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View Ron McKinnon Profile
Lib. (BC)
Okay.
View Ron McKinnon Profile
Lib. (BC)
Thank you.
View Sukh Dhaliwal Profile
Lib. (BC)
Thank you, Mr. Chair, and thank you to the presenters.
Before we reached this deal, people in British Columbia were not very optimistic in dealing with President Trump, with all the tariffs we had. Once this agreement was reached, you have expressed your opinion but when I'm out in the community on the doorsteps, whether it's the small and medium-sized manufacturers or the labour groups, the workers, everyone has said to me, “Sukh Dhaliwal, we want you to tell Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Chrystia Freeland the great work they have done to get this deal done.”
Do you hear the same on the ground, or a different opinion out there?
View Sukh Dhaliwal Profile
Lib. (BC)
How about the rules of origin and labour provisions? Would they slow down the movement of jobs to Mexico or the other way around?
View Sukh Dhaliwal Profile
Lib. (BC)
View Sukh Dhaliwal Profile
Lib. (BC)
I would like to pass to Rob Oliphant.
View Sukh Dhaliwal Profile
Lib. (BC)
Thank you, Mr. Chair.
An hon. member: [Inaudible—Editor]
View Sukh Dhaliwal Profile
Lib. (BC)
It's 30 seconds more with the time he wasted.
View Sukh Dhaliwal Profile
Lib. (BC)
First of all, I'd like to give a vote of thanks to the committee's support staff for this long, five-hour meeting. I would also request that they have access to coffee, refreshments and food.
View Sukh Dhaliwal Profile
Lib. (BC)
After being landed in Calgary in 1984, I went to the University of Calgary and then moved to British Columbia. Western Canada is where my heart has always been.
Bob and John, you mentioned $500 and $600 per animal. Can you tell me the amount of wealth that will bring to western Canada, not per head but in terms of total amount?
View Sukh Dhaliwal Profile
Lib. (BC)
I'm talking about the beef and the agriculture, the whole industry.
View Sukh Dhaliwal Profile
Lib. (BC)
Thank you.
Chief Bellegarde, would first nations in British Columbia benefit from this new agreement? Are they generally happy with the way it's gone?
View Sukh Dhaliwal Profile
Lib. (BC)
Mr. DiCaro, you have Unifor workers in British Columbia as well. Can you tell me how the new agreement will overcome some of the challenges and enhance opportunities in British Columbia?
View John Aldag Profile
Lib. (BC)
Good afternoon, everyone, and welcome to our environment committee hearings today.
The idea for today was to have a couple of panels to talk about the recent report that we saw on the biodiversity loss we're facing worldwide.
Thank you to each of our panellists for joining us today. We are expecting votes some time during this period. We don't know exactly how the afternoon is going to unfold. The way the process works is that we will have opening statements from each of our three panellists. We're hoping for opening comments in the seven-minute range and then we can get into questions and answers.
I use a handy card system. The yellow card means there is one minute left in the time allocated, and the red card means it's time to move on to the next person, but don't stop mid-sentence: just wrap up whatever it is you're saying and finish the thought. We're a fairly amicable group.
On our first panel, we have Dr. Kai Chan, Professor and an author of the report we'll be talking about today. We also have Dr. Jeremy Kerr, Professor of Biology, Faculty of Science, from the University of Ottawa. By video conference, from the Nature Conservancy of Canada, we have Dan Kraus, Senior Conservation Biologist.
Thank you to the three of you for being here.
Dr. Chan, we'll start with you.
View John Aldag Profile
Lib. (BC)
Thank you for those opening comments.
I'll move now to you, Mr. Kerr, if you'd like to take your time for seven minutes or so.
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