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View Sean Casey Profile
Lib. (PE)
View Sean Casey Profile
2020-03-12 11:53
I want to come back to the same point, that there is a weakness in the STIR/SHAKEN framework because of its unfairness to smaller players. You've indicated that this is not easily solved. Is this a case in which the perfect is the enemy of the good?
Is this a fatal flaw and one that would justify our not pursuing this, given that it appears that only the Bell network-blocking solution is one that might work?
View Sean Casey Profile
Lib. (PE)
View Sean Casey Profile
2020-03-12 11:55
That also ties into something you said earlier about trying to stay ahead of the fraudsters. For this framework, I take it the history in other jurisdictions has been positive. Are we yet at the stage that the fraudsters are catching up and we need the next generation?
View Sean Casey Profile
Lib. (PE)
View Sean Casey Profile
2020-03-12 11:55
Mr. Lawford, I'm quite interested in your comments about something else that holds promise: this technology that's available through Bell. Your question was whether it will be sold to us or offered for free.
What would be the societal risk of its being offered for free? What sort of reaction can we anticipate from Bell? Would we be deprived of it if it were mandated to be free?
View Robert Morrissey Profile
Lib. (PE)
Thank you, Chair.
Slide 3 says “cautious, critical, critical, uncertain, uncertain, uncertain, critical, uncertain”. There is not much positive in the full east coast map of the state of the stocks.
My question is—and I wonder whether you have made this inference—why does the department not have more detailed, specific science on how we arrived at where we are now?
View Robert Morrissey Profile
Lib. (PE)
It's the answer that I'm looking for.
View Robert Morrissey Profile
Lib. (PE)
Thank you. I want to go back to that, but do you have the statistical breakdown of the primary use of the herring that is harvested? Do you have it by region? Is that information available? How much of the actual catch is going toward bait and how much is going for food? Is there a breakdown on what the resource is being used for?
View Robert Morrissey Profile
Lib. (PE)
Do you have it? I would like to establish what the dependance is on the stock for bait versus what is being used to export, because there would be limited consumption within the country. Most would be exports.
Could you get that information?
View Robert Morrissey Profile
Lib. (PE)
Okay. I would like to have that.
The next question is about, and I quote, “predation...is an area of active research”. Could you describe “active research” for the committee?
View Robert Morrissey Profile
Lib. (PE)
I'm sure we'll have time to come back to that.
View Wayne Easter Profile
Lib. (PE)
I call the meeting to order. Pursuant to Standing Order 108(2), we'll begin our study of corporate subsidies with officials from the Department of Industry, or ISED, as well as individuals from the Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency and the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency.
Mr. Davies, I believe you have opening remarks, and then I gather we'll go to questions from members, unless somebody else wants to add remarks with you.
Go ahead, Mr. Davies.
View Wayne Easter Profile
Lib. (PE)
Thank you very much, Mr. Davies.
Just for the information of committee members as well, we have the witnesses on your sheet. As well, there are two individuals from the Department of Finance here should there be questions that need to be answered from their perspective as well. The assistant deputy minister, economic development and corporate finance branch is here, as well as the director general, business income tax division. If need be, we'll call you folks to the table.
With that, we will turn to the first round of questions. It will be a six-minute round.
Mr. Poilievre.
View Wayne Easter Profile
Lib. (PE)
We will give Mr. Davies equal time to respond, Mr. Poilievre.
Hon. Pierre Poilievre: Sure.
The Chair: Go ahead, Mr. Davies. Finish your first answer, if you like.
View Wayne Easter Profile
Lib. (PE)
Thank you to you both. We'll bring you in a little later if we can, Ms. Johnston.
Mr. Fraser.
View Wayne Easter Profile
Lib. (PE)
Thank you.
We're turning now to Mr. Ste-Marie, and then to Mr. Julian.
View Wayne Easter Profile
Lib. (PE)
Thank you very much.
Mr. Julian, you have six minutes.
If anybody else has another point they think should be raised, just tip your hand and I'll catch you.
Go ahead, Mr. Julian.
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