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Fisheries committee  We're looking at June 28. That's our plan.

June 2nd, 2021Committee meeting

Timothy Sargent

Fisheries committee  No, we're not aware of any requests at this time, although we are aware of the overall issue.

June 2nd, 2021Committee meeting

Timothy Sargent

Fisheries committee  I don't have a lot to add to that, Mr. Chair. We finished our check-in on this recently. We're reviewing and developing the listing advice now

June 2nd, 2021Committee meeting

Timothy Sargent

Fisheries committee  I think, Rebecca, that's in your world as well.

June 2nd, 2021Committee meeting

Timothy Sargent

Fisheries committee  Rebecca, perhaps you can take that one on.

June 2nd, 2021Committee meeting

Timothy Sargent

Fisheries committee  In turn, I'll turn to our regional director general for the Pacific, Rebecca Reid.

June 2nd, 2021Committee meeting

Timothy Sargent

Fisheries committee  Thank you, Minister. Mr. Chair, certainly Quebec's program works very well for them. We do manage river by river in a number of other regions, including Newfoundland. In British Columbia, for sockeye, for instance, there are over 400 different conservation units, and then we hav

June 2nd, 2021Committee meeting

Timothy Sargent

Fisheries committee  Mr. Chair, I can add that yes, the wild Atlantic salmon conservation implementation plan does expire at the end of this year, so we are right now in the process of talking to all the different stakeholders, indigenous peoples and others, about what a renewal would look like.

June 2nd, 2021Committee meeting

Timothy Sargent

Public Accounts committee  Maybe, Andy, you can speak to that.

May 25th, 2021Committee meeting

Timothy Sargent

Public Accounts committee  I'll maybe pass that over to the deputy commissioner, who is the keeper of our project schedules.

May 25th, 2021Committee meeting

Timothy Sargent

Public Accounts committee  Both the yards are using the basic design, which was completed, if memory serves, in 2014. When we separated the yards, it was in part because we wanted to get one of these ships in service by 2030, which is when the Louis S. St-Laurent will come to the end of its useful life. I'

May 25th, 2021Committee meeting

Timothy Sargent

Public Accounts committee  Madam Chair, let me say on behalf of the Coast Guard that we're committed to making sure we continue to deliver critical services until the new ships are delivered. Up to now, we've employed a variety of interim measures, including purchasing used icebreakers, as well as vessel l

May 25th, 2021Committee meeting

Timothy Sargent

Public Accounts committee  To take the second part of your question first, it had always been part of the Coast Guard fleet renewal strategy that we would have two polar icebreakers. Until very recently, only one of those icebreakers was funded. I would assume, although my colleagues from the Office of the

May 25th, 2021Committee meeting

Timothy Sargent

Public Accounts committee  It's important to look at the whole program of work of the Coast Guard. When the polar icebreaker was removed from the program of work, at the same time we added in 16 multi-purpose vessels, because that was a key priority for us. Fast forward to two years later, when the gover

May 25th, 2021Committee meeting

Timothy Sargent

Public Accounts committee  It wasn't necessarily that they weren't capable of doing it two years ago. The questions were, what was our priority, what did we want to build first and what was the best place to do it? We needed to get moving with the multi-purpose vessels while a procurement decision was bein

May 25th, 2021Committee meeting

Timothy Sargent