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View John Williamson Profile
CPC (NB)
Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Minister Kenney, you recently returned from a visit to Iraq, where you visited our men and women in uniform. Based on that trip and other information you might have, could you provide us with an update on Operation Impact to date?
View John Williamson Profile
CPC (NB)
Let me ask you this, Minister. The list you provided is impressive and shows CAF activity in the region. We're going to recess here very shortly. What about the outcomes?
I see a map in front of all of us that shows what appears to be ISIS territory diminishing, but at the same time we're seeing reports where another city fell. When we're home in our districts and folks are asking us about the mission and what the impact is of our involvement with our allies in the area and whether the situation is getting better, how would you describe it?
View John Williamson Profile
CPC (NB)
Can you talk a bit about the morale of the men and women in uniform who are serving in the region you visited recently?
View John Williamson Profile
CPC (NB)
Thank you, Mr. Chair.
I am interested in this issue, especially in the second part of the motion. I think, and the comments we have heard so far indicate, that this is not something we should rush. That is why I think it would be better to deal with the matter in the next Parliament.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-16 11:08
I call this meeting to order. I'd like to thank our guest for joining us today.
Mr. Zealand, we've been trying to connect here for a little bit. We certainly do appreciate your patience in working with us to try to make the accommodation work for all involved.
As you're aware, our study is on recreational fisheries in Canada. We certainly appreciate your taking the time to meet with the committee members to make a presentation and answer committee members' questions. I'm sure our clerk has already advised you that we generally allow about 10 minutes for opening comments and remarks before we proceed to questions and answers. Members are constrained by a certain timeframe, and in light of that, I'd ask you to try to keep your responses as concise as possible to allow as many questions as possible throughout the process.
Whenever you're ready, Mr. Zealand, if you'd like to go ahead and make your opening comments, we'd certainly appreciate it. The floor is yours.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-16 11:14
Thank you very much, Mr. Zealand.
We'll move to the question-and-answer period. We'll start off with a 10-minute round. We'll lead off with Mr. Chisholm.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-16 11:25
Thank you, Mr. Cleary.
Mr. Leef.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-16 11:36
Thank you very much, Mr. Zealand and Mr. Leef.
Mr. MacAulay.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-16 11:42
Thank you very much, Mr. MacAulay.
Mr. Sopuck.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-16 11:50
Thank you very much, Mr. Sopuck.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-16 11:50
Mr. Zealand, I want to thank you once again on behalf of the entire committee for being so accommodating with our committee and making sure we had the opportunity to meet together and for you to answer our committee members' questions. We certainly do appreciate it. Once again, thank you very much.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-16 11:50
Thank you, Mr. Zealand.
We'll move on now to Monsieur Lapointe. You wanted the floor.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-16 11:51
Thank you, Monsieur Lapointe.
The following motion has been moved by Mr. Lapointe:
That the Standing Committee on Fisheries and Oceans undertake a study as soon as possible to examine the effects of the declining American Eel population in order to develop an action plan, jointly with the plan prepared by the Quebec Department of Energy and Natural Resources, designed to: (1) reverse the decline in the population; (2) increase the economic activity generated both domestically and internationally by this fishery; (3) preserve the eel fishing techniques in Kamouraska as part of our intangible marine heritage; and (4) designate the American Eel as a species of "special concern" under the Species at Risk Act, and that the Committee report its findings and recommendations to the House at the earliest opportunity.
On the motion, Mr. Kamp....
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-16 11:52
That's fine.
It's been moved by Mr. Kamp that the committee move in camera.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-16 11:52
We'll suspend for a moment until we go in camera.
[Proceedings continue in camera]
[Public proceedings resume]
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-16 11:59
Before we adjourn, Mr. Weston, you wanted the floor.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-16 11:59
Thank you, Mr. Weston.
Mr. Chisholm.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-16 12:00
Thank you, Mr. Chisholm.
Some hon. members: Hear, hear!
