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2020-02-05 16:31 [p.969]
Madam Speaker, I thank my hon. colleague for his most enthusiastic speech.
Our hon. colleague told us that the new NAFTA would result in new job prospects for Canadians and therefore for Quebeckers. There was a protest here in Ottawa. Aluminum workers, municipal officials and economic stakeholders from the region came to tell us, with study in hand, that 60,000 jobs are in jeopardy in Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean and on the north shore. Sixty thousand jobs. I have seen better job prospects.
Earlier, my hon. colleague said that I was playing politics with this file. I am not playing politics, I am fighting for my constituents.
If someone told my hon. colleague that the new NAFTA would put 60,000 jobs at risk in his riding, would he be so enthusiastic about signing the agreement?
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