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Environment committee  Just further on that, I think you will agree that there is no one silver bullet that is going to solve the climate change problem. Given the investments we're making in public transit, innovation, green technology, infrastructure in general, in particular water and waste water

March 27th, 2018Committee meeting

Mike BossioLiberal

Environment committee  I can't comment on the U.S. situation, but I would say that I was surprised at how few departments had done full, comprehensive assessments of climate change risks within their mandate and their provision of services to Canadians. We found that only five out of 19 departments

March 27th, 2018Committee meeting

Julie Gelfand

Environment committee  Further to that, as the minister noted earlier, the first strategic assessment will be on climate change and how, in terms of guidance to project proponents in consideration of project reviews, addressing our Paris commitments and the pan-Canadian framework will be considered—

March 22nd, 2018Committee meeting

Stephen Lucas

Environment committee  , the mitigation measures that are in place to reduce the project's impact, and Canada's ability to meet its environmental obligations and climate change commitments. We think that these are critically important. Also important, as we've mentioned repeatedly, is transparency. When we make

March 22nd, 2018Committee meeting

Catherine McKennaLiberal

Environment committee   of Natural Resources say that he was happy to sit down with the Minister of Environment and Climate Change. I completely agree with that approach. Now, beyond the approach and the image, we must work together to attain concrete results. Madam Minister, in your presentation, you said

March 22nd, 2018Committee meeting

Joël GodinConservative

Environment committee  . There is provincial jurisdiction. We certainly recognize that, as a federal government, we need to be working with provinces and territories. We have announced that we will be conducting the first strategic assessment on climate change. We've been very clear that we need to meet our international

March 22nd, 2018Committee meeting

Catherine McKennaLiberal

Environment committee  —proposed by the Canadian energy regulator will be subject to an impact assessment, so Canada's climate change commitments will be considered in the impact assessment of major pipeline and energy transmission projects.

March 22nd, 2018Committee meeting

Jim CarrLiberal

Environment committee  Minister, the question was very simple. Do you acknowledge that a gap exists between Canada's climate change targets under the Paris agreement and where we're on track to end up right now?

March 22nd, 2018Committee meeting

Ed FastConservative

Environment committee   in respect of climate change”. You're well aware that both the Auditor General and the United Nations have highlighted the fact that right now Canada is not on track to meet its greenhouse gas emission targets under the Paris agreement. Ms. McKenna, do you acknowledge that that gap

March 22nd, 2018Committee meeting

Ed FastConservative

Environment committee   matter in front of what audience, our message was always the same, the message that we're delivering this morning. I think it is a powerful message that Canadians see the Minister of Natural Resources and the Minister of the Environment and Climate Change sharing the same table

March 22nd, 2018Committee meeting

Jim CarrLiberal

Environment committee  Thank you, Madam Chair, vice-chairs, honourable members. Good morning. It is my pleasure to join you today to discuss the 2017-18 supplementary estimates (C) and the 2018-19 interim estimates for Environment and Climate Change Canada, or ECCC. My name is Doug McConnachie

March 1st, 2018Committee meeting

Douglas McConnachie

Environment committee   Assessment Agency provides evidence-based environmental assessments that protect the environment, foster economic growth, and serve the interest of Canadians. We support the Minister of Environment and Climate Change in carrying out her responsibilities by conducting environmental

March 1st, 2018Committee meeting

Alan Kerr

Environment committee  Thank you very much, Madam Chair and members, for this great opportunity to address you today on what our industry feels is society's greatest challenge, which is the fight against climate change and how we tackle that through reducing greenhouse gases from the industry building

February 13th, 2018Committee meeting

Michael McSweeney

Environment committee  Thank you very much for the clarification. Very quickly, there is an official from Environment and Climate Change Canada who is part of the board of directors and assists in those decisions, where value-for-money propositions are assessed on a case-by-case basis. Thank you.

March 1st, 2018Committee meeting

Douglas McConnachie

Environment committee   anticipating additional natural disasters like fires, particularly in British Columbia where I'm from, because climate change is not going way? Secondly, they announced that people aged 17 and under will have free entrance to parks, and so this is perhaps more a budget question

March 1st, 2018Committee meeting

Wayne StetskiNDP