Terence Young’s RECORD: Key Accomplishments in the House of Commons

Terence Young`s dynamic record for Canada, Oakville and the Conservative Party in the House of Commons

Key speeches and Statements in the House of Commons.

Read Terence’s message and speech here that one MP called the most powerful he has ever heard, and galvanized parliament to pass the most significant update to the Food and Drugs Act in 50 years: Vanessa’s Law, named after Terence’s daughter who died from a prescription drug.
Food and Drugs Act March 28th, 2014

Terence worked with Oakville Town Councillors and C4ST to get cellular towers that omit strong radiation banned in Oakville if closer than 1000 ft from homes, schools, day-care centres and hospitals, and in Ottawa to issue place warning labels on the devices.
Cellular Towers February 11th, 2014

Terence represents us in Oakville, taking important issues in Oakville to Ottawa!
Parliamentary Study on Eating Disorders December 3rd, 2013

Terence worked with Oakville`s C4ST to make Canadians aware of the risks of long term over-exposure to cell-phone radiation with his Private Member`s Bill C-648, and will do so again.
Warning Labels for Radio Apparatus Act December 11th, 2014
Terence supports a national health priority:
National Strategy for Dementia Act May 5th, 2015
Protecting children from cellphone radiation in other countries.

Terence Alerts Canadians to the risk of radiation from over-use of cellular phones and other devices.
February 23rd, 2015
Economic Action Plan 2015 Act, No.1 How ordinary Canadians can secure their future with $ 10,000/year tax-free savings accounts. May 14th, 2015

Terence on Status of Women Committee: on vulnerable patients who suffer from eating disorders.
February 5th, 2015

Terence on working to end gender-based violence.
Instruction to the Standing Committee on the Status of Women (violence against women) September 30th, 2014

Working across the aisle with opposition members to address Lyme Disease. With government support Terence Seconds Bill C-422.
Lyme Disease June 2nd, 2014

Terence: Our economy today as a result to a large degree of budget initiatives my government took from 2008 forward that blossomed.
Economic Action Plan 2013 Act No. 2 October 28th, 2013

Terence’s favourite story for Black History Month: the senior Alderman and occasional Acting Mayor of Toronto in 1894 was African-Canadian, the son of an American Slave who fled to Canada on the underground railroad.
William Peyton Hubbard February 13th, 2012

As MP for seven years Terence worked with Oakville’s Shae Invidiata who founded FREE THEM and his Conservative colleague Joy Smith to fight human trafficking in Canada. The government initiated 5-year penalty for trafficking here, and made it illegal for Canadians to travel out-side Canada to have sex with children. But most importantly they introduced one of the most progressive bills in the world based on the progressive Norwegian model, to protect women who are bullied into prostitution and trafficked and help them flee their traffickers, by outlawing the purchase of sex, instead of selling sex. (The Liberals voted this bill)
Human Trafficking October 3rd, 2011

How Oakville’s C4CA stopped the unneeded and unwanted polluting power plant.
Citizens for Clean Air November 2nd, 2010

Terence obtained the highest level of federal investment in Oakville ever: $60 M in federal investments in Oakville infrastructure.
The Economy September 14th, 2009

Terence’s first speech in the house, a short tribute to great women leaders in Oakville.
ATHENA Oakville Award November 20th, 2008