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Recorded Votes in the House of Commons

Where the Cabinet did not Vote with the Majority

1957 to Date

42nd Parliament (2015-12-03 -  )

1st Session (2015-12-03 -  )

Division: 210
Sponsor: Randy Boissonnault (Lib.)
Motion: motion for Bill S-201 An Act to prohibit and prevent genetic discrimination (report stage amendment)
Result: Yeas: 59   Nays: 218
Cabinet Minister: Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, voted "YEA"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2017-03-08   House of Commons Journals 2017.03.08 pp. 1430-31
Division: 212
Sponsor: Robert Oliphant (Lib.)
Motion: motion for third reading of Bill S-201 An Act to prohibit and prevent genetic discrimination
Result: Yeas: 222   Nays: 60
Cabinet Minister: Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, voted "NAY"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2017-03-08   House of Commons Journals 2017.03.08 pp. 1433-34
Division: 208
Sponsor: Michael Cooper (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights of Bill S-217 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (detention in custody)
Result: Yeas: 59   Nays: 218
Cabinet Minister: Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2017-03-08   House of Commons Journals 2017.03.08 pp. 1426-27
Division: 211
Sponsor: Robert Oliphant (Lib.)
Motion: motion for for concurrence at report stage of Bill S-201 An Act to prohibit and prevent genetic discrimination
Result: Yeas: 222   Nays: 59
Cabinet Minister: Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, voted "NAY"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2017-03-08   House of Commons Journals 2017.03.08 pp. 1431-32
Division: 135
Sponsor: Mark Gerretsen (Lib.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities of Bill C-243 An Act respecting the development of a national maternity assistance program strategy and amending the Employment Insurance Act (maternity benefits)
Result: Yeas: 231   Nays: 78
Cabinet Minister: Justin Trudeau, Prime minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2016-10-26   pp. 917-18
Division: 136
Sponsor: Bryan May (Lib.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Finance of Bill C-240 An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (tax credit — first aid)
Result: Yeas: 227   Nays: 81
Cabinet Minister: Justin Trudeau, Prime minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2016-10-26   pp. 919-20

41st Parliament (2011-06-02 - 2015-08-02)

2nd Session (2013-10-16 - 2015-08-02)

Division: 43
Sponsor: Kennedy Stewart (N.D.P.)
Motion: Private Members' Business M-428 (Electronic petitions)
Result: Yeas: 142   Nays: 140
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2014-01-29   pp. 439-41

1st Session (2011-06-02 - 2013-09-13)

Division: 645
Sponsor: Randall Garrison (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for third reading of Bill C-279 An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code (gender identity and gender expression)
Result: Yeas: 149   Nays: 137
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2013-03-20   pp. 2899-2901
Division: 642, 643
Sponsor: Randall Garrison (N.D.P.)
Motion: motions at report stage to amend Bill C-279 An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code (gender identity and gender expression)
Result: Yeas: 152   Nays: 134 (# 642)
Yeas: 148   Nays: 140 (# 643)
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2013-03-20   pp. 2894-97
Division: 644
Sponsor: Randall Garrison (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for concurrence at report stage as amended of Bill C-279 An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code (gender identity and gender expression)
Result: Yeas: 150   Nays: 137
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2013-03-20   pp. 2897-99
Division: 502
Sponsor: Ralph Goodale (Lib.)
Motion: Private Members' Business M-388 (support Canada's firefighters)
Result: Yeas: 150   Nays: 134
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2012-11-21   pp. 2325-27
Division: 284
Sponsor: Scott Brison (Lib.)
Motion: Private Members' Business M-315 (Instruction to the Standing Committee on Finance (income inequality))
Result: Yeas: 161   Nays: 138
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2012-06-13   pp. 1510-12
Division: 272
Sponsor: Hedy Fry (Lib.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights of Bill C-273 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (cyberbullying)
Result: Yeas: 145   Nays: 144
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2012-06-06   pp. 1451-52
Division: 271
Sponsor: Randall Garrison (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights of Bill C-279 An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code (gender identity and gender expression)
Result: Yeas: 150   Nays: 132
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2012-06-06   pp. 1449-51

40th Parliament (2008-11-18 - 2011-03-26)

3rd Session (2010-03-03 - 2011-03-26)

