Bill

C-24 An Act to impose a charge on the export of certain softwood lumber products to the United States and a charge on refunds of certain duty deposits paid to the United States, to authorize certain payments, to amend the Export and Import Permits Act and to amend other Acts as a consequence

Vote topic

That the motion be amended by deleting all the words after the word "That" and substituting the following: “the House decline to proceed with Bill C-24, An Act to impose a charge on the export of certain softwood lumber products to the United States and a charge on refunds of certain duty deposits paid to the United States, to authorize certain payments, to amend the Export and Import Permits Act and to amend other Acts as a consequence, because it opposes the principle of the bill, which is to abrogate the North American Free Trade Agreement, to condone illegal conduct by Americans, to encourage further violations of the North American Free Trade Agreement and to undermine the Canadian softwood sector by leaving at least $ 1 billion in illegally collected duties in American hands, by failing to provide open market access for Canadian producers, by permitting the United States to escape its obligations within three years, by failing to provide necessary support to Canadian workers, employers and communities in the softwood sector and by imposing coercive and punitive taxation in order to crush dissent with this policy”.

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Result

Yes 76
Liberal
No 174
Conservative Bloc
Paired 2

Conservative

Paired Inky Mark

NDP

Didn't vote Charlie Angus
Didn't vote Alex Atamanenko
Didn't vote Catherine Bell
Didn't vote Dennis Bevington
Didn't vote Dawn Black
Didn't vote Bill Blaikie
Didn't vote Chris Charlton
Didn't vote Olivia Chow
Didn't vote Joe Comartin
Didn't vote Jean Crowder
Didn't vote Nathan Cullen
Didn't vote Libby Davies
Didn't vote Paul Dewar
Didn't vote Yvon Godin
Didn't vote Peter Julian
Didn't vote Jack Layton
Didn't vote Wayne Marston
Didn't vote Pat Martin
Didn't vote Tony Martin
Didn't vote Brian Masse
Didn't vote Irene Mathyssen
Didn't vote Alexa McDonough
Didn't vote Peggy Nash
Didn't vote Penny Priddy
Didn't vote Denise Savoie
Didn't vote Bill Siksay
Didn't vote Peter Stoffer

Bloc

Liberal

Didn't vote Larry Bagnell
Didn't vote Carolyn Bennett
Didn't vote Irwin Cotler
Didn't vote Stéphane Dion
Didn't vote Ken Dryden
Didn't vote Joe Fontana
Didn't vote Hedy Fry
Didn't vote Albina Guarnieri
Didn't vote Michael Ignatieff
Didn't vote Susan Kadis
Didn't vote Jim Karygiannis
Didn't vote Wajid Khan
Didn't vote Jean Lapierre
Didn't vote Lawrence MacAulay
Didn't vote Keith Martin
Didn't vote Dan McTeague
Didn't vote Peter Milliken
Didn't vote Maria Minna
Didn't vote Karen Redman
Didn't vote Todd Russell
Didn't vote Andrew Telegdi
Didn't vote Roger Valley
Didn't vote Joe Volpe
Didn't vote Tom Wappel
Didn't vote Borys Wrzesnewskyj

Independent