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Conservative MP for Montmagny—L'Islet—Kamouraska—Rivière-du-Loup (Québec)

Won his last election, in 2015, with 29% of the vote.

Two days ago

Posted on Twitter ATTN à la fraude! Nos bureaux, Services Canada et @PasseportCan sommes les seuls autorisés à traiter vos demandes. https://t.co/sJqzumEHds

Posted on Twitter Moi aussi, jeudi 2 mars 8h à 10h, j'y serai. #tourneedesentreprises #GroupeGibo #belleteam https://t.co/UV5IlgEwiJ

Three days ago

Posted on Twitter Avec @remytrudel et @AlainRayes, nous répondons aux questions des étudiant(e)s à la maîtrise à @Info_ENAP. #polcan… https://t.co/bCLqP22RVm

This week

Voted Yes on Vote #202 on Bill C-18 Amend the Rouge National Urban Park Act, the Parks Canada Agency Act and the Canada ...

Voted Yes on Vote #201 That the House: ( a) recognize that Canadian society is not immune to the climate of hate and ...

Posted on Twitter Le comité conservateur des anciens maires @DenisLebelPCC @AlainRayes, @LucBerthold et moi en rencontre avec des mem… https://t.co/kZ1XftREan

Posted on Twitter Heureux de rencontrer des membres de la @FQMenligne cet après-midi à Ottawa. On discute: municipalités. #polqc #polcan

A week ago

Spoke in the House on The Environment Madam Speaker, the Liberal government remains out of touch with the realities of the forestry industry and the regions of Quebec. It is urgent that the ...

Spoke at the Official Languages committee on Issues Related to the Enumeration of Rights-Holders Under Section 23 of the ... That's good. Let me turn to something else quickly. You know that Mr. Samson is our expert in the world of education. He has been extremely ...

Voted Yes on Vote #200 on Bill S-211 Respecting National Sickle Cell Awareness Day

Voted No on Vote #199 on Bill C-37 Amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and to make related amendments to other Acts

Spoke at the Official Languages committee on Issues Related to the Enumeration of Rights-Holders Under Section 23 of the ... Statistics Canada is not a polling firm, of course. But we know that you do collect a whole lot of information. Given that we would like ...

Spoke in the House on Employment in Montmagny—L'Islet—Kamouraska—Rivière-du-Loup Mr. Speaker, in 2016, I embarked on a tour focusing on the tourism industry. It was such a success that, this year, from March 25 to ...

Spoke in the House on Regional Economic Development Mr. Speaker, the 2016 census figures show a worrisome trend in eastern Quebec. While the population of Canada increased by 5% over the past five years, ...

Voted No on Vote #198 on Bill C-37 Amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and to make related amendments to other Acts

Two weeks ago

Spoke at the Official Languages committee on Study on the Translation Bureau Mr. Chair, I would like to be given the time he just used. Thank you. I would like to thank Ms. Lemay and the other witnesses ...

Posted on Twitter Travailler en région, pourquoi pas? Montmagny-L'Islet-Kamouraska-Rivière-du-Loup vous y invite! https://t.co/wza8gcrZRM

Spoke at the Official Languages committee on Study on the Translation Bureau and Issues Related to the Enumeration of ... There are two sides to a coin. People who are interpreters decide to provide their services at a lower cost as part of a contracting process. ...

Spoke in the House on Income Tax Act Mr. Speaker, I am proud to rise in the House today as the MP for a rural riding with an abundance of small and medium-sized businesses ...

Three weeks ago

Spoke at the Official Languages committee on Briefing on Accountability Measures for Official Languages If you had to rank official languages on a priority scale from 1 to 10 at Treasury Board, where would you situate official languages? I'll go ...

Spoke in the House on Regional Economic Development Mr. Speaker, if the Liberal government had not imposed arbitrary deadlines on the Connect to Innovate program, and if it had listened to the regions in ...

Spoke in the House on Framework on Palliative Care in Canada Act Mr. Speaker, I am pleased to rise in the House today to support my colleague, the member for Sarnia—Lambton, and her Bill C-277, an act providing ...

Three months ago

Spoke in the House on Ethics Mr. Speaker, I am going to give the Parliamentary Secretary to the Leader of the Government in the House of Commons a chance to repeat himself ...

Spoke at the Official Languages committee on Roadmap and Immigration in Francophone Minority Communities Indeed. We asked the analysts to develop questions because we wanted to be quite direct. As some analysts have been here for many years, they have ...

Spoke in the House on Economic Development Mr. Speaker, when the Liberals eliminated the position of minister responsible for the economic development of Quebec upon taking office, Quebec entrepreneurs and job creators lost ...

Spoke at the Official Languages committee on Roadmap and Immigration in Francophone Minority Communities and Translation of Quebec Jurisprudence Mr. Aylwin, let's come back to the rule of three you just mentioned. A $200,000 grant made the translation of 80 more judgments possible, in addition ...

Spoke at the Official Languages committee on Roadmap and Immigration in Francophone Minority Communities Okay. You alluded to the province earlier. What is the relationship between the province and the feds in terms of implementation? As I understand it, money ...

More than three months ago

Mentioned by iPolitics.ca (subscription) Broadbent Institute paper makes the case for proportional voting system In the last federal election, only 131 of 338 candidates received a majority of votes and some — such as NDP MP Brigitte Sansoucy, Conservative MP Bernard Généreux and Liberal MP Denis Lemieux — won their ridings with just slightly above and below 30 ...

Mentioned by iPolitics.ca (subscription) Broadbent Institute paper makes the case for proportional voting system In the last federal election, only 131 of 338 candidates received a majority of votes and some — such as NDP MP Brigitte Sansoucy, Conservative MP Bernard Généreux and Liberal MP Bernard Généreux — won their ridings with just slightly above and below ...

Mentioned by Globalnews.ca Federal Election 2015: Montmagny-L'Islet-Kamouraska-Rivière-du-Loup riding NDP MP François Lapointe won it in 2011 by just 9 votes. He is in a rematch with the incumbent he defeated, Conservative Bernard Généreux. Boundaries: This riding runs along the south shore of the St. Lawrence River, from Montmagny to Rivière-du-Loup.

Mentioned by Montreal Gazette NDP wins another Quebec seat - by 5 votes Monday's election results had awarded the riding to Conservative candidate Bernard Généreux by 110 votes. Lapointe said some results seemed to have been awarded to the wrong party. In one case, 100 votes for the NDP were given to the Green Party. ...

Mentioned by Montreal Gazette NDP appears to have another Quebec seat Monday's election results had awarded the riding to Conservative candidate Bernard Généreux by 110 votes. Lapointe said some results seemed to have been awarded to the wrong party. In one case, 100 votes for the NDP were given to the Green Party. ...

Mentioned by Montreal Gazette NDP candidates in Quebec not serious, Duceppe says The ThreeHundredEight. com site, which predicts the election outcome riding by riding, suggests Conservative candidate Bernard Généreux will hold on to the seat. After spending the morning campaigning in the riding, Duceppe went to Quebec City, ...