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Lib. (NS)
I call the meeting to order.
Ladies and gentlemen, this is meeting 154 of the Standing Committee on Health and our last meeting for this Parliament.
We have a jammed schedule here today. Actually, we have a vote. We understand the bells will ring at 5:30. I'm seeking unanimous consent to go to 5:45.
Some hon. members: Agreed.
The Chair: Thank you very much. We'll go to 5:45.
Our first witness is Commissioner Brenda Lucki, commissioner of the RCMP. We have her here for half an hour.
Thanks very much for coming on short notice. We appreciate it very much.
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Lib. (NS)
It's a short round so we're going to have one question from each party. We're going to start with....
Sorry, Ms. Lucki, you have an opening statement of 10 minutes. Go ahead.
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Lib. (NS)
Thank you very much.
That's the shortest 10-minute opening statement we've ever had.
We'll go right to our questions with Mr. Ouellette.
You have seven minutes.
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Lib. (NS)
Thank you.
Now we'll go to Ms. Gladu.
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Lib. (NS)
Okay.
Mr. Davies.
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No, you're done.
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Lib. (NS)
Thanks very much.
Now we're going to go back to that side. Is there anyone...? I know that Mr. Ouellette wants a question.
Mr. McKinnon, go ahead, please.
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Did you have a question Mr. Ayoub?
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Thank you very much. That brings us to exactly four o'clock.
I want to thank you again for coming on such short notice.
View Bill Casey Profile
Lib. (NS)
I believe that's the shortest notice we've ever given anybody, and I know you're very busy so I wanted to thank you.
Now we're going to take a break for a couple of minutes and change panels.
Thank you very much.
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Lib. (NS)
We'll reconvene our meeting number 154.
Welcome, guests. We appreciate your taking the time to come to provide us with testimony. We are going to go to 5:10.
I'll introduce our guests. Dr. Judith Bartlett is a retired professor from the faculty of medicine, University of Manitoba. From the DisAbled Women's Network of Canada, we have Sonia Alimi, research coordinator, and Jihan Abbas, researcher. From the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, we have Dr. Lisa Richardson, chair, indigenous health committee. From the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada, we have Dr. Jennifer Blake, chief executive officer.
Thank you very much for coming.
We're going to ask each of you for an opening statement and then we'll go to questions. We'll start with Dr. Bartlett.
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I have to ask you to wind up, if you would. Thanks.
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Dr. Bartlett, I'm sorry. We have to go to the DisAbled Women's Network of Canada now. Thank you.
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Lib. (NS)
Thanks very much.
Now we go to Dr. Richardson.
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