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Natural Resources  Mr. Speaker, the truth is zero pipelines have been proposed or built under the Liberals, and they have killed billions in projects and hundreds of thousands of jobs. The PM ignored experts, workers, indigenous leaders and investors in every province and territory on Bill C-69. Th

May 11th, 2022House debate

Shannon StubbsConservative

Agriculture and Agri-Food  Mr. Speaker, farmers feed Canadians and the world, but in Lakeland three straight years of ag disasters have hurt crops and forced farmers to sell livestock early. It is not over yet and the damage will happen for years. The NDP-Liberal plan to cut fertilizer use will slash yield

April 7th, 2022House debate

Shannon StubbsConservative

Finance  Mr. Speaker, rural Canadians cannot afford this spend-DP-Liberal government. It has killed rural jobs in oil and gas, forestry, mining and agriculture. It has caused record inflation and piled on red tape that crushes small businesses. Western rural municipalities want the govern

April 6th, 2022House debate

Shannon StubbsConservative

Finance  Mr. Speaker, that was a really long “no”. The NDP-Liberals, just like the Prime Minister just did, always talk about big spending and top-down government programs, but the results are record prices for fertilizer, for fuel and food, for heating and for housing. Rural Canadians p

April 6th, 2022House debate

Shannon StubbsConservative

Criminal Code  Mr. Speaker, it is very concerning to hear the minister and the NDP-Liberals misrepresent what this bill would do. To be clear, what this bill would really do is reduce mandatory minimums for all kinds of existing gun crimes and also allow for house arrest for the kinds of crimes

March 30th, 2022House debate

Shannon StubbsConservative

Natural Resources  Mr. Speaker, Canada has the most environmentally and socially responsible oil and gas in the world. After almost seven years of the NDP-Liberals stopping pipelines and blocking exports, the natural resources minister now says Canada can boost production by 300,000 barrels per day

March 30th, 2022House debate

Shannon StubbsConservative

Natural Resources  Mr. Speaker, I was talking about exports, but the reality is that Canadian energy producers have reduced emissions and increased production over the last 20 years, but the NDP-Liberals have done everything they can to shut them down. The Liberals now claim to support hiking produ

March 30th, 2022House debate

Shannon StubbsConservative

Carbon Pricing  Madam Speaker, rural Canadians cannot afford the carbon tax. Fertilizer and fuel costs have doubled in two years. The Bank of Canada said that the carbon tax hikes inflation. Farm businesses already paid $14,000 a year in carbon taxes when it was at $20 a tonne, but in less than

March 25th, 2022House debate

Shannon StubbsConservative

Taxation  Mr. Speaker, energy self-sufficiency is national security, but the Liberals have killed four pipelines, more than 300,000 oil and gas jobs and more than $150 billion in energy and indigenous projects, and they have lost 18 LNG export proposals. There is now a scheme with the NDP

March 22nd, 2022House debate

Shannon StubbsConservative

Building a Green Prairie Economy Act  Mr. Speaker, on behalf of the member for Regina—Lewvan and colleagues right across Manitoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan, I will respond to the private member's bill, Bill C-235, from the member for Winnipeg South Centre. I first wanted to say that I really respect the member. I e

March 4th, 2022House debate

Shannon StubbsConservative

Ukrainians in Lakeland  Mr. Speaker, in 1891, Ukrainians first came to Lamont County, where I grew up. It is known as the cradle of Ukrainian settlement in Canada. The first MP of Ukrainian descent was elected in Vegreville in 1926. Lakeland is home to symbols of Ukrainian food, faith and culture, the w

March 3rd, 2022House debate

Shannon StubbsConservative

Public Safety  Mr. Speaker, the Coutts, Emerson and Windsor borders were cleared before the Prime Minister invoked the Emergencies Act. It was not required for demonstrators to leave Ottawa either. Security and financial experts say there were no real threats to Canada and no suspicious financi

February 28th, 2022House debate

Shannon StubbsConservative

Public Safety  Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister implied that protesters were terrorists. On Friday, the deputy director of FINTRAC was asked if terrorists were using crowdfunding platforms to launder money. He said, “We have not seen them. It is not a high risk”, but Canadians' accounts were fro

February 28th, 2022House debate

Shannon StubbsConservative

Justice  Mr. Speaker, a financial crime expert says the Emergencies Act is a “serious [deviation] from the normal democratic processes”. A U of T finance professor says, “Banks may be inclined to overreact...to avoid running afoul of the government”. Security and finance experts say there

February 21st, 2022House debate

Shannon StubbsConservative

Emergencies Act  Madam Speaker, that is precisely an example of the name-calling, of the extremist and inflammatory frothing at the mouth, of words being put into a person's mouth, of painting with one big broad brush and twisting the points a person has made, that has driven hundreds of thousand

February 20th, 2022House debate

Shannon StubbsConservative