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Lib. (PE)
I will call the meeting to order.
Welcome to meeting number 58 of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance. Pursuant to Standing Order 108(2) and the motion adopted by the committee on Tuesday, April 27, 2021, the committee is meeting to study the Canada Revenue Agency's efforts to combat tax avoidance and evasion.
Today's meeting is taking place in the hybrid format, pursuant to the House order of January 25 of this year. Therefore, members are attending in person in the room and remotely using the Zoom application. The proceedings will be made available via the House of Commons website. I think we all know here that only the person speaking shows up when we're in session.
With that, we are fortunate today to have here the Minister of National Revenue, the Honourable Diane Lebouthillier. She'll have a few opening remarks for about seven minutes, I gather.
Thank you, Minister. Not all ministers give us their remarks the night before in both official languages. We appreciate that.
With the minister is Ted Gallivan, assistant commissioner, compliance programs branch, who has been here many a time. We welcome him, as well.
We will start with the minister—
View Wayne Easter Profile
Lib. (PE)
No, I don't believe so, Mr. Kelly. I find that the ministers do like to have an opportunity to make their statement. I think it's one of the reasons we don't get them if we take that opportunity away from them.
On this one I'm going to allow the minister to make her statement and thank her for her courtesy. It gives us, as members, time to better prepare questions.
Madam Minister.
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Lib. (PE)
Thank you very much, Madam Minister. Thank you for the comments.
It sometimes makes me wonder, with the comments I've gotten lately, that maybe a person should retire more often.
The lineup for the first round of questions is Mr. Kelly and Mr. Lawrence. They'll split the first six minutes, followed by Ms. Dzerowicz, Mr. Ste-Marie and Mr. Julian.
Mr. Kelly, I believe you're up first or it might be Mr. Lawrence.
Go ahead.
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Lib. (PE)
I have to go back to Mr. Lawrence.
View Wayne Easter Profile
Lib. (PE)
I'll let it go back to Mr. Kelly.
View Wayne Easter Profile
Lib. (PE)
This is the last question, Pat. We're a little over, but that's okay.
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Lib. (PE)
Do you want to take that one, Mr. Gallivan?
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Lib. (PE)
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Lib. (PE)
Okay.
If you have a very quick comment, Mr. Gallivan, I will give it to you, but be very quick.
View Wayne Easter Profile
Lib. (PE)
Okay. We'll move on to Ms. Dzerowicz, followed by Mr. Ste-Marie.
Julie.
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Lib. (PE)
There is a point of order. Who is it from?
View Wayne Easter Profile
Lib. (PE)
Mr. Julian, that's not a point of order. That's debate.
You have about 50 seconds left between the two of you.
Ms. Dzerowicz.
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Lib. (PE)
Minister, you have 30 seconds or less.
View Wayne Easter Profile
Lib. (PE)
We'll go on to Mr. Ste-Marie, followed by Mr. Julian.
Mr. Ste-Marie, I believe you're in the room. Go ahead. The floor is yours for six minutes.
View Wayne Easter Profile
Lib. (PE)
Thank you, both.
Mr. Julian will be next, and then we have a split between Mr. Falk and Mrs. Jansen, followed by....
Mr. Sorbara, if you're replacing Mr. Fraser, you're in the next round after Mrs. Jansen.
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