Date: 2017/02/15 -- Category/Categories: Parliament, Question Period

Elizabeth May - Saanich—Gulf Islands, BC Mr. Speaker, three years ago in this place, we passed something called Lindsey’s law, an act to create a DNA database for missing persons. It is named Lindsey’s law out of respect for a missing person. Her name is Lindsey Nicholls. Her mom is a friend of mine. She is ...

Date: 2017/02/08 -- Category/Categories: Parliament, Question Period

Ms. Elizabeth May (Saanich—Gulf Islands, GP): Mr. Speaker, on Saturday, at every single law school in Canada, students volunteered, doing research to figure out how they can help refugees potentially affected by President Trump’s attempt to stop their flight to safety. Now those same law students, starting at the University of Victoria, picked up on ...

Date: 2017/02/01 -- Category/Categories: Parliament, Question Period

Elizabeth May: Mr. Speaker, “Within 18 months of forming government, we will introduce legislation to enact electoral reform”. That is from the Liberal platform. It is very clear, and it was repeated with clarity in the Speech from the Throne, and the mandate to us as members of the special committee said we were replacing ...

Date: 2016/12/14 -- Category/Categories: Parliament, Question Period

Asbestos Oral Questions December 14th, 2016 / 3:05 p.m. Elizabeth May Saanich—Gulf Islands, BC Mr. Speaker, it is my great hope that we could leave this place with glad tidings. I hear news that the Government of Canada, after decades of inaction, is finally prepared to ban the use, import, and export of asbestos. I ...

Date: 2016/12/07 -- Category/Categories: Question Period, Uncategorized

Elizabeth May: Mr. Speaker, representatives of the Coalition des citoyens de Lac-Mégantic are here in Ottawa today. In 2013, the member for Papineau signed their petition in support of the construction of a rail bypass in Lac-Mégantic. Today, they are sending a clear message to the Prime Minister. They are asking him to keep his ...

Date: 2016/11/30 -- Category/Categories: Kinder Morgan, Question Period, Uncategorized

Elizabeth May: Mr. Speaker, many British Columbians believed the Liberal election promises last year. I myself did. I believed the Liberal campaign promises that the National Energy Board process was so badly broken that no pipeline could be approved as a result of that process. No magical process has intervened, no testing of the evidence, ...

Date: 2016/11/16 -- Category/Categories: Question Period

Elizabeth May: Mr. Speaker, I am following up on a question asked yesterday of the Minister of National Defence by my colleague from Cowichan—Malahat—Langford. It is about the Shawnigan Lake quarry, which has been shown to violate its permits. It was approved for contaminated-soil disposal, but downstream, where 12,000 residents of Vancouver Island depend on ...

Date: 2016/11/02 -- Category/Categories: Question Period

Elizabeth May: Mr. Speaker, here is a scenario. If the CETA agreement were in force and a controversial Ajax mine in Kamloops, British Columbia were turned down by the British Columbia government, the Polish mining company would have the right to bring an arbitration case against Canada. On the other hand, were a Canadian company ...

Date: 2016/10/26 -- Category/Categories: Question Period

Elizabeth May: Mr. Speaker, far from being a gift-wrapped package for the new government, in the words of Professor Gus Van Harten, CETA was in fact a ticking time bomb. People who know this file knew that the Europeans were not really happy with this deal. To defuse the ticking time bomb, the new government ...

Date: 2016/10/19 -- Category/Categories: Question Period

Elizabeth May: Mr. Speaker, I am aware what I am alleging is indeed shocking, but it appears that three federal government departments colluded with Petronas, the proponent, in order to suppress science and mislead ministers. The threat to the Skeena salmon is real, but the ministers were given a report that cooked the books. Will ...

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