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Liberal MP for Vancouver Quadra (B.C.)

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

Today

Mentioned by Vancouver Courier Red tide washes over Vancouver In the newly-formed riding of Vancouver Granville, First Nations leader and lawyer Jody Wilson-Raybould won the seat for the Liberals, while Hedy Fry won her eighth consecutive term as MP for Vancouver Centre. Liberal incumbent Joyce Murray was re ...

Yesterday

Posted on Twitter Happy to see our Gov't making significant investments in community-based projects across Vancouver, demonstrating i… https://t.co/ZIlKVB2pux

Posted on Twitter Congratulations, @ActuaCanada , @LetsTalkScience - UBC Site, @TLPCanada, and SWBC on being partners of CanCode in… https://t.co/DR7ADDRo1s

This week

Posted on Twitter Thanks, @Ubyssey for the tip! Check it out: https://t.co/0OnuZAt0e4

Posted on Twitter Min. @NavdeepSBains and @cathmckenna announced a $700 million investment in support of Canada's Clean Technology Ec… https://t.co/B0kUnnq7kc

Posted on Twitter I'm proud to see BC among the four provinces with an effective carbon pollution price while outperforming the rest,… https://t.co/PbftU1VyWh

Posted on Twitter Enjoyed another MP Breakfast Connection! Thx, MP @YvonneJJones & Councillor Morgan Guerin of the @musqueam for bein… https://t.co/5udtkgH8X7

A month ago

Spoke in the House on Questions on the Order Paper Mr. Speaker, these revenues relate to prior years’ member contributions to the Public Service Health Care Plan, PSHCP. The PSHCP is offered to eligible employees, retirees ...

Voted Yes on Vote #435 on Bill C-24 Amend the Salaries Act and to make a consequential amendment to the Financial Administration

Spoke in the House on Government Communications Mr. Speaker, our government took another step to making government more open and transparent and accountable by delivering on our commitment to eliminate partisan advertising and ...

Voted Yes on Vote #434 on Bill C-24 Amend the Salaries Act and to make a consequential amendment to the Financial Administration

Voted No on Vote #433 on Bill C-24 Amend the Salaries Act and to make a consequential amendment to the Financial Administration

Two months ago

Voted Yes on Vote #432 on Bill C-58 Amend the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act and to make consequential amendments ...

Spoke in the House on Access to Information Act Mr. Speaker, I am thankful for this opportunity to speak to Bill C-58, and to perhaps set the record straight with respect to some of the ...

Voted Yes on Vote #431 on Bill C-58 Amend the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act and to make consequential amendments ...

Spoke in the House on Government Appointments Mr. Speaker, we consulted the leaders of the recognized parties on the matter of appointments, including the appointment of the lobbying commissioner. Once her appointment is ...

Spoke in the House on Access to Information Act Madam Speaker, my colleague from Beaches—East York was aiming to point out that the member made some inaccurate comments, and he just reinforced the mistakes of ...

Mentioned by New Kerala Helping Indigenous people in Vancouver gain vital job skills and experience The Government of Canada will provide approximately $2.2 million in funding for this project under the Skills Partnership Fund (SPF), which was announced today by Joyce Murray, Member of Parliament for Vancouver Quadra, on behalf of the Honourable ...

Spoke in the House on National Housing Day Mr. Speaker, today we recognize National Housing Day. Safe and affordable housing is central to our lives, our health, and our families. It is essential to ...

Spoke in the House on Report Stage Madam Speaker, adults who are found in possession of a small amount of cannabis, up to a maximum of 30 grams, will no longer be treated ...

Mentioned by Peace Arch News Feds will spend $327.6 million a year to fight guns and gangs SURREY — The federal government will spend $327.6 million over five years – and $100 million every year after that – to reduce gun violence and gang activity. Federal Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale and Joyce Murray, MP for Vancouver Quadra, made ...

Mentioned by Cloverdale Reporter Feds will spend $327.6 million a year to fight guns and gangs SURREY — The federal government will spend $327.6 million over five years – and $100 million every year after that – to reduce gun violence and gang activity. Federal Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale and Joyce Murray, MP for Vancouver Quadra, ...

Mentioned by Canada NewsWire (press release) Helping Indigenous people in Vancouver gain vital job skills and experience The Government of Canada will provide approximately $2.2 million in funding for this project under the Skills Partnership Fund (SPF), which was announced today by Joyce Murray, Member of Parliament for Vancouver Quadra, on behalf of the Honourable ...

Three months ago

Spoke in the House on Yukon Environmental and Socio-Economic Assessment Act Madam Speaker, I appreciate the comments by my colleague opposite, but they remind me of the previous Conservative government's gutting of environmental regulations, from environmental assessments ...

Mentioned by National Observer Boats told to stay at least 200 metres away from killer whales off BC coast In Ottawa, Fisheries Minister Dominic LeBlanc (centre) discusses recovery and protection measures for southern resident killer whales as B.C. MP Joyce Murray and Transport Minister Marc Garneau look on. Photo by The Canadian Press. Previous story.

More than three months ago

Spoke at the Government Operations committee on Review of the Public Servants Disclosure Protection Act Thank you very much. Commissioner, the committee heard from a witness that the internal mechanisms of disclosure within departments should be scrapped. That was over concerns ...

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 ...

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)