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Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee  I think the challenge, Mike, is that the inspectors may be telling the chief and council what to do, but a lot of chiefs and councils don't even have that framework, such as building codes and building bylaws. For example, if Keith walks into a community and sees that something

November 9th, 2017Committee meeting

John Kiedrowski

Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee  Well, he would help in terms of education.

November 9th, 2017Committee meeting

John Kiedrowski

Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee  I see a fire marshal being quite positive. I've talked with Richard and Blaine on this issue on many occasions. The real challenge is this whole authority having jurisdiction. If you take the concept of the authority having jurisdiction, any fire deaths or fire injuries as a resu

November 9th, 2017Committee meeting

John Kiedrowski

Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee  We've had input from him on the discussions, so we probably all know what's happening there.

November 9th, 2017Committee meeting

John Kiedrowski

Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee  I would suggest inspections of renovated buildings in first nation communities. That's really where the death traps are, and it's not being done.

November 9th, 2017Committee meeting

John Kiedrowski

Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee  On a project base we get $100,000.

November 9th, 2017Committee meeting

John Kiedrowski

Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee  One of the issues facing fire codes in first nations is the role of authority having jurisdiction. For example, the City of Ottawa is the authority for any construction that takes place within its boundaries, and that includes a number of inspections. You have to apply for buildi

November 9th, 2017Committee meeting

John Kiedrowski