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Government Operations committee  I can start and André can correct me if I misspeak. The polar icebreaker is a one-ship build. It's an extraordinarily complicated build and basically the most complicated build we have in the package. We are revisiting options around the polar, so no decision has been made as to

June 12th, 2019Committee meeting

Bill Matthews

Government Operations committee  We are not in active discussion to my knowledge—again, André, chime in—but....

June 12th, 2019Committee meeting

Bill Matthews

Government Operations committee  We don't have a time frame at this stage.

June 12th, 2019Committee meeting

Bill Matthews

Government Operations committee  I suspect the former: six months.

June 12th, 2019Committee meeting

Bill Matthews

Government Operations committee  Maybe I'll start. The benefits of the reordering are that we were able to start JSS block construction earlier, so there's a benefit there in terms of the JSS.

June 12th, 2019Committee meeting

Bill Matthews

Government Operations committee  I don't have a number for you, but the other thing I think it does for us is by putting a one-ship gap between the two JSSs, it lets us take any learning from JSS 1 and apply it to JSS 2, so we think we get a more efficient build.

June 12th, 2019Committee meeting

Bill Matthews

Government Operations committee  I would make a couple of points. You characterized her remarks quite accurately. What has happened is that there's been lot discussion, I would say, in various forums, including Parliament, the media and online, and a lot more engagement by people who may not necessarily have bee

June 12th, 2019Committee meeting

Bill Matthews

Government Operations committee  I think that some of them are re-visitable ideas with some new input. But in terms of the ideas around transparency, and what could potentially be made public around decision-making, my recollection is that is a new discussion that has taken place. I didn't hear a lot about that

June 12th, 2019Committee meeting

Bill Matthews

Government Operations committee  Thank you, Mr. Chair. I'll be extremely quick. Thank you for inviting us back. The only thing I want to highlight to you is that, in addition to the same cast of characters we brought with us the last time, we've asked Dr. Janet King, who is responsible for the federal science i

June 12th, 2019Committee meeting

Bill Matthews

Government Operations committee  Just to eliminate the middleman, all questions on Phoenix are going to Mr. Linklater.

June 12th, 2019Committee meeting

Bill Matthews

Government Operations committee  We can try, but I think your questions—

June 5th, 2019Committee meeting

Bill Matthews

Government Operations committee  —equally on the details of the policy, are more appropriately directed to ISED as well. We'll do what we can.

June 5th, 2019Committee meeting

Bill Matthews

Government Operations committee  Mr. Chair, I have maybe just one thing. When the government does contemplate changes to such a policy, the norm would be to go back and consult publicly if there are significant changes. That's depending on—

June 5th, 2019Committee meeting

Bill Matthews

Government Operations committee  You have mischaracterized the meetings with SNC-Lavalin. They were with respect to the actual administrative agreement that is in place with them, as opposed to the policy specifically. We will confirm that in writing after this meeting.

June 5th, 2019Committee meeting

Bill Matthews

Government Operations committee  When the government consults on a policy, it's done in a public fashion. Anyone is free to—

June 5th, 2019Committee meeting

Bill Matthews