Mr. Speaker, no one uses pyrrhotite, since it can cause concrete cancer. The government said that it would help victims, but, based on what it is telling us now, we can see that that was a joke.
Pyrrhotite victims are demanding answers. It is our duty to prevent any further victims in Trois-Rivières or elsewhere in Canada.
Can the Conservatives explain how the federal standard that regulates the tolerances of concrete structures can be a provincial jurisdiction? Will they continue to make up excuses to avoid helping pyrrhotite victims back home?