Vote topic

That, in light of the regrettable comments made by the Prime Minister on behalf of Canadians on the death of Fidel Castro, and in an effort to send a clear signal to Cuban people and the international community that his comments do not reflect the true sentiments of Canadians, the House: ( a) reject the comments made by the Prime Minister on November 26, 2016; (b) recognize the past atrocities and repression borne by the Cuban people under the rule of Fidel Castro, including his long and oppressive regime of imprisoning critics and reported beatings during arrest, restrictions on freedom of expression, association and assembly, and the suffering and restrictions placed on the press, minorities, and the democratic process, including the LGBT community; and (c) express its hope and full support for the people of Cuba, that they may now begin to see freedom and a commitment to democracy, human rights, and the rule of law, in order to ensure a brighter and better future for the Cuban people now and for generations to come.

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Result

Yes 82
Conservative
No 218
NDP Bloc Liberal Green

Conservative

Didn't vote Maxime Bernier
Didn't vote Kelly Block
Didn't vote Colin Carrie
Didn't vote Michael Chong
Didn't vote Michael Cooper
Didn't vote Diane Finley
Didn't vote Bernard Généreux
Didn't vote Kellie Leitch
Didn't vote Deepak Obhrai
Didn't vote Erin O'Toole
Didn't vote Lisa Raitt
Didn't vote Andrew Scheer
Didn't vote David Tilson
Didn't vote Karen Vecchio
Didn't vote Mark Warawa

NDP

Bloc

Liberal

Didn't vote Jim Carr
Didn't vote Arnold Chan
Didn't vote Jean-Yves Duclos
Didn't vote Patty Hajdu
Didn't vote TJ Harvey
Didn't vote Yvonne Jones
Didn't vote Bill Morneau
Didn't vote Joyce Murray
Didn't vote Joe Peschisolido
Didn't vote Geoff Regan
Didn't vote Amarjeet Sohi
Didn't vote Justin Trudeau
Didn't vote Borys Wrzesnewskyj

Independent

Green