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March 22nd, 2017
House debate

Thomas Mulcair
NDP

Government Accountability  Mr. Speaker, as is often the case, we did not actually get an answer to the question asked by the Leader of the Opposition. The Prime Minister is going further than Stephen Harper would have ever dared to do in telling Canadians he only wants to show up in question period once

March 20th, 2017
House debate

Matthew Dubé
NDP

National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians Act   before, many commissions of inquiry have been formed after various incidents in connection with the work of national security agencies. There is one very clear finding: Canadians have lost a great deal of confidence in our national security agencies. This issue obviously affects our

March 21st, 2017
House debate

Kevin Lamoureux
Liberal

Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, maybe we should get a little more factual. When Stephen Harper took office, he was left a multi-billion-dollar surplus. That was not in question at all. He had a multi-billion-dollar surplus. Before the recession even began, he turned that billions of dollars

March 21st, 2017
House debate

Kevin Lamoureux
Liberal

Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, there is an issue that Conservative members across the way like to raise, and that is the issue of the deficit. I wonder if the member can explain to me that while Stephen Harper was the prime minister, in budget after budget there was a significant deficit

March 21st, 2017
House debate

Kevin Lamoureux
Liberal

Business of Supply   to the deficit, I would put it up as a cautionary note that members across the way need to realize that Stephen Harper had a higher deficit than any other prime minister. It was well over $150 billion. Stephen Harper took a budget surplus and converted it into a budget deficit, even before

March 20th, 2017
House debate

Pierre Paul-Hus
Conservative

Operation UNIFIER   say that the situation is stable or is improving in any way. When we were in power, Stephen Harper made a point of sending a clear message to the entire world regarding Canada's position on the Russian-backed rebel actions in Ukraine. The members will recall the G20 summit

March 21st, 2017
House debate

Cheryl Hardcastle
NDP

Business of Supply   that costs the government more than $800 million each year: the stock option deduction used by CEOs. They have since abandoned that promise in response to lobbying from corporate executives. The government also curiously left untouched Stephen Harper's radically low corporate tax rates

March 22nd, 2017
House debate

Rona Ambrose
Conservative

Government Accountability   this. I would like to ask him a simple question. What would he have done if former prime minister Stephen Harper had proposed the same thing?

March 21st, 2017
House debate

Rachael Harder
Conservative

Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, we certainly are looking at a very different time than when the right hon. Stephen Harper was leading government. At that point in time, of course, as I mentioned briefly before, the economy of the world was facing a downturn. We struggled through that, which meant

March 21st, 2017
House debate

Nathan Cullen
NDP

Rules of the House  Mr. Speaker, it was Stephen Harper who broke the record for shutting down debate in Parliament; yet in his darkest dreams, he never tried to stifle the voices of the opposition the way the Liberals are trying to do right now. It is the Liberal Prime Minister who wants

March 21st, 2017
House debate

Gérard Deltell
Conservative

Business of Supply  . However, thanks to the Right Hon. Stephen Harper and those members of Parliament who supported him hard and strong, like the late Hon. Jim Flaherty, we came back as strong as possible. We came back as Canadians can come back. This was the signature of the Conservative government

March 7th, 2017
House debate

Joël Godin
Conservative

Business of Supply   them more prosperous, which is the least we could expect, in my opinion. When we acknowledge that small and medium-sized enterprises play a key role in our economy, it becomes clear that the government has to see to stimulating the creation of SMEs and to allowing them not only

March 20th, 2017
House debate

James Bezan
Conservative

Operation UNIFIER  Mr. Chair, as our immigration critic dealing with issues of refugees, my colleague knows all too well the plight of the people in Ukraine and knows all too well the leadership that was shown by the previous government under Prime Minister Stephen Harper and how Mr. Harper

March 20th, 2017
House debate

James Bezan
Conservative

Operation UNIFIER   of their judicial system, of their economy. As the minister alluded to, the negotiation of the Canada-Ukraine free trade agreement started under the previous Conservative government of Stephen Harper and was finalized by the minister herself. I thank her for carrying the ball over the goal line

March 20th, 2017
House debate

Xavier Barsalou-Duval
Bloc

Justice   government, under Stephen Harper, decided to involve itself in the case. Will the government withdraw from these proceedings and finally recognize Quebec's right to self-determination?