Procedure and House Affairs committee Thank you, Madam Chair. I want to address the point that Ms. Duncan brought up with respect to health. I think all of us clearly understand that we're in the middle of a public health crisis at this point. Our mandate from Parliament is to look at virtual sittings
April 16th, 2020Committee meeting
Procedure and House Affairs committee Madam Chair, I want to say how much I appreciate Ms. Duncan saying how important it is to plan for a pandemic or other emergency. I really appreciate that comment. Thank you.
May 13th, 2020Committee meeting
Procedure and House Affairs committee going to go through what each province is doing, I think it needs to be more reflective of the current scenario. It doesn't take much, Madam Chair. It just takes a line to reflect that. I've gone through a whole list of the latest information. I've shared with Mr. Duncan our
May 12th, 2020Committee meeting
Procedure and House Affairs committee I beat him. I thought Mr. Duncan was going to jump in here.
May 7th, 2020Committee meeting
Procedure and House Affairs committee . There have been several examples, and Mr. Duncan and Mr. Gerretsen spoke about this. Certainly, when I was on Barrie city council we never made the decision on what kind of increase we were going to have. We made the decision on whether we were going to get the increase as recommended
February 25th, 2020Committee meeting
Procedure and House Affairs committee Thank you, Mr. Patrice. Good morning, Madam Chair and committee members. I am accompanied today by Duncan Retson, Associate Assistant Deputy Minister, and Jennifer Garrett, director general responsible for the Centre Block program at Public Services and Procurement Canada. We
February 18th, 2020Committee meeting
Committees of the House , and that the committee be composed of: Ruby Sahota, Kevin Lamoureux, Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Kirsty Duncan, Churence Rogers, Mark Gerretsen, John Brassard, Blake Richards, Eric Duncan, Corey Tochor, Alain Therrien, and Rachel Blaney.
December 11th, 2019House debate
The Economy the wonderful team of staff and volunteers who supported my campaign, people like Erica, Gale, Tom, Epiphany, Eleanor, John and so many others who worked so hard. I would like to say a special thanks to my good friends Scott Parker and Megan Rich for being such incredible supports for me
December 12th, 2019House debate
Budget Implementation Act, 2019, No. 1 ; Lynne Yelich of Saskatchewan; Rick Casson, James Rajotte and Monte Solberg of Alberta; and John Duncan of B.C. We still stay in touch and we will always remain friends. The many Hill staff I have worked with, and this is only some of them, are such great people that I want to name
June 4th, 2019House debate
Industry committee John, thank you for highlighting it. Yes, it was disappointing to provide stats only to 2017, knowing the historic budget was in 2018.
May 30th, 2019Committee meeting
Industry committee particularly important to the IT sector. That's block one, if you like. Block two is around technology and science. There has been a huge investment in fundamental science of $10 million and Minister Duncan will have an opportunity to speak to you about those investments in program
May 28th, 2019Committee meeting
The Budget happened to him. He resigned, just like that. There was not a prolonged period of debate. There was not an extended period of conversation. There was literally nothing to talk about. He was a minister. He called a judge. He resigned. It was simple. John Duncan, a very distinguished
April 2nd, 2019House debate
Wrecked, Abandoned or Hazardous Vessels Act with abandoned and derelict vessels. They were in government for 10 years and they left coastal communities vulnerable. The number of derelict and abandoned vessels skyrocketed, with no action from the Harper government. In fact, John Duncan, who at the time was the MP for Vancouver Island
February 1st, 2019House debate
Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee and provincial bodies, there was a lot of apprehension. Maybe just talk about that. At the time the minister was John Duncan. It took several years to get this agreement. What were the obstacles to this agreement? When you're dealing with schools on reserve, as you know, Darcy, everybody
April 9th, 2019Committee meeting
Indigenous Languages Act million for indigenous organizations. John Duncan, from Vancouver Island, was the then aboriginal affairs minister. When he was put in that position in 2012, he said the Conservatives would change the funding model for aboriginal organizations and tribal councils, focusing on the areas
February 7th, 2019House debate