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  • His favourite word is quebec.

Conservative MP for Louis-Saint-Laurent (Québec)

Won his last election, in 2019, with 45% of the vote.

Yesterday

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Posted on Twitter Il nous reste trois jours https://t.co/pwkXTG9qES

Posted on Twitter Bonne fête des pères! Me voici avec mon père en 1973 et, aujourd’hui, à 97 ans et 10 mois avec son arrière-petite-f… https://t.co/7tnbcmnyRK

Two days ago

Posted on Twitter KWE! A la veille de la fête des autochtones lundi, visite à la place Jean-Beliveau à la découvertes des saveurs. E… https://t.co/Ni2GSHXrHE

Posted on Twitter Depuis 8h ce matin, les bénévoles d’Amelie et Frédéric travaillent à installer les nouvelles serres du jardin commu… https://t.co/0RUUNKUrM9

Three days ago

Spoke in the House on Public Safety Madam Speaker, it is precisely because we are committed to national security that we are asking these questions and demanding the truth. Why did the Public ...

Spoke in the House on Privilege Mr. Speaker, I rise on a point of order. There are three elements to consider when you make your decision on the question of privilege. First, ...

This week

Spoke in the House on Business of the House Mr. Speaker, as I ask today's Thursday question, we are entering the final sprint before the summer break. I say “break” because in politics, there are ...

Voted Yes on Vote #148 Question of privilege

Voted Yes on Vote #149 Opposition Motion (Censure of the Minister of National Defence)

Voted No on Vote #150 Concurrence in an opposed item

Voted No on Vote #151 Concurrence in estimates

Voted No on Vote #152 on Bill C-33

Spoke in the House on Privilege Mr. Speaker, we shall listen to the member who has raised the question of privilege. It is the basis of the House of Commons to respect ...

Spoke in the House on Business of Supply Mr. Speaker, without getting into the finer details, I will say that I preferred to use up my time rather than that of other parliamentarians. Indeed, ...

Spoke in the House on Privilege Mr. Speaker, indeed, I am rising on a question of privilege. I would like to briefly respond to yesterday's intervention by the member for Kingston and ...

A week ago

Spoke in the House on Government Appointments Mr. Speaker, really, how sad to see the Minister of Justice, a man with a distinguished judicial career, play partisan games and unfortunately be unable to ...

Spoke in the House on Budget Implementation Act, 2021, No. 1 Madam Speaker, unfortunately, for the second time in only a few days, the government will shut down debate to keep parliamentarians, the elected representatives of the ...

More than three months ago

Spoke at the Procedure and House Affairs committee on Government’s Reasons for Proroguing Parliament in August 2020 Thank you so much, Madam Chair. I am very pleased to participate in this committee meeting. I want to greet all my colleagues, especially my colleague ...

Spoke at the Official Languages committee on Meeting Requested by Four Members of the Committee to Discuss their Request ... Thank you, Mr. Chair. I'm pleased to see you, someone I've sat with at other times and in another place, the Quebec National Assembly. Welcome to ...

Spoke at the COVID-19 Pandemic committee on COVID-19 Pandemic Mr. Chair, before I ask my question, I'd like to pay tribute to the Minister of Justice, particularly to his versatility. Today, he talked about forests. ...

Spoke at the COVID-19 Pandemic committee on COVID-19 Pandemic In Canada, the Quebec government will table its economic update this week. The Saskatchewan government tabled its economic update today. The Newfoundland government has tabled its ...

Spoke at the COVID-19 Pandemic committee on COVID-19 Pandemic Thank you, Mr. Chair. Eighty years ago today, Canadian soldiers, including those from the Royal 22e Régiment, were posted to Hong Kong to defend freedom. The ...

Spoke at the COVID-19 Pandemic committee on COVID-19 Pandemic Mr. Chair, we all understand that a crisis like the one the world is currently experiencing generates deficits. We also know that a deficit is a ...

Spoke at the COVID-19 Pandemic committee on COVID-19 Pandemic Mr. Chair, I know that the Minister of Finance is very good with figures. But he is not able to give us one. Perhaps he could ...

Spoke at the COVID-19 Pandemic committee on COVID-19 Pandemic The Treasury Board President is one of the few Canadians to find that Ms. Lebouthillier was very clear yesterday. With respect to the Minister of National ...

Mentioned by Macleans.ca Parliamentarians of the Year awards 2018 in pictures Conservative MP and Parliamentarian of the Year nominee Gérard Deltell (right), who was also named Best Orator. Photograph by Blair Gable. Conservative MP Gernett Genuis, the 2017 winner of the Parliamentarian of the Year award. Photograph by Blair ...

Mentioned by Macleans.ca Gérard Deltell: An orator who needs no script ... appreciate Conservative Gérard Deltell's speaking style. In an age when a dismaying number of Commons members diligently recite off the sheets written or approved by head office, the Quebec City MP doesn't merely operate without a tight script. He ...

Mentioned by FactsCan Gérard Deltell: In Quebec “all emitters are treated the same.” Responding in the House of Commons, Conservative MP Gérard Deltell critiqued the federal plan for treating emissions by different-sized firms differently, and compared it to the Quebec system. He said, “I also want to point out that Quebec's system ...

Mentioned by HuffPost Canada Trudeau Government Urged To Step Up Climate Action In Emergency Debate Quebec Conservative MP Gérard Deltell said all MPs in the House favour measures to reduce pollution. "That is not the issue," he said. What the Tories oppose, he said, is waxing philosophically about "lofty principles that will end up changing very ...

Mentioned by The Globe and Mail Tories would not challenge proposed Quebec ban on religious symbols in the workplace, MP says The federal Conservatives say they would not stand in the way of the Quebec government if it moves to bar some provincial employees from wearing religious symbols at work. In an interview, Conservative MP Gérard Deltell said his party accepts the ...

Mentioned by The Globe and Mail Tories would not stop proposed Quebec ban on religious symbols in the workplace, MP says In an interview, Conservative MP Gérard Deltell said his party accepts the incoming Coalition Avenir Québec government's right to introduce legislation on the matter, would not oppose the possible use of the notwithstanding clause to make it Charter ...