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2016-03-22 12:57 House intervention / intervention en chambre

Collective bargaining, Court orders, Government bills, Labour relations, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Second reading, Supreme Court of Canada

Conditions et horaires de travail, Cour suprême du Canada, Deuxième lecture, Gendarmerie royale du Canada, Négociations collectives, Ordonnances judiciaires, Relations de travail

Mr. Speaker, I think the government made the right decision in preparing the bill in compliance with the Supreme Court ruling and the timelines available. We have many years ahead of us to make a lot changes on all topics, but we met the requirements given to us by the Supreme Court and it is the right path to be taking. I appreciate the member's intervention. She is helping me greatly understand this file.

Monsieur le Président, je pense que le gouvernement a pris la bonne décision en rédigeant un projet de loi conforme à la décision de la Cour suprême et à l'échéancier fixé. Il nous reste de nombreuses années pour faire encore beaucoup de changements sur toutes sortes de sujets, mais nous répondons maintenant aux exigences de la Cour suprême. C'est ce que nous devions faire. J'apprécie l'intervention de la députée. Elle m'aide beaucoup à comprendre ce dossier.

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Posted at 13:26 on March 22, 2016

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