Madam Speaker, I would like to commend my colleague on her election and on her speech. I would like to reassure her that she is definitely eloquent enough and talented enough to be an MP. I do hope, however, that we will have the chance to hear her sing again because she sings as well as she speaks.
I would also like to congratulate you, Madam Speaker, on your election. It is good and even essential to move toward greater gender equality and for women to play a bigger role in our institutions. As the Bloc Québécois critic for gender equality, the status of women and seniors, that is of particular concern to me.
Speaking of seniors, during the most recent election campaign, many seniors' groups talked to me about the taxation of GAFA by drawing a parallel with the matter of weekly and regional newspapers. One of the newspapers that is in jeopardy, La Voix de l'Est, is located in the heart of my riding.
What would we do without these local newspapers? What would our community organizations, our arts organizations and our democracy do without them? Who will talk about us and report on our work to our constituents? I therefore intend—