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Mr David WELLS

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Conservative Party of Canada

Canada-Europe Parliamentary Association
CA - K1A 0A6 - Ottawa


Working language: English


In the political groups

In the Assembly

  • since 24/01/2022 Representative - Canada
  • from 22/01/2018 to 26/01/2020 Representative - Canada
  • from 18/04/2016 to 21/01/2018 Substitute - Canada

In the committee(s) and sub-committee(s)


Last speeches

15/03/2022 | 11:43:20 Thank you, Mr President. Dear colleagues, Since the start of the invasion, almost three million people have fled Ukraine. Half of the refugees are children. There has not been a refugee crisis of this scale and speed since the Second World War. Vladimir Putin has repeatedly denied his forces are attacking civilians. However, journalists on the ground and civilian reports have captured how Russia's military has targeted hospitals, schools and residential neighbourhoods. Some see this as... 02/10/2019 | 18:36:56 Unlike 11 September 2001, the significance of the date 23 June 1985 is likely not immediately obvious to many of you. In Canada, however, it remains the date of the worst terrorist attack in our history. On that date, a bomb exploded on Air India Flight 182, originating in Toronto and stopping in Montreal to pick up passengers bound for Heathrow and on to New Delhi, killing all — and it exploded over the Atlantic Ocean — killing all 329 passengers and crew members on that flight, 280 of whom... 01/10/2019 | 11:31:22 Good morning colleagues. Let me begin by thanking rapporteur Mr Sylvain WASERMAN and his colleagues for their outstanding work to advance whistleblower protection. This issue has never been as relevant as it is today, as our societies grow more complex and our economies more reliant on information than ever before. Indeed, Canada’s experience grappling with this important topic has positioned it as an emerging leader. At the same time, Canada has much to learn from the Member and observer... 25/06/2019 | 17:59:52 Fellow parliamentarians, good afternoon, I am honoured to be here with you all today to discuss a topic of great importance to all our parliaments: violence against women. I wish to thank the rapporteurs Ms Zita GURMAI and Ms Elvira KOVÁCS for their important and well written reports. The adoption of the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women in 1979, and Canada’s ratification of this Convention in 1981, signified a global commitment to...


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