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Keeping Canada's Economy and Jobs Growing Act   not respect Quebec's responsibility for property and civil rights. Authority over securities is given to the provinces by virtue of their jurisdiction over property and civil rights under subsection 92(3) of the Constitution Act, 1867. It is plain and simple. Nevertheless, the government

October 17th, 2011House debate

Louis PlamondonBloc

Safe Streets and Communities Act   today is an important step forward in that regard. We will continue to reverse the shameful trend which began under the Trudeau regime where former solicitor general, Jean-Pierre Goyer, stated that the protection of society was a secondary objective to protecting the rights

September 27th, 2011House debate

Parm GillConservative

Safe Streets and Communities Act   in 2006. Canadians have spoken loudly and clearly about their expectations from day one as well. They have told us that law enforcement agencies must have the resources they need to make our communities safe; they want the rights of victims, law-abiding Canadians, to be considered

September 22nd, 2011House debate

Vic ToewsConservative

Business of Supply  , Liberals; Trudeau, Trudeau, Trudeau. That is what the federal government did to those people then. They really suffered. Are the Conservatives like a bunch of Trudeaus? Will they take on the mantle of Pierre Elliott Trudeau and follow in the Liberals' footsteps by not apologizing

February 10th, 2011House debate

Richard NadeauBloc

Business of Supply  . member for Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine and which I had the honour to second: That this House issue an official apology to the people whose properties were expropriated to create Forillon Park for the unconscionable manner in which they were treated, and that the Speaker

February 10th, 2011House debate

Pierre PaquetteBloc

Business of Supply  moves: That this House issue an official apology to the people whose properties were expropriated to create Forillon Park for the unconscionable manner in which they were treated, and that the Speaker of the House send the representatives of the people whose properties were

February 10th, 2011House debate

Raynald BlaisBloc

Finance committee   monetary penalties. Or G20 countries could make sure that a file listing all properties and bank accounts of all companies, trusts or foundations, be set up in tax havens and be accessible to tax and legal authorities. I would like to draw your attention to a second problem. Right now

February 1st, 2011Committee meeting

Brigitte Alepin

Status of Women committee   to what is happening in the government with a steady ear and when is the best time to approach government. This is clearly not the right time to approach government when you want to refurbish and get a little bit more into your idea and support for it if the federal government

January 14th, 2011Committee meeting

Marlene Pierre

Status of Women committee   from our women in the development and implementation of the matrimonial property rights law that's forthcoming, because they're scared. They need people like me and these other women who will come out on the front lines and say: “Look, these women are scared to talk. They can't talk

January 14th, 2011Committee meeting

Marlene Pierre

Business of Supply   people came to Canada. They came to this country because they were seeking freedom. In many cases, they came to this country because they were fleeing persecution. However, in all cases people were attracted to this country because they thought there was a promise of human rights

December 9th, 2010House debate

Don DaviesNDP

Bill C-32 (40th Parliament, 3rd Session) committee  Mr. Chairman, ladies and gentlemen members of the committee, thank you for inviting us to appear today. My name is Pierre-Emmanuel Moyse and I am a professor at McGill University and member of the Intellectual Property Policy Centre at that same institution. My comments

December 8th, 2010Committee meeting

Pierre-Emmanuel Moyse

Bill C-32 (40th Parliament, 3rd Session) committee   that govern intellectual property and copyright “to encourage new ideas and protect the rights of Canadians whose research, development and artistic creativity contribute to Canada's prosperity”. This bill will modernize the Copyright Act. It will provide clear copyright rules to support

November 25th, 2010Committee meeting

John Connell

Veterans Affairs committee  We at the Royal Canadian Legion and other organizations feel that this bill, and I quote from our brief, “would infringe on the rights of Canadians to own and dispose of their private property as they see fit. This is a right that should not be trampled on lightly.” It simply

October 19th, 2010Committee meeting

Pierre Allard

Canada-Panama Free Trade Act  , was originally a financial crisis, of course. Nonetheless, income inequality in the United States caused a major portion of the American public to go into debt, to buy property in particular. The entire chain reaction that brought in the unsound financial products that provoked this crisis

September 30th, 2010House debate

Pierre PaquetteBloc

Business of Supply   and the provinces. The federal plan proposed by the Minister of Finance destroys Quebec's exclusive responsibilities with respect to property, civil rights and jurisdiction. In fact, with his national commission, the Conservative finance minister who introduced this legislation wants to do

June 10th, 2010House debate

Guy AndréBloc