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  • His favourite word is colleague.

NDP MP for Beloeil—Chambly (Québec)

Won his last election, in 2015, with 31% of the vote.

Yesterday

Posted on Twitter @adepated That's very nice of you to say! Not this time for me though. There's still a lot for me to learn and do!

Three days ago

Posted on Twitter Indeed - concerns about C-23 predate Trump but have been exacerbated since. #cdnpoli https://t.co/XebD3dMQMO

This week

Spoke in the House on Public Safety Mr. Speaker, today is the second anniversary of the first vote on Bill C-51. The Liberals and the Conservatives joined forces to pass a bill that ...

Spoke in the House on Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Mr. Speaker, we do stand up for workers, but we also stand up for human rights. That is what this is about. One Canadian had his ...

Spoke in the House on Preclearance Act, 2016 Mr. Speaker, I listened to my colleague's speech and the question that followed. The Liberals seem to have fallen back on the argument that it is ...

Voted Yes on Vote #202 on Bill C-18 Amend the Rouge National Urban Park Act, the Parks Canada Agency Act and the Canada ...

Posted on Twitter Quand tes deux préférés se retrouvent. #FightOwensFight https://t.co/RsTpZtOmor

Posted on Twitter @mrvaughan Important issue. No justification to expand powers like this.

Posted on Twitter What a horrible response from the PM who thinks it's just "business as usual." https://t.co/fXMO7twYNu

Spoke in the House on Preclearance Act, 2016 Madam Speaker, I would like to begin by revisiting something that my colleague from Parry Sound—Muskoka mentioned. I completely agree with him. The NDP does have ...

Voted Yes on Vote #201 That the House: ( a) recognize that Canadian society is not immune to the climate of hate and ...

Posted on Twitter Meanwhile, government response: "this is fine." C-23 offers dangerous & unnecessary expansion of powers for America… https://t.co/wzipOlv6bM

A week ago

Spoke in the House on Public Safety Madam Speaker, I do agree, but the problem is what the U.S. wants to do and the deafening silence we heard from the Prime Minister when ...

Spoke in the House on Public Safety Mr. Speaker, yesterday the government released the data about its national security consultation. It comes as no surprise that most Canadians are still waiting for the ...

Spoke at the Public Safety committee on Canada's National Security Framework Thank you for that. To the Canadian Bar Association, the question of metadata was raised. In view of Justice Noël's recent decision on CSIS' bank of ...

Spoke in the House on Points of Order Mr. Speaker, recently you underscored the importance of not questioning the veracity of another member's comments and of not calling them a liar. In particular, you ...

Voted Yes on Vote #200 on Bill S-211 Respecting National Sickle Cell Awareness Day

Voted Yes on Vote #199 on Bill C-37 Amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and to make related amendments to other Acts

Voted Yes on Vote #198 on Bill C-37 Amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and to make related amendments to other Acts

Two weeks ago

Spoke at the Public Safety committee on Canada's National Security Framework Thank you. I want to focus as well on the question of “will” versus “may” in the language of Bill C-51. When we visited the counter-radicalization ...

Spoke in the House on Public Safety Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister needs to defend Canadians against President Trump's discriminatory orders and attacks on privacy. We have serious concerns about Bill C-23. U.S. ...

Spoke at the Public Safety committee on Canada's National Security Framework Thank you, Mr. Chair. Mr. Shack, thanks for being here. I want to focus on the counter-radicalization question. I like the phrase you used: “nipping it ...

Three weeks ago

Spoke at the Public Safety committee on Bill C-226 Thank you, Mr. Chair. Mr. Blaney, like all my colleagues, I thank you for your work on this. Everyone shares the opinion that impaired driving has ...

Three months ago

Spoke at the Public Safety committee on Subject Matter of Supplementary Estimates (B) 2016-17: Votes 1b and 5b under ... Thank you, Mr. Chair. Minister, thank you for being here with us. I'd like to talk to you about Judge Noël's ruling concerning the retention of ...

Spoke at the Public Safety committee on Bill C-22 Yes, I'll move that, Chair. We obviously heard a lot about the horizontal integration and the learning curve that comes with such a committee. This amendment ...

Spoke at the Public Safety committee on Briefing on the Annual Report 2015-16 of the Office of the Correctional ... Thank you, Mr. Chair. Mr. Sapers, I'll add my voice to those of everyone who thanks you for your work, and I wish you the best ...

Spoke at the Public Safety committee on Bill C-22 Thank you, Mr. Chair. I'm certainly not opposed; quite the opposite. I would be supportive of Mr. Erskine-Smith's amendments on the one hand, but we're not ...

More than three months ago

Mentioned by VICE Montreal Cops Have Tracked a Journalist's Cellphone for the Past Year Asked directly by NDP Member of Parliament Matthew Dubé on Monday about whether he'll issue a directive to create more formal rules around how police deal with journalists, Goodale would only say that "we take the freedom of the press in this country ...

Mentioned by VICE Montreal Cops Have Tracked a Journalist's Cellphone for the Past Year Asked directly by NDP Member of Parliament Matthew Dubé on Monday about whether he'll issue a directive to create more formal rules around how police deal with journalists, Goodale would only say that "we take the freedom of the press in this country ...

Mentioned by Globalnews.ca Politicians compete in a game of West Block Trivia With another year of political theatre behind us, The West Block invited Liberal MP Rodger Cuzner, Conservative MP Lisa Raitt and NDP MP Matthew Dubé into the studio to see how closely they've been paying attention. The lively round of political trivia ...

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-201 An Act to amend the Payments in Lieu of Taxes Act (independent assessment)

Mentioned by CBC.ca Matthew Dubé only member of NDP's 'McGill 4' re-elected in 2015 Matthew Dubé is the only New Democrat left standing out of the "McGill Four" group of young Quebec MPs elected when the "orange wave" swept la belle province four years ago. Mylène Freeman, Laurin Liu and Charmaine Borg were defeated Monday night ...

Mentioned by Montreal Gazette Matthew Dubé the only McGill-student-turned-NDP-MP returning to Ottawa File photo: Matthew Dubé, left, the NDP incumbent who was re-elected in the Beloeil-Chambly riding, and Laurin Liu, the NDP incumbent in the Rivière-des-Milles-Îles riding who lost in Monday's election, in Parc La Fontaine in August 2015. Allen McInnis ...

Mentioned by Globalnews.ca Federal Election 2015: Beloeil-Chambly riding Summary: This is an updated version of the Chambly-Borduas riding, where NDP MP Matthew Dubé was elected in the orange wave of 2011. He will once again face the man he ousted to take the riding, the Bloc Québécois' Yves Lessard. Boundaries: This ...

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-658 An Act respecting the development of a national strategy to reduce the incidence of concussions in amateur sport

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-650 An Act to amend the Payments in Lieu of Taxes Act (independent assessment)