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View John Aldag Profile
Lib. (BC)
Thank you, Ms. Woodley, for your opening comments.
We're going now to Dr. Justina Ray by video conference.
Thank you, Dr. Ray, for joining us today. I'll turn it over to you, and we'll give you about seven minutes for your opening comments. I'll hold up the yellow card when there's one minute left, and a red card to wrap it up, and then we'll move to our final presenter.
Over to you for your comments, Dr. Ray.
View John Aldag Profile
Lib. (BC)
Great. Thank you so much for those opening comments.
Now, Mr. Locke, we'll move to you. We're at 16 minutes, and so I'll set the timer for six minutes. I'll let you know when that time is up.
View John Aldag Profile
Lib. (BC)
Thank you.
We're at just over 10 minutes on the clock right now. It's going to be close to 10 minutes after 5 p.m. Does the committee want to come back? It would give us about 10 minutes for a quick round of questions and answers. We could do four minutes per side and at least get in one set of questions, if our three panellists are willing to stick around and grab a coffee while we're out of the room.
Some hon. members: Agreed.
The Chair: All right, we'll suspend now. We'll come back as soon as the vote is over and we'll pick it up again.
Thank you.
View John Aldag Profile
Lib. (BC)
We're back in session now.
Doctor Locke, you had wanted to review two slides quickly before we moved into our questions. We have them queued up here, I believe. We'll go to those and then we'll go into some really abbreviated rounds of questions.
View John Aldag Profile
Lib. (BC)
Excellent. Thank you so much for that additional information.
We're going to have three very quick rounds of questions. We have 10 minutes left, so we'll go three, three and three. That will take us to the end of the day.
Mr. Bossio, we go to you for your—
View John Aldag Profile
Lib. (BC)
Yes. Doctor Ray should still be online with us. We'll just bring her on.
View John Aldag Profile
Lib. (BC)
Thank you.
We're going to go over to Monsieur Berthold for his three minutes.
You're welcome to share the time if you care to.
View John Aldag Profile
Lib. (BC)
Thank you.
View John Aldag Profile
Lib. (BC)
After Wayne gets his three minutes, if there's a chance for an update on the bison, that would be great.
View John Aldag Profile
Lib. (BC)
Mr. Stetski, it's over to you.
View Wayne Stetski Profile
NDP (BC)
I have to do a speech on climate change in about 10 minutes.
I have a question that I'll open up to the floor. There are a couple of aspects I want to talk about. One is the nature deficit disorder and the potential impact it has on whether youth today care or don't care about species at risk, and what more we should be doing there.
The other is that we did consider looking at the species at risk legislation as a committee. Quite frankly, my concerns in that regard is that some might have wanted to weaken the legislation, while others think there's certainly need for improvement.
If you have a particular opinion on either of those issues, I'd be happy to hear from you.
View Jenny Kwan Profile
NDP (BC)
View Jenny Kwan Profile
2019-06-17 16:12
Thank you very much.
If I heard you correctly, many of the individuals who are coming here will go to these communities with their landed status. Is that correct?
View Jenny Kwan Profile
NDP (BC)
View Jenny Kwan Profile
2019-06-17 16:12
For each of the 11 communities where this is being piloted, do you have any projected numbers on what would be deemed a success with the number of people staying in those communities?
View Jenny Kwan Profile
NDP (BC)
View Jenny Kwan Profile
2019-06-17 16:13
If you don't have a projected number of how many people you would like to stay in those communities, I don't know how you're going to measure success, really.
Will five people going to one community be a success, versus, let's say, 100 people, or whatever the case may be? I would think there would need to be some sort of analysis of what the targets are in the targeted areas and then what the projected numbers are for it to be successful. Otherwise, we're kind of guessing with that. With regard to the evaluation of the program, it would be difficult to determine how the program is successful or not.
On the other issue, when we studied the Atlantic provinces, many of the people raised the issue of infrastructure and the need to ensure there is the infrastructure to retain newcomers.
With this pilot, will additional infrastructure be provided to the communities to support, hopefully, success and therefore retention?
View Jenny Kwan Profile
NDP (BC)
View Jenny Kwan Profile
2019-06-17 16:14
I understand that the range will vary from community to community, but even for the different sizes of communities, you need to have some projected targets. I'm not saying you should use one target and apply it to every community unilaterally, but rather you need to establish what some targets would look like in different communities and the different makeup of those communities. If you don't, you have no way of assessing whether or not your program is successful.
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