The Chair: Mr. MacAulay.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-16 12:00
Before we rise here today I want to echo a lot of the sentiments, Randy. As chair of this committee it's been a real pleasure to work with you over the last almost seven years. Certainly I think we've done a lot of good things here together as a committee, and to all committee members today, it's been a great experience working with all of you.
One of the things that I take a lot of pride in as part of this committee for the last seven years is that we've always had unanimous reports. That's something that other committees cannot say. We may not have produced a lot of reports at times but we have always had unanimous reports and we've gone that extra mile. I certainly appreciate the efforts that all of you have made over the last seven years. I especially appreciate your contribution to that, Randy.
Thank you very much.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-16 12:01
No, but just in case it is.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-16 12:02
Mr. Weston.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-16 12:02
If the committee agrees—
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-16 12:02
We would need unanimous consent.
Georges advises me that if the committee agrees, the comments can be taken out of camera and printed if that is the committee's wish.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-16 12:03
Is there consent?
Some hon. members: Agreed.
The Chair: Mr. Cleary.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-16 12:03
On that note we'll adjourn.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-04 11:03
I call this meeting to order.
I'd like to thank our guests for joining us today. As you're no doubt aware, we're studying recreational fisheries in Canada. We certainly do appreciate your taking the time today to appear before this committee to provide us with some remarks and comments, and to answer committee members' questions.
I'm sure the clerk has already advised you that we generally allow about 10 minutes for opening comments and remarks, and then we proceed into questions by and answers for committee members. When you're answering the questions of our committee members, I would ask that you try to keep your responses as concise as possible, as members are constrained by time limits. This will allow them to get in as many questions as possible.
Having said all that, I do appreciate your time here today.
We're going to cover one little item of housekeeping before we move to the start of your remarks, so I'll turn the floor over to Monsieur Lapointe at this time.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-04 11:05
Thank you very much, Monsieur Lapointe.
Notice has been given for that motion.
We'll now move into remarks by our guests, and I'm not sure who will lead off .
Monsieur Boudreault or Monsieur Raymond, the floor is yours at this point, if you want to proceed with your opening comments.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-04 11:19
Thank you very much.
Now we'll move into the question period. We'll start off with a 10-minute round by Mr. Lapointe.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-04 11:30
Thank you, Monsieur Lapointe.
Mr. Sopuck.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-04 11:39
Thank you very much.
Mr. MacAulay.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-04 11:45
Thank you, Mr. MacAulay.
Now we'll move to Mr. Kamp.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-04 11:52
Mrs. Davidson.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-04 11:59
Thank you, Ms. Davidson.
Gentlemen, on behalf of the entire committee, thank you for appearing today before our committee and taking the time to answer our questions. It was greatly appreciated.
This committee will suspend for a few moments as we prepare for our next witnesses. Thank you, gentlemen.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-04 12:04
I'll call this meeting back to order. I'd like to thank our guests for appearing before us today and taking the time to make presentations, opening remarks and comments, and answering committee members' questions.
As you're no doubt aware, we're studying recreational fishing in Canada, and I know committee members are quite anxious to hear from you about your perspective on the situation here today.
I will ask that when we go into questions, perhaps you could keep your responses as concise as possible, as committee members are constrained by certain time limits and want to get in as many questions as possible in that timeframe.
We generally allow about 10 minutes for opening comments and remarks by our presenters. Once again, we do appreciate your taking the time to appear before us.
I'll ask Monsieur Plourde to start. If you're prepared to make your opening statements at this time, the floor is yours.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-04 12:16
Monsieur Plourde, I'm going to have to ask you to start to bring your remarks to a conclusion.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-04 12:17
Thank you very much, Monsieur Plourde.
Monsieur Lévesque, Monsieur Bouchard, the floor is yours now.
Could I ask you gentlemen to each identify yourselves for the translation and for Hansard purposes.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-04 12:30
Thank you very much, gentlemen.
We'll now move into our question period with an eight-minute round, starting with Monsieur Lapointe.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-04 12:39
Monsieur Lapointe, your time is up.
