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NDP (QC)
Good afternoon, esteemed colleagues.
Today, from 3:30 p.m to 4:30 p.m, pursuant to Standing Order 108, the committee will hold a briefing with officials from the Department of Transport on the implementation of the recommendations in chapter 7 of the Fall 2013 Report of the Auditor General of Canada.
We are hearing from department officials Laureen Kinney, Brigitte Diogo and Nicole Girard. I believe you have a brief presentation to make, which will be followed by a question period.
Please proceed.
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NDP (QC)
Thank you very much, Ms. Kinney.
Mr. Sullivan, the floor is yours for seven minutes.
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NDP (QC)
Mr. Sullivan.
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NDP (QC)
I'll let Mr. Sullivan continue his question.
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NDP (QC)
You have one minute.
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NDP (QC)
Thank you, Mr. Sullivan and Ms. Kinney.
Mr. Dion, you now have the floor for seven minutes.
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NDP (QC)
Thank you, Mr. Dion. Unfortunately, your time is up.
Thank you, Ms. Kinney.
I now give the floor to Mr. Watson for seven minutes.
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NDP (QC)
Thank you.
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NDP (QC)
Thank you very much, Mr. Watson.
Mr. Komarnicki, go ahead for for seven minutes.
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NDP (QC)
Thank you very much, Mr. Komarnicki. Your time is up.
If my colleagues will accept this, I'll take the next round, even though I'm the chair. No one objects? Okay.
Just to follow up on what Mr. Komarnicki raised about reports for employees, you mentioned, Ms. Kinney, that employees are able to report to Transport Canada. Has a 1-800 number been set up so that employees know where to call? I think that was raised before. If not, where are we at?
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NDP (QC)
Thank you very much.
Earlier, Mr. Watson asked a question about administrative penalties, which only came into force in April 2015.
Can you tell us whether those penalties, which were a long time coming, will be made public? Mr. Watson also talked about the process as a whole. Will it be made public?
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NDP (QC)
If the penalty amount is published initially and then—correct me if I'm wrong—the Minister of Transport uses his power to reduce the amount, will it be published?
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NDP (QC)
Okay. If I understand correctly, once a penalty is issued, an officer can later change the amount.
Would that change be made public?
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NDP (QC)
You said that, at Transport Canada, you assessed risk based on the necessary inspectors or auditors according to the changes.
Do you think the increase in the transportation of dangerous goods—more specifically oil—means that Transport Canada needs more inspectors or a bigger budget?
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NDP (QC)
Thank you, Ms. Kinney.
I have used up my time. I now give the floor to Mr. Watson, for five minutes.
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