I'm going to call this meeting to order as members take their places.
This is the 107th meeting of the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration. We are continuing and perhaps even concluding our study of the Immigration and Refugee Board's appointment, training, and complaint processes.
I want to thank Ms. King, who is the Registrar at the Justices of the Peace Review Council in Ontario, for joining us today.
I'm sure you've been told the background to this. We've been looking at training and the process of appointments. In looking at the complaints process in particular, we recognize the difference between judicial bodies, quasi-judicial bodies, and administrative law bodies, etc. We were looking at the different systems of complaint processes that could inform our examination of the current system at the IRB.
Thank you very much. You're our only witness today. To give you a bit of a breakdown, we'll probably take about 45 minutes, hear a presentation from you, and then questions from both sides of the House. We'll see where we're at from there.
You can take it away with an opening statement of up to seven minutes.