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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

July 26th, 2016
Committee meeting

Professor Peter Russell

Electoral Reform committee  . In my book, Two Cheers for Minority Government, I take the minority governments we had from 1921 up until publication in 2006, and I do a profile. Mackenzie King had three. I go on and I do Diefenbaker's and Pearson's and King's and Clark's—a disaster that one—and Stephen Harper's

July 27th, 2016
Committee meeting

Dr. Leslie Seidle

Electoral Reform committee  I think it's an exaggeration if you refer to the Harper period. One of Stephen Harper's great achievement, or I should say perhaps the most notable achievement, was to be able to govern in a minority as if he had a majority.

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

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

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

March 25th, 2015
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

National Defence  The answer is no, Mr. Speaker, we are not. I thought we were clear on that yesterday, but I am glad to be clear on it again today. Let me be clear. Where we face organizations, as we do today in Iraq and Syria, that are establishing caliphates, large territorial areas from

March 24th, 2015
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Canadian Military Mission Against the Islamic State   the globe, including right here in Canada, as I am sure everyone remembers, and in one case, not far from the House of Commons. ISIL has made it clear that it targets, by name, Canada and Canadians. ISIL has made it clear that it targets by name Canada and Canadians. Why

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

June 17th, 2015
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

Ethics  Mr. Speaker, as the leader of the NDP knows very well, he is quoting from an RCMP report that thoroughly examined this matter. It was given access to all documents and was very clear that I knew nothing of this particular matter, unlike him, who signed all of the papers

June 17th, 2015
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

National Defence  Mr. Speaker, as I said, I found the general's comments offensive, inappropriate and completely unacceptable. Sexual misconduct, sexual harassment are unacceptable in any institution. We are all very clear on that. There is no excuse for it. The general did immediately apologize