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Stephen Harper Conservative MP for Calgary Heritage (Alberta)

October 4th, 2016
House debate

Thomas Mulcair
NDP

Paris Agreement   the disappointment of many Canadians who voted Liberal thinking that they would get real change on a big subject like reducing in greenhouse gases, only to realize that what they got was Stephen Harper. Instead of keeping the promises they made to Canadians, the Liberals adopted the completely

December 2nd, 2016
House debate

Garnett Genuis
Conservative

Budget Implementation Act, 2016, No. 2   and the things government members have said. Let us be very clear about the record in this respect. We heard the parliamentary secretary again claim that Stephen Harper added over $150 billion to the national debt. That is a clear instance of dissonance between the realities and the comments

November 21st, 2016
House debate

Ed Fast
Conservative

Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement Implementation Act   there yet, but it is oh so close. I also want to thank former Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who had the foresight and courage to move ahead with negotiations at a time when many naysayers said that this could not be done. In fact, I recall during these negotiations, which I led

November 21st, 2016
House debate

Tracey Ramsey
NDP

Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement Implementation Act   in the European Union, while ensuring Canada's interests and sovereignty are protected. Canada and the European Union first entered into negotiations back in 2009 under Stephen Harper's Conservative government. In 2010, Canada signalled that the negotiations could soon be finished

October 4th, 2016
House debate

Charlie Angus
NDP

Paris Agreement   are going to work with first nations to get them off the diesel generators.” We can do so much to lessen our overall energy inputs. However, what I see is a government that came in and said that the Stephen Harper targets were false targets. We all know that. We know that the past

December 1st, 2016
House debate

Anthony Housefather
Liberal

Business of Supply   the hon. member, given that the statement the Prime Minister made was very similar to the statement Stephen Harper made about King Abdullah, why he feels it necessary to condemn the statement of the current prime minister when he did not condemn Stephen Harper's statement on King

November 17th, 2016
House debate

Kevin Lamoureux
Liberal

Canada Pension Plan   seniors. Indeed, the Conservatives could have done a whole lot more. In fact, for many years I sat in the opposition benches and listened to provinces calling for strong national leadership on the CPP. The Stephen Harper Conservative government continued to turn a deaf ear to what many

October 21st, 2016
House debate

Kevin Lamoureux
Liberal

Canada Pension Plan   to be increased, but the feds were not interested. The feds at that time, with Prime Minister Stephen Harper, said that they were not interested. The former prime minister had no interest in increasing the CPP. In fact, he was quite prepared to see individual provinces go alone

October 3rd, 2016
House debate

Peter Van Loan
Conservative

Canadian Heritage  Mr. Speaker, when the previous Conservative government proposed to change the national anthem, we told Canadians about it in a throne speech and invited their feedback. We received it loud and clear. They told us to keep our hands off their national anthem. Stephen Harper

November 21st, 2016
House debate

Chrystia Freeland
Liberal

Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement Implementation Act   this deal done. Canada's strength is when we can work together across party lines, across this aisle, and pass the ball from one government to another and finally get it over the finish line. I would like to personally recognize the leadership of the former prime minister, Stephen Harper

November 28th, 2016
House debate

Kevin Lamoureux
Liberal

Canada Pension Plan  Madam Speaker, the member across the way is quite wrong in his assessment. First, the member needs to realize that the Liberal Party platform recognized that what Stephen Harper did when he was prime minister and decided, when overseas, to increase the age of retirement from 65

November 14th, 2016
House debate

Gord Johns
NDP

Canada Pension Plan   for their retirement worsened considerably under the Stephen Harper government. Could my colleague explain to the House what lessons that party learned from those failures?

November 23rd, 2016
House debate

Todd Doherty
Conservative

International Trade   the costly and longest trade disagreement with our major trading partner, because Stephen Harper had a vision for Canada and a plan for the economy. Those Liberal members stood in the way of high quality, well-paying jobs, jobs that my constituents depend on. It is no wonder we do

November 21st, 2016
House debate

Luc Berthold
Conservative

Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement Implementation Act   by the Minister of International Trade. My colleagues talked about all the work that led up to this economic and trade agreement between Canada and the European Union. They spoke about the difficulties encountered and the work done under the leadership of former prime minister Stephen Harper