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I'd like to, but that really is impossible.
Pardon me for interrupting, but I absolutely want to hear from the last few witnesses. We were talking about mandatory consultations.
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Mr. Chair, I understand that, but please allow me to repeat my questions to the witnesses.
I'm asking our witnesses to state their general priorities. I understand all their grievances, their sadness and their frustration. We can't require the provincial government to do anything. However, I want to hear what they expect from the federal government, what general priority they would like to see included in the act.
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Good morning everyone.
My name is Alupa Clarke. I am French Canadian and I come from Quebec. I am proud to be a member of Parliament and of the Conservative Party of Canada. I am also the deputy critic for official languages for my party.
I am preparing to present to the shadow cabinet a report on modernizing this legislation and how to go about doing it. Therefore, do not hesitate to share with us your priorities for its eventual modernization.
I would also like to thank you for everything you do in your daily lives to promote the French fact in Saskatchewan. I look forward to hearing from you.
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Thank you, Mr. Chair.
Good morning, everyone. We are delighted to be here in Vancouver, and to be meeting with the OLMCs in the area.
Beyond the specific nature of each of the groups and understanding your concerns, our objective is to find out your three absolute priorities in terms of modernizing the Official Languages Act. In addition, you have already spoken about the action plan, but I would like to hear you talk about it some more.
Let's start with Mr. Pajot.
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When the federal government wants to dispose of a piece of land that it owns, steps must be followed. First, provinces have to be asked if they want it. If a province says that it does not, they then have to ask the City of Vancouver if they want it. There is a pecking order than must be followed.
Are you suggesting that francophone communities should have priority for those lands? Do you believe that the francophone communities should be consulted first?
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