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Bloc MP for Montcalm (Québec)

Won his last election, in 2015, with 37% of the vote.

Two months ago

Posted on Twitter Luc Thériault Dossier Raif Badawi: https://t.co/5qx5ZVgPm0 via @YouTube

Didn't vote on Vote #342 on Bill C-311 Amend the Holidays Act (Remembrance Day)

Didn't vote on Vote #349 on Bill C-23 Respecting the preclearance of persons and goods in Canada and the United States

Voted Yes on Vote #348 on Bill C-25 Amend the Canada Business Corporations Act, the Canada Cooperatives Act, the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act, ...

Voted Yes on Vote #347 on Bill C-25 Amend the Canada Business Corporations Act, the Canada Cooperatives Act, the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act, ...

Voted No on Vote #346 on Bill S-3 Amend the Indian Act (elimination of sex-based inequities in registration)

Spoke in the House on Amendments to Standing Orders Mr. Speaker, I would first like to thank my colleague from Saanich—Gulf Islands for sharing her time with me. Ten minutes is valuable time that will ...

Spoke in the House on Raif Badawi Mr. Speaker, in a few days the House will adjourn for the summer. The members will head back to their ridings, back to their families, and ...

Spoke in the House on Labelling of Household Products Mr. Speaker, the petition I am tabling today comes from an organization in my riding, the Centre de femmes Montcalm. These women are doing a tremendous ...

Spoke in the House on Access to Information Mr. Speaker, despite the Liberals' big promises to be open and transparent, today, the government is even less transparent than it was during the last year ...

Spoke in the House on Intergovernmental Relations Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister blows hot and cold when it comes to Quebec. After telling Philippe Couillard to take a hike, he now wants Quebeckers ...

Spoke in the House on Foreign Affairs Mr. Speaker, the Minister of Foreign Affairs talked about some lofty principles this week. She told us that Canada needs to show leadership and that Canada ...

Spoke in the House on Privilege Mr. Speaker, today we begin our last day of debate on Bill C-44, and all we have left is two hours and fifteen minutes. We will ...

Posted on Twitter Luc Thériault débat d'ajournement minuit vingt 6 juin: https://t.co/VO3IfMGrqq via @YouTube

Three months ago

Spoke in the House on Taxation Mr. Speaker, I am here before you on June 5, at 12:20 a.m., because the Minister of Transport has not seen fit to meet with me ...

Posted on Twitter Caché dans un PL mammouth, encore une fois, les libéraux de Trudeau veulent nous en passer une vite! https://t.co/0howMJ6iMn

Posted on Twitter Luc Thériault député Loi modifiant le code criminel c-349: https://t.co/Fl13ZB0dwj via @YouTube

Posted on Twitter Je garde de très beaux souvenirs et ce grand bâtisseur du Québec moderne... la force tranquille de la conviction in… https://t.co/ErTr45ZzhD

Posted on Twitter Je me souviens https://t.co/bKLyFapWoQ

More than three months ago

Mentioned by Orillia Packet & Times Motion passed in House of Commons acknowledges suffering of British Home Children In a motion unanimously passed by members of the House of Commons, Bloc Québécois MP Luc Thériault called on the House to recognize the injustice, abuse and suffering endured by the British Home Children (BHC) as well as the efforts, participation and ...

Mentioned by Hill Times (subscription) House Electoral Reform Committee did fail us, so it's time for government to decide They blew their chance to make a difference and punted the issue back to the government, writes Jean Fournier. Bloc MP Luc Thériault, left, Conservative MP Scott Reid, Liberal MP and chair Francis Scarpaleggia, and NDP MP Nathan Cullen, pictured Dec.

Mentioned by Hill Times (subscription) Feds aim to get electoral reform bill tabled by May, despite 'incredibly cynical' response to committee report 1. But with talk now focused on the minister's disparaging comments and the government's much-mocked Mydemocracy.ca online survey, Green Party leader Elizabeth May, second from right, says the committee's work is being ignored. Bloc MP Luc Thériault, ...

Spoke at the Electoral Reform committee on Electoral Reform Thank you, Mr. Chair. Everyone knows that my party is in favour of changes, but not any changes and not at any cost. My party tends ...

Spoke at the Electoral Reform committee on Electoral Reform Okay, I understand the nuance. Mr. Bozinoff and Mr. Schatten, you said that people who say they know what Canadians want may be speaking carelessly by ...

Spoke at the Electoral Reform committee on Electoral Reform Thank you very much, Mr. Chair. Welcome. Thank you very much for your testimony. I will continue along the same lines as my colleague. Ms. Ghose, ...

Spoke at the Electoral Reform committee on Electoral Reform That was indeed my understanding. Certain experts told us that strategic voting, in which people vote a strategy rather than an ideology or conviction, is what ...

Spoke at the Electoral Reform committee on Electoral Reform Thank you, Mr. Chair. I would like to touch on three subjects. First, Mr. Fox, if I understood you correctly, you would rather do things properly ...

Spoke at the Electoral Reform committee on Committee Business and Electoral Reform Thank you, Mr. Chair. Since the beginning of the work of this committee, we have been saying we are open to a change, but not any ...

Spoke at the Electoral Reform committee on Electoral Reform Mr. Gunn, Mr. Vézina and Ms. Hilderman, I want to begin by saying how pleased I am to hear your remarks. I believe your actions are ...

Spoke at the Electoral Reform committee on Electoral Reform Thank you, Mr. Chair. In terms of the right to vote at 16, I would like to point out that education falls under provincial jurisdiction and ...

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-300 An Act to amend the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act (Canada Health Transfer)

Mentioned by Hill Times (subscription) Liberals pull controversial motion after a day of upheaval in the House Conservative House Leader Andrew Scheer, Bloc Québécois MP Luc Thériault, NDP House Leader Peter Julian, and Green Party Leader Elizabeth May united to hold a press conference denouncing the Government Motion No. 6, and referring to it as a ...

Mentioned by Hill Times (subscription) Liberals pull controversial motion after a day of upheaval in the House Conservative House Leader Andrew Scheer, Bloc Québécois MP Luc Thériault, NDP House Leader Peter Julian, and Green Party Leader Elizabeth May united to hold a press conference denouncing the Government Motion No. 6, and referring to it as a ...