice  Mr. Speaker, once again, we have been very clear on that question. The government will follow the decision of the majority of the Supreme Court of Canada. I repeat again, of course, that we agree with the majority decision. I would point out the difficulty that this is going

May 7th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Veterans  Mr. Speaker, I have to correct what the leader of the NDP said in his preamble. The government has made clear from the outset its intention to pay for all the families of the fallen and to make sure that their costs are covered for the Afghan ceremony on May 9. We are very proud

May 6th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Justice  Mr. Speaker, we have already been clear on that. We will act according the letter and spirit of the Supreme Court decision. Now, on the matter at hand, as I have said before, last week it was suggested that the government, before making its appointment, had not been aware

May 1st, 2014
Committee meeting

Steven Blaney
Conservative

Public Safety committee   Minister, Stephen Harper, and the Minister of Justice to put victims back at the heart of our legal system. We adopted over 30 bills or measures in that regard. For instance, we put an end to the famous two for one credit which meant that the offender had his prison sentence reduced

April 29th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Democratic Reform  Mr. Speaker, on the contrary. According to the Supreme Court, only the provinces can reform or abolish the Senate. I encourage the provinces to do that. They have the power to make amendments through their legislators. Nonetheless, it is clear that Canadians do not want

April 29th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Employment   of the fact that the Liberal Party voted against them. Liberal MPs continue to write to the Minister of Employment and Social Development, demanding more temporary foreign workers for their ridings. It is absolutely clear that the government's position is that temporary foreign workers