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Procedure and House Affairs committee  Standing Order 119 states that: Any Member of the House who is not a member of a standing, special or legislative committee, may, unless the House or the committee concerned otherwise orders, take part in the public proceedings of the committee, but may not vote or move any mot

September 21st, 2017Committee meeting

The Clerk

Procedure and House Affairs committee  When we speak of in camera sessions, I'll read from Chapter 20 of O'Brien and Bosc, page 1077: Neither the public nor the media is permitted at in camera meetings, and there is no broadcasting of the proceedings. Usually, only the committee members, the committee staff and invi

September 21st, 2017Committee meeting

The Clerk

September 21st, 2017Committee meeting

The Clerk

Procedure and House Affairs committee  Honourable members, pursuant to Standing Order 106(2) the first vice-chair must be a member of the official opposition. I'm now prepared to receive motions for the first vice-chair. Mr. Simms.

September 21st, 2017Committee meeting

The Clerk of the Committee

Procedure and House Affairs committee  It has been moved by Mr. Simms that Scott Reid be elected first vice-chair of the committee. Are there any further motions? Is it the pleasure of the committee to adopt this motion? (Motion agreed to)

September 21st, 2017Committee meeting

The Clerk

Procedure and House Affairs committee  Following changes to the Standing Orders, parliamentary secretaries were added to the committee as non-voting members. They have all the rights and privileges of a regular committee member, save for the right to vote and to move motions, and they are not counted for the purposes

September 21st, 2017Committee meeting

The Clerk

September 21st, 2017Committee meeting

The Clerk

Procedure and House Affairs committee  The Standing Orders do permit that.

September 21st, 2017Committee meeting

The Clerk

Procedure and House Affairs committee  The memo that was distributed to all members is a standard memo that all committees distribute as soon as a bill is referred in order to give members as much time as possible to prepare any amendments they may want to propose. It doesn't have any bearing on how the committee wish

June 20th, 2017Committee meeting

The Clerk of the Committee

Procedure and House Affairs committee  I think there have been occasions when committees have decided to move quite quickly when it comes to bills, and there have been times when, on a Tuesday, a committee decides to do clause-by-clause on a Thursday. In order to give members as much warning as possible, we send the m

June 20th, 2017Committee meeting

The Clerk

Procedure and House Affairs committee  That's right. It's 42: Ford Prefect.

March 21st, 2017Committee meeting

Lloyd Longfield

Procedure and House Affairs committee  We're turning off the cameras.

March 21st, 2017Committee meeting

The Clerk

March 21st, 2017Committee meeting

The Clerk of the Committee

Procedure and House Affairs committee  Dissolution means the end of a parliament, so it would be from one parliament to the other.

December 8th, 2016Committee meeting

The Clerk of the Committee

November 17th, 2016Committee meeting

The Clerk of the Committee