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Government Operations committee  I'll let my colleague Karen Cahill answer that one.

June 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  Thank you very much. I think I'm the only one who has an opening statement today. Mr. Chair, I'm very happy to be here today to answer the committee's questions on the 2020-21 supplementary estimates (A). As committee members know, each year the government tables two or three

June 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  It's a mixed question for both us and Finance. Alison, do you want me to start?

May 4th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  What I can say from our vantage point at Treasury Board.... Again, you have to remember that when we talk about spending authority—the ability to actually spend dollars—a lot of the legislation that has already been passed in Bills C-13, C-14 and C-15 provides for that authority.

May 4th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  [Technical difficulty—Editor] revisiting doing that in June.

May 4th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

May 4th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  They remain valid as it pertains to the planning for the year as it pertains to the main estimates. In terms of any updates and so forth through the year, typically those are reported through the departmental results reports.

May 4th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  I think the intention is to ensure that departmental plans best reflect plans—

May 4th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  —for main estimates, but given the fact that it has been an extraordinary year that we're entering, the departmental results reports that report on this current fiscal year would take into account the extraordinary circumstances as well.

May 4th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  In any instance where Treasury Board involvement is required or there are programs or policies pertaining to the spending, Treasury Board, and through TBS, has been involved with respect to ensuring that authorities are in place. There's nothing that's been approved that is proce

May 4th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  Well, if you take a step back, there has been an extraordinary amount of measures. When you look at what Canada—

May 4th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  Well, it's in different categories. If you look at the Canada emergency response benefit and the Canada emergency wage subsidy, they have self-sustaining pieces of legislation, so as a consequence, a lot of the terms and conditions pertaining to those programs have already been a

May 4th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  In terms of overseeing the spending, in terms of consideration—

May 4th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  From the comptrollership standpoint, I know the comptroller general has been working closely with departments to ensure that in terms of reporting and how it's being teed up for public accounts—

May 4th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves

Government Operations committee  As you know, under—

May 4th, 2020Committee meeting

Glenn Purves