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Questions on the Order Paper  With regard to the comments made by the Minister of National Revenue in the House of Commons on October 19, 2017, that “we are on track to recuperate close to $25 billion” in relation to offshore accounts used by Canadians in order to avoid paying taxes: (a) what are the details

December 11th, 2017House debate

Cathay WagantallConservative

Questions on the Order Paper  With regard to expenditures on the cover for the Fall Economic Statement delivered by the Minister of Finance on October 24, 2017: (a) what is the total of all expenditures; (b) what is the breakdown of expenditures by (i) photography, (ii) printing, (iii) other costs; and (c) wh

December 11th, 2017House debate

Cathay WagantallConservative

Department of Veterans Affairs Act  Mr. Speaker, it is an honour for me to stand today to speak in support of Bill C-378, an act to amend the Department Of Veterans Affairs Act. I want to make a short comment on the speech made prior to mine. The MP for London—Fanshawe is on the committee representing the NDP and

December 1st, 2017House debate

Cathay WagantallConservative

Public Services and Procurement  Madam Speaker, in response to the minister treating Canadians like important customers, the government has failed a hard-working public servant in my riding of Yorkton—Melville. Last spring, out of the blue, Phoenix cut her pay by $500 a month. What was she told when she called

November 24th, 2017House debate

Cathay WagantallConservative

Cannabis Act  Madam Speaker, I have not heard a positive word in my riding about the legislation. The police force, the schools, the health providers, and young people in my riding see this as anything but positive for our culture and our young people. Young people knew this was coming from

November 24th, 2017House debate

Cathay WagantallConservative

Holodomor  Mr. Speaker, I am reminiscing today about my grampa. When I was four, my grampa would sit me down on a beautifully carved loveseat that my grandparents brought with them when they immigrated to Canada, and he would dance for me. I am so thankful they chose to immigrate to Canada.

November 23rd, 2017House debate

Cathay WagantallConservative

Cannabis Act  Mr. Speaker, I am very pleased today to speak in the House in regard to Bill C-45, an act respecting cannabis and to amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, the Criminal Code and other acts. I am trying to think of an appropriate word to use that the people across the ai

November 9th, 2017House debate

Cathay WagantallConservative

Remembrance Day  Mr. Speaker, during World War I, among a field of fallen soldiers, simple bright red flowers with a black centre began to appear. However simple, the red poppy symbolism is powerful, representing the remembrance of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice, those heroes who volunte

November 8th, 2017House debate

Cathay WagantallConservative

Budget Implementation Act, 2017, No. 2  Mr. Speaker, we have heard over and over again, and even through question period today, the government's response to our questions about misbehaviour on that side of the House. The response has been to trumpet the child benefits they have given to Canadians and how wonderful they

November 2nd, 2017House debate

Cathay WagantallConservative

Budget Implementation Act, 2017, No. 2  Madam Speaker, the member opposite gave a very passionate speech about the Liberals' perspective on their budget. He mentioned the doubling of the number of summer youth employment jobs. He is very proud of that. However, what he failed to mention was that university students nee

November 2nd, 2017House debate

Cathay WagantallConservative

Budget Implementation Act, 2017, No. 2  Mr. Speaker, the Liberal government is trying to take credit for the increased job creation in Canada. However, the truth of the matter is that the one method it said was going to be very effective was its infrastructure program. We know that the parliamentary budget officer conf

November 2nd, 2017House debate

Cathay WagantallConservative

Transportation Modernization Act  Madam Speaker, as I have stated in regard to interswitching, the Liberal government already had a really good recommendation to continue with what was already in place, something that the people of the Prairies saw as very valuable. As a matter of fact, shippers across this count

October 31st, 2017House debate

Cathay WagantallConservative

Transportation Modernization Act  Madam Speaker, actually, many shippers feel that the new approach to long-haul interswitching to be created by Bill C-49 will merely be a renamed version of the current and hardly used competitive line rates. There must be reasons that system is hardly used. This new long-haul in

October 31st, 2017House debate

Cathay WagantallConservative

Transportation Modernization Act  Madam Speaker, I know this is of deep concern to the hon. member and her riding. There are a lot of ships that come in and pick up a certain amount of grain, but based on quota and whatnot, they have to wait for the next amount to come in before they can fill their ship. This is

October 31st, 2017House debate

Cathay WagantallConservative

Transportation Modernization Act  Mr. Speaker, in the fall of 2016 of the Liberal mandate, the Standing Committee on Transport, Infrastructure and Communities undertook a study of Bill C-30 and held a number of meetings on the merits of these measures and whether they should be allowed to sunset. The vast majorit

October 31st, 2017House debate

Cathay WagantallConservative