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2017-06-08 16:36 House intervention / intervention en chambre

Agreements and contracts, Disarmament, Foreign countries, Foreign policy, Nuclear weapons, Opposition motions,

Armes nucléaires, Désarmement, Ententes et contrats, Pays étrangers, Politique étrangère

Mr. Speaker, as my colleague from Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie knows, I come from the riding of Laurentides—Labelle. In the northern part of the riding is a former nuclear base with silos for Tomahawk missiles. The nuclear issue is real. Canada was a nuclear nation in a sense because it housed U.S. missiles. I completely agree that the world should get rid of nuclear weapons.

I have a question for my colleague: how does he plan to force North Korea, Russia, and the United States to get rid of their nuclear weapons?

Monsieur le Président, comme le sait mon collègue de Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie, je viens de la circonscription de Laurentides—Labelle. Au Nord de la circonscription se trouve une ancienne base nucléaire où il y a des silos pour missiles Tomahawk. L'enjeu nucléaire est réel. Le Canada était un pays nucléaire, en quelque sorte, parce qu'il abritait des missiles américains. Je suis entièrement d'accord sur le fait que le monde entier devrait se débarrasser des armes nucléaires,

J'aimerais poser une question à mon collègue: quel est son plan pour forcer la Corée du Nord, la Russie et les États-Unis à se débarrasser de leurs armes nucléaires?

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