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Conservative MP for Thornhill (Ontario)

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

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Posted on Twitter Andrew defies pollsters, reaps broad party support to snatch victory with 51 p/c on 13th ballot https://t.co/00sxl8qhhl

Posted on Twitter Class act: Maxime pledges support to Andrew. #CPC solidarity for 2019. https://t.co/wJ1Dg0zdtL

Posted on Twitter Proud of @MichaelChongMP #CPC candidacy, important policy contrib, strong finish. https://t.co/eQEkBkFGFU

Posted on Twitter Standing ovation in #CPC packed house for @RonaAmrose barnburner farewell. #TrueLeader https://t.co/0zCJUoG5ZU

Posted on Twitter @sunlorrie The two outrages choreographed by same terrorist source: Daesh. Not even basic facts of four attacks on Copts in Egypt in 6 mos.

Posted on Twitter While awaiting #CPCLeader result, a good read about reforming Cda's #Democracy. #Chong https://t.co/ihbyH2V3Hp

A week ago

Spoke in the House on Foreign Affairs Mr. Speaker, after 18 months of Liberal foot-dragging on Magnitsky sanctions, in the face of unanimous foreign affairs committee advice and the arrival in the House ...

Voted Yes on Vote #285 Private Members' Business M-64 (Italian Heritage Month)

Voted No on Vote #284 on Bill C-322 Amend the Railway Safety Act (road crossings)

Voted No on Vote #283 on Bill C-291 Amend the Food and Drugs Act (genetically modified food)

Voted No on Vote #282 on Bill C-4 Amend the Canada Labour Code, the Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act, the Public Service ...

Voted No on Vote #281 on Bill C-4 Amend the Canada Labour Code, the Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act, the Public Service ...

Spoke in the House on Business of Supply Madam Chair, at least four Canadian citizens are currently in different sorts of detention in China today: Chinese Canadian billionaire Xiao Jianhua, who was kidnapped from ...

Spoke in the House on Public Service Labour Relations Act Mr. Speaker, I will give my colleague a chance to address the matter of the secret ballot with my question. There seems to be a fairly ...

Spoke in the House on Foreign Affairs Mr. Speaker, in the war on terror, Canada most often follows the United States in designation of terrorist entities, such as al-Qaeda or successor groupings. The ...

Two weeks ago

Spoke in the House on Foreign Affairs Mr. Speaker, the foreign affairs committee study of Canada's sanctions regimes revealed shocking dysfunction and incapacity among government departments and agencies tasked with detecting and prosecuting ...

Spoke in the House on Ethics Mr. Speaker, I was going to ask about powerful new evidence that Canada's sanctions monitoring, compliance, and enforcement of criminal financial activity is dysfunctional, and the ...

Spoke in the House on Foreign Affairs Mr. Speaker, the Liberals promised that cozying up to Iran would get results, even though the Iranian regime boasts about funding terrorist proxies, has a rogue ...

Spoke in the House on Human Rights Mr. Speaker, many hundreds of Falun Dafa supporters assembled in front of Parliament today for the millions in China who have suffered since Jiang Zemin launched ...

Three weeks ago

Spoke at the Foreign Affairs committee on Order in Council Appointment of the Honourable Stéphane Dion to the Position ... Thank you, Chair, and welcome, Ambassador. Even as you begin your new assignment, China has appointed a new ambassador to Canada and Ambassador Lu Shaye is ...

Two months ago

Spoke at the Subcommittee on International Human Rights committee on Human Rights Situation in South Sudan Thank you, Mr. Chair. Thank you for the critically important work you do in the countries around South Sudan. I'd like to ask for your thoughts ...

Spoke at the Foreign Affairs committee on United States and Canadian Foreign Policy Thank you, Director Dawson. I'd love to give you an opportunity now to discuss the security and defence considerations that you didn't have time for in ...

Spoke at the Foreign Affairs committee on United States and Canadian Foreign Policy Thank you. Thanks to all of you for appearing today. In 2005 then foreign minister Pettigrew conveyed Canada's disinclination, its refusal, to join the ballistic missile ...

Spoke at the Foreign Affairs committee on The Situation in Eastern Europe and Central Asia 25 Years after the ... Thank you, Chair. Thanks to both of you for being with us again today. I'd like to start with a question sparked by your line about ...

Spoke at the Foreign Affairs committee on The Situation in Eastern Europe and Central Asia 25 Years after the ... Thank you, Chair. Thank you, Minister, for fitting our committee into what I know is a very busy schedule. I'd like to thank you for the ...

Spoke at the Foreign Affairs committee on Statutory Review of the Freezing Assets of Corrupt Foreign Officials Act and ... Chair, I think referring it to subcommittee is a waste of time. The window is short, the practice is traditional that a request would go out ...

Three months ago

Spoke at the Foreign Affairs committee on The Situation in Eastern Europe and Central Asia 25 Years after the ... To your remarks in the paper that you co-authored “Illusions versus Reality: Twenty-Five Years of U.S. Policy Towards Russia”, you and your co-authors stressed that the ...

More than three months ago

Mentioned by Canadian Architect New Bill will limit destruction and encourage rehabilitation of Canadian heritage buildings The Bill is seconded by Peter Kent, the Member of Parliament for Thornhill. Bill C-323 would seek to limit the destruction of Canada's heritage buildings, and instead encourage the rehabilitation of these culturally significant buildings. The tax ...

Mentioned by Canadian Architect New Bill will limit destruction and encourage rehabilitation of Canadian heritage buildings The Bill is seconded by Peter Kent, the Member of Parliament for Thornhill. Bill C-323 would seek to limit the destruction of Canada's heritage buildings, and instead encourage the rehabilitation of these culturally significant buildings. The tax ...

Mentioned by The Rebel MP Peter Kent on the UN's blacklisting of The Rebel (Full interview) MP Peter Kent is now the Foreign Affairs Critic for the Conservative opposition, but he was also Stephen Harper's longest serving Minister of the Environment. In that capacity, Kent attended a number of the UN's climate change conferences, so he was ...

Mentioned by The Rebel Peter Kent: UN's ban on Rebel journalists should be raised in Parliament Former Conservative Environment Minister Peter Kent knows first hand what UN climate conferences are like, so he was the perfect person to talk to about the United Nation's blacklisting of our journalists from the upcoming COP22 meeting in Marrakech.

Mentioned by Huffington Post Canada Tories Ask If Canada Will Vote For Human Rights Abusers At UN Tory MP Peter Kent and Liberal MP Pamela Goldsmith-Jones are shown in the House of Commons in 2016. (Photo: CP). Tory foreign affairs critic Peter Kent noted Canada will vote this month for the “sardonically-named” council. He bemoaned that the four ...

Mentioned by Huffington Post Canada Peter Kent: It's 'Concerning' Trudeau's Office Won't Criticize China Conservative MP Peter Kent speaks in the House of Commons on Feb. 24, 2016 in Ottawa. (Photo: Adrian Wyld/CP). Trudeau's press secretary Cameron Ahmad declined to answer last week when asked whether the prime minister trusted the Chinese justice ...