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NDP MP for Esquimalt—Saanich—Sooke (B.C.)

Won his last election, in 2015, with 35% of the vote.

A week ago

Posted on Twitter See previous tweet where I failed to mention mitigating factors: being w. my handsome &charming partner of 16 yrs & 2 great dogs #sailingnow

Posted on Twitter Wondering how someone who lived here virtually all their life ends up in Friday afternoon two sailing wait back to #yyj #notbestplan #30tho

Two weeks ago

Posted on Twitter @island_cynic Liberals have simply re packaged same non action plan for #SRKW that Cons put forward two years ago... No funding & no action

Three weeks ago

Posted on Twitter Honoured to be part of the 24th annual Canadian Peacekeepers Memorial Ceremony at the BC Leg tonight https://t.co/e6L0gmGEae

Posted on Twitter The boys: Niko at 17 weeks and Raja at 9 years and still wondering why Niko is still here https://t.co/GbL3CA7JTA

A month ago

Mentioned by The Globe and Mail Anti-terrorism law: Why the Liberals aren't living up to vow to amend it New Democrat MP Randall Garrison is putting together a bill aimed at repealing anti-terrorism measures brought in by the Conservative government a year ago. Mr. Garrison says the Liberal government is moving too slowly on its election promise to soften ...

Posted on Twitter @SarahEMcBride but some of us just think you look fabulous! Not to mention being a moving speaker as well...

Mentioned by Prince George Citizen NDP's Garrison will table bill to repeal C-51 OTTAWA - A New Democrat MP says he will table a private member's bill at the earliest opportunity to repeal controversial anti-terrorism measures. NDP public safety critic Randall Garrison, MP for Esquimalt-Saanich-Sooke, says the legislation known as ...

Mentioned by Whistler Question NDP's Garrison will table bill to repeal C-51 ... MP says he will table a private member's bill at the earliest opportunity to repeal controversial anti-terrorism measures — accusing the Trudeau government of moving too slowly on planned reforms. NDP public safety critic Randall Garrison says the ...

Mentioned by Sudbury.com NDP MP will table bill to repeal C-51, says Liberals are dragging feet on reform ... MP says he will table a private member's bill at the earliest opportunity to repeal controversial anti-terrorism measures — accusing the Trudeau government of moving too slowly on planned reforms. NDP public safety critic Randall Garrison says the ...

Mentioned by www.muskokaregion.com/ NDP MP will table bill to repeal C-51 OTTAWA — A New Democrat MP says he will table a private member's bill at the earliest opportunity to repeal controversial anti-terrorism measures. NDP public safety critic Randall Garrison says the legislation known as Bill C-51 severely compromised ...

Mentioned by Ottawa Citizen @Kady's Watchlist for July 27 – Remember all those rallies against C-51? New Democrat MP Randall Garrison certainly hopes so, as he's readying the paperwork to launch a backbench bid to roll back the controversial 215 counter-terror bill, which boosted the powers of Canada's security and intelligence agencies to monitor and ...

Three months ago

Voted No on Vote #103 on Bill C-14 Amend the Criminal Code and to make related amendments to other Acts (medical assistance in ...

Didn't vote on Vote #102 on Bill C-14 Amend the Criminal Code and to make related amendments to other Acts (medical assistance in ...

Didn't vote on Vote #101 on Bill C-223 Establish the Canadian Organ Donor Registry and to coordinate and promote organ donation throughout Canada

Voted Yes on Vote #100 on Bill C-210 Amend the National Anthem Act (gender)

Voted No on Vote #99 on Bill C-20

Spoke in the House on National Defence Mr. Speaker, everyone agrees we need to replace the CF-18s. However, sole-sourced procurement is costly, bad for accountability and often ends up taking even longer to ...

Spoke in the House on National Defence Mr. Speaker, during the campaign, the Liberals said that they would not purchase the F-35, but right after being elected, they said maybe yes, maybe no. ...

Spoke in the House on Public Service Labour Relations Act I did see him in the precinct today, Madam Speaker. He now works for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, so he is ...

Spoke in the House on Criminal Code Mr. Speaker, I am very glad to have the opportunity to finally speak to the bill at report stage, although, as I just said in my ...

Spoke at the National Defence committee on Briefing of Reserves 2000 on the Reserve Force of the Canadian Army ... Thank you very much, Mr. Chair. Thank you to the witnesses for appearing today. I also want to thank you for your service to Canada, and ...

Spoke in the House on Life Means Life Act Mr. Speaker, I am not going to say that I am pleased to rise this afternoon to discuss Bill C-229, but rather that I am surprised ...

Spoke in the House on Public Safety Mr. Speaker, after voting in favour of Bill C-51, the Conservatives' dangerous and ineffective spy bill, the Liberals changed their tune during the election, when they ...

Spoke in the House on Privilege Mr. Speaker, I rise on the same and a related question of privilege. In the House, one of the privileges that we observe is to accept ...

More than three months ago

Spoke in the House on Copyright Act Mr. Speaker, I rise on a point of order. I was very pleased this morning that the Minister of Justice introduced Bill C-16, which would guarantee ...

Spoke at the National Defence committee on Canada and the Defence of North America Thanks to the witnesses for appearing today and particular thanks for the comprehensive look at our presence in the Arctic. I am going to take the ...

Spoke at the National Defence committee on Canada and the Defence of North America Thank you. I'm going to give that to the witnesses, of course. I was going to ask about the Arctic, but the parliamentary secretary asked my ...

Spoke at the Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee on Briefing with the Office of the Auditor General of Canada and Briefing ... It's good to see Mr. Sapers and Mr. Zinger again. As the NDP public safety critic and vice-chair of the public safety committee, I've had the ...

Spoke at the National Defence committee on Canada and the Defence of North America I want to return to the ABM question here. We seem to have the Conservative government moving toward a reconsideration, and now there's some reason to ...

Spoke at the National Defence committee on Canada and the Defence of North America Thank you, Mr. Chair, and thank you to our witnesses for appearing today. This discussion we're having often centres on NORAD and the replacement of the ...

Spoke at the National Defence committee on Canada and the Defence of North America One of my concerns with the announcement of the review is that there is no indication of what the process is after the collection of the ...

Spoke at the National Defence committee on Canada and the Defence of North America One of the things I think the government is going to be grappling with is the linking of threat analysis to capability development within the Canadian ...

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-204 An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code (gender identity and gender expression)

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-698 An Act to amend the Navigation Protection Act (Tod Creek)

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-668 An Act to amend the Navigation Protection Act (Colquitz River)

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-667 An Act to amend the Navigation Protection Act (Sooke River)

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-609 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (critical infrastructure)

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-557 An Act to amend the Navigable Waters Protection Act (Vancouver Island)

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-509 An Act to amend the Navigable Waters Protection Act (Goldstream River)