Interventions in the Senate Chamber RSS (opens in a new window)
Below are all of Senator Colin Deacon's interventions in the Senate Chamber dating back to his appointment in 2018. Interventions in the Senate Chamber includes Senator's statements at the commencement of Senate sittings, speeches on particular bills or motions, as well as questions posed in response to the speeches of other Senators or during question period. Find Senator Deacon's latest interventions, and his voting history below:
Senators’ Statements — Open Banking, December 9, 2020.
In this Senators' Statement, Senator Deacon discusses the importance of consumer directed finance, or open banking, for Canadian consumers (part two of two).
Senators’ Statements — Point of Order, Speaker’s Ruling, December 9, 2020.
Speaker Furey's ruling on a point of order in relation to rule 4-2(5)(a) raised during Senator Deacon's Statement.
Senators' Statements — Open Banking, December 9th, 2020.
In this Senators' Statement, Senator Deacon discusses the importance of consumer directed finance, or open banking, for Canadian consumers (part one of two).
Social Affairs, Science and Technology: Motion to Authorize Committee to Study the Future of Workers, Debate Continued, November 3rd, 2020.
A question posed by Senator Deacon in relation to entrepreneurs during the debate on a motion presented by Senator Lankin to authorize the Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science, and Technology to study the future of workers in Canada.