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View Julie Dabrusin Profile
Lib. (ON)
Thank you, Mr. Chair.
I will address Mr. Samray first.
Mr. Samray, I find the discussions very interesting. In my city of Toronto, wood is being used more and more in the construction of buildings. You talked about the jobs that are being created as a result of the increase in the number of construction projects where wood is being used.
Have you done any analysis on what kind of jobs these are? What opportunities does this represent?
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Lib. (ON)
Do you know in which regions these prefabrication plants are located, now that there is starting to be more work in this area?
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Lib. (ON)
Thank you very much.
My next questions were actually for Mr. London. You were talking about the critical materials, and the big focus was on the jobs in processing, not just on the mining side of things. I was interested by that. Have you done an analysis as to where the jobs in processing could end up being? What would be some of the regions where you would expect to see many of these jobs developed?
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Lib. (ON)
Thank you so much. That was a really fulsome answer. I am going to hand my last two minutes to my colleague Mr. Sorbara.
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Lib. (ON)
Thank you.
I'll pick up on what the last two people said.
First of all, in terms of Mr. McLean's piece, I think it makes a lot of sense that we continue most of this conversation in subcommittee, which is exactly what he said. We should be talking about it and going through it in subcommittee. I believe there is time set aside for it, so I think that would be a good place.
In parting, I would just mention that I was chair of the committee for many years, as well, and we always divided it proportionately. It seems fair—the way you've talked about the numbers. I think, at subcommittee, you can launch into that, and everyone has their say.
Thank you.
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Lib. (ON)
Thank you.
This is actually a pretty big day. I'm a bit emotional about it when I think about where we started, Mark.
First, a big thank you to you for all the work you did. It's a message that advocacy matters.
You've been tireless. I met you many years ago when you started working on it. Since that time, you've put together the commission and you've worked with Michael, and I'll give a big shout-out to Michael for making this day happen to get this bill.
Really, I think there's a message for people, for anyone who is watching, that advocacy matters. You took this and you've really made a difference. Thank you for that.
You talked a little earlier about some of the next steps. We saw that with the provinces and the work you were doing with the provinces, but there was a big study that was done by the justice committee as well a few years back. What would you be prioritizing as next steps that you would like to see for juries from the federal level?
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Lib. (ON)
Thank you for that.
I really don't have much more to add. I will say that there are very few times that you get a table that is basically asking very kind questions and being really supportive. That's a sign that this is a bill that I'm hoping.... We have, I think, two clauses to get through after this. Hopefully, that will go very quickly and we can bring it back to Parliament quickly and really just help shepherd it through, but from the sounds of it, you have a lot of support around this table, and that's a great thing to see.
Thank you.
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Lib. (ON)
Thank you.
I was really interested when Mr. Nilsen said there was tremendous opportunity for new jobs. He then gave us some numbers of green employment increasing by 5% during the pandemic, I think it was. There was a second number, which I think was 17% by 2025, if I'm correct.
I was wondering if you had a breakdown for what that employment would be. When you're looking at green employment and a 5% increase in the pandemic, what was that employment?
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Lib. (ON)
Do you have any analysis of what the pay scale is for those jobs you saw on the increase?
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Lib. (ON)
I would love both reports, please. It would be great if you could provide the one you already have and send the new one when you have it.
I'm sorry, Mr. Nilsen. I'm still picking on you for my last question.
For that increase you see leading up to 2025, are those jobs in the same areas where you saw increases over the pandemic, or are there other sectors and other types of jobs we should be thinking about?
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Lib. (ON)
I will go to Mr. Agnew.
You presented three sectors of training, I believe: upskilling; incoming, new or returning to the workforce; and international. These are the three sectors. It was mentioned that there are potential time challenges for people in any of these—what they have to set aside—and a bit of a crunch on the jobs or skills needed right now.
Is there an average timeline for, say, an incoming person or a new person entering the workforce to get trained for these new jobs? What timeline are we looking at?