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International Trade committee  Good. Does anybody wish to add to that?

April 9th, 2019Committee meeting

Terry SheehanLiberal

International Trade committee  I was surprised that during question period today there weren't any questions asked about the canola issue, given that it was so important. I agree with you, and I hope this will be raised.

April 9th, 2019Committee meeting

Terry SheehanLiberal

International Trade committee  We also talked about the need for action as it relates to planting and growing canola—and that is an option. The farmers want to go forward with that process. Explain to me how long it takes to grow and then after that—I'm from northern Ontario, and we have farmers around in vari

April 9th, 2019Committee meeting

Terry SheehanLiberal

International Trade committee  Thank you very much. I'll pick up where Jean-Marc made the comment. I mentioned this last week when we had the ministers here with some officials. We know that Canada is exporting $2.7 billion—I think that was the number you used—to China. Canada is also exporting to other mark

April 9th, 2019Committee meeting

Terry SheehanLiberal

International Trade committee  Did anybody else get any kind of indicator, for the record?

April 9th, 2019Committee meeting

Terry SheehanLiberal

International Trade committee  What about those of you here by video conference?

April 9th, 2019Committee meeting

Terry SheehanLiberal

International Trade committee  Thank you. It's important to get this on record. I appreciate that everyone's on board with the science-based approach. I think the working group is an excellent idea, with members here today exploring various avenues. You mentioned what you couldn't say as a result of the meet

April 9th, 2019Committee meeting

Terry SheehanLiberal

International Trade committee  Canada exports $2.7 billion in canola to China, but we also export $1.3 billion to Japan and almost $700 million to Mexico. Have Japan or Mexico raised any issues with canola from Canada?

April 2nd, 2019Committee meeting

Terry SheehanLiberal

International Trade committee  Nothing at all?

April 2nd, 2019Committee meeting

Terry SheehanLiberal

International Trade committee  So they feel that our canola's safe and it's good for them to consume and they're going along regularly?

April 2nd, 2019Committee meeting

Terry SheehanLiberal

International Trade committee  I guess that highlights and underlines our position with our science-based approach that everything's all right. Is it possible to get some backing from Japan and Mexico in this discussion at this time?

April 2nd, 2019Committee meeting

Terry SheehanLiberal

International Trade committee  Probably they don't want to bother, but I think it's important to highlight and underline that they see our canola products as the great products they are, and these continue to flow. The last question I have—and I know the chair said I only had a little time—is what is the valu

April 2nd, 2019Committee meeting

Terry SheehanLiberal

April 2nd, 2019Committee meeting

Terry SheehanLiberal

International Trade committee  Minister Carr, you mentioned that this isn't the first time this particular issue has come up. As soon as you mentioned that, I remembered that when I was in high school the minister of trade, Jim Kelleher, spoke to us. There was a particular country that had basically barred an

April 2nd, 2019Committee meeting

Terry SheehanLiberal

April 2nd, 2019Committee meeting

Terry SheehanLiberal