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Environment committee  That's what I was getting at. I think if you're able to look at this question and say we're in quite a dilemma because people are getting affected. Climate change is occurring. It's real. We're all affected. We're all in this together. There are jurisdictions out there that need

November 24th, 2016Committee meeting

Chief Bill Erasmus

Environment committee   of some of the coal plants into biomass. In terms of air pollutants, a lot of the companies invested in retrofit technology way back in the late nineties and the early part of 2000. It's a little bit easier in terms of investing in air pollution technology, but on the climate change

November 24th, 2016Committee meeting

Channa Perera

Environment committee   different circumstances that every province has from the other ones. For example, the latest one, which we signed with Nova Scotia, addressed the needs of Nova Scotians and addressed the climate change there. It's built within the agreement, the ability to track the environmental outcome

November 24th, 2016Committee meeting

Ahmed Idriss

Environment committee   different reasons, put them as a top priority. In climate change, we don't put it as a second or a third priority, but as a top priority. It shows you it is certainly...and the organizations normally are a little conservative, because we don't want to say something that is not going

November 24th, 2016Committee meeting

Prof. Parisa A. Ariya

Environment committee   areas in mitigating climate change. I will keep my comments very brief, in the interests of time. I want to point out a few things. First of all, I think as we move forward to try to meet our international obligations under the Paris agreement, we will need to have biological

October 25th, 2016Committee meeting

Prof. Gary Bull

Environment committee   at the Schulich school of law at Dalhousie. My research interests are in environmental assessment, climate change, and environmental governance, including regulatory approaches. I haven't focused on CEPA in particular as a research priority, so my comments will be fairly high level

November 22nd, 2016Committee meeting

Dr. Meinhard Doelle

Environment committee  Thank you. My first question is for the members of the Native Women's Association of Canada. Earlier, you talked about the greater vulnerability of aboriginal women when it comes to climate change. I want to hear about this issue. In concrete terms, what takes place?

November 17th, 2016Committee meeting

Fran├žois ChoquetteNDP

Environment committee  It is just an observation. When I was listening to the presentation on asbestos, I was thinking about attending a conference a few months ago on heart disease. It was the first international conference on heart disease for women. As you know, heart disease affects women differe

November 17th, 2016Committee meeting

Verna McGregor

Environment committee  Lynne is the executive director. We have Verna McGregor, the environment and climate change project officer. Welcome. Thank you for being with us today. We have, from the Mikisew Cree First Nation, Melody....

November 17th, 2016Committee meeting

The ChairLiberal

Environment committee  . With me is Phil Thomas. Phil is one of the scientists who work for Environment and Climate Change Canada. He has done some studies that he is going to refer to at the end of the presentation, and he is going to assist me with some of the technical questions that we may have about

November 17th, 2016Committee meeting

Melody Lepine

Environment committee   operating on that land base, so that does change the context in which a particular region is thinking about how to best manage an issue. The other thing I would say is that a principle in risk management under CEPA, but with other acts as well, for us at Environment and Climate Change

November 15th, 2016Committee meeting

Virginia Poter

Environment committee  Thank you very much, Madam Chair. Thank you, colleagues and friends. My private member's Bill C-238 calls for a national strategy for the safe disposal of lamps containing mercury. Bill C-238 calls upon the Minister of Environment and Climate Change to work with the provinces

November 15th, 2016Committee meeting

Darren FisherLiberal

Environment committee   of Environment and Climate Change and the Minister of Health have obligations of mandatory duties for monitoring. Interestingly, there are two provisions: sections 45 and 55. Under section 45, the health minister actually has a mandatory duty to conduct research and studies when any

October 27th, 2016Committee meeting

Linda DuncanNDP

Environment committee   important bird areas in our homeland and have been surveying them for many years now. We would like to say a final word about climate change and protected areas. We are deeply concerned about climate change, and our people are calling on us to take action. We see the indigenous

October 18th, 2016Committee meeting

Chief Patricia Faries

Environment committee   agreement, Canada gave $22 billion over 10 years for climate change to non-industrialized countries. The Arctic should be considered a non-industrialized country. Climate change is affecting us today. When our sea oceans and our shorelines are eroding, we are flooding islands around

October 25th, 2016Committee meeting

Cathy Towtongie