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View Yvonne Jones Profile
Lib. (NL)
View Yvonne Jones Profile
2021-06-14 12:14
Thank you, Mr. Chair.
I want to thank our panellists this morning for some wonderful presentations.
I have a couple of things.
As you know, with respect to the hydrogen strategy for Canada, we've already put it out there. The objective is both to ensure there is more development and also to have the right regulatory measures and so on.
Mr. Moore, I appreciate the suggestions you made in your presentation. I would ask that you follow those up in more detail so that our committee can look at them as we move into preparing our final report and putting forward our recommendations.
View Yvonne Jones Profile
Lib. (NL)
View Yvonne Jones Profile
2021-06-14 12:15
Okay. That's great. Thanks.
We talked a lot about the infrastructure and the availability of infrastructure to support hydrogen. Is this something that private companies would be taking on and doing more of themselves, or is it profitable for them to be investing right now into the hydrogen industry?
I know it's a direction we have to go. I'm just concerned about the ability for some of these companies to do this and to meet the potential that is out there for this development and the investment that's required. What would be your thoughts on it?
View Yvonne Jones Profile
Lib. (NL)
View Yvonne Jones Profile
Lib. (NL)
View Yvonne Jones Profile
2021-06-14 12:17
One of the things we've been hearing is the economic profitability of doing this for some Canadian energy companies, and that's where my question is going, maybe in terms of Hydrogène Québec.
Dr. Roy, in your case, when you were presenting, you alluded to this. With the hydrogen that you guys are producing right now, how much energy is used to produce, for example, a tonne of hydrogen?
With regard to transportation of the product, how have you developed that network and been able to make it work from an economic perspective for your company?
View Yvonne Jones Profile
Lib. (NL)
View Yvonne Jones Profile
2021-06-14 12:18
It was to Dr. Roy.
View Scott Simms Profile
Lib. (NL)
Welcome, everybody, back to the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage. Of course, today we are doing some committee business. That is true. However, I think in the first part we want to deal with any of the motions we have out there that we'd like to discuss at this point.
I see a hand up. Monsieur Champoux.
View Scott Simms Profile
Lib. (NL)
Absolutely, Mr. Champoux. That's one of the things I wanted to bring up.
As far as the order of things goes, I see that I have two other people who would like to weigh in, so let me deal with that first before we get to some sort of an agenda about these motions.
Ms. McPherson.
View Scott Simms Profile
Lib. (NL)
Yes, okay. I want to take this sort of as it goes. Can I go to Mr. Rayes first?
View Scott Simms Profile
Lib. (NL)
I'm just trying to come up with an agenda in my head as to what we want to do first.
Mr. Rayes, you have the floor.
View Scott Simms Profile
Lib. (NL)
The short answer is that yes, we did.
Now, Mr. Rayes, do you want me to deal with that in the public portion of the meeting, or do you want to wait until committee business? I was planning to bring it up at committee business. Do you want to deal with it before we go to committee business?
View Scott Simms Profile
Lib. (NL)
Okay. I'll leave that for committee business. I plan to bring that up first when we get into committee business, Monsieur Rayes.
From what I see right now, we have two things to deal with. We have on the table to discuss Ms. McPherson's motion from Friday, June 4. You all have a copy of that. We then go into the motion that was passed unanimously in the House on April 28. We'll get to that in just a few moments.
How about we deal with Ms. McPherson's issue first? She requested at the last meeting that it be brought up and be in public.
Ms. McPherson, you have the floor.
View Scott Simms Profile
Lib. (NL)
Thank you.
Ms. Dabrusin.
View Scott Simms Profile
Lib. (NL)
Mr. Champoux, you have the floor.
View Scott Simms Profile
Lib. (NL)
Mr. Rayes, you have the floor.
View Scott Simms Profile
Lib. (NL)
Okay, very good, Mr. Rayes. You've inspired us to move on.
Seeing no further comment on that, we now go to a vote. You've all seen, read and heard what was put forward by Ms. McPherson. All those in favour?
Some hon. members: Agreed.
(Motion agreed to)
Mr. Chair: I'll bring this up again in the next conversation, folks, when we talk about the agenda that is coming up, but right now, we're going on to what was accepted in the House by unanimous consent. It was resolved.
Mr. Champoux, before I give you the floor, we're just going to paraphrase some of this stuff. It's just a précis, if you don't mind.
That, following the allegations of psychological abuse, neglect, sexual harassment and racial discrimination of five former members of the Canada Artistic Swimming (CAS) Senior National Team by coaches and staff, the House:
This is where I'll cut some of it down. It's fairly lengthy. It goes on:
(a) recognize that national sports organizations are environments which, due in particular to the extremely intense competitive atmosphere
and so on. Then it says:
(b) recognize that it is the responsibility of the government to do everything in its power to protect our high performance athletes
and:
(c) ask the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage to undertake a study on the establishment of an independent body for handling complaints in sport which will establish a climate of trust so that victims can report without fear of reprisals
I know you all have a copy. I thought I would just do that in case anybody is watching us through a webcast, but that's what we're discussing.
Mr. Champoux, you have the floor.
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