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  • His favourite word is need.

NDP MP for Burnaby South (B.C.)

Won his last election, a byelection in 2019, with 39% of the vote.

More than three months ago

Spoke in the House on Indigenous Affairs Mr. Speaker, that is a pretty low bar to set when we have the Harper Conservatives to compare with. Indigenous and coastal communities vehemently oppose this ...

Spoke in the House on Government Policies Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister's symbolic gestures do not match up with his actions. He promised change, but four years later medicine is still unaffordable, corporations ...

Spoke in the House on The Environment Mr. Speaker, that is a ludicrous proposition, given that no profits are going to be made in this project. The race to the bottom with this ...

Didn't vote on Vote #1379 on Bill C-75 Amend the Criminal Code, the Youth Criminal Justice Act and other Acts and to make ...

Didn't vote on Vote #1378 on Bill C-75 Amend the Criminal Code, the Youth Criminal Justice Act and other Acts and to make ...

Didn't vote on Vote #1377 Private Members' Business M-173 (Diabetes Awareness Month)

Voted Yes on Vote #1376 on Bill C-331 Amend the Federal Courts Act (international promotion and protection of human rights)

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

Spoke in the House on The Environment Mr. Speaker, Canadians are facing soaring temperatures, forest fires and flooding. Canada should be a leader on climate innovation. Canada should be ending our subsidies to ...

Spoke in the House on Housing Mr. Speaker, continuing on the theme of symbolism, the Prime Minister is great at grand symbolic gestures, but always fails when it comes to helping people ...

Spoke in the House on The Senate Mr. Speaker, members democratically elected to the House voted to pass a bill that would work towards reconciliation. The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of ...

Spoke in the House on Government Policies Mr. Speaker, the Liberal government continues to choose the richest people at the top over people struggling to get by. They chose big pharma and protecting ...

Spoke in the House on Pharmacare Mr. Speaker, yesterday's report confirms 40 years of commissions and studies. It confirms that Canada needs a single-payer, publicly delivered, universal, comprehensive pharmacare for all. Afer ...