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Ethics   ethics laws. When will the Prime Minister start holding his guilty ministers to account so everyday Canadians will no longer be bilked out of their money and their jobs?

September 21st, 2018House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership Implementation Act   is laughable. It appears to be a cynical attempt at misleading Canadians. Trade agreements cannot be just made up of shiny fluff, the products of public relations and rebranding. They need to be meaningful to the lives of everyday Canadians. Canadians do not even know what was agreed

September 17th, 2018House debate

Tracey RamseyNDP

Government Spending  Mr. Speaker, it is becoming increasingly clear that the Prime Minister is out of touch with the struggles of everyday Canadians. He is using his job to pay for his celebrity lifestyle. The Prime Minister thinks he is entitled to his entitlements. He spares no expense when he

June 20th, 2018House debate

Candice BergenConservative

Main Estimates, 2018-19   and the effects of climate change, which we do know have a significant effect on the world. However, where we fundamentally disagree is when we have policies that are putting a tax on everyday Canadians, on everything from their groceries to their fuel. My colleague said earlier that $200

June 14th, 2018House debate

Dane LloydConservative

Main Estimates, 2018-19   commodities are able to get to market, nor ensuring we are attracting investors to Canada. The problem with this way of governing is that it makes life incredibly expensive for everyday Canadians. This budget, and therefore the estimates, could have been great. It could have cast a really

June 14th, 2018House debate

Rachael HarderConservative

Business of Supply   in the recent Ontario election. Gerald Butts' fingerprints are all over Ontario for driving up costs on everyday Canadians. It is not a secret that he is now following the same formula while running the federal Liberal government. Let us look at this motion as an example. The entire premise

June 14th, 2018House debate

Dan AlbasConservative

Business of Supply   better for the average, everyday Canadian in the middle class, and those working hard to join it, as the Liberals continually trumpet, they would not be imposing a carbon tax. That, in and of itself, proves the point that we need to know what this carbon tax will cost the average

June 14th, 2018House debate

Arnold ViersenConservative

Business of Supply   their kids to hockey or soccer practice. Before the next election, our Conservative leader will be unveiling a detailed and comprehensive environmental plan. One thing that one can be sure about our plan, though, is that it will not punish everyday Canadians for commuting to work

June 14th, 2018House debate

Harold AlbrechtConservative

Business of Supply   doing their due diligence and without having any understanding of the consequences of these decisions for everyday Canadians. They do not seem to do the fiscal analysis. They do not seem to do their homework and understand the consequences of their decisions on certain sectors

June 14th, 2018House debate

John BarlowConservative

Business of Supply  , will become more expensive. The government will collect the revenues on those increased costs. However, unlike other taxes, the costs were not itemized for everyday Canadians. If we pay income tax, we file and we find out what we pay. If we pay HST, we look at our bill and we see how much

June 14th, 2018House debate

Pierre PoilievreConservative

Carbon Pricing   and clear, but will the Prime Minister start listening to Canadians and stop forcing his carbon tax on everyday Canadians, or will he, at the very least, tell them how much it will cost?

June 8th, 2018House debate

Diane FinleyConservative

Fisheries Act   to the way local farmers manage their property, will cause competitive disadvantages for Canadian companies across Canada and a massive regulatory headache for everyday Canadians. We will not have a chance to make the necessary adjustments on this side of the House, but I urge our

June 7th, 2018House debate

Dane LloydConservative

Taxation   catalytic converters, carbon scrubbers, electric cars, and solar panels were neither invented by government nor inspired by taxes. Entrepreneurs and researchers are our best resource to create solutions that everyday Canadians are motivated to embrace and implement. The misguided

June 6th, 2018House debate

Cathay WagantallConservative

Instruction to Committee on Bill C-71   the country to talk to everyday Canadians. The government claims that this legislation is in the interest of public safety, but the reality is quite different. I would like to outline that for the House. This legislation would create a bunch of useless red tape that will not make

June 4th, 2018House debate

Rachael HarderConservative

Budget Implementation Act, 2018, No. 1   that. Unfortunately, we do not know how much this carbon tax will cost everyday Canadian families. The Liberals have this information, but they have decided that they know best and will not release it. These actions severely harm the quality of debate in this chamber on behalf of all Canadians

May 31st, 2018House debate

Kevin WaughConservative