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Senator Paul J. Massicotte

Paul Massicotte is a Senator who represents Quebec’s Lanaudière region and who sits on the Senate’s Banking, Trade and Commerce Committee.

Opinion | BY SENATOR PAUL J. MASSICOTTE | March 6, 2023
Given the high cost of production and uncertainty of the role hydrogen will play in the future, investors have not been easy to find for some low carbon intense hydrogen producers, writes Quebec Senator Paul Massicotte. Photograph courtesy of Pexels
Opinion | BY SENATOR PAUL J. MASSICOTTE | March 6, 2023
Opinion | BY SENATOR PAUL J. MASSICOTTE | March 6, 2023
Given the high cost of production and uncertainty of the role hydrogen will play in the future, investors have not been easy to find for some low carbon intense hydrogen producers, writes Quebec Senator Paul Massicotte. Photograph courtesy of Pexels
Opinion | BY SENATOR PAUL J. MASSICOTTE | June 13, 2018
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing, China, Dec. 5, 2017. PMO photograph by Adam Scotti
Opinion | BY SENATOR PAUL J. MASSICOTTE | June 13, 2018
Opinion | BY SENATOR PAUL J. MASSICOTTE | June 13, 2018
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing, China, Dec. 5, 2017. PMO photograph by Adam Scotti
Don't box us in: All Senators, including the opposition, are equally responsible to ensure that the Senate fulfills its sober second thought duty effectively, write ISG Senators Stephen Greene and Paul Massicotte. The Hill Times file photo
Don't box us in: All Senators, including the opposition, are equally responsible to ensure that the Senate fulfills its sober second thought duty effectively, write ISG Senators Stephen Greene and Paul Massicotte. The Hill Times file photo
Opinion | BY SENATOR PAUL J. MASSICOTTE | December 11, 2017
Senators, pictured in this file photo. And even with a government elected with a strong mandate on feminist and diversity issues, it has taken them almost a year to introduce legislation addressing this deficit. But its proposed solution, Bill C-25, which is currently under review at the Senate, is far too timid to put a dent in the problem, write ISG Senator Paul Massicotte. The Hill Times file photograph
Opinion | BY SENATOR PAUL J. MASSICOTTE | December 11, 2017
Opinion | BY SENATOR PAUL J. MASSICOTTE | December 11, 2017
Senators, pictured in this file photo. And even with a government elected with a strong mandate on feminist and diversity issues, it has taken them almost a year to introduce legislation addressing this deficit. But its proposed solution, Bill C-25, which is currently under review at the Senate, is far too timid to put a dent in the problem, write ISG Senator Paul Massicotte. The Hill Times file photograph
The Rankin Inlet diesel power station in Nunavut. The federal carbon pricing plan could allow northern residents and others with little alternative to high-emissions energy sources to be reimbursed for any additional costs that result. Photograph by Janne Wallenius, courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
The Rankin Inlet diesel power station in Nunavut. The federal carbon pricing plan could allow northern residents and others with little alternative to high-emissions energy sources to be reimbursed for any additional costs that result. Photograph by Janne Wallenius, courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
During a trip to Japan in May 2016, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and then-International Trade minister Chrystia Freeland met with Japanese business leaders from companies like Honda Motors. Photograph courtesy of the PMO by Adam Scotti
During a trip to Japan in May 2016, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and then-International Trade minister Chrystia Freeland met with Japanese business leaders from companies like Honda Motors. Photograph courtesy of the PMO by Adam Scotti
Opinion | BY SENATOR PAUL J. MASSICOTTE | November 24, 2016
Senators could organize themselves into “like-minded” groups, based on things like a common philosophy or shared objectives, writes Senator Paul J. Massicotte. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY SENATOR PAUL J. MASSICOTTE | November 24, 2016
Opinion | BY SENATOR PAUL J. MASSICOTTE | November 24, 2016
Senators could organize themselves into “like-minded” groups, based on things like a common philosophy or shared objectives, writes Senator Paul J. Massicotte. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright