Vote topic

That the House recognize: ( a) the fundamental right of all Canadians to the freedoms of speech, communication and privacy, and that there must be a clear affirmation on the need for these rights to be respected in all forms of communication; (b) that the collection by government of personal information and data from Canadians relating to their online activities without limits, rules, and judicial oversight constitutes a violation of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms’ protections against unreasonable search and seizure; (c) that Canadians who have expressed deep concerns about Bill C-30 should not be described as being friends of child pornography or advocates of criminal activity; (d) that the Charter is the guarantor of the basic rights and freedoms of all Canadians; and (e) that the Charter is paramount to any provision of the Criminal Code of Canada; and accordingly the House calls on the Prime Minister to ensure that any legislation put forward by his government respects the provisions of the Charter and its commitment to the principles of due process, respect for privacy and the presumption of innocence.

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Result

Yes 274
Conservative NDP Bloc Liberal Green
No 0

Conservative

Didn't vote Eve Adams
Didn't vote Mark Adler
Didn't vote Rona Ambrose
Didn't vote Rob Anders
Didn't vote Gord Brown
Didn't vote John Carmichael
Didn't vote John Duncan
Didn't vote Steven Fletcher
Didn't vote Stephen Harper
Didn't vote Denis Lebel
Didn't vote Wladyslaw Lizon
Didn't vote James Moore
Didn't vote Ted Opitz
Didn't vote Andrew Scheer

NDP

Didn't vote Niki Ashton
Didn't vote Françoise Boivin
Didn't vote Nathan Cullen
Didn't vote Paul Dewar
Didn't vote Réjean Genest
Didn't vote Brian Masse
Didn't vote Irene Mathyssen
Didn't vote Thomas Mulcair
Didn't vote Peggy Nash
Didn't vote Annick Papillon
Didn't vote Mathieu Ravignat
Didn't vote Romeo Saganash
Didn't vote Djaouida Sellah

Bloc

Liberal

Independent

Green