Vote topic

That, in the opinion of the House: ( a) the government has constrained the ability of federal scientists to share their research and to collaborate with their peers; (b) federal scientists have been muzzled and prevented from speaking to the media about their work; (c) research is paid for by taxpayers and must be done in the public interest in order to protect the environment and the health and safety of Canadians; and, therefore, (d) the government should immediately rescind all rules and regulations that muzzle government scientists, consolidate government-funded or -created science so that it is easily available to the public at large through a central portal, create a Chief Science Officer whose mandate would include ensuring that government science is freely available to those who are paying for it, namely, the public, and allow scientists to be able to speak freely on their work with limited and publicly stated exceptions.

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Result

Yes 119
NDP Bloc Liberal Forces et Démocratie Green
No 145
Conservative

Conservative

Didn't vote Chris Alexander
Didn't vote John Baird
Didn't vote Maxime Bernier
Didn't vote James Bezan
Didn't vote Lois Brown
Didn't vote Patrick Brown
Didn't vote Ed Fast
Didn't vote Stephen Harper
Didn't vote Guy Lauzon
Didn't vote Kellie Leitch
Didn't vote James Lunney
Didn't vote Deepak Obhrai
Didn't vote Joe Oliver
Didn't vote Lisa Raitt
Didn't vote Greg Rickford
Didn't vote Andrew Scheer
Didn't vote Maurice Vellacott

NDP

Didn't vote Andrew Cash
Didn't vote Joe Comartin
Didn't vote Fin Donnelly
Didn't vote Yvon Godin
Didn't vote Dan Harris
Didn't vote Pierre Jacob
Didn't vote Matthew Kellway
Didn't vote Hoang Mai
Didn't vote Jamie Nicholls
Didn't vote John Rafferty
Didn't vote Mathieu Ravignat
Didn't vote Jean Rousseau
Didn't vote Peter Stoffer
Didn't vote Nycole Turmel

Bloc

Didn't vote Claude Patry

Liberal

Independent

Green

Forces et Démocratie