Mr. Ronald J. Duhamel (St. Boniface):
Madam Speaker, my question is for the Secretary of State.
Given that the public accounts committee, chaired by my colleague from Ottawa-Vanier, has shown the inadequacy of the current Student Assistance Program, that the 3 per cent tax on student loans should be removed as promised by the government, that the cost of living criteria for student allocations have not been adjusted since 1984, that students will be applying for student aid in August under old rules and an inadequate program, why is the government not bringing forth legislation that will correct these problems in the student aid program?
Why is the government not doing what it has promised to do for years now?
Subtopic: STUDENT AID