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Criminal Code  Mr. Speaker, I appreciate the opportunity today to speak about Bill S-224, an act to amend the Criminal Code (trafficking in persons). This is a bill that presents the opportunity to consider Canada's criminal justice response to human trafficking. Human trafficking

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Vance BadaweyLiberal

Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, I would like to turn to Bill C-63. I support Bill C-63, the online hate bill, but I do not think it adequately gets to some of the questions of algorithms. I think we have a real problem with rage farming. Some of the examples I have raised tonight

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Elizabeth MayGreen

Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, I would like to turn to the question of the Victims Bill of Rights. When the Canadian Victims Bill of Rights was going through this place, I had the honour to be a member of Parliament at that time. I worked with then ombudsperson Sue O'Sullivan, who was trying

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Elizabeth MayGreen

Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, we must move quickly to pass the bill in its entirety. I would like to remind the member opposite that when this bill went through first reading, I was accompanied by a lady named Carla Beauvais. She is a Black, Afro-Canadian Quebecker who has repeatedly spoken

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Arif ViraniLiberal

Business of Supply   and the involvement of organized crime groups. To effectively respond to these concerns, Bill C-69 would enact new offences targeting auto theft and its links to violence and organized crime, punishable by a maximum of 14 years. These offences are important. They explicitly recognize

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Charles SousaLiberal

Business of Supply   is determined to create its own parallel system. If the money were transferred to the provinces with no strings attached, these plans could be upgraded. Instead, the government is going to spend money to create conflicting and sometimes overlapping provisions. The federal renters' bill

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Rhéal FortinBloc

Business of Supply  Madam Chair, I would say that we can start by moving with pace on Bill C-63. It talks about the fact that hate crimes are up 130% over the last five years in this country. We know that the hatred people are exposed to online has real-world consequences. Look no further than

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Arif ViraniLiberal

Fall Economic Statement Implementation Act, 2023   benefit, raising personal income tax rates on the wealthiest, cutting taxes for the middle class, raising the basic personal expenditure amount, signing free trade deals with countries around the world and being at the table, and we will continue to do so. This bill will implement

May 22nd, 2024House debate

Francesco SorbaraLiberal

Food and Drugs Act  Madam Speaker, I am very pleased to speak to Bill C-368. I would like to thank the member for Red Deer—Lacombe for bringing it forward for the House's consideration. The reason I am very pleased is that the issue of natural health products has garnered a lot of attention in my

May 22nd, 2024House debate

Alistair MacGregorNDP

Business of Supply   for bills such as Bill C-63, the online harms bill, which will tackle things like hatred and its festering online, which has real-world consequences. It is very unfortunate that Canada ranks number one in the G7 for the number of deaths of Muslims in the last seven years, 11 in total

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Arif ViraniLiberal

Business of Supply  Madam Chair, that is a great question, but I believe that the senator's bill, Bill S‑210, addresses only one aspect of our broader bill, C‑63. Protecting children from pornography and sexual predators is a priority for both me and the senator. However, we have different ways

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Arif ViraniLiberal

Business of Supply  Madam Chair, I have several answers to give on this matter. The big difference between the senator's bill and Bill C‑63 is that our bill had the benefit of a five-year consultation. That is the first thing. The second thing is that, although we agree with some aspects, we want

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Arif ViraniLiberal

Fall Economic Statement Implementation Act, 2023   their NDP dental care card every week. I think that is extremely important. Pharmacare is another topic of discussion. All of the major unions in Quebec say that they view the NDP's pharmacare bill, Bill C‑64, in a very positive light. It is important to mention these two things

May 22nd, 2024House debate

Peter JulianNDP

Government Business No. 39—Proceedings on Bill C-64   that I would have liked to share and debate with my colleagues because time allocation has been imposed on an important bill that has consequences for the provinces. This bill will have consequences and it will infringe on provincial jurisdictions. It may also cause disruptions

May 22nd, 2024House debate

Claude DeBellefeuilleBloc

Government Business No. 39—Proceedings on Bill C-64   in Canada. As I said during the debate on Bill C-213 back in 2021, the hardest medication to get in Canada is the one that is not approved and not available because the manufacturer will say that Canada is too complicated, too difficult and it is not worth its time to try to get it onto

May 22nd, 2024House debate

Tom KmiecConservative