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View Larry Miller Profile
CPC (ON)
Just before you go, Ms. Chow, is everyone familiar with the main motion or do we need it read?
View Larry Miller Profile
CPC (ON)
You have that, okay.
Carry on.
View Larry Miller Profile
CPC (ON)
We're going to suspend. Ms. Chow, your amendment may exceed the scope of the motion, and we're in conference with the clerk. There would not be a problem with it as a motion itself, so if you would just bear with me for a second.
View Larry Miller Profile
CPC (ON)
I would ask the members back.
In consultation with the clerk, I do have to rule the amendment out of order. There are three or four reasons, but one is that the main motion by Mr. Watson says “conduct a study on rail safety when more findings....are available”, whereas this amendment is totally contrary to that and says we should do it immediately. That would change the scope of the motion itself.
As I said, the amendment as a motion itself would be a different thing. To add it as an amendment here, I have to rule as out of order.
View Larry Miller Profile
CPC (ON)
That's what I was going to say. I have to point out to you now that your motion would have to be with notice, meaning with 48 hours. With unanimous consent we can come back to that. In the meantime—
View Larry Miller Profile
CPC (ON)
We have a proposal for unanimous consent. Do we have unanimous consent to deal with the motions?
View Jeff Watson Profile
CPC (ON)
View Jeff Watson Profile
2013-07-23 16:30
I'm not even sure.... Could you what the motion is, Mr. Chair.
View Larry Miller Profile
CPC (ON)
Just to clarify, it wasn't a requirement of the chair. I was simply pointing out the wording there that was introducing the motion.
The clerk just passed on some information. We have to, because we Mr. Watson's motion. As for your motion to deal unanimously with it today, we have to deal with one motion at a time, and then we can deal with your motion after that.
Am I clear?
View Larry Miller Profile
CPC (ON)
View Ed Holder Profile
CPC (ON)
View Ed Holder Profile
2013-07-23 16:32
It's not my understanding that when a motion is on the floor, one can then introduce a second motion without first dealing with the initial motion.
View Ed Holder Profile
CPC (ON)
View Ed Holder Profile
2013-07-23 16:32
On a point of order, Mr. Chair, I want to come back to and acknowledge that the chair recognized Mr. Watson and that a legitimate motion has been put forward. It seems to me—and I look to the chair's ruling on this—that this is the motion that we should deal with. I think it's substantive. I think it's eminently reasonable. I'm not sure why the vice-chair from the opposition has such objections to dealing with this.
Her amendment, which you have ruled inappropriate or out of order, is one thing, and now as a result of that it would appear that what she's trying to do is to then make it a coincident motion. I don't think that's allowed under the rules.
I think we recognized Mr. Watson, and I think his motion has to be dealt with.
Thank you.
View Jeff Watson Profile
CPC (ON)
View Jeff Watson Profile
2013-07-23 16:34
The motion I moved relates to the business at hand, and I don't believe it requires the requisite notice. Neither would her motion or her amendment require any additional notice if she wanted to move it as a separate motion. It relates to the business at hand.
View Larry Miller Profile
CPC (ON)
Based on your comment, Mr. Watson, you're saying that no unanimous consent is required.
View Jeff Watson Profile
CPC (ON)
View Jeff Watson Profile
2013-07-23 16:35
I'm saying that our motion is in order, and if she wants to move her motion afterward, it's in order as well.
View Larry Miller Profile
CPC (ON)
Okay. We have that on record.
We're going to deal with your motion, Mr. Watson, but I did have Mr. Holder on the speakers list. You're okay?
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