Business of Supply Madam Speaker, the official opposition's role is to hold the government to account, and that is truly what we are doing in this case. It is not a matter of pointing fingers. It has been established that a clear lack of judgment was exercised. This matter needs to be reviewed by
Business of Supply Madam Speaker, I am pleased to rise today in the House to speak to this very important opposition day motion that comes as a response to the tragedy that occurred in Quebec City a week and a half ago. It is a disaster wherein a young woman was let down by the justice system and
Business of Supply Madam Speaker, we know why the member for Kingston and the Islands is not asked. It is because the Liberals keep a good database. The Liberal list provides them the information they need to be able to make those appointments, as we found out during the last session. To the matte
Business of Supply Mr. Speaker, I thank the member opposite for her comments and echo her condolences to the families and friends of the victims. Can the member explain why Mr. Gallese, who has killed before and was deemed a threat specifically to women, and the member has identified that this was
Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement Implementation Act Madam Speaker, one of the members opposite talked about sovereignty. I know the member for Lethbridge commented on what we lose in terms of sovereignty when we have the U.S. making decisions about who we can and cannot have free trade agreements with. My question is about sovere
Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement Implementation Act I wonder if the member for Lethbridge, in spite of the interruptions, can give us some comment on that.
Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement Implementation Act Madam Speaker, I rise on a point of order. While we are on the subject, the member for Spadina—Fort York used some language that would also fall under the same category addressed by his colleague. I am just wondering if you, Madam Speaker, would like to give him the same opport
Privacy Mr. Speaker, the government revealed that 38 departments and agencies mishandled sensitive information more than 5,000 times last year. Clearly this is not a one-off. This is a pattern across the Liberal government. Information was mismanaged and misplaced. It is clear the Libera
Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement Implementation Act Madam Speaker, we have arrived at this deal and there are so many questions, but not as to why Conservatives might have concerns. I think I have laid those out. We know that there is a lot that we do not know. We know we have asked the government for 51 successive days for an eco
Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement Implementation Act Madam Speaker, truly it is a flawed process. Not only were the opposition and Canadians not given an opportunity to give input and help the government set its priorities throughout the negotiations, but the deal has been signed and we still do not know what is in it. We are asked
Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement Implementation Act Madam Speaker, the member's point is very well taken. It is very concerning. When aluminum sourced from China can be delivered to Mexico, melted down, re-formed and then shipped across the country, it hurts the Canadian aluminum industry and it hurts the producers who use it.
Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement Implementation Act Madam Speaker, it is a pleasure to rise today to talk about this important agreement with our most important trading partners. It has been 51 days since we, the official opposition, the Conservatives, who are very concerned and seized with the economic future of our country, re
Ethics Mr. Speaker, last week, we learned that under the Prime Minister, Canada has fallen to a 10-year low on the global corruption index. We know that the Prime Minister was found guilty of breaking the Conflict of Interest Act. We know he used his office to circumvent, undermine and
January 29th, 2020House debate
Questions on the Order Paper With regard to the March 2019 leak of information related to the Supreme Court nomination process: (a) did the government investigate the leak, and, if not, why not; (b) if the answer to (a) is affirmative, who investigated the leak; (c) was the leak referred to the RCMP and, if
January 27th, 2020House debate