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Stephen Harper Conservative MP for Calgary Heritage (Alberta)

June 7th, 2016
House debate

Joël Godin
Conservative

Budget Implementation Act, 2016, No. 1   that the worst debt-to-GDP ratio in Canada's history, 72%, was recorded in 1996 when the Liberals were in power? Do members know that the best debt-to-GDP ratio was recorded in 2009, when the Conservative government and economist Stephen Harper were in power? How can we trust a drama teacher

April 14th, 2016
Committee meeting

Charles Lammam

Finance committee  ” and to “encourage more Canadians to invest in their skills and to remain in Canada, where their talents will help build a stronger, more prosperous economy”. In 2006 Stephen Harper's Conservative government made a similar point in its economic plan. Unfortunately, since then marginal tax rates

June 14th, 2016
House debate

Catherine McKenna
Liberal

The Environment   to Preston Manning. “Conservatives profess to believe in markets. So why don’t conservatives major on how to harness markets to the environmental conversation, and make that their signature contribution.” Mark Cameron, former policy advisor to former prime minister Stephen Harper, said

June 18th, 2014
Committee meeting

Craig Scott
NDP

Procedure and House Affairs committee   in a parliamentary sense, partisan while engaging in parliamentary functions. For example, when I say “Stephen Harper” in my communications, in my householders, for example, that are allowed to go out, I'm talking about the Prime Minister of Canada, who happens also to be the leader of the party

February 28th, 2008
Committee meeting

Scott Reid
Conservative

Procedure and House Affairs committee   Harper, because I think it will help to get me re-elected if people are reminded that Stephen Harper is the leader of my party. I bill it to my campaign. I'm now in a position where I have to worry about whether Elections Canada is going to come along and say, “The people on the 401

May 30th, 2016
Committee meeting

Sylvie Boucher
Conservative

Official Languages committee  Thank you, Minister. Welcome to the Standing Committee on Official Languages. I notice a number of things. Over the past few years, under our Stephen Harper government, we saw the titles of Canadian heritage and official languages everywhere. Even under Paul Martin's government

May 16th, 2016
Committee meeting

Jordan Brennan

Natural Resources committee   fossil fuels. Renewable energy is only 2% right now. The single largest and most important fuel source is oil, and that's 33% of the global total. When Stephen Harper said that Canada was an energy superpower, he meant it in the context of world energy demand. We have the third

May 12th, 2016
Committee meeting

Ezra Levant

Information & Ethics committee   the other way. My analogy of Stephen Harper prosecuting the war in Afghanistan, I think, is very fitting. During that time, access to information was a major tool used by the Liberal opposition and others to enquire about the treatment of Taliban prisoners. That, surely, could have been

May 12th, 2016
Committee meeting

Ezra Levant

Information & Ethics committee   be grateful. Let me turn the clock back a few years. Imagine if it was the old administration and former prime minister Stephen Harper was the PM. During the extreme situation of the war in Afghanistan, imagine if someone at the Department of National Defence's access to information

June 22nd, 2016
Bill

Bill Morneau
Liberal

Bill C-15 An Act to implement certain provisions of the budget tabled in Parliament on March 22, 2016 and other measures

Regime (Bail-in) Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation Act Bank Act Consequential Amendments Financial Administration Act Winding-up and Restructuring Act Payment Clearing and Settlement Act Coming into Force Chief Executive Officer of the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation Office

May 3rd, 2016
Committee meeting

David Tilson
Conservative

Citizenship and Immigration committee   of this year. I'd like to quote from part of it. Essentially this clause will reinstate this man's citizenship, as outlined here: The plot by the al-Qaida-inspired Toronto 18 to detonate truck bombs, storm the CBC and the Canadian Parliament, and then behead prime minister Stephen Harper

May 3rd, 2016
Committee meeting

Catherine Edwards

Canadian Heritage committee   in an unbiased way on Stephen Harper as a young Reformer in the west, he was on community media in Calgary when I was the volunteer coordinator there. When Elizabeth May can't get on a big platform, she can go to community media. It's extremely important in a really media-concentrated

May 2nd, 2016
Committee meeting

John Mortimer

Human Resources committee   union cards—information they've never publicly released since then, because we've done such a good job of pointing out the truth of what's going on. When Mr. Yussuff said—last year, I think it was—that his research showed that most Canadians thought Stephen Harper had done a good

June 17th, 2015
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Employment  Mr. Speaker, I say it again. It is very clear in Statistics Canada's report: 1.2 million net new jobs since the end of the recession, overwhelmingly full-time, high-paying, in the private sector. It is the best record in the G7 by a considerable stretch. But we should not expect