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Building Homes Not Bureaucracy Act   the Prime Minister, they will get a massive tax hike on their home heating oil. If they elect the common-sense Conservatives, they will have tax-free heat. That is a pretty simple choice. The Prime Minister has just defined the issue of the next election. They can vote for him and have

October 30th, 2023House debate

Pierre PoilievreConservative

Bill C-356 An Act respecting payments by Canada and requirements in respect of housing and to amend certain other Acts

 means the amount determined under subsection 6(2). ( financement pour les infrastructures ) Minister  means the Minister designated under section 3. ( ministre ) municipal GST rebate  means any amount payable to a high-cost city under section 259 of the Excise Tax Act

October 30th, 2023

Pierre PoilievreConservative

Finance committee   building communities across the country, across all major asset classes. We have about $24 billion in assets under management, from both public shareholders and institutions. We've always tried to build our business not only to achieve financial returns, but also to achieve social

November 9th, 2023Committee meeting

Michael Cooper

Business of Supply   squeezed from all sides because of the NDP-Liberal government. The money to pay for its spending has to come from somewhere. Not only has the government printed mountains of cash to pay for its spending, but it has also hiked taxes on Canadians. The increased federal tax burden leaves

October 17th, 2023House debate

Rosemarie FalkConservative

Bill C-49 An Act to amend the Canada—Newfoundland and Labrador Atlantic Accord Implementation Act and the Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Resour…

(a) of the definition offshore area in section 2. 6 The definition agreement in subsection 6(1) of the Act is replaced by the following: agreement  means an agreement between the Government of Canada and the government of a province respecting resource management and revenue sharing in relation

October 17th, 2023

Jonathan WilkinsonLiberal

Committees of the House   the Liberals, by the way, who brought in special tax treatments for real estate investment trusts so that they could actually displace people and jack up rents. That has helped to contribute to this housing crisis. The Liberals know that, and they continue to allow that to take place

October 30th, 2023House debate

Jenny KwanNDP

Taxation   to the east coast along the Alberni Valley. That fire started, really, at full rage on June 6. It had a tremendous impact on the communities and on small business. We know that the PBO projected just 10 years ago that climate emergencies would cost Canadians about $900 million a year

October 24th, 2023House debate

Gord JohnsNDP

Business of Supply   and more rental homes throughout the country, including apartment buildings, student housing and seniors residences right across Canada. For a two-bedroom rental unit valued at $500,000, this GST rebate for residential rental buildings could mean a tax break of $25,000. This is just one

October 17th, 2023House debate

Rachel BendayanLiberal

Committees of the House  % of the price of a home in Vancouver is due to delays, fees, regulations and taxes. Why would any person want to build new homes when the high debt costs, increased construction costs, fees and regulations seem to be never-ending? It took the government eight years to roll out its

October 30th, 2023House debate

Tracy GrayConservative

Business of Supply   reported today that inflation remains high. After eight years of reckless spending, Canada's national debt sits at $1.2 trillion. Think about that for a second. That means debt servicing costs will be almost $44 billion this year alone. These are tax dollars that could have been used

October 17th, 2023House debate

Kerry-Lynne FindlayConservative

Affordable Housing and Groceries Act   like Canada has such a bad housing crisis? After eight years of the NDP-Liberal government, hundreds of billions of dollars have been flooded into the Canadian economy, which has resulted in too much money chasing too few goods, including homes. The CMHC warns that Canada will see

September 25th, 2023House debate

Jasraj Singh HallanConservative

Natural Resources committee   are met and only 6% when labour provisions are not met, meaning those tax incentives are five times larger for projects that pay workers a prevailing wage and provide apprenticeship opportunities for young workers and new workers in their jurisdiction. Similarly, Canada's labour

October 18th, 2023Committee meeting

Matt Wayland

Canadian Sustainable Jobs Act   us get real about the stakes of this debate. Despite eight years of layers of anti-energy policies, laws, bans, vetoes, caps, standards, penalties, taxes and red tape that have driven billions of dollars and the livelihoods of hundreds of thousands of Canadians out of our country

September 29th, 2023House debate

Shannon StubbsConservative

Business of Supply   what we warned, that the NDP-Liberal carbon tax hikes the cost of literally everything. This is why 80% of Canadians pay more than they will ever get back from the Liberals, exactly as we said. The independent PBO also found that the tax has not actually reduced emissions since

September 28th, 2023House debate

Shannon StubbsConservative

Housing   Canadians the worst inflation in 40 years and the most rapid interest rate hikes, which we have not seen in the last 30 years. Anyone who took on a mortgage five years ago at 2% will now have to renew at 6% or 7%. That is an increase of more than 200%. Will the Prime Minister rein

October 3rd, 2023House debate

Jasraj Singh HallanConservative