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Budget Implementation Act, 2022, No. 1 Madam Speaker, I personally knew one of the people who died in the storm a few weeks ago. Given the climate impacts we experienced in Quebec and also here in Ottawa, I would like to ask my colleague what positive impact this budget will have on preventive environmental measures.
June 6th, 2022House debate
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Mr. Speaker, June is ALS Awareness Month, and since today is Lou Gehrig Day, I am calling on each of us to recognize how important it is for Health Canada to speed up its review of an Amylyx treatment for ALS. In the member's statement I made last year about this day, I shared m
June 2nd, 2022House debate
Committees of the House Madam Speaker, I would turn that question back to the member. Why have we been working for weeks under a gag order and time allocation when we should actually be debating this in great detail? That is for him to answer. We will talk more about this later.
Committees of the House Madam Speaker, I will do what the government never does, which is admit that it may have made a mistake. What I was trying to do was make the connection. It may not have been the auto industry, but I do not have my notes and I apologize for that. How was it so easy for a former
Committees of the House Madam Speaker, I am pleased that the member brought up contracts because—
Committees of the House Madam Speaker, what we are experiencing right now has been going on for hours, and why is that? It is because it is a very sensitive subject, I admit. The objective is due diligence when it comes to contracts. A number of experts told the committee that it is important to take
Committees of the House Madam Speaker, I said something about it right at the beginning. How is it that if a member makes a mistake by not reporting that they received a gift or perk worth $200 or more, that is not a violation? When billions of dollars are involved, why are there not violations? Of c
Committees of the House Mr. Speaker, first of all, I want to say that it is easy to say that we stand with someone, that we are joining forces with someone else, that we are voting in favour of something or that we have changed our minds. We have seen a lot of things this afternoon, but what it all come
Committees of the House Madam Speaker, I usually have notes, but I have pulled out my report, which is now a year and a few months old. Here it is with the highlights. Of course, we must acknowledge the work that was done with the ultimate goal of helping all Quebeckers and Canadians to get through the
Committees of the House Madam Speaker, I am going to take my time, because the whole day I have had the opportunity to rise a few times in order to ask where we are going with the whole situation. I think that today we understand that we have to seize these opportunities. During my first term, I was in
Online News Act Madam Speaker, this is my last question. I certainly understand that all the questions about the process we are going through will not be answered. I heard the minister. The Bloc Québécois is not just here to oppose things. We will vote in favour of things that are good for Queb
Online News Act Madam Speaker, I will rephrase my question. I was giving a passionate speech, and I did not know whether I had 60 seconds to ask my question. We obviously want to have a solution. The solution is what is proposed in Bill C‑18, which incorporates certain aspects of bills C‑10 an
Online News Act Madam Speaker, I have not been a member of the House for all that long, so I would like someone to explain to me what has been happening here over the past few weeks. I would like to start by saying that we want to work to find solutions to what is happening to our media. The gr
Criminal Code Madam Speaker, I am pleased to hear what I am hearing this morning. I thank my colleague across the way because it was high time. My thoughts are with a few organizations in Laurentides—Labelle, such as l'Ombre‑Elle and Passe‑R‑Elle, because this has been their plea for many de
Preserving Provincial Representation in the House of Commons Act Madam Speaker, I have a simple question for my colleague. What does he say to people who know that their French‑speaking nation is in decline, who are fighting, breathing through a straw and calling for even a modicum of respect to avoid becoming minimized in Quebec? It is all we
May 16th, 2022House debate