It's great to have you both.
Today we're proceeding with our clause-by-clause study of Bill S-201, an act to prohibit and prevent genetic discrimination.
From the Department of Justice today we have Laurie Sargent with us. Laurie, I'm not going to use your huge title today. You've been here enough times that everybody knows you now. We're joined by Élène Bérubé, by Peter Monette, by Lori Straznicki—and it's always good to have a second Lori here—and Barbara Moran.
Welcome to all of you. You're here to answer our questions with respect to anything that we have as we go through clause-by-clause review. Members of the committee can feel free to call upon you if they have questions or clarifications. Again thank you very much for being here.
Ladies and gentlemen, we're going to proceed to the bill.
Our first item is going to be clause 2, which is the interpretation clause.
Does anyone have any amendments they wish to propose to clause 2?
Not hearing any, I will then move to the vote on clause 2.
(Clause 2 agreed to)
(Clauses 3 to 5 inclusive agreed to)
(On clause 6)
Mr. Falk has presented an amendment to clause 6.