Vote topic

That, in the opinion of the House, the government should help ensure that patients suffering from Multiple sclerosis (MS), and their families and caregivers, have access to the information they need to make informed decisions in the management of their condition by ensuring that: ( a) the MS monitoring system currently being developed by the Canadian Institute for Health Information contain specific and useful information, accessible directly to patients, on the risks, benefits, and other relevant aspects relative to undergoing surgical treatment for chronic cerebro-spinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI); (b) departments, agencies and programs work closely with provincial and territorial counterparts, with health professionals associations, such as the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, and with patient groups, such as the MS Society of Canada, on the sharing of up-to-date research-based information on the nature of CCSVI and its link to MS; and (c) the government’s two advisory boards dealing with MS ensure the patients’ concerns and views are well represented and heard at future meetings.

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Result

Yes 154
Conservative Bloc Green
No 119
NDP Liberal

Conservative

Didn't vote Mark Adler
Didn't vote Rona Ambrose
Didn't vote Gord Brown
Didn't vote John Carmichael
Didn't vote John Duncan
Didn't vote Julian Fantino
Didn't vote Steven Fletcher
Didn't vote James Lunney
Didn't vote Ted Opitz
Didn't vote Christian Paradis
Didn't vote Andrew Scheer
Didn't vote Vic Toews
Didn't vote Susan Truppe
Didn't vote Maurice Vellacott

NDP

Didn't vote Niki Ashton
Didn't vote Nathan Cullen
Didn't vote Libby Davies
Didn't vote Paul Dewar
Didn't vote Claude Gravelle
Didn't vote Bruce Hyer
Didn't vote Laurin Liu
Didn't vote Brian Masse
Didn't vote Thomas Mulcair
Didn't vote Peggy Nash
Didn't vote Mathieu Ravignat
Didn't vote Romeo Saganash
Didn't vote Djaouida Sellah

Bloc

Liberal

Independent

Didn't vote Peter Goldring

Green