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2018-02-01 13:03 House intervention / intervention en chambre

Government bills, Labour relations, Members of Parliament staff, New Democratic Party Caucus, Second reading, Union certification,

Accréditation syndicale, Caucus Nouveau Parti démocratique, Deuxième lecture, Personnel des députés, Relations de travail

Madam Speaker, the member talked at length about the NDP's own habit of union organizing on the Hill for a long time, which I think is a very laudable goal. I wonder if the member could tell us about the kind of effect having unionized political staff has. Can he confirm that the NDP has never engaged in union busting?

Madame la Présidente, le député a longuement parlé de la tradition néo-démocrate de syndicalisation sur la Colline du Parlement, qui est très louable selon moi. Quelle incidence le fait d'avoir un personnel politique syndiqué a-t-il, selon lui? Peut-il confirmer que le NPD ne s'est jamais livré à des pratiques antisyndicales?

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