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View Julie Vignola Profile
BQ (QC)
Thank you, Mr. Chair.
Thank you, Minister and senior officials, for being with us today.
I sense that you can guess that my questions relate to Canada's National Shipbuilding Strategy. As part of that strategy, you expect to accept delivery of the second Arctic offshore patrol ship, or AOPS, in 2021‑2022. The first AOPS was delivered in July 2020 and is expected to be commissioned this summer, in 2021.
You expect to sign a strategic partnership agreement with a third shipyard in the spring of 2021, which should be the Davie shipyard, in theory. Spring normally ends around June 21. How are the negotiations to include Davie as a third partner going?
View Julie Vignola Profile
BQ (QC)
Thank you.
I'm going to go back to the AOPS. Are you satisfied with the operational testing on the first AOPS?
What problems were identified during the testing?
View Julie Vignola Profile
BQ (QC)
Yes, obviously, but what problems were identified?
View Julie Vignola Profile
BQ (QC)
In December 2020, we learned that the government had plans to expand and restore the Esquimalt shipyard, close to Vancouver, the last shipyard that belongs to the government.
What is the status of the work at the Esquimalt site?
View Julie Vignola Profile
BQ (QC)
You're not answering my question. I asked you...
View Julie Vignola Profile
BQ (QC)
I asked you how the expansion and repairs to the Esquimalt yard were progressing.
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BQ (QC)
View Julie Vignola Profile
BQ (QC)
All right.
When it comes to the Esquimalt shipyard, we're still talking about nearly $3 billion in renovations. I hope there is a plan as to how it will be spent.
View Julie Vignola Profile
BQ (QC)
You can answer it, deputy minister.
View Julie Vignola Profile
BQ (QC)
Without providing a figure, can you tell us if there is a plan for the renovations?
View Julie Vignola Profile
BQ (QC)
I want to come back to Seaspan's Vancouver Shipyards. From what I've heard, the Esquimalt yard is leased to different companies, including Seaspan's Vancouver Shipyards, which leases 80% of the yard time. They pay the Government of Canada for the use of the yard. How much revenue is generated from this lease?
View Julie Vignola Profile
BQ (QC)
Thank you very much, Mr. Chair.
I'm going to talk about delivery schedules, among other things.
The 2021‑2022 main estimates set aside a little over $70 million to put in place measures for DoD to follow up on shipbuilding contracts.
My question is this. Is PSPC going to be involved in these tracking measures?
View Julie Vignola Profile
BQ (QC)
Thank you very much, Madam Minister.
View Julie Vignola Profile
BQ (QC)
Thank you.
Earlier, we talked briefly about prequalifications. I know that Davie Shipbuilding requested an additional deferral.
That said, some previously qualified yards were subsequently granted a deferral in order to be able to comply with requirements.
What explains why it took so long for the Davie yard to be qualified, while others had additional deferrals to comply with the requirements, even though they were already qualified?
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BQ (QC)
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