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Health  Mr. Speaker, the federal government is unable to confirm today that it will receive doses of the Pfizer vaccine next week. A government with foresight seeks solutions to help its people, does it not? We know that there are delays in procuring the Pfizer vaccine as a result of wo

January 25th, 2021House debate

Julie VignolaBloc

2016 Attack in Ouagadougou  Mr. Speaker, five years ago, on January 15, 2016, there was an attack on Ouagadougou, the capital of Burkina Faso. That traditionally peaceful country was plunged into abject violence entrenched in politics and religion. This attack reverberated all the way to Quebec, because six

January 25th, 2021House debate

Julie VignolaBloc

Economic Statement Implementation Act, 2020  Madam Speaker, I thank my colleague for his speech. He talked about seniors, families and workers, among other things. My question is on students, who are suffering during the pandemic from a mental health and financial perspective. The bill would suspend interest on Canadian s

January 25th, 2021House debate

Julie VignolaBloc

Public Services and Procurement  Mr. Speaker, this government is working against Quebec in shipbuilding. It is cutting the Davie shipyard out of a $2-billion contract and giving it to Seaspan in Vancouver. However, Seaspan previously had this contract for six years and did nothing in those six years. In fact, t

December 10th, 2020House debate

Julie VignolaBloc

Public Services and Procurement  Mr. Speaker, 3% is the share of contracts that Quebec has obtained under Liberal leadership. Quebec is the second-highest tax-paying province. It has the largest shipyard in Canada, yet we are not able to get more than 3% of the contracts. We are being robbed of a contract by a s

December 10th, 2020House debate

Julie VignolaBloc

Public Services and Procurement  Madam Speaker, inexplicably, the government has not yet awarded the contract for the John G. Diefenbaker icebreaker to Davie. That ship should have been built three years ago. Ottawa even had to take the contract away from the company that had won it because it could not start co

December 7th, 2020House debate

Julie VignolaBloc

Public Services and Procurement  Madam Speaker, Davie has received less than 3% of the contracts to date. Ottawa withdrew the John G. Diefenbaker contract from Seaspan because it was unable to complete it. In exchange, the government awarded Seaspan a contract for 16 small vessels. Davie can fulfill this contra

December 7th, 2020House debate

Julie VignolaBloc

Business of Supply  Madam Speaker, last spring, we spent countless hours helping people get back to Canada. What those people were telling us was that they were not getting any information and that they felt abandoned and unimportant, even though they were Canadian citizens and they just wanted to

December 3rd, 2020House debate

Julie VignolaBloc

Business of Supply  Madam Speaker, just recently, the Government of Quebec complained about the lack of information provided by Ottawa, particularly information about the possibility of getting more doses than promised for 2021. The governments of Quebec and the Canadian provinces are the ones who w

December 3rd, 2020House debate

Julie VignolaBloc

Criminal Code  Mr. Speaker, I would like to thank my colleague, who also made a very personal and moving speech. The hon. member who spoke earlier said that medical assistance in dying was out of the question. We all acknowledge and respect the value of life, which is extremely important. We m

November 30th, 2020House debate

Julie VignolaBloc

Criminal Code  Mr. Speaker, I would like to thank my colleague for his very personal speech. I think we agree that we need to improve the care and inclusion of people with disabilities. Personally, I think that this very important option has not been given enough consideration. On the other h

November 30th, 2020House debate

Julie VignolaBloc

Health  Mr. Speaker, we all thought we would have to put up with bloody COVID-19 for another few weeks. The media were reporting that pharmaceutical companies had discovered a vaccine and that it would be here in January at the latest. Quebec is already buying freezers to store the vac

November 26th, 2020House debate

Julie VignolaBloc

Health  Mr. Speaker, the Government of Quebec wrote to the Minister of Health on October 23 to ask for an update on the vaccines. Not only did Quebec never get a response, but the Prime Minister half-heartedly told us a month later that there has been a slight setback and that the vacci

November 26th, 2020House debate

Julie VignolaBloc

Canadian Net-Zero Emissions Accountability Act  Mr. Speaker, when I was a teacher, I often saw students who had problems and knew the solutions, but could not solve their problems because they did not know how to go about implementing the solution. This bill is a step in the right direction, but is does not identify how the o

November 26th, 2020House debate

Julie VignolaBloc

Canadian Net-Zero Emissions Accountability Act  Mr. Speaker, I grew up surrounded by nature. There were mountains, lakes, rivers and forests as far as the eye could see. The environment has been one of my chief concerns since I was a little girl. However, growing up in a remote community meant that we could not be as environme

November 26th, 2020House debate

Julie VignolaBloc