Okay. I'll explain it all.
Clause 301 of Bill C-97 amends the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. Amendment CPC-12 seeks to amend the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations, not the act.
As House and Commons Procedure and Practice, third edition, states on page 771,
...an amendment is inadmissible if it proposes to amend a statute that is not before the committee or a section of the parent Act, unless the latter is specifically amended by a clause of the bill.
Since the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations are not being amended by Bill C-97, it is therefore the opinion of the chair that the amendment is inadmissible.
Shall clause 301 carry?
You want a recorded vote.
(Clause 301 agreed to: yeas 5; nays 4 [See Minutes of Proceedings])
(On clause 302)
On clause 302, we have amendment CPC-13.
Tom, the floor is yours.