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Eric Janse
2020-06-01 16:24
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Thank you for your question, Mrs. DeBellefeuille.
Indeed, according to the motion that was passed by the House last week, committees, which are now allowed to sit, have more powers than they had before, including the right to sit in camera. It used to be a little more complicated with Skype and two devices. Now our colleagues in the IT department have found a solution using Zoom. It's much easier.
To answer your question, yes, subcommittees and steering committees can now meet with access to interpretation. However, this takes the same resources as a public committee meeting; in terms of scheduling, the committee whips have agreed to take this into consideration.
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