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Budget Implementation Act, 2022, No. 1   Democratic Party that made that happen in this budget implementation act. The previous member for St. John's East was just here today. I just had an opportunity to speak to him earlier today, and I can say his name now. Last year, in the previous Parliament, Mr. Jack Harris brought

June 6th, 2022House debate

Heather McPhersonNDP

Budget Implementation Act, 2022, No. 1   lost 25,000 units a year. We are talking about over 750,000 units to this day in the shortfall of co-op housing. I was visiting my friends John and Beth last night, who live in co-op housing here in Ottawa. They received safe and secure housing. They were on a wait-list for four

May 9th, 2022House debate

Gord JohnsNDP

Economic and Fiscal Update Implementation Act, 2021   on a “stop the harm” tour, listening to people in Victoria, Duncan, Nanaimo, Edmonton last week, Saskatoon and Toronto. I was in Montreal today, in my colleague's home province, listening to frontline people. I hope he does the same, because they will tell him it is an economic issue

May 2nd, 2022House debate

Gord JohnsNDP

Books of Remembrance   away on May 10. They are Private Francis George William Floyd, Flying Officer Reginald James Dew, Private Joseph Clough, Corporal Patrick Duffy, Private Clayton Morningstar, Lieutenant Charles Casimir Von Straubenzee, Private Duncan McKinnon, Private Arthur Murphy, Private Stephen

May 10th, 2021House debate

Alex RuffConservative

Procedure and House Affairs committee   in to this and listening with bated breath to every word that Wayne Long is going to say, or MP Duncan, MP Turnbull, MP Normandin, MP Kent, MP Calkins and MP Amos, what have you? Do you think they're all tuned in with their little notepads, taking notes and saying, “Look at these guys go. Look at them

May 4th, 2021Committee meeting

Wayne LongLiberal

Procedure and House Affairs committee  That's about the 16th time Ms. Duncan has said the exact same thing. She's on the verge of relevancy on a lot of these points. Let's get back to the motion at hand, the amendment.

April 29th, 2021Committee meeting

John NaterConservative

Procedure and House Affairs committee  Madam Chair, there are rules against both relevance and repetition. I would note that Ms. Duncan is repeating word for word what she said in previous meetings.

April 15th, 2021Committee meeting

John NaterConservative

Procedure and House Affairs committee  I'm again reading word for word what Ms. Duncan is saying from a previous meeting. The last two paragraphs have been word for word what she said in a previous meeting. The rule of repetition states that can't happen. If she has new information to bring forward, she should

April 15th, 2021Committee meeting

John NaterConservative

Procedure and House Affairs committee   concerned about your well-being and how you are doing means a lot. Certainly, MP Duncan, kudos to you for your continued leadership. I still look back at the time when you were in Saint John. We did an announcement with Brilliant Labs on coding. I will never ever forget. We walked

April 15th, 2021Committee meeting

Wayne LongLiberal

Procedure and House Affairs committee   don't know. MP Blaikie knows. It was the Saint John Sea Dogs, which is certainly one of the most successful major junior organizations in the country. Yes, MP Lauzon, they're more successful than the Gatineau Olympiques. I take that back. Maybe they're not quite as successful

March 9th, 2021Committee meeting

Wayne LongLiberal

Procedure and House Affairs committee  Perhaps on the Simms protocol to Ms. Duncan, if I may, having—

March 9th, 2021Committee meeting

John NaterConservative

Procedure and House Affairs committee  That's exactly what my Simms question was going to be focused on. If I could just ask you a quick question, Dr. Duncan, and if you could respond, if you're willing.... Again, this predicates working together. If that's not an option, that's fine.

March 9th, 2021Committee meeting

John NaterConservative

Questions Passed as Orders for Returns  With regard to the Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the RCMP (CRCC), since its establishment: (a) how many complaints and requests for review were filed by individuals identifying as First Nations, Metis, or Inuit, broken down by percentage and number; (b) how many

November 16th, 2020House debate

Gord JohnsNDP

Procedure and House Affairs committee  During the election, what was the range of coronavirus cases you had, and what was the average number of daily cases, for example, for Moncton, Saint John and Fredericton? Would you be willing to table that with the committee?

November 5th, 2020Committee meeting

Kirsty DuncanLiberal

Procedure and House Affairs committee  For example, for the queue voting, we talked about the option presented that it could be in the Sir John A. Macdonald Building. Has there been talk of having a camera in the queue, for example, for the public to see that process?

July 6th, 2020Committee meeting

Eric DuncanConservative