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    • MPndpblog Joe Comartin 70 post Aboriginal Affairs

      The hon. member for Montcalm not being present to raise the matter for which adjournment notice has been given, the notice is deemed withdrawn.

      The motion to adjourn the House is now deemed to have been adopted. Accordingly, this House stands adjourned until tomorrow at 2 p.m., pursuant to Standing Order 24(1).

      (The House adjourned at 7:21 p.m.)

      • MPconblog bruce_stanton 78 post Economic Action Plan 2014 Act, No. 1

        Before we resume debate, it is my duty pursuant to Standing Order 38 to inform the House that the questions to be raised tonight at the time of adjournment are as follows: the hon. member for Montcalm, Status of Women; the hon. member for Edmonton—Strathcona, Aboriginal Affairs.

          • MPndpblog Cash4TO 775 post Employment

            Mr. Speaker, on February 27 I asked the Minister of Employment and Social Development whether he would consider providing bridge funding for groups that assisted disabled individuals to become ready, willing, and able to become part of the workforce. In particular, we were concerned about the Collaborative Partnership Network and the fact that 200 people with disabilities would be forced out of work if an agreement was not reached.

            I will read from my question:

            Will the minister commit today, at the very least, to providing this network with the bridge funding it needs to continue its work?

            The answer:

            Mr. Speaker, nothing could be further from the truth.

            I am not sure what that means, but there was no offer of bridge funding for this organization.

            My colleague, the member for Montcalm, asked a similar question immediately afterward, and again there was no positive answer from the government.

            The deadline, of course, was March 31, and in fact there was no agreement and there was no continuation of funding on March 31 for this group, the Collaborative Partnership Network. However, since that time, the Province of Nova Scotia has stepped in where the federal government refused and has provided funding for 60 of the 375 groups that had expired labour market agreements.

            The network was one of the fortunate 60, but the money is limited to wages only and will expire in four to six weeks.

            Today we understand that the province has announced that it has reached an agreement in principle with the federal government, and what that apparently means is that they will continue to negotiate. There are no details. There is no actual agreement. It is just an agreement to continue talking.

            More concerning, though, is the nature of the changes to the way the money will be spent and the nature of the changes the government is dictating to those groups in Nova Scotia. In the past the money was provided to groups and organizations that assisted people who did not have jobs and who needed assistance to enter or re-enter the workforce. In particular, this money was spent in some cases to help organizations provide assistance and counselling and in some cases workplace accommodation to persons with disabilities.

            The effects of this spending were felt by many in the province. Hundreds of persons who were unemployed or unemployable were mentored, coached, and assisted until they were ready, willing, and able to join the workforce. They were not already in the workforce.

            After they joined the workforce, the assistance continued, allowing them to stay gainfully employed. The 200 persons who were and still are at risk of losing their jobs are contributing between $3 million and $4 million a year to the economy, rather than being a net drain of $2 million to $3 million in disability income supports.

            However, the federal government's new design of the Canada job grant would not have room for such a system. The grant system is really designed for the big companies to get access to federal money to train and retrain their existing employees. The grants would assist those who are already employed rather than those who are not. It is a little counterintuitive.

            It would also be of little or no use to small and medium-sized enterprises. Those employers would find it difficult, if not impossible, to find the necessary funding to access the Canada job grants. They would not be able to spend the money to attract and keep disabled employees. It is not designed to do that.

            We are disappointed that the federal government could not be counted upon to provide the transitional funding to keep the 315 groups that have lost out. The little bit of temporary funding that the province came up with for 60 groups is a welcome respite for some, but the problem of the design of the program and the failure to reach agreement with the province does not bode well for the remaining groups, nor for the 60 whose existence hangs in the balance, including the Collaborative Partnership Network.

