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Question Period - December 7, 1995


1st Session—35th Parliament

Paul Martin (Minister of Finance) responds to inquiries about the federal deficit and proposed changes to old-age pensions and Unemployment Insurance; Prime Minister Jean Chrétien is asked about proposals for the renewal of the Canadian federation, including the recognition of Quebec as a distinct society; and Michel Dupuy (Minister of Communications) replies to concerns about CBC/Radio-Canada news coverage of the October 30, 1995, Quebec referendum on sovereignty.


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