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Natural Resources  Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister has said he wants to phase out the oil sands. Well, he is doing it. By introducing Bill C-69 and the carbon tax, the Prime Minister is driving investors out of the country. Petronas, Shell, and ConocoPhillips have all left. Gateway and energy east

April 17th, 2018House debate

Matt JenerouxConservative

Net Neutrality  Mr. Speaker, I want to thank the member opposite for moving this motion. I think it is extremely important to be talking about this topic today especially in light of recent events. It is an honour to stand today and support this motion which is important to me and many of my con

March 27th, 2018House debate

Matt JenerouxConservative

Net Neutrality  Mr. Speaker, I thank the member for bringing this motion forward. I want to highlight a bit of the hypocrisy that pertains to this debate. We see a motion like this speaking of something like net neutrality, where it ensures that freedom of speech is allowed and encouraged. Howev

March 27th, 2018House debate

Matt JenerouxConservative

Questions Passed as Orders for Returns  With regard to vitamin D, taking into consideration that the tolerable upper level of intake set by Health Canada is 4,000 IU per day and that the limit for a dose allowed by Health Canada is 1,000 IU per dose: (a) why has the amount allowed in one dose not been modified to refle

March 19th, 2018House debate

Matt JenerouxConservative

Questions Passed as Orders for Returns  With regard to Rickets and the fact that Statistics Canada has reported that 32% of Canadians are vitamin D deficient: (a) what is being done to ensure that all Canadians, especially pregnant women, are educated about the importance of vitamin D; and (b) is there a program to spe

March 19th, 2018House debate

Matt JenerouxConservative

Religious Organizations  Mr. Speaker, freedom of religion and freedom of thought are two of the most fundamental rights Canadians enjoy. They are enshrined in black and white in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The government has completely overstepped its jurisdiction in forcing religious organizat

February 2nd, 2018House debate

Matt JenerouxConservative

Natural Resources  Mr. Speaker, since the minister mentions what the PM said in Edmonton, today on CBC Radio One Edmonton, in response to what actions the PM could take to get the Kinder Morgan built, this was his response, verbatim: “Ah, you know well, it's still early on [on] this, and uh we're s

February 1st, 2018House debate

Matt JenerouxConservative

Government Appointments  Mr. Speaker, the government has set a new record for appointment backlogs. Stuck in the staggering pile of 594 vacant or expired appointments are 12 of the 15 seats on the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council's board. Similarly, 80% of the seats on the NSERC board are

December 8th, 2017House debate

Matt JenerouxConservative

An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Châteauguay—Lacolle  Madam Speaker, I was on the fence about whether to support this bill, but after that speech, how can we not? I believe the member has convinced all of us on this side that we need to support this legislation, maybe with the exception of a few who might also want to change their r

December 6th, 2017House debate

Matt JenerouxConservative

Innovation, Science and Economic Development  Mr. Speaker, Bell and several other media conglomerates have announced a proposal to create a mandatory blocking system for websites that they have arbitrarily determined are inappropriate. However, the blocking process would take place with little to no oversight by our courts.

December 5th, 2017House debate

Matt JenerouxConservative

Homelessness  Madam Speaker, I want to start by commending the member for bringing forward this motion. It is a well-thought-out motion, and it is something that I know she has worked tirelessly on. It is an honour to stand and support the motion. I also want to quickly talk about how her mot

November 24th, 2017House debate

Matt JenerouxConservative

Science  Madam Speaker, Canada's fundamental science review was delivered to the Liberal government over seven months ago. The Naylor report review outlines 35 recommendations. When asked about these by the science community, the science minister had no clear answer and simply said they a

November 24th, 2017House debate

Matt JenerouxConservative

Marijuana  Madam Speaker, since the summertime, my office has been flooded continually with concerns regarding the government's marijuana legislation. Among their many concerns, my constituents are especially worried that the legislation would not keep marijuana out of the hands of our chil

November 24th, 2017House debate

Matt JenerouxConservative

Questions Passed as Orders for Returns  With regard to the appointment of Dr. Mona Nemer as the Chief Science Advisor: (a) how many candidates were considered for the position; (b) how many candidates were interviewed for the position; (c) what is the salary range of the position; (d) what is the overall budget for the

November 20th, 2017House debate

Matt JenerouxConservative

Privacy  Mr. Speaker, recently, the Prime Minister was in Toronto with Google to announce the construction of a high-tech neighbourhood. The Google experiment will use data gained from cameras, smart phone apps, and sensors to design and maintain the project. However, Canadians are concer

November 1st, 2017House debate

Matt JenerouxConservative