Vote topic

That this House denounce the conduct of the government, its disregard for democracy and its determination to go to any lengths to advance its partisan interests and impose its regressive ideology, as it did by justifying the Conservative Party's circumvention of the rules on election spending in the 2005-2006 election campaign, when the Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism used public funds to solicit donations to the Conservative Party, when the Party used taxpayers’ money to finance a pre-election campaign under the guise of promoting Canada’s Economic Action Plan, when it changed the wording in government communications to promote itself, when it showed that it is acceptable for a minister to alter a document and make misleading statements to the House, when it refused to provide a parliamentary committee with the costs of its proposals, and when it improperly prorogued Parliament.

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Result

Yes 145
NDP Bloc Liberal
No 135
Conservative
Paired 8

Conservative

Didn't vote Garry Breitkreuz
Paired Gord Brown
Didn't vote Stephen Harper
Didn't vote Peter MacKay
Didn't vote Phil McColeman
Didn't vote James Rajotte
Paired Joy Smith

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Bloc

Liberal

Independent