Refine by MP, party, committee, province, or result type.

Results 1-15 of 1135
Sort by relevance | Sorted by date: newest first / oldest first

Canadian Heritage  Mr. Speaker, Facebook and Google generated total advertising revenues of more than $5 billion last year, yet neither of those two multinationals paid a red cent in taxes to Canada. The Minister of National Revenue says she wants to focus on the big fish. Hello! They are not call

May 16th, 2019House debate

Pierre-Luc DusseaultNDP

Petitions  Mr. Speaker, I rise to present an e-petition today that was signed by 3,514 Canadians. Simply put, the petition calls on the Minister of National Revenue to investigate certain activities of JNF Canada to determine if those activities are in violation of the Income Tax Act rules

May 15th, 2019House debate

Pierre-Luc DusseaultNDP

Canada–Madagascar Tax Convention Implementation Act, 2018  Madam Speaker, I would like to come back to the treaty with Madagascar, since that is the subject of today’s debate. After the committee study, does my colleague think that the bill is a one-way deal? Our economic relations with Madagascar are based primarily on Canadian mining

May 14th, 2019House debate

Pierre-Luc DusseaultNDP

Excise Tax Act  moved for leave to introduce Bill C-448, An Act to amend the Excise Tax Act (supply of digital content). Mr. Speaker, I am pleased to rise today to introduce my bill. Just yesterday, my colleague from Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie and I were in Montreal, where we pledged to introduc

May 14th, 2019House debate

Pierre-Luc DusseaultNDP

Ending the Captivity of Whales and Dolphins Act  Madam Speaker, I am pleased to speak to this bill on behalf of the people of Sherbrooke. I know that the majority of them will support this Senate bill, which is now at third reading. I want to keep this brief so the bill can move on to the next stages and go for royal assent, w

May 10th, 2019House debate

Pierre-Luc DusseaultNDP

Oceans Act  Madam Speaker, I am pleased to rise and join my colleagues in the debate on Bill C-55, and more specifically the Senate amendments. Some of them were rejected by the government, which moved its own motion to somewhat amend the bill in response to the questions and criticisms from

May 10th, 2019House debate

Pierre-Luc DusseaultNDP

Oceans Act  Madam Speaker, I thank my colleague for his speech. I have a very specific question for him. He has a lot of experience in this field. He is a member of the Standing Committee on Fisheries and Oceans. I would like to know whether Bill C-55, as drafted, will enable Canada to mee

May 10th, 2019House debate

Pierre-Luc DusseaultNDP

Natural Resources  Madam Speaker, people wishing to show leadership on the environmental front do not buy oil pipelines. As if that were not bad enough, a recent IMF analysis pegged our fossil fuel subsidies at $54 billion. That is 2.4% of Canada's GDP. The government calls itself a climate change

May 10th, 2019House debate

Pierre-Luc DusseaultNDP

Natural Resources  Madam Speaker, you will never guess what the member for Compton—Stanstead and Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food is trying to get her constituents to believe. In her last mailer to all the residents of her riding, the minister claimed that spending $4.5 billion on a pipeline

May 10th, 2019House debate

Pierre-Luc DusseaultNDP

Quebec Diabetes Association  Madam Speaker, I have the privilege this year of serving as honourary chair of the 19th annual golf tournament organized by Diabète Estrie, a non-profit organization in my region made up of people with diabetes, their loved ones, and health care professionals who are trying to ma

May 10th, 2019House debate

Pierre-Luc DusseaultNDP

Canadian Heritage  Mr. Speaker, the Auditor General issued a scathing criticism of the Liberal government yesterday morning on the issue of web giants. The government keeps saying that it is waiting for the international community to join forces to come up with a solution to address the growth of t

May 8th, 2019House debate

Pierre-Luc DusseaultNDP

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship  Mr. Speaker, in 2017 the Auditor General called out the Canada Revenue Agency for its poor management of its call centres. Today we learned that the CRA is not the only organization hanging up on people, but apparently all government service offices are doing so. Come on. Why is

May 7th, 2019House debate

Pierre-Luc DusseaultNDP

Petitions  Mr. Speaker, I have the honour to present a petition signed by the people of Sherbrooke and the Eastern Townships, who are calling for better funding for feminist organizations. They want to draw the attention of the Government of Canada to the underfunding of feminist women's or

May 6th, 2019House debate

Pierre-Luc DusseaultNDP

Criminal Code  Mr. Speaker, I am pleased to rise on behalf of the NDP caucus to express my support for Bill C-417. I will be brief, because I know everyone wants to see this bill sent to the other place as quickly as possible. This is a truly common-sense measure, as recognized by the Standing

April 12th, 2019House debate

Pierre-Luc DusseaultNDP

Budget Implementation Act, 2019, No. 1  Mr. Speaker, to pick up on what my colleague from Louis-Hébert was saying, I will ask a question that the Conservatives have yet to answer. Rightly or wrongly, they get worked up about budgetary deficits every chance they get. What they fail to talk about is how they propose to m

April 12th, 2019House debate

Pierre-Luc DusseaultNDP