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Telecommunications Act I am going to bring the House to order a little bit. There are conversations. I would ask the members to maybe step out to have those conversations, to allow the hon. member for Fredericton to have the respect that she deserves during her speech. The hon. member for Fredericton.
Telecommunications Act I am sorry, but the hon. member's time is up. Questions and comments, the hon. parliamentary secretary to the government House leader.
Telecommunications Act I am sorry. The hon. member's time is up. Questions and comments, the hon. member for Northumberland—Peterborough South.
Telecommunications Act Order. It is my duty pursuant to Standing Order 38 to inform the House that the questions to be raised tonight at the time of adjournment are as follows: the hon. member for South Okanagan—West Kootenay, Climate Change; the hon. member for Victoria, Climate Change; the hon. mem
Points of Order I am sorry, but I did not hear the member's specific remarks. We will check the Hansard and come back with a response if required.
Telecommunications Act I am sorry, but the hon. member's time is up. I am sure he will be able to add more during questions and comments. Questions and comments, the hon. member for Scarborough—Guildwood
Points of Order Before we move on to the next speaker, I would like to return to the point of order raised by the member for Mégantic-L'Érable. House of Commons Procedure and Practice, third edition, 2017, by Marc Bosc and André Gagnon, on page 619, chapter 13, states the following: Allusion
Committees of the House Questions and comments: the hon. member for Red Deer—Mountain View.
Committees of the House Order. I just want to remind the member that he should stick to his speech and not answer during the debate when other people are yelling out. I would also ask members not to yell out, mention other things or try to have conversations with the hon. member. Again, I would ask me
Committees of the House Again, I want to remind members to be careful with respect to how they use their time that they have in the House. I did not hear the parliamentary secretary speak about a specific member. Generally, that is when we take issue with specific comments made. Again, I want to ask mem
Committees of the House I do want to remind the member that his time is not being eaten away by these points of order. The clock is stopped every time.
Points of Order I thank the member. I will consider the question and come back to the House with an answer shortly.
Committees of the House I want to remind members that there will be 10 minutes of questions and comments, so they will have an opportunity to ask questions then. I would ask members to please hold off on any of their comments and maybe jot them down so they do not forget them. The hon. parliamentary se
Committees of the House I would just ask individuals to please be mindful of the words they use. Again, I did not hear the hon. parliamentary secretary speak directly about a specific member, so I just want to, again, remind members to be judicious with the words they use. The hon. parliamentary secret
Committees of the House The amendment is in order. Questions and comments, the hon. member for Fleetwood—Port Kells.