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2019-03-18 15:11 House intervention / intervention en chambre

Employment opportunities, Mining industry, Oral questions

Industrie minière, Questions orales,

Mr. Speaker, Canadians know that the metal and mining industry is important for our economy and for our communities across the country, including many municipalities in Laurentides—Labelle. That is why our government is working hard to ensure that this industry continues to create jobs and generate economic growth.

Could the minister tell the House how our government is focusing on innovation, the development of clean technologies and strengthening the regulatory framework to ensure that the exploration and mining sector is prosperous, resilient and sustainable?

Monsieur le Président, les Canadiens savent que l'industrie des mines et des métaux est importante pour notre économie et pour nos communautés partout au pays, comme c'est le cas dans plusieurs municipalités de Laurentides—Labelle. C'est pourquoi notre gouvernement travaille fort pour s'assurer que cette industrie demeure une source de création d'emplois et de croissance économique.

Est-ce que le ministre peut indiquer à la Chambre de quelle façon notre gouvernement met l'accent sur l'innovation, le développement des technologies propres et le renforcement du cadre réglementaire pour assurer un secteur d'exploration et d'exploitation prospère, résilient et durable?

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Posted at 15:26 on March 18, 2019

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