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The Environment  Mr. Speaker, when the Liberals bought a 65-year-old leaky pipeline, most Canadians thought they definitely would have a super-duper cleanup plan in case of an oil spill. Well, apparently not. Washington state is raising the alarm, saying the Liberals emergency plan has major “de

September 25th, 2018House debate

Nathan CullenNDP

Natural Resources  Mr. Speaker, almost a million kilometres of oil pipeline criss-cross this country, going through virtually every town and city, and last year we saw a 41% increase in pipeline spills. For B.C., it was the worst year in a decade. Now we learn from a shocking new report from the NE

September 20th, 2018House debate

Nathan CullenNDP

The Economy  Mr. Speaker, many Canadians are asking themselves what happened to that shiny, progressive, climate-fighting Prime Minister. He was the guy who once said, “No relationship is more important to me...than the [relationship] with Indigenous Peoples”,“governments grant permits...[but

June 20th, 2018House debate

Nathan CullenNDP

Natural Resources  Mr. Speaker, after losing what was the worst and most expensive game of Texas Hold'em in history, we now learn that the company the Liberals bought their pipeline from may have falsified evidence to the NEB. For Coldwater first nations, 90% of their drinking water is threatened

June 19th, 2018House debate

Nathan CullenNDP

National Security Act, 2017  Mr. Speaker, my friend talked about supporting the charter. The NDP moved a series of amendments based on expert testimony from both security officials, people who head up some of our spy agencies, and human rights advocates. One of the amendments from the NDP was that Canada, by

June 18th, 2018House debate

Nathan CullenNDP

National Security Act, 2017  Mr. Speaker, let us continue this alleged debate with my friend from Winnipeg about this specific question. Let me get this straight. Did the NDP move an amendment that said that the Canadian government must not take and use information either directly through torture or that has

June 18th, 2018House debate

Nathan CullenNDP

National Security Act, 2017  Mr. Speaker, I thank my colleague, because he saw what the Liberals just attempted to do. The parliamentary secretary said the fact that the Liberals did not accept any of the substantive amendments from the NDP must mean that the amendments were wrong. That is, until the NDP was

June 18th, 2018House debate

Nathan CullenNDP

Natural Resources  Mr. Speaker, two days before the Liberals bought a 65-year-old pipeline for $4.5 billion, that pipeline sprang a leak, but do not worry, said Kinder Morgan, it is just 100 litres. It turns out that the oil spill was 48 times larger than that, and thank God it did not happen over

June 11th, 2018House debate

Nathan CullenNDP

Natural Resources  Mr. Speaker, I guess, being the owners, they have to put $1 billion aside they have not told us about. Whenever the Liberals talk about the pipeline, they love to wave around so-called agreements with first nations, but they will not ever tell us what those agreements actually

June 11th, 2018House debate

Nathan CullenNDP

Natural Resources  They cannot answer how much, Mr. Speaker, because they do not know, yet a report out today shows that Canada ranks dead last in the G7. Imagine the irony. As devoted as Donald Trump is to the oil and gas sector, he has to tip his little red cap to the Liberals because they are

June 7th, 2018House debate

Nathan CullenNDP

Natural Resources  Mr. Speaker, as the Prime Minister prepares to play host to the G7, Canadians and many around the world are asking themselves, “What happened to this guy?” We all remember that great defender of the planet who promised to end fossil fuels subsidies. However, a new report shows

June 6th, 2018House debate

Nathan CullenNDP

Indigenous Affairs  Mr. Speaker, do you see what they are doing? Do you see how they are trying to pit one first nation group against another?

June 5th, 2018House debate

Nathan CullenNDP

Indigenous Affairs  Watch, watch. It is the oldest trick in the colonial book, the oldest trick that has been used—

June 5th, 2018House debate

Nathan CullenNDP

Indigenous Affairs  Mr. Speaker, watch what the Liberals just did. They said they believe in indigenous rights and title, but only if indigenous people agree with them. They believe in this as a principle, but only when the principle works out for Liberals. What we have seen done through generatio

June 5th, 2018House debate

Nathan CullenNDP

Natural Resources  Mr. Speaker, Canadians were stunned to watch this climate-fighting Prime Minister promise to end fossil fuel subsidies and then go out and buy himself a used pipeline, a 65-year-old pipeline, with our money. These geniuses paid eight times the price that it was bought for just a

June 4th, 2018House debate

Nathan CullenNDP