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Natural Resources  Mr. Speaker, it feels like Groundhog Day. The Conservative Party leader is begging the Prime Minister to bring back energy east. He might do it, even though most Quebeckers are strongly opposed to the proposal. Why listen to people and protect our rivers when friends in the oil i

September 20th, 2018House debate

Alexandre BoulericeNDP

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, someone said that the environment is a priority to Quebeckers and there is a real sense of urgency in Quebec, but that here in Ottawa, the Liberals are talking out of both sides of their mouths. That someone is David Suzuki. Everyone from ordinary citizens to scienti

September 19th, 2018House debate

Alexandre BoulericeNDP

Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership Implementation Act  Madam Speaker, I thank my colleague for his speech. The NDP has a lot of concerns about the comprehensive and progressive agreement for trans-Pacific partnership. We are especially concerned about job losses in auto manufacturing, agriculture and the poultry industry. We are als

September 18th, 2018House debate

Alexandre BoulericeNDP

Natural Resources  Mr. Speaker, I am going to describe how the people of Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie reacted to the purchase of the Trans Mountain pipeline. Richard Côté wrote to me and said that the purchase of Trans Mountain is looking more and more like the greatest waste of public money in Canad

September 18th, 2018House debate

Alexandre BoulericeNDP

Natural Resources  Mr. Speaker, their process was flawed and the Federal Court put them in their place. That is what happened. It is not just the people on the Island of Montreal who are worried. In Salaberry—Suroît, which has Enbridge's line 9B pipeline running through it, people have serious con

September 18th, 2018House debate

Alexandre BoulericeNDP

Petitions  Mr. Speaker, I am pleased to present a petition signed by over 1,000 people who support the reinstatement of the public transit tax credit, something that is really important to many people living in urban centres, such as Montreal. It is also important to people living on modest

June 20th, 2018House debate

Alexandre BoulericeNDP

Public Safety  Mr. Speaker, does anyone think it is normal for people to get killed for demonstrating? Is it true that people expressing their right to peaceful protest run the risk of being shot at? Though upsetting, that is the opinion of the former Governor of the Bank of Canada, David Dodg

June 20th, 2018House debate

Alexandre BoulericeNDP

Aeronautics Act  Mr. Speaker, I am pleased to rise in the House to outline my position and the position of the NDP on the bill put forward by my colleague from Repentigny. I think her bill has many interesting elements with regard to respecting the jurisdictions of Quebec and the other province

June 19th, 2018House debate

Alexandre BoulericeNDP

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, while the Liberals are wasting our money on a leaky old pipeline, it has emerged that the pipeline safety and monitoring system is not working anymore. Last year was the worst year in a decade for spills and leaks. Of all the incidents that occurred in 2017, 23% we

June 19th, 2018House debate

Alexandre BoulericeNDP

International Trade  Mr. Speaker, thousands of workers across the country are living in uncertainty, and things are not improving. After aluminum and steel, now the United States is threatening to impose up to 25% tariffs on the automotive sector. A Bank of Nova Scotia analysis warns how harmful th

June 18th, 2018House debate

Alexandre BoulericeNDP

Natural Resources  Mr. Speaker, today, we learned in a study by Équiterre that pipeline management in this country is all over the map. In 2017, there was a 41% increase in incidents, spills, leaks, and issues. The so-called automated detection systems do not detect even half of what happens. What

June 14th, 2018House debate

Alexandre BoulericeNDP

Natural Resources  Mr. Speaker, according to a study by Cambridge University, a foreseeable and inevitable drop in global demand for oil will burst the carbon bubble. This will happen between 2030 and 2050. In one fell swoop, oil infrastructure will become worthless. So, what did the Prime Ministe

June 13th, 2018House debate

Alexandre BoulericeNDP

Impact Assessment Act  Mr. Speaker, I thank my colleague for his speech. The bill we are currently rushing through at third reading has many flaws. The process for determining which projects will be reviewed, and the criteria upon which they will be reviewed, is arbitrary and unclear. There are also m

June 12th, 2018House debate

Alexandre BoulericeNDP

Impact Assessment Act  Mr. Speaker, I thank my colleague from Essex for her very good question. I find it interesting that she is raising the issue of the changes to navigable waters because, once again, the Liberals wanted to muddy the waters, if you will pardon the pun. The debate on the assessment

June 12th, 2018House debate

Alexandre BoulericeNDP

Impact Assessment Act  Mr. Speaker, I thank my colleague for his very important question. There is a geothermal project in an alley in Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie. I support that excellent project. I just want to say that $4.5 billion to buy an old pipeline is not a good investment. It is the public th

June 12th, 2018House debate

Alexandre BoulericeNDP