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Bill C-59 Fall Economic Statement Implementation Act, 2023

Short Title Short title 1 This Act may be cited as the Fall Economic Statement Implementation Act, 2023 . PART 1 Amendments to the Income Tax Act and to Other Legislation R.S., c. 1 (5th Supp.) Income Tax Act 2 (1) Subsection 12(1) of the Income Tax Act is amended by adding th

February 8th, 2024
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Chrystia FreelandLiberal

Criminal Code  Madam Speaker, first I want to thank the member for Cariboo—Prince George for bringing the bill forward. I am honoured to speak to Bill C-321, an act to amend the Criminal Code with respect to assaults against persons who provide health services and first responders

February 16th, 2024House debate

Vance BadaweyLiberal

Canada Early Learning and Child Care Act  Madam Speaker, it is a pleasure to rise in debate today with respect to the early learning and child care act, as well as amendments sent to this place from the other place. There are many things to speak about today since this bill is back before the House. First of all

February 16th, 2024House debate

Michelle RempelConservative

Criminal Code  moved that Bill C-321, An Act to amend the Criminal Code (assaults against persons who provide health services and first responders), be read the third time and passed. Madam Speaker, it is a great honour to rise once again in this chamber to speak to a bill that is near

February 16th, 2024House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Canada Early Learning and Child Care Act   this bill include a wide range of child care options that should be available to parents. That is what the NDP-Liberals rejected. One of the amendments that we had proposed was to make sure we included all types of providers, private providers, home-based providers, alongside public

February 16th, 2024House debate

Jeremy PatzerConservative

Criminal Code   stage, where all parties unanimously supported Bill C-321. The bill is not the be-all and end-all, but sends a clear message to the public and the judiciary that the protection of those who protect us is important. It sends a message that we need to be standing up for those who stand

February 16th, 2024House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Criminal Code  Madam Speaker, it is an honour to rise in the House to speak to Bill C-321, a bill which would amend the Criminal Code to protect and defend our men and women serving on the front lines. The bill is led by my dear friend, a fierce advocate and the Conservative shadow minister

February 16th, 2024House debate

Shuv MajumdarConservative

Criminal Code  Uqaqtittiji, I acknowledge we are on unceded Anishinabe Algonquin territory. I do so while representing my riding of Nunavut. I rise to speak to Bill C-321, an act to amend the Criminal Code regarding assaults against health care professionals and first responders. I thank

February 16th, 2024House debate

Lori IdloutNDP

Canada Early Learning and Child Care Act  Madam Speaker, I agree with my colleague that in any program seeking to provide universality, equality of access for indigenous persons has to be paramount. To her question about whether Bill C-35 would provide true universality, it would not. Grandparents, who might provide

February 16th, 2024House debate

Michelle RempelConservative

Criminal Code  Madam Speaker, my mother was a nurse, my father was a volunteer firefighter, and I have a son who wants to be a police officer. I have been personally aware of the violence that we are talking about my entire life, so the bill introduced by my colleague from Cariboo—Prince

February 16th, 2024House debate

Marilène GillBloc

Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Act   Daunais and François-Stanislas Nicolas. We think of these persons today, as we have done every year on February 15 since 1839. The bill we are discussing today is a very simple bill. What we are really asking is that the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Act

February 15th, 2024House debate

Martin ChampouxBloc

Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Act  Mr. Speaker, I am pleased to take part in this debate on Bill C‑354, which was introduced by the Bloc Québécois. The Bloc Québécois's bill seems pretty straightforward. It states: The Commission shall consult with the Government of Quebec about the cultural distinctiveness

February 15th, 2024House debate

Luc BertholdConservative

Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Act  Madam Speaker, I rise today to speak to Bill C‑354, which seeks to amend the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Act to impose additional consultation obligations on the CRTC, namely the obligation to consult the Government of Quebec on its cultural

February 15th, 2024House debate

Taleeb NoormohamedLiberal

Criminal Code  Madam Speaker, just the strength alone of all the associations that have come on board will help carry that message once this bill passes. However, let us not look too far past even today. We know that this bill, if passed here in this House, has to go to the other chamber. We

February 16th, 2024House debate

Todd DohertyConservative

Canada Early Learning and Child Care Act  Uqaqtittiji, from what I understood, the member was saying that the bill would discriminate against a certain type of care. I wonder whether she could point to where in the bill it talks about this discrimination. What I understand is that the bill states there needs

February 16th, 2024House debate

Lori IdloutNDP