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Business of Supply   that the Harper government was in power, that government ran significant deficits. One of these deficits was among the largest in modern Canadian history. It was $56 billion for a single year. The Conservatives added $150 billion to the deficit during this period. The Canada child benefit

February 4th, 2019House debate

Rémi Massé

Finance committee   oil and gas investment is expected to increase by $56 billion, or 6%, in 2018. The U.S. alone will see an increase of about 15%. In contrast, Canadian oil and gas investment is expected to decrease from $45 billion down to $43 billion. For oil sands, investment is expected

September 25th, 2018Committee meeting

Ben Brunnen

Agriculture committee   and new technologies are making Canada's agricultural sector more efficient and increasing the value of products. With exports valued at $56 billion a year, Canada is the fifth-largest exporter of agricultural products in the world. More than half the value of primary agricultural

May 30th, 2018Committee meeting

Serge Buy

National Defence committee   talked about here, which is a project of $56 billion to $60 billion, and again, there are the fighters, which are the better part of another $20 billion. What is going to happen in a few years as we enter implementation on a number of very large projects, without investing a lot

May 29th, 2018Committee meeting

Patrick Finn

National Defence committee  Of all the ongoing defence procurement projects, the Canadian surface combatant project is the most expensive. The Department of National Defence estimates that it will cost between $56 billion and $60 billion to acquire those warships. What is the current state

May 29th, 2018Committee meeting

Yves RobillardLiberal

Natural Resources committee   the “other” oil and gas industry, the offshore—20 years ago. Since then, over $120 billion in value has been created through investments of about $56 billion. From this, Canadians have received over $30 billion in tax and royalties, and many thousands and thousands of high-paying jobs

May 1st, 2018Committee meeting

Jim Keating

National Volunteer Week   valued at $56 billion, or 2.6% of GDP. Despite all the numbers, we strongly believe that volunteering brings priceless value to our communities. In many rural communities across Canada, essential services ranging from health to culture and even education depend on volunteers

April 17th, 2018House debate

Christine MooreNDP

The Budget   of $56 billion claiming it was entirely due to financial turmoil. In fact, in part, it was also due to mismanagement with respect to fiscal instability and reduction of revenues coming into the government. Thereafter, economic conditions settled down and when the Conservatives left

March 19th, 2018House debate

John McKayLiberal

Natural Resources   know we lost at least $56 billion that could have gone from western Canada to the Maritimes, and specifically, New Brunswick. The prospects for energy workers in Canada have been grim. I am going to talk about New Brunswick. The Liberal government holds all 32 seats

February 1st, 2018House debate

Kevin WaughConservative

National Defence committee   in the past when we built our frigates, the type of investment involved there kind of dwarfs all other investments at $56 billion to $60 billion. Not all of that will go to the shipbuilding industry, but in a number of areas, as we get into implementation a few years from now

February 1st, 2018Committee meeting

Patrick Finn

International Trade committee  , get recommendations, interact with companies, and make payments. Our chief economist, Pierre Cléroux, is projecting that retail e-commerce sales will double to $56 billion by 2020, in large part from consumers living in an increasingly hyperconnected, high-speed world

November 6th, 2017Committee meeting

Shannon Glenn

Budget Implementation Act, 2017, No. 2   of disinvestment from energy companies alone has reached $56 billion. C.D. Howe is saying that business investment in Canada is at its worst level, compared to the U.S., in 25 years. It said to increase investment, we need “faster and more certain regulatory processes, affordable electricity

November 2nd, 2017House debate

Kelly McCauleyConservative

Natural Resources  Mr. Speaker, TransCanada was forced to abandon energy east after the Liberal government changed the rules halfway through the game. Foreign oil wins and who loses? Canadians. Canadians are losing big, $56 billion in energy projects have been cancelled, thanks to Liberal

October 6th, 2017House debate

Kevin WaughConservative

Finance committee   grasslands, superior genetics, a good climate, a fulsome supply of feed grains, tons of industry experience and know-how, and a world-class food safety system. Budget 2017's goal of growing Canada's agricultural exports from $56 billion to $75 billion by 2025 makes a lot of sense

October 6th, 2017Committee meeting

Casey Vander Ploeg

Finance committee  Thank you very much for the opportunity to appear and participate in this important hearing. Mining contributes approximately 3.5% to Canada's GDP. That was $56 billion in 2016. It directly employs 370,000 workers, and indirectly employs almost another 200,000. Proportionally

September 28th, 2017Committee meeting

Brendan Marshall