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David McGuinty, M.P., Ottawa South
The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today announced that David McGuinty, Member of Parliament for Ottawa South, will be taking a leadership role in the proposed statutory committee of Parliamentarians that will be responsible for reviewing security-related issues. A proposal to fulfill this mandate letter commitment will be brought forward in the coming months. The committee will be instrumental in helping the government meet its stated goal of strengthening national security oversight.
Mr. McGuinty brings a wealth of national and global experience to this position. A lawyer by profession, Mr. McGuinty is a Harvard-trained mediator and negotiator who worked for many years outside of Canada to advance good governance, the rule of law, and improve human rights in emerging democracies. He has also worked with governments, businesses, and not-for-profit organizations around the world on a wide range of issues including the economy and the environment.
In addition, Mr. McGuinty has extensive experience as a Member of Parliament, having served as Official Opposition House Leader, Vice-Chair of several House of Commons Standing Committees, and critic for various portfolios since first being elected in 2004.
CN Rail has pledged $5-million to help house Syrian refugees when they resettle across Canada, demonstrating the opportunity for Canadian businesses to step up and become fully engaged.
“And we’re already seeing that across the country,” said Ottawa South MP David McGuinty, following the press conference. “There’s a level of generosity here, just a greatness of spirit in Canada that really is who we are as a people.”
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Employment Minister Pierre Poilievre is facing renewed accusations of crossing the line between partisan and government activity. Poilievre wore a golf shirt emblazoned with the Conservative party logo to a government announcement on Monday in Halifax, heralding the arrival of the first boosted Universal Child Care Benefit cheques.
Liberal MP David McGuinty called the announcement “obscene” and “completely indefensible.”
“The very fact that Poilievre has the audacity to show up at a publicly supported announcement wearing a Conservative logo, it tells you all you need to know,” said McGuinty, the MP for Ottawa South. “There’s nothing blurry about this at all. This is black and white. This is basically cheating.
“They’re not even trying to pretend anymore. It’s overtly partisan and political, it’s costing Canadian taxpayers millions of dollars, and it’s in total breach of democratic fair play.”
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