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Environment committee   fully implemented across Canada, would have on greenhouse gas emissions. She was either unable or unwilling to say. In your work with the provinces in auditing progress under the federal government's climate change plan, have you been able to identify whether any work has been done

March 27th, 2018Committee meeting

Ed FastConservative

Environment committee  As I told you, in our audit, we found that 14 departments had not conducted a full assessment of the risks associated with their mandates, and Environment and Climate Change Canada was one of them.

March 27th, 2018Committee meeting

Julie Gelfand

Environment committee  Normally, Environment and Climate Change Canada should be among the five departments because it must lead by example. Was it close to being among the five departments or was it at the back of the pack?

March 27th, 2018Committee meeting

Joël GodinConservative

Environment committee  Environment and Climate Change Canada developed the framework explaining how the departments should conduct their risk assessments. The department held meetings with the other departments, but it did not complete its own risk assessment.

March 27th, 2018Committee meeting

Julie Gelfand

Environment committee   prominently in your speaking notes. Of course, we haven't had a chance to read the entire report yet. I'm sure it's not all roses in Nova Scotia; however, it's nice to see that my home province seems to be taking climate change and climate action very seriously. I'm thinking provincially

March 27th, 2018Committee meeting

Darren FisherLiberal

Environment committee  What I can tell you, is that Quebec was a partner, but that the province did not do a new climate change assessment.

March 27th, 2018Committee meeting

Julie Gelfand

Environment committee   represents 23% of the population, and perhaps a little more in terms of territory. I would like you to explain something. Exhibit 6 says: The federal government began to make progress under the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change. Saying “began to make” is vague

March 27th, 2018Committee meeting

Joël GodinConservative

Environment committee  As I said, we found that 5 departments out of 19 had done full climate change risk assessments. That is the issue here. There were 14 departments that did not complete one. They started the work, but they did not complete it.

March 27th, 2018Committee meeting

Julie Gelfand

Environment committee  I would like to go back to that. Earlier, I said that 63% of federal departments had not done the work, but in fact, it is 73% of them. So 73% of federal departments did not do climate change risk assessments. That means that three quarters of all federal departments have

March 27th, 2018Committee meeting

Joël GodinConservative

Environment committee  In your presentation, you said that even Environment and Climate Change Canada had unfortunately not led by example. How can we explain the government's ongoing claims that it will now be a green government, that it will establish active practices to be more conscientious

March 27th, 2018Committee meeting

Joël GodinConservative

Environment committee   different names in different countries. Many, I presume, are working on issues related to climate change. Can you describe for me the nature of the collaboration that is ongoing and say whether or not there are opportunities for further engagement of yourselves, as our Canadian

March 27th, 2018Committee meeting

William AmosLiberal

Environment committee   could work on something collaboratively. I don't think anybody expected that we'd get everybody in the tent on such a big piece of work, on climate change. I think that encouraging auditors general to do more collaboration is something that parliamentarians can do. It would require

March 27th, 2018Committee meeting

Julie Gelfand

Environment committee  Quebec's Office of the Auditor General decided not to carry out an audit because it had already done some for climate change. For more information, you would have to ask Quebec's Office of the Auditor General. They were partners, but not participants.

March 27th, 2018Committee meeting

Julie Gelfand

Environment committee  You also stated in your presentation that 5 out of 19 federal departments had carried out a climate change risk assessment. That therefore means that 63% of federal departments have not done their job.

March 27th, 2018Committee meeting

Joël GodinConservative

Environment committee  In fact, 14 out of 19 federal departments had not done a comprehensive assessment of the risks associated with climate change.

March 27th, 2018Committee meeting

Julie Gelfand