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Impact Assessment Act   Conservative government. To be clear, the orientation of our government cannot be more different from that of Mr. Stephen Harper, the previous prime minister. We accept the science that the climate is changing. We have unmuzzled scientists. We have put a price on carbon pollution. We have

February 14th, 2018House debate

Arif ViraniLiberal

Business of Supply   took from taxpayers in this country to help cover the cost of his vacation must be paid back if he is truly sorry. If the Prime Minister had simply followed the very clear rules set out in the Conflict of Interest Act, taxpayers would not have been stuck with the bill to begin

February 6th, 2018House debate

Rachael HarderConservative

Canada Elections Act   across the way say they did not do it. I can recall when former prime minister Stephen Harper would go to British Columbia for summer barbeques. The good news is that if people attended the barbeque, they could watch the prime minister walk into the big white tent. They could not go

February 9th, 2018House debate

Kevin LamoureuxLiberal

The Environment   into environmental assessments, where they should not be. I have to say that my final question to the Minister of Environment was whether she could assure this House that she would keep these offshore boards out of environmental assessment. Her answer was not very clear on October 20

February 8th, 2018House debate

Elizabeth MayGreen

Business of Supply   to export markets, which the former Stephen Harper government failed to do. Now the Conservative Party is trying to cause discontent and create a wedge issue. However, the government is on the right track and it has been over the last couple of years. It has clearly demonstrated

February 12th, 2018House debate

Kevin LamoureuxLiberal

Fisheries Act   parties seem to support the legislation. I am not perfectly clear on how the Conservatives will be voting, but I get the sense that they are not going to be supporting it. Maybe during questions and answers we might get some clarification on that. If the Conservatives want

February 13th, 2018House debate

Kevin LamoureuxLiberal

Business of Supply  Madam Speaker, because coastal communities in B.C. were very concerned about the effects of bitumen once it hits the oceans and marine environment, in 2011, as Islands Trust Council chair, I started writing letters to then prime minister Stephen Harper asking what the science

February 12th, 2018House debate

Sheila MalcolmsonNDP

Business of Supply   have a responsibility to hold the government to account and ensure the government is acting in the best interest of Canadians. Not only do we know this, we welcome it. They do so by asking tough questions, by proposing amendments to legislation, or by voicing their clear opposition

February 6th, 2018House debate

Bardish ChaggerLiberal

Business of Supply  . Our government believes in consulting with Canadians, and we are certainly not going to try to stop a provincial government from doing the same. Let me be very clear. Any proposed regulation by the B.C. government to attempt to limit the flow of bitumen through the pipeline would

February 12th, 2018House debate

Amarjeet SohiLiberal

Business of Supply   contrast the six years in which I was in opposition when Stephen Harper was the prime minister, it is night and day. There were cuts during the Harper regime. Here we have seen literally hundreds of millions of dollars added. We have seen the reopening of offices, the hiring of hundreds

February 15th, 2018House debate

Kevin LamoureuxLiberal

Business of Supply   and their families. In August 2015, he said: For 10 years, Stephen Harper has been nickle-and-diming our veterans, lacking the respect and the support that Canadians have earned through service to country and that's something that we have to fix as a priority. He promised

February 15th, 2018House debate

Yasmin RatansiLiberal

Business of Supply  . It is within the purview of Parliament to insist that the Prime Minister meet a level of accountability, which he has not done because he has left Parliament and he has not answered these questions. However, to be clear, I have a problem with the Conservatives' argument that he should pay

February 6th, 2018House debate

Charlie AngusNDP

Business of Supply   for improvement. Would my colleague across the way not recognize that year over year, in terms of Conservative versus Liberal budgets, there are hundreds of millions of dollars more going to veterans today than there were under Stephen Harper.

February 15th, 2018House debate

Kevin LamoureuxLiberal

Ethics   that she has done, the quality of the work that the former ethics commissioner did, that is their prerogative. Quite frankly, it is consistent with the approach that the Conservative government under Stephen Harper always had, which was to minimize, discard, and ignore the great work

February 14th, 2018House debate

Justin TrudeauLiberal

Senator Bert Brown   of Commerce, and member of the board of my riding association. In 2007, former prime minister Stephen Harper appointed Bert Brown to the Senate of Canada, three years after he took the most votes in Alberta's third senate election in 2004. Prior to his appointment, he spent 20 years

February 14th, 2018House debate

Kevin SorensonConservative