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2016-10-24 16:24 House intervention / intervention en chambre

Canada Pension Plan, Government bills, Layoffs and job losses, Pensions and pensioners, Second reading

Deuxième lecture, Pensions et pensionnés, Régime de pensions du Canada

Mr. Speaker, I am not worried about job losses. I am proud of increasing pensions for the future.

Planning for the future is an important strategy. It goes hand-in-hand with the enhancement of the guaranteed income supplement. It is part of a larger plan to improve the situation of seniors. If we did not make those plans 50 years ago, where would we be today?

Monsieur le Président, je ne suis pas inquiet des pertes d'emplois. Je suis fier de la hausse des pensions pour l'avenir.

Il s'agit d'une stratégie importante à planifier pour l'avenir. Elle va de pair avec la bonification du Supplément de revenu garanti. Cela fait partie d'un plus grand programme visant à améliorer la situation des aînés. Si nous n'avions pas planifié cela il y a 50 ans, où en serions-nous aujourd'hui?

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