Division: 141
Sponsor: Bill Siksay (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for concurrence at report stage of Bill C-389 Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code (amendment: gender identity and gender expression)
Result: Yeas: 143   Nays: 131
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2012-12-08   pp. 1021-2
Division: 204
Sponsor: Michael Ignatieff (Lib.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (government in contempt of Parliament)
Result: Yeas: 156   Nays: 145
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2011-03-25   pp. 1421-3
Division: 203
Sponsor: Joe Preston (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion to proceed to Orders of the Day
Result: Yeas: 144   Nays: 150
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2011-03-23   pp. 1399-1401
Division: 202
Sponsor: Pierre Paquette (B.Q.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (conduct of the government)
Result: Yeas: 145   Nays: 135
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2011-03-10   pp. 1344-6
Division: 195
Sponsor: Dominic LeBlanc (Lib.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (electoral financing)
Result: Yeas: 152   Nays: 139
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2011-03-08   pp. 1318-20
Division: 189
Sponsor: Olivia Chow (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Eighth Report of the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration (funding to Immigrant Settlement and Adaptation Services)
Result: Yeas: 145   Nays: 136
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2011-03-02   pp. 1286-8
Division: 188
Sponsor: Tom Lukiwski (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion to proceed to Orders of the Day
Result: Yeas: 135   Nays: 138
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2011-03-01   pp. 1278-80
Division: 187
Sponsor: Ralph Goodale (Lib.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (documents requested by the Standing Committee on Finance)
Result: Yeas: 145   Nays: 142
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2011-02-28   pp. 1271-3
Division: 186
Sponsor: France Bonsant (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for concurrence at report stage of Bill C-343 An Act to amend the Canada Labour Code and the Employment Insurance Act (family leave)
Result: Yeas: 151   Nays: 138
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2011-02-16   pp.1257-9
Division: 185
Sponsor: Dennis Bevington (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development of Bill C-530 An Act to amend the Northwest Territories Act (borrowing limits)
Result: Yeas: 150   Nays: 140
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2011-02-16   pp. 1255-7
Division: 184
Sponsor: Mervin Tweed (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Eighth Report of the Standing Committee on Transport, Infrastructure and Communities (extension of time, pursuant to Standing Order 97.1, to consider Bill C-511
Result: Yeas: 140   Nays: 151
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2011-02-16   pp. 1254-5
Division: 163
Sponsor: Anthony Rota (Lib.)
Motion: motion for concurrence at report stage of Bill C-309 An Act establishing the Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Region of Northern Ontario
Result: Yeas: 149   Nays: 134
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2011-02-09   pp.1210-12
Division: 162
Sponsor: Scott Brison (Lib.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (corporate taxes)
Result: Yeas: 149   Nays: 134
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2011-02-09   pp. 1208-10
Division: 153
Sponsor: Mark Holland (Lib.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in First Report of the Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security (prison farm closures and food provisionment)
Result: Yeas: 140   Nays: 136
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2011-02-02   pp. 1165-7
Division: 147, 148, 149
Sponsor: Robert Nicholson (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion at report stage to amend Bill S-6 An Act to amend the Criminal Code and another Act
Result: Yeas: 136   Nays: 138 (# 147)
Yeas: 137   Nays: 138 (# 148)
Yeas: 136   Nays: 138 (# 149)
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-12-14   pp. 1065-70
Division: 140
Sponsor: Carolyn Bennett (Lib.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology of Bill C-568 An Act to amend the Statistics Act (mandatory long-form census)
Result: Yeas: 147   Nays: 136
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-12-08   pp. 1019-21
Division: 139
Sponsor: Nathan Cullen (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (West Coast oil tanker traffic)
Result: Yeas: 143   Nays: 138
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-12-07   pp. 1015-17
Division: 133
Sponsor: Tom Lukiwski (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion for adjournment of the debate for concurrence in First Report of the Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security
Result: Yeas: 132   Nays: 135
Cabinet Minister: Jean-Pierre Blackburn, Minister of Veterans Affairs, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-12-01   pp. 970-2
Division: 131
Sponsor: Christian Ouellet (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for referral back to the Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development of Bill C-304 An Act to ensure secure, adequate, accessible and affordable housing for Canadians
Result: Yeas: 141   Nays: 132
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-11-24   pp. 942-4
Division: 130
Sponsor: Christiane Gagnon (B.Q.)
Motion: notice of motion for the production of paper P-32 (aqueduct system analysis reports for Canadian Forces Base Valcartier, Quebec, from 1970 on)
Result: Yeas: 140   Nays: 129
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-11-24   pp. 940-2
Division: 128
Sponsor: Bob Dechert (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion for concurrence at report stage as amended of Bill C-22 An Act respecting the mandatory reporting of Internet child pornography by persons who provide an Internet service
Result: Yeas: 126   Nays: 138
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-11-16   pp. 898-900
Division: 97
Sponsor: Tom Lukiwski (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion, as amended, that the Standing Committee on Procedure and House Affairs be instructed to recommend changes to the Standing Orders and other conventions governing Oral Questions
Result: Yeas: 137   Nays: 144
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-10-06   pp. 746-8
Division: 90
Sponsor: Marc Garneau (Lib.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (long-form census)
Result: Yeas: 152   Nays: 141
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-09-29   pp. 707-9
Division: 88
Sponsor: Mark Holland (Lib.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Second Report of the Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security (recommendation not to proceed further with Bill C-391, An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the Firearms Act (repeal of long-gun registry))
Result: Yeas: 153   Nays: 151
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-09-22   pp. 641-3
Division: 75
Sponsor: Carol Hughes (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for concurrence at report stage of Bill C-280 Employment Insurance Act (amendment: qualification for and entitlement to benefits)
Result: Yeas: 143   Nays: 137
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-06-16   pp. 543-4
Division: 76
Sponsor: Linda Duncan (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development of Bill C-469 An Act to establish a Canadian Environmental Bill of Rights
Result: Yeas: 144   Nays: 137
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-06-16   pp. 545-6
Division: 71
Sponsor: Guy André (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for concurrence at report stage as amended of Bill C-395 Employment Insurance Act (amendment: labour dispute)
Result: Yeas: 139   Nays: 134
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-06-09   pp. 497-8
Division: 54
Sponsor: Tom Lukiwski (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion to proceed to Orders of the Day
Result: Yeas: 124   Nays: 129
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-06-02   pp. 445-6
Division: 52
Sponsor: Mark Holland (Lib.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (G-8 and G-20 security costs)
Result: Yeas: 139   Nays: 136
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-06-01   pp. 437-8
Division: 50
Sponsor: John Rafferty (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology of Bill C-501 An Act to amend the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act and other Acts (pension protection).
Result: Yeas: 144   Nays: 111
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-05-26   pp. 408-9
Division: 47
Sponsor: Michael Ignatieff (Lib.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on the Status of Women of Bill C-471 An Act respecting the implementation of the recommendations of the Pay Equity Task Force and amending another Act in consequence.
Result: Yeas: 148   Nays: 136
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-05-05   pp. 344-5
Division: 42
Sponsor: Bruce Hyer (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for third reading of Bill C-311 An Act to ensure Canada assumes its responsibilities in preventing dangerous climate change
Result: Yeas: 149   Nays: 136
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-05-05   pp. 335-7
Division: 44
Sponsor: Johanne Deschamps (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for third reading of Bill C-288 An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (tax credit for new graduates working in designated regions)
Result: Yeas: 149   Nays: 136
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-05-05   pp. 338-40
Division: 45
Sponsor: Peter Stoffer (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion at report stage to amend Bill C-201 Canadian Forces Superannuation Act and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Superannuation Act (amendment: deletion of deduction from annuity)
Result: Yeas: 149   Nays: 134
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-05-05   pp. 340-2
Division: 46
Sponsor: Peter Stoffer (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for concurrence at report stage as amended with further amendments of Bill C-201 Canadian Forces Superannuation Act and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Superannuation Act (amendment: deletion of deduction from annuity)
Result: Yeas: 149   Nays: 134
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-05-05   pp. 342-4
Division: 39
Sponsor: France Bonsant (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities of Bill C-343 An Act to amend the Canada Labour Code and the Employment Insurance Act (family leave)
Result: Yeas: 144   Nays: 137
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-04-28   pp. 300-2
Division: 40
Sponsor: Pascal-Pierre Paillé (B.Q.)
Motion: motion, as amended, that the government should purchase the Pont de Québec for one dollar
Result: Yeas: 141   Nays: 133
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-04-28   p. 302-3
Division: 37
Sponsor: Claude Gravelle (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (Investment Canada Act)
Result: Yeas: 144   Nays: 136
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-04-28   pp. 296-8
Division: 38
Sponsor: Massimo Pacetti (Lib.)
Motion: motion for third reading of Bill C-302 An Act to recognize the injustice that was done to persons of Italian origin through their “enemy alien” designation and internment during the Second World War, and to provide for restitution and promote education on Italian-Canadian history
Result: Yeas: 147   Nays: 134
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-04-28   pp. 298-300
Division: 36
Sponsor: LaVar Payne (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion for adjournment of the debate asking the government to give an instruction to the Standing Committee on Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, that it have the power during its consideration of Bill C-3, An Act to promote gender equity in Indian registration by responding to the Court of Appeal for British Columbia decision in McIvor v. Canada (Registrar of Indian and Northern Affairs)
Result: Yeas: 123   Nays: 134
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-04-27   pp. 289-91
Division: 32
Sponsor: Gérard Asselin (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Government Operations and Estimates of Bill C-429 An Act to amend the Department of Public Works and Government Services Act (use of wood)
Result: Yeas: 144   Nays: 141
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-04-21   pp. 259-61
Division: 24
Sponsor: Alex Atamanenko (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Agriculture and Agri-Food of Bill C-474 An Act respecting the Seeds Regulations (analysis of potential harm)
Result: Yeas: 153   Nays: 134
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-04-14   pp. 202-4
Division: 22
Sponsor: Carole Lavallée (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in First Report of the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage
Result: Yeas: 156   Nays: 137
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-04-14   pp.198-200
Division: 21
Sponsor: David McGuinty (Lib.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (environment)
Result: Yeas: 155   Nays: 137
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-04-14   pp.196-8
Division: 23
Sponsor: Bruce Hyer (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for concurrence at report stage of Bill C-311 Act to ensure Canada assumes its responsibilities in preventing dangerous climate change
Result: Yeas: 155   Nays: 137
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-04-14   pp.200-2
Division: 20
Sponsor: Yvon Godin (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for third reading of Bill C-232 An Act to amend the Supreme Court Act (understanding the official languages)
Result: Yeas: 140   Nays: 137
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-03-31   pp.170-2
Division: 18
Sponsor: Christian Ouellet (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for concurrence at report stage of Bill C-241 Employment Insurance Act (amendment: removal of waiting period)
Result: Yeas: 143   Nays: 142
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-03-24   pp.131-3
Division: 6
Sponsor: Jack Layton (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (prorogation)
Result: Yeas: 139   Nays: 135
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-03-17   pp.95-6
Division: 4
Sponsor: Wayne Easter (Lib.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (government spending)
Result: Yeas: 140   Nays: 137
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-03-16   pp. 87-9
Division: 200
Sponsor: John Rafferty (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for concurrence at report stage as amended of Bill C-501 Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act and other Acts (amendment: pension protection)
Result: Yeas: 164   Nays: 119
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-03-09   pp. 1335-7
Division: 199
Sponsor: Monique Guay (B.Q.)
Motion: motion at report stage to amend Bill C-393 Patent Act (amendment: drugs for international humanitarian purposes) and to make a consequential amendment to another Act
Result: Yeas: 172   Nays: 111
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2010-03-09   pp. 1333-4

2nd Session (2009-01-26 - 2009-12-30)

