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Liberal MP for Vancouver Quadra (B.C.)

Won her last election, in 2015, with 59% of the vote.

Today

Posted on Twitter Let’s celebrate Canadian innovation during @Innovation150! Check out events happening all year long across Canada: https://t.co/xyMDINEeMN

Posted on Twitter I love #theheartofkits! Walking Alma to McDonald on my way to work...my favourite, so many great shops!… https://t.co/s8ryijMAI3

Posted on Twitter Opportunity to contribute to Canada's #citizenship system #Vancouverites...pass it on! https://t.co/3ofFS0V00h?

Yesterday

Posted on Twitter #Environmental #economic good news for #climate advocates! "Tipping point for renewable energy: via @globeandmail https://t.co/dJX1UPmHR0

Posted on Twitter Lunch discussion with #Tunisian #MPs from several Parties, responsible for governmental #oversight https://t.co/FoVviVXgNV

Posted on Twitter The Anti-Corruption Commissioner gave us a very frank overview of the challenges in #Tunisia, & the progress made https://t.co/UM4UOw58Am

A week ago

Mentioned by Straight.com British Columbia MPs overlooked in Justin Trudeau cabinet shuffle Fry is chair of the Commons heritage committee. The next longest-serving Liberal MP from B.C. is Joyce Murray, who was first elected in Vancouver Quadra in a by-election in 2008. She's parliamentary secretary to the president of the Treasury Board ...

A month ago

Mentioned by Voiceonline.com 28 new SkyTrain cars ordered; $93 million investment to improve transit in Metro Vancouver TWENTY-EIGHT new Mark III SkyTrain cars have been ordered to improve rapid transit service in Metro Vancouver. This was announced Friday by Joyce Murray, MP for Vancouver Quadra, on behalf of Amarjeet Sohi, federal Minister of Infrastructure and ...

Voted No on Vote #183 on Bill C-301 Amend the Income Tax Act and to make a related amendment to another Act (registered ...

Voted Yes on Vote #182 That, in the opinion of the House, the government should recognize the contributions that German-Canadians have made to ...

Voted No on Vote #181 on Bill C-306 Establish a Crimean Tatar Deportation (“Sürgünlik”) Memorial Day and to recognize the mass deportation of ...

Voted No on Vote #180 on Bill C-235 Amend the Criminal Code and the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (fetal alcohol disorder)

Voted Yes on Vote #179 on Bill C-30 Implement the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between Canada and the European Union and its ...

Two months ago

Mentioned by Vancouver Sun Most BC Liberal MPs back Trudeau on pipeline, but say party will take a 'hit' Four of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's 17 MPs have now said publicly that their constituents are strongly against the project: Veterans Joyce Murray (Vancouver Quadra) and Hedy Fry (Vancouver Centre), plus rookies Terry Beech (Burnaby North-Seymour) ...

Mentioned by TheUsExaminer Justin Trudeau Approves Controversial Pipeline To Pacific Coast Vancouver Quadra MP Joyce Murray says a 'clear majority' of her constituents are against Justin Trudeau Approves ... Approving the two pipelines means "there is no way Canada can meet those commitments", Fauret said. Kinder Morgan aims to begin ...

Mentioned by Huffington Post Canada B.C. Liberal MPs Brace For Backlash On Trudeau's Kinder Morgan Decision Vancouver Quadra MP Joyce Murray sent an email to 11,000 of her constituents Tuesday night after Trudeau announced that he was greenlighting the $6.8 billion project, which twins an existing pipeline from Edmonton to Burnaby, B.C., and almost triples ...

Mentioned by Straight.com Vancouver Quadra Liberal MP Joyce Murray calls approval of Kinder Morgan pipeline incredibly disappointing "Cabinet's decision to approve the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Expansion project is incredibly disappointing for me and for many in Vancouver Quadra and British Columbia," Joyce Murray said in a statement to constituents this evening. "I worked hard ...

Spoke in the House on Small Business Mr. Speaker, small business is the lifeblood of communities across Canada, and all Canadians benefit when we promote local businesses. Small Business BC, which is supported ...

Spoke in the House on Departmental Performance Reports Mr. Speaker, on behalf of the President of the Treasury Board, I have the honour to table, in both official languages, on behalf of 83 departments ...

Three months ago

Spoke in the House on Jim Prentice Madam Speaker, today we remember the legacy of a great Canadian whose life was taken away tragically and too soon. Members past and present stand with ...

Spoke in the House on Wood Construction Mr. Speaker, I am proud to recognize the University of British Columbia for successfully completing the world's tallest wood building. At 18 stories high, Brock Commons ...

More than three months ago

Spoke in the House on Ethics Mr. Speaker, our government takes guidance from the commissioners, the Ethics Commissioner, and not from the Conservative Party of Canada. The President of the Treasury Board ...

Spoke in the House on Standing Orders and Procedure Mr. Speaker, I am honoured to be speaking to Standing Order 51. Actually, I am honoured to serve in this House. Every time I am in ...

Spoke in the House on Paris Agreement Mr. Speaker, it is an honour for me to be engaged in this debate today. I also want to congratulate my colleague from Ottawa South for ...

Spoke in the House on National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians Act Madam Speaker, I thank the member for Scarborough Southwest for his eloquent words. As someone who has had a security role at the highest level in ...

Spoke at the Government Operations committee on Committee Business and Briefing on the Estimates Process Thank you. I will be sharing my time with Mr. Drouin. I want to follow up on the question that Mr. Grewal was asking about votes. ...

Spoke at the Government Operations committee on Briefing on the Estimates Process Thank you very much. I appreciate the opportunity to ask our guests a couple of questions. You mentioned that something new is performance statements as part ...

Spoke at the Information & Ethics committee on Access to Information Act Thank you very much, Mr. Chair. I appreciate the opportunity to join in this discussion. I want to talk a bit more about the culture of ...

Spoke at the Public Safety committee on Bill C-7 I'm looking forward to our experts' response to some of these very good questions and very legitimate concerns. There are just a couple of things that ...

Spoke at the Public Accounts committee on Chapter 1, Implementing Gender-Based Analysis, of the Fall 2015 Report of the ... Thank you very much for your testimony. I was struck by the comments about where in the process this could be placed. Policy programs and legislation ...

Spoke at the Pay Equity committee on Committee Business and Pay Equity I think they were made in good spirit, the suggestions that Dan has put forward. Having Statistics Canada come early is logical. But we're short of ...

Spoke at the Public Accounts committee on Chapter 4, Information Technology Shared Services, of the Fall 2015 Report of ... Thank you. Thank you for being here to help us understand the situation with IT services. My background is in British Columbia. When the British Columbia ...

Spoke at the Public Accounts committee on Fall 2015 Report of the Auditor General of Canada Thank you. Thank you for your testimony, Mr. Ferguson. I have a question about the gender-based analysis chapter in your report. You said there are three ...

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-622 An Act to amend the National Defence Act (transparency and accountability), to enact the Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-437 An Act to amend the Canada Shipping Act, 2001 (prohibition against the transportation of oil by oil tankers on Canada’s Pacific North Coast)

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-606 An Act to amend the Canada Shipping Act, 2001 (prohibition against the transportation of oil by oil tankers on Canada’s Pacific North Coast)