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Environment committee  No. You need to vote on clause 8, and then PV-9 would create a new clause.

May 26th, 2021Committee meeting

Émilie Thivierge

Environment committee  Actually, a line cannot be changed more than once. Even if you are wanting to change a different word, once a line has been changed, it can no longer be changed.

May 26th, 2021Committee meeting

Émilie Thivierge

Environment committee  I might have a suggestion. If we could suspend for a few minutes, we could have a look at ParlVU and we would have the answer.

May 26th, 2021Committee meeting

Émilie Thivierge

Environment committee  Yes. It's possible, but we will have to see the motion.

May 26th, 2021Committee meeting

Émilie Thivierge

Environment committee  Yes, you do.

May 26th, 2021Committee meeting

Émilie Thivierge

Environment committee  It is, because the committee has made the decision on an amendment that is identical to another one.

May 26th, 2021Committee meeting

Émilie Thivierge

May 26th, 2021Committee meeting

Émilie Thivierge

Environment committee  I'm sorry, but what was the question?

May 26th, 2021Committee meeting

Émilie Thivierge

Environment committee  Yes, you are.

May 26th, 2021Committee meeting

Émilie Thivierge

Environment committee  Yes. It's first-come, first-served.

May 26th, 2021Committee meeting

Émilie Thivierge

Environment committee  Actually, it's more a question for the officials—

May 26th, 2021Committee meeting

Émilie Thivierge

Environment committee  Once again, Mr. Chair, since it's not a procedural question, I think one of the officials could answer that.

May 26th, 2021Committee meeting

Émilie Thivierge

Environment committee  That is not necessary, because Ms. Michaud did not introduce her amendment. She referred to it, but she did not introduce it. So it is not necessary to have unanimous consent.

May 26th, 2021Committee meeting

Émilie Thivierge

Environment committee  In the Interpretation Act, section 13, which deals with preambles, reads as follows: “Le préambule fait partie du texte et en constitue l'exposé des motifs.” In English, it reads: “The preamble of an enactment shall be read as a part of the enactment intended to assist in expla

May 26th, 2021Committee meeting

Émilie Thivierge

Environment committee  I'm not sure I can be of much help. It would probably need a legislative counsel to explain it.

May 26th, 2021Committee meeting

Émilie Thivierge