Division: 155
Sponsor: Ujjal Dosanjh (Lib.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply, as amended, (documents regarding Afghan detainees)
Result: Yeas: 146   Nays: 143
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-12-10   pp. 1195-97
Division: 154
Sponsor: Michael Ignatieff (Lib.)
Motion: amendment to the motion of Business of Supply (documents regarding Afghan detainees)
Result: Yeas: 146   Nays: 143
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-12-10   pp. 1193-94
Division: 158
Sponsor: Gerry Byrne (Lib.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Eighth Report of the Standing Committee on Fisheries and Oceans
Result: Yeas: 147   Nays: 142
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-12-10   pp. 1202-03
Division: 157
Sponsor: Thierry St-Cyr (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for third reading of Bill C-291 An Act to amend the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (coming into force of sections 110, 111 and 171)
Result: Yeas: 142   Nays: 143
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-12-10   pp. 1200-01
Division: 143
Sponsor: Peter Julian (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for adjournment of the debate for concurrence in Third Report of the Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security
Result: Yeas: 125   Nays: 133
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-12-03   pp. 1128-30
Division: 142
Sponsor: Judy Wasylycia-Leis (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology of Bill C-393, An Act to amend the Patent Act (drugs for international humanitarian purposes) and to make a consequential amendment to another Act
Result: Yeas: 143   Nays: 127
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-12-02   pp. 1123-5
Division: 139
Sponsor: Paul Dewar (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (transfer of Afghan detainees)
Result: Yeas: 146   Nays: 129
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-12-01   pp. 1113-4
Division: 138
Sponsor: Irwin Cotler (Lib.)
Motion: >motion for referral to the Standing Committee on Procedure and House Affairs of the question of privilege raised by the Member of Mount Royal
Result: Yeas: 151   Nays: 136
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-11-30   pp. 1107-8
Division: 133
Sponsor: Bernard Bigras (B.Q.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (climate change)
Result: Yeas: 137   Nays: 124
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-11-24   pp. 1075-7
Division: 131
Sponsor: Gordon O'Connor (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion for adjournment of the debate for concurrence in Eighth Report of the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration
Result: Yeas: 115   Nays: 116
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-11-19   pp. 1054-6
Division: 130
Sponsor: André Guy (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities of Bill Bill C-395, An Act to amend the Employment Insurance Act (labour dispute)
Result: Yeas: 119   Nays: 114
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-11-18   pp. 1050-2
Division: 126
Sponsor: Yves Lessard (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities of Bill C-308, An Act to amend the Employment Insurance Act (improvement of the employment insurance system)
Result: Yeas: 156   Nays: 144
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-11-04   pp. 1004-6
Division: 125
Sponsor: Carolyn Bennett (Lib.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (H1N1 flu pandemic )
Result: Yeas: 156   Nays: 144
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-11-04   pp. 1002-4
Division: 120
Sponsor: Yves Lessard (B.Q.)
Motion: motion asking the government to implement a support program for out-of-work older workers
Result: Yeas: 143   Nays: 137
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-10-28   p. 964-6
Division: 119
Sponsor: Louis Plamondon (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Finance of Bill C-290, An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (tax credit for loss of retirement income)
Result: Yeas: 142   Nays: 137
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-10-28   pp. 962-4
Division: 114
Sponsor: Claude Guimond (B.Q.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (forestry industry)
Result: Yeas: 137   Nays: 131
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-10-20   pp. 923-5
Division: 113
Sponsor: Libby Davies (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion asking the government to give an instruction to the Standing Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development that it has the power to divide Bill C-311, An Act to ensure Canada assumes its responsibilities in preventing dangerous climate change, into two bills
Result: Yeas: 132   Nays: 131
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-10-08   pp. 892-4
Division: 107
Sponsor: Megan Leslie (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities of Bill C-304, An Act to ensure secure, adequate, accessible and affordable housing for Canadians
Result: Yeas: 148   Nays: 137
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-09-30   pp. 850-1
Division: 92
Sponsor: Luc Malo (B.Q.)
Motion: motion asking the government to give direct assistance to artists
Result: Yeas: 144   Nays: 142
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-06-17   pp. 651-3
Division: 93
Sponsor: Stéphane Dion (Lib.)
Motion: motion asking the government to increase its support of Canada’s renewable energy sector, to allow our country to participate in the worldwide effort to develop renewable energy sources and to enlist Canada as a full member of the International Renewable Energy Agency
Result: Yeas: 146   Nays: 141
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-06-17   pp. 653-5
Division: 94
Sponsor: Anthony Rota (Lib.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology of Bill C-309, An Act establishing the Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Region of Northern Ontario
Result: Yeas: 145   Nays: 142
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-06-17   pp. 655-6
Division: 85
Sponsor: Jean-Yves Roy (B.Q.)
Motion: amendment to the motion asking the government to reconsider its decision to eliminate the funding channelled through the Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec to non-profit bodies active in the economic development sector, and reinstate their funding
Result: Yeas: 145   Nays: 135
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-06-10   pp. 615-6
Division: 87
Sponsor: Lawrence MacAulay (Lib.)
Motion: motion asking the government to implement a program to reduce the effort on the Atlantic Lobster Fishery to ensure a viable industry for future generations
Result: Yeas: 146   Nays: 134
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-06-10   pp. 616-8
Division: 84
Sponsor: Carol Hughes (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities of Bill C-280, An Act to amend the Employment Insurance Act (qualification for and entitlement to benefits)
Result: Yeas: 144   Nays: 135
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-06-10   pp. 613-4
Division: 86
Sponsor: Serge Cardin (B.Q.)
Motion: motion asking the government to reconsider its decision to eliminate the funding channelled through the Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec to non-profit bodies active in the economic development sector, and reinstate their funding
Result: Yeas: 145   Nays: 135
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-06-10   p. 616
Division: 78
Sponsor: Massimo Pacetti (Lib.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage of Bill C-302, An Act to recognize the injustice that was done to persons of Italian origin through their “enemy alien” designation and internment during the Second World War, and to provide for restitution and promote education on Italian-Canadian history
Result: Yeas: 146   Nays: 131
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-06-03   pp. 561-3
Division: 79
Sponsor: Claude DeBellefeuille (B.Q.)
Motion: motion asking the government to work with its North American partners to promptly pursue a North American cap-and-trade market with absolute greenhouse gas emission targets
Result: Yeas: 141   Nays: 135
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-06-03   pp. 563-5
Division: 71
Sponsor: Yvon Godin (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights of Bill C-232, An Act to amend the Supreme Court Act (understanding the official languages)
Result: Yeas: 140   Nays: 133
Cabinet Minister: Jean-Pierre Blackburn, Minister of National Revenue, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-05-27   pp. 532-3
Division: 70
Sponsor: Johanne Deschamps (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Finance of Bill C-288, An Act to amend Income Tax Act (tax credit for new graduates working in designated regions)
Result: Yeas: 142   Nays: 134
Cabinet Minister: Jean-Pierre Blackburn, Minister of National Revenue, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-05-27   pp. 530-2
Division: 69
Sponsor: Ève-Mary Thaï Thi Lac (B.Q.)
Motion: motion asking the government to introduce as soon as possible a bill providing: a 110 dollar monthly increase in the guaranteed income supplement paid to pensioners; the continuation of the payment, for a period of six months, of the old age security pension and supplement to a person whose spouse or common-law partner has died; automatic registration for people 65 entitled to the guaranteed income supplement; full retroactivity of the guaranteed income supplement for seniors who have been short-changed
Result: Yeas: 144   Nays: 133
Cabinet Minister: Jean-Pierre Blackburn, Minister of National Revenue, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-05-27   pp. 528-30
Division: 65
Sponsor: Jim Maloway (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Transport, Infrastructure and Communities of Bill C-310, An Act to Provide Certain Rights to Air Passengers
Result: Yeas: 139   Nays: 131
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-05-13   pp. 489-91
Division: 67
Sponsor: Peter Stoffer (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Veterans Affairs of Bill C-201, An Act to amend the Canadian Forces Superannuation Act and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Superannuation Act (deletion of deduction from annuity)
Result: Yeas: 139   Nays: 129
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-05-13   pp. 493-4
Division: 64
Sponsor: Alexandra Mendes (Lib.)
Motion: motion asking the government to provide Service Canada with a mandate to offer full passport services at all service centres and all international border communities in Canada and follow through on its commitment made on September 4, 2008, to add new receiving sites for passport applications
Result: Yeas: 144   Nays: 140
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-05-06   pp. 460-62
Division: 60
Sponsor: Bernard Patry (Lib.)
Motion: motion asking the government to act immediately to implement the measures of the Advisory Group report "National Roundtables on Corporate Social Responsibility and the Canadian Extractive Industry in Developing Countries"
Result: Yeas: 143   Nays: 140
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-05-06   pp. 455-6
Division: 61
Sponsor: Maxime Bernier (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion to amend the Standing Order 89 by deleting the words “and of second reading of a private Member’s public bill originating in the Senate”; and the Standing Order 86.2(2) by deleting the words “a Senate public bill or”
Result: Yeas: 140   Nays: 143
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-05-06   pp. 456-8
Division: 63
Sponsor: Josée Beaudin (B.Q.)
Motion: amendment to the motion asking the government to provide Service Canada with a mandate to offer full passport services at all service centres and all international border communities in Canada and follow through on its commitment made on September 4, 2008, to add new receiving sites for passport applications
Result: Yeas: 144   Nays: 140
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-05-06   pp. 458-60
Division: 62
Sponsor: Tony Martin (N.D.P.)
Motion: sub-amendment to the motion asking the government to provide Service Canada with a mandate to offer full passport services at all service centres and all international border communities in Canada and follow through on its commitment made on September 4, 2008, to add new receiving sites for passport applications
Result: Yeas: 144   Nays: 140
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-05-06   pp. 458-60
Division: 57
Sponsor: Christian Ouellet (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities of Bill C-241, An Act to amend the Employment Insurance Act (removal of waiting period)
Result: Yeas: 139   Nays: 138
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-04-29   pp. 427-9
Division: 54
Sponsor: Glen Thibeault (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (economic situation)
Result: Yeas: 147   Nays: 124
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-04-27   pp. 415-7
Division: 53
Sponsor: Mark Holland (Lib.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (Canada—United States border)
Result: Yeas: 146   Nays: 125
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-04-27   pp. 414-5
Division: 50
Sponsor: John McKay (Lib.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development of Bill C-300, An Act respecting Corporate Accountability for the Activities of Mining, Oil or Gas in Developing Countries
Result: Yeas: 137   Nays: 133
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-04-22   pp. 386-8
Division: 51
Sponsor: Thierry St-Cyr (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration of Bill C-291, An Act to amend the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (coming into force of sections 110, 111 and 171)
Result: Yeas: 140   Nays: 134
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-04-22   pp. 388-90
Division: 48
Sponsor: Serge Ménard (B.Q.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (gun control)
Result: Yeas: 143   Nays: 136
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay "
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-04-22   pp. 383-5
Division: 47
Sponsor: Bruce Hyer (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development of Bill C-311 An Act to ensure Canada assumes its responsibilities in preventing dangerous climate change
Result: Yeas: 141   Nays: 128
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-04-01   pp. 349-51
Division: 46
Sponsor: Pablo Rodriguez (Lib.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (CBC–Radio-Canada)
Result: Yeas: 136   Nays: 126
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-03-31   pp. 345-7
Division: 43
Sponsor: Olivia Chow (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Second Report of the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration
Result: Yeas: 129   Nays: 125
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-03-30   pp. 335-6
Division: 42
Sponsor: Richard Dykstra (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion for adjournment of the debate for concurrence in Second Report of the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration
Result: Yeas: 125   Nays: 128
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-03-26   pp. 317-9
Division: 30
Sponsor: Wayne Marston (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Third Report of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development
Result: Yeas: 141   Nays: 134
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-03-25   pp. 273-5
Division: 32
Sponsor: John McCallum (Lib.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (vote 35 in the Main Estimates 2009-2010)
Result: Yeas: 154   Nays: 139
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-03-24   pp. 288-90
Division: 26
Sponsor: Chris Charlton (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (employment insurance)
Result: Yeas: 152   Nays: 140
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-03-10   pp. 232-4
Division: 25
Sponsor: Robert Bouchard (B.Q.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (forestry industry)
Result: Yeas: 152   Nays: 140
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-03-10   pp. 230-1
Division: 27
Sponsor: Marc Garneau (Lib.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (science, research and innovation)
Result: Yeas: 152   Nays: 140
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-03-10   pp. 234-5
Division: 14
Sponsor: Gerard Kennedy (Lib.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (municipal infrastructure)
Result: Yeas: 154   Nays: 136
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2009-03-03   pp. 188-90
Division: 83
Sponsor: Jay Hill (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion to amend the Standing Orders (Extension of sitting hours in June)
Result: Yeas: 134   Nays: 138
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-06-09   pp. 601-2

39th Parliament (2006-04-03 - 2008-09-07)

2nd Session (2007-10-16 - 2008-09-07)

