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Government Operations committee  This is the $50 million for the Privy Council Office for the funding of communications and marketing. Is that correct?

June 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  Okay. Again, really it's funding for a whole-of-government communication and marketing response, which I believe is probably consistent with what my PCO colleagues mentioned, in four key areas: public health information, financial support for individuals, financial support for b

June 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  Mr. Green, are we talking about federal Indian day schools in terms of the McLean settlement agreement and not the sixties scoop?

June 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  In terms of the total amount, I'm seeing $1.3 billion to the McLean Day Schools Settlement Corporation for individual compensation of $10,000 per class member for harms associated with attendants' level one claims.

June 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  That would be $69 million in class counsel for legal fees and disbursements and ongoing legal services to class members. However, I should point out that it's not clear to me whether or not that is effectively part of the $481 million, or whether that amount is part of the broa

June 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  We would have to get back to the committee on that.

June 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  I don't have that information, Mr. Green. We can certainly reach out to our colleagues at CIRNAC and get back to the committee on that, if that's helpful.

June 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  Sure. It's been a little more unusual this time around, just because of the urgency of the COVID-19 response. Typically, you have statutory authorities that exist for a whole host of different initiatives. Transfers to people and transfers to other levels of government are typica

June 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  I'd be happy to pass along those views to CFIA. I may be mistaken, but I thought I heard you say that Health officials were here.

June 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  Okay. In terms of that issue—

June 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  Sorry, just so that I understand, is this question directed to Finance or—

June 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  Yes, absolutely. Everything that's in these supplementary estimates has been through Treasury Board ministers.

June 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  Payments arise. They're urgent payments and they have to be made before the next supply cycle. Vote 5 is there to facilitate circumstances when these unforeseen expenditures that are often urgent and for important initiatives need to be made. The use of vote 5 up to now, that's i

June 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  That money is being used to address the immediate operational challenges.

June 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  When broadcasting licence fees come off, that means the revenue they're bringing in is less, which means that they need an offset to cover expenses that would normally be covered by these fees.

June 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves