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2016-11-29 16:29 House intervention / intervention en chambre

Canada Pension Plan, Government bills, Pensions and pensioners, Report stage,

Étape du rapport, Pensions et pensionnés, Régime de pensions du Canada

Madam Speaker, after listening to the speech by my colleague from Lakeland there is a question that I feel I need to ask. In my opinion, the government has an obligation toward its citizens, toward the short term and for the long term to ensure the well-being of the population going forward.

I am wondering if the member for Lakeland believes the government has an obligation directly to its citizens and if so, what exactly that obligation is.

Madame la Présidente, après avoir écouté le discours de ma collègue de Lakeland, j'ai une question à lui poser. À mon avis, le gouvernement a un devoir envers les citoyens, celui de veiller sur leur bien-être à court et à long terme.

Je me demande si la députée de Lakeland croit que le gouvernement a un devoir direct envers les citoyens. Dans l'affirmative, quel est exactement ce devoir?

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