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View David Wilks Profile
CPC (BC)
Thank you very much.
Dr. Ionescu, I wonder if you could talk a little more about the two biomarkers you test for. You referred to them as EGFR and ALK. What are they exactly and what do they do?
View David Wilks Profile
CPC (BC)
Thank you very much.
View David Wilks Profile
CPC (BC)
Well beyond my understanding.
Voices: Oh, oh!
Dr. Diana Ionescu: Sorry.
View David Wilks Profile
CPC (BC)
Thank you very much, Chair.
I thank the witnesses for being here today.
Carrying on with that conversation, Mr. Dade, as a retired member of the RCMP, I'm always interested in and fascinated by shared intelligence, which you mentioned with regard to the trilateral agreements. I'm wondering where the weak link is, or whether there is a weak link with regard to shared intelligence. How much more can we improve upon that?
View David Wilks Profile
CPC (BC)
Mr. Robertson.
View David Wilks Profile
CPC (BC)
Thank you.
Mr. Wilson, do you have anything to add?
View David Wilks Profile
CPC (BC)
View David Wilks Profile
CPC (BC)
Thanks, Mr. Chair.
If I have time left, I'll share it with the parliamentary secretary.
This is a very interesting conversation. I'm retired from the RCMP and have seen my share of crap over the years. We all deal with it differently.
But I was very intrigued, Mr. Savoia, with what you said. I've gone through a couple of critical incidents—stress times in my life—with regard to a team coming in. The jury's out on those. It may have worked for a couple of the people who were in them. I don't know if it worked for me or not. But c'est la vie.
I do agree with you, and you mentioned it quite clearly with regard to the incident that bothered you but didn't bother your partner. Why not? I don't know.
I counted them up once, and I think I've gone to about 112 fatals, sudden deaths, in my 20 years. Why not me? I don't know. Am I one of the lucky ones? I have no clue.
But I do know there are far-reaching other problems that come with that. One of those for me, as well as for a lot of my colleagues—and I can't speak for everyone—is that we end up imbibing a little more than we should, shall we say; and it becomes a bit of a habit. For me, I ended up going to treatment for it, and fortunately I'm here today. Again, I'm one of the lucky ones.
But this is where I'd like to hear from Mr. Marks and Mr. Savoia. When it comes to those who serve, whether it's firemen, policemen, or the military—and I heard you say it earlier, and we'll agree to disagree a little bit on this—I truly believe that where we missed the mark is in dealing peer to peer; because, as you said earlier, there's this John Wayne attitude. We're afraid to come forward, because we're afraid of what the public will think of us. But that's not necessarily the case when it's peer to peer, as long as it's kept that way.
So, I'd like both of you to talk a little bit with regard to how we can move forward as a nation dealing with peer to peer consultation—if you want to call it that—or talking this thing out. That's been the best for me during my career, to talk to someone who could relate to what I had gone through; because talking to someone who can't relate to me is like talking to that wall.
Go ahead, please.
View David Wilks Profile
CPC (BC)
Thank you, Mr. Chair, and thank you, everyone, for being here.
I wanted to continue on the questioning that Mr. Dechert had for Mr. Saunders with regard to expenditures of the $130 million through the drug, Criminal Code, and terrorism prosecution program, specific to the prosecution for drug offences. Do you have the ability to provide to the committee a breakdown of the prosecutions vis-à-vis minor possession, possession for trafficking, trafficking, and those types of things?
View David Wilks Profile
CPC (BC)
View David Wilks Profile
CPC (BC)
Of the $130 million that is available for expenditures on drug offences, the Criminal Code, and terrorism, what is the breakdown, because you said $4 million? How much for drugs and how much for the Criminal Code then?
View David Wilks Profile
CPC (BC)
Okay, if you can provide that, it would be great.
Do you also have any statistics with regard to terrorism and with regard to the number of investigations pursuant to section 83.28 of the Criminal Code, which is specific to terrorism, and the number of prosecutions, and the number of convictions?
View David Wilks Profile
CPC (BC)
Okay, thank you very much.
View David Wilks Profile
CPC (BC)
Okay, good enough. Thank you.
I'm expecting this might go to Monsieur Legault or Mr. Piragoff.
Under the 2015-16 main estimates, it says:
As the primary legal services provider to other government departments and agencies, the Department of Justice collects fees for services rendered. An additional $296.2 million is planned to be collected and expended in 2015–16 under the department’s Net Vote Revenue Authority.
How much of that $296.2 million is from fees, and what are the total expenses related to the provision of the legal services?
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