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Industry committee  Whatever happened with the motion last year—I looked at the record and I wasn't there for it—we are under a directive of the House. I think it's incumbent upon us to act seriously on it. To Michael's comments before, I have a large rural riding that's quite a bit bigger than Wel

May 9th, 2019Committee meeting

David GrahamLiberal

Industry committee  It has to be guided in the right direction. If furthering competition is the main objective, but there is no access to the service, we have accomplished nothing. Zero is still zero. We can't support competition until there are at least two service providers. Even if there were o

May 9th, 2019Committee meeting

David GrahamLiberal

Industry committee  There are steps before we reach the 100% target; we are aiming for 90% by 2022, and 95% by 2026. The last segment of 5% by 2030 will probably be the most difficult to attain. Is that correct?

May 9th, 2019Committee meeting

David GrahamLiberal

Industry committee  Fine. Thank you for working so hard on this file, Mr. Amos. I will give the minute I have left to Mr. Longfield.

May 9th, 2019Committee meeting

David GrahamLiberal

Industry committee  Thank you, Mr. Amos, for guiding us in the right direction on the matter of cellular services. At 7:00 a.m. this morning I took part in an interview with Ghislain Plourde, from CIME FM, to discuss your motion. I think it's extremely important. Since our meeting in the beginnin

May 9th, 2019Committee meeting

David GrahamLiberal

Industry committee  Should we be looking for regulatory solutions, and not just financial ones? We will not have access to the paging system either after June 30. It will no longer exist. We will no longer be able to call our first responders to have them respond to emergencies on the ground. This

May 9th, 2019Committee meeting

David GrahamLiberal

Industry committee  I move that we approve and report back the supplementary estimates (B) at this time.

January 31st, 2019Committee meeting

David de Burgh Graham

Industry committee  The reason I want to ask about all this is to tie it back to a rising movement, especially in the U.S., called right to repair. I'm sure you're familiar with that as well. You're aware of the John Deere case. Are there any comments on that and how we can tie that into copyright,

December 10th, 2018Committee meeting

David de Burgh Graham

Industry committee  I had a couple of questions going back to the beginning, so it's less exciting.

December 10th, 2018Committee meeting

David de Burgh Graham

Industry committee  That's enough for this. Mr. Chisick, you mentioned at the very beginning that you are certified to practice copyright law, specifically. Just out of curiosity, who certifies lawyers to practice copyright law?

December 10th, 2018Committee meeting

David de Burgh Graham

Industry committee  Okay. That's what I was curious about. Do we have 10 seconds to get into...? No, we don't have 10 seconds. Thank you.

December 10th, 2018Committee meeting

David de Burgh Graham

Industry committee  Thank you. I want to get back to Crown copyright, but I want to make a quick observation first. If the Berne convention had been written under current law, I think it would be coming out of copyright just about now. That's just food for thought. If we wanted to, as a committee,

December 10th, 2018Committee meeting

David de Burgh Graham

Industry committee  Are there any other comments?

December 10th, 2018Committee meeting

David de Burgh Graham

Industry committee  I like it when it's fast. Thank you. There's a topic we haven't discussed at all in this study, and I think we probably should have. That's software patents. I'm sure you all have positions and thoughts on that. First of all, what are your positions, very quickly, on software p

December 10th, 2018Committee meeting

David de Burgh Graham

Industry committee  That's fair. I don't have time for long answers, but I appreciate your comments. Mr. Tarantino?

December 10th, 2018Committee meeting

David de Burgh Graham