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View Nina Grewal Profile
CPC (BC)
View Nina Grewal Profile
2015-04-28 14:10 [p.13126]
Mr. Speaker, residents of my riding and across all of British Columbia are concerned about the crime epidemic in Surrey. That is why our Conservative government has taken strong action to increase front-line RCMP officers in our communities. We have passed more than 30 new measures to combat crime and we have made the youth gang prevention fund a permanent program.
Unfortunately, the Liberals and the New Democrats have opposed and obstructed us every step of the way. The Liberals' solution to drug-fuelled gang warfare is to make marijuana easier for all children to buy and smoke.
British Columbians know that it is only the Prime Minister and this Conservative government who can be trusted to protect them from violent crime.
View Nina Grewal Profile
CPC (BC)
View Nina Grewal Profile
2011-11-21 14:18 [p.3325]
Mr. Speaker, recently there have been several troubling cases of dangerous individuals being released into our communities.
When it comes to keeping the most serious violent offenders off our streets, Canadians can count on this government. We introduced and passed the Tackling Violent Crime Act which strengthened provisions against repeat violent and sexual offenders.
With the introduction of the safe streets and communities bill, our government is taking further steps to ensure that the most serious violent offenders are kept off our streets. This important legislation would give the Parole Board of Canada new powers to keep Canada's most dangerous offenders behind bars where they belong.
The NDP, on the other hand, have tabled amendments that would mean lighter sentences for those who import hard drugs. It is time for the opposition to put an end to its delaying tactics and support our efforts.
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