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  • His favourite word was colleague.

Last in Parliament October 2019, as Independent MP for Beauce (Québec)

Won his last election, in 2015, with 59% of the vote.

Statements in the House

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship December 3rd, 2018

Mr. Speaker, this weekend the Prime Minister said that we need a social analysis on the impact of male construction workers brought in to work in rural areas.

Meanwhile, the government is about to sign a UN treaty meant to normalize mass migration. The government must preserve our sovereignty by not signing that treaty.

Can the minister explain why the government is more afraid of the social impact of Canadian male workers than that of migrants from other countries?

Natural Resources November 27th, 2018

Mr. Speaker, since 2014, the energy industry in western Canada has suffered proportionately a far greater crisis than the automobile industry, and yet not only is the government not helping, it would make energy projects even more difficult with Bill C-69. Can the minister give us assurance that she will finally listen to the concerns of the industry, and pull out this bill?

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship November 21st, 2018

Mr. Speaker, the government has been unable to solve the illegal migrants crisis. It plans to increase, by 40%, the number of immigrants we accept, and it is about to sign the global compact on regular migration, a United Nations plan to make mass migration normal and easier.

Will the Prime Minister tell us if he still believes that Canada is a sovereign country that must protect its borders and its identity, yes or no?

Elections Modernization Act October 29th, 2018

Mr. Speaker, the People's Party agrees to apply the vote, and I will be voting in favour of the motion.

Elections Modernization Act October 29th, 2018

Mr. Speaker, the People's Party will vote no.

Elections Modernization Act October 29th, 2018

Mr. Speaker, the People's Party will vote for the motion.

Elections Modernization Act October 29th, 2018

Mr. Speaker, the People's Party is voting in favour.

Carbon Pricing October 29th, 2018

Mr. Speaker, Ottawa and the provinces have a number of programs, taxes and regulations to reduce greenhouse gases. Last week, on Tout le monde en parle, the Prime Minister acknowledged that even if Canada were to cease all economic activity, it would not have much of an impact on climate change.

Why, then, does the Prime Minister want to impose a costly tax on consumers and businesses that will have no impact on climate change?

Canada Post Corporation October 22nd, 2018

Mr. Speaker, once again, today Canadians are being denied postal services because of a labour dispute.

Postal monopolies have been abolished everywhere in Europe since 2013. Opening to competition and privatization are the keys to reducing costs, improving service and ensuring that Canadians are never again denied postal services during a labour dispute.

When will the government get rid of this antiquated monopoly?

International Trade October 4th, 2018

Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister said that farmers under supply management will be fully compensated for the increase in imports under the free trade agreement with the Americans. If I am not mistaken, the government will be compensating farmers for not producing, while at the same time preventing them from exporting.

Would this money not be better spent buying back the quotas, abolishing the supply management system, and allowing producers to innovate and export?