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View Earl Dreeshen Profile
CPC (AB)
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2011-03-24 16:22
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Thank you. I tried to get your attention before we went into any particular motion. So may I have the floor?
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View Earl Dreeshen Profile
CPC (AB)
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2011-03-24 16:22
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Thank you.
I wanted to go back to what Mr. Christopherson said when he said that in reality what we're doing is we're looking at the Office of the Auditor General. If it's somebody who's a deputy from the office, they would be the ones being presented here. I don't think specifically it's a personality conflict between the Auditor General and the former commissioner, so I think if it is two months from now or whatever, it's important that the principals from the Auditor General are the ones who are presenting their findings. I don't think it's a one-on-one situation. That was the point I wanted to bring up.
I think a lot of people, when they look at the sorts of things that have been happening, feel that it is two people butting heads here, and I don't believe this is the case. So I would suggest that we don't necessarily have to get caught up in that situation if it happens to be a month or two months from now, as your concern was whether or not Madam Fraser would be able to attend.
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View Earl Dreeshen Profile
CPC (AB)
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2011-03-24 16:23
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We have already passed that motion, so when you're talking about the agent from the Auditor General, you're not specifically talking about Sheila Fraser.
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CPC (AB)
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2011-03-24 16:24
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Thank you.
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View Leon Benoit Profile
CPC (AB)
Good afternoon, everyone.
We're here today to continue our study on energy security in Canada. Today we're looking at the nuclear industry.
We have two panels. In the first panel we have two witnesses. First, from the Canadian Nuclear Association, we have Denise Carpenter, president and chief executive officer. Welcome.
From Bruce Power we have Duncan Hawthorne, president and chief executive officer. Welcome to you.
Thank you both very much for being here. We'll hear your presentations in the order they are listed on the agenda, so we will start with Denise Carpenter, for up to seven minutes, please.
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View Leon Benoit Profile
CPC (AB)
Thank you very much, Ms. Carpenter.
We go now to Duncan Hawthorne, from Bruce Power. Go ahead, please, for up to seven minutes.
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View Leon Benoit Profile
CPC (AB)
Thank you very much, Mr. Hawthorne, for being flexible and for coming with that explanation. I know all members of the committee were looking for that, so thank you very much.
We'll start our questions and comments with Monsieur Coderre, for up to seven minutes.
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View Leon Benoit Profile
CPC (AB)
Ms. Carpenter, go ahead.
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View Leon Benoit Profile
CPC (AB)
Merci, Monsieur Coderre.
Now to the Bloc Québécois, for up to seven minutes. Monsieur Pomerleau.
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View Leon Benoit Profile
CPC (AB)
Merci. We're out of time.
Mr. Cullen, for up to seven minutes.
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View Leon Benoit Profile
CPC (AB)
Thank you, Mr. Cullen. Your time is up.
We'll go now to Mr. Allen for up to seven minutes.
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View Leon Benoit Profile
CPC (AB)
None. I'm really glad you asked. If you hadn't asked, Mr. Allen, I would have let you go forever, pretty much.
We are out of time for the first panel. I want to thank you both very much for your information. It's extremely helpful.
From the Canadian Nuclear Association, Denise Carpenter, president and chief executive officer, thank you.
And Duncan Hawthorne, president and chief executive officer from Bruce Power, thank you.
We will suspend for a couple of minutes as we change panels.
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View Leon Benoit Profile
CPC (AB)
We will reconvene this committee meeting with the second panel. We have two witnesses.
Appearing via video conference from Des Moines, Iowa, as an individual is Dr. Mark Cooper, senior research fellow for economic analysis from the Institute for Energy and the Environment, Vermont Law School. Welcome. Thank you very much for appearing before our committee today.
From Ontario Power Generation Incorporated we have Pierre Tremblay, senior vice-president, nuclear programs and training. We will take the presentations in the order the witnesses appear on the agenda.
We'll start with Dr. Mark Cooper for up to seven minutes. Go ahead, please, sir.
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View Leon Benoit Profile
CPC (AB)
Thank you very much, Doctor, for your presentation.
We go now to our second witness, Pierre Tremblay, from Ontario Power Generation Inc. Go ahead, please, with your presentation for up to seven minutes.
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View Leon Benoit Profile
CPC (AB)
Thank you, Mr. Tremblay, for your presentation.
We'll go now to questions and comments. We start with Mr. Tonks, for up to seven minutes.
Go ahead, please.
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