Mr. Speaker, trite rhetoric, but the industry communities and workers are still looking for an action plan from the government.
The final example, the government keeps trying to justify a half a million dollar severance package for David Dingwall against the growing opposition of even members of the Liberal caucus. The government's own labour minister said, “If he thinks he deserves a severance package after having quit, then he should sue for it. I don't think he should be entitled to it”.
How could the government continue to make the case for severance when its own minister responsible for severance legislation thinks the idea is ridiculous?