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View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Good morning, everyone. I call this meeting to order.
Welcome to meeting number 31 of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security. I am in Treaty 1 territory and also the homeland of the Métis people. Today's meeting is taking place in a hybrid format pursuant to the House order of June 23, 2022.
Pursuant to Standing Order 108(2) and the motion adopted by the committee on Thursday, June 23, 2022, the committee is commencing its study of allegations of political interference in the 2020 Nova Scotia mass murder investigation.
With us today on the first panel is the Honourable Bill Blair, Minister of Emergency Preparedness, and Mr. Rob Stewart, deputy minister of the Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness. Up to five minutes will be given for opening remarks, after which we will proceed with rounds of questions.
Welcome to all.
I now invite Minister Blair to make an opening statement of up to five minutes.
Minister, whenever you're ready, the floor is yours.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you, Minister. You won't have to wait long for those questions, because they're going to start right now.
Opening up this first round, I would now call on Ms. Dancho.
You have six minutes, Ms. Dancho. The floor is yours whenever you're ready to take it.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
You have 10 seconds to be clear.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you. The time is up.
Now I will move to Mr. Noormohamed.
Sir, you have the next slot for six minutes. The floor is yours.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you very much.
I will now turn to Madame Michaud for a six-minute slot.
Madame Michaud, it's good to see you, as always. The floor is yours.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
You have 10 seconds.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you, Minister.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
I would now like to invite Mr. MacGregor to begin his six-minute slot.
Mr. MacGregor, whenever you're ready, the floor is yours.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
You have 10 seconds, Minister.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you.
We now move to a second round of questions, beginning with Mr. Ellis.
Mr. Ellis, welcome to the committee. I'm glad you're here this morning. You have five minutes for this round. The floor is yours.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Yes. I think we have to have a little smoother flow here.
Minister, you have the floor.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
You have 10 seconds, please.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you very much.
I would now call upon Mr. Hardie to take his five-minute slot.
Whenever you're ready, Mr. Hardie, the floor is yours.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Mr. Hardie, you're out of time, but I want to give the minister 15 seconds to answer that question.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you, Minister.
Madame Michaud, I now turn to you. You have two and a half minutes in this round, whenever you're ready.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you. We're out of time.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
I now move to Mr. MacGregor.
Sir, you have a two-and-a-half-minute slot. Whenever you're ready, the clock will go.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
You have 10 seconds, Minister.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you, Minister.
I now move to Mr. Lloyd.
Sir, you have five minutes in this round. The floor is yours.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you very much.
We'll move to Mr. Anandasangaree, who will take us through to the end of this round of questioning.
The floor is yours, sir. You have five minutes starting now.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you, Minister.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you, Minister.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
I'm sorry, but we're out of time. That's always the big challenge and the curse of these meetings: We always run out of time. We've run out of time for this section and for this panel.
Deputy and Minister, thank you very much for the generosity of your time.
Members, thank you for keeping within your time limits.
We will now suspend for a change of technology. It should take about five minutes and no more, so we'll see you all in five.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you, colleagues. We're ready to call the meeting back to order.
Our second panel witnesses are from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police: Commissioner Brenda Lucki; and deputy commissioner Brian Brennan, contract and indigenous policing. They have requested that they split their time.
Commissioner Lucki, you will have seven and a half minutes, and then deputy commissioner, you will have two and a half minutes. Welcome to all of you.
I now invite you, Commissioner Lucki, to begin your opening statement.
The floor is yours.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you, Commissioner.
Now I turn to the deputy commissioner, Mr. Brennan, who has two and a half minutes to complete his opening remarks.
The floor is yours, sir.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you, Deputy Commissioner.
The time for questions has arrived. We will start this round with Ms. Dancho.
Ms. Dancho, you have six minutes. Take the floor.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
You have 10 seconds to finish your answer, Commissioner.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
We're out of time.
Thank you very much.
We now turn to Ms. Damoff.
You have six minutes in this round, Ms. Damoff. Go ahead whenever you're ready.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you, Ms. Damoff.
I will turn it over to Ms. Michaud.
