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June 16th, 2016
House debate

Mark Warawa
Conservative

Langley Environmental Awards  Mr. Speaker, Langley's 2016 environmental heroes were just honoured in beautiful Fort Langley. The winners were in three categories: individual, group, and youth. An apple tree was planted in their honour in the heritage Hudson's Bay orchard. Ann Blaauw won the individual categ

June 13th, 2016
House debate

Mark Warawa
Conservative

Seniors  Mr. Speaker, I am going to put down my prepared text and would ask my colleague to do the same thing. The question is very simple. What Canadians want is a minister for seniors and a national seniors strategy. That is what they are asking for across this country and, unfortunate

June 13th, 2016
House debate

Mark Warawa
Conservative

Seniors  Mr. Speaker, on April 13, I asked the Prime Minister why he has not yet appointed a minister for seniors. This is a very important question because one in six Canadians is a senior. There are already more seniors in Canada than youth. In 13 short years, one in four Canadians will

June 8th, 2016
House debate

Mark Warawa
Conservative

National Strategy for Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias Act  Mr. Speaker, it is a real honour to be here as official opposition critic for seniors and to speak to Bill C-233, the national strategy on Alzheimer's disease and other dementias. I would like to begin by thanking, particularly, the member for Niagara Falls for introducing this

June 8th, 2016
House debate

Mark Warawa
Conservative

Petitions  Mr. Speaker, the second petition highlights that if a pregnant woman in Canada is killed or assaulted, there is no legal protection for the preborn child today. The petitioners are calling on the House of Commons to pass legislation that would recognize preborn children as separa

June 8th, 2016
House debate

Mark Warawa
Conservative

Petitions  Mr. Speaker, I have two petitions to present. The first highlights that the vast majority of Canadians, and actually physicians and health care professionals, want their conscience protected in regard to assisted suicide and euthanasia. The petitioners are calling on Parliament

June 7th, 2016
House debate

Mark Warawa
Conservative

Petitions  Mr. Speaker, I am honoured to present a petition that overwhelmingly presents the position of Canadians across the country, from coast to coast to coast, on the issue of the protection of conscience rights for physicians. It highlights that the Charter of Rights and Freedoms prot

June 1st, 2016
Committee meeting

Mark Warawa
Conservative

Human Resources committee  Thank you, Chair. Thank you to the witnesses for sharing their valuable time with us today. Mr. Webster, thank you for being with us. I got to know you and your mother, Muriel. I'm very happy that she reached the ripe age of over 100 years of age. Your whole family was very res

June 1st, 2016
House debate

Mark Warawa
Conservative

Petitions  Mr. Speaker, I am honoured to present two petitions. The first petition highlights that coercion, intimidation, or other forms of pressure intended to force physicians and health care institutions to become parties to assisted suicide and euthanasia is a violation of fundamenta

June 1st, 2016
House debate

Mark Warawa
Conservative

Petitions  Mr. Speaker, the second petition comes from Families For Justice, as a group of Canadians, who have lost loved ones to an impaired driver. They believe that Canada's impaired driving laws are much too lenient, and they want the crime to be called vehicular homicide. The petitio

May 31st, 2016
House debate

Mark Warawa
Conservative

Criminal Code  Mr. Speaker, I agree with the member that there is an obligation to do what we can to see this legislation passed. I wish the government would have asked for a year, not six months. It took Quebec six years and three premiers to come up with this. The government rushed this throu

May 31st, 2016
House debate

Mark Warawa
Conservative

Criminal Code  Mr. Speaker, I agree that June 6 is a date that is not likely to be reached, and that the government should be asking for an extension. It should have asked for a longer period of time from the get-go. We need to do this right. To rush it and get it wrong is not in the interest

May 31st, 2016
House debate

Mark Warawa
Conservative

Criminal Code  Mr. Speaker, that is the salient question: what happens on June 6? I asked for a report from the Library of Parliament. It said that it will be the Carter decision and that it will be applied differently across Canada. In each province it will be the College of Physicians and Sur

May 31st, 2016
House debate

Mark Warawa
Conservative

Criminal Code  Mr. Speaker, I would like to begin by asking for consent to share my time with the member for Cariboo—Prince George.

May 31st, 2016
House debate

Mark Warawa
Conservative

Criminal Code  Mr. Speaker, I want to thank the Minister of Justice for being here today to speak in the House and for sharing her perspective and the government's perspective on Bill C-14. I found her to be always available and very thoughtful, and I thank her for her involvement. I have been