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Minister Lebouthillier invited to “ ; get out of your island»

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The Minister of Fisheries and Oceans Canada and Member of Parliament for Gaspésie–Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine, Diane Lebouthillier, did not hide her anger when she was told by MP Joël Godin to “get off her island”. (Archive photo)

The Canadian Press

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A comment from Conservative MP Joël Godin, who invited the member for Gaspésie–Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine, Diane Lebouthillier, to “get off her island,” provoked indignation from the Liberals on Thursday in the House of Commons.

A real shame to even talk about people, Madelinots who experienced [the storm] Dorian, who experienced [the storm] Fiona! replied Ms. LeBouthillier.

You should be ashamed of speaking badly about people from the regions. Shame on you people! she continued, out of control and to thunderous applause from her colleagues who also jumped out of their chairs, one of them trying to shake her hand as she pointed it in the direction of the conservative benches.

Mr. Godin had just made his remark, dissatisfied that the liberal elected official had in turn criticized the conservatives for having opposed workers' rights, for having disseminated disinformation linked to housing, for denying the #x27;existence of climate change, reopening the debate on abortion and betraying Ukraine.

I invite the minister to leave her Magdalen Island and come to the streets of Montreal, Mr. Godin then sent.

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The Conservative MP for Portneuf–Jacques-Cartier, Joël Godin, was offended by the elected official's reproaches liberal. (Archive photo)

That was all it took for screams to burst through the room. To order, please! To order, please! summoned the president, Greg Fergus, as best he could.

In resuming his question, Mr. Godin saw fit to reiterate his remarks and invite Ms. Lebouthillier to come and see the situation in the streets of Montreal, where The media food drive was taking place.

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People are on the side of the street asking for help x27;help, because food banks are overflowing, he explained. Can this government understand the despair of citizens and listen to reason? A family of four will pay $700 more next year for groceries.

Mr. Godin thus invited the Trudeau government to stop wanting to tax even more, with the complicity of the Bloc Québécois, and to have a little heart by canceling the carbon tax, which would give breathing space to farmers and Canadian families. .

Bloc MP Alexis Brunelle-Duceppe, who was given the floor at the end of the exchanges, said straight away that he hopes that Mr. Godin has not planned his vacation to the [Madeleine] Islands next summer.

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