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Environment committee   where I live and that I represent, northwest B.C., climate change is disproportionately affecting first nations communities, as you well know, and that impacts wild salmon stocks, wildlife and so many other values. It's a fundamentally different kind of impact than a site-specific

June 16th, 2021Committee meeting

Taylor BachrachNDP

Environment committee  Against the backdrop of climate change, which is irreparable, the biggest challenge facing populations is definitely environmental justice. All impacts on all populations must be avoided. We have to work to avoid the impacts. The impacts are experienced on three levels. First

June 16th, 2021Committee meeting

Sylvain Gaudreault

Environment committee   will be voting in favour of amendment LIB‑2, because, as a priority, Canada needs to look at protecting people from climate change, pollution issues, health impacts, and all of the inequities that characterize its environmental work. But it's not Canada's job to examine what the provinces

June 21st, 2021Committee meeting

Monique PauzéBloc

Environment committee   plans and reports, but in terms of the legislation itself. I will conclude by quoting Lord Deben, who chairs the Committee on Climate Change in the United Kingdom. Lord Deben says that there must be nothing less than a constant reminder. We must hammer home the reality and point out

June 9th, 2021Committee meeting

Monique PauzéBloc

Environment committee  . Again, for the purposes of this bill, by default, it designates the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, thus, why Mr. Jeneroux was fixated on helping Minister Wilkinson. By creating several different roles, or by appointing to this advisory board, that creates more

June 7th, 2021Committee meeting

Dan AlbasConservative

Environment committee   on by cabinet so that everyone can kind of break down silos and get a whole-of-government approach would make for a better bill. We also believe that when Canadians think of their responsibility toward climate change, they think, “What is my government doing?”, whether it be federal

June 7th, 2021Committee meeting

Dan AlbasConservative

Environment committee  That's an important question, and I think good guidance for the committee to give the government in developing the national strategy. Place-based impacts are, as you say, very important and probably what comes to mind first, but certainly climate change has effects that fall

June 16th, 2021Committee meeting

Lisa Gue

Environment committee   of different communities, municipal governments, indigenous communities and the Black community she mentioned in Truro, for example. Where do you start? Ms. Gue, if you were in charge, where would you start? To me, if I were working for Environment and Climate Change Canada, that would

June 16th, 2021Committee meeting

Dan AlbasConservative

Environment committee  Thank you. I appreciate that. Again, I'm concerned that because this will go to Environment and Climate Change for them to consult on, it may not necessarily get the profile it needs to actually have the appropriate minister respond. The First Nations Health Authority

June 16th, 2021Committee meeting

Dan AlbasConservative

Environment committee   of waste-water pollution discharges. That is just some of the information compiled and analyzed on the risk and hazards from pollution and toxic substances. Other hazards, such as coastal flooding from climate change, are also available through EJSCREEN. Finding similar information

June 16th, 2021Committee meeting

Dr. Elaine MacDonald

Environment committee   the heads of 11 federal agencies, as well as the White House, to support a whole-of-government approach. The Canadian equivalent might be a permanent cabinet committee or inter-ministerial working group. Within the U.S. EPA, the equivalent to Environment and Climate Change Canada

June 16th, 2021Committee meeting

Lisa Gue

Environment committee   group critic both for the environment and the fight against climate change, and for energy. As you can appreciate, I was very interested in Bill C‑230, the legislation brought forward by Ms. Zann. Why? Because I am realizing that, in Quebec, as well as in the rest of Canada

June 16th, 2021Committee meeting

Sylvain Gaudreault

Environment committee   lags too far behind the United States...it could face repercussions” and, “It'll be quite obvious to the world who's really serious about climate change and who's taking half measures”. This government's one-man show approach is leaving Canada open to trade reprisals from the U.S

June 7th, 2021Committee meeting

Brad RedekoppConservative

Environment committee  Mr. Chair, I'm pleased to introduce an amendment to add a new paragraph to the preamble of the act. This paragraph states that the Government of Canada has international and national climate change reporting obligations and that it “wishes to improve transparency

June 9th, 2021Committee meeting

Yvan BakerLiberal

Environment committee  , for example. During that study, Corinne Le Quéré, the chair of France's High Council on Climate and a member of the Committee on Climate Change in the United Kingdom, clearly indicated that it would be desirable to have an independent commissioner. But she repeated that, in terms of Bill

June 9th, 2021Committee meeting

Monique PauzéBloc