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View Candice Bergen Profile
CPC (MB)
View Candice Bergen Profile
2019-06-19 14:38 [p.29387]
Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister believes that there is one set of rules for him and his friends and one set for everyone else in this country. For example, there are his well-connected friends at SNC-Lavalin. They have given over $100,000 in illegal donations to the Liberals, and they got unprecedented access to the Prime Minister and his office.
Will the Prime Minister admit that he inappropriately pressured the former attorney general just to help his buddies at SNC-Lavalin?
View Candice Bergen Profile
CPC (MB)
View Candice Bergen Profile
2019-04-05 10:21 [p.26727]
Madam Speaker, this all began where there was political interference, and it was on the floor of the House when the Prime Minister said that we would see because this would go to court. Before the investigation had even been completed, the Prime Minister showed that clearly he had information and he foresaw that this would go to trial.
As well, we are seeing so much information not being given to Vice-Admiral Norman. I think the concern is that we see a lot of the pattern on this, whether it is the code names or information in documents not being given to the vice-admiral's defence, a pattern which we have seen in previous governments, such as with Kathleen Wynne in Ontario.
If the government has nothing to hide, it could support this motion. There is nothing in here. We are just asking that he has a fair trial and that he gets the documents. We are really concerned about emails and texts being deleted. The Liberals have not answered that and not been clear on it.
If my hon. colleague is not concerned, the Liberals will support our motion.
View Candice Bergen Profile
CPC (MB)
View Candice Bergen Profile
2019-04-04 14:19 [p.26684]
Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister has been caught again, trying to deceive. On February 7, when he said the initial Globe and Mail story was false, he was not telling the truth.
Now we know that when he said the former attorney general never raised her valid concerns with him, he was misleading Canadians. Just yesterday, he accidentally admitted that on September 17, the former attorney general told him very directly to back off.
The Prime Minister cannot seem to keep his story straight. Is that because it is just not true?
View Candice Bergen Profile
CPC (MB)
View Candice Bergen Profile
2019-04-04 14:19 [p.26684]
Mr. Speaker, on February 15, the Prime Minister said that if anyone thought he was doing anything wrong, then it was their responsibility to come forward, but he said that no one did.
Yesterday he admitted that this just was not true. The former attorney general warned him several times, including on September 17, not to politically interfere in the SNC prosecution, but he refused to listen. He fired her, and he continues to spread falsehoods.
Why will the Prime Minister not simply tell the truth about his interference in a criminal prosecution?
View Candice Bergen Profile
CPC (MB)
View Candice Bergen Profile
2019-04-04 14:20 [p.26684]
Mr. Speaker, let us review the facts. The Prime Minister tried to politically interfere in a criminal prosecution. His former attorney general said no, so he fired her.
The truth comes out and he denies everything. The Prime Minister then shuts down the investigation and refuses the full waiver. A tape proves that the former attorney general has been telling the truth. The Prime Minister is furious, so he kicks the two women out of his caucus and runs a smear campaign against both of them.
It is time to end the cover-up. When will the Prime Minister tell the truth?
View Candice Bergen Profile
CPC (MB)
View Candice Bergen Profile
2019-04-03 14:56 [p.26624]
Mr. Speaker, that is an absolutely cowardly response from the Prime Minister. By not denouncing those comments, the Prime Minister is endorsing the smear campaign levelled against the former attorney general and the former president of the Treasury Board. These women are being punished for the crime of telling the truth and having the proof to back it up. They stood up to the Prime Minister and they refused to be silent.
Why did the Prime Minister punish these strong women for doing what was right, for telling the truth and for standing up to his good old boys club?
View Candice Bergen Profile
CPC (MB)
View Candice Bergen Profile
2019-04-02 14:43 [p.26589]
Mr. Speaker, I do not think that the government House leader is hearing the question, so I will try again.
We have learned that the Prime Minister's Office is refusing to provide basic information to the Quebec paper La Presse on the SNC-Lavalin scandal until—get this—after the next election.
Now, by law, access to information requests are supposed to be responded to within 30 days, but the Prime Minister, in his desperation to cover up, seems to think he is above the law.
Why is the Prime Minister obstructing media access to information in order to cover up his deceitful behaviour?
View Candice Bergen Profile
CPC (MB)
View Candice Bergen Profile
2019-04-02 14:44 [p.26589]
Mr. Speaker, Gerald Butts, who is no longer in the Prime Minister's Office, seems to have unfettered and instant access to government texts, emails and documents as he continues his campaign to try to discredit the former attorney general, but when the media requests important information, it is nothing but refusals, obstructions and delays.
