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Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee  Good morning. Thank you. My name is Jason Madden. I'm a Métis lawyer, a citizen of the Métis Nation, and legal counsel for the Manitoba Metis Federation in their land claim and self-government negotiations. I'm going to start with a little bit of history, because I think

September 27th, 2017Committee meeting

Jason Madden

Government Appointments  Mr. Speaker, is it any surprise that the Prime Minister would endorse that type of behaviour? It is bad enough that Dwight Duncan effectively bankrupted Ontario while he was the finance minister of the province. However, as a non-partisan appointee of the Prime Minister, he

June 21st, 2017House debate

John BrassardConservative

Government Appointments  Mr. Speaker, if Dwight Duncan is in an apologizing mood, maybe he could apologize for working with Dalton McGuinty and Kathleen Wynne, turning Ontario into a have-not province while he was finance minister. With construction of the $4.8 billion bridge set to start next summer

June 20th, 2017House debate

John BrassardConservative

Environment committee  Too, Wayne and I have to work this out. I've talked to John a bit about this. The aspect that I'm interested in, frankly, has to do with the private bill as well, and is private property, whereas it's appropriate for Wayne, as our protected areas critic, to do all the parks

June 19th, 2017Committee meeting

Linda DuncanNDP

Environment committee  I had a brief talk with John. I'm still a bit confused about how this ties with the private member's bill. The private member's bill, as I understand it, has to do with tax measures, and that can only apply to private property, not government property. So I'm still a little

June 14th, 2017Committee meeting

Linda DuncanNDP

Environment committee  My questions fall well after John's. I am informed that we already have a lot of staff vacancies in the national parks, particularly in interpretation. Certainly, that's the case in Alberta. There is going to be a heightened workload because of the minister's inviting everybody

June 12th, 2017Committee meeting

Linda DuncanNDP

Canada Elections Act   to be the response to that problem. I thought it very telling that the member for St. John's East said there are rules that the parties set for themselves. That was a description of the bill. This is a bill where the Liberals are setting rules for themselves. This is not solving the problem

June 8th, 2017House debate

Peter Van LoanConservative

Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee   and the operation of the colonial government affect their lives so badly. I also want to talk a bit about who you are speaking for. In theory, you're speaking for the Canadians, because they've elected you and put you in place, but if you look at this historically, John A. Macdonald

June 8th, 2017Committee meeting

Sharon McIvor

Industry committee  Yes. I would just add that very consistent with Minister Duncan's example of artificial intelligence, broadly speaking, in the innovation agenda, we are looking at a number of points of interest, if you like, with respect to tech transfer. Another concrete example would

May 16th, 2017Committee meeting

John Knubley

Industry committee  I will speak a bit, and then I will turn it over our deputy minister, John Knubley. I really want to bring home that we're taking a very different approach on science than the previous government. The previous government—

May 16th, 2017Committee meeting

Kirsty DuncanLiberal

Industry committee   institutions with five or more chairs—these are specifically the medium and large universities—must table a plan. It's not enough to do targets; they must also table a plan to reach the targets. As Minister Duncan was mentioning, the challenge, when you look at the targets they set

May 16th, 2017Committee meeting

John Knubley

Industry committee   with John Knubley, deputy minister; Kelly Gillis, associate deputy minister; and Lawrence Hanson, assistant deputy minister. Thank you very much for attending, everybody. I'm going to pass it on to Minister Duncan for opening comments.

May 16th, 2017Committee meeting

The Chair Liberal

Industry committee  Good morning, everyone. Thank you, Mr. Chair. I'm pleased to be here this morning with our deputy minister, John Knubley; our associate deputy minister, Kelly Gillis; and our assistant deputy minister, Lawrence Hanson. I'm really pleased to be here this morning

May 16th, 2017Committee meeting

Kirsty DuncanLiberal

Procedure and House Affairs committee  John Fraser helped to maintain that.

March 21st, 2017Committee meeting

Linda DuncanNDP

Procedure and House Affairs committee  Thank you, Mr. Chair. It is a pleasure to be back here. I say that in all honesty, as I do enjoy this committee. I enjoy interacting with the members of the committee. I think it's a worthwhile enterprise. I do want to thank Ms. Duncan, Ms. May, and Mr. Doherty

March 21st, 2017Committee meeting

John NaterConservative