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Address in Reply  Mr. Speaker, I am pleased to see that the fight against climate change is one of the government's priorities. Back home in the Lower St. Lawrence and the Gaspé, like everywhere else, we are already feeling the worst effects of climate change. The rate of shoreline erosion in Avig

December 5th, 2019House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

Resumption of debate on Address in Reply  Mr. Speaker, last Thursday, in the excitement of giving my first speech, I forgot to thank the people of Avignon—La Mitis—Matane—Matapédia. I will take the time to do so today. I thank them for trusting me and for electing me. Like my colleague, I am 26. I am also one of the you

December 9th, 2019House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

Jean Pagé  Mr. Speaker, some people have a much larger extended family than others in Quebec. By coming into our homes every Saturday during the hockey night broadcast, Jean Pagé became an unofficial member of many families back home. On behalf of the Bloc Québécois, I wish to extend my de

December 11th, 2019House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, the government claims to prioritize the interests of Quebec and climate change. However, when the Bloc Québécois wanted to include compliance with Quebec's environmental laws in the throne speech, which is something the Government of Quebec expressly requested durin

December 12th, 2019House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, the Premier of Quebec, François Legault, will meet with the Prime Minister in a few hours. I recall that during the election campaign, Mr. Legault made it clear that Quebec's environmental laws would apply at all times, including to federal projects. In the first w

December 13th, 2019House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

Employment  Mr. Speaker, community organizations and the smallest municipalities are concerned about the delays in the federal summer jobs program. These subsidies for hiring students often make all the difference for organizations with limited means. It is also a good job opportunity for y

January 28th, 2020House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, this is the moment of truth. The government cannot claim to be fighting climate change if it approves the Teck Frontier project. The Frontier project means 260,000 barrels of bitumen a day for 40 years and at least four million tonnes of CO2 a year. That spells the e

January 29th, 2020House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

Natural Resources  Mr. Speaker, the proposed Teck Frontier oil sands mine will produce at least four million tonnes of greenhouse gas every year for 40 years. That is like putting an extra one million cars on our roads or driving from Vancouver to Montreal and back four million times. During the

February 3rd, 2020House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

Business of Supply  Madam Speaker, I would like to start by saying that I will be sharing my time with my colleague, the member for Rivière-du-Nord. With his expertise in law, he will be able to probe into the specific details of the case that brings us here today. Today's motion is a particularly

February 4th, 2020House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

Business of Supply  Madam Speaker, I thank my colleague for his question. I think a good start would be for all of us to sit down together to determine what led to this situation. We can all agree that it must never happen again. An external investigation would solve many problems, and outside scrut

February 4th, 2020House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

Business of Supply  Madam Speaker, I thank my colleague for his comment. I do not understand why we had to wait for something like this to occur before asking the necessary questions. There was evidence in 2017, 2018 and 2019 that something was not working properly. These circumstances had to arise

February 4th, 2020House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

Business of Supply  Madam Speaker, as I said, one must always be careful when commenting on this kind of situation, but sometimes we have no choice. The fact that this man was allowed to see prostitutes and access such services is unacceptable. This means that the system knew what was going on. The

February 4th, 2020House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, my colleague spoke a lot about the expertise of the people who sit on the Parole Board. However, we have noticed that there are flaws in the system, and that is what led to the current situation. I would like to know whether the member thinks it is right that correc

February 4th, 2020House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

Relations with Indigenous Peoples  Madam Speaker, I had a question all ready for my colleague, but the Conservative member got me thinking about something. From what I understand, the RCMP deployed members on the ground, including snipers, to put an end to the peaceful protests. I do not know what exactly was said

February 18th, 2020House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

Public Safety  Mr. Speaker, the rail blockade was caused by the RCMP. It was the RCMP that sparked the conflict by ordering its officers to arrest peaceful Wet'suwet'en protesters. It was the RCMP that ordered its officers to use as much force as possible, including snipers, to break up the pro

February 19th, 2020House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc