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Criminal Code   more than to remain positive, even optimistic, or even bury my head in the sand like so many other MPs are doing when it comes to Bill C-75, the 300-page omnibus justice bill. As the official opposition, we have to once again call out this Liberal government's poor judgment

November 8th, 2018House debate

Jacques GourdeConservative

Ethics  Mr. Speaker, the Privy Council Office has revealed that 73 people were aware of Liberal cabinet secrets about the decision to delay the shipbuilding contract awarded to Davie. We know that several Liberal ministers and MPs had the appearance of or a real conflict of interest

November 8th, 2018House debate

Richard Martel

Criminal Code   possible solutions have been requested and, as mentioned, not adopted in Bill C-75, despite the calls by my colleague, the New Democrat justice critic, the MP for Victoria. His calls have been drawn from the testimony of experts in the field, including the Criminal Trial Lawyers

November 8th, 2018House debate

Linda DuncanNDP

Criminal Code   delays and that proceedings would now be terminated after a certain time frame. This was concerning to my constituents and to all MPs, especially those from Quebec, because we have seen several troubling cases in Quebec. In some cases, people charged with horrific crimes have been

November 8th, 2018House debate

Matthew DubéNDP

Criminal Code   the seriousness of the offence. It absolutely does, and the member for Edmonton Centre acknowledged as much. Liberal MPs on the justice committee agreed when they voted in support of our amendments to remove the reclassification of terrorism and genocide-related offences. What kind

November 8th, 2018House debate

Michael CooperConservative

Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act  Madam Speaker, as I said at the beginning of my speech, these trade deals are extremely important for the business community. This will allow it opportunities to continue to grow and prosper. That is extremely important. My job and his job and the job of the 338 MPs is to work

November 7th, 2018House debate

Darrell SamsonLiberal

Ethics  Mr. Speaker, the Privy Council revealed that 73 people were aware of Liberal cabinet secrets related to the delay of the Davie Shipbuilding contract. We know that several Liberal ministers and several Liberal MPs have real or perceived conflicts in that shipbuilding deal

November 7th, 2018House debate

Erin O'TooleConservative

Diwali and Bandi Chhor Divas  Mr. Speaker, today Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist and Jain communities across Canada will be celebrating Diwali and Bandi Chhor Divas. In celebration of Diwali, houses will be illuminated with diyas in every corner, colourful rangoli artwork decorations will be the vibrant centrepieces

November 7th, 2018House debate

Raj SainiLiberal

Budget Implementation Act, 2018, No. 2   became accustomed to 400-page bills and now the Liberals are introducing an 800-page omnibus bill. It never ends. This is just wrong. If you combine the two budget implementation bills, they total 1,400 pages. It is just wrong. As MPs who represent our constituents, how can we do our

November 6th, 2018House debate

François ChoquetteNDP

Budget Implementation Act, 2018, No. 2   dollars for summer jobs to stop the Trans Mountain expansion. The Liberals removed the tax credit for new exploration oil drilling at the very worst time. Also, many Liberal MPs ran in the last election opposing the export of Canada's oil to the world. Since they formed government

November 6th, 2018House debate

Shannon StubbsConservative

Points of Order  Mr. Speaker, I rise on a point of order, which relates to a unanimous consent motion passed in the House of Commons on May 24, and it relates to the unanimous consent given on the installation of a plaque commemorating a former MP from the Great War, Sam Sharpe. The unanimous

November 6th, 2018House debate

Erin O'TooleConservative

Member for Saint-Léonard—Saint-Michel  Mr. Speaker, that is very nice for the Liberal MP. He gets to collect his salary all the way to the end of January while he is earning a paycheque from a private firm. That is all okay to the Prime Minister. In fact the Prime Minister has asked him to stay away from Ottawa

November 6th, 2018House debate

Andrew ScheerConservative

Parliamentarians of the Year Awards  Mr. Speaker, last night, MPs and staff gathered together at the Maclean's, L'Actualité, Parliamentarians of the Year awards. In a rare and refreshing spirit of bipartisanship, we celebrated MPs from northern Saskatchewan to Quebec City, from Chicoutimi to Toronto, from Nepean

November 6th, 2018House debate

Nathan CullenNDP

Budget Implementation Act, 2018, No. 2  Mr. Speaker, I want to say hello to my member of Parliament. When I am in the House, the member for Hull—Aylmer is my MP. I get his email updates regularly. I have two things to say in response to his comments. If he truly wanted to be consistent with the price on pollution

November 6th, 2018House debate

Gérard DeltellConservative

The Environment   to introduce a bill or motion. It is not lost on me that the MP for Courtenay—Alberni could have chosen any other topic to introduce a bill or motion on, but chose this issue as it is extremely important to all Canadians. I know it is for my constituents in Brampton West as well

November 5th, 2018House debate

Kamal Khera