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44th Parliament, 1st Session
(November 22, 2021 - Present)

Creating a Fair and Equitable Canadian Energy Transformation

Last meeting: Friday, February 3, 2023
On Monday, March 21, 2022, the committee adopted the following motion:

That, pursuant to Standing Order 108(2), the committee devote up to twelve meetings to undertake a study of the conditions required to ensure an effective plan (just transition) for all Canadians in transforming to a low-carbon future, including, but not limited to, an examination of; the definition of the term “just transition”; a preliminary estimate of the impacts of a Paris aligned climate plan on jobs, both direct and indirect; the principles that should guide a “just transition”; concrete, people-centered “just transition” actions that puts workers and communities at the centre of government policy and decision making process on climate change initiatives; the role and mechanisms for the federal government to adequately fund just transition plans across the country; the federal government’s commitment to economic transformation in impacted Indigenous communities; similar historic and social transformations that have occurred both domestically and internationally; and, the current state of the clean tech industry and their role in shaping the anticipated energy transformation; and any other matters deemed necessary by the committee, that experts and stakeholders be invited to appear, including, but not limited to, those that represent organized Labour, Indigenous leadership, municipal representatives from affected regions, and, those with knowledge of the current and future clean tech industry in Canada, and that; that the Minister of Natural Resources and officials, the Minister of Labour and officials, be invited to appear; and that the committee report its findings to the House prior to June 17, 2022.

Meetings

Webcast Televised Audio only In Camera Cancelled Modified Outside of Parliament Hill