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  • His favourite word is overdose.

Liberal MP for Coquitlam—Port Coquitlam (B.C.)

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

Two days ago

Mentioned by New Kerala Baloch delegates urge Canadian Govt. to help stop genocide in Balochistan Vancouver [Canada], November 18 : A Baloch delegation under the leadership of Professor Naela Quadri Baloch has urged the Canadian Government to help stop genocide in Balochistan. The delegation met Canadian Member of Parliament Ron McKinnon ...

Mentioned by WION Baloch delegates urge Canadian government to help stop genocide in Balochistan A Baloch delegation under the leadership of Professor Naela Quadri Baloch has urged the Canadian Government to help stop the genocide in Balochistan. The delegation met Canadian Member of Parliament Ron McKinnon on Friday. They reportedly ...

Mentioned by Business Standard Baloch delegates urge Canadian Govt. to help stop genocide in Balochistan The delegation met Canadian Member of Parliament Ron McKinnon on Friday. They reportedly discussed the role of the Canadian government in attempting to stop the ongoing Baloch genocide and infiltration of state sponsored religious terrorist groups in ...

This week

Posted on Twitter One of many important causes to recognize on #NationalPhilanthropyDay. https://t.co/veZU1cKUaK

Posted on Twitter Great news. #progress https://t.co/0kqjSBbIC2

A week ago

Posted on Twitter We're committed to promoting the rights of women at home and abroad by ensuring they have equal access to quality h… https://t.co/GjBYtTDDIU

Spoke at the Health committee on Antimicrobial Resistance Thank you, Chair. In our discussions with witnesses speaking to us in regard to medical uses, what came up over and over was the need for ...

Spoke in the House on Cannabis Act Madam Speaker, I am pleased to rise today to speak in support of Bill C-45, an act respecting cannabis and to amend the Controlled Drugs and ...

Posted on Twitter Hearing from the @chickenfarmers as part of a study on antimicrobial resistance at The House of Commons Standing Co… https://t.co/I6Cz8i5Wvu

Posted on Twitter The House of Commons Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights is turning to Canadians as we commence a study… https://t.co/5p7ZqI7W1d

Spoke at the Justice committee on Bill C-51 Thanks, Chair. I actually questioned Professor Benedet on this, and I certainly share the concern. That's where the questioning came from. However, I have talked about ...

Voted No on Vote #395 on Bill C-346 Amend the Firearms Act (licences)

Voted No on Vote #394 on Bill C-325 Amend the Canadian Bill of Rights (right to housing)

Voted Yes on Vote #393 Private Members' Business M-132 (Federally funded health research)

Voted Yes on Vote #392 Private Members' Business M-126 (Portuguese Heritage Month)

Voted Yes on Vote #391 on Bill C-63 A second Act to implement certain provisions of the budget tabled in Parliament on March ...

Posted on Twitter Walking in solidarity against gender-based violence #starttheconversation #hopeonthehill #cdnpoli @TriCityTS… https://t.co/1eKgDMzoOW

Two weeks ago

Spoke at the Health committee on Antimicrobial Resistance Thank you, Chair. I'm going to take refuge in information systems. A lot of what I'm hearing is that we need this overarching coordination mechanism. We ...

Spoke in the House on Health Mr. Speaker, I was saddened to read today that the leader of the official opposition has adopted Stephen Harper's approach to the opioid crisis. He is ...

Spoke in the House on Canadian Patient Safety Week Mr. Speaker, the third leading cause of death, behind cancer and heart disease, is patient safety incidents, with just under 28,000 deaths across Canada. This is ...

Three weeks ago

Spoke at the Justice committee on Bill C-51 Thank you, Chair. I'll start with Ms. Bromwich. One of the things that's provided by subsection 176(1) is the protection of religious leaders on their way ...

Spoke at the Justice committee on Bill C-51 I'm going to move on. There is provision for counsel for the complainant in the process of admissibility hearings. It has been suggested that this is ...

A month ago

Spoke at the Justice committee on Bill C-51 Thank you, Chair. In regard to proposed subsection 278.92(1) which seems to be the subject of the bulk of this discussion, Ms. Davies from the previous ...

Spoke in the House on Bahá'u'lláh Mr. Speaker, this weekend, Bahá’is in Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam celebrated the 200th anniversary of the birth of Bahá'u'lláh, the prophet founder of the Bahá’i faith. ...

Spoke in the House on Criminal Code Mr. Speaker, I am pleased to speak today in favour of Bill C-46, an act to amend the Criminal Code (offences relating to conveyances) and to ...

Spoke at the Health committee on Development of a National Pharmacare Program Thank you, Chair. Mr. Frank, the picture emerging in my mind is one of a universal national plan that's single-payer in the manner of the Canada ...

Spoke at the Justice committee on Bill C-51 Thanks, Chair. I'm interested in talking about section 176 as well. Mr. Nicholson asked some very good questions, and I appreciate your answers. I thought they ...

Spoke in the House on Health Mr. Speaker, the B.C. Coroners Service announced last week that the province's death toll from suspected overdose now stood at 1,013, more than the entire number ...

Mentioned by Hill Times China denied travel visa to Liberal MP McKinnon, vice-chair of the Canada-China Legislative Association B.C. Liberal MP Ron McKinnon's travel visa application for China was denied for not providing detailed education, international travel and work information. China declined to grant travel visas to Liberal MP Ron McKinnon and Conservative MP Candice ...

Mentioned by Hill Times China denied travel visa to Liberal MP McKinnon, vice-chair of the Canada-China Legislative Association B.C. Liberal MP Ron McKinnon's travel visa application for China was denied for not providing detailed education, international travel and work information. China declined to grant travel visas to Liberal MP Ron McKinnon and Conservative MP Candice ...

Two months ago

Mentioned by The Lawyer's Daily Updated: Liberals drop controversial height restriction on homegrown pot plants His concern about using the criminal law to limit the visibility of plants was echoed by Liberal MP Ron McKinnon. “That seems to be something that the provinces might be better placed to regulate,” McKinnon told the committee. Former Liberal Justice ...

Spoke in the House on Export and Import Permits Act Mr. Speaker, notwithstanding the member's concern over domestic implications here, we have been firmly assured there would be no such implications to domestic users. Canada has, ...

Spoke in the House on Terry Fox Mr. Speaker, 37 years ago, Terry Fox ended his Marathon of Hope. On September 17, along with runs in communities all across Canada, Port Coquitlam hosted ...

More than three months ago

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-224 An Act to amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (assistance — drug overdose)