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Environment committee  I'm not sure what you mean by “that level of oversight”. We currently have a grant program that has a fairly high level of oversight as it is. We do certification to help protect—

October 17th, 2017Committee meeting

Joëlle Montminy

Environment committee  No, we don't have that.

October 17th, 2017Committee meeting

Joëlle Montminy

Environment committee  What Mr. Van Loan was probably referring to is just the normal administrative process of applying for a grant, and the review process, and the certification that comes with this, whereas a tax credit is automatic. If you meet the criteria, you apply and you will receive the benef

October 17th, 2017Committee meeting

Joëlle Montminy

Environment committee  Some shortcomings could be addressed, but there might be other things that are more significant to fix.

October 17th, 2017Committee meeting

Joëlle Montminy

Environment committee  The Canadian register is a provincial, territorial, and federal collaboration. It's not mandatory for the other partners to provide the information in the Canadian register.

October 17th, 2017Committee meeting

Joëlle Montminy

Environment committee  Provincial and territorial; municipal is under provincial—

October 17th, 2017Committee meeting

Joëlle Montminy

Environment committee  We continue to strongly encourage our partners to share the information, but short of making it mandatory, we cannot guarantee 100% success in having a fully complete register.

October 17th, 2017Committee meeting

Joëlle Montminy

Environment committee  Yes. We are saying that the tool would have to be complete in order to serve as the basis for eligibility.

October 17th, 2017Committee meeting

Joëlle Montminy

Environment committee  What we're saying as well is that tax incentives are potentially good financial measures, but our view is that it has to be looked at in a broader context with all other financial measures. No single financial measure will be sufficient to address issues with respect to the prese

October 17th, 2017Committee meeting

Joëlle Montminy

Environment committee  That's a fact.

October 17th, 2017Committee meeting

Joëlle Montminy

Environment committee  If it's looked at in the context of all other things available, and it relies on accountability tools that are ready to be implemented, it can be one measure amongst many that can be useful.

October 17th, 2017Committee meeting

Joëlle Montminy

Environment committee  Yes. I spoke to the standards and guidelines, and the reliance on the guidelines with respect to how the work has to be conducted. In the certification process there are also challenges.

October 17th, 2017Committee meeting

Joëlle Montminy

Environment committee  I think what we're saying is that the bill makes reference to accountability tools and refers to the Canadian register. We're saying that if the sites or buildings that would be eligible for the tax incentive are supposed to be those designated currently under the register, that

October 17th, 2017Committee meeting

Joëlle Montminy

Environment committee  We've appeared before to present a number of those potential measures. As you know, we currently have a cost-sharing program which has proven to be effective. As we discussed here, this program was increased in budget 2016 to $10 million a year and, even at that level, it is ov

October 17th, 2017Committee meeting

Joëlle Montminy

Environment committee  Yes, thank you very much. Madam Chair, members of the committee, thank you for this opportunity to discuss Parks Canada's perspective on Bill C-323. Bill C-323 would create a tax credit for the rehabilitation of historic properties. While its objective is worthwhile, there are

October 17th, 2017Committee meeting

Joëlle Montminy