Ms. Michaud, you have six minutes in this round. Take it away.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
I'm sorry, Madame Michaud, but we're out of time. But I want to give the commissioner 15 seconds to answer that question.
Go ahead, Commissioner.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you very much.
Mr. MacGregor, I now turn to you for your six minutes of questioning.
The floor is yours.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
You're out of time, Mr. MacGregor, but I want to give the commissioner 15 seconds to answer that question.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you, Commissioner.
We now move into the second round of questions, and we'll be led off by Mr. Lloyd.
Sir, you have five minutes, whenever you're ready.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Who has a point of order?
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Mr. Fergus, go ahead.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Yes, that's my job, and I will do the best I can to ensure—
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
—that there's the proper toing and froing.
We'll go back to you for an answer, Commissioner.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Go ahead, Mr. Lloyd.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
I saved your time, Mr. Lloyd; don't worry.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you. We're out of time.
I now move to Mr. Noormohamed.
You have five minutes in this round, sir. Go ahead whenever you're ready.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
You have eight seconds left, Mr. Noormohamed.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you.
I'll take that time and move immediately to Ms. Michaud.
Ms. Michaud, you have two and a half minutes in this round. Please begin.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Madame Michaud, you're out of time. You'll have to pose your question very quickly.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Okay.
We are done with that round and we will now move to Mr. MacGregor.
Sir, you too have two and a half minutes. The floor is yours.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you.
We'll now go to Mr. Perkins.
Welcome to the committee, Mr. Perkins. You have five minutes in this slot. Take it away.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you. We're out of time in that round of questioning.
I now move to Mr. Hardie, who will have the last slot in this round.
You have five minutes, sir, whenever you're ready.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
I'm sorry, Mr. Hardie. We're out of time.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
We're out of time for this session.
I would like to thank the witnesses very much for the generosity of their time. This takes us to the end of this panel.
Colleagues, we're more than two hours through a four-hour meeting. I think that probably means that one or more of you may want to make a trip somewhere, even if it's to get a sandwich.
I'm going to suggest that we take a 15-minute break now to give members a chance to do whatever it is they feel obliged or required to do, or want to do. The clerk will give us the go-ahead sign in about 15 minutes when we will proceed with the next panel.
Thank you very much. We're suspended for 15 minutes.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
I would like to call this meeting back to order, everybody.
Our third panel of witnesses are, as individuals, Lee Bergerman, former assistant commissioner and commanding officer of the RCMP in Nova Scotia, and Sharon Tessier, former director general, national communication services, RCMP. From the RCMP, we have Chris Leather, chief superintendent, criminal operations officer, Nova Scotia.
Up to five minutes will be given for opening remarks after which we will proceed with rounds of questions. Each witness in this panel has their own opening remarks to deliver, so that will be three times five minutes each.
Welcome to all.
I now invite each witness to make their opening statement. We will proceed in the order listed on the notice, beginning with Ms. Bergerman.
You have the floor for five minutes. Please go ahead.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you very much.
I would now ask for Ms. Tessier to take the floor for up to five minutes for an opening comment.
Go ahead.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you very much.
I would now like to invite Chief Superintendent Leather.
You have the floor for up to five minutes, whenever you're ready.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Your time is up, sir. You have just 10 seconds, please.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you very much.
Thank you for the opening remarks from all of our witnesses.
We now move into the first round of questioning.
To open, it will be Ms. Dancho.
You have six minutes, whenever you're ready.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
We're out of time, Ms. Dancho.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Now we'll move to Mr. Noormohamed.
Sir, you have six minutes in this round. Whenever you are ready, the floor is yours.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you very much.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
I now turn the floor over to Ms. Michaud.
You have a six-minute slot. The floor is yours, Madame Michaud.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you very much.
I would now invite Mr. MacGregor to begin his six-minute slot of questions. The floor is yours, Mr. MacGregor.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Thank you very much.
We now move to the next round of questions.
This is a five-minute round for you, Mr. Perkins. The floor is yours whenever you're ready.
View Jim Carr Profile
Lib. (MB)
Has this motion been translated and circulated to all members of the committee?
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