November 5, 1979

LIB

André Ouellet

Liberal

Mr. Ouellet:

-and does not want us to indicate clearly to Canadians that, in fact, the Prime Minister is making a sweet deal with the Parti Quebecois.

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Subtopic:   INQUIRY OF THE MINISTRY
Sub-subtopic:   INQUIRY WHETHER PRIME MINISTER MET PEQU1STE CANDIDATE
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Some hon. Members:

Oh, oh!

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An hon. Member:

Order.

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LIB

André Ouellet

Liberal

Mr. Ouellet:

Is the Prime Minister ready, today, to admit that when he talks about positive action and openness vis-a-vis the provinces and, more particularly, vis-a-vis Quebec, the only action that has taken place has been-

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An hon. Member:

What is the question?

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LIB

André Ouellet

Liberal

Mr. Ouellet:

-giving away to the Quebec government the things that they want.

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PC

Walter David Baker (Minister of National Revenue; President of the Privy Council; Leader of the Government in the House of Commons; Progressive Conservative Party House Leader)

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Baker (Nepean-Carleton):

There must be a limit, Mr. Speaker.

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LIB

André Ouellet

Liberal

Mr. Ouellet:

We have witnessed-

934

Oral Questions

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LIB

James Alexander Jerome (Speaker of the House of Commons)

Liberal

Mr. Speaker:

Order, please. The hon. member started with an argumentative question and now seems to want to follow it with an argument. 1 think 1 have to stop it.

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LIB

André Ouellet

Liberal

Mr. Ouellet:

My question is as follows: Does the Prime Minister know that the deal by his minister for sport, in doing away with Loto Canada, a very popular program and a success story in Quebec-

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Subtopic:   INQUIRY OF THE MINISTRY
Sub-subtopic:   INQUIRY WHETHER PRIME MINISTER MET PEQU1STE CANDIDATE
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An hon. Member:

Order.

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LIB

André Ouellet

Liberal

Mr. Ouellet:

-has been a deal that has pleased only the Parti Quebecois, because now there will still be a lottery in Quebec but the word "Canada" will no longer be front and centre; the word "Canada" has been abolished by his minister.

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Some hon. Members:

Hear, hear!

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An hon. Member:

Shame on you.

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PC

Charles Joseph Clark (Prime Minister)

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Clark:

Mr. Speaker, I think, in answer to what 1 guess was intended as a question, 1 can only say that I think it will be in the interests of federalism in Canada if the hon. member and his colleagues stop fighting the battles of the past and, instead, will join with us in building a federalism for the future.

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Some hon. Members:

Hear, hear!

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PC

Walter David Baker (Minister of National Revenue; President of the Privy Council; Leader of the Government in the House of Commons; Progressive Conservative Party House Leader)

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Baker (Nepean-Carleton):

That is why you are in

opposition.

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PC

John Carnell Crosbie (Minister of Finance)

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Crosbie:

And will stay there.

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THE ENVIRONMENT

NDP

Derek Nigel Ernest Blackburn

New Democratic Party

Mr. Derek Blackburn (Brant):

Mr. Speaker, my question is to the Prime Minister. The environment minister is quoted in yesterday's Sunday Star as saying Canada cannot negotiate an agreement with the United States to turn off or reduce acid rain fall-out until after the presidential election.

Is it the policy or the attitude of the Government of Canada that Mr. Carter is a lame-duck president and therefore, they cannot enter into any negotiations with the White House until after January, 1981?

Topic:   ORAL QUESTION PERIOD
Subtopic:   THE ENVIRONMENT
Sub-subtopic:   ACID RAIN FALL-OUT-RELATIONS WITH U.S.
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November 5, 1979