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View Pierre Paul-Hus Profile
CPC (QC)
When you undertook the study on the trip the Prime Minister took to India, it was likely because a matter of national security would normally be involved. Is that correct?
View Pierre Paul-Hus Profile
CPC (QC)
Minister Goodale appeared before this committee during the hearings on Bill C-59, I believe. At that time, he told us that he could not answer certain questions because it was a matter of national security. After that, in the House of Commons, Minister Goodale said the opposite. Daniel Jean also testified before our committee that it was not a matter of national security.
In your opinion, is it a matter of national security?
View David McGuinty Profile
Lib. (ON)
In the report, we included a letter to the Prime Minister in which we clearly deal with it.
We told him that, as per our terms of reference, we had examined the allegations of foreign interference, of risks to the Prime Minister’s security, and of inappropriate use of intelligence.
The report deals with those three matters specifically. The Department of Justice clearly redacted the report and revised it.
View Pierre Paul-Hus Profile
CPC (QC)
Your report on the trip to India mentions that the Prime Minister’s Office did not screen the visitors well and that an error in judgment was probably made.
Has the Prime Minister or a member of his staff responded to your recommendations?
View K. Kellie Leitch Profile
CPC (ON)
Thank you all for presenting.
My mom was a stay-at-home mom and had a grade 10 education, and for better or worse, this is how I and my siblings turned out.
I have a quick question for you with respect to health care. Each of you touched on it. I know two of you are nurses. I'm a pediatric surgeon myself.
With respect to your position as seniors, are you finding it challenging to access the things you need as a family? You all mentioned that, because of making a choice to stay at home, you don't have those additional benefits that we know do come with employment as well. CPP is one thing, but health benefits also come with employment.
Do you find that a challenge for your families?
Mary Moody
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Mary Moody
2019-04-04 10:21
Can I answer this? Yes, I do.
When you get older, it costs a lot more for drugs. I've currently been put on a drug that I have to pay for, which is $5,000 a year.
One of the biggest things I miss in not working is the perk that your travel medical is covered forevermore. We do not have that perk. I consider it incredible when you do. We no longer can travel. My insurance to travel now is currently $2,000 for the year. My husband is 84, and his is more. Hence, we no longer can travel because of this, but if we had this paid for the rest of our lives.... We have friends who are practically at death's door, and they are able to go to California, to Mexico, to Europe. We cannot.
View K. Kellie Leitch Profile
CPC (ON)
It creates an inequity in your lifestyle compared to your colleagues.
Mary Moody
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Mary Moody
2019-04-04 10:22
Yes, definitely. It's a huge thing.
View K. Kellie Leitch Profile
CPC (ON)
I think it's one thing that we don't appreciate as Canadians, that when you make a choice to stay with your family, of which I think I've been a beneficiary, there are significant limitations that are outside of just strict financial ones.
View K. Kellie Leitch Profile
CPC (ON)
I have one last question. It will be directed to you again.
We have challenges in having women involved in politics. The previous panel mentioned travel. Having come from a northern community, I recognize how long it probably took you to get here. We obviously have these physical barriers. For example, my sister would never consider running, and her flight would only be from Calgary. Do you have any thoughts on dealing with the management of the travel issue?
Madeleine Redfern
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Madeleine Redfern
2018-09-26 17:14
The biggest issue I have regarding travel is that when our Inuit male leaders travel with their female staff, they think it's a benefit and a perk that they can sexually harass, sexually assault or have relationships with women on the road. I know that's not answering your question, but the bigger problem is that outside the workplace, many of our leaders or managers believe those workplace rules don't exist.
View Stephanie Kusie Profile
CPC (AB)
Thank you very much, Monsieur Shugart.
I am also very proud to have designed the critical paths for consular activity for Canadians on both the travel.gc.ca website and application. Canadians rely on these tools for safe travel abroad; however, the audit report also indicated that mandatory cyclical reviews of its online travel advice and advisories were not always completed on schedule.
Mr. Shugart, how could the government not mandate this critical task, leaving Canadians with incomplete information prior to making critical travel decisions, please?
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