disable ads
This is an overview of Scott Brison's social media activity. Use the tabs above to view each source in detail.

Twitter

  • reply to tweet
    Congrats to fellow Nova Scotian and outgoing Comptroller General Bill Matthews on his new role at DND. Treasury Boa… https://t.co/5XbIDegFzx
  • reply to tweet
    Félicitations à Bill Matthews, fier néo-écossais et contrôleur général du CAN pour son nouveau role à la défense. N… https://t.co/hBZSpy4r31
  • reply to tweet
    We made a promise to middle class Canadians to lower their taxes and make sure we have a fair tax system, and we ar… https://t.co/UTeL4tI4MX
  • reply to tweet
    Nous avons promis aux Canadiens de la classe moyenne de baisser leurs impôts et de s'assurer d'avoir un system d'im… https://t.co/CCgyWleDvE
  • reply to tweet
    We need fresh perspectives to help us shape how the government does digital. Exciting ideas pitched at… https://t.co/qRXCWbTr94
view more...

Facebook

view more...

Photos

view more...

Hansard

  • retweet

    Mr. Speaker, today's job report also shows that there are fewer jobs for young Canadians. In fact, there are 160,000 fewer jobs for young Canadians than in 2008.

    Meanwhile, Canada has just set another new record for high levels of household debt. There is a connection between household debt and a weak job market for youth in Canada. Middle-class parents are taking on extra debt in order to help their adult children make ends meet.

    When will the Conservatives actually understand the real challenges faced by middle-class families? When will they give them a real plan for jobs and growth?

  • retweet

    Mr. Speaker, I remember when finance ministers used to answer budget questions. I also remember when finance ministers...

  • retweet

    Mr. Speaker, the Minister of Finance just referred to the report of CIBC economics as sham statistics. A bank economist...

  • retweet

    Mr. Speaker, the hon. member again is demonstrating that the Conservatives are totally out of touch with the challenges...

  • retweet

    Mr. Speaker, I rise today to speak to today's motion on jobs and the economy. I will be splitting my time with the hon....

view more...

News

view more...
Newsletter
user online (116) viewing this page (1)
view mobile version
FEEDBACK & SUGGESTIONS
Processing time: 0.2184 seconds