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Question Period

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Question Period - November 8, 1995


1st Session—35th Parliament

Marcel Massé (Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs) faces questions about the government’s announcement that it will establish a cabinet committee to study national unity in the aftermath of the October 30, 1995, Quebec referendum on sovereignty; David M. Collenette (Minister of National Defence) responds to allegations that Canada’s chief of defence staff misused public funds; and Jesse P. Flis (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Foreign Affairs) is asked about Canada’s position on a United Nations resolution seeking a stop to nuclear weapon tests.


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