Written Submissions The committee invites members of the public to submit written briefs no longer than five pages (approximately 2,500 words) for consideration in the study of Bill C-22. For more information on how to prepare a submission, please consult the Guide for Submitting Briefs to House of Commons Committees. The committee recognizes the importance of making documents available in an accessible format. All briefs related to the study of Bill C-22 are available in an accessible PDF in both official languages. Should you require documents in a format that is not available via the website, please contact the clerk of the committee by email at HUMA@parl.gc.ca or by telephone at 613-996-1542 so that we may work with you to make it available.
Meetings For all meetings related to the study of Bill C-22, American Sign Language (ASL) and Quebec Sign Language (LSQ) interpretation are available for those individuals attending the meetings in person.
Video Recordings Links to the video recording with American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation for all meetings related to this study are available below. Please note that these links are available within five business days following the end of a scheduled meeting.