Division: 150
Sponsor: Robert Bouchard (B.Q.)
Motion: motion to amend Bill C-207 An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (tax credit for new graduates working in designated regions)
Result: Yeas: 137   Nays: 111
Cabinet Minister: Greg Francis Thompson, Minister of Veterans Affairs, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-06-12   pp. 967-8
Division: 151
Sponsor: Paul Crête (B.Q.)
Motion: motion to amend Bill C-207 An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (tax credit for new graduates working in designated regions)
Result: Yeas: 136   Nays: 110
Cabinet Minister: Greg Francis Thompson, Minister of Veterans Affairs, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-06-12   pp. 968-71
Division: 153
Sponsor: Robert Bouchard (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for concurrence at report stage as amended with further amendments of Bill C-207 An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (tax credit for new graduates working in designated regions)
Result: Yeas: 135   Nays: 107
Cabinet Minister: Greg Francis Thompson, Minister of Veterans Affairs, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-06-12   pp. 973-5
Division: 152
Sponsor: Robert Bouchard (B.Q.)
Motion: motion to amend Bill C-207 An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (tax credit for new graduates working in designated regions)
Result: Yeas: 136   Nays: 107
Cabinet Minister: Greg Francis Thompson, Minister of Veterans Affairs, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-06-12   pp. 971-3
Division: 156
Sponsor: Deepak Obhrai (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Sixth Report of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development
Result: Yeas: 108   Nays: 121
Cabinet Minister: Greg Francis Thompson, Minister of Veterans Affairs, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-06-12   pp. 981-2
Division: 154
Sponsor: Robert Bouchard (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for third reading of Bill C-207 An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (tax credit for new graduates working in designated regions)
Result: Yeas: 135   Nays: 108
Cabinet Minister: Greg Francis Thompson, Minister of Veterans Affairs, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-06-12   pp. 975-6
Division: 148
Sponsor: Lloyd St-Amand (Lib.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Sixth Report of the Standing Committee on Agriculture and Agri-Food
Result: Yeas: 150   Nays: 114
Cabinet Minister: Jean-Pierre Blackburn, Minister of Labour, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-06-10   pp. 952-3
Division: 143
Sponsor: Joe Preston (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion for adjournment of the debate for concurrence in Sixth Report of the Standing Committee on Agriculture and Agri-Food
Result: Yeas: 102   Nays: 146
Cabinet Minister: Jean-Pierre Blackburn, Minister of Labour, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-06-10   pp. 942-4
Division: 141
Sponsor: Peter Van Loan (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion of Government Business (Extension of sitting hours in June, pursuant to Standing Order 27)
Result: Yeas: 114   Nays: 139
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-06-09   pp. 944-5
Division: 131
Sponsor: Derek Lee (Lib.)
Motion: motion that this House reaffirm all of its well-established privileges and immunities, especially with regard to freedom of speech (Conflict of Interest Code)
Result: Yeas: 145   Nays: 115
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-06-05   pp.920-1
Division: 124, 125, 126, 127
Sponsor: Jack Layton (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for concurrence at report stage as amended of Bill C-377 An Act to ensure Canada assumes its responsibilities in preventing dangerous climate change
Result: Yeas: 148   Nays: 115 (# 124)
Yeas: 148   Nays: 115 (# 125)
Yeas: 148   Nays: 115 (# 126)
Yeas: 148   Nays: 115 (# 127)
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-06-04   pp. 905-9
Division: 128
Sponsor: Jack Layton (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for concurrence at report stage with further amendments of Bill C-377 An Act to ensure Canada assumes its responsibilities in preventing dangerous climate change
Result: Yeas: 148   Nays: 115
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-06-04   p. 909
Division: 129
Sponsor: Jack Layton (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for third reading of Bill C-377 An Act to ensure Canada assumes its responsibilities in preventing dangerous climate change
Result: Yeas: 148   Nays: 116
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-06-04   pp. 909-11
Division: 130
Sponsor: Robert Carrier (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Human Resources, Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities of Bill C-490 An Act to amend the Old Age Security Act (application for supplement, retroactive payments and other amendments)
Result: Yeas: 149   Nays: 115
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-06-04   pp. 911-12
Division: 122
Sponsor: Olivia Chow (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Third Report of the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration
Result: Yeas: 137   Nays: 110
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-06-03   pp. 898-9
Division: 118
Sponsor: Ed Komarnicki (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion that the House do now proceed to the Orders of the Day
Result: Yeas: 97   Nays: 121
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-05-29   pp. 870-2
Division: 111
Sponsor: Tina Keeper (Lib.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Fourth Report of the Standing Committee on Status of Women
Result: Yeas: 111   Nays: 116
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-05-15   pp. 824-5
Division: 107
Sponsor: Olivia Chow (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Seventh Report of the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration
Result: Yeas: 141   Nays: 117
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-05-07   pp.788-9
Division: 93
Sponsor: Michel Guimond (B.Q.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (that the House express its full and complete confidence in Elections Canada and the Commissioner of Canada Elections)
Result: Yeas: 152   Nays: 117
Cabinet Minister: David Emerson, Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Pacific Gateway and the Vancouver - Whistler Olympics, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-04-29   pp.742-3
Division: 82
Sponsor: Irene Mathyssen (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Third Report (United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples) of the Standing Committee on Status of Women
Result: Yeas: 148   Nays: 113
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-04-08   pp.668-9
Division: 80
Sponsor: Andrew Telegdi (Lib.)
Motion: motion with respect to lower the flag on the Peace Tower at half-staff
Result: Yeas: 142   Nays: 115
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-04-02   pp.634-5
Division: 49
Sponsor: Mauril Bélanger (Lib.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Second Report (Protection of language rights under the Court Challenges Program) of the Standing Committee on Official Languages
Result: Yeas: 158   Nays: 123
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-03-05   pp. 516-18
Division: 59, 60
Sponsor: Louise Thibault (B.Q.)
Motion: motion asking the government to review the Old Age Security program
Result: Yeas: 155   Nays: 120 (# 59)
Yeas: 155   Nays: 120 (# 60)
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-03-05   pp.533-5
Division: 52, 53, 54, 55, 56
Sponsor: Dan McTeague (Lib.)
Motion: motion at report stage to amend Bill C-253 An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (deductibility of RESP contributions)
Result: Yeas: 158   Nays: 122 (# 52)
Yeas: 158   Nays: 122 (# 53)
Yeas: 156   Nays: 122 (# 54)
Yeas: 156   Nays: 122 (# 55)
Yeas: 156   Nays: 122 (# 56)
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-03-05   pp. 521-33
Division: 46
Sponsor: Robert Thibault (Lib.)
Motion: motion asking the government to end its delays and immediately commence the public inquiry into the Mulroney-Schreiber affair
Result: Yeas: 148   Nays: 124
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-03-03   pp.501-2
Division: 39
Sponsor: Judy Sgro (Lib.)
Motion: motion with respect to the death penalty
Result: Yeas: 147   Nays: 117
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-02-06   pp.397-8
Division: 36
Sponsor: Paul Crête (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in First Report (Manufacturing: Moving Forward — Rising to the Challenge) of the Standing Committee on Finance
Result: Yeas: 154   Nays: 119
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-02-05   pp. 389-90
Division: 20
Sponsor: Dean Allison (Cons.)
Motion: motion asking the government to amend Section 7 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms to extend property rights to Canadians
Result: Yeas: 118   Nays: 138
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-12-05   pp. 261-3
Division: 16
Sponsor: Serge Ménard (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights of Bill C-426 An Act to amend the Canada Evidence Act (protection of journalistic sources and search warrants)
Result: Yeas: 147   Nays: 117
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-11-28   pp.225-6
Division: 13
Sponsor: Denise Savoie (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for concurrence at report stage as amended of Bill C-303 Early Learning and Child Care Act
Result: Yeas: 138   Nays: 112
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-11-21   pp. 193-4

1st Session (2006-04-03 - 2007-09-14)

