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Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee  If this amendment were to be adopted, it would create an inconsistency in the bill, because you would have a term that would be defined, but not used, in the bill. That would create an inconsistency and, therefore, that makes the amendment inadmissible.

May 28th, 2019Committee meeting

The Clerk

Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee  The amendment, once amended, would read as such: “The placement of a child under subsection (1) must take into account the customs and traditions of Indigenous peoples, such as with regard to customary adoption.”

May 28th, 2019Committee meeting

The Clerk

Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee  I'm not sure what the question is.

May 28th, 2019Committee meeting

The Clerk

Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee  It was one word, and this is a bit more extensive. It's just to make sure that I have the whole subamendment all together.

May 28th, 2019Committee meeting

The Clerk

Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee  The mover cannot amend his or her own amendment, but somebody else can.

May 28th, 2019Committee meeting

The Clerk

Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee  If PV-14 is adopted, you will not be able to deal with the two others. but if it's defeated, then we will go to IND-5. Also, if IND-5 is adopted, the same principle will apply, and NDP-13 will fall.

May 28th, 2019Committee meeting

The Clerk

Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee  PV-13 is identical to your amendment. The committee has already decided once on the amendment, so there's no need to move it twice because the committee cannot pronounce itself twice on the same question.

May 28th, 2019Committee meeting

The Clerk

Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee  I don't know. The principle would be the following. It's better to amend the bill first and then add a new word in the bill undefined. If the courts want to define the term maltreatment afterwards, it's up to the courts. Rather than having a definition added to the bill and the

May 28th, 2019Committee meeting

The Clerk

Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee  The committee adopted a routine motion about three and a half years ago for independents, and all amendments proposed by independents are deemed moved. Even though they are not present in the room, their amendments are going to be put to the question.

May 28th, 2019Committee meeting

Philippe Méla

April 4th, 2019Committee meeting

The Clerk of the Committee

Canadian Heritage committee  If you want to propose amendment 10.1, it would become the new clause 24.1.

March 18th, 2019Committee meeting

Philippe Méla

Canadian Heritage committee  It's the same thing.

March 18th, 2019Committee meeting

Philippe Méla

Canadian Heritage committee  No. It's deemed to be moved.

March 18th, 2019Committee meeting

Philippe Méla

Canadian Heritage committee  It would be in paragraph (b) of amendment PV-2, replacing lines 35 and 36 on page 4 with the following: “tural activities—including language nest, mentorship and immersion programs—to increase the number of new speakers of indigenous languages, to create new speakers, including”—

March 18th, 2019Committee meeting

Philippe Méla

Canadian Heritage committee  I can read it if you like.

March 18th, 2019Committee meeting

Philippe Méla