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2016-05-16 16:28 House intervention / intervention en chambre

Air Canada, Aircraft maintenance and repairs, Government bills, Third reading and adoption,

Air Canada, Troisième lecture et adoption,

Mr. Speaker, my colleague from Sherwood Park—Fort Saskatchewan talks about this bill as though it were designed to bail out Air Canada. I do not agree. This is absolutely not the case. This bill is designed to modernize the existing act. If, for example, we had not modernized the Parliament of Canada Act, we would still have about 200 seats here.

Does the member think it is important to modernize the Air Canada Public Participation Act, or should we leave it as is forever?

Monsieur le Président, mon collègue de Sherwood Park—Fort Saskatchewan parle de ce projet de loi comme comme s'il visait à renflouer Air Canada. Je ne suis pas d'accord avec lui. Ce n'est carrément pas le cas. C'est un projet de loi qui modernise la loi actuelle. Si on n'avait pas modernisé la Loi sur le Parlement du Canada, par exemple, on aurait toujours 200 sièges environ.

Le député croit-il important de moderniser la Loi sur la participation publique au capital d'Air Canada ou devrait-on la laisser comme telle pour toujours?

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