Thank you, Mr. Chair.
I understand there's going to be a motion coming forward to potentially adjourn. I just wanted to address a couple of things for clarification to ensure that we're clear on where we're headed here in terms of the next meeting.
As the members of the committee know, we put forward ahead of time, in kind of an unprecedented way, a series of potential amendments based on some of the discussions and the witness testimony that we'd heard early on. We had a discussion on this just about two weeks ago today.
Since then, we've all put forward various amendments. I wanted, just for clarification, to highlight what our approach to this has been. We were taking a look at adding five amendments to the ones we had talked about and that were presented in the package we'd given to committee members. The five amendments are pretty minor in scope, but I'll just quickly go through them for the benefit of the members of the committee just to clarify in case there was some misunderstanding.
The amendments that we were taking a look at potentially adding in were fairly minor. There was one to do with PIPEDA, in clause 78, that was going to be put forward on changing PIPEDA. It was just a minor change to the way that had been proposed by the officials in the package that we'd handed out.
There was a second amendment in clause 12 to address an issue that Madam Coady brought up, to do with routing, and that had been brought up by a prominent Canadian company in concern with that issue. It would basically divide clause 12 into two sections and address that issue. I'm sure the officials will be ready to explain that.
There was a third one that would provide some consistency in the way automatic updates were treated in terms of grandfathering in comparison with e-mails.
The fourth one was to deal with clause 10, the way automatic updating would work, and give some clarification to that.
The final change was actually a series of changes having to do with the CRTC and the way they would be enabled to assist other jurisdictions.
Those are the five additional components. They're probably fairly familiar to most of the members of the committee, from testimony that we've heard.
There were three other changes that I wanted to bring to the attention of our committee members just briefly, especially for the purposes of those who might be watching the hearings, given that the meeting might adjourn. I wanted to make sure this was mentioned on the record. Those three would be to deal with subclause 6(5.1), paragraphs (g) and (h), which deal with the issues of surveys and self-governing associations. What we've decided to do is to not move those amendments, to remove those portions of the amendments that we were talking about. So just to be clear, we would not be moving any amendments to this bill in the area of surveys and self-governing organizations.
The other one was to do with referrals, so it affects three other areas. We decided, after the hearings last Wednesday and after consideration, not to move amendments having to do with referrals or to put those in. So in terms of those packages that members of the committee might have had, on any reference to referrals, we will not be moving those amendments, just to be clear.
If I can just look to the officials for a quick second, I want to make sure that I got all of that correct, because I want to make sure everybody's clear on this understanding if we go out of here, if we do wind up adjourning.
First of all, I've correctly summarized the changes from that original package you gave us?