Mr. Weston.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-04 12:48
Mr. MacAulay.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-04 12:56
Thank you, Mr. MacAulay.
Mr. Leef.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-04 13:03
Thank you very much, Monsieur Plourde.
Thank you, Mr. Leef.
Gentlemen, on behalf of the entire committee, I want to say thank you today for taking the time to make presentations to this committee and to answer committee members' questions. It was greatly appreciated.
There being no further business, this committee now stands adjourned.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-02 11:04
I'll call this meeting to order.
I'd like to thank our guests for joining us here today. We certainly do appreciate your taking the time out of your schedules to appear before our committee to make some remarks and also to answer questions that committee members might have for you following those remarks.
I would ask that you try to keep your responses as concise as possible when responding to committee members. They're constrained by time limits, so if you could try to respect that as much as possible, we certainly would appreciate it.
I assume the clerk has advised you that we generally allow about 10 minutes for opening remarks and comments. Outside of that, I think we're ready to proceed.
Mr. Samson, I believe you're going to go first. I understand that you have to leave partway through our meeting. We appreciate your being here today and giving us what time you can.
Mr. Samson, whenever you want to proceed, the floor is yours.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-02 11:06
Yes, we can. We can hear you fine, Mr. Samson.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-02 11:08
I guess we have some technical difficulties. We've lost Mr. Samson.
Mr. Fordham, would you like to start with your remarks?
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-02 11:08
He's still there. Sorry. We lost the video of you. There you are.
You're back, Mr. Samson. Please proceed.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-02 11:17
Mr. Samson, I have to ask you to conclude at this point.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-02 11:17
Thank you very much, Mr. Samson.
Mr. Fordham, the floor is yours, sir.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-02 11:27
Very quickly, Mr. Fordham.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-02 11:28
Thank you very much, Mr. Fordham.
Now we'll move into the question and answer period.
We'll start off with Mr. Cleary.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-02 11:39
Thank you very much, gentlemen.
Mr. Leef.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-02 11:49
Thank you very much, Mr. Leef.
Mr. MacAulay.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-02 11:58
Thank you very much, Mr. MacAulay.
Ms. Davidson.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-02 12:06
Thank you, Ms. Davidson.
Mr. Fordham, on behalf of the committee I want to thank you very much for taking the time today to bring your remarks to us and for answering questions from the committee members. It certainly is appreciated.
The committee will suspend for a few moments while we set up for our next witnesses.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-02 12:10
I'll call this meeting back to order.
I'd like to thank our guests for joining us here today and taking the time to meet with the committee to share your thoughts and answer committee members' questions. You're no doubt aware that we're studying recreational fisheries in Canada. We appreciate your taking the time to be with us.
Committee members are constrained by certain time limits for their questions and answers, so I'd ask you, when you're responding to committee members' questions, to try to keep your responses as concise as possible, because they try to get as many questions in as possible in that timeframe.
Having said that, we're prepared now to hear opening remarks and comments from each of you. The clerk no doubt has advised you that we generally allow about 10 minutes for opening comments and remarks and then will proceed to committee members' questions following that.
Ms. Negus, if you want to, start off with your remarks, and then we'll follow with Mr. Regan.
Any time you're ready, the floor is yours.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-02 12:21
Thank you very much.
Mr. Regan, the floor is yours whenever you are ready, sir.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-02 12:31
Mr. Regan, I hate to interrupt, but could I ask you to start to bring your remarks to a conclusion. We're running short of time.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-02 12:33
Thank you very much, Mr. Regan.
We'll move into an eight-minute round of questions.
Mr. Harris will start off.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-02 12:42
Thank you very much, Mr. Harris.
Mr. Sopuck.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-02 12:49
Thank you very much, Mr. Sopuck.
Mr. MacAulay.
View Rodney Weston Profile
CPC (NB)
View Rodney Weston Profile
2015-06-02 12:56
Thank you, Mr. MacAulay.
Mr. Weston.
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