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View Denise Poirier-Rivard Profile
BQ (QC)
Thank you Mr. Chairman.
Good morning, Ms. Gravel and Mr. Cury. I would like you to explain how you deal with complaints. It says here that the Agency can take up to 120 days to issue a decision when a disabled person files a complaint relating to an obstacle to mobility. That is four months, which seems like a rather long time. Why does it take so long? Could we not try to help those involved by shortening the timeframe?
View Denise Poirier-Rivard Profile
BQ (QC)
What you are saying, then, is that there is a great deal of paper to take care of. That is why it takes four months for you to render a decision.
View Denise Poirier-Rivard Profile
BQ (QC)
Do you think that the current budget of the Canada Transportation Agency allows it to properly fulfil its mandate in the area of accessible transportation?
View Denise Poirier-Rivard Profile
BQ (QC)
How many of the agency's 260 employees deal exclusively with accessible transportation issues?
View Denise Poirier-Rivard Profile
BQ (QC)
The Canadian Transportation Agency has the power to adopt regulations to eliminate obstacles to the mobility of disabled persons. However, no new regulations have been adopted since 1994, as the agency has preferred to develop voluntary codes of practice.
Do you think that these voluntary codes of practice represent an efficient way to promote the accessibility of disabled persons to various modes of transportation?
View Denise Poirier-Rivard Profile
BQ (QC)
Could you tell us about the people who take care of persons with a disability. Are they given any special training?
View Denise Poirier-Rivard Profile
BQ (QC)
You did say that they are given two days of training. That seems rather short. For example, one would need special training to deal with a passenger who is afraid of flying.
View Denise Poirier-Rivard Profile
BQ (QC)
Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
You have a very impressive resume, Mr. Young. You served as assistant team leader on a social security reform initiative.
Was this a political appointment, or a public service position?
View Denise Poirier-Rivard Profile
BQ (QC)
This brings me to the following question. What qualifications do you have that make you a suitable candidate for the position of Librarian? Could you be specific?
View Denise Poirier-Rivard Profile
BQ (QC)
What future vision do you have for the Library of Parliament? Which issues and areas would you like to focus on more specifically during your tenure?
View Denise Poirier-Rivard Profile
BQ (QC)
In your opinion, will you have more work and more research to do if a minority government is elected?
View Denise Poirier-Rivard Profile
BQ (QC)
Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Sirs, I consulted the Public Safety website at www.SafeCanada.ca. Aboriginals, children and adults can easily access the information on this web site.
Is there some reason why the website does not include a portal for persons with disabilities?
View Denise Poirier-Rivard Profile
BQ (QC)
If I understand correctly, you're telling me that information is available to the visually impaired and that they can easily access information in the event of a disaster. Correct?
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