Vote topic

That, in the opinion of the House, the government should reaffirm that: ( a) there is no death penalty in Canada; (b) it is the policy of the government to seek clemency, on humanitarian grounds, for Canadians sentenced to death in foreign countries; and (c) Canada will continue its leadership role in promoting the abolition of the death penalty internationally.

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Result

Yes 147
NDP Bloc Liberal
No 117
Conservative
Paired 10

Conservative

Didn't vote Steven Blaney
Didn't vote Michael Chong
Didn't vote Stephen Harper
Didn't vote Denis Lebel

NDP

Bloc

Liberal

Didn't vote Colleen Beaumier
Didn't vote Bonnie Brown
Didn't vote John Cannis
Didn't vote Ruby Dhalla
Didn't vote Stéphane Dion
Didn't vote Raymonde Folco
Didn't vote Bill Graham
Didn't vote Jim Karygiannis
Didn't vote Derek Lee
Didn't vote Paul Martin
Didn't vote Gary Merasty
Didn't vote Peter Milliken
Didn't vote Maria Minna
Didn't vote Stephen Owen
Didn't vote Glen Pearson
Didn't vote Jim Peterson
Didn't vote Lucienne Robillard
Didn't vote Pablo Rodriguez
Didn't vote Mario Silva
Didn't vote Belinda Stronach
Didn't vote Joe Volpe

Independent

Didn't vote André Arthur
Didn't vote Bill Casey