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Questions Passed as Orders for Returns  With regard to the current backlog of applications received by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, broken down by immigration stream and type of application: (a) what is the length of the backlog; and (b) what is the number of backlogged applications?

December 13th, 2022House debate

John NaterConservative

Business of Supply  Madam Speaker, the hon. member touched on ideas from different parties and different countries. One of the things I always think is important to do is to look to other jurisdictions and see what they have proposed. In fact, in 2009, the British Columbia New Democrats had a great

December 8th, 2022House debate

John NaterConservative

Business of Supply  Madam Speaker, I appreciate the member for Kingston and the Islands quoting from our 2021 platform. I would encourage him to read the whole thing because there is a lot of good stuff in it. If he wishes, I would encourage the member to steal any ideas from it, because there are s

December 8th, 2022House debate

John NaterConservative

Business of Supply  Madam Speaker, I would like to thank the hon. member for Beauport—Limoilou for the question. Let us be clear. Many Canadians work in the oil industry and that industry provides a lot of benefits to our economy. It contributes nearly $48 billion to the government in taxes. Canadi

December 8th, 2022House debate

John NaterConservative

Business of Supply  Madam Speaker, it is an honour and a privilege to rise today in the House to address the concerns of my constituents in Perth—Wellington and Canadians across the country. I will be splitting my time with my deal colleague, the hon. member for South Shore—St. Margarets, Madam Spe

December 8th, 2022House debate

John NaterConservative

Finance  Mr. Speaker, the job of the government is to make sure it is affordable for Canadians to pay for the essentials of life. It is the job of the government to make sure the price of groceries does not rise by $1,100 next year. It is the job of the government to make sure it is not

December 7th, 2022House debate

John NaterConservative

Carbon Pricing  Mr. Speaker, Canadians do not need a DeLorean to know how much of a failure the Liberal government has been when it comes to the environment. It has not met a single target or planted a single tree, but it has raised the costs on everyday Canadians. It is making it $1,400 more co

December 5th, 2022House debate

John NaterConservative

Business of the House  Mr. Speaker, I would draw your attention to the article, “It Being Thursday: The Weekly Business Statement in Minority and Majority Parliaments”, which does a great job, I might say, of outlining the evolution of the Thursday question and how wonderful statement of the member for

November 24th, 2022House debate

John NaterConservative

John Walsh  Mr. Speaker, the Village of Arthur is known as Canada's most patriotic village. It gained this honour not through the words of politicians, but through the service and sacrifice of its citizens. In 1942, the Toronto Daily Star reported that the highest per capita enlistment in th

November 24th, 2022House debate

John NaterConservative

Questions Passed as Orders for Returns  With regard to Sport Canada: (a) what are the details of all gifts, including sports tickets, received by officials at Sport Canada since January 1, 2018, including for each the (i) date given (ii) description, (iii) quantity, (iv) value per unit, (v) total value, (vi) title of r

November 21st, 2022House debate

John NaterConservative

Defeat Duchenne Canada  Mr. Speaker, in the summer of 1995, John Davidson pushed his son Jesse in his wheelchair across Ontario in what was known as “Jesse’s Journey”. What was the purpose of this journey? It was to raise funds and awareness for Duchenne muscular dystrophy. In 1998, John walked across

November 21st, 2022House debate

John NaterConservative

Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Act  Madam Speaker, it is indeed a great honour to rise in the House to contribute to the second reading debate on Bill C-282, an act to amend the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Act (supply management). It is a particular honour any time I get to speak to a bill

November 16th, 2022House debate

John NaterConservative

Fall Economic Statement Implementation Act, 2022  Mr. Speaker, we are talking about the cost of living increases that Canadians are being faced with and what the government can do to help those Canadians right now. One of the things that we have heard time and again is about the tripling of the carbon tax and the impact it is go

November 16th, 2022House debate

John NaterConservative

Questions Passed as Orders for Returns  With regard to contracts signed or entered into by the government with Russian vendors since January 1, 2022, and broken down by department, agency, Crown corporation, or other government entity: (a) what are the details of each contract signed with vendors based out of Russia or

November 16th, 2022House debate

John NaterConservative

Questions Passed as Orders for Returns  With regard to spending by Canadian Heritage on Canada Day festivities on Parliament Hill and in the National Capital Region since 2010: what was the total amount (i) allocated, (ii) spent, on the festivities, broken down by year?

November 3rd, 2022House debate

John NaterConservative