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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.

Today

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Yesterday

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Two weeks ago

Spoke in the House on Natural Resources Madam Speaker, we all know that winter is not pleasant for Canadians. However, in the midst of this bleak winter for the Canadian economy, there was ...

Spoke at the Natural Resources committee on The Forest Industry Thank you so much, Mr. Chair. Good afternoon to our witnesses. I'd like to welcome you to your House of Commons. I'm an MP from Quebec. ...

Spoke in the House on Ethics Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister has some nerve to talk about political games. Let's talk about political games, then. The report of the Conflict of Interest ...

Spoke in the House on The Economy Mr. Speaker, four and a half years ago, the Liberals were elected on a promise to run three modest deficits and achieve a zero deficit in ...

Spoke in the House on The Economy Mr. Speaker, since those people have been in government, 200,000 energy sector workers have lost their jobs in Canada. More than seven projects have been cancelled ...

A month ago

Spoke in the House on The Economy Madam Speaker, this is week four of the rail crisis in Canada, a crisis that was entirely created by the inaction of this government, which has ...

Spoke in the House on Natural Resources Mr. Speaker, when it comes to natural resources, the government has successfully applied its scorched-earth policy. Unfortunately, that is bad for Canada. Under the Liberals, seven ...

Spoke in the House on Criminal Code Madam Speaker, I will be sharing my time with my colleague from Coquitlam—Port Coquitlam. I am very happy to be taking part in this debate, which ...

Spoke in the House on Natural Resources Mr. Speaker, Canadians are more aware than ever that this country is being run by a neglectful government. This government is abdicating its responsibilities for the ...

Spoke at the Natural Resources committee on Subject Matter of Clauses 207 to 212 (Part 2) (Canadian Energy Regulator ... Thank you, Mr. Chair. Madame, messieurs, welcome to your House of Commons. It has been a real pleasure to hear you, and I appreciate your hard ...

More than three months ago

Voted Yes on Vote #8 Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne (amendment)

Voted No on Vote #7 Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne (subamendment)

Voted No on Vote #6 Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne (subamendment)

Voted No on Vote #5 3rd reading and adoption of Bill C-2, An Act for granting to Her Majesty certain sums of money ...

Voted No on Vote #4 Concurrence at report stage of Bill C-2, An Act for granting to Her Majesty certain sums of money ...

Spoke at the Justice committee on Nomination of the Honourable Nicholas Kasirer to the Supreme Court of Canada Thank you very much, Mr. Chair. Dear colleagues, I am very happy to see you again today. Former Prime Minister Campbell, may I extend my best ...

Spoke at the Government Operations committee on Hiring Process in the Public Service, Main Estimates 2019-20: Vote 1 under ... Well, thank you for your comment, even if, as far as I'm concerned, this is totally a waste of time and a waste of money. I ...

Spoke at the Government Operations committee on Hiring Veterans for Public Service Positions Thank you, Mr. Chair. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to your House of Commons. First of all, Mr. Rea, I want to pay my respects to you ...

Spoke at the Government Operations committee on Hiring Veterans for Public Service Positions Thank you, Mr. Chair. Thank you, gentlemen here in Ottawa and Mr. Corcoz in Windsor. Welcome to the House of Commons, Mr. Corcoz, and on behalf ...

Spoke at the Government Operations committee on Hiring Veterans for Public Service Positions Thank you, Mr. Chair. I want to welcome everyone to your House of Commons. Thank you for doing such a wonderful job of serving our country. ...

Spoke at the Government Operations committee on Hiring Veterans for Public Service Positions Thank you very much, Mr. Chair. Ladies, welcome to your House of Commons. Your French is more than excellent. Earlier, you rightly denounced the fact that ...

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 ...