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Canada Early Learning and Child Care Act  Mr. Speaker, if I understood the question correctly, my colleague wants to know what can be done at the federal level to improve services that fall under provincial jurisdiction. My answer is simple. What happens at the provincial level has to be dealt with in the legislatures

January 31st, 2023House debate

Alexis Brunelle-DuceppeBloc

Canada Early Learning and Child Care Act  Mr. Speaker, it will certainly have a major impact on the Canadian economy but especially on the well-being of families. My colleague mentioned that she wished she had had access to this type of service. Life would have been much easier if the governments of the other Canadian pr

January 31st, 2023House debate

Alexis Brunelle-DuceppeBloc

Canada Early Learning and Child Care Act  Mr. Speaker, I am not sure I understand the question. One thing is certain. Quebec did not sign the Constitution. Even though I am a sovereignist, I am going to defend the Canadian Constitution. That is not something that happens very often. The Canadian Constitution is clear ab

January 31st, 2023House debate

Alexis Brunelle-DuceppeBloc

Canada Early Learning and Child Care Act  Mr. Speaker, in 2022, Quebec celebrated the 25th anniversary of its family policy. On January 23, 1997, former premier Pauline Marois, then education minister for the Parti Québécois government, unveiled the Quebec family policy. This family policy was developed as a result of ma

January 31st, 2023House debate

Alexis Brunelle-DuceppeBloc

Canada Early Learning and Child Care Act  Happy new year, Mr. Speaker. I am happy to see you again. I am glad the rest of Canada is following Quebec's example. Quebec's approach to child care and early learning was groundbreaking. It took the government 25 years to take action and understand that this is a progressive l

January 31st, 2023House debate

Alexis Brunelle-DuceppeBloc

Questions Passed as Orders for Returns  With regard to the awarding of contracts by the government to the private firm McKinsey: (a) how many contracts were awarded by the government to the private firm McKinsey; and (b) what is the value and nature of each of these contracts?

January 30th, 2023House debate

Alexis Brunelle-DuceppeBloc

Questions on the Order Paper  With regard to the impact of the immigration levels established by the federal government on the French presence in Canada: (a) what studies have been commissioned or conducted by the government to determine what impact the immigration levels will have on the vitality of French i

January 30th, 2023House debate

Alexis Brunelle-DuceppeBloc

Questions on the Order Paper  With regard to the new immigration targets revealed by the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship in the 2022 Annual Report to Parliament on Immigration: (a) how many pieces of correspondence did the government exchange with the Government of Quebec to establish the im

January 30th, 2023House debate

Alexis Brunelle-DuceppeBloc

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship  Mr. Speaker, Roxham Road is breaking records. By the end of the year, 40,000 asylum seekers will have likely used that route. That is why Quebec's immigration minister, Christine Fréchette, is asking the federal government for funding so that Quebec can give asylum seekers money

December 14th, 2022House debate

Alexis Brunelle-DuceppeBloc

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship  Mr. Speaker, when the Prime Minister says he wants Quebec to welcome 112,000 newcomers every year, what he really means is 112,000 plus the 40,000 from Roxham Road. He expects Quebec to welcome a total of 152,000 people every year, but is he also providing more money for French l

December 14th, 2022House debate

Alexis Brunelle-DuceppeBloc

International Day of Commemoration and Dignity of the Victims of the Crime of Genocide and of the Prevention of this Crime  Madam Speaker, December 9 is the International Day of Commemoration and Dignity of the Victims of the Crime of Genocide and of the Prevention of this Crime. More importantly, it is an opportunity to resolve once again, as parliamentarians, to do everything we can to stop this hei

December 9th, 2022House debate

Alexis Brunelle-DuceppeBloc

Business of Supply  Madam Speaker, what is unfortunate is that, because of the government's inaction on climate change, the Conservatives have come here today with a populist motion saying that the carbon tax does not do anything to fight climate change since Canada is ranked 58 out of 63 and is amo

December 8th, 2022House debate

Alexis Brunelle-DuceppeBloc

Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, I think things have been clear since the beginning of the day. From what we can see, the Liberal's plan to address greenhouse gas emissions is not working and, before the carbon tax, the Conservatives unveiled an ideological plan that will not work either. We know wh

December 8th, 2022House debate

Alexis Brunelle-DuceppeBloc

Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, I quite agree with my colleague that the Conservatives do not really have a climate plan, but maybe he should think about whether the Liberal plan is a good one. The Liberals opened the door for the Conservative Party to criticize the carbon tax, because Canada rank

December 8th, 2022House debate

Alexis Brunelle-DuceppeBloc

Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, I find that fascinating. Indeed, I am going to ask my Conservative friends the same question today and I think that not one will answer. How is it that, in 2022, and probably in years to come, the oil companies, banks and major food chains are making record profits

December 8th, 2022House debate

Alexis Brunelle-DuceppeBloc