Why does the member think the finance minister is refusing to do the right thing and reveal his assets?
Mr. Speaker, I want to thank the member for JonquiÃ¨re for her speech. Since being elected, she has distinguished herself with the quality of her remarks. Due to resignations in two other ridings, she is currently the only member speaking for the Saguenayâ€”Lac-Saint-Jean region. She does a great job representing JonquiÃ¨re, but she is also very effective at representing central Saguenayâ€”Lac-Saint-Jean.
The question I want to ask her is very simple. The Liberals refuse to reveal any information about the Minister of Finance, yet it was reported today that Canada's average household debt is now the highest in the world.
Why this contradiction? The Liberals are weak on both the economy and ethics.
Mr. Speaker, I thank the member for Abitibiâ€”TÃ©miscamingue for her excellent speech.
I know she works very hard as a member of Parliament and also as a nurse. When the hospital emergency room really needs her talents, she is there. She meets all kinds of people in Abitibiâ€”TÃ©miscamingue, honest, hard-working people.
Right now, we have a Minister of Finance who makes decisions but refuses to tell us why and how he might benefit personally.
I have two simple questions for the member. What are the people of Abitibiâ€”TÃ©miscamingue saying about his refusal to share that information? Do the people of Abitibiâ€”TÃ©miscamingue agree with us that the minister should share all of that information?