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Captain Roy Brown  Mr. Speaker, this Saturday will mark the centenary of the most famous aerial combat of all time, in which Canadian pilot Captain Roy Brown shot down Manfred von Richthofen, Germany's illustrious Red Baron. In so doing, Brown ended the career of the deadliest flying ace of the war

April 19th, 2018House debate

Scott ReidConservative

House debate  Mr. Speaker, on a point of order. It is, of course, entirely appropriate when we have proceedings that go on for the better part of a day and possibly, eventually, more than a day, to relax the rules about what people bring into the House to eat and so on. I remember that you ch

March 23rd, 2018House debate

Scott ReidConservative

An Act to Change the Name of the Electoral District of Châteauguay-Lacolle  Mr. Speaker, while this is really interesting, I fail to find the connection between this and the riding name change that is being proposed in the legislation.

February 8th, 2018House debate

Scott ReidConservative

Canada Elections Act  Mr. Speaker, the idea that people do not go to people they know, people who are their friends, people they have done business with and who have a high regard for them to seek donations, would be one that would exclude anybody who has a business background from either making a don

February 5th, 2018House debate

Scott ReidConservative

Canada Elections Act  Mr. Speaker, first, I thank the minister for her kind words. I am confident that my colleague who has taken over the roll will perform as well as and possibly better than I did. Some might say that is an easy bar to clear. I will respond to the substantive question this way. I d

February 5th, 2018House debate

Scott ReidConservative

Canada Elections Act  Mr. Speaker, I want to address Bill C-50 by articulating what I believe is its central purpose, which is not to remedy an absence in the law that has resulted in unlawful behaviour. Rather, it is to deal with an issue that was never unlawful; it was something that did not pass th

February 5th, 2018House debate

Scott ReidConservative

Business of the House  Mr. Speaker, there have been discussions among the parties, and I hope you will find the unanimous consent of the House for the following motion that the House recognize that acts of violence and bigotry directed against religious believers, such as the June 23, 1985, bombing of

January 29th, 2018House debate

Scott ReidConservative

Victims of Anti-Religious Violence  Mr. Speaker, continuing in the same spirit as the last statement, one year ago today, six Muslims were murdered and 19 more were wounded while at prayer in Quebec City. I believe the best way to honour the martyrs of January 29 is to mark the anniversary of this tragedy by commem

January 29th, 2018House debate

Scott ReidConservative

Canada Elections Act  Madam Speaker, I found the comments and proposals by my colleague from Laurentides—Labelle to be a good deal more interesting than those in the bill we are discussing. We sit on the procedure and House affairs committee together. I am not sure I want to admit this, but I am the l

December 7th, 2017House debate

Scott ReidConservative

Canada Elections Act  Someone suggested that the dinosaur connection is to the Conservatives, and I would point out that the Liberals at the time closely resembled trilobites. At that time, the dinosaurs who ruled were the vast institutions, companies that could contribute large amounts of money, phe

December 7th, 2017House debate

Scott ReidConservative

Victims of Anti-Religious Violence  Mr. Speaker, violence and bigotry against religious believers has no place in any society, but even Canada is not immune. On January 29 of this year, six Muslims were murdered and 19 more were injured while praying at Quebec City's Islamic Cultural Centre. In 2004, Montreal's

December 7th, 2017House debate

Scott ReidConservative

Automated External Defibrillators  Mr. Speaker, I want to start by thanking my colleague for introducing this very important motion. I want to thank the member for Abitibi—Témiscamingue who just spoke in favour of the motion. I particularly want to thank the parliamentary secretary, the member for Ajax, who I thin

November 9th, 2017House debate

Scott ReidConservative

Cannabis Act  Mr. Speaker, one the goals of the bill, the government tells us, is to try and keep marijuana out of the hands of young people. The Liberals also tell us that they want to keep marijuana sales out of the hands of organized crime. I had the chance to ask the justice minister tha

November 9th, 2017House debate

Scott ReidConservative

Cannabis Act  My question, Madam Speaker, is about an aspect of Colorado policy, which I think is very good and is not present in Bill C-45. In Colorado, individual municipalities and counties can decide whether to allow marijuana sales. Some have allowed it; some have not. There is no availab

November 9th, 2017House debate

Scott ReidConservative

Parks Canada Agency Act  I was admiring your non-partisan comments from earlier—

October 6th, 2017House debate

Scott ReidConservative