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Lib. (ON)
Can I at least open the meeting?
Voices: Oh, oh!
The Chair: There's a point of order, and I haven't even started yet. What's your point of order?
View Deborah Schulte Profile
Lib. (ON)
Be careful. That was an in camera session, so you just want to make sure that—
View Deborah Schulte Profile
Lib. (ON)
Thank you very much. I, too, am looking forward to a very good meeting.
On that note, I want to welcome the minister back. She has been with us now three times in as many months, so we're really grateful for the amount of time the minister has spent with us in front of committee.
We also have with us the Parliamentary Secretary, Jonathan Wilkinson. We have Daniel Watson, the Parks Canada Agency Chief Executive Officer. We also have Stephen Lucas, who is the Deputy Minister of the Department of the Environment, and Ron Hallman, who is the President of the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency.
It's nice to see all of your faces. You have been with us quite a bit over the last little while. We really welcome you back and look forward to an excellent meeting.
What I will do, then, is turn the floor over to the minister.
You have 10 minutes.
View Deborah Schulte Profile
Lib. (ON)
Thank you very much.
We'll now start questioning with Mr. Bossio. I think he's sharing with Mr. Fisher.
View Deborah Schulte Profile
Lib. (ON)
You were right on time.
Mr. Godin.
View Deborah Schulte Profile
Lib. (ON)
Minister, he's calling a—
View Deborah Schulte Profile
Lib. (ON)
Okay, sorry. Let's hear the point of order.
View Deborah Schulte Profile
Lib. (ON)
Minister, please. Sorry, the point of order is to get back to the question.
View Deborah Schulte Profile
Lib. (ON)
Thank you very much. I'll see if the minister can bring that around to.... I think she was addressing one of the points in the comment.
Go ahead.
View Deborah Schulte Profile
Lib. (ON)
Minister, I'm sorry to interrupt again.
The last two points were not points of order. They were your opinions. I accept your opinion. However, the minister is allowed to answer the questions in whatever way she feels is fit.
Is there a point of order this time?
View Deborah Schulte Profile
Lib. (ON)
Okay, the minister has the floor.
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Lib. (ON)
Another point of order...? What's the point of order?
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Lib. (ON)
Minister, you have the floor. Thank you.
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