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Main Estimates 2024-25  Madam Speaker, in his speech, my colleague talked a lot about the importance of the sound management of public money. Obviously, we agree with that. We are trying to make sure that the money is invested wisely. We saw the scandals involving McKinsey. The government uses outside firms a lot.

June 13th, 2024House debate

Andréanne LaroucheBloc

Main Estimates 2024-25  Mr. Speaker, in his speech, my colleague talked a lot about housing. I cannot help but think about the people at the Association québécoise de défense des droits des personnes retraitées et préretraitées, or AQDR. It is an association in my home town of Granby. This week it organized a protest against the commodification and financialization of housing.

June 13th, 2024House debate

Andréanne LaroucheBloc

Main Estimates 2024-25  Madam Speaker, speaking of people who need help, my colleague just mentioned families. However, another group that needs help is seniors, and something that they are calling for is the passage of Bill C-319, which his party supported both in the House and in committee. There are people who need extra help, and that includes seniors.

June 13th, 2024House debate

Andréanne LaroucheBloc

Business of Supply  Madam Speaker, at the end of his speech, my colleague asked us to give him an opportunity to address the Leader of the Opposition's comments on the Liberal-paid lobbyist who was invited to a Conservative event. I would like to hear more about that.

June 13th, 2024House debate

Andréanne LaroucheBloc

Business of Supply  Madam Speaker, I would like to thank the minister for his speech. I listened to it carefully. I have two questions and observations for him. First, we saw in the last budget that his government is continuing to invest in the oil industry. Does he really believe that these industries are in genuine need of help, when other people have much more need for government support than they do?

June 13th, 2024House debate

Andréanne LaroucheBloc

Miscarriage of Justice Review Commission Act (David and Joyce Milgaard's Law)  Mr. Speaker, I thank my colleague for this debate that we are having. This debate is important and essential. It is on a bill that essentially seeks to restore trust in the system and restore independence as well. Through several studies conducted at the Standing Committee on the Status of Women, we saw that this issue of rebuilding trust and loss of trust in the system, especially among indigenous women, is critical.

June 11th, 2024House debate

Andréanne LaroucheBloc

Online Harms Act  Mr. Speaker, I would like to remind my colleague that the Bloc Québécois would have preferred to split the bill in two. Right now, it is far too problematic to get a proper perspective. We certainly want to study this bill in committee, including parts two, three and four. The leader of the Bloc Québécois, the member for Beloeil—Chambly, introduced a bill to deal with hate speech.

June 7th, 2024House debate

Andréanne LaroucheBloc

Online Harms Act  Mr. Speaker, one thing is certain: When we talk about algorithms, it is not so simple. In my presentation, I explained the issue of hate speech. When it comes to parts 2, 3 and 4 of the bill, we have questions that we want to work on. It was in fact to deal with anti-Semitism and hate speech against the Jewish community that the Bloc Québécois introduced the member for Beloeil—Chambly's bill.

June 7th, 2024House debate

Andréanne LaroucheBloc

Online Harms Act  Mr. Speaker, that is why we want to divide the bill in two. This is yet another example, in addition to the matter of algorithms that my colleague from Victoria raised. My esteemed colleague from Drummond, with whom I worked on this file, is right. Increasing minimum sentences is an issue of major concern.

June 7th, 2024House debate

Andréanne LaroucheBloc

Online Harms Act  Mr. Speaker, it is not easy to speak in front of the member for Salaberry—Suroît, who does outstanding work and who just gave a wonderful speech. I will see what I can add to it. I may get a little more technical than she did. She spoke from the heart, as usual, and I commend her for that.

June 7th, 2024House debate

Andréanne LaroucheBloc

Pride Month  Mr. Speaker, on May 17 we marked International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia. For the occasion, I received a very special report with a reminder that every day in the world, acts of hate are committed against the 2SLGBTQQIA+ communities. We are never free from brutal regressions.

June 7th, 2024House debate

Andréanne LaroucheBloc

Business of Supply  Madam Speaker, we are in 2024, 19 years after the Auditor General's 2005 report that covered the 10 years of the Conservative government. Despite that, Sustainable Development Technology Canada still exists. There is a certain loss of control over public funds. That has never been resolved.

June 6th, 2024House debate

Andréanne LaroucheBloc

Business of Supply  Madam Speaker, I know my colleague is working very hard at the Standing Committee on Industry and Technology. I would like him to talk about the fact that, as my colleagues from Terrebonne and Saint-Jean explained in their speeches, we are talking about the damning reports of the Auditor General.

June 6th, 2024House debate

Andréanne LaroucheBloc

Public Complaints and Review Commission Act  Madam Speaker, I thank my colleague and acknowledge his passionate advocacy for indigenous issues. This issue has been raised in many studies by the Standing Committee on the Status of Women. It came up often during a study on the impact of resource development on indigenous women and during the red dress alert study.

June 4th, 2024House debate

Andréanne LaroucheBloc

Public Complaints and Review Commission Act  Mr. Speaker, one aspect we can talk about in relation to the bill is the issue of transparency, which is a problem right now with the CBSA. We keep hearing about it. There is the ArriveCAN app, but there is also the lack of surveillance at the port of Montreal, which is a hub for vehicle theft.

June 4th, 2024House debate

Andréanne LaroucheBloc