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Questions Passed as Orders for Returns  With regard to preparation and response to COVID-19: (a) which provinces and territories have signed the Multi-Lateral Information Sharing Agreement (MLISA), and on what dates were each of their signatures provided; (b) which provinces and territories have declined to sign the ML

July 20th, 2020House debate

Scott ReidConservative

COVID-19 Pandemic  Madam Chair, they were not so busy that they could not busy themselves with redacting the documents, a task that in the committee's motion was to be left specifically to parliamentary counsel. I ask again: Will the government submit the same documents unredacted so that parliam

April 20th, 2020House debate

Scott ReidConservative

COVID-19 Pandemic  Madam Chair, part of the request was that all such redactions “be made by the Office of the Law Clerk and Parliamentary Counsel of the House of Commons.” Will the minister and her government respond and respect that request?

April 20th, 2020House debate

Scott ReidConservative

COVID-19 Pandemic  Madam Chair, one gets the impression the answer to that is no. The minister is certainly reluctant to say so. It is worth noting that in the special order that was adopted by the House on April 11, the health committee is set up to proceed, but only to receive evidence. It is no

April 20th, 2020House debate

Scott ReidConservative

COVID-19 Pandemic  Madam Chair, the health committee and all the other committees, including the indigenous affairs committee, do not have the ability to make reports or to pass motions, and there is no reason in the world that they should not be able to do so. I note that on the April 11 motion, t

April 20th, 2020House debate

Scott ReidConservative

COVID-19 Pandemic  Madam Chair, on February 26, the Standing Committee on Health passed a motion stating the following: That, pursuant to Standing Order 108(1)(a), the committee order all documents, including briefing notes, memos and emails from senior officials, prepared for the Minister of He

April 20th, 2020House debate

Scott ReidConservative

Committees of the House  Mr. Speaker, under normal circumstances, Commons committees have the power to summon witnesses or to send for documents, but the Liberal chair of the health committee has ruled that right now, when his committee needs these powers the most, these powers have been taken away under

April 20th, 2020House debate

Scott ReidConservative

Questions Passed as Orders for Returns  With regard to policies and procedures of Correctional Service Canada (CSC), specifically at the Joyceville Institution: (a) what policies and procedures were in place on December 1, 2019, with respect to (i) administrative segregation, (ii) disciplinary segregation, (iii) segreg

March 11th, 2020House debate

Scott ReidConservative

Religious Freedom  Mr. Speaker, today, January 29, is a sad day. It marks the third anniversary of a terrorist act so horrendous that it serves as a metaphor for every act of hate against any religious group across the country. I am talking about the attack on the Centre culturel islamique de Québe

January 29th, 2020House debate

Scott ReidConservative

Privilege  Mr. Speaker, I rise today on a matter of personal privilege. On February 5, 2018, in the 42nd Parliament, I misled the House. Because we now sit as the 43rd Parliament, I was uncertain as to how to correctly deal with this procedurally, so I contacted you to determine how best to

January 27th, 2020House debate

Scott ReidConservative

Questions on the Order Paper  With regard to the current ongoing construction taking place on the lawn of Parliament Hill between Centre Block and the Centennial Flame: (a) what is the specific purpose of the construction; (b) when will the construction be completed and the entire lawn be open to the public a

January 27th, 2020House debate

Scott ReidConservative

Christmas  Mr. Speaker, the ghost of Cuzner past haunts us still on both sides of the aisle. 'Twas just before Christmas and the six-week long break, Which after six days of hard work, all we members must take. The PM could not nestle all snug in his bed Any time the election replay

December 13th, 2019House debate

Scott ReidConservative

Resumption of Debate on Address in Reply  Madam Speaker, I want to thank my hon. colleague for her kind comments and congratulate her on her re-election. This is more of a comment than a question. She pointed, quite rightly, to the fact that a small number of us in the House, most of whom re-offered for re-election or

December 12th, 2019House debate

Scott ReidConservative

Resumption of debate on Address in Reply  Madam Speaker, I get the impression that the Liberal focus, when it comes to firearms, is on scary-looking weapons, weapons that look from the outside to have the same aesthetic presentation as an assault weapon. As a practical matter, it is also my understanding that the militar

December 12th, 2019House debate

Scott ReidConservative

Hon. Deepak Obhrai  Mr. Speaker, sometimes the House of Commons can be a harsh and unfair place, and the 42nd Parliament was particularly cruel. Between the election of 2015 and the date six months ago on which the Commons rose, we lost a number of colleagues. We lost Jim Hillyer, who was only 41 ye

December 11th, 2019House debate

Scott ReidConservative