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Conservative MP for Charlesbourg—Haute-Saint-Charles (Québec)

Won his last election, in 2015, with 42% of the vote.

Three days ago

Spoke in the House on Block Parents of Canada Mr. Speaker, the iconic Block Parents of Canada is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2018. In communities of every region of Canada, this initiative is often ...

Voted Yes on Vote #369 on Bill C-57 Amend the Federal Sustainable Development

Voted Yes on Vote #368 Opposition Motion (Support for forestry workers)

This week

Voted Yes on Vote #367 Private Members' Business M-108 (Contribution of ranchers and farmers)

Voted Yes (against his party) on Vote #366 on Bill C-349 Amend the Criminal Code and to make consequential amendments to other acts (criminal organization)

Spoke in the House on Business of Supply Mr. Speaker, I would like to start with the basics. First, this is Canada. The people here in this House represent this country. We are a ...

Voted No on Vote #365 on Bill C-55 Amend the Oceans Act and the Canada Petroleum Resources

Two weeks ago

Mentioned by Huffington Post Canada Conservatives Say Canada Should Join US Ballistic Missile Defence Shield 10/04/2017 17:32 EDT | Updated 4 minutes ago. Lee Berthiaume, Canadian Press. Adrian Wyld/CP. Conservative MP Erin O'Toole talks to media outside the House of Commons as Tory MP Pierre Paul-Hus watches on June 20, 2017. ADVERTISEMENT ...

Mentioned by National Observer Time to join US ballistic missile defence: Conservatives Conservative MP Erin O'Toole talks to media outside the House of Commons on Parliament Hill, as Tory MP Pierre Paul-Hus looks on, in Ottawa on June 20, 2017. File photo by The Canadian Press/Adrian Wyld. Previous story. Federal Conservatives called ...

Spoke at the Public Safety committee on Bill C-21 Thank you, Mr. Chair. I'd like to pick up on the discretionary component. Currently, when it comes to air travel, the information is collected automatically. In ...

Spoke in the House on Public Safety Mr. Speaker, we have seen this story play out many times before. Once again, an act of terrorism has been committed by an individual who not ...

Three weeks ago

Spoke in the House on Petitions Mr. Speaker, some of my constituents are here in Ottawa today for the presentation of this petition. This petition has to do with employees of Montréal–Pierre ...

Spoke at the Public Safety committee on Briefing on the Road to Mental Readiness Program My experience was very different from how it is now, which is also true for some of my colleagues who are former police officers with over ...

Spoke in the House on Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Mr. Speaker, Quebec saw a record number of illegal asylum seekers cross the border this year. The number of people entering Canada illegally grows by the ...

Spoke in the House on International Trade Mr. Speaker, the Conservative Party is the party of free trade. Brian Mulroney and Stephen Harper negotiated the majority of Canada's current free trade agreements, including ...

A month ago

Spoke in the House on Marijuana Mr. Speaker, yesterday, the minister said that we have been debating the marijuana issue for two years, but the bill was only introduced in the spring. ...

Spoke in the House on Daniel Lafontaine Mr. Speaker, I am pleased to rise in the House today to honour a man who has dedicated his life to helping his fellow veterans, a ...

Spoke at the Public Safety committee on Election of Vice-Chairs I would like to go back to what Mr. Picard has just mentioned. Personally, I feel that it is very important to understand the border control ...

Two months ago

Mentioned by Medicine Hat News Motz named deputy shadow minister by Tory leader Conservative MP Glen Motz will work with shadow minister Pierre Paul-Hus, the Quebec MP for Charlesbourg — Haute Saint Charles. “I'm really looking forward to this appointment. I think my experience after 35 years will be a good fit, not only from a ...

Mentioned by National Observer Tories send Liberals a NAFTA olive branch, with strings attached Conservative MP Erin O'Toole talks to media outside the House of Commons on Parliament Hill, as Tory MP Pierre Paul-Hus looks on, in Ottawa on June 20, 2017. File photo by The ... NAFTA and the Canada-EU pacts were finalized by Liberal governments.

Mentioned by NorthBayNipissing.com Tories send NAFTA olive branch, with strings Conservative MP Erin O'Toole talks to media outside the House of Commons on Parliament Hill, as Tory MP Pierre Paul-Hus looks on, in Ottawa on June 20, 2017. Attack mode, says the Conservative Party's new foreign affairs critic, will not be the ...

Mentioned by Grand River Sachem Tories send NAFTA olive branch, with strings Conservative MP Erin O'Toole talks to media outside the House of Commons on Parliament Hill, as Tory MP Pierre Paul-Hus looks on, in Ottawa on June 20, 2017. Attack mode, says the Conservative Party's new foreign affairs critic, will ... Former ...

More than three months ago

Spoke at the National Defence committee on Canada`s Defence Policy Review Thank you, Mr. Chair. Hello, Minister Sajjan and gentlemen from National Defence. My first impression of the defence policy was quite positive. I can't say the ...

Spoke at the National Defence committee on Committee Business Very good. You've had quite a career, holding a variety of positions. You used to be a member of the Canadian Forces. You were also the ...

Spoke at the National Defence committee on Briefing by the Commissioner of the Communications Security Establishment Thank you, Mr. Chair. Hello, Mr. Plouffe and Mr. Galbraith. I'll try to be brief. There's a great deal of talk about privacy. You said that ...

Spoke at the National Defence committee on Supplementary Estimates (C) 2016-17: Vote 1c under Communications Security Establishment, Votes 1c ... Welcome, Mr. Sajjan, gentlemen. You made an announcement yesterday about the cadets who were the victims of a grenade blast in Valcartier. The initial basic amounts ...

Spoke at the National Defence committee on Suicide Mortality in the Canadian Armed Forces Thank you, Mr. Chair. My thanks to the brigadier general and the colonel for their remarks. I would like to go back to the primary causes ...