Bill

C-22 An Act to establish the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians and to make consequential amendments to certain Acts

Vote topic

14 The Committee is not entitled to have access to any of the following information:

(a) a confidence of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada, as defined in subsection 39(2) of the Canada Evidence Act;

(b) information the disclosure of which is described in subsection 11(1) of the Witness Protection Program Act;

(c) the identity of a person who was, is or is intended to be, has been approached to be, or has offered or agreed to be, a confidential source of information, intelligence or assistance to the Government of Canada, or the government of a province or of any state allied with Canada, or information from which the person’s identity could be inferred;

(d) information relating directly to an ongoing investigation carried out by a law enforcement agency that may lead to a prosecution.

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Result

Yes 166
Liberal
No 128
Green Bloc NDP Conservative
Paired 2

Conservative

Didn't vote Maxime Bernier
Didn't vote Steven Blaney
Didn't vote Michael Chong
Didn't vote Todd Doherty
Didn't vote Ed Fast
Didn't vote Kellie Leitch
Didn't vote Phil McColeman
Didn't vote Larry Miller
Didn't vote Deepak Obhrai
Didn't vote Erin O'Toole
Didn't vote Lisa Raitt
Didn't vote Alain Rayes
Didn't vote Andrew Scheer
Didn't vote Bradley Trost
Didn't vote Cathay Wagantall

NDP

Bloc

Liberal

Didn't vote Vance Badawey
Didn't vote Chris Bittle
Didn't vote Randy Boissonnault
Didn't vote Wayne Easter
Paired Judy Foote
Didn't vote Kent Hehr
Didn't vote Yvonne Jones
Didn't vote Dominic LeBlanc
Didn't vote Lawrence MacAulay
Didn't vote John McKay
Didn't vote Geoff Regan
Didn't vote Ramesh Sangha
Didn't vote Judy Sgro
Didn't vote Brenda Shanahan

Independent

Green