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Budget Implementation Act, 2019, No. 1  Mr. Speaker, the answer is very simple. Along with my colleagues, I voted against the Liberals' cover-up budget. Just like Canadians who put their faith in the Liberals in 2015, we are being asked to put our faith in them here in 2019. We may have been fooled, but we

April 11th, 2019House debate

Michael BarrettConservative

Budget Implementation Act, 2019, No. 1   maturely, responsibly and delivers results for them. In response to the parliamentary secretary's question, I will be voting against this budget, not because everything in the budget might be good or bad, but because the constituents I represent and I have zero confidence

April 11th, 2019House debate

Blaine CalkinsConservative

Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act  Mr. Speaker, as the member knows, the Liberals have the majority of seats in this Parliament, so they are going to vote for it and we will be voting against it. We will try within the committee structure to work with the Liberals. Whether not they will be receptive to anything

April 9th, 2019House debate

Jamie SchmaleConservative

Multilateral Instrument in Respect of Tax Conventions Act  , more opportunity by reducing taxes across the board. Unfortunately, the Liberals voted against it. Finally, with respect to Bill C-82, a mixed signal is being sent by the government. On the one hand, it wants to look like it is being tough on tax evasion and tax avoidance

April 8th, 2019House debate

Garnett GenuisConservative

The Budget   stood in the House of Commons and actually voted against closing the loophole that he profited from. We have to do some thinking about whether we need to change the ethics laws to prevent members from using their vote in this House of Commons to profit themselves, or at least

April 4th, 2019House debate

Pierre PoilievreConservative

The Budget  Mr. Speaker, members will note that I was referring to the Prime Minister's then decision to vote against a 2014 budget that eliminated a tax loophole from which he had benefited during his entire adult life. That is very much related to—

April 2nd, 2019House debate

Pierre PoilievreConservative

The Budget   everything to minimize the amount of tax he pays on that fortune. I will add, now that we are in the House of Commons, that when this Prime Minister was an opposition MP in 2014, he showed up in the House of Commons and voted against a budget by then Prime Minister Stephen Harper

April 2nd, 2019House debate

Pierre PoilievreConservative

The Budget   the justice committee gathers tomorrow and tell them that the cover-up is over, that he is no longer going to ask them to go in there and humiliate themselves and disgrace their constituents by voting against accountability, that instead he is just going to ask them to go in and open

April 1st, 2019House debate

Pierre PoilievreConservative

The Budget   would have to pay. He kept it in that trust fund until 2014, when he rose in the House of Commons and voted against a bill by the former Harper government that got rid of the trust fund loophole. Ironically, the Harper government was getting rid of this trust fund loophole

April 1st, 2019House debate

Pierre PoilievreConservative

Justice  Mr. Speaker, if we voted against anything, it was against the cover-up. The former president of the Treasury Board has said that there is much more to the story, and the former attorney general has said that she has more to add. Today, we learned that she will be providing

March 22nd, 2019House debate

Sylvie BoucherConservative

Committees of the House  Mr. Speaker, I want to clarify my vote. Had I been at the committee this morning, I would have voted against the cover-up. With respect to this motion, I support the motion.

March 19th, 2019House debate

Chris WarkentinConservative

Citizenship and Immigration committee  Thank you. I know that my colleagues opposite have trouble sometimes justifying the fact that they voted against a motion to declare this a genocide and then sat in a committee meeting where they.... One of their colleagues wrote an article in the Toronto Star saying it would

February 25th, 2019Committee meeting

Michelle RempelConservative

Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, we have moments in this place where we have to decide to do what is right or what is right for ourselves. Any colleague opposite who stands up and votes against this is firmly doing the latter. On behalf of Canadians, I ask each and every one of them to not cover up

February 25th, 2019House debate

Michelle RempelConservative

Business of Supply  . That starts today with the leader of our country. He needs to be in front of this committee and he needs to be held to account. Every person who votes against the motion will be giving him a shield for this type of abrogation of democracy. Every person who votes against the motion should

February 25th, 2019House debate

Michelle RempelConservative

Business of Supply   for what he has done, and he must do so before the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights. The SNC-Lavalin case was referred to the justice committee. In the beginning, the Liberals on the committee voted against our motion. Two weeks ago, the opposition members proposed

February 25th, 2019House debate

Andrew ScheerConservative