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View Alain Rayes Profile
CPC (QC)
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2019-12-10 14:22 [p.212]
Mr. Speaker, we all know that, because of his antics, the Prime Minister is not taken very seriously on the international scene.
Is he effectively managing foreign threats here, in Canada? It is a valid question. The Chinese government has clearly indicated that it wants to become established in the Arctic and gain influence over this territory.
Does the Prime Minister recognize this threat, yes or no?
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CPC (QC)
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2019-12-10 14:23 [p.212]
Mr. Speaker, it is obvious that this government is misreading the Canada-China relationship.
The Prime Minister has no intention of defending human rights in China, protecting Canadians against security threats or working on guaranteed access to markets for Canadian farmers.
In 2013, the Prime Minister said that he admired the Chinese dictatorship. Does he still?
View Alain Rayes Profile
CPC (QC)
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2019-12-09 14:35 [p.100]
Mr. Speaker, the throne speech clearly shows that the Liberals are only spouting rhetoric and not taking concrete action to meet Quebec's specific demands.
Even more surprising, the Bloc Québécois has agreed to fully support this throne speech, even though it pushed hard for Quebec's demands during the election campaign.
Can the Prime Minister tell us what he plans to do to specifically address the Quebec government's demands?
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CPC (QC)
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2019-12-09 14:36 [p.101]
Mr. Speaker, during the election campaign, there were calls for a single tax return for Quebeckers, a third link for the greater Quebec City area, and a solution to the problem of illegal border crossings.
On Friday, the Minister of Infrastructure and Communities suggested that there is no third link project in the greater Quebec City area. However, the Quebec government earmarked $350 million for that project in its last budget.
The people of Quebec need to know where they stand, so can the Prime Minister tell us whether he supports the third link project for the greater Quebec City area, yes or no?
View Alain Rayes Profile
CPC (QC)
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2019-12-06 11:43 [p.44]
Mr. Speaker, during their last term, the Liberals did not do much about addressing Quebec's specific demands, such as the single tax return, the third link and the issues surrounding illegal immigration at the Quebec border, to name just a few.
I have a very simple question for the Prime Minister today. Could he tell us clearly whether Quebec is getting a single tax return, like everywhere else in Canada? Yes or no?
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CPC (QC)
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2019-12-06 11:45 [p.44]
Mr. Speaker, I would like to remind my hon. colleague that the request regarding tax returns was made by the Quebec National Assembly and by all political parties, without exception.
Once again, we see that the Liberals do not want to respond to Quebec's specific requests. Again yesterday, in the throne speech, there was absolutely nothing regarding those requests. I will ask another question.
Could the Prime Minister clearly tell us whether he will commit to supporting the third link project in the greater Quebec City area, yes or no?
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