June 14, 1993 (34th Parliament, 3rd Session)

NDP

Raymond John Skelly

New Democratic Party

Mr. Skelly (North Island -Powell River)):

Time? We have just started. There is just a minute left, Mr. Speaker? Okay, we will get to the salient points.
My colleagues and I have heard many, many arguments made in this House that were cogent and intelligent. However, there is the argument by the proponent of this particular motion to vote for this bill because its origin starts in the riding of her leader, the member for Beausejour, who does not have enough guts to go back and run in his own native province because he will not be re-elected.

Topic:   GOVERNMENT ORDERS
Subtopic:   NORTHUMBERLAND STRAIT CROSSING ACT
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