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Conservative MP for Lanark—Frontenac—Kingston (Ontario)

Won his last election, in 2015, with 48% of the vote.

A month ago

Voted No on Vote #435 on Bill C-24 Amend the Salaries Act and to make a consequential amendment to the Financial Administration

Voted No on Vote #434 on Bill C-24 Amend the Salaries Act and to make a consequential amendment to the Financial Administration

Voted Yes on Vote #433 on Bill C-24 Amend the Salaries Act and to make a consequential amendment to the Financial Administration

Posted on Twitter Today I'll be moving a motion at the in-camera [not-public] M-103 mtg., that Ali Rizvi's proposal regarding anti-Mu… https://t.co/26mVeEzRaY

Spoke in the House on Canada Elections Act Someone suggested that the dinosaur connection is to the Conservatives, and I would point out that the Liberals at the time closely resembled trilobites. At that ...

Spoke in the House on Victims of Anti-Religious Violence Mr. Speaker, violence and bigotry against religious believers has no place in any society, but even Canada is not immune. On January 29 of this year, ...

Posted on Twitter His point: If public discomfort with the term 'Islamophobia' makes it harder to build the needed consensus against… https://t.co/9Knmvt3ZwN

Posted on Twitter Sikander Hashmi (Cdn Council of Imams), told the M-103 committee: "We understand Islamophobia to mean anti-Muslim h… https://t.co/mCQ7awv9EO

Voted No on Vote #432 on Bill C-58 Amend the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act and to make consequential amendments ...

Posted on Twitter I want to congratulate my long-time friend (and occasional opposing candidate) John Fenik on being elected Warden o… https://t.co/kpbmohgOBU

Posted on Twitter @Cheekster16 Thank you. I will see what, if anything, can be done to help.

Posted on Twitter Today the M-103 c’tee discusses recommendations. I will ask the c’tee to endorse my Private Member’s Motion M-153 t… https://t.co/OxQbPGgGK1

Two months ago

Voted No on Vote #431 on Bill C-58 Amend the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act and to make consequential amendments ...

Spoke at the Subcommittee on International Human Rights committee on Child Labour and Modern Slavery Thank you, Mr. Chair. I just want to respond to Dr. McQuade's reference to Milton Friedman and Milton Friedman's observation that the sole ethical responsibility of ...

Spoke at the Procedure and House Affairs committee on Creation of an Independent Commissioner Responsible for Leaders’ Debates Thank you very much, Mr. Chair. I have a series of questions, all of which stem from Mr. Perrault's excellent presentation. I thought it was one ...

Spoke at the Procedure and House Affairs committee on Creation of an Independent Commissioner Responsible for Leaders’ Debates I just want to ask this question. I think we're almost out of time. I'll direct it to Mr. Wells. We try to make officers of ...

Mentioned by Ganjapreneur Canadian Legalization Bill Passes House of Commons, Moves to Senate The support included leaders from the NDP, Green Party, and Conservative MP Scott Reid – despite an attempt by his party to send the measure to the Commons health committee for further study and delay. The Conservative attempt to kick the bill to the ...

Mentioned by Marijuana.com House of Commons Passes Marijuana Bill in Canada The final vote was 200 in favor and 82 against with bipartisan support from Green Party Leader Elizabeth May, Conservative MP Scott Reid, and votes from the New Democrats (NDP) as well. In a last minute Hail Mary effort to delay the bill, the ...

Mentioned by CBC.ca Federal marijuana legislation clears House of Commons, headed for the Senate The legislation was largely supported along partisan lines, although it secured the support of the NDP and Green Party Leader Elizabeth May. The final vote was 200 MPs in favour, with 82 against. Conservative MP Scott Reid voted for the bill after he ...

Spoke at the Procedure and House Affairs committee on Services and Facilities Provided to Members of Parliament with Young Children and ... Yes. I don't see how you'd get to certain things. You'd have to necessarily amend certain legislation, anything that affects financing for parties, for example, or ...

Mentioned by The Rebel Libertarian leader offers “right” approach to marijuana legalization It seems conservative politicians are at odds with the general public. Scott Reid was the only CPC MP to vote for Liberal Bill C-45, the legislation that will grant access to pot for those who have reached the age of majority by next summer. But ...

Spoke at the Canadian Heritage committee on Bill S-232 Thank you. The eighth is the best estimate. That's a Friday. If it was done, for the sake of argument, a couple of days earlier, we ...

Spoke at the Procedure and House Affairs committee on Creation of an Independent Commissioner Responsible for Leaders’ Debates Minister, first of all, I'm glad to have you here. In the event that the answer you were going to give pops up partway through my ...

Spoke at the Procedure and House Affairs committee on Private Members' Business, Supplementary Estimates (B) 2017-18: Vote 1b under House of ... Okay. I wanted to ask that question just to be sure. You provided a very complete response, but I felt I had to ask the question ...

Spoke in the House on Automated External Defibrillators Mr. Speaker, I want to start by thanking my colleague for introducing this very important motion. I want to thank the member for Abitibi—Témiscamingue who just ...

Spoke in the House on Cannabis Act Mr. Speaker, one the goals of the bill, the government tells us, is to try and keep marijuana out of the hands of young people. The ...

Mentioned by The Epoch Times MP Asks Trudeau to Seek Release of Canadian Detained in China OTTAWA—Conservative MP Scott Reid is hoping Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will raise the issue of a Canadian citizen detained in China during the APEC summit, following a “tradition” where Reid made a similar request when then-Prime Minister Jean ...

Spoke at the Canadian Heritage committee on Systemic Racism and Religious Discrimination Thank you to all of the witnesses for being here today. Just before I get to the questions, I want to make a suggestion to each ...

Mentioned by Macleans.ca Scott Reid: Taking democracy to the people If it weren't for an experiment in direct democracy, every public arena in Canada might not have an automated external defibrillator (AED) at the ready. Canadians can thank one of Tory MP Scott Reid's constituents for the idea—hatched during a ...

More than three months ago

Spoke in the House on Parks Canada Agency Act Mr. Speaker, an apology would absolutely be in order if I had used the word “idiot”, which I did not do, and I invite you to ...

Spoke in the House on Situation in Myanmar Madam Speaker, I will be dividing my time with the illustrious member for Durham. I want to divide my comments into three assertions. Assertion number one ...

Spoke in the House on Democratic Reform Mr. Speaker, yesterday we learned that the Liberal survey on electoral reform, MyDemocracy.ca, was a privacy nightmare. The Privacy Commissioner reports that the website automatically disclosed ...

Spoke in the House on Arnold Chan Mr. Speaker, on numerous occasions since learning of Arnold's passing, I thought of what the best way of summarizing him in his role as a parliamentarian ...

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-569 An Act respecting the procedure for the appointment and removal of the Governor General