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Transport committee  It's a great question and strikes to the heart of multiple priorities at Transport Canada departments. The short answer is yes, the dialogue is happening. It's certainly happening at the ministerial, prime ministerial, and I would say elected representative level, and it's happe

May 30th, 2018Committee meeting

Michael Keenan

Transport committee  I might turn that to the Canadian Transportation Agency.

May 30th, 2018Committee meeting

Michael Keenan

Transport committee  As the minister said today, we are working on a national zero-emission vehicle strategy with provincial governments and experts in the field. We have a number of partners and we're moving forward—we've committed to this publicly—and we are certainly trying to bring the national

May 30th, 2018Committee meeting

Michael Keenan

Transport committee  I would add one small comment before I turn it over to my colleague from the Canadian Transportation Agency. Very shortly after Bill C-49 received royal assent, Minister Garneau and the CEO of the Canadian Transportation Agency launched consultations on the details for the regul

May 30th, 2018Committee meeting

Michael Keenan

Transport committee  Excuse me. I'll turn it over to my colleague from the Canadian Transportation Agency.

May 30th, 2018Committee meeting

Michael Keenan

Transport committee  I may take the high-frequency rail here on the part of Transport Canada. Madam Chair, as the member implies in the question, the value proposition around high-frequency rail is to have a significant increase in the number of times the train goes between key cities in the Quebec

May 30th, 2018Committee meeting

Michael Keenan

Transport committee  It strikes me as a remarkable difference. I'd say emphatically yes, in environmental performance, in accessibility, in reliability. The plan is to replace the entire train sets, both the locomotives and the passenger cars. It's the single biggest investment in VIA rolling stock i

May 30th, 2018Committee meeting

Michael Keenan

Transport committee  I'm sorry. VIA Rail is managing the procurement, so I would defer to them.

May 30th, 2018Committee meeting

Michael Keenan

Transport committee  I'd defer to our colleagues from VIA Rail to answer that question.

May 30th, 2018Committee meeting

Michael Keenan

Transport committee  That's a very good question. We seek to be quite transparent in the civil aviation inspection program. There are some points of information that are confidential, where the confidentiality advances the inspection oversight program, but some of it needs to be public. We could get

March 21st, 2018Committee meeting

Michael Keenan

Transport committee  We will do that.

March 21st, 2018Committee meeting

Michael Keenan

Public Accounts committee  That's a great question, Mr. Chair. On the broad national trade corridors fund across the country, they're all partnership funds. On the broad programs, we would expect something like 3:1 or 4:1 ratios, where $1 of federal money unlocks $3 or $4 of total infrastructure build. U

October 3rd, 2017Committee meeting

Michael Keenan

Public Accounts committee  There has been money lapse in the past. I think in recent years, Ross, there really hasn't been much money lapse in ACAP, right?

October 3rd, 2017Committee meeting

Michael Keenan

Public Accounts committee  Mr. Chair, the government has defined a very clear plan in terms of investing in Canada with multiple elements of infrastructure programming. One of particular importance to the northern and remote communities is the national trade corridors fund, which has a very clear plan and

October 3rd, 2017Committee meeting

Michael Keenan

Public Accounts committee  It's a great question, Mr. Chair.

October 3rd, 2017Committee meeting

Michael Keenan