Division: 209
Sponsor: Jean Crowder (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Sixth Report (No Higher Priority: Aboriginal Post-Secondary Education in Canada) of the Standing Committee on Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development
Result: Yeas: 146   Nays: 114
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-06-19   pp. 1561-2
Division: 199
Sponsor: Todd Russell (Lib.)
Motion: motion with respect to the Equalization Program and the Atlantic Accords
Result: Yeas: 149   Nays: 111
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-06-07   pp. 1491-2
Division: 197
Sponsor: Olivia Chow (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Fourth Report (immediate moratorium on deportations of all undocumented workers) of the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration
Result: Yeas: 147   Nays: 115
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-06-06   pp. 1483-5
Division: 194
Sponsor: Serge Cardin (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Ninth Report (water exports) of the Standing Committee on International Trade
Result: Yeas: 134   Nays: 108
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-06-04   pp. 1468-70
Division: 193
Sponsor: Nicole Demers (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for third reading of Bill C-280 Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (amendment: coming into force of sections 110, 111 and 171)
Result: Yeas: 151   Nays: 119
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-05-30   pp. 1443-5
Division: 190
Sponsor: Nathan Cullen (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion that the government should call Bill C-30, Canada's Clean Air and Climate Change Act, for debate and decision at Report stage and Second reading as soon as possible
Result: Yeas: 155   Nays: 121
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-05-29   pp. 1436-7
Division: 188
Sponsor: Judy Sgro (Lib.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Thirteenth Report (Protocol for the appearance of Accounting Officers as witnesses before the Standing Commitee on Public Accounts) of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts
Result: Yeas: 160   Nays: 116
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-05-15   pp. 1409-10
Division: 184
Sponsor: Nicole Demers (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for concurrence at report stage of Bill C-280 Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (amendment: coming into force of sectionss 110, 111 and 171)
Result: Yeas: 148   Nays: 121
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-05-09   pp. 1382-3
Division: 182
Sponsor: Robert Bouchard (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-207 Income Tax Act (amendment: tax credit for new graduates working in designated regions)
Result: Yeas: 155   Nays: 121
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-05-09   pp. 1379-80
Division: 183
Sponsor: Johanne Deschamps (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for concurrence at report stage of Bill C-269 Employment Insurance Act (amendment: improvement of the employment insurance system)
Result: Yeas: 155   Nays: 121
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-05-09   pp. 1380-2
Division: 181
Sponsor: Pierre Paquette (B.Q.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (price of gas)
Result: Yeas: 159   Nays: 122
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-05-08   pp. 1371-3
Division: 180
Sponsor: Paule Brunelle (B.Q.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (amendment: creation of a petroleum monitoring agency)
Result: Yeas: 159   Nays: 122
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-05-08   pp. 1371-2
Division: 171
Sponsor: Catherine Bell (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion that a special committee of the House be created to continue the work on electoral reform
Result: Yeas: 91   Nays: 175
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-05-02   pp. 1327-9
Division: 168
Sponsor: Yasmin Ratansi (Lib.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Sixteenth Report (Court Challenges Program) of the Standing Committee on the Status of Women
Result: Yeas: 149   Nays: 109
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-05-01   pp. 1302-4
Division: 164
Sponsor: Mark Eyking (Lib.)
Motion: motion for concurrence at report stage of Bill C-278 Employment Insurance Act (amendment: benefits for illness, injury or quarantine)
Result: Yeas: 152   Nays: 117
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-04-25   pp. 1263-5
Division: 165
Sponsor: Bernard Bigras (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-327 Broadcasting Act (amendment: reduction of violence in television broadcasts)
Result: Yeas: 176   Nays: 87
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-04-25   pp. 1265-7
Division: 163
Sponsor: Jack Layton (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-377 Climate Change Accountability Act
Result: Yeas: 152   Nays: 115
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-04-25   pp. 1262-3
Division: 158
Sponsor: Paul Crête (B.Q.)
Motion: motion that the government establish, in compliance with international agreements, a policy of assistance to the textile and clothing industries
Result: Yeas: 158   Nays: 113
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-04-18   pp. 1231-3
Division: 156
Sponsor: Wayne Easter (Lib.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Eleventh Report (Canadian Wheat Board) of the Standing Committee on Agriculture and Agri-Food
Result: Yeas: 159   Nays: 113
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-04-18   pp. 1228-9
Division: 150
Sponsor: Yvon Godin (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-265 Employment Insurance Act (amendment: qualification for and entitlement to benefits)
Result: Yeas: 166   Nays: 120
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-03-28   pp. 1177-9
Division: 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147
Sponsor: John McKay (Lib.)
Motion: motion at report stage to amend C-293 Development Assistance Accountability Act
Result: Yeas: 166   Nays: 121 (# 141)
Yeas: 166   Nays: 121 (# 142)
Yeas: 166   Nays: 121 (# 143)
Yeas: 166   Nays: 121 (# 144)
Yeas: 166   Nays: 121 (# 145)
Yeas: 166   Nays: 121 (# 146)
Yeas: 166   Nays: 121 (# 147)
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-03-28   pp. 1173-6
Division: 148
Sponsor: John McKay (Lib.)
Motion: motion for concurrence at report stage with further amendments of Bill C-293 Development Assistance Accountability Act
Result: Yeas: 166   Nays: 121
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-03-28   pp. 1173-7
Division: 149
Sponsor: John McKay (Lib.)
Motion: motion for third reading of Bill C-293 Development Assistance Accountability Act
Result: Yeas: 166   Nays: 121
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-03-28   p. 1177
Division: 136
Sponsor: Paul Martin (Lib.)
Motion: motion for third reading of Bill C-292 Kelowna Accord Implementation Act
Result: Yeas: 176   Nays: 126
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-03-21   pp. 1136-7
Division: 132
Sponsor: Nicole Demers (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-280 Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (amendment: coming into force of sections 110, 111 and 171)
Result: Yeas: 172   Nays: 126
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-03-21   pp. 1129-31
Division: 125
Sponsor: Omar Alghabra (Lib.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (citizenship and immigration)
Result: Yeas: 159   Nays: 123
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-02-27   pp. 1076-7
Division: 127
Sponsor: Francis Scarpaleggia (Lib.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Thirteenth Report (exporail) of the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage
Result: Yeas: 159   Nays: 123
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-02-27   pp. 1079-81
Division: 126
Sponsor: Robert Nicholson (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion for extension of the anti-terrorism provisions
Result: Yeas: 124   Nays: 159
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-02-27   pp. 1077-9
Division: 123
Sponsor: Paul Martin (Lib.)
Motion: motion for concurrence at report stage of Bill C-292 Kelowna Accord Implementation Act
Result: Yeas: 152   Nays: 119
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-02-21   pp. 1052-4
Division: 124
Sponsor: Denis Coderre (Lib.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill S-211 Criminal Code (amendment: lottery schemes)
Result: Yeas: 159   Nays: 109
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-02-21   pp. 1054-6
Division: 115
Sponsor: Michael Ignatieff (Lib.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (government policies)
Result: Yeas: 155   Nays: 121
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-02-20   pp. 1031-3
Division: 118
Sponsor: Peter Julian (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Fifth Report (imports of clothing and textiles from China) of the Standing Committee on International Trade
Result: Yeas: 155   Nays: 119
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-02-14   pp. 1035-7
Division: 112
Sponsor: Pablo Rodriguez (Lib.)
Motion: motion for third reading of Bill C-288 Kyoto Protocol Implementation Act
Result: Yeas: 161   Nays: 113
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-02-14   pp. 1009-11
Division: 111
Sponsor: Pablo Rodriguez (Lib.)
Motion: motion for concurrence at report stage with further amendments of Bill C-288 Kyoto Protocol Implementation Act
Result: Yeas: 161   Nays: 113
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-02-14   pp. 1007-9
Division: 108, 109, 110
Sponsor: Pablo Rodriguez (Lib.)
Motion: motion at report stage to amend C-288 Kyoto Protocol Implementation Act
Result: Yeas: 161   Nays: 113 (# 108)
Yeas: 161   Nays: 113 (# 109)
Yeas: 161   Nays: 113 (# 110)
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-02-14   pp. 1007-9
Division: 105
Sponsor: Gilles Duceppe (B.Q.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (the government should provide the Government of Quebec with the sum of not less than $328 million to enable it to implement its plan to meet the Kyoto Protocol targets)
Result: Yeas: 166   Nays: 119
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-02-13   pp. 996-8
Division: 104
Sponsor: Yvon Godin (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (amendment: appropriate funding for the transition to Kyoto)
Result: Yeas: 166   Nays: 119
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-02-13   pp. 996-8
Division: 107
Sponsor: Bill Siksay (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Tenth Report (issues raised by the use of security certificates under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act) of the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration
Result: Yeas: 165   Nays: 119
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-02-13   pp. 1000-1
Division: 106
Sponsor: Irene Mathyssen (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Third Report (investments in women's groups and equality seeking organizations) of the Standing Committee on the Status of Women
Result: Yeas: 165   Nays: 119
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-02-13   pp. 998-1000
Division: 98
Sponsor: Stéphane Dion (Lib.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (Kyoto Protocol)
Result: Yeas: 161   Nays: 115
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2007-02-05   pp. 960-2
Division: 96
Sponsor: Wayne Easter (Lib.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Sixth Report (Canadian Wheat Board) of the Standing Committee on Agriculture and Agri-Food
Result: Yeas: 165   Nays: 121
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-12-12   pp. 902-3
Division: 95
Sponsor: Bill Siksay (N.P.D.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Sixth Report (stateless Vietnamese refugees in the Philippines) of the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration
Result: Yeas: 164   Nays: 122
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-12-12   pp. 900-1
Division: 94
Sponsor: Robert Nicholson (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion to introduce legislation to restore the traditional definition of marriage without affecting civil unions and while respecting existing same-sex marriages
Result: Yeas: 123   Nays: 175
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-12-07   pp. 881-2
Division: 91
Sponsor: Mark Eyking (Lib.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-278 Employment insurance Act (amendment: benefits for illness, injury or quarantine)
Result: Yeas: 166   Nays: 109
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-12-05   pp. 861-2
Division: 75
Sponsor: Ruby Dhalla (Lib.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (health care renewal)
Result: Yeas: 149   Nays: 122
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-11-28   pp. 821-2
Division: 71
Sponsor: Denise Savoie (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-303 Early Learning and Child Care Act
Result: Yeas: 144   Nays: 116
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-11-22   pp. 790-2
Division: 70
Sponsor: Geoff Regan (Lib.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-284 Canada Student Financial Assistance Act (amendment: Canada access grants)
Result: Yeas: 156   Nays: 102
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-11-22   pp. 789-90
Division: 67
Sponsor: Brian Murphy (Lib.)
Motion: motion respecting Senate amendments to Bill C-2 Federal Accountability Act (amendment: paragraph D, as amended)
Result: Yeas: 155   Nays: 119
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-11-21   pp. 769-70
Division: 63
Sponsor: Johanne Deschamps (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-269 Employment Insurance Act (amendment: improvement of the employment insurance system)
Result: Yeas: 154   Nays: 105
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-11-08   pp. 665-7
Division: 60
Sponsor: Dan McTeague (Lib.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-253 Income Tax Act (amendment: deductibility of RESP contributions)
Result: Yeas: 140   Nays: 125
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-11-08   pp. 661-2
Division: 59
Sponsor: Peter Stoffer (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (assistance for members and veterans of the Canadian Forces and their families)
Result: Yeas: 154   Nays: 111
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-11-07   pp. 653-5
Division: 55
Sponsor: Irene Mathyssen (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Fourth Report (Pay Equity Task Force recommendations) of the Standing Committee on the Status of Women
Result: Yeas: 153   Nays: 113
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-11-07   pp. 646-7
Division: 53
Sponsor: Vic Toews (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion at report stage to amend Bill C-9 Criminal Code (amendment: conditional sentence of imprisonment)
Result: Yeas: 124   Nays: 152
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-11-01   pp. 617-23
Division: 52
Sponsor: Wayne Easter (Lib.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Second Report (Report on the Canadian Wheat Board) of the Standing Committee on Agriculture and Agri-Food
Result: Yeas: 155   Nays: 121
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-11-01   pp. 615-17
Division: 51
Sponsor: Gerry Ritz (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-300 Canadian Wheat Board Act (amendment: direct sale of grain)
Result: Yeas: 111   Nays: 149
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-10-25   pp. 581-2
Division: 49
Sponsor: Jay Hill (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion that the Seventeenth Report (Standing Orders) of the Standing Committee on Procedure and House Affairs be not now concurred in but that it be referred back to Committee for further consideration with instruction that it amend the same so as to recommend that Standing Order 106(4) be amended by replacing the words "five days" with the words "ten days"
Result: Yeas: 113   Nays: 159
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-10-25   pp. 577-9
Division: 50
Sponsor: Richard Nadeau (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-257 Canada Labour Code (amendment: replacement workers)
Result: Yeas: 167   Nays: 101
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-10-25   pp. 579-80
Division: 48
Sponsor: Gary Merasty (Lib.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in First Report (Kelowna Agreement) of the Standing Committee on Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development
Result: Yeas: 160   Nays: 113
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-10-25   pp. 575-7
Division: 47
Sponsor: Maka Kotto (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Seventh Report (Study related to Canadian Museums) of the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage
Result: Yeas: 146   Nays: 114
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-10-24   pp. 567-9
Division: 42
Sponsor: Mauril Bélanger (Lib.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Eighth Report (Court Challenges Program) of the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage
Result: Yeas: 160   Nays: 123
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-10-18   pp. 540-1
Division: 45
Sponsor: Paul Martin (Lib.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-292 Kelowna Accord Implementation Act
Result: Yeas: 159   Nays: 123
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-10-18   pp. 545-7
Division: 40
Sponsor: Yves Lessard (B.Q.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (income support program for older workers)
Result: Yeas: 155   Nays: 124
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-10-16   pp. 525-6
Division: 36
Sponsor: Maria Minna (Lib.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (Status of Women)
Result: Yeas: 145   Nays: 118
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-10-09   pp. 490-1
Division: 38
Sponsor: Pablo Rodriguez (Lib.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-288 Kyoto Protocol Implementation Act
Result: Yeas: 152   Nays: 115
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-10-04   pp. 499-501
Division: 35
Sponsor: Marcel Proulx (Lib.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Second Report (Significant property) of the Standing Committee on Government Operations and Estimates
Result: Yeas: 145   Nays: 119
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-09-27   pp. 465-6
Division: 34
Sponsor: John McKay (Lib.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-293 Development Assistance Accountability Act
Result: Yeas: 159   Nays: 108
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-09-20   pp. 406-7
Division: 30
Sponsor: John Baird (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion at report stage to amend Bill C-2 Federal Accountability Act
Result: Yeas: 125   Nays: 165
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-06-21   pp. 330-2
Division: 28, 31
Sponsor: Yvon Godin (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion at report stage to amend Bill C-2 Federal Accountability Act
Result: Yeas: 165   Nays: 125 (# 28)
Yeas: 165   Nays: 125 (# 31)
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-06-21   pp. 326-33
Division: 22
Sponsor: Anita Neville (Lib.)
Motion: motion that the House implement the Kelowna Accord
Result: Yeas: 162   Nays: 121
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-06-20   pp. 309-11
Division: 11
Sponsor: Randy Kamp (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion that the House do now proceed to the Orders of the Day
Result: Yeas: 116   Nays: 121
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-06-05   pp. 229-31
Division: 10
Sponsor: Mauril Bélanger (Lib.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (protection and promotion of the diversity of cultural expressions)
Result: Yeas: 155   Nays: 121
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-05-30   pp. 210-12
Division: 8
Sponsor: Bernard Bigras (B.Q.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (Kyoto Protocol)
Result: Yeas: 169   Nays: 125
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-05-16   pp. 181-3
Division: 19
Sponsor: André Bellavance (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in First Report (Imports of milk protein concentrates) of the Standing Committee on Agriculture and Agri-Food
Result: Yeas: 154   Nays: 123
Cabinet Minister: Stephen Harper, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2006-03-13   pp. 273-5

38th Parliament (2004-10-04 - 2005-11-29)

1st Session (2004-10-04 - 2005-11-29)

Division: 190
Sponsor: Stephen Harper (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion that this House has lost confidence in the Government
Result: Yeas: 171   Nays: 133
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-11-28   pp. 1352-3
Division: 189
Sponsor: Robert Vincent (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-380 Canada Labour Code (amendment: pregnant or nursing employees)
Result: Yeas: 155   Nays: 92
Cabinet Minister: Lucienne Robillard, Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-11-23   pp. 1324-5
Division: 186
Sponsor: Jay Hill (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-248 Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (amendment: trafficking in a controlled drug or substance within five hundred metres of an elementary school or a high school)
Result: Yeas: 218   Nays: 31
Cabinet Minister: Lucienne Robillard, Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-11-23   pp. 1320-1
Division: 182
Sponsor: Jack Layton (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion to ask the Governor General to dissolve the 38th Parliament and to set the date for the 39th general election for Monday, February 13, 2006
Result: Yeas: 167   Nays: 129
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-11-21   pp. 1301-2
Division: 181
Sponsor: Denis Coderre (Lib.)
Motion: motion that the Bloc Québécois Members' householder, on the subject of the Gomery Commission, which affects the privileges of the Member for Bourassa, be referred to the Standing Committee on Procedure and House Affairs
Result: Yeas: 134   Nays: 163
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-11-15   pp. 1273-4
Division: 180
Sponsor: Tom Lukiwski (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (Access to Information Act)
Result: Yeas: 169   Nays: 130
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-11-15   pp. 1271-2
Division: 176
Sponsor: Peter Julian (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion to recognize all firefighters who have fallen in the line of duty in Canada and to support the proposed construction of a monument in the Parliamentary precinct
Result: Yeas: 161   Nays: 112
Cabinet Minister: Anne McLellan, Deputy Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-10-26   pp. 1210-11
Division: 175
Sponsor: Edward Broadbent (N.D.P.)
Motion: amendment to motion to recognize all firefighters who have fallen in the line of duty in Canada by constructing a monument in the Parliamentary precinct
Result: Yeas: 146   Nays: 129
Cabinet Minister: Anne McLellan, Deputy Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-10-26   pp. 1209-10
Division: 165
Sponsor: Mark Warawa (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Sixth Report (Study on the closing of RCMP detachments) of the Standing Committee on Justice, Human Rights, Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
Result: Yeas: 162   Nays: 118
Cabinet Minister: Anne McLellan, Deputy Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-10-05   pp. 1110-11
Division: 123
Sponsor: John Duncan (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion for third reading of Bill C-259 Excise Tax Act (amendment: elimination of excise tax on jewellery)
Result: Yeas: 185   Nays: 93
Cabinet Minister: Anne McLellan, Deputy Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-06-15   pp. 907-8
Division: 98
Sponsor: Richard Marceau (B.Q.)
Motion: motion that the Standing Committee on Justice, Human Rights, Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness create a special subcommittee with the mandate to examine the process for appointments to the federal judiciary and make recommendations for reform, with the primary goal of eliminating political partisanship from the process, by October 31, 2005
Result: Yeas: 157   Nays: 124
Cabinet Minister: Jean-C. Lapierre, Minister of Transport, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-06-07   pp. 844-5
Division: 88
Sponsor: Jay Hill (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion that the House do now adjourn
Result: Yeas: 138   Nays: 57
Cabinet Minister: Andy Scott, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-05-13   pp. 751-2
Division: 87
Sponsor: Rob Nicholson (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion that the Honourable Member for Prince George--Peace River (Jay Hill) be now heard on second reading of Bill C-48 An Act to authorize the Minister of Finance to make certain payments
Result: Yeas: 150   Nays: 65
Cabinet Minister: Andy Scott, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-05-13   pp. 747-8
Division: 86
Sponsor: Rob Nicholson (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion that the House do now adjourn
Result: Yeas: 152   Nays: 144
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-05-12   pp. 745-6
Division: 84
Sponsor: Dominic LeBlanc (Lib.)
Motion: motion for adjournment of the debate for concurrence in 35th Report (amendment to Standing Order 81(10)) of the Standing Committee on Procedure and House Affairs
Result: Yeas: 147   Nays: 153
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-05-11   pp. 739-40
Division: 115
Sponsor: John Williams (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in First Report (Report of the Auditor General of Canada on the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada) of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts
Result: Yeas: 128   Nays: 100
Cabinet Minister: Lloyd Axworthy, Minister of Foreign Affairs, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-05-10   pp. 733-4
Division: 82
Sponsor: Jay Hill (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion that the First Report (Report of the Auditor General of Canada on the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada) of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts be not now concurred in but that it be referred back to Committee for further consideration with instruction that it amend the same so as to recommend that the government resign because of its failure to address the deficiencies in governance of the public service addressed in the report
Result: Yeas: 153   Nays: 150
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-05-10   pp. 731-3
Division: 74
Sponsor: Denis Paradis (Lib.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Fourth Report (Study on the closing of RCMP detachments) of the Standing Committee on Justice, Human Rights, Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
Result: Yeas: 188   Nays: 109
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-05-04   p. 698
Division: 73
Sponsor: Denis Coderre (Lib.)
Motion: motion that the question be now put for concurrence in Fourth Report (Study on the closing of RCMP detachments) of the Standing Committee on Justice, Human Rights, Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
Result: Yeas: 188   Nays: 109
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-05-04   pp. 697-8
Division: 71
Sponsor: Raymond Simard (Lib.)
Motion: motion for adjournment of the debate for concurrence in Fourth Report (Study on the closing of RCMP detachments) of the Standing Committee on Justice, Human Rights, Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
Result: Yeas: 140   Nays: 148
Cabinet Minister: Jean-C. Lapierre, Minister of Transport, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-05-03   pp. 685-7
Division: 70
Sponsor: Gerry Ritz (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Third Report (2004 Avian Influenza Outbreak in British Columbia) of the Standing Committee on Agriculture and Agri-Food
Result: Yeas: 168   Nays: 122
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-05-02   pp. 681-2
Division: 69
Sponsor: Ken Boshcoff (Lib.)
Motion: motion that the Third Report (2004 Avian Influenza Outbreak in British Columbia) of the Standing Committee on Agriculture and Agri-Food be not now concurred in but that it be referred back to Committee for further consideration
Result: Yeas: 123   Nays: 167
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-05-02   pp. 680-1
Division: 67
Sponsor: Jeff Watson (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-265 Income Tax Act (amendment: exemption from taxation of 50% of United States social security payments to Canadian residents)
Result: Yeas: 154   Nays: 112
Cabinet Minister: Anne McLellan, Deputy Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-04-20   pp. 660-1
Division: 65
Sponsor: Gilles Duceppe (B.Q.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (establish a trust account into which the Liberal Party can deposit all funds received from companies and individuals tied to the sponsorship scandal)
Result: Yeas: 157   Nays: 119
Cabinet Minister: Anne McLellan, Deputy Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-04-19   pp. 651-2
Division: 64
Sponsor: Gérard Asselin (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-280 Employment Insurance Act (amendment: Employment Insurance Account and premium rate setting)
Result: Yeas: 156   Nays: 116
Cabinet Minister: Anne McLellan, Deputy Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-04-13   pp. 623-4
Division: 60
Sponsor: Jim Prentice (C.P.C)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Fourth Report (Resolution of Indian residential school claims) of the Standing Committee on Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development
Result: Yeas: 149   Nays: 147
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-04-12   pp. 615-6
Division: 59
Sponsor: Don Boudria (Lib.)
Motion: motion that the Fourth Report (Resolution of Indian residential school claims) of the Standing Committee on Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development be not now concurred in but that it be referred back to Committee for further consideration
Result: Yeas: 147   Nays: 149
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-04-12   pp. 614-5
Division: 58
Sponsor: Gurmant Grewal (C.P.C)
Motion: motion for an independent judicial inquiry into the investigation of the Air India bombing of June 23, 1985
Result: Yeas: 172   Nays: 124
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-04-12   pp. 612-4
Division: 53
Sponsor: Bob Mills (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Fourth Report (Certificate of nomination of Glen Murray) of the Standing Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development
Result: Yeas: 143   Nays: 108
Cabinet Minister: Anne McLellan, Deputy Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-04-06   pp. 583-4
Division: 55
Sponsor: Jeremy Harrison (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion to acknowledge the historic inequality of treatment and compensation for First Nations, Métis and Inuit war veterans
Result: Yeas: 144   Nays: 100
Cabinet Minister: Anne McLellan, Deputy Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-04-06   pp. 585-6
Division: 51
Sponsor: Susan Kadis (Lib.)
Motion: amendment to motion to create a secretariat responsible for overseeing the Foreign Credential Recognition Program
Result: Yeas: 112   Nays: 138
Cabinet Minister: Jean-C. Lapierre, Minister of Transport, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-03-23   pp. 553-5
Division: 39
Sponsor: Monte Solberg (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (accountability of foundations)
Result: Yeas: 161   Nays: 114
Cabinet Minister: Anne McLellan, Deputy Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-02-22   pp. 466-8
Division: 38
Sponsor: Pierre Pettigrew (Lib.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-32 Department of Foreign Affairs Act
Result: Yeas: 125   Nays: 154
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-02-15   pp. 436-8
Division: 36
Sponsor: Jim Peterson (Lib.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-31 Department of International Trade Act
Result: Yeas: 125   Nays: 157
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-02-15   pp. 434-5
Division: 32
Sponsor: Pierre Paquette (B.Q.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (assistance to clothing and textile industries)
Result: Yeas: 157   Nays: 108
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-02-08   pp. 402-3
Division: 33
Sponsor: Diane Finley (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (drop the CAIS deposit requirement and honour the commitments made to Canadian producers)
Result: Yeas: 158   Nays: 114
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2005-02-08   pp. 403-5
Division: 27
Sponsor: Reg Alcock (Lib.)
Motion: motion to restore Main Estimates, under Privy Council
Result: Yeas: 124   Nays: 167
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2004-12-09   pp. 328-9
Division: 26
Sponsor: Reg Alcock (Lib.)
Motion: motion to restore Main Estimates, under Governor General
Result: Yeas: 120   Nays: 171
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2004-12-09   pp. 327-8
Division: 20
Sponsor: Roger Gaudet (B.Q.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (mad cow crisis)
Result: Yeas: 164   Nays: 125
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2004-12-07   pp. 304-6
Division: 17
Sponsor: Stephen Harper (C.P.C.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (Mirabel Airport)
Result: Yeas: 157   Nays: 118
Cabinet Minister: Anne McLellan, Deputy Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2004-11-30   pp. 275-6
Division: 14
Sponsor: Joe Comartin (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion at report stage to amend Bill C-7 Department of Canadian Heritage Act and the Parks Canada Agency Act and to make related amendments to other Acts
Result: Yeas: 157   Nays: 112
Cabinet Minister: Anne McLellan, Deputy Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2004-11-23   pp. 248-9
Division: 11
Sponsor: Anne McLellan (Lib.)
Motion: motion at report stage to amend Bill C-6 Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Act
Result: Yeas: 124   Nays: 154
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2004-11-16   pp. 223-4
Division: 6
Sponsor: Yvan Loubier (B.Q.)
Motion: motion to strike a special subcommittee to propose tangible solutions for addressing the fiscal imbalance
Result: Yeas: 165   Nays: 128
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2004-11-02   pp. 182-3

