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Liberal MP for Ottawa South (Ontario)

Won his last election, in 2015, with 60% of the vote.

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Mentioned by Hill Times National security oversight committee seeking $4.5M to get off the ground Liberal MP David McGuinty, chair of the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians, says the politicians won't have any say in staffing the committee's secretariat, except for the prime minister's appointment of the executive ...

A week ago

Mentioned by www.ottawacommunitynews.com/ Appointees of Canada's new security watchdog committee revealed Ottawa South MP David McGuinty is chair of the new National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians, which will serve as an independent, non-partisan watchdog of Canada's national security and intelligence agencies. Prime Minister ...

Voted No on Vote #395 on Bill C-346 Amend the Firearms Act (licences)

Voted No on Vote #394 on Bill C-325 Amend the Canadian Bill of Rights (right to housing)

Voted Yes on Vote #393 Private Members' Business M-132 (Federally funded health research)

Voted Yes on Vote #392 Private Members' Business M-126 (Portuguese Heritage Month)

Voted Yes on Vote #391 on Bill C-63 A second Act to implement certain provisions of the budget tabled in Parliament on March ...

Mentioned by CBC.ca Security and intelligence committee can prevent another Omar Khadr case: David McGuinty David McGuinty says if the 11-member national security and intelligence committee of parliamentarians does its job, no other Canadians will face the same kind of fate as Maher Arar and Omar Khadr. "That's a likely outcome if we do our work the right way.

Two weeks ago

Mentioned by CBC.ca Trudeau names parliamentary committee to oversee security, intelligence agencies Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has named an 11-member panel of parliamentarians to oversee the secretive activities of Canada's national security and intelligence agencies. Ontario Liberal MP David McGuinty will chair the National Security and ...

Mentioned by CBC.ca Trudeau names parliamentary committee to oversee security, intelligence agencies Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has named an 11-member panel of parliamentarians to oversee the secretive activities of Canada's national security and intelligence agencies. Ontario Liberal MP David McGuinty will chair the National Security and ...

Spoke in the House on 150th Anniversary of the First Meeting of Parliament Mr. Speaker, on a chilly November afternoon, exactly 150 years ago today, on November 6, 1867, Canada's House of Commons met for the very first time. ...

Mentioned by iPolitics.ca PMO names members of new national security committee In a press release Monday afternoon, the Prime Minister's Office announced the appointment of three senators and eight MPs; some of the names were widely anticipated, while others came as something of a surprise. Liberal MP David McGuinty will chair ...

Two months ago

Spoke in the House on Interparliamentary Delegations Mr. Speaker, pursuant to Standing Order 34(1), I have the honour to present, in both official languages, the report of the Canadian Group of the Inter-Parliamentary ...

More than three months ago

Posted on Twitter @XaqsoorOttawa Please contact my office directly with any invitations - by email at david.mcguinty@parl.gc.ca or ph… https://t.co/5wvXZfTx4G

Spoke in the House on Interparliamentary Delegations Mr. Speaker, pursuant to Standing Order 34(1), I have the honour to present to the House, in both official languages, a report of the Canadian Group ...

Spoke in the House on Infrastructure Mr. Speaker, residents of the national capital region understand the importance of public transit for shorter commutes, cleaner air, and a stronger economy. With the first ...

Spoke in the House on Canadian Public Service Mr. Speaker, today is the end of National Public Service Week in Canada. I would like to take a moment on behalf of all MPs to ...

Spoke in the House on Criminal Code Mr. Speaker, I want to come back to a theme the member touched on earlier, the theme of anniversaries. This is the 30th anniversary of Canada's ...

Spoke in the House on Interparliamentary Delegations Mr. Speaker, pursuant to Standing Order 34(1) I have the honour to present to the House, in both official languages, the report of the Canadian Group ...

Spoke in the House on Geological Survey of Canada Madam Speaker, Canada's very first scientific agency, the Geological Survey of Canada celebrated its 175th anniversary on April 14, 2017. In 1842, 25 years before Confederation, ...

Spoke at the Electoral Reform committee on Electoral Reform Thank you very much, Mr. Chair. Minister, welcome. Minister, Eid Mubarak to you and your family. I had the privilege this morning of attending two of ...

Spoke at the Transport committee on Rail Safety Would you think it would be more appropriate, for example, to have you—actually, it would be more important and appropriate to have Hunter Harrison and Keith ...

Spoke at the Transport committee on Updating Infrastructure in Canada: An examination of needs and investments Thanks, everyone, for being here. Welcome to Ottawa. To begin, I want to get one quick question off the table for the benefit of all my ...

Spoke at the Transport committee on Updating Infrastructure in Canada: An examination of needs and investments Before Stats Canada's long-form census was eliminated by the government—something they pursued here after George W. Bush tried to do it in Washington and then had ...

Spoke at the Transport committee on Updating Infrastructure in Canada: An examination of needs and investments Because we can't get a definitive answer from the government, we're trying to get a sense, municipality by municipality, of how much has been spent. We ...

Spoke at the Transport committee on Updating Infrastructure in Canada: An examination of needs and investments Ms. Dedman, and Mr. Carlton, I can't tell you how much it is music to many thousands of Canadians' ears to hear you talk about the ...

Spoke at the Transport committee on Updating Infrastructure in Canada: An examination of needs and investments That would help us enormously. Thank you. Could I turn to Mr. McBride. Mr. McBride, yesterday we also asked the ADM of policy a number of ...

Spoke at the Transport committee on Updating Infrastructure in Canada: An examination of needs and investments That would be great. Can I also ask another question around that? It's almost irrelevant in my view to talk about where Canada fits with other ...

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-544 An Act to amend the Auditor General Act (government advertising)