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Ethics  Madam Speaker, I would concur with the member opposite. This situation is not appropriate. I am unaware of the current situation and would be happy to speak with the member opposite when I get further details.

June 17th, 2022House debate

Bryan MayLiberal

Public Safety  Mr. Speaker, as we—

June 13th, 2022House debate

Bryan MayLiberal

Public Safety  Mr. Speaker, as we have told this House many times, the flight in question was part of a Canadian Armed Forces training exercise that was planned prior to and unrelated to the convoy protest. This training had nothing to do with the illegal blockade.

June 13th, 2022House debate

Bryan MayLiberal

National Defence  Mr. Speaker, we are assuring Canadian security in contributing to global security. That is why our government has not only been increasing spending by 70% between 2017 and 2026, following a decade of Conservative cuts—

June 10th, 2022House debate

Bryan MayLiberal

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis  Madam Speaker, in 2015, the House first recognized June as ALS Awareness Month, a time to support Canadians who battle against this fatal neurological disease and honour their resilience and their strength. ALS affects about 3,000 Canadians and has no known causes. It strikes fas

June 3rd, 2022House debate

Bryan MayLiberal

Income Tax Act  Mr. Speaker, I appreciate the opportunity to take part in today's second reading debate on private member's bill, Bill C-240. As we know, the bill would provide an exemption from capital gains tax in respect of donations to charities resulting from certain arm's-length dispositio

June 2nd, 2022House debate

Bryan MayLiberal

Committees of the House  Madam Speaker, the short answer is absolutely. There is support throughout not just our caucus but I imagine throughout the House to move forward on this as quickly as possible. If I could just take a moment here, I want to thank the member opposite and ask him to thank his fami

June 1st, 2022House debate

Bryan MayLiberal

Committees of the House  Madam Speaker, I hope I speak for all of us in the House when I say that this concurrence debate sends a very strong message to Vladimir Putin. It also sends a message to our NATO allies that they need to continue to have conversations in their houses and their parliaments that r

June 1st, 2022House debate

Bryan MayLiberal

Committees of the House  Madam Speaker, Sweden and Finland will undoubtedly be assets to this alliance. We know this. We encourage our allies, all of our allies, including Turkey, to promptly support their membership. We are moving quickly. I would point out that the fact we are speaking here today on th

June 1st, 2022House debate

Bryan MayLiberal

Committees of the House  Madam Speaker, Canada has long held the position that, in times of uncertainty, discord and doubt, our international relationships are more important than ever. For over 70 years, the NATO alliance has afforded member states the opportunity to work together on our largest share

June 1st, 2022House debate

Bryan MayLiberal

Housing  Madam Speaker, affordable housing is at the top of many Canadians' minds, and we recognize this includes Canadian Armed Forces members. That is why we have committed to constructing more housing units for CAF members, and why there are services and benefits in place to assist per

May 30th, 2022House debate

Bryan MayLiberal

Housing  Madam Speaker, military members and their families are our top priority and we are taking steps to ensure that they are in fact supported. We know many Canadians are deeply concerned about housing, and in many ways a life in the Canadian Armed Forces amplifies this issue. CAF me

May 30th, 2022House debate

Bryan MayLiberal

Foreign Affairs  Mr. Speaker, we will continue our efforts so that Ukraine can win this war. That is why, very recently, the Prime Minister announced an additional $50 million in military aid, which includes 18 drone cameras, $15 million in high-resolution satellite imagery, up to $1 million in s

May 19th, 2022House debate

Bryan MayLiberal

Public Safety  Madam Speaker, we demand a lot of our military. We have seen CAF members undertake atypical tasks, such as setting up vaccine distribution systems, supporting health professionals in long-term care facilities and supporting humanitarian efforts, but above all else, our military m

May 18th, 2022House debate

Bryan MayLiberal

Public Safety  Madam Speaker, when we stand here in the House of Commons and talk about military equipment such as ships, jets and even boots on the ground, what we are really talking about are national defence security capabilities. These are the tools that make it possible for the Canadian Ar

May 18th, 2022House debate

Bryan MayLiberal