Elections Modernization Act Merry Christmas, Mr. Speaker. The Conservatives agree to apply, and will be voting yes.
December 13th, 2018House debate
Member of Parliament for Saint-Léonard—Saint-Michel Mr. Speaker, the Liberal member for Saint-Léonard—Saint-Michel broke his silence today and confessed that even though he announced he would resign in April, someone else decided he should wait until January 22 to make it official. The Liberals' new Elections Act states that the
December 11th, 2018House debate
Finance Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister has never had to worry about a paycheque. He has never had to wonder how he was going to put food on the table. He has never faced an unexpected expense that he could not pay. His inherited family fortune has taken care of everything for him. Since
December 10th, 2018House debate
Finance Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister took money away from Canadians while maintaining his own nannies. Canadians without trust funds have to make tough choices each month. They sit at their kitchen tables and decide what they can afford and what they cannot pay for. They know they can
December 10th, 2018House debate
Business of the House Mr. Speaker, I would like to ask the government House leader if she could share with the House what the remainder of the week looks like, in terms of government business, and if she could also tell us what is on the agenda for next week.
December 6th, 2018House debate
Appropriation Act No. 3, 2018-19 Mr. Speaker, we agree to apply, with the Conservatives voting no.
Appropriation Act No. 3, 2018-19 Mr. Speaker, we agree to apply, but we would like to add the Leader of the Opposition, who is particularly opposed to this, along with the rest of us.
Appropriation Act No. 3, 2018-19 Mr. Speaker, we agree to apply, with Conservative members voting no.
Ethics Mr. Speaker, we know the Prime Minister gets a little jumpy when we ask about Liberal ethics, being the only Prime Minister in Canadian history who has ever been found guilty of breaking the ethics rules. We know it was the Prime Minister's office who invited Jaspal Atwal, a con
Ethics Mr. Speaker, we can tell when the Liberals are in trouble when they start threatening law suits and refusing to answer even simple questions. We now know that the RCMP investigation in Brampton involves Goreway Heaven, a company with close ties to the Liberal Party. One of its d
Budget Implementation Act, 2018, No. 2 Mr. Speaker, we agree to apply the vote, with Conservative members voting no.
Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act Mr. Speaker, I have to wonder if the hon. member gets a gold star in the Liberal lobby every time he says “Stephen Harper”. Perhaps he gets a bonus cheque of some sort every time he mentions the name “Stephen Harper”. Bill C-15 was so egregious and outrageous that the member opp
Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act Mr. Speaker, as I said, the government thought that consultation meant giving Premier Bob McLeod minutes' notice before the decision was made in Washington, D.C. by the Prime Minister. That was the level of consultation there. I asked an Order Paper question about the northern g
Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act Madam Speaker, it is always good to speak in the House and on an issue about which I am passionate, northern Canada. Bill C-15, which we have heard referenced a number of times, was legislation of which I was very proud to have been a part. I was part of the Standing Committee o
Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act Madam Speaker, I will give the Prime Minister credit. He has united everyone in Alberta against him. That is what he has done. That is all he has done. I want to get back to the issue at hand. The member talked about the previous government's Bill C-15. He must have thought it w