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Official Languages committee  The problem is still headset availability. If they've been sent out to the witnesses, we can insist that they use them. The chair recently said that all members have to wear their headset. It's less of a problem for us now, but it's another story for the witnesses.

February 2nd, 2021Committee meeting

Charles Robert

Official Languages committee  As Mr. Aubé worked on this, he's the one who has the information to properly answer your question.

February 2nd, 2021Committee meeting

Charles Robert

Official Languages committee  It reports to Public Services and Procurement Canada.

February 2nd, 2021Committee meeting

Charles Robert

Official Languages committee  Thank you, Mr. Chair. I appreciate the invitation to address the committee in relation to its study on the “Challenges of the Parliamentary Interpretation Service in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic.” The role of the House Administration in the provision of interpretation se

February 2nd, 2021Committee meeting

Charles Robert

November 24th, 2020Committee meeting

Charles Robert

Procedure and House Affairs committee  Not to my knowledge.

November 24th, 2020Committee meeting

Charles Robert

Procedure and House Affairs committee  The answer would be none.

November 24th, 2020Committee meeting

Charles Robert

Procedure and House Affairs committee  Not per se. We have been careful about how we supervise our expenditures to make sure that we are able to provide the support and services that members need. Mr. Tochor, as you may realize, when we went into “hyper mode”, if you like, or warp speed to bring about the virtual and

November 24th, 2020Committee meeting

Charles Robert

Procedure and House Affairs committee  I think it would actually go to Stéphan Aubé.

November 24th, 2020Committee meeting

Charles Robert

Procedure and House Affairs committee  Okay. Can you hear me now?

November 24th, 2020Committee meeting

Charles Robert

Procedure and House Affairs committee  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Mr. Alghabra, the issue that comes up is the allocation of the resources that are available in addition to the health protocols that have to be followed when we move from one event to the other. On the committee side, for example, there has been a ramp-u

November 24th, 2020Committee meeting

Charles Robert

Procedure and House Affairs committee  Can you hear me now?

November 24th, 2020Committee meeting

Charles Robert

Procedure and House Affairs committee  All right. Again, I'm technology-challenged, so you have to bear with me. I don't think, in fact, there has been a significant turnover in the staff that you see at the table. There have been some retirements in recent months. There have been competitions to replace those people

November 24th, 2020Committee meeting

Charles Robert

Procedure and House Affairs committee  Yes, sir. That's right.

November 24th, 2020Committee meeting

Charles Robert

Procedure and House Affairs committee  I will give you a short answer and then turn it over to André, who is the deputy clerk of procedure. In fact, I think in the House of Commons, we have actually built quite a deep pool of talent. For recruitment purposes, we tend to select people from inside. In fact, it's a way t

November 24th, 2020Committee meeting

Charles Robert