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View Peter Julian Profile
NDP (BC)
Thank you very much, Mr. Chair.
Yes, I have a series of questions I want to ask.
Mr. Brassard's questions around the overall cost, I think, are very relevant.
I want to look at the issue of the tunnels from a cost perspective, in terms of both what the parliamentary precinct would gain and what we would lose if we didn't put the tunnel network in there. My questions, to start, are on the cost of the West Block and the East Block tunnels that we had originally. The West Block tunnel was known as the “bathroom tunnel” because it was lined in yellow tile, as I recall; and the East Block tunnel was far nicer. So there's the cost of those two tunnels being built.
Regarding the existing tunnel network in the parliamentary precinct, Mr. Wright, you mentioned that the West Block renovations actually had provision for a tunnel network, so I am wondering to what extent an existing tunnel network is in place and can be built on from that.
My third question in my first set of questions—and I'll have a second set of questions—is around the absolute necessity for material management and what would be required. If we put aside the issue of pedestrians or MPs or visitors or staff or anyone else using the tunnel network, what is required for purely material management? I know that was certainly an issue around the West Block tunnel project as well.
Those are my first three questions, and I'll have a couple of others after that.
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