            • MPnews news Harper promène ses bailleurs de fonds - Express Montcalm
              En 2005, lorsque Stephen Harper siégeait dans l'opposition, il y était allé d'une grosse sortie contre les libéraux qui promenaient leurs bailleurs de fonds à travers le Canada dans les avions privés du premier ministre. Harper avait raison. C'était ...and more » read more
              Mar 27, 2014 9:22 pm> |
              • MPnews news Vos députées célèbrent la francophonie - Journal La Revue
                À l'occasion de la Journée internationale de la francophonie, qui se tenait le 20 mars, les députées fédérales de Montcalm et de Terrebonne-Blainville, respectivement Manon Perreault et Charmaine Borg, ont tenu à souligner l'événement. «Le Canada est ... read more
                Mar 25, 2014 10:55 am> |
                • MPnews news Manon Perreault cause pour l'égalité des femmes - Journal La Revue
                  Le 15 mars, l'Association NPD de Montcalm accueillait les citoyens au Café Allegro de Mascouche pour un déjeuner-causerie portant sur un sujet bien important pour la députée Manon Perreault: l'égalité pour les femmes. ... Les discussions ont notamment ... read more
                  Mar 18, 2014 12:39 pm> |
                  • MPnews news « Ce n'est qu'une question de temps » – Charmaine Borg - Journal La Revue
                    Son homologue de Montcalm, Manon Perreault, a pour sa part démenti le déficit dont se dit victime Postes Canada. «Ils se basent sur les résultats de 2011 alors qu'il y a eu un lock-out des employés cette année-là», a-t-elle soulevé. À l'instar de ... read more
                    Mar 11, 2014 11:26 am> |
                      • MPconblog BarryDevolin_MP 44 post Agricultural Growth Act

                        Order. The time provided for government business has now expired. The hon. member for Montcalm will have six minutes to finish her speech after question period.

                        • MPconblog bruce_stanton 43 post Canada Post

                          Order, please. The hon. member still has the floor. I would ask all of the hon. members who wish to continue their conversations to leave the House now.

                          The hon. member for Montcalm.

                          • MPndpblog Joe Comartin 101 post Business of Supply

                            Order. It is my duty pursuant to Standing Order 38 to inform the House that the questions to be raised tonight at the time of adjournment are as follows: the hon. member for Montcalm, Canada Post; the hon. member for Bonavista—Gander—Grand Falls—Windsor, The Environment; and the hon. member for Thunder Bay—Superior North, Veterans Affairs.

                            • MPnews news Les députées dénoncent les coupes à Postes Canada - Trait d'Union
                              Par l'entremise d'une lettre ouverte à l'attention du ministre de l'Emploi et du Développement social, Jason Kenney, la députée de Montcalm, Manon Perreault, réclame une annulation du vaste plan de compression récemment dévoilé par Postes Canada et ...and more » read more
                              Jan 09, 2014 2:19 pm> |
                              • MPnews news Les députées néodémocrates dénoncent les coupes à Postes Canada - Trait d'Union
                                Par l'entremise d'une lettre ouverte à l'attention du ministre de l'Emploi et du Développement social, Jason Kenney, la députée de Montcalm, Manon Perreault, réclame une annulation du vaste plan de compression récemment dévoilé par Postes Canada et ... read more
                                Jan 09, 2014 8:13 am> |
                                • MPnews news Manon Perreault interpelle le ministre de l'Emploi - Journal La Revue
                                  À la suite de l'annonce de Postes Canada de réduire les services postaux offerts au pays, la députée de Montcalm, Manon Perreault, a écrit au ministre de l'Emploi et du Développement social afin qu'il fasse pression sur ses collègues pour que soit ... read more
                                  Jan 07, 2014 11:51 am> |
                                  • MPnews news Octroi disponible pour « Le Canada en fête » - Express Montcalm
                                    Le bureau de la députée fédérale de Montcalm, Manon Perreault, est le centre des inscriptions en prévision d'un octroi du gouvernement fédéral pour les organismes communautaires concernant le déroulement, du 21 juin au 1er juillet, de « Canada en fête ... read more
                                    Jan 06, 2014 12:39 pm> |

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