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View Costas Menegakis Profile
CPC (ON)
Madam Chair, I have a point of order.
View Costas Menegakis Profile
CPC (ON)
Yes. I'd like you to clarify that, because we were all here and everybody put up their hands at the same time. You're starting with two NDP speakers. You think it would go left and right, in fairness, back and forth.
We all put our hands up at the same time, and you start by putting down two NDP speakers. Do you think that is fair?
View Costas Menegakis Profile
CPC (ON)
We all put up our hands.
View Costas Menegakis Profile
CPC (ON)
I'm just asking a question, that's all.
View Costas Menegakis Profile
CPC (ON)
No, you didn't.
View Costas Menegakis Profile
CPC (ON)
If you check the record, you didn't read out the names, Madam Chair.
View Costas Menegakis Profile
CPC (ON)
But we all put up our hands at the same time.
View Costas Menegakis Profile
CPC (ON)
View Costas Menegakis Profile
CPC (ON)
We all had our hands up.
An hon. member: We all had our hands up at the same time.
View Roxanne James Profile
CPC (ON)
Actually, I have a point of order.
View Roxanne James Profile
CPC (ON)
Thank you, Madam Chair.
I know it's early. I know we had a late night and the meeting was adjourned abruptly, but I distinctly remember—I was wide awake. I saw Rathika's hand go up, my hand went up, and then you actually made a point of saying that we hadn't even started the meeting yet. But I kept my hand up and I believe Ms. Sitsabaiesan kept her hand up. Then the other hands all came up.
So the fact that you have now indicated that two members of the NDP are in speaking order one and two...I'm a little bit concerned with your judgment and your biased call on the speaking order.
I would just like to reiterate what my colleague, Mr. Menegakis, has said. It seems a little unfair, unjust, and biased when literally within seconds all our hands went up and you looked over on the left side of the table and acknowledged two of your colleagues, the NDP, over and above everyone else on this committee.
I'd ask for a little bit of fairness and respect in this committee, and allow at least one member of the Conservatives to go in the top two positions. I will tell you, my hand was up.
Just to reiterate, whether I go for the Conservative side of this committee or Mr. Dykstra or any of my colleagues, it's irrelevant to me at this point because I know I will get my time to speak, but I think in all fairness, you should allow one of my colleagues to go at least in position one or two today.
View John Weston Profile
CPC (BC)
It is. When Parliament begins early in the morning, there's this moment of silence when all members are asked to consider the guidance for the country—
View John Weston Profile
CPC (BC)
I just thought it might be a good way to frame a fractious meeting, to do the same thing.
View John Weston Profile
CPC (BC)
Before we open, and we're sort of opening, we should stop, pause, and ask for that moment of guidance for the country and for the committee.
View John Weston Profile
CPC (BC)
Following the model of Parliament that we have,
…we should observe a moment of silence before the debate begins.
for guidance for our country and for our committee.
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