My question is for the President of the Treasury Board. It is clear that the Prime Minister is abusing his power in order to stop important information from being revealed. The Prime Minister is moving heaven and earth to cover up his obstruction and his deceitfulness. Why?
View Candice Bergen Profile
CPC (MB)
View Candice Bergen Profile
2019-04-01 14:18 [p.26513]
Mr. Speaker, new information revealed in the tapes last week prove that the Prime Minister has not been telling the truth. The Prime Minister not only had knowledge of the pressure being applied to the former attorney general but he and his office were, in fact, orchestrating it. As the clerk said, the Prime Minister wanted his way, and he was going to get it.
I know I am not allowed to say that the Prime Minister lied, so my question is this. Why did the Prime Minister give deceitful and false information to Canadians regarding the pressure he and his office applied to the former attorney general?
View Candice Bergen Profile
CPC (MB)
View Candice Bergen Profile
2019-04-01 14:20 [p.26513]
Mr. Speaker, Canadians are not buying the ever-changing saga the Prime Minister is trying to peddle.
First of all, he said there is nothing to see here and all allegations are false. Second, we all heard that it is Scott Brison's fault. Now the blame is being placed, and was placed, on the former attorney general. It was all her fault for not saying “no” loudly and clearly enough to the Prime Minister. When we heard the tapes, and all of us heard, she said “no” to the Prime Minister.
Why does the Prime Minister not stop telling us his perspective and tell us the truth?
View Candice Bergen Profile
CPC (MB)
View Candice Bergen Profile
2019-04-01 14:21 [p.26514]
Mr. Speaker, it was the Prime Minister who instructed the Liberal MPs on the justice committee and the ethics committee to shut down the investigation, and they complied. Now, after we heard the tapes just yesterday, guess who said he has more information to give? It is Gerald Butts.
It is clear that there is much more to this scandal and there is more information. It comes right from the Prime Minister and his office.
Will the Prime Minister allow his Liberal MPs on the justice committee to reopen this important investigation?
View Candice Bergen Profile
CPC (MB)
View Candice Bergen Profile
2019-03-22 10:49 [p.26467]
Mr. Speaker, it is regarding the apology that is required.
The member for Winnipeg North has tried to say I was calling everybody childish, but he called our colleague, the member for Sarnia—Lambton, a child. He needs to unreservedly apologize and withdraw that insulting comment made to a woman who is accomplished, who is clearly an adult, and who is doing the mature thing right now—her job. That member should not be qualifying it if someone felt or experienced it differently. He should just stand up and apologize, as a man should.
View Candice Bergen Profile
CPC (MB)
View Candice Bergen Profile
2019-03-22 11:19 [p.26472]
Mr. Speaker, farmers do not need handouts from the government. They need their trading partners in China, and they need those relationships restored.
The House just finished over 30 hours of voting, where Liberal members continued the cover-up, over 30 hours of protecting the Prime Minister and his corruption, and over 30 hours of refusing to let the former attorney general speak. If these are the lengths the Prime Minister is willing to take to stop the truth from being told, then what he is hiding must be absolutely terrible.
If he has nothing to hide, why does the Prime Minister not come clean with Canadians and stop the cover-up?
View Candice Bergen Profile
CPC (MB)
View Candice Bergen Profile
2019-03-22 11:21 [p.26473]
Mr. Speaker, Canadians were watching last night throughout the 31 hours, and they saw exactly what the Liberal government and these Liberal caucus members were doing and the cover-up the Prime Minister continues.
In an explosive interview with Maclean's, the former president of the Treasury Board said there is much more of this story that needs to be heard. Canadians deserve to know the truth. Even after the former president of the Treasury Board said that more needs to be heard, the Prime Minister continues to cover up.
When will he stop the cover-up, allow these former members to speak and waive the client privilege that he has put on them? Stop the gag order. Let them speak.
View Candice Bergen Profile
CPC (MB)
View Candice Bergen Profile
2019-03-20 14:36 [p.26176]
Mr. Speaker, what has become abundantly clear with this cover-up is that the Prime Minister is nothing but a fake feminist. This all started when the good old boys at SNC-Lavalin were caught bribing and spending money on prostitutes and then the Prime Minister and his good old boys said to them, “Don't worry, we'll take care of it.” However, then a woman, the former attorney general, said no to the good old boys and she was promptly fired and silenced.
Why is the Prime Minister silencing women of principle while covering up for the actions of his corrupt friends?
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