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2016-05-05 14:48 House intervention / intervention en chambre

Canada Post Corporation, Operational reviews, Oral questions

Examens opérationnels, Questions orales, Société canadienne des postes

Mr. Speaker, Canada Post provides important services for my constituents in Laurentides—Labelle and for all Canadians.

All across the country, people are dismayed at the lack of respect and service cuts that the previous Conservative government imposed on Canada Post. In rural ridings like mine, these impacts are even more noticeable.

During the last election, the Liberal Party committed to a comprehensive review of the crown corporation. Would the minister responsible for Canada Post please update this House on the status of that review?

Monsieur le Président, Postes Canada offre des services importants à mes concitoyens de Laurentides—Labelle et à tous les Canadiennes et Canadiens.

Partout au pays, les gens déplorent les coupes que le gouvernement conservateur a imposées à Postes Canada et le manque de respect qu'il lui a manifesté. L'effet de ces mesures se fait sentir, particulièrement dans les circonscriptions rurales comme la mienne.

Durant la campagne électorale, le Parti libéral s'est engagé à soumettre la société de la Couronne à un examen exhaustif. La ministre responsable de Postes Canada pourrait-elle faire le point sur cet examen?

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Posted at 15:26 on May 05, 2016

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