Question Period: Mark Norman trial, marijuana criminal record expungement — October 17, 2018



Follow along as opposition parties question the Trudeau government in the House of Commons. This week the opposition has been questioning the Liberals on …

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  1. O Canada.
    Our home marijuana land.
    True addicted love in all of us command.
    With growing drug we see the rise, the true north strong and free.
    From far and wide,
    O Canada, we stand on guard for weed!

    God keep our land plenty of the weed
    O Canada, we stand on guard for weed!
    O Canada, we stand on guard for weed!

  2. I'm a American , so I was wondering if someone could fill me in on what exactly this court case is they keep on talking about and why Trudeau is so scared to answer questions about it cause his response is obviously rehearsed . Thx canadians 😏

  3. Trudeau keeps saying that he respects the judiciary procedures and prefers to let the courts do their job. So why didn't he do the same when Kadar was paid $10 million by Trudeau. Hypocrisy?

  4. The PPC Party (Peoples Party of Canada) Maxime Bernier is the answer to cleaning up all this mess. Get on the Mad Max Train!! I'll save you a seat ….2019

  5. Mother nature intended humans to use and consume cannabis. It is naturally grown and requires no processing before consumption. She intended for us to have it. It’s the evil component of the one 1% who could see all the potential loss of revenue to the pharmaceutical industry so they were the ones who vilified it. Nothing about cannabis should have ever been illegal and anyone charged with anything related to cannabis should have their record completely expunged. I don’t even like it or use it.

  6. Release the documents Justin. He won't because he wants Admiral Mark Norman as a scapegoat. A good man is being unfairly persecuted just so Justin and his buddies can make a buck.

  7. Why did JT bring up LGBTQ with records? Why wouldn't Bill Blair know the best way to handle police records? Why doesn't he just say they will look into it? Why is this PM not in jail for high treason?

  8. JT’s annual compensation is $347,400. His total compensation consists of the Member of the House of Commons Basic Sessional Indemnity of CAD$172,400, the Prime Minister Salary of CAD$172,400, and the Prime Minister Car Allowance of CAD$2000.

    Moreover, the current annual salary for members of Parliament is $172,700, while cabinet ministers earn a total of $255,300.

    Taxpayers, as usual, are the ones carrying these burden. And with these staggering salaries and privileges, Canadians expect from these politicians to do their jobs properly and deliver, at the very least, the basic services to Canadians under a fair and transparent government. Unfortunately, that’s not what we’re seeing right now.

    References:
    “Indemnities, Salaries and Allowances". Library of Parliament. April 11, 2018. Archived from the original on June 1, 2017. Retrieved September 21, 2017.

    https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/mps-pay-pensions-parliament-1.4231986

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