37th Parliament (2001-01-29 - 2004-05-23)

3rd Session (2004-02-02 - 2004-05-23)

Division: 46
Sponsor: Jay Hill (P.C.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-246 Income Tax Act (amendment: child adoption expenses)
Result: Yeas: 168   Nays: 50
Cabinet Minister: Paul Martin, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2004-04-20   pp. 281-2
Division: 36
Sponsor: Loyola Hearn (P.C.)
Motion: motion to extend custodial management over the Nose and Tail of the Grand Banks and of the Flemish Cap.
Result: Yeas: 124   Nays: 95
Cabinet Minister: David Anderson, Minister of the Environment, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2004-03-24   pp. 209-10

2nd Session (2002-09-30 - 2003-11-12)

Division: 277
Sponsor: Chuck Cadman (C.A.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-338 Criminal Code (amendment: street racing)
Result: Yeas: 121   Nays: 88
Cabinet Minister: Anne McLellan, Minister of Health, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2003-11-05   pp. 1241-2
Division: 251
Sponsor: James Lunney (C.A.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-420 Food and Drugs Act (amendment)
Result: Yeas: 124   Nays: 85
Cabinet Minister: Anne McLellan, Minister of Health, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2003-10-22   pp. 1152-3
Division: 240
Sponsor: Marcel Gagnon (B.Q.)
Motion: amendment to motion to prevent medical conditions and illnesses caused by exposure to identifiable environmental contaminants
Result: Yeas: 117   Nays: 99
Cabinet Minister: Anne McLellan, Minister of Health, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2003-10-07   pp. 1107-8
Division: 218
Sponsor: Diane Ablonczy (C.A.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-421 Establishment of the Office of the Chief Actuary of Canada
Result: Yeas: 116   Nays: 98
Cabinet Minister: Anne McLellan, Minister of Health, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2003-09-17   pp. 989-90
Division: 169
Sponsor: Jim Abbott (C.A.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (support for the admission of Taiwan as an observer to the World Health Organization)
Result: Yeas: 163   Nays: 67
Cabinet Minister: Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Works and Government Services, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2003-05-27   pp. 808-9
Division: 114, 87, 96
Sponsor: Paul Szabo (Lib.)
Motion: motion at report stage to amend Bill C-13 Assisted Human Reproduction Act
Result: Yeas: 112   Nays: 101 (# 114)
Yeas: 113   Nays: 110 (# 87)
Yeas: 113   Nays: 109 (# 96)
Cabinet Minister: Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Works and Government Services, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2003-03-26   pp. 580-1, 589-90, 602-3
Division: 49
Sponsor: John Brydon (Lib.)
Motion: motion at report stage to amend Bill C-15 Lobbyists Registration Act
Result: Yeas: 121   Nays: 116
Cabinet Minister: Jean Chrétien, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2003-02-25   pp. 464-5
Division: 17
Sponsor: John Reynolds (C.A.)
Motion: motion of Business of Supply (election of Committee Chairs and Vice-Chairs by secret ballot)
Result: Yeas: 174   Nays: 87
Cabinet Minister: Jean Chrétien, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2002-05-11   pp. 163-4

1st Session (2001-01-29 - 2002-09-16)

Division: 60
Sponsor: Robert Lanctôt (B.Q.)
Motion: motion that the House do now adjourn
Result: Yeas: 98   Nays: 95
Cabinet Minister: Herb Gray, Deputy Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2001-03-29   pp. 263-4

36th Parliament (1997-09-22 - 2000-10-22)

2nd Session (1999-10-12 - 2000-10-22)

Division: 1278
Sponsor: Jay Hill (P.C.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-223 Witness Protection Program Act (amendment: protection of spouses whose life is in danger)
Result: Yeas: 115   Nays: 109
Cabinet Minister: Herbert Gray, Deputy Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2000-05-02   pp. 1628-9

1st Session (1997-09-22 - 1999-09-18)

Division: 544
Sponsor: Randy White (C.A.)
Motion: motion for third reading of Bill C-251 Criminal Code and the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (amendment: cumulative sentences)
Result: Yeas: 122   Nays: 31
Cabinet Minister: Lyle Vanclief, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1999-06-07   pp. 2057-8
Division: 244
Sponsor: Dan McTeague (Lib.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-235 Competition Act (amendment: protection of those who purchase products from vertically integrated suppliers who compete with them at retail)
Result: Yeas: 158   Nays: 74
Cabinet Minister: Lyle Vanclief, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1998-10-20   pp. 1164-5
Division: 235
Sponsor: Eric Lowther (Ref.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-284 Criminal Records Act and the Canadian Human Rights Act (amendment: offences against children)
Result: Yeas: 127   Nays: 103
Cabinet Minister: Anne McLellan, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1998-10-06   pp. 1126-7
Division: 177
Sponsor: Pauline Picard (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-247 Criminal Code (amendment: genetic manipulation)
Result: Yeas: 134   Nays: 101
Cabinet Minister: Lyle Vanclief, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1998-05-25   pp. 886-7
Division: 127
Sponsor: Colleen Beaumier (Lib.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-208 Access to Information Act (amendment)
Result: Yeas: 143   Nays: 83
Cabinet Minister: Lyle Vanclief, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1998-04-21   pp. 686-7
Division: 122
Sponsor: Diane St-Jacques (Lib.)
Motion: motion to review the level at which the child tax benefit is indexed
Result: Yeas: 125   Nays: 102
Cabinet Minister: Jean Chrétien, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1998-03-31   pp. 652-3

