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Liberal MP for Cumberland—Colchester (Nova Scotia)

Won his last election, in 2015, with 64% of the vote.

More than three months ago

Spoke in the House on Committees of the House Mr. Speaker, I note that you are the second speaker from Nova Scotia, and we are very pleased about that. I have the honour to present, ...

Voted Yes on Vote #1379 on Bill C-75 Amend the Criminal Code, the Youth Criminal Justice Act and other Acts and to make ...

Voted Yes on Vote #1378 on Bill C-75 Amend the Criminal Code, the Youth Criminal Justice Act and other Acts and to make ...

Voted Yes on Vote #1377 Private Members' Business M-173 (Diabetes Awareness Month)

Voted No on Vote #1376 on Bill C-331 Amend the Federal Courts Act (international promotion and protection of human rights)

Voted Yes on Vote #1375 Ways and Means motion No. 34

Spoke in the House on Public Safety Mr. Speaker, a 2004 RCMP report concluded that the RCMP 911 call centre should be “outside of HRM given the risks of placing the two largest ...

Spoke in the House on Committees of the House Mr. Speaker, I have the honour to present, in both official languages, the following two reports of the Standing Committee on Health. The first is the ...

Spoke in the House on Lung Cancer Screening Strategy Mr. Speaker, this morning the Canadian Cancer Survivor Network held a working breakfast to share concerns and ideas for cancer victims with MPs and senators. As ...

Spoke in the House on Committees of the House Mr. Speaker, I have the honour to present, in both official languages, the 26th report of the Standing Committee on Health, entitled “Impacts of Methamphetamine Abuse ...

Spoke in the House on Committees of the House Mr. Speaker, I have the honour to present, in both official languages, the 25th report of the Standing Committee on Health in relation to Bill S-248, ...

Spoke in the House on Members Not Seeking Re-election to the 43rd Parliament Mr. Speaker, I certainly appreciate this opportunity. I hesitated to give my farewell speech, because this is the third farewell speech I have given. I have ...

Spoke in the House on Committees of the House Mr. Speaker, I have the honour to present, in both official languages, the 24th report of the Standing Committee on Health, entitled “Tackling the Problem Head-on: ...

Spoke at the Subcommittee on Sports-Related Concussions in Canada committee on Sports-Related Concussions in Canada I'm going to share my time with Dr. Eyolfson. You answered part of my question, Dr. Tator. I know that a few years ago there was ...

Spoke at the Environment committee on Forestry, Agriculture and Waste Thank you very much. We've seen developments in Nova Scotia with vertical farms. They're basically hydroponics farms. What is the energy comparison between a vertical farm ...

Mentioned by Truro Daily News Wallace Fire Department celebrates 45 years Forty-five years later there are three members who started their service at that time and are still actively involved in the department. At the annual service awards banquet, held Nov. 17, Cumberland-Colchester MP Bill Casey helped recognize Douglas ...

Mentioned by Cumberland News Now Wallace Fire Department celebrates 45 years Forty-five years later there are three members who started their service at that time and are still actively involved in the department. At the annual service awards banquet, held Nov. 17, Cumberland-Colchester MP Bill Casey helped recognize Douglas ...

Mentioned by Truro Daily News Joel Henderson to seek federal Liberal nomination for Cumberland-Colchester OTTAWA – Liberals in Cumberland-Colchester have a candidate seeking to replace Bill Casey. Lawyer Joel Henderson of ... If Henderson wins the nomination he will face former MP Scott Armstrong, who has already secured the Conservative nomination.

Mentioned by Yahoo News Canada (blog) The hidden history of the German POW camp in the heart of Amherst A Nova Scotia member of Parliament is highlighting a little-known part of Amherst's First World War history — a prisoner-of-war camp that operated right in the middle of town. ... One of those homes belongs to Bill Casey, the MP for Cumberland-Colchester.

Mentioned by CBC.ca The hidden history of the German POW camp in the heart of Amherst A Nova Scotia member of Parliament is highlighting a little-known part of Amherst's First World War history — a prisoner-of-war camp that operated right in the middle of town. ... One of those homes belongs to Bill Casey, the MP for Cumberland-Colchester.

Mentioned by Cumberland News Now MP Bill Casey restoring ship built by German POW at First World War Amherst internment camp AMHERST, N.S. – For decades, a wooden ship has sat in the homes of Cumberland-Colchester MP Bill Casey and his father. Casey knows it as built by a prisoner of war at Amherst's First World War internment camp, but he doesn't know who built it, when it ...

Spoke at the Health committee on Federally Funded Health Research (M-132) I call the meeting to order. Welcome, everybody, to meeting number 115 of the Standing Committee on Health. Welcome to our guests. Before we go to ...

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-391 An Act respecting a national strategy for the repatriation of Aboriginal cultural property

Spoke at the Government Operations committee on Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business and Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) in ... A minute and a half? Sure. I have a specific question dealing with aboriginal business. The RCMP in Nova Scotia wants to relocate its communications centre. ...

Spoke at the Environment committee on Heritage Preservation and Protection in Canada Thanks very much. I have a specific question. I don't want to address it to anyone in particular, but we're looking for help in my riding. ...

Spoke at the Health committee on Bill C-45 It being 8:30, we are going to call together meeting number 64. I want to welcome everybody back and welcome new members to the committee. I ...

Spoke at the Natural Resources committee on Clean Technology in Canada's Natural Resource Sectors They're now sealed off after explosions and fatalities. They were sealed off in the 1950s. They're filled with water at 20° to 25°. There are several ...

Spoke at the Justice committee on Bill C-242 Thank you, it's a pleasure to be here. I want to say that Jeanne and Linda are members of my riding, and I've known them for ...

Posted on Twitter @JustinTrudeau An important lesson to boat safe this summer, no matter your experience or skill level.

Posted on Twitter #First100 days down!

Posted on Twitter This was really neat. 10 Canadians, 10 minutes each, one-on-one with @JustinTrudeau. https://t.co/0LmKXMvZQh #cdnpoli #ICYMI

Posted on Twitter We are committed to restoring credibility to environmental assessments and the National Energy Board https://t.co/gvFnMnfMSX #CdnEnv

Posted on Twitter This will help our local Maple producers after last winters damaging snow. https://t.co/mAWefMVHG3 via @sharethis

Posted on Twitter Today is #BellLetsTalk Day! Retweet and help raise awareness and funds for #mentalhealth initiatives in Canada.