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Evidence of meeting #76 for Justice and Human Rights in the 39th Parliament, 1st Session. (The original version is on Parliament’s site, as are the minutes.) The winning word was impaired.

A recording is available from Parliament.

On the agenda

MPs speaking

Also speaking

Brian Hodgson  Chair, Alcohol Test Committee, Canadian Society of Forensic Science
Shirley Treacy  Chair, Drugs and Driving Committee, Canadian Society of Forensic Science
Douglas Beirness  Manager, Research and Policy, Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse
Tamra Thomson  Director, Legislation and Law Reform, Canadian Bar Association
Mitchell MacLeod  Executive Member, National Criminal Justice Section, Canadian Bar Association
Louise Dehaut  member, Alcohol Test Committee, Canadian Society of Forensic Science
Jacques Lecavalier  Associate, Research and Policy, Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse

11 a.m.

Liberal

Derek Lee Liberal Scarborough—Rouge River, ON

This is probably not the right time to make these decisions, on the run like this. I'm going to recommend that if there is a need or it's desirable to have one or more of the witnesses return, then we take that up at the steering committee and make the decision there and bring it back to the full committee at the earliest possible date.

11 a.m.

Conservative

The Chair Conservative Art Hanger

I'm going to excuse the witnesses at this point. Should there be any change, you'll be advised.

I want to thank you for your presentations, especially you, Mr. Hodgson, for bringing the Intoxilyzer. I'd like to thank you for your time and the demonstration.

We'll suspend for one minute.

11:05 a.m.

Conservative

The Chair Conservative Art Hanger

Do we have a motion for adjournment?

11:05 a.m.

An hon. member

So moved.

11:05 a.m.

Conservative

The Chair Conservative Art Hanger

The meeting is adjourned.