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Environment committee   at all the economic impacts of the government's climate change policies?

October 31st, 2017Committee meeting

Ed FastConservative

Environment committee  Did you examine at all the economic impacts of the government's climate change policies?

October 31st, 2017Committee meeting

Ed FastConservative

Environment committee  In our audit, we did acknowledge that Environment and Climate Change Canada worked quite collaboratively with the provinces and territories in establishing the Vancouver declaration as well as the pan-Canadian framework. The collaboration and input of all the provinces do make

October 31st, 2017Committee meeting

Julie Gelfand

Environment committee   to make it more competitive with fossil-based energy. Would you not agree that in trying to bring forward a multi-faceted plan, there's no silver bullet? No one option, I think, is going to solve the climate change reductions that we're looking to achieve by 2030. Would you agree

October 31st, 2017Committee meeting

Mike BossioLiberal

Environment committee  That's a great question that actually impacts our work. We are trying to figure out when to start auditing elements of the plan. How much time should we give the department to start putting this stuff into action? At this point, we don't plan on auditing climate change again

October 31st, 2017Committee meeting

Julie Gelfand

Environment committee  I have another question, so maybe I'll go to that. These are your words: We found that Environment and Climate Change Canada improved its reporting on projected greenhouse gas emissions. It more clearly outlined key assumptions, and it changed its projections to better reflect

October 31st, 2017Committee meeting

Mike BossioLiberal

Environment committee  , the architecture, and environmental considerations. As a final step, the Minister of the Environment and Climate Change Canada is responsible for approving the heritage designation of federal buildings. As you can see, there are many factors at play that PSPC as an organization must consider

October 19th, 2017Committee meeting

Kevin Radford

Environment committee  It is true that the Parks Canada Agency is responsible for built heritage, under the Minister of the Environment and Climate Change, Ms. McKenna. I think built heritage is in the right place, and for good reasons, historically speaking. On the other hand, a minister's

October 19th, 2017Committee meeting

Genevieve Charrois

Environment committee   with subject and moving towards object. I raise that specifically in relation to issues of climate change. There is an effect of climate change that will be affecting cultural heritage and cultural practice profoundly. The change in the movement of herds—caribou, for example, where I am

October 5th, 2017Committee meeting

Lisa Prosper

Environment committee   with the Minister of Environment and Climate Change. I think it's well beyond my station to comment on the appropriateness of that, but I would simply observe that the way Parks Canada Agency is organized is that there are a number of directorates, and each has an equal place at the executive

October 5th, 2017Committee meeting

Norman Shields

Environment committee  Thank you very much, Madam Chair. On behalf of ICOMOS Canada, I would like to thank the committee for initiating this important study. We believe it is timely to address this subject, because it is about protecting a human right, addressing the challenges of climate change

September 21st, 2017Committee meeting

Christophe Rivet

Environment committee   decided to go after environmental charities, and they chose as their weapon the Canada Revenue Agency, threatening to take away charitable status from groups that were very strong proponents of climate change issues. Many of these groups also deal with our environmental heritage

October 3rd, 2017Committee meeting

Robert Eisenberg

Environment committee   why this is important. I want to remind you that the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which is the global authority on climate change, has been clear in expressing how important existing buildings are when it comes to reaching carbon targets. Heritage buildings

September 26th, 2017Committee meeting

Mark Brandt

Environment committee  I don't think we have this information right now. We are currently conducting some kind of an assessment, trying to understand the impact of climate change on the conservation of our cultural resources. We are just in the early days of doing that, so I wouldn't have a percentage

September 19th, 2017Committee meeting

Joëlle Montminy

Environment committee   business. Why would a parliamentary committee be concerned with the state of historic places in Canada? I think there are lots of great reasons. For a start, there is the potential for positive impacts on climate change. Canada's buildings are the third-largest greenhouse gas emitting

September 19th, 2017Committee meeting

Natalie Bull