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Procedure and House Affairs committee  Under Bill C-23, the Fair Elections Act, advertising with respect to issues that are associated with a party is regulated under those provisions. So, yes, in law, they do fall under that definition, but we certainly don't aim at them in partisan terms. We discuss the substantive

June 7th, 2018Committee meeting

Chris Roberts

Procedure and House Affairs committee  Mr. Chair and committee members, good morning and thank you for the opportunity to appear before you today. I am here on behalf of the Canadian Labour Congress, Canada's largest labour central. The CLC is the voice on national and international issues for three million working p

June 7th, 2018Committee meeting

Chris Roberts

Human Resources committee  Yes very quickly. I think there's an enormous amount of research into the nature and the sources of the problem of demoralization and mental health challenges in the federal public service. I simply steer you to Professor Linda Duxbury, who has done a wealth of research in this

April 25th, 2018Committee meeting

Chris Roberts

Human Resources committee  I think they have in mind the amendment referred to by my colleagues from the Public Service Alliance of Canada with respect to a passage that's found in both Bill C-62 and the impugned unconstitutional legislation in Saskatchewan, which was addressed specifically by the Saskatch

April 25th, 2018Committee meeting

Chris Roberts

Human Resources committee  Thank you very much, Chair. Good afternoon, committee members. Thank you for the invitation to appear before you today. On behalf of the three million members of the Canadian Labour Congress, I want to thank the committee for the opportunity to present our views on Bill C-62. T

April 25th, 2018Committee meeting

Chris Roberts