Mr. Jean-Robert Gauthier (Ottawa-Vanier):
Mr. Speaker, I have 17 petitions concerning the Mulroney-Reagan trade agreement to table today. The petitioners humbly declare that the Mulroney Government has sold out Canada without obtaining anything in return; that Canadian industries are still not protected from American trade laws; that the United States got everything they wanted in all the important sectors, in particular in agriculture, energy, automobile trade, financial services and investments; that the jobs of thousands of Canadians are threatened; that the Conservative Government has not provided any adjustment assistance for Canadian workers.
For these reasons, they humbly ask Parliament to censure the Government for having signed the Mulroney-Reagan Agreement.
Sub-subtopic: CANADA-U.S. FREE TRADE AGREEMENT