Brian Masse - Private Members' Motions - 42nd Parliament, 1st Session (Filtered Results)
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42nd Parliament, 1st SessionM-44Oil and Gas Ombudsman Text of the Motion That, in the opinion of the House, the government should take action to address the varying costs of oil and gas that Canadians ar... That, in the opinion of the House, the government should take action to address the varying costs of oil and gas that Canadians are paying across the country and between provinces, and that the government should create a new office for an Oil and Gas Ombudsman which would: (a) investigate complaints from Canadians regarding excessive prices at gas pumps and other sources of oil and gas; (b) have the ability to investigate independently and thoroughly the concerns made by Canadians; (c) be responsible for gathering and publishing a weekly petroleum inventory report, modelled on the United States Department of Energy’s weekly Petroleum Status Report, that would give weekly updates on refinery oil inputs and petroleum production; (d) be responsible to report to Parliament annually with an independent report about whether or not Canadians are paying too much for these products and whether the respective companies complied in full with any investigations; and (e) work with Canadians and producers to ensure that all Canadians and communities are paying fair prices and receiving fair product amount of the gasoline and oil that they purchase. Latest Activity Placed on Notice (2016.02.25)HistoryPlaced on Notice 2016.02.25Joint Seconders (1) Jointly seconding a private Member's motion is a formal way for up to 20 Members to show support for the motion before it is called for debate. They are displayed in the order they were received by the Clerk of the House. 2016.05.24Show DetailsHide Details
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