HERE is an opinion article I wrote in 2011 on the need for constitutionally-entrenched property rights. — Scott Reid
Scott Reid is the Member of Parliament for Lanark-Frontenac-Kingston. He was first elected in November 2000.
He has previously served as the Shadow Minister (or opposition critic) for Democratic Institutions (2015-2018), Deputy Opposition House Leader (2015-2016), and Deputy Government House Leader (2006-2015).
He also served as the chairman of the subcommittee on International Human Rights of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development (2008-2015).
Here is the letter I sent this afternoon to Minister Monsef respecting her appearance at the Standing Committee on Procedure and House Affairs (PROC) on Tuesday December 13, 2016, and her lack of specific answers to questions in Question Period. — Scott Reid
There’s consensus on one part of electoral reform–holding a referendum SCOTT REID, MP Ottawa Citizen Published on: December 5, 2016 The Minister of Democratic Institutions Maryam Monsef argues that there is no consensus among Canadians on electoral reform. When it comes to finding a consensus on an alternative to the existing First Past the Post system, she may be…
Today, Conservative democratic institutions critic Scott Reid (Lanark-Frontenac-Kingston) submitted the Conservative Party caucus report on consultations with Canadians to the Special Committee on Electoral Reform (ERRE). You can access the report here: CPC Caucus Submission to ERRE (EN–2016.10.14) CPC Caucus Submission to ERRE (FR–2016.10.14)
Resources from the Office of Scott Reid, M.P.: PDF version of Scott Reid’s mail-out — “Politicians Want to Change What Your Vote Means” (Sept. 2016) PDF version of the Conservative caucus consultations report to ERRE, the House of Commons Special Committee on Electoral Reform (Oct. 14, 2016) Op-Eds and other publications Rona Ambrose’s Op-Ed: “It’s time to park Prime…