February 22, 2000

BQ

Monique Guay

Bloc Québécois

Mrs. Monique Guay (Laurentides, BQ)

Mr. Speaker, following the introduction by the Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs of a bill denying Quebecers their fundamental rights, I ask for the unanimous consent of the House to table a document that will enlighten the House. This is a document on the moral and legal right of a separated Quebec to use the Canadian currency.


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The Acting Speaker (Mr. McClelland)

Is there unanimous consent of the House to table this document?


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Some hon. members

Agreed.


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Some hon. members

No.


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BQ

Pauline Picard

Bloc Québécois

Mrs. Pauline Picard (Drummond, BQ)

Mr. Speaker, following the introduction by the Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs of a bill denying Quebecers their fundamental rights, I have here a newspaper article about a visit of Mario Dumont to the Bois-Francs region, where he is quoted as saying that, in a democracy, a result of 50% plus one is in keeping with a principle recognized throughout the world.

I ask for the unanimous consent of the House to table this article, which can enlighten the members of this House.


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The Acting Speaker (Mr. McClelland)

Is there unanimous consent of the House?


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Some hon. members

Agreed.


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Some hon. members

No.


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BQ

Jean-Guy Chrétien

Bloc Québécois

Mr. Jean-Guy Chrétien (Frontenac—Mégantic, BQ)

Mr. Speaker, you know that Bill C-20 is currently being debated in committee. As we speak, Jean-François Lisée is testifying before the committee.

To enlighten all members of the House, I have here the results of a Léger & Léger poll on the referendum and on Bill C-20. If it is the pleasure of the House, and with your permission, Mr. Speaker, I would appreciate it if I could table the results of this poll.


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The Acting Speaker (Mr. McClelland)

Is there unanimous consent of the House to table this document?


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Some hon. members

Agreed.


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Some hon. members

No.


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BQ

Maurice Dumas

Bloc Québécois

Mr. Maurice Dumas (Argenteuil—Papineau—Mirabel, BQ)

Mr. Speaker, I have here a text that our colleagues across the way cannot object to, particularly my seatmate, the government House leader and member for Glengarry—Prescott—Russell.

It is a speech by Jean Charest. Our colleagues have to agree, because he is one of their own, a Liberal. This is the text of his television address on Bill 99 and the federal bill on referendum rules. I ask for consent to table this document.


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The Acting Speaker (Mr. McClelland)

Is there unanimous consent?


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Some hon. members

Agreed.


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Some hon. members

No.


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BQ

Benoît Sauvageau

Bloc Québécois

Mr. Benoît Sauvageau (Repentigny, BQ)

Mr. Speaker, following the introduction by the Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs of a bill denying the fundamental rights of Quebecers, I have here a document dealing with the Canadian dollar and Quebec secession. I ask for the unanimous consent of the House to table this document, which will enlighten it in this debate.


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The Acting Speaker (Mr. McClelland)

Is there unanimous consent of the House?


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Some hon. members

Agreed.


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Some hon. members

No.


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February 22, 2000