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    • MPnews news Conservative riding head steps down after ties to Quebec far-right group revealed - CBC.ca
      NDP MP Alexandre Boulerice, who represents Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie's, told Radio-Canada, "It is very disturbing and I hope that the Conservative Party will take these revelations seriously. We are talking about an extreme right organization that is ... read more
      Jun 19, 2018 8:25 am> |
      • MPnews news Canadian Labour Congress linked to failed attempt to oust Mulcair - iPolitics.ca (subscription)
        Alexandre Boulerice, the high-profile MP for downtown Montreal riding of Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie, is said to have changed his mind, deciding to back Mulcair. In the end, few MPs spoke in favour of pushing Mulcair out of his leadership role. Erin ... read more
        Jun 16, 2017 12:25 pm> |
          • MPnews news NDP pushes for investigation into leaked Auditor General report - NorthumberlandView.ca (press release) (registration) (blog)
            “Canada's Auditor General is a respected Officer of Parliament with an impeccable reputation, attempts to undermine this institution must be rebuffed,” said NDP Ethics critic Alexandre Boulerice (Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie). “The intentional ... read more
            Dec 03, 2015 7:09 pm> |
                • MPnews news Spotlight on Montreal ridings: Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie - CBC.ca
                  But by 2011, his landslide victory by a 50 per cent margin in the previous election dissolved into a staggering loss – by 9,782 votes – to the NDP's Alexandre Boulerice. Boulerice, a former television journalist and union activist, will try and secure ... read more
                  Sep 29, 2015 10:08 am> |
                            • MPnews news Decision to end home delivery of mail a sham - NorthumberlandView.ca
                              Today, we received unequivocal proof, after it was revealed that they made nearly $200 million in profits this past year,” said NPD Canada Post critic, Alexandre Boulerice (Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie). As part of a vast overhaul of its services and ... read more
                              Mar 27, 2015 6:29 pm> |
                                • MPndpblog Claude Gravelle 100 post Petitions

                                  Mr. Speaker, I would like to present several copies of one petition to support my bill on dementia, Bill C-356. I have petitions from Brant, British Columbia, Ottawa, Ottawa—Orléans, Kitchener—Waterloo, Port Moody, South Surrey—White Rock, and Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie.

                                  Yesterday I held a press conference on my private member's bill that we are going to hear later today. One of the comments from the journalists was—

                                  • MPndpblog Claude Gravelle 265 post Rail Service Resumption Act, 2015

                                    Mr. Speaker, I want to thank my colleague from Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie for his excellent speech. He is doing a great job as the NDP labour critic.

                                    We just had a derailment in Nickel Belt, on Saturday night if I am not mistaken. I cannot say exactly what caused it at this point, because we do not know yet.

                                    However, there was also a derailment in western Canada just a few days ago. The young woman who was in charge of the train has been subjected to disciplinary measures. She said she did not receive any training. This is happening more and more. Companies like CN and CP are not required to train their employees because the government will protect those companies. Training comes with contract negotiations, which take a really long time.

                                    Right now in my riding, Nickel Belt, negotiations are under way with Vale. They began three months ago and will continue for another three or four months. However, the Conservatives are not giving the two parties a chance to negotiate.

                                    In his role as the NDP labour critic, I wonder if the member could talk about what we could do better, besides getting rid of the Conservatives in 2015.

                                    • MPconblog bruce_stanton 25 post Rail Service Resumption Act, 2015

                                      The hon. member for Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie.

                                      • MPndpblog Peter Julian 311 post Rail Service Resumption Act, 2015

                                        Mr. Speaker, as my colleague, the member for Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie, has said very eloquently, the issue of the right for collective negotiations is something we on this side of the House believe is fundamental. The Supreme Court, in its admonishment to the government a couple of weeks ago on the right to strike, has agreed with the idea that in a free democracy there should be the right to collective negotiations.

                                        This is a problem of the government's own making. We have seen steadily increasing incidences and accidents in rail safety. A number of organized men and women have come forward and said that one of the main aspects they have to tackle is the issue of crew fatigue. The incredibly archaic way that the crew schedules are sometimes put together means that they have to deal with crew fatigue.

                                        As we saw last night on the news, there are crews, who after working a shift for a number of hours are called back to work early in the morning after an hour's sleep. The issue of crew fatigue is something that most Canadians are aware of, and most Canadians understand that we need to have the utmost standards of rail safety. However, the government has done nothing to bring in regulations to govern working hours so that we can diminish crew fatigue, and it has done no review of the Rail Safety Act.

                                        Why has the government not acted on regulation, not acted on the Rail Safety Act, not acted to put in place the kind of regulation that would bring about a lower rate of accidents in a rail system, rather than a higher level?

                                        • MPnews news The NDP is urging Elections Canada to open an inquiry into Conservative Party ... - NorthumberlandView.ca
                                          ... by SNC-Lavalin employees were reimbursed by the company, it would constitute a violation of several provisions in the Elections Act,” wrote Official Opposition Ethics critic Alexandre Boulerice (Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie) in his letter to ... read more
                                          Dec 03, 2014 11:54 am> |

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The electoral district of Rosemont--La Petite-Patrie (Quebec) has a population of 105,864 with 82,037 registered voters and 212 polling divisions.

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