Controlled Drugs and Substances Act This is about protecting landlords. It is about Spencer.
Controlled Drugs and Substances Act Madam Speaker, I think it is appropriate that insurance companies need to have some input. However, what I articulated is that because of the privacy rules, no one even has a right to know, much less to look toward inspecting. Insurance companies are going to have adjust and adap
Controlled Drugs and Substances Act Madam Speaker, I have seen pictures, but I have not been in one of these homes. However, in my own neighbourhood there was a house that was rented out, and we watched as what appeared to be mould grew up the outside walls of the house. Then one night there was a fire. Again, this
Controlled Drugs and Substances Act Madam Speaker, I am absolutely stunned by that question. Municipalities across this country have been begging for changes. This is not a provincial issue. The provinces are very appropriately dealing with the recreational issue. The government realized that they needed the abil
Controlled Drugs and Substances Act moved that Bill C-330, an act to amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (landlord consent), be read the second time and referred to a committee. Mr. Speaker, I am very pleased to stand and debate my private member's bill in the House today. I look at the two votes we jus
Trans Mountain Expansion Project Mr. Speaker, the NDP members are absolutely incredible. When it is energy east, they say that a pipeline cannot be built because it is going to be terrible for our environment, but they ignore those ships going down the St. Lawrence from Saudi Arabia and Venezuela. Now they are n
Trans Mountain Expansion Project Mr. Speaker, I would like to note that if there is transport by train, if they are concerned about bitumen in the ocean they need to also be concerned about bitumen in the rivers, which is much more likely when there is transport by train than transport by pipeline. We actually w
Trans Mountain Expansion Project Mr. Speaker, I would like to note that I will be sharing my time with the member for Cariboo—Prince George. I am glad to have the opportunity to stand up on this emergency debate. I am not glad that we have to have it, but I am glad to have the opportunity to speak on such an im
Questions Passed as Orders for Returns With regard to the 2017 British Columbia wildfires: what are the details, including findings, of any economic assessment which the government has done in relation to the impact of the wildfires?
March 29th, 2018House debate
Taxation Mr. Speaker, last year my constituents went through the worst B.C. wildfire in history. In the aftermath, residents tried to salvage what they could, harvesting some of the wood on their property. It is now tax time, and the capital gains from selling their wood are putting them
March 27th, 2018House debate
Questions on the Order Paper With regard to the 2017 British Columbia wildfires: what are the details, including findings, of any economic assessment which the government has done in relation to the impact of the wildfires?
Tsilhqot'in Chiefs Mr. Speaker, I rise today on behalf of Canada's Conservatives to mark a sombre milestone in the history of British Columbia and that of Canada. We hope that today's apology and exoneration will address some of the pain that still exists within the hearts of the Tsilhqot'in people
Public Safety Mr. Speaker, I have a very simple and straightforward question. Did the national security adviser give classified information to the media, yes or no?
Fisheries and Oceans Mr. Speaker, the minister committed to give surf clam quota to companies that partnered with multiple first nations, yet the Liberal company that actually got the contract did not have multiple first nations partners until after it was awarded a contract that was worth hundreds o
March 22nd, 2018House debate
Business of Supply Mr. Speaker, when the government came to office, I clearly remember it saying it was going to do things differently and that it was going to respect Parliament. When we heard about the media getting a briefing that the government will not allow parliamentarians to get, it was com
March 22nd, 2018House debate