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Intergovernmental Relations  Mr. Speaker, this week, Quebec got to witness a road show, a piece of political theatre in bad taste about extending Highway 19. The people of Terrebonne are pleased, because this is the good news they have been waiting for for years. However, it is Quebec that builds highways,

May 17th, 2019House debate

Michel BoudriasBloc

Intergovernmental Relations  Mr. Speaker, working for Quebec and in Quebec's best interests means complying with the agreements between this government and Quebec. The agreement on infrastructure makes it clear that Canada's role is limited to contributing financially, period. It will not be involved in the

May 17th, 2019House debate

Michel BoudriasBloc

Justice  Mr. Speaker, that is just a sham and a gong show. I want to move on to something else. Vice-Admiral Norman is the victim of both the Conservatives' pettiness and the Liberal government's incompetence. The Conservatives hid the fact that they mandated Admiral Norman to talk to D

May 17th, 2019House debate

Michel BoudriasBloc

Public Safety  Mr. Speaker, at this time, there should be no petty politics when it comes to flood victims. We have seen the public's generosity on several occasions during different disasters that have occurred in Canada and Quebec. People need immediate assistance now. There are urgent need

May 2nd, 2019House debate

Michel BoudriasBloc

Public Safety  Mr. Speaker, families in Quebec are working around the clock to save their homes. Some have already lost everything. People who were evacuated are wondering if they still have a home to return to. In the meantime, the Minister of Public Safety is not sure if he will directly comp

May 2nd, 2019House debate

Michel BoudriasBloc

Public Safety  Mr. Speaker, I thank the minister for his answer. So far, the Government of Quebec has given the Canadian Red Cross $1 million to directly help the victims with their basic needs. I am still talking about the floods since that is the issue at hand. The Government of Quebec gave

May 2nd, 2019House debate

Michel BoudriasBloc

Questions Passed as Orders for Returns  With regard to federal spending in the riding of Terrebonne, for each fiscal year since 2010-11, inclusively: what are the details of all grants and contributions and all loans to every organization, group, business or municipality, broken down by the (i) name of the recipient, (

April 29th, 2019House debate

Michel BoudriasBloc

Questions Passed as Orders for Returns  With regard to federal spending in the riding of Rivière-des-Mille-îles, for each fiscal year since 2010-11, inclusively: what are the details of all grants and contributions and all loans to every organization, group, business or municipality, broken down by the (i) name of the

April 29th, 2019House debate

Michel BoudriasBloc

Fisheries and Oceans  Madam Speaker, an American company, AquaBounty, has begun producing genetically modified salmon in Prince Edward Island in order to eventually produce it on an industrial scale. No one wants giant salmon, or “frankenfish”, and no one wants these industrial products on their dinn

April 5th, 2019House debate

Michel BoudriasBloc

Employment  Madam Speaker, every year, Quebec businesses worry that the temporary foreign workers they need will not arrive on time. These business owners pay Service Canada thousands of dollars to ensure that their file is processed quickly, but people on the other end are asleep at the swi

April 5th, 2019House debate

Michel BoudriasBloc

Canada Revenue Agency  Madam Speaker, the Minister of National Revenue is failing in her duty. The net was supposed to tighten around the Panama papers fraudsters, but that has not happened. The minister was supposed to hire 1,300 new international taxation auditors, but that has not happened either. S

April 5th, 2019House debate

Michel BoudriasBloc

Public Services and Procurement  Mr. Speaker, in the budget, the government just announced that it will be procuring three new ferries. That is a good thing. The timing is great, because Quebec's Davie shipyard has had to lay off 1,200 workers due to a lack of federal contracts. These 1,200 workers lost their jo

March 22nd, 2019House debate

Michel BoudriasBloc

Transportation  Mr. Speaker, my guess is that 15% is a knock-on effect of marijuana legalization. We now know that the Apollo ferry is a rickety and dangerous old boat that should have been pulled from service long ago. This information should have been available before now, because Transport C

March 22nd, 2019House debate

Michel BoudriasBloc

Official Languages  Mr. Speaker, the government does not respect francophones, as evidenced by how our armed forces treat them. Specialized career development courses, particularly in intelligence and special forces, are available in English only. If francophone service members want to be promoted

March 19th, 2019House debate

Michel BoudriasBloc

Official Languages  Mr. Speaker, I will remind the minister that it was her government that closed Royal Military College Saint-Jean. This government does not respect francophones, as evidenced by how the RCMP treats them. In the past five years, the RCMP has not promoted a single unilingual fran

March 19th, 2019House debate

Michel BoudriasBloc