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View Maxime Bernier Profile
PPC (QC)
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2019-06-18 15:09 [p.29312]
Mr. Speaker, free speech is the foundation of a free society, yet after erasing the statement of the member for St. Albert—Edmonton from the record, the justice committee proposed several measures to censure free speech on the Internet.
Does the government understand that the novel 1984 was meant to be a warning against the dangers of a totalitarian society and not an instruction manual?
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PPC (QC)
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2019-06-10 15:11 [p.28815]
Mr. Speaker, there have been a series of attacks against free speech by the government recently. At the same time that it is trying to influence mainstream media with its $600-million bailout, the Liberal government wants to control what Canadians can say on social media.
Will the Minister of Democratic Institutions confirm that she is thinking about shutting down Twitter during the election if the company does not comply with her demands, yes or no?
View Maxime Bernier Profile
PPC (QC)
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2019-06-03 15:22 [p.28418]
Mr. Speaker, the People's Party of Canada agrees to apply the vote and is voting in favour of the motion.
View Maxime Bernier Profile
PPC (QC)
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2019-05-06 15:02 [p.27402]
Mr. Speaker, Canada's equalization program is creating more and more division in our country. The Premiers of Alberta and Saskatchewan said that they might call a referendum on that topic. The Premier of New Brunswick agrees that the program is not helping his province to prosper.
Will the government admit that it made a mistake by renewing the equalization formula without change last year and that this unfair and inefficient program needs to be downsized and reformed?
View Maxime Bernier Profile
PPC (QC)
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2019-04-10 15:42 [p.26939]
Mr. Speaker, I would like to present two petitions, an electronic one, E-1906, and a paper version of the same petition. They were initiated by Mr. George Browne, a resident of Ontario. They deal with the protection of our borders and note that limited, merit-based immigration is essential to Canadians' rights and well-being. They call on the Canadian government to withdraw from the United Nations global migration compact.
The two petitions contain more than 68,000 signatures.
View Maxime Bernier Profile
PPC (QC)
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2019-04-04 15:09 [p.26693]
Mr. Speaker, earlier this week gas prices went up in the four provinces where the government imposed its carbon tax. It was reported this morning that the environment minister is also preparing to release new regulations that will push up gas prices even more.
Why does the minister falsely claim that she is making life more affordable for Canadians, when she keeps adding taxes and costly regulation?
View Maxime Bernier Profile
PPC (QC)
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2019-03-18 15:15 [p.26068]
Mr. Speaker, we are learning that the government has entered into discussions with the U.S. to close the loophole in the safe third country agreement. The government has allowed thousands of illegal migrants to flood into Canada and has spent hundreds of millions of dollars, yet it has done nothing to resolve the issue.
Why did the government allow the situation to deteriorate so badly before sitting down with the Americans to enforce our border laws?
View Maxime Bernier Profile
PPC (QC)
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2019-02-26 15:07 [p.25807]
Mr. Speaker, in 2010, the MP for Papineau gave his support to a campaign for the establishment of a United Nations parliament that would have power to adopt binding regulations on Canada. His government has been imposing UN recommendations on Canada on issues such as climate change and migration.
Is the government planning to turn our country into a post-national subdivision of the UN or is it going to stand up for Canada as a sovereign nation deciding its own future?
View Maxime Bernier Profile
PPC (QC)
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2019-02-20 15:05 [p.25558]
Mr. Speaker, after being lobbied by SNC-Lavalin, the government changed the Criminal Code and tried to cut a deal to avoid a trial. Two former SNC-Lavalin executives just had their corruption cases thrown out of court because of unrealistic delays, and we learned that SNC has received more than $2 billion in government aid since 2002.
Will the Prime Minister recognize that crony capitalism is an unjust system that must be eradicated?
View Maxime Bernier Profile
PPC (QC)
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2019-01-30 15:24 [p.25028]
Mr. Speaker, I am pleased to rise today to present petition e-1631 on the subject of telecommunications. Canadian amateur radio operators are calling on the Government of Canada to take action to ensure the security of high frequency radio communications.
This petition was initiated by Martin Bérubé and contains 1,135 signatures.
View Maxime Bernier Profile
PPC (QC)
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2018-12-03 15:02 [p.24322]
Mr. Speaker, this weekend the Prime Minister said that we need a social analysis on the impact of male construction workers brought in to work in rural areas.
Meanwhile, the government is about to sign a UN treaty meant to normalize mass migration. The government must preserve our sovereignty by not signing that treaty.
Can the minister explain why the government is more afraid of the social impact of Canadian male workers than that of migrants from other countries?
View Maxime Bernier Profile
PPC (QC)
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2018-11-27 15:06 [p.24038]
Mr. Speaker, since 2014, the energy industry in western Canada has suffered proportionately a far greater crisis than the automobile industry, and yet not only is the government not helping, it would make energy projects even more difficult with Bill C-69. Can the minister give us assurance that she will finally listen to the concerns of the industry, and pull out this bill?
View Maxime Bernier Profile
PPC (QC)
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2018-11-21 15:10 [p.23671]
Mr. Speaker, the government has been unable to solve the illegal migrants crisis. It plans to increase, by 40%, the number of immigrants we accept, and it is about to sign the global compact on regular migration, a United Nations plan to make mass migration normal and easier.
Will the Prime Minister tell us if he still believes that Canada is a sovereign country that must protect its borders and its identity, yes or no?
View Maxime Bernier Profile
PPC (QC)
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2018-10-29 15:05 [p.22941]
Mr. Speaker, Ottawa and the provinces have a number of programs, taxes and regulations to reduce greenhouse gases. Last week, on Tout le monde en parle, the Prime Minister acknowledged that even if Canada were to cease all economic activity, it would not have much of an impact on climate change.
Why, then, does the Prime Minister want to impose a costly tax on consumers and businesses that will have no impact on climate change?
View Maxime Bernier Profile
PPC (QC)
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2018-10-29 19:53 [p.22978]
Mr. Speaker, the People's Party agrees to apply the vote, and I will be voting in favour of the motion.
View Maxime Bernier Profile
PPC (QC)
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2018-10-22 15:02 [p.22674]
Mr. Speaker, once again, today Canadians are being denied postal services because of a labour dispute.
Postal monopolies have been abolished everywhere in Europe since 2013. Opening to competition and privatization are the keys to reducing costs, improving service and ensuring that Canadians are never again denied postal services during a labour dispute.
When will the government get rid of this antiquated monopoly?
View Maxime Bernier Profile
PPC (QC)
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2018-10-04 15:06 [p.22237]
Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister said that farmers under supply management will be fully compensated for the increase in imports under the free trade agreement with the Americans. If I am not mistaken, the government will be compensating farmers for not producing, while at the same time preventing them from exporting.
Would this money not be better spent buying back the quotas, abolishing the supply management system, and allowing producers to innovate and export?
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