35th Parliament (1994-01-17 - 1997-04-27)

2nd Session (1996-02-27 - 1997-04-27)

Division: 294
Sponsor: Suzanne Tremblay (B.Q.)
Motion: motion to amend the Standing Orders (Private Members' public bills, committee reports)
Result: Yeas: 99   Nays: 48
Cabinet Minister: John Manley, Minister of Industry, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1997-04-09   pp. 1367-8
Division: 159
Sponsor: Paul Szabo (Lib.)
Motion: motion to amend the Income Tax Act (amendment: care-giver tax credit)
Result: Yeas: 129   Nays: 63
Cabinet Minister: Ralph Goodale, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1996-11-05   pp. 831-2
Division: 125, 126
Sponsor: Roger Gallaway (Lib.)
Motion: motion at report stage to amend Bill C-216 Broadcasting Act (broadcasting policy)
Result: Yeas: 83   Nays: 66 (# 125)
Yeas: 83   Nays: 68 (# 126)
Cabinet Minister: Ralph Goodale, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1996-09-23   pp. 662-3
Division: 127
Sponsor: Roger Gallaway (Lib.)
Motion: motion for 3rd Reading of Bill C-216 Broadcasting Act (broadcasting policy)
Result: Yeas: 84   Nays: 68
Cabinet Minister: Ralph Goodale, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1996-09-23   pp. 663-4
Division: 124
Sponsor: Gaston Leroux (B.Q.)
Motion: motion at report stage to amend Bill C-216 Broadcasting Act (broadcasting policy)
Result: Yeas: 67   Nays: 83
Cabinet Minister: Ralph Goodale, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1996-09-23   pp. 661-2
Division: 115
Sponsor: John Williams (C.A.)
Motion: motion to introduce amendments to the Financial Administration Act requiring all departments and agencies to table in the House of Commons a specific response to the Auditor General's report on their activities
Result: Yeas: 128   Nays: 100
Cabinet Minister: Lloyd Axworthy, Minister of Foreign Affairs, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1996-06-18   pp. 575-6
Division: 54
Sponsor: Pierrette Venne (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-217 Criminal Code (amendment: protection of witnesses)
Result: Yeas: 107   Nays: 89
Cabinet Minister: Lloyd Axworthy, Minister of Foreign Affairs, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1996-05-07   pp. 308-9

1st Session (1994-01-17 - 1996-02-02)

Division: 146
Sponsor: John Nunziata (Lib.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-226 Criminal Code (amendment)
Result: Yeas: 137   Nays: 103
Cabinet Minister: Sheila Copps, Deputy Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1995-02-08   pp. 1101-2
Division: 137
Sponsor: Pierre de Savoye (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for second reading of Bill C-237 Bankruptcy Act (amendment: priority of claims)
Result: Yeas: 85   Nays: 79
Cabinet Minister: Lloyd Axworthy, Minister of Labour, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1994-12-08   pp. 1011-2

33rd Parliament (1984-11-05 - 1988-10-01)

2nd Session (1986-09-30 - 1988-10-01)

Division: 500
Sponsor: John Bosley (P.C.)
Motion: amendment No. 13 on motion to prepare and introduce legislation on abortion
Result: Yeas: 76   Nays: 147
Cabinet Minister: D. Mazankowski, Deputy Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1988-07-28   pp. 3301-2
Division: 498
Sponsor: Gus Mitges (P.C.)
Motion: amendment No. 3 on motion to prepare and introduce legislation on abortion
Result: Yeas: 105   Nays: 118
Cabinet Minister: D. Mazankowski, Deputy Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1988-07-28   p. 3300
Division: 372, 373, 374
Sponsor: Lynn McDonald (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion at report stage to amend Bill C-204 An Act to regulate smoking in the federal workplace and on common carriers and to amend the Harzardous Products Act in relation to cigarette advertising
Result: Yeas: 73   Nays: 60 (# 372)
Yeas: 74   Nays: 57 (# 373)
Yeas: 77   Nays: 58 (# 374)
Cabinet Minister: D. Mazankowski, Deputy Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1988-05-31   pp. 2759-61

31st Parliament (1979-10-09 - 1979-12-14)

1st Session (1979-10-09 - 1979-12-14)

Division: 8
Sponsor: Bob Rae (N.D.P.)
Motion: sub-amendment to Ways and Means Motion (Budget)
Result: Yeas: 139   Nays: 133
Cabinet Minister: J. Clark, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1979-12-13   pp. 345-6

29th Parliament (1973-01-04 - 1974-05-09)

2nd Session (1974-02-27 - 1974-05-09)

Division: 8
Sponsor: David Lewis (N.D.P.)
Motion: sub-amendment to Ways and Means Motion (Budget)
Result: Yeas: 137   Nays: 123
Cabinet Minister: P.E. Trudeau, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1974-05-08   pp. 175-6

1st Session (1973-01-04 - 1974-02-26)

Division: 71
Sponsor: Stuart Leggatt (N.D.P.)
Motion: amendment to motion for message to Senate that House disagrees with Senate amendment
Result: Yeas: 114   Nays: 94
Cabinet Minister: P.E. Trudeau, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1974-01-10   p. 818
Division: 63
Sponsor: William Knight, John Rodriguez, William Peters (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion at report stage to amend Bill C-203 Election Expenses Act
Result: Yeas: 90   Nays: 87
Cabinet Minister: P.E. Trudeau, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1974-01-03   p. 788
Division: 59
Sponsor: Otto Lang (Lib.)
Motion: motion at report stage to amend Bill C-176 Protection of Privacy Act
Result: Yeas: 113   Nays: 118
Cabinet Minister: P.E. Trudeau, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1973-12-04   pp. 716-7
Division: 27
Sponsor: Edward Broadbent (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion at report stage to amend Bill C-133 Housing Act (amendment)
Result: Yeas: 133   Nays: 101
Cabinet Minister: P.E. Trudeau, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1973-06-12   pp. 404-5
Division: 18
Sponsor: Charles Drury (Lib.)
Motion: motion for concurrence in Vote 25b, Information Canada, Supplementary Estimates (B), 1972-73
Result: Yeas: 107   Nays: 138
Cabinet Minister: P.E. Trudeau, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1973-03-26   pp. 212-3
Division: 15
Sponsor: Frank Howard (N.D.P.)
Motion: motion that the House do now proceed to another order
Result: Yeas: 55   Nays: 53
Cabinet Minister: P.E. Trudeau, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1973-03-16   p. 192
Division: 4
Sponsor: Allan Lawrence (P.C.)
Motion: amendment to motion to appoint a special joint committee on food prices
Result: Yeas: 128   Nays: 102
Cabinet Minister: M. Sharp, Secretary of State for External Affairs, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1973-01-18   p. 50

27th Parliament (1966-01-18 - 1968-04-23)

2nd Session (1967-05-08 - 1968-04-23)

Division: --
Sponsor: Mitchell Sharp (Lib.)
Motion: motion for 3rd Reading of Bill C-193 Income Tax Act (amendment)
Result: Yeas: 82   Nays: 84
Cabinet Minister: R. Winters, Minister of Trade and Commerce, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1968-02-19   pp. 702-3

26th Parliament (1963-05-16 - 1965-09-08)

2nd Session (1964-02-18 - 1965-04-03)

Division: --
Sponsor: Speaker's Ruling on Question of Priviledge (election irregularities) appealed to House (T.C. Douglas)
Motion: --
Result: Yeas: 108   Nays: 114
Cabinet Minister: L. Pearson, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1965-02-24   pp. 1069-71

1st Session (1963-05-16 - 1963-12-21)

Division: --
Sponsor: Deputy Speaker's Ruling (L.Lamoureux) on sub-amendment to Supply Motion No. 4, appealed to House (G. Grégoire)
Motion: --
Result: Yeas: 83   Nays: 85
Cabinet Minister: L. Pearson, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1963-10-28   pp. 492-3

25th Parliament (1962-09-27 - 1963-02-06)

1st Session (1962-09-27 - 1963-02-06)

Division: --
Sponsor: Lester Pearson (Lib.)
Motion: amendment, as amended, to Supply Motion No. 2
Result: Yeas: 142   Nays: 111
Cabinet Minister: J.G. Diefenbaker, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1963-02-05   pp. 474-5
Division: --
Sponsor: Robert Thompson (S.C.)
Motion: sub-amendment to Supply Motion No. 2
Result: Yeas: 142   Nays: 111
Cabinet Minister: J.G. Diefenbaker, Prime Minister, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1963-02-05   pp. 473-4
Division: --
Sponsor: Speaker's Ruling, that there could be no appeal from Ruling of Chair under S.O. 26
Motion: --
Result: Yeas: 104   Nays: 122
Cabinet Minister: J.G. Diefenbaker, Prime Minister, voted "Yea"
Source: House of Commons Journals   1963-01-31   pp. 462-3

3rd Parliament (1874-03-26 - 1878-08-17)

2nd Session (1875-02-04 - 1875-04-08)

Division: 117
Sponsor: André Bellavance (B.Q.)
Motion: motion for second reading and referral to the Standing Committee on Finance of Bill C-445 An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (tax credit for loss of retirement income)
Result: Yeas: 133   Nays: 98
Cabinet Minister: Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, voted "Nay"
Source: House of Commons Journals   2008-05-28   pp. 864-5