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Corrections and Conditional Release Act  Madam Speaker, on a point of order, I am wondering if you could inform the House of the amount of time this debate has taken place.

October 19th, 2018House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, I rise on a point of order. Shelley Beyak's children were abducted by their father and taken to Beirut. On September 14, the Prime Minister received a petition of over 930 names of Canadians, adding their voices to that of Shelley Beyak, imploring the Prime Minister

October 18th, 2018House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Consular Affairs  Mr. Speaker, on March 25 of this year, Mia and Liam Tarabichi went on what was supposed to be just a quick trip with their father to Seattle. Instead, he abducted them and fled to Beirut. He is now wanted on an international arrest warrant. The children's mother, Shelley Beyak,

October 18th, 2018House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Moose Hide Campaign  Mr. Speaker, I stand today to talk about the Moose Hide Campaign. Raven Lacerte and her father Paul had taken one moosehide and turned it into an international movement of thousands of conversations, workshops and meetings, with the vision of ending violence against women and chi

October 18th, 2018House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Corrections and Conditional Release Act  Mr. Speaker, let us talk about the past. Something came up over the course of this summer. Let us talk about turning our eyes toward the victim. When the Prime Minister was accused of a groping incident 18 years ago, he had a chance to apologize. I will take no lessons from the m

October 18th, 2018House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Corrections and Conditional Release Act  Mr. Speaker, I have the utmost respect for our hon. colleague across the way. In fact, I worked closely with him during the work on my Bill C-211. He knows I am passionate about ensuring that our part-time workers, our first responders get the help they need whenever they need it

October 18th, 2018House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Corrections and Conditional Release Act  Mr. Speaker, I would like to start off this intervention by setting the situation we are faced with today. Imagine a time when we call murder a “bad practice.” Imagine being at a point in time where we cannot use the word “illegal” for those who cross our borders illegally. It i

October 18th, 2018House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Corrections and Conditional Release Act  Madam Speaker, how will the desired outcomes of the bill be measured and can the Liberals tell Canadians today how much the implementation of the bill will cost?

October 18th, 2018House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Corrections and Conditional Release Act  Madam Speaker, during my work on my private member's bill, Bill C-211, which includes correctional officers, I spoke at length with correctional officers regarding the fact that they were the front line. They see, hear and experience oftentimes the worst of our society. In a rec

October 18th, 2018House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Canada Labour Code  Madam Speaker, my hon. colleague has come to this debate in a very respectful way, asking all parties great questions. Whether in the private sector or when I was a coach for a long period of time, we go through harassment training. I believe it should be mandatory. I believe tha

October 17th, 2018House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Canada Labour Code  Madam Speaker, I asked my hon. colleagues across the way, not once but about 12 times, whether they agreed with the Prime Minister in that he felt that with males and females, victims of violence depending on the situation, might experience that situation differently. Similarly,

October 17th, 2018House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Canada Labour Code  Madam Speaker, it is an honour to stand in the House any time I get a chance. I have listened to this debate for the full amount of time. The amazing thing about the House is that we can, at times, make jabs at those across the way. We are all here to support and represent those

October 17th, 2018House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Canada Labour Code  Madam Speaker, our hon. colleague brought this up in her speech. She talked about mens rea, the guilty mind. Did the person who was committing the crime intend to commit that crime? When the Prime Minister angrily walked across the way and grabbed our colleague by the arm and th

October 16th, 2018House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Canada Labour Code  Madam Speaker, I think we can all agree that leadership begins at the top and that no one should be above the law, regardless of their position, when serious allegations are levied against them. Does my hon. colleague feel that victims of violence and harassment may experience s

October 16th, 2018House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Canada Labour Code  Madam Speaker, I have a lot of respect for our colleague across the way. That was probably one of his most enthusiastic and well thought-out speeches, so I want to thank him for that. We have talked a lot in the course of this debate. It has been very enriching and we are learni

October 16th, 2018House debate

Todd DohertyConservative