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The Other Side of the Hero  Mr. Speaker, all too often we take for granted those who stand ready to give their lives for us. We live safely, knowing that they stand at the ready to put themselves in harm's way. The brave men and women who are our paramedics, our firefighters, our police officers, and our

December 11th, 2017House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Questions on the Order Paper  With regard to the 3 metric tonnes of Nova Scotia lobster confiscated by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans on October 16, 2017: (a) what country were the lobsters destined for; (b) who owned or was in possession of the lobsters prior to confiscation; (c) what are the reasons

December 8th, 2017House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Softwood Lumber  Mr. Speaker, since day one, we have been challenging the government to make securing a new softwood agreement its number one trade priority. It was no surprise to the rest of us that yesterday's U.S. ruling seems to have caught the Liberal government off guard. Softwood lumber

December 8th, 2017House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Softwood Lumber  Mr. Speaker, this morning, the United States International Trade Commission unanimously voted against the Canadian lumber industry, because of the Liberal government's inaction and failure to get a deal done despite repeatedly assuring this House and Canadians that it was getting

December 7th, 2017House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Canada Shipping Act, 2001  Mr. Speaker, it is indeed an honour to stand before the House to talk to the private member's bill from our colleague from Nanaimo—Ladysmith, Bill C-352. It is unfortunate that we are speaking at a time when really the government has pretty much scuttled her bill, as we get jeers

December 6th, 2017House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Access to Information Act  Madam Speaker, in fact, in the Liberals' campaign document, the second page states, “Together, we can restore a sense of trust in our democracy. Greater openness and transparency are fundamental to accomplishing this.” The next paragraph goes on to say, “Our objective is nothing

December 5th, 2017House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Access to Information Act  Madam Speaker, I thought we were doing so well with the NDP and the Conservatives pointing fingers squarely where they should be, which is across the way. We are stronger when we work together, and my hon. colleague should know that. I have the utmost respect for him, and he know

December 5th, 2017House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Access to Information Act  Madam Speaker, first, I would invite my hon. colleague to visit my riding. My constituents are quite disappointed in the Liberal government. They know full well that Bill C-58 is under the guise of ensuring the Liberal government, the Prime Minister, and his cabinet are not going

December 5th, 2017House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Access to Information Act  Madam Speaker, that is what I love about Liberals. The arrogance gets the best of them. What did I say in my speech? I said that the Liberals' argument was that the Conservatives did not get around to it, that the Conservatives did this or did not do that. That is exactly what th

December 5th, 2017House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Access to Information Act  You are absolutely right, Madam Speaker. I should not have said he lied. Perhaps I should have said he misled Canadians.

December 5th, 2017House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Access to Information Act  We are not sure if he paid the fine. The Liberals always blame the governments that have come before them for all the issues they have. They claim that the Conservatives did this or that or that the NDP is just as bad. They are always blaming people. They never take full respons

December 5th, 2017House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Access to Information Act  Madam Speaker, it is an honour to rise on Bill C-58, and to go down this path once again on how we got to where we are today. To those in the gallery and those listening at home, it probably seems like we hit pause, rewind, then play, time and again. This debate is back again, an

December 5th, 2017House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Department of Veterans Affairs Act  Mr. Speaker, I would first like to thank our colleague for Barrie—Innisfil. He is a very humble gentleman who is passionate about looking after our veterans and first responders. From the very first day that we met here in the House, he has been passionate about doing whatever we

December 1st, 2017House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Taxation  Mr. Speaker, that was not an answer. In July, the Prime Minister swept into my riding and pledged to help every family impacted by the B.C. wildfires. However, once the cameras were gone, his government has been unwilling and unable to answer a simple question. We have been tryi

December 1st, 2017House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Budget Implementation Act, 2017, No. 2  Mr. Speaker, hopefully I am allotted the same amount of time as our hon. colleague across the way to answer that last question. I just arrived from Quebec City, where I toured the Davie shipyard yesterday with our colleagues. I met a number of proud employees who are there worki

December 1st, 2017House debate

Todd DohertyConservative