M-103 VOTING LIST: How Each MP Voted On The Motion

The House of Commons shamefully passed Motion M-103, based on the dangerous concept of falsely comparing criticism of an idea (Islam), to racism.

The motion could have wide-ranging implications, and could lead to an erosion of our freedom of thought and freedom of speech.

The dishonest and manipulative motion passed with 201 MP’s voting in favor, and 91 voting against it.

Here is the list of who voted yes, and who voted no:

MP’s who voted for M-103

  • Aldag
  • Alleslev
  • Amos
  • Arseneault
  • Arya
  • Ashton
  • Ayoub
  • Bagnell
  • Baylis
  • Beech
  • Bennett
  • Benson
  • Bibeau
  • Bittle
  • Blaikie
  • Blair
  • Blaney (North Island—Powell River)
  • Boissonnault
  • Bossio
  • Boutin-Sweet
  • Bratina
  • Breton
  • Brison
  • Brosseau
  • Caesar-Chavannes
  • Cannings
  • Caron
  • Carr
  • Casey (Cumberland—Colchester)
  • Casey (Charlottetown)
  • Chagger
  • Champagne
  • Chan
  • Chen
  • Chong
  • Choquette
  • Christopherson
  • Cormier
  • Cullen
  • Cuzner
  • Dabrusin
  • Damoff
  • Davies
  • DeCourcey
  • Dhaliwal
  • Dhillon
  • Di Iorio
  • Donnelly
  • Drouin
  • Dubourg
  • Duguid
  • Duncan (Etobicoke North)
  • Duncan (Edmonton Strathcona)
  • Dusseault
  • Duvall
  • Dzerowicz
  • Easter
  • Ehsassi
  • El-Khoury
  • Ellis
  • Erskine-Smith
  • Eyking
  • Eyolfson
  • Fergus
  • Fillmore
  • Finnigan
  • Fisher
  • Fonseca
  • Fragiskatos
  • Fraser (West Nova)
  • Fraser (Central Nova)
  • Freeland
  • Fry
  • Fuhr
  • Garrison
  • Gerretsen
  • Goldsmith-Jones
  • Goodale
  • Gould
  • Graham
  • Grewal
  • Hardie
  • Harvey
  • Hehr
  • Holland
  • Housefather
  • Hughes
  • Hussen
  • Hutchings
  • Iacono
  • Johns
  • Joly
  • Jones
  • Jordan
  • Jowhari
  • Julian
  • Kang
  • Khalid
  • Khera
  • Kwan
  • Lametti
  • Lamoureux
  • Lapointe
  • Lauzon (Argenteuil—La Petite-Nation)
  • LeBlanc
  • Lebouthillier
  • Lefebvre
  • Lemieux
  • Leslie
  • Levitt
  • Lightbound
  • Lockhart
  • Longfield
  • Ludwig
  • MacAulay (Cardigan)
  • MacGregor
  • MacKinnon (Gatineau)
  • Malcolmson
  • Maloney
  • Masse (Windsor West)
  • Massé (Avignon—La Mitis—Matane—Matapédia)
  • Mathyssen
  • May (Cambridge)
  • May (Saanich—Gulf Islands)
  • McCrimmon
  • McDonald
  • McGuinty
  • McKay
  • McKenna
  • McKinnon (Coquitlam—Port Coquitlam)
  • McLeod (Northwest Territories)
  • Mendès
  • Mendicino
  • Miller (Ville-Marie—Le Sud-Ouest—Île-des-Soeurs)
  • Monsef
  • Morrissey
  • Mulcair
  • Murray
  • Nantel
  • Nassif
  • Nault
  • O’Connell
  • Oliphant
  • Oliver
  • O’Regan
  • Ouellette
  • Paradis
  • Peschisolido
  • Peterson
  • Petitpas Taylor
  • Philpott
  • Picard
  • Poissant
  • Quach
  • Qualtrough
  • Rankin
  • Ratansi
  • Rioux
  • Robillard
  • Rodriguez
  • Romanado
  • Rota
  • Rudd
  • Ruimy
  • Rusnak
  • Sahota
  • Saini
  • Sajjan
  • Sangha
  • Sansoucy
  • Sarai
  • Scarpaleggia
  • Schiefke
  • Schulte
  • Serré
  • Sgro
  • Sheehan
  • Sidhu (Mission—Matsqui—Fraser Canyon)
  • Sidhu (Brampton South)
  • Simms
  • Sorbara
  • Spengemann
  • Stanton
  • Stetski
  • Stewart
  • Tabbara
  • Tan
  • Tassi
  • Tootoo
  • Trudel
  • Vandal
  • Vandenbeld
  • Vaughan
  • Virani
  • Weir
  • Whalen
  • Wilkinson
  • Wilson-Raybould
  • Wrzesnewskyj
  • Young
  • Zahid

Total: 201

MP’s who voted against M-103

  • Aboultaif
  • Albas
  • Albrecht
  • Allison
  • Ambrose
  • Anderson
  • Arnold
  • Barlow
  • Barsalou-Duval
  • Beaulieu
  • Bergen
  • Bernier
  • Berthold
  • Bezan
  • Blaney (Bellechasse—Les Etchemins—Lévis)
  • Block
  • Boucher
  • Brassard
  • Calkins
  • Carrie
  • Clarke
  • Clement
  • Cooper
  • Deltell
  • Diotte
  • Doherty
  • Dreeshen
  • Eglinski
  • Falk
  • Fast
  • Finley
  • Gallant
  • Généreux
  • Gill
  • Gladu
  • Godin
  • Gourde
  • Harder
  • Hoback
  • Jeneroux
  • Kelly
  • Kent
  • Kitchen
  • Kmiec
  • Lake
  • Lauzon (Stormont—Dundas—South Glengarry)
  • Lebel
  • Leitch
  • Liepert
  • Lobb
  • Lukiwski
  • MacKenzie
  • Maguire
  • McCauley (Edmonton West)
  • McLeod (Kamloops—Thompson—Cariboo)
  • Motz
  • Nater
  • Nicholson
  • O’Toole
  • Paul-Hus
  • Pauzé
  • Poilievre
  • Reid
  • Rempel
  • Richards
  • Ritz
  • Saroya
  • Scheer
  • Schmale
  • Shields
  • Shipley
  • Sopuck
  • Sorenson
  • Ste-Marie
  • Strahl
  • Stubbs
  • Sweet
  • Tilson
  • Trost
  • Van Kesteren
  • Van Loan
  • Vecchio
  • Viersen
  • Wagantall
  • Warawa
  • Warkentin
  • Waugh
  • Webber
  • Wong
  • Yurdiga
  • Zimmer

Total: 91

The 91 who voted against the motion showed the courage to stand up for freedom of speech and the rights of Canadians. They also stood with the vast majority of Canadians who expressed their opposition to M-103 over and over again.

Those who voted for M-103 decided to stand with Justin Trudeau instead of standing with Canadians. They need to be voted out.

Spencer Fernando

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Andre Delage
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MAY THE RIGHTEOUS GOD BLESS CANADA AND THE CANADIANS… WITH HIS GRACE AND MERCY….

Bill MacLean
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Bill MacLean

Spencer, I don’t see Lisa Raitt’s name in either camp. Is this an oversight? #mymp

Sheila
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Sheila

I was wondering the same about Charlie Angus.( Timmins)

Blake
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Blake

I’d like to see which party each belongs to as well.

terry
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terry

i’d like to see that also .

karen Grant
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karen Grant

Sign the petition against shariah law in Canada.
Thousands of Canadians are signing petition e-909 on the government’s petitions website. It reads like a direct response to certain concerns about M-103, calling upon the government to propose an amendment to the Constitution Act “stating that Shariah Law or separate Shariah family courts will never have a place in the Canadian Justice System
https://petitions.parl.gc.ca/en/Petition/Details?Petition=e-909
Please forward it to others and post on FB.

Jean Paul
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Jean Paul

The notion of race should be abolished completely.

Everyone one of us is Earthling. With this recognition, at least, our feeble Political Leaders wouldn’t have to established laws to protect a particular race and their religious beliefs.

Hughie Vey
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well i don’t see my MP voted for or against , I think this isn’t a true list

Prof Frink
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The MPs that are not listed for or against, did they abstain?

Jen
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Jen

What I would like to see, are the liberals mps own signatures including the coward Justin approving M-103

Jim Bartko
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Jim Bartko

How adding their party and riding?

BRIAN MORGAN
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BRIAN MORGAN

M.P Michael Chong voted in favour of M-103, Chong is supposed to be a Conservative but in reality he is a closet Liberal, this turn coat should not be elected the next time around.

Name
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Name

My MP, whom I thought a good and reasonable man when I’ve met with him, turns out to be a cretin-Judas and I will do may part to ensure he is not re-elected ever again.

David
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David

And so the downfall of Canada starts…

Margaret Barclay
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Margaret Barclay

Absolutely no to M-103 and Sharia law. What is happening to this country?
We need to get rid of this govenment,If this continues Canada will be no more.

Carol
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Carol

My MP Mel Arnold voted against the bill. I see that they used there last names only. Go to your local MP’s and ask for a list of the MP’s, what province they are in and what area they represent. This is an extremely important list that needs the details completed so that everyone knows what area’s each of the one’s who supported the bill and how to get them out as our Canadian political leaders.

Georges Codsi
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Georges Codsi

Dear Spencer Fernando,
Thank you very much for your brilliant contribution.
Would it be possible for you to write :
(1) the name of the party, after the last name of each MP
(2) the name of the cowards and hypocrites like Justin Trudeau who stayed out of the parliament in order to hide their name
(3) the total per party who voted for
(4) the total per party who voted against
(5) In conclusion, for whom we the people should vote the day of the federal elections?
Thank you very much indeed

Elizabeth Thorne
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Elizabeth Thorne

All the Liberal voted in favour, except Justine, he was out looking for unicorns that day ( political Move) and all the NDP voted in favour.