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  • His favourite word is benefits.

Conservative MP for Brantford—Brant (Ontario)

Won his last election, in 2015, with 41% of the vote.

Yesterday

Voted Yes on Vote #897 on Bill C-79 Implement the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership between Canada, Australia, Brunei, Chile, Japan, ...

Posted on Twitter Pleasure to hear testimony from @DNDCF_Ombudsman one last time. Wishing you all the best on a well earned retiremen… https://t.co/yZYURanW7Q

Two days ago

Mentioned by Brantford Expositor Veteran continued serving community Second World War veteran Derek Pite, who died at Brantford General Hospital on Friday at 97, was a devoted family man and military heritage booster. Brantford-Brant MP Phil McColeman said he will always remember Mr. Pite's smile and upbeat approach to ...

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, ...

Spoke in the House on Veterans Affairs Mr. Speaker, yesterday we learned that the Liberal government was excluding ill and injured veterans from its job placement program. The minister claimed it was not ...

Spoke in the House on Veterans Mr. Speaker, the National Council of Veteran Associations has confirmed that the Liberals have betrayed veterans and that veteran Sean Bruyea was right all along. The ...

Posted on Twitter @SeamusORegan One of the documents - a briefing note dated July 4, '17 and prepared in advance of last spring's rel… https://t.co/3yPMoZLELq

Posted on Twitter This was a deliberate decision by the @JustinTrudeau government to exclude ill and injured veterans. https://t.co/oZ6hk4VAgB

Spoke at the Finance committee on Pre-Budget Consultations in Advance of the 2019 Budget Thank you, witnesses, for being here. Mr. Bourque, in your comments you mentioned three words, which I wrote down—about the affordability of real estate, the first-time ...

Spoke in the House on Veterans Mr. Speaker, while our veterans have faced the most unimaginable of horrors, our Prime Minister cannot stomach the truth of those horrors. For veterans, PTSD is ...

Posted on Twitter https://t.co/wVID7rQLMO

Three weeks ago

Spoke in the House on Veterans Affairs Mr. Speaker, let me say what is shameful. It is shameful that it took 29 days for the minister and the Prime Minister to get back ...

Posted on Twitter Tori Stafford was 8 when she was stolen, driven to a field and raped repeatedly while Lynne McClintic stood watch.… https://t.co/fIBzgpMuSE

Posted on Twitter No! #cdnpoli https://t.co/KPAAB20yIN

Spoke in the House on Veterans Affairs Mr. Speaker, the minister continues to defend the indefensible on the Garnier case. Catherine Campbell was brutally murdered, put into a compost bin and dumped under ...

Spoke in the House on Business of Supply moved: That, given the Prime Minister has told veterans that they are “asking for more than we are able to give”, the House call on the ...

Spoke in the House on Veterans Affairs Mr. Speaker, when asked why veterans cannot access benefits meant for them, the minister told veterans, “When you prepay at the pump, you put in 80 ...

Spoke at the Finance committee on Pre-Budget Consultations in Advance of the 2019 Budget I'm not a permanent member of this committee, although I used to be at the start of this Parliament. I'm filling in today. Having gone through ...

Spoke in the House on Veterans Affairs Mr. Speaker, here is what we know in this House today. The Prime Minister will not stand up and answer the question about the murderer who ...

Two months ago

Mentioned by CHAT News Today Political outrage over Veterans Affairs' decision to fund murderer's PTSD help "This is an absolute travesty as far as I'm concerned," federal Conservative shadow critic Phil McColeman said Wednesday. He called on Veterans Affairs Minister Seamus O'Regan to "please step in now and address this outrage," while another Conservative ...

Mentioned by Manitoba Post Outrage Over Veterans Affairs Paying for PTSD Help of a Man Who Murdered a Police Officer "This is an absolute travesty as far as I'm concerned," federal Conservative shadow critic Phil McColeman said Wednesday. He called on Veterans Affairs Minister Seamus O'Regan to "please step in now and address this outrage," while another Conservative ...

Mentioned by The Sudbury Star Political outrage over Veterans Affairs' decision to fund murderer's PTSD help “This is an absolute travesty as far as I'm concerned,” federal Conservative shadow critic Phil McColeman said Wednesday. He called on Veterans Affairs Minister Seamus O'Regan to “please step in now and address this outrage,” while another Conservative ...

Mentioned by CBC.ca Veterans Affairs stands by policy paying for PTSD help for murderer who never served MP Phil McColeman, the Conservatives' critic for Veterans Affairs, says the decision to extend benefits to Garnier is 'just outrageous.' (Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press). McColeman is calling on Veterans Affairs Minister Seamus O'Regan to intervene.

Mentioned by iPolitics.ca Outrage grows over Veterans Affairs' decision to fund murderer's PTSD help “This is an absolute travesty as far as I'm concerned,” federal Conservative shadow critic Phil McColeman said Wednesday. He called on Veterans Affairs Minister Seamus O'Regan to “please step in now and address this outrage,” while another Conservative ...

More than three months ago

Spoke at the Veterans Affairs committee on Needs and Issues Specific to Indigenous Veterans and Briefing on the Needs ... Thank you first for being here, and thank you for your testimony today before the committee. It's appreciated. Mr. Dubé, you said in your comments that ...

Spoke at the Veterans Affairs committee on Needs and Issues Specific to Indigenous Veterans Well, it's great to have you back. Thank you for your testimony, Mr. Thibeau. First of all, I'd like to understand a little bit more of ...

Spoke at the Veterans Affairs committee on Needs and Issues Specific to Indigenous Veterans Committee members, this is the second half of our meeting and we're welcoming two more witnesses for this first day of our study. First, I would ...

Spoke at the Veterans Affairs committee on Barriers to Transition and Measurable Outcomes of Successful Transition There could be unanimous consent in the House of Commons to accept it. That could happen. The other thing that Mr. Clarke has been advocating for, ...

Spoke at the Veterans Affairs committee on Supplementary Estimates (C), 2017-18: Votes 1c and 5c under Department of Veterans ... Thank you for being here, Minister. In a report—I have a copy of it here and I'd be glad to share it with you—in The Globe ...

Spoke at the Veterans Affairs committee on Barriers to Transition and Measurable Outcomes of Successful Transition Okay, thank you. I want to move on to Ms. McIntyre. Recently there's been one private member's bill and one other motion put on the floor ...