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Bloc MP for Terrebonne (Québec)

Won his last election, in 2015, with 33% of the vote.

Yesterday

Voted No on Vote #897 on Bill C-79 Implement the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership between Canada, Australia, Brunei, Chile, Japan, ...

A week ago

Posted on Twitter Le cimetière des échecs du Parti Libéral. Un peu d'humour pour l'Halloween. Mon équipe a décoré le bureau avec un c… https://t.co/c5RdiN1qjo

Two weeks ago

Didn't vote on Vote #896 on Bill C-79 Implement the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership between Canada, Australia, Brunei, Chile, Japan, ...

Didn't vote on Vote #895 on Bill C-79 Implement the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership between Canada, Australia, Brunei, Chile, Japan, ...

Didn't vote on Vote #894 on Bill C-79 Implement the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership between Canada, Australia, Brunei, Chile, Japan, ...

Didn't vote on Vote #893 on Bill C-79 Implement the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership between Canada, Australia, Brunei, Chile, Japan, ...

Three weeks ago

Posted on Twitter « Pour des raisons stratégiques et de sécurité évidentes, toutes les nations qui se respectent protègent leur indus… https://t.co/XFuA7tTC0B

A month ago

Posted on Twitter Enjeu central de la présente campagne électorale au Québec, la classe politique et les Québécois doivent obtenir de… https://t.co/pD0oCNM141

Posted on Twitter Un Québec pays possèdera sa propre force militaire. En collaboration avec les pays alliés, cette force sera déployé… https://t.co/0LfixUAmxK

Posted on Twitter #polcan #polqc https://t.co/TVtSZX2A8L

Posted on Twitter Un Québec pays bénéficiera de revenus plus que suffisants pour financer toutes les missions d’un État indépendant.… https://t.co/mneXsTtucT

More than three months ago

Spoke in the House on Questions Passed as Orders for Returns With regard to federal spending in the riding of Terrebonne, for each fiscal year since 2010–2011, inclusively: what are the details of all grants and contributions ...

Spoke in the House on Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Mr. Speaker, the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness announced the construction of new facilities in Lacolle to alleviate the current pressure on Quebec's resources. ...

Mentioned by Montreal Gazette Bloc Québécois dissidents won't return to party “Yesterday, I thought we went through a public trial of accusations only to be followed by an open hand for our return,” MP Michel Boudrias said Monday, visibly irked by Ouellet's attacks at the party general council meeting in Drummondville on Sunday.

Mentioned by Montreal Gazette Bloc Québécois dissidents won't return to party “Yesterday, I thought we went through a public trial of accusations only to be followed by an open hand for our return,” MP Michel Boudrias said Monday, visibly irked by Ouellet's attacks at the party general council meeting in Drummondville on Sunday ...

Spoke in the House on Public Services and Procurement Madam Speaker, in January, the government started negotiations with Davie on a contract for four icebreakers. This was the absolute minimum to make up for the ...

Spoke in the House on Public Services and Procurement Mr. Speaker, the negotiations between the Davie shipyard and the federal government regarding the conversion of ships have been dragging on because Ottawa cannot make up ...

Spoke in the House on Public Services and Procurement Speaking of icebreakers, Mr. Speaker, the clock is ticking for Quebec. The St. Lawrence needs icebreakers now, next year, and for many years to come. However, ...

Mentioned by iPolitics.ca Tories unveil bid to limit tax agency's power to deny disability credits as budget debate wraps up Also awaiting the collective verdict of the Chamber: Backbencher-driven initiatives to raise awareness of the dangers of distract driving (Liberal MP Doug Eyolfson), restore the per-vote subsidy (Bloc Quebecois MP Michel Boudrias) and require pre ...

Mentioned by Hill Times Let's reject the privatization of our democracy Liberals ought to vote in favour of Quebec MP Michel Boudrias's political financing bill to limit political influence of wealthy individuals and corporate interests. MP Michel Boudrias, with the breakaway Bloc Québécois caucus, has proposed a private ...

Spoke in the House on Canada Elections Act I suppose it is more of a right to wrap it up, Mr. Speaker. Does anyone know what percentage of Canadians support and have confidence in ...

Spoke in the House on The Budget Mr. Speaker, there is nothing in the budget for the 800 Davie workers who are out of a job, but a government that runs an $18-billion ...

Mentioned by CityNews Report says reviving political subsidies costs $44M per year, Liberals shut door The report follows a private member's bill introduced last fall by Bloc Quebecois MP Michel Boudrias that, if passed, would restore public funding for registered political parties in the form of a quarterly allowance of 44 cents per vote cast in the ...

Mentioned by CTV News Report says reviving political subsidies costs $44M per year, Liberals shut door The report follows a private member's bill introduced last fall by Bloc Quebecois MP Michel Boudrias that, if passed, would restore public funding for registered political parties in the form of a quarterly allowance of 44 cents per vote cast in the ...

Spoke in the House on Canada Elections Act moved that Bill C-364, An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act and to make a consequential amendment to another Act, be read the second time ...

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-364 An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act and to make a consequential amendment to another Act (political financing)

Spoke at the Public Safety committee on Bill C-22 Thank you, Mr. Chair. As a whole, the bill provides a mechanism whereby the appointment of members is the prerogative of the Prime Minister. Furthermore, there ...