March 25, 2011 (40th Parliament, 3rd Session)


Michael Savage


Mr. Michael Savage (Dartmouth—Cole Harbour, Lib.)

Mr. Speaker, Canadian families need a government that cares. After five years of an uncaring government, Canadians are more worried about how to pay for their children's education, how to care for their aging parents, where to find child care spaces, and how to get a secure pension.
There are people without jobs and jobs without people. Poverty is rising, food banks are full, and many are homeless. This is a serious time and yet the Conservatives chose to invest in prisons, untendered jets, big corporations, and a bloated G8 summit instead of students, seniors and families.
What is the minister going to say to all the people she has insulted and offended when she meets them on the doorstep?

Topic:   Oral Questions
Subtopic:   Government Spending
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