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View Ginette Petitpas Taylor Profile
Lib. (NB)
That's great. I just wanted to confirm that there's no additional cost being incurred as a result of working on the development of an app.
View Ginette Petitpas Taylor Profile
Lib. (NB)
That's great.
I think we can all recognize as well, with respect to businesses across the country as I've indicated, that many of them are working to make sure they are prepared to deal with a second wave of COVID-19. All Canadians would expect that we, as parliamentarians, will do all we can to ensure that we can continue to do the important work that Canadians have sent us to do. I think it's very responsible on our part to ensure that we have the tools that we need to use if necessary and that we all stress that we want to be back in Ottawa as soon as possible to be that strong voice for our constituents.
I have another question for Monsieur Aubé. I feel as though I'm picking on you, so my apologies about that. During one of the lines of questioning, perhaps by Madame Blaney but I'm not sure, we talked about the issue of a hybrid system and the possibility that people would vote in person but also electronically, and how we would ensure that that would not take place. Maybe it was Madame Normandin.
You indicated at one point that there would have to be some types of controls put in place in order to ensure that that did not happen. Have you thought about those types of controls? If so, what would they look like?
View Ginette Petitpas Taylor Profile
Lib. (NB)
That's great.
I wonder if Mr. Gagnon has anything to add to that, because we often see him around the table making sure that we are voting appropriately.
View Pat Finnigan Profile
Lib. (NB)
Welcome, everyone, to the 20th meeting of our House of Commons Standing Committee on Agriculture and Agri-Food. We're continuing our study on business risk management programs.
First of all, I will thank my colleague John Barlow for taking the chair at the last meeting. I heard it went quite well, so thank you, John, for doing that.
In calling the meeting to order, I will quickly go over some of the rules to follow.
Interpretation in this video conference will work very much as in a regular committee meeting. At the bottom of your screen, you have the choice of floor, English or French. When you intervene, please make sure that your language channel is set to the language you intend to speak, not floor language. This is very important, as it will reduce the number of times we need to stop because the interpretation is inaudible for our participants, and it will maximize the time we spend exchanging with each other.
We have a few witnesses here. Can I get a nod that you've understood those guidelines? Is everything good? Thank you.
Also, before speaking, please wait until I recognize you by name. When you are ready to speak, you can click on the microphone icon to activate your mike.
Also, make sure your microphone is off when you are not talking.
We are now ready to begin.
I want to welcome our witnesses to today's meeting.
In the first hour, we have the following witnesses: Mr. Mario Rodrigue, acting director general, and Mr. René Roy, administrator, from Les Éleveurs de porcs du Québec; from MNP, Mr. Stuart Person, senior vice president of agriculture, and Mr. Steve Funk, director of agricultural risk management resources; and Mr. Jake Ayre, farmer, from Southern Seed Ltd.
We will begin with opening remarks of seven minutes each.
I will ask the representatives of Les Éleveurs de porcs du Québec to begin. Mr. Rodrigue or Mr. Roy, you have seven minutes in total. Please go ahead.
View Pat Finnigan Profile
Lib. (NB)
We will now go to Mr. Stuart Person and Mr. Steve Funk, from MNP.
Gentlemen, you have seven minutes.
View Pat Finnigan Profile
Lib. (NB)
Thank you, Mr. Funk.
Now we'll go to Mr. Jake Ayre.
Welcome, Mr. Ayre. You have up to seven minutes for your opening statement. Go ahead.
View Pat Finnigan Profile
Lib. (NB)
It looks good. Give it a try.
View Pat Finnigan Profile
Lib. (NB)
Sorry, Mr. Ayre, can you pause for a second? I don't seem to get the French interpretation.
Monsieur Perron, does it work on your end?
View Pat Finnigan Profile
Lib. (NB)
I noticed there was none.
Can we suspend the committee to make sure the interpretation is working, Mr. Clerk?
View Pat Finnigan Profile
Lib. (NB)
Okay. We'll suspend and work with Mr. Ayre to make sure we have good sound.
View Pat Finnigan Profile
Lib. (NB)
Mr. Ayre, you have approximately four minutes left. I'm sorry about the interruption.
You can continue.
View Pat Finnigan Profile
Lib. (NB)
Thank you very much for your statement, Mr. Ayre.
Now we'll go to our questions, and we'll start with Mr. Barlow for up to six minutes.
View Pat Finnigan Profile
Lib. (NB)
Thank you, Mr. Rodrigue.
View Pat Finnigan Profile
Lib. (NB)
Yes, Mr. Lehoux, that is correct.
View Pat Finnigan Profile
Lib. (NB)
Yes, Mr. Drouin.
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