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View Paul Chiang Profile
Lib. (ON)
Thank you so much.
Good morning, everybody.
Thank you to the witnesses for taking the time to be here with us today.
My question is directed to the deputy minister of justice. Is it true that some documents, such as handwritten notes, take longer to review because they cannot be machine-read in any way and require a person to directly review the handwritten documents? Could this have affected the disclosure of documents to the Mass Casualty Commission?
View Paul Chiang Profile
Lib. (ON)
Thank you for that, Deputy Minister.
Can you elaborate on the relationship between your department and the minister's office? How do you coordinate with the minister's office, and what boundaries are in place to prevent any sort of political interference?
View Paul Chiang Profile
Lib. (ON)
So there are guardrails in place to stop any political interference. Are there specific guardrails, or is it just an unwritten rule?
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Lib. (ON)
Thank you so much.
Can you discuss the steps taken by legal counsel to review documents and ensure non-partisanship in their decision to release these documents to the public?
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Lib. (ON)
Thank you so much.
I'm sorry. Did you want to elaborate on that? I cut you off.
View Paul Chiang Profile
Lib. (ON)
Yes. Is there non-partisanship in the decision to release these documents?
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Lib. (ON)
Thank you so much.
I will return the rest of my time to the chair.
View Paul Chiang Profile
Lib. (ON)
Thank you, Mr. Chair, and good morning to the witnesses.
Good morning, Minister. Thank you for joining us today. It's good to see you again.
Minister, you outlined the threat posed by Russian disinformation to exploit and amplify divisions that already exist in Canada. In budget 2022, the government proposes to spend “$10 million over five years...to coordinate, develop and implement government-wide measures designed to combat disinformation and protect our democracy.”
View Paul Chiang Profile
Lib. (ON)
Thank you, Minister.
What has our government done to counter disinformation?
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Lib. (ON)
Thank you, Minister.
I will defer the remainder of my time to MP Noormohamed.
View Paul Chiang Profile
Lib. (ON)
Thank you, Mr. Chair.
I'd like to thank the minister and the deputy minister for joining us today for this important discussion about our national security.
Minister, in March you chaired an incident response group meeting discussing Russia's ongoing violation of international law and military aggression towards Ukraine.
Could you provide an update to this committee on the work that is being done within your department to address these serious issues?
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Lib. (ON)
Thank you, Minister.
I understand we've been talking about cybersecurity or cyber-attacks, but due to the war in Ukraine, has Canada stepped up to high alert for cyber-attacks from Russia or any other nation?
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Lib. (ON)
Thank you, Minister.
We know that together Russia and Ukraine account for about 29% of global wheat exports, and Ukraine is also a major exporter of corn. As the world becomes increasingly concerned about the global food emergency resulting from this war, what steps are you taking to ensure that Canada is adequately prepared to address these issues of food shortage?
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Lib. (ON)
Thank you very much, Minister.
Deputy Minister, would you have anything to add to this food shortage issue we have?
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Lib. (ON)
In other words, it impacts everybody, not just Canada alone.
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