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  • His favourite word is money.

Conservative MP for Beauce (Québec)

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

Today

Posted on Twitter My pleasure! https://t.co/W5oILaTxiO

Posted on Twitter The economy isn’t slow because the government isn’t spending enough of your money. We’ve got… https://t.co/GXEohGvmDZ

Posted on Twitter RT: Blame Montreal’s airport folly on a broken management model https://t.co/XcstzSwHt0 #cdnpoli

Posted on Twitter Borrowing and spending are no solutions. There is just one word to accurately describe Keynesianism: Nonsense. https://t.co/MuA2AkmeA7

Posted on Twitter Borrowing and spending are no solutions. There is just one word to accurately describe Keynesianism: Nonsense.… https://t.co/JcDMPQ6G7t

Posted on Twitter Emprunter et dépenser ne sont pas des solutions Le Keynésianisme, c’est absurde. #polcan https://t.co/jqFco47cnN

This week

Didn't vote on Vote #108 on Bill C-232 Amend the Excise Act, 2001 (spirits)

Didn't vote on Vote #107 on Bill C-229 Amend the Criminal Code and the Corrections and Conditional Release Act and to make related ...

Didn't vote on Vote #106 on Bill C-221 Amend the Criminal Code (sports betting)

Didn't vote on Vote #105 That the Standing Committee on Finance be instructed to undertake a study to prepare and bring in a ...

Mentioned by Bloomberg Canada MP Bernier: Canada-EU Trade Deal Will Go Ahead Canadian Conservative MP and party leadership hopeful, Maxime Bernier speaks about the Liberals' fiscal spending plans and why he agrees with Prime Minister Trudeau's push for a UN Security Council Seat. He speaks on The Daily Brief. (Source: ...

Didn't vote on Vote #104 on Bill C-2 Amend the Income Tax

Mentioned by Calgary Sun Libertarian to the Max First posted: Monday, September 19, 2016 04:41 PM MDT | Updated: Monday, September 19, 2016 09:01 PM MDT. Maxime Bernier Conservative MP Maxime Bernier speaks at the 2016 Canadian Telecom Summit in Toronto June 7, 2016. (THE CANADIAN ...

Mentioned by bnn.ca Maxime Bernier vows to abolish capital gains tax TORONTO -- Canada needs to scrap the capital gains tax and slash corporate taxes as a way to enhance economic growth, Conservative leadership hopeful Maxime Bernier said Tuesday. In a speech to a business audience, the Quebec MP outlined what he ...

Mentioned by Ottawa Sun Libertarian to the Max First posted: Monday, September 19, 2016 06:41 PM EDT | Updated: Monday, September 19, 2016 11:01 PM EDT. Maxime Bernier Conservative MP Maxime Bernier speaks at the 2016 Canadian Telecom Summit in Toronto June 7, 2016. (THE CANADIAN ...

A week ago

Mentioned by Toronto Star Uninspiring field in Tory leadership race: Hébert When the party gathered for a national convention last spring, most of the delegates were not ready to commit to then-declared candidates Maxime Bernier, Kellie Leitch or Michael Chong. Many were convinced more compelling aspirants were still to come.

Mentioned by Huffington Post Canada Marc Emery Endorses Maxime Bernier For Conservative Leader Quebec MP Maxime Bernier, whose campaign is built around libertarian principles, won over notorious British Columbia-based marijuana activist Marc Emery on Wednesday. A spokesperson for Bernier's campaign says it is another example of the big tent ...

More than three months ago

Spoke in the House on Budget Implementation Act, 2016, No. 1. Mr. Speaker, I am pleased to take part in today's debate on the budget. I would like to point out that the Liberals confirmed in their ...

Spoke in the House on Aerospace Industry Mr. Speaker, as the government is preparing to give $1 billion in financial assistance to Bombardier, Bombardier is preparing to outsource even more jobs. Everybody knows ...

Spoke at the Industry committee on Overview of the Activities of the Organisations under Innovation, Science and Economic ... Speaking of research aligned with the private sector, what concerns or requests do you hear from business people on a regular basis? What would they like ...

Spoke in the House on Points of Order Mr. Speaker, earlier, I asked the chair of the Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology a question. In the House, when the person to whom ...

Spoke in the House on Air Transportation Mr. Speaker, during the election campaign, the Liberals promised to raise the bar on transparency, but yesterday there was a dramatic turn of events. The Liberal ...

Spoke at the Industry committee on Overview of the Activities of the Organisations under Innovation, Science and Economic ... Thank you, Mr. Richards. Mr. Goldstein, I would first like to congratulate you for managing the restructuring of the Canadian Tourism Commission, which is now called ...

Spoke at the Industry committee on Overview of the Activities of the Organisations under Innovation, Science and Economic ... That is important to know, because if our colleagues in the governing party agree to our motion, we will be able to ask the right people ...

Spoke in the House on The Economy Mr. Speaker, we are only about 100 days in and the Liberal Party and the Minister of Finance have broken another election promise. We were supposed ...

Spoke in the House on The Economy Mr. Speaker, the plan was a small $10-billion deficit. Now, we are talking $25 billion or $30 billion. Where will it end? Why sink future generations ...

Spoke in the House on Natural Resources Mr. Speaker, two weeks ago, Denis Coderre was not speaking for Quebeckers when he opposed energy east. According to a new poll, Quebeckers consider pipelines to ...

Spoke in the House on Finance Mr. Speaker, I am disappointed because this government has already broken three important promises it made to Canadians and future generations. This government is in denial. ...

Spoke at the Industry committee on Thursday, May 2nd Thank you, Mr. Chair. I am pleased to be here with you this afternoon. This is an opportunity to speak about my portfolio, small business and ...

Spoke at the Procedure and House Affairs committee on Report of the Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for British Columbia 2012, Main ... Thank you, Mr. Chair. I'm very pleased to be with you today. I want to thank the committee for agreeing to listen to me. The reason ...