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Criminal Code  Madam Speaker, through action or inaction, the result is the same. By failing to help the vulnerable, by failing to offer those supports, we are condemning those people. The government is condemning those people to death. To take a positive action and offer them suicide in place

February 15th, 2024House debate

Michael BarrettConservative

Criminal Code  Madam Speaker, I do not believe that this is a question of religion. I think it is simply a question of humanity and how we care for the most vulnerable among us. This is an imperative that we have as parliamentarians. Ensuring that we care for the least of us, those who are most

February 15th, 2024House debate

Michael BarrettConservative

Criminal Code  Madam Speaker, we come here to debate the most serious of issues, and we are faced with one of those issues today. I want to start by being very up front. I do not think that a pause is appropriate for the expansion of medical assistance in dying to those whose sole underlying m

February 15th, 2024House debate

Michael BarrettConservative

Government Business No. 34—Proceedings on Bill C-62  Madam Speaker, I rise on a point of order. With closure having been moved on this, the member has spoken for 70 minutes. He is taking up time. He is suppressing other members from having the opportunity and instead playing politics on a matter that is literally life and death. He

February 13th, 2024House debate

Michael BarrettConservative

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship  Mr. Speaker, I rise on a point of order. During question period, the member for Windsor—Tecumseh shouted that the member for Sherwood Park—Fort Saskatchewan was lying. That is unparliamentary language, and I believe that, if you verify with the proceedings and verification offic

February 12th, 2024House debate

Michael BarrettConservative

Public Services and Procurement  Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister's arrive scam app was supposed to cost taxpayers $80,000, but it was confirmed by the Auditor General that it in fact cost more than $60 million. After eight years of the NDP-Liberal Prime Minister, we know that he is not worth the cost. He is defi

February 12th, 2024House debate

Michael BarrettConservative

Public Services and Procurement  Canadians want and expect us to ascribe responsibility to the individual responsible, and that is the Prime Minister. This app was supposed to cost $80,000. It cost more than $60 million. It has been under RCMP investigation and investigation by the procurement ombud and the Audi

February 12th, 2024House debate

Michael BarrettConservative

Innovation, Science and Industry  Mr. Speaker, last week at committee, we learned that the Liberal government knew about conflicts of interest at its billion-dollar green slush fund, with $150 million that has been embezzled. After eight years, we know the Prime Minister certainly is not worth that cost. Members

February 9th, 2024House debate

Michael BarrettConservative

Innovation, Science and Industry  Mr. Speaker, what Conservatives believe is that when Liberals know about embezzlement by their insiders to the tune of $150 million with their billion-dollar green slush fund, there must be accountability. The minister and his predecessor were aware of the allegations and knew o

February 9th, 2024House debate

Michael BarrettConservative

Public Services and Procurement  Mr. Speaker, there is a lot to unpack there, but I will give a couple of quick numbers: 10,200 people wrongly and illegally quarantined by the broken app, which cost $54 million, an absolutely failure not worth defence. We are not going to take any lessons on lobbying from a gov

February 5th, 2024House debate

Michael BarrettConservative

Public Services and Procurement  Mr. Speaker, after eight years of the Prime Minister and his NDP-Liberal government, it is so distressing to see the state of disrespect the government has fostered for Canadians who have fallen on hard times. Canadians are lining up at food banks in record numbers; there are two

February 5th, 2024House debate

Michael BarrettConservative

Innovation, Science and Industry  Mr. Speaker, the past president of the billion-dollar green slush fund shocked committee last night when she revealed that the government was warned of blatant conflicts of interest. The Prime Minister is not worth the cost of his corrupted billion-dollar green slush fund. The

February 1st, 2024House debate

Michael BarrettConservative

Ethics  Mr. Speaker, after eight years of the NDP-Liberal government, we have a Prime Minister who has been caught misleading Canadians multiple times. Most recently, it is his $84,000 gifted vacation to a luxurious Jamaican villa. What he told Canadians was that he was paying for it, bu

January 30th, 2024House debate

Michael BarrettConservative

Questions Passed as Orders for Returns  With regard to government contracts signed with GCstrategies since November 4, 2015, and broken down by department, agency, Crown corporation, or other government entity: (a) what are the details of all such contracts, including, for each, the (i) date signed, (ii) value, (iii) s

January 29th, 2024House debate

Michael BarrettConservative

Questions Passed as Orders for Returns  With regard to foreign interference in Canadian elections and the report from the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security entitled, "Cyber threats to Canada's democratic process, 2023 update": (a) what are the state actors that are known to be utilizing artificial intelligence to disr

January 29th, 2024House debate

Michael BarrettConservative