Week of December 3, 2018

Parliament Update – Week of December 3, 2018

The House of Commons debated the following:

  • C-21 – An Act to Amend The Customs Act (Senate Amendments)
  • C-75 – Criminal Code (An Act to amend the Criminal Code, the Youth Criminal Justice Act and other Acts and to make consequential amendments to other Acts) (Third Reading)
  • C-84 – Criminal Code ((bestiality and animal fighting) (Second Reading)
  • C-86 – Budget Implementation Act, 2018, No. 2 (Third Reading)
  • C-88 – Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act (Second Reading)
  • C-90 – Appropriation Act No.3, 2018-19 – (Third Reading)
  • C-316 – Canada Revenue Agency Act (Report Stage)
  • C-392 – Aeronautics Act (Second Reading)
  • C-415 — An Act to Establish a Procedure For Expunging (Second Reading)
  • Motion 151 — National strategy to combat plastic pollution
  • Conservative Opposition Motion – The Economy

On Monday, I presented a petition on human organ trafficking.  Later, I participated in debate on C-88, wherein I strongly stressed that the Liberal government should leave the people of northern Canada with their resources and let them be their own environmentalists and stewards of the land.

On Tuesday, I attended an All-Party Renewable Fuels Caucus Breakfast Meeting.  That afternoon, in the Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security (SECU), we continued the study on Motion 167, Rural Crime in Canada and on Thursday, we continued our study on Motion 161, the Record Suspension Program.  Please see:  www.ourcommons.ca/Committees/en/SECU.

On Tuesday evening, I attended the All-Party Climate Change meeting.

On Friday, while on House Duty, I asked two questions during debate on C-21.

You can read comments, speeches and debates on the corresponding day’s Hansard on the House Publications page at:  www.ourcommons.ca/en

This week, I attended 10 meetings, one event and recorded two tapings.  This week-end I will be in the riding and returning to Ottawa on Sunday.  My next update will be on the happenings of Parliament as it continues to sit for the last week before Christmas break.

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