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View Dean Allison Profile
CPC (ON)
Pursuant to the order of reference of Wednesday, September 30, 2009, we will commence clause-by-clause consideration of Bill C-304, an act to ensure secure, adequate, accessible, and affordable housing for Canadians.
(On clause 5--Conference to be held)
The Chair: I'll go back to where we were when we met on Tuesday. We were at clause 5, and we were looking at amendment LIB-16, which is on page 17.1.
You'll notice that the package you have before you today contains considerably less than what we started with on Tuesday. There's not a whole lot left to work on.
I'm going to turn the floor over to Mr. Kennedy. I believe he was talking about amendment LIB-16.
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CPC (ON)
Okay, so do you want unanimous consent to withdraw amendment LIB-16?
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CPC (ON)
All right. Do we have unanimous consent to withdraw amendment LIB-16?
Some hon. members: Agreed.
The Chair: So then we'll turn to page 17.2, amendment LIB-16.01, and I will turn the floor back over to Mr. Kennedy to speak to that motion.
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CPC (ON)
Is there any discussion on amendment LIB-16.01?
Go ahead, Mr. Jean.
View Brian Jean Profile
CPC (AB)
How do you set up a reporting process for complaints without money? Perhaps Mr. Kennedy could address that. Obviously it's talking about setting up a reporting process for addressing complaints, and I'm not sure how a government sets that up without some form of financial remuneration for the people who would receive those reports, unless they just go into possibly an e-mail that's not answered.
View Dean Allison Profile
CPC (ON)
I'll just comment on that, Mr. Jean. This is about developing the national strategy, not about implementation.
View Brian Jean Profile
CPC (AB)
That's interesting. Thank you.
As a matter of interest for future reference, does Mr. Kennedy have a reference for that from Marleau and Montpetit or any other source? I've not seen it and I'm a bit of a junkie.
View Dean Allison Profile
CPC (ON)
Okay. That's why we have our legislative clerks with us.
Is there any other discussion? I'll call the question on amendment LIB-16.01.
(Amendment agreed to [See Minutes of Proceedings])
The Chair: I'll ask you to turn to page 18 in your handouts and look at amendment LIB-16.1.
Once again I will turn the floor over to Mr. Kennedy to speak to that motion.
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CPC (ON)
All right, is there any discussion on this?
I'll call the question, then, on L-16.1.
(Amendment agreed to [See Minutes of Proceedings])
(Clause 5 as amended agreed to)
(On clause 6—Report)
The Chair: We have a proposed amendment on page 19, the next page in your handouts, and it is L-18.
Once again, Mr. Kennedy, I'll turn the floor over to you to discuss that amendment.
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CPC (ON)
Is there any discussion on amendment L-18? No.
(Amendment agreed to [See Minutes of Proceedings])
(Clause 6 as amended agreed to)
(On clause 2--Definitions)
The Chair: Now we're going to come back to the clauses that we stood down. On clause 2 we have an NDP motion, NDP-1, so we're going to turn back to the first page in your handouts again, to NDP-1 on page 1. If we're all there, then I will get Ms. Leslie to talk to the amendment, then we can have any discussion there is.
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CPC (ON)
Is there any discussion on this? No.
(Amendment agreed to [See Minutes of Proceedings])
The Chair: We're going to move to the second page in your handout, and it's NDP-2, and I will ask Ms. Leslie to speak to this.
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