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Health  Mr. Speaker, on Friday, travellers at the Montréal-Trudeau International Airport complained that passengers arriving from at-risk areas were not being tested. Some travellers even likened the airport to a sieve. We need to protect the public against the spread of this virus. The

March 9th, 2020House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

The Economy  Mr. Speaker, the rail crisis has had a huge impact on the economy in eastern Quebec. The Société du chemin de fer de la Gaspésie is still taking stock, but we already know that losses exceed half a million dollars. The Baie-des-Chaleurs chamber of commerce has sounded the alarm

March 9th, 2020House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, this is the era of climate change, not the era of “Drill, baby, drill”. The CEO of Suncor said that the time for major projects is over. The CEO of Teck Resources wrote that, before the company will invest, the provinces need to agree on their climate policies. It ha

February 27th, 2020House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

Emergency Debate  Mr. Speaker, I thank my colleague for her question. I think we need to start by determining whether a project would cause pollution. In this case, the project clearly would. That brings me to the energy transition, which is what we should be working towards. We need to stop subs

February 25th, 2020House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

Emergency Debate  Mr. Speaker, I do not have kids yet, but I do not know whether I want to bring any into the world because I do not know where this world is heading. I understand that the member is worried about his children's future, but more subsidies for fossil fuels will not be good for our c

February 25th, 2020House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

Emergency Debate  Mr. Speaker, I see that my colleague from Louis-Saint-Laurent really likes that argument. That was in 2012, and it is now 2020. We are talking about our future, for future generations and my generation. I invite my colleague to catch up to 2020.

February 25th, 2020House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

Emergency Debate  Mr. Speaker, talking about the economy is not a bad thing, but there is more to life than the economy. For instance, there is the current crisis. The government says, and the opposition parties say, that we have to find a balance between the two. However, projects like Teck Front

February 25th, 2020House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

Emergency Debate  Mr. Speaker, I will share my time with the member for Saint-Jean. As much as I enjoy debating in the House, and I am really starting to like it, I have to say that this emergency debate took me by surprise. On one side, we have the Bloc Québécois, which recognizes the climate e

February 25th, 2020House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

Emergency Debate  Madam Speaker, my colleague from Quebec poured his heart and soul into defending the province of Alberta, but in recent years, Quebec's greenhouse gas emissions have dropped by nearly 10% while Alberta's have gone up by nearly 60%. Quebec is doing what needs to be done, but this

February 25th, 2020House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

Climate Change Accountability Act  moved for leave to introduce Bill C-215, An Act respecting Canada’s fulfillment of its greenhouse gas emissions reduction obligations. Mr. Speaker, I am very pleased to introduce my first bill in the House of Commons. As an environmentalist and as the Bloc Québécois climate chan

February 24th, 2020House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

Indigenous Affairs  Mr. Speaker, the rail crisis will not be resolved without dialogue with the Wet'suwet'en. Fortunately, despite the government's inaction, the RCMP understood that it was part of the problem and agreed to withdraw from the territory. So much the better, but the bond of trust with

February 24th, 2020House debate

Kristina MichaudBloc

Judges Act  Madam Speaker, I thank my colleague for her speech, which was very moving. I understand that this is an extremely important bill that we want to pass as quickly as possible. It is very important to do so. There was a suggestion that groups be consulted. That is a very good idea.

February 19th, 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

Public Safety  Mr. Speaker, to resolve the crisis, will the Prime Minister ask for the withdrawal of the RCMP from Wet'suwet'en territory and apologize for the RCMP's mistakes?

February 19th, 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