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Democratic Institutions  Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister changed the law to allow government-funded influencers to interfere in the election, once again using his power to try to rig the election. The Chief Electoral Officer agrees that a campaign involving social media influencers is very politically

June 11th, 2019House debate

Stephanie KusieConservative

Democratic Institutions  Madam Speaker, the only dangerous game would be to rig the election. Elections Canada is keeping secret the names of its social media influencers: musicians, celebrities, athletes and YouTube producers. However, it is unfair and impossible for the Prime Minister to demand

June 7th, 2019House debate

Stephanie KusieConservative

Democratic Institutions  Madam Speaker, we have learned that Elections Canada plans to spend $650,000 to hire social media influencers. Elections Canada should be focusing on free and fair elections, instead of being forced by the Liberal government to come up with another way to rig the election

June 7th, 2019House debate

Stephanie KusieConservative

Business of Supply  ' scheme is jeopardizing their own independence. Why does the Prime Minister want to make a decision behind closed doors about which media outlets he will help? Is he hiding that he is trying to rig the election? Does he understand the harm he could do to Canadian journalists if he does

June 3rd, 2019House debate

Luc BertholdConservative

2019 Federal Election   created a new and unaccountable office to oversee elections and interpret vague and poorly worded regulations. By unilaterally imposing new rules around televised leaders' debates, the Prime Minister is once again attempting to rig the election in his favour. There is absolutely

May 27th, 2019House debate

Stephanie KusieConservative

Democratic Institutions   anxious about October 21, but have they no shame attempting to rig the election?

May 27th, 2019House debate

Peter KentConservative

Democratic Institutions   in subsidies. When will the Prime Minister admit that he is trying to rig the election?

May 27th, 2019House debate

Stephanie KusieConservative

Democratic Institutions  Mr. Speaker, instead of safeguarding the upcoming election against foreign interference and protecting the privacy of Canadians and their data, the Prime Minister was too busy trying to rig the election for his own personal gain. Now he wants us to believe that his partisan

May 27th, 2019House debate

Stephanie KusieConservative

Government Policies  . Why does the government want to destroy the media's reputation by trying to buy them off with taxpayer money before the election? Why is the government trying to rig the election?

May 27th, 2019House debate

Steven BlaneyConservative

Elections Modernization Act   the Prime Minister rigging the election for the benefit of the Liberal government, then mission accomplished. With that, I will go on to explain how, in our view, as the official opposition, Bill C-76 would fail, in so many ways, to achieve the democratic purposes the government claims

December 12th, 2018House debate

Stephanie KusieConservative

Firearms Act   years of trying to get electoral reform through. The Liberals cannot pass their marijuana legislation without the Senate pushing it back. They are trying to rig the election system again through Bill C-76. This is where we are at. We are three years into a four-year mandate

June 18th, 2018House debate

Blaine CalkinsConservative

Democratic Reform  Mr. Speaker, the Liberals continue to show a total lack of respect for Parliament. They want to rig the election and do not want Canadians to know about it. After just two hours of debate, the Liberals decided to limit the time allocated to debating this bill. Will the Prime

May 25th, 2018House debate

Stephanie KusieConservative

Democratic Reform   is that the Prime Minister has already decided to rig our elections system in his favour. Therefore, again, will the Prime Minister rescind his order to implement this bill before any amendments are passed by Parliament?

May 25th, 2018House debate

John BrassardConservative

Democratic Reform  Mr. Speaker, 86 is the number of hours that were debated under the Fair Elections Act under the previous Conservative government. Now after just two hours, the Liberals have shut down debate and are attempting to rig our election system. Liberals can talk all they want about

May 25th, 2018House debate

Karen VecchioConservative

Democratic Reform  Mr. Speaker, when the Conservatives wanted to protect the integrity of our electoral system, they allowed for 84 hours of debate. I repeat, 84 hours of debate. When the Liberals introduced Bill C-76 to rig the election in their favour, they invoked closure to put the bill

May 24th, 2018House debate

Bernard GénéreuxConservative