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Oceans Act  ?” He also said that “we need specific plans for coastal areas of high industrial activity.” He added that “there is a lack of clear process for integrated coastal planning that leaves proponents to develop strategies in an information vacuum.” However, that information

September 29th, 2017House debate

Tom KmiecConservative

Venezuela   in this case. As Conservatives, when it comes to foreign policy our core conviction is that our approach to the world must start with a clear definition of our values and objectives, and that those values and objectives should reflect principled conviction. We reject the vagaries of post

September 26th, 2017House debate

Garnett GenuisConservative

Health  Mr. Speaker, the parliamentary budget officer confirmed in his report released today that the Liberal government's health transfers, much like Stephen Harper's, are inadequate and will not meet the needs of the provinces. That is exactly what the provinces have been saying

October 5th, 2017House debate

Guy CaronNDP

Business of Supply   the government, as many others did, to deal with the health care accord. I remember the ministers of Stephen Harper standing up and saying that they were contributing more money to health care transfers, which were at record highs, and all of that kind of stuff. In reality, it was a health

October 5th, 2017House debate

Kevin LamoureuxLiberal

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, there it is. The Liberal government will actually be increasing greenhouse gas emissions. The Prime Minister is fond of lecturing everyone else, but he is the process of following Stephen Harper's plan, on Stephen Harper's timeline, using Stephen Harper's targets

September 27th, 2017House debate

Thomas MulcairNDP

Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, Health Canada has been a fairly effective department over the last year and a half. When in opposition, my party objected to the fact that the Stephen Harper government chose not to renew the health care accord. What we have seen lately is a proactive government

October 5th, 2017House debate

Kevin LamoureuxLiberal

Act respecting the Federal Ombudsman for Victims of Criminal Acts   was in the basement of a restaurant in what is now the riding of Louis-Saint-Laurent when I spotted this brave woman, whom I had met during the election. She was accompanied by her leader, the Right Honourable Stephen Harper, the member for Bellechasse—Les Etchemins—Lévis, the member for Lévis

October 4th, 2017House debate

Gérard DeltellConservative

Justice committee   for the Green Party but not in a recognized party to provide substantive amendments at report stage—other than, I imagine, the PMO telling all of you in every committee to pass the same motion that was drafted under Stephen Harper to make sure I couldn't present amendments at report stage

October 4th, 2017Committee meeting

Elizabeth MayGreen

National Defence committee   and defence interests and effective participation as a firm NATO ally. Both the Stephen Harper and Justin Trudeau governments built on the precedents of previous commitments. The Canadian Armed Forces have, therefore, returned to Europe under Operation Reassurance and deployed to Latvia

October 4th, 2017Committee meeting

Andrew Rasiulis

Customs Act  . The natural resources minister was not, but there were still many people at this state dinner. On this side of the House, we are concerned about a clear erosion of the Canada-U.S. relationship and the fact that this critical relationship for our interests, for our success, is being

September 26th, 2017House debate

Garnett GenuisConservative

Marijuana   is more, the Liberals are retaining Stephen Harper's policies, which make criminal records difficult to erase. Why do the Liberals not have a plan regarding such pardons, and do they think it is fair for people to have to live with a criminal record for something that will soon

October 3rd, 2017House debate

Anne Minh-Thu QuachNDP

Export and Import Permits Act  , they are more interested in trying to relive an old argument about the gun registry, which was brought up in the 1990s and is something on which the Prime Minister has been very clear. They are regurgitating it. They are the Conservatives/Reformers of the past. They have completely lost

September 21st, 2017House debate

Kevin LamoureuxLiberal

Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, based on the Fraser Institute, the middle class pay $865 more today than they paid two years ago. That is a direct tax to the middle class. The Right Hon. Stephen Harper never made war with small business owners, as the Liberal government is doing right now. We want

October 3rd, 2017House debate

Gérard DeltellConservative

Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, it is interesting that the Conservatives are asking for additional consultations. When Stephen Harper was the prime minister, he did not believe in consultations. Not only have the Conservatives crossed the floor, but they have also changed their attitude toward

October 3rd, 2017House debate

Kevin LamoureuxLiberal

Business of Supply   of small businesses. We are hearing from across Canada and in my constituency that people want more consultation. I think back to 2004, when I was first elected here. It was not my party leader, Stephen Harper, who voted for me. He was running in his own riding. It was the constituents

October 3rd, 2017House debate

Mark WarawaConservative