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Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, I want to thank the member for his speech today. There were certain words in it that I had a bit of a challenge with. It was mostly when he was talking about the Liberal carbon tax and inflation. He said that they are probably not related and that we are talking abou

December 8th, 2022House debate

Terry DowdallConservative

Climate Change  Mr. Speaker, Canada is broken. Inflation is at a 40-year high. Small business insolvencies are up. Mortgage renewals will cost, on average, $7,000 more per year. The government could help by cutting carbon and home heating taxes. Liberals claim to have an environmental plan, and

November 22nd, 2022House debate

Terry DowdallConservative

Fall Economic Statement Implementation Act, 2022  Mr. Speaker, it is an honour to stand here this morning. One comment that was made was, I guess, that the goal is to make life more affordable. I can tell members that in my constituency office and the emails I receive, that is not the case. We always talk about how we are givi

November 17th, 2022House debate

Terry DowdallConservative

The Economy  Madam Speaker, not a day goes by without a senior reaching out to me worried about how they will heat their home this winter, or a family who fears their mortgage renewal interest rate will make their home unaffordable. The cost of groceries is out of control for everyone. Trucki

November 4th, 2022House debate

Terry DowdallConservative

Judges Act  Mr. Speaker, I was fortunate enough, in my prior life, to be the chair of the police board in my area, the Nottawasaga Police Services Board. I often heard from many of the top brass and those first responders, the ones who were out there on the scene, that there was a huge frust

October 28th, 2022House debate

Terry DowdallConservative

Taxation  Mr. Speaker, prices are out of control in Canada. Businesses are raising prices to keep up with costs, individuals are cutting back on groceries, families are renewing their mortgages to find out that their payments are double and seniors are panicked about being able to afford t

October 6th, 2022House debate

Terry DowdallConservative

Questions Passed as Orders for Return  With regard to contracts provided to consultants related to the processing of requests made under the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act (ATIP), signed since January 1, 2020: (a) what are the details of all such contracts, including for each the (i) vendor, (ii) value,

June 15th, 2022House debate

Terry DowdallConservative

Privilege  Mr. Speaker, I am rising today on a question of privilege concerning inappropriate government interference in the work of the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration. Yesterday afternoon, my office received an email from the hon. member for London West. He forwarded an

May 5th, 2022House debate

Terry DowdallConservative

Blue Mountain Film Festival  Mr. Speaker, I rise today to invite all Canadians to the inaugural Blue Mountain Film Festival taking place June 1 to June 5 in the town of Blue Mountains. The festival will include over 20 international and Canadian films, an industry creative forum and social events, all set in

March 23rd, 2022House debate

Terry DowdallConservative

Emergencies Act  Madam Speaker, I want to be crystal clear. I do not support the government with respect to these emergency actions. My office has never been so busy. This is the busiest it has been since 2019, when I was first elected, with emails and phone calls. My constituents are disturbed b

February 20th, 2022House debate

Terry DowdallConservative

Government Business No. 7--Proceedings on Bill C-12  Madam Speaker, I want to thank my hon. colleague for his fantastic speech today. In my riding of Simcoe—Grey, even prior to the pandemic, the number one issue for me was seniors falling behind. We are certainly not in a better situation now with COVID and the rising inflation. I

February 15th, 2022House debate

Terry DowdallConservative

Questions Passed as Orders for Return  With regard to the requirement that an area must not have an unemployment rate above 6% in order for certain businesses in that area, including those in the hospitality sector, to qualify for the Temporary Foreign Workers Program: (a) has the government, including Destination Can

January 31st, 2022House debate

Terry DowdallConservative

Questions Passed as Orders for Return  With regard to the importation of batteries for electric vehicles (EVs) into Canada and the government's concerns about current and future shortages of batteries for EVs: (a) what specific plans does the government have to improve the battery shortage faced by Canadian EV manufac

January 31st, 2022House debate

Terry DowdallConservative

Simcoe-Grey  Mr. Speaker, I rise today for the first time in the 44th Parliament. I want to thank the good people of Simcoe—Grey for once again putting their trust in me to be their voice here in Ottawa. I also want to thank my wife, Colleen; my two daughters, Lexi and Sarah; my EDA; and the

December 2nd, 2021House debate

Terry DowdallConservative

Resumption of Debate on Address in Reply  Madam Speaker, my ears really perked up when the member opposite talked about electric vehicles. I am very proud to represent the great people in my riding of Simcoe—Grey, where Honda of Canada Manufacturing operates. One of the concerns I heard in his speech was with respect t

December 1st, 2021House debate

Terry DowdallConservative