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Government Business No. 30—Proceedings on Bill C-56   inflation. Meanwhile, interest rates are rising at the fastest rate in Canadian history and have reached a 22-year high. Interest rates are projected to be hiked even further. When it comes to essentials like groceries, prices have gone up a staggering 70%, resulting in nearly two

November 23rd, 2023House debate

Michael CooperConservative

Committees of the House   to cost our produce farmers upwards of $6 billion to make that happen. Can members imagine what we are going to face in food security if we already have Canadians who cannot feed themselves? We have two million Canadians using a food bank. There are 800,000 who use a food bank

November 29th, 2023House debate

Lianne RoodConservative

Business of Supply   the increased basic personal amount, which we raised to $15,000 in 2023-24. That will provide Canadians $6 billion of tax relief from coast to coast to coast. This is money in the pockets of Canadians. For my family, my little daughter is at day care. The families that use that day care

November 28th, 2023House debate

Francesco SorbaraLiberal

Government Business No. 30—Proceedings on Bill C-56   of an average home is government gatekeepers adding unnecessary red tape. That means that over 60% of the price of a home in Vancouver is due to delays, fees, regulations, taxes and high-priced consultants. The NDP-Liberal government has poured billions of dollars into housing programs

November 23rd, 2023House debate

Tracy GrayConservative

Carbon Tax   would say it is the Bloc Québécois, which continues to prop up the Liberal government by supporting drastic carbon tax hikes. I am amazed that the Bloc claims to care about Quebeckers, yet supports a second carbon tax that will raise the price of gasoline by up to 20¢ a litre

November 22nd, 2023House debate

Richard LehouxConservative

Committees of the House   in the history of free trade negotiations, Canada is again betraying Ukraine by adding a carbon tax to our free trade agreement with Ukraine. I will ask the question again: Is this what Ukraine came to Canada asking for? The Prime Minister has the audacity to virtue signal and, in essence

November 22nd, 2023House debate

Dave EppConservative

Fall Economic Statement   to do, but our economic plan is working. Now, I do not want to deny the reality that many Canadians are facing today. I absolutely understand that after three difficult years—with a global pandemic, global inflation, and global interest rate hikes—Canadians are worn out, frustrated

November 21st, 2023House debate

Chrystia FreelandLiberal

The Economy   carbon tax or to convey that they are afraid to walk their local streets at night due to violent crime being increased by 39% under the NDP-Liberal government. The $600 billion in inflationary spending and countless tax hikes by the NDP-Liberals has led to Canadians being unable

November 20th, 2023House debate

Stephen EllisConservative

The Economy   working people living in their cars and nine in 10 young Canadians feeling they will never own a home. People are losing hope and the Prime Minister is just not worth the cost. The Liberal $600 billion of inflationary debt and countless tax hikes are increasing the cost of all we buy

November 20th, 2023House debate

Tracy GrayConservative

The Economy  Mr. Speaker, Canadians renewing their mortgages at today's rates will see an increase from 2% to 6% or higher. The IMF warns that Canada is the most at risk among G7 countries for a mortgage default crisis. What do we get? We get $20 billion in new inflationary spending

November 22nd, 2023House debate

Shuv MajumdarConservative

Fall Economic Statement   start cancelling billions of dollars to fossil fuel companies. We could put in place what the hon. member for Kitchener Centre has put forward in Motion No. 92, an excess profits tax on the obscene profits and war profiteering of big oil. We could do that, but we cannot continue

November 21st, 2023House debate

Elizabeth MayGreen

Finance committee   of the Canadian Home Builders' Association, our industry's national voice on federal issues. Residential construction directly accounts for over 51,000 jobs in Manitoba—jobs in every single community—and represents $3.4 billion in wages and $6.3 billion in economic activity. In budget 2022

November 15th, 2023Committee meeting

Lanny McInnes

Business of Supply  -income and middle-class Canadians, regardless of their initial home heating energy source; and (c) finance these changes by putting in place a tax on the excess profits of big oil and gas corporations. Madam Speaker, I will be splitting my time with my good friend, the member

November 7th, 2023House debate

Taylor BachrachNDP

Business of Supply   federal income tax on the first $15,000 of their income. In fiscal year 2024-25, that will be a $6-billion tax cut for Canadians. It is putting hundreds of dollars back into Canadians' pockets. We should be proud of the $300 or $400 going back into the pockets of individual filers

November 7th, 2023House debate

Francesco SorbaraLiberal

National Security Review of Investments Modernization Act   cuts: the first in 2015 from 22% to 20.5%, with roughly $3 billion to $4 billion a year, depending on tax filings, in savings for Canadians, and raising the basic personal expenditure amount to $15,000, which in the fiscal year 2024-25 will deliver over $6 billion in savings

November 9th, 2023House debate

Francesco SorbaraLiberal