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Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, with respect to Bill C-21, I would just underscore that it also includes red flag and yellow flag provisions. As a former Crown, the member opposite will appreciate that they will help keep people safe through an emergency weapons prohibition order to immediately

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Arif ViraniLiberal

Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, I just want to underscore that Bill C-21, which the member voted against, actually proposed to increase maximum penalties from 10 year of imprisonments to 14 years for firearms-related offences, including firearms smuggling and trafficking, which is a pressing issue

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Arif ViraniLiberal

Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, what Bill C-21 will also do is improve the ability of CBSA to manage inadmissibility to Canada when foreign nationals commit firearms-related offences upon entry into this country.

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Arif ViraniLiberal

Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, I have a few responses. First of all, Bill C-63 contemplates a responsibility to file a digital safety plan with the new commissioner to indicate how one is going to moderate risk for one's users, and lastly, to be vetted against that moderation and to be subject

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Arif ViraniLiberal

Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, I would just reflect on the fact that when we were looking at Bill S-12, if I remember the number correctly, with the sex offender registry, we heard greatly from victims about the context of things like non-disclosure agreements and where their autonomy

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Arif ViraniLiberal

Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, first, I would like to point out that Meta's response was also surprising, because there are a lot of penalties set out in Bill C-63, but Meta is still comfortable working with us. With regard to the second question, I want to say that we stand up

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Arif ViraniLiberal

Government Business No. 39—Proceedings on Bill C-64   been a promise that has been lingering for years from their side. There have only been three days of debate, April 16, May 6 and May 7, according to what I see in the House of Commons record. The proposed bill was tabled on February 29. What the Liberals want, basically

May 22nd, 2024House debate

Tom KmiecConservative

Business of Supply  . Fourth, there is a provision in the current budget implementation bill that deals with issuing an order to require a financial institution to keep an account open to assist in the investigation of a suspected criminal offence. Fifth, there is a provision that would allow for issuing

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Arif ViraniLiberal

Business of Supply   also want to ask about the indigenous community and the issue of reconciliation, specifically around Bill S-13. Could the minister update us on that issue, in terms of how we are advancing the issue to support the first nations people?

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Charles SousaLiberal

Business of Supply   important conversation over a year ago about bail reform, which we responded to with pace, in conjunction with law enforcement and with provincial and territorial governments around the country. That produced Bill C-48, which we passed in a short amount of time, ensuring that we changed

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Arif ViraniLiberal

Business of Supply   taken to highlighting Bill C-75 of the Liberal government, which directs them to release people with the least restraint possible. My question to the minister again is this: How many times is too many before a repeat violent offender like the drug trafficker I mentioned should

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Tako Van PoptaConservative

Business of Supply   adjudicators around the country. Second, the decisions are meant to be guided by principles under the Criminal Code of Canada and by Supreme Court jurisprudence. The member is referencing Bill C-75, and what it entrenched is the constitutional principle that already came from case law

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Arif ViraniLiberal

Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, the Delisle case in Quebec highlights the importance of changing our system regarding the way investigations are conducted following a bad conviction. That is why we must promote Bill C-40, in order to change our system and discover more cases that are at issue

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Arif ViraniLiberal

Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, Mr. Lametti, whom I worked with as parliamentary secretary, did extraordinary work during his more than four years in the position. I can note that the context we are discussing now illustrates the need to completely change the process with Bill C‑40—

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Arif ViraniLiberal

Business of Supply   conviction and on indictable offences. We have a scourge of hatred in this country, and we have to address it. That is what the bill would do.

May 23rd, 2024House debate

Arif ViraniLiberal