‘I’m living the dream,’ says Liberal MP Kevin Lamoureux of his regular House of Commons presence. With more than 550 House interventions so far this Parliament, he’s second only to the Speaker.
Liberal MP Kevin Lamoureux, pictured on Feb. 28 alongside Liberal MP Ginette Petitpas Taylor, has been parliamentary secretary to the government House leader since 2015, but his prolific speaking record in the Lower Chamber precedes that. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
If you’ve tuned into a House of Commons debate in the last decade, chances are high you’ve seen Liberal MP Kevin Lamoureux on his feet speaking in the House Chamber.
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Fearing Russian aggression, Finland and Sweden will likely apply for NATO membership. While Canada supports the membership of these countries, it needs to step up its own contributions, especially in the Arctic: experts.
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