Mr. Speaker, that is precisely the problem: The blockades are still in place because of the government's appalling inaction for over two weeks now. That is the reality.
Meanwhile, there has been a growing number of victims. Today we learned that the Société du chemin de fer de la Gaspésie must lay off half of its employees. That means 15 breadwinners who no longer have a job today and are not receiving a salary.
What is the government doing? What does the government have to say to those people?
What does she have to say to those breadwinners in the Gaspé who today have no job, apart from asking them to be patient?