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2016-04-13 17:15 House intervention / intervention en chambre

Budget debates, Forest products industry, Forestry, Regional development,

Débats sur le budget, Développement régional, Foresterie, Industrie des produits forestiers,

Madam Speaker, it is clear that the forestry crisis has never been fully addressed, and the government is working very hard on this issue.

As we all know, the proposed solutions are not final. We are not going to stop working on this issue, and I am not going to give up in my riding either. This is an important issue to us and one in which I have a keen interest because it affects our economy. We are studying all plans and potential solutions. We will continue to work on this file, and I am certain that we will find a solution.

Madame la Présidente, il est clair que la crise de l'industrie forestière n'a jamais été complètement réglée, et le gouvernement travaille très fort sur cet enjeu.

Comme nous le savons tous, les solutions proposées ne sont pas définitives. Nous n'allons pas abandonner notre travail sur cet enjeu, et je ne vais pas l'abandonner dans mon comté non plus. C'est un enjeu qui nous importe et qui m'interpelle beaucoup, car il a une incidence sur notre économie. Nous nous penchons sur tous les projets et toutes les solutions possibles. Nous allons poursuivre nos efforts en ce sens et je n'ai aucun doute que nous allons trouver une solution.

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Posted at 15:26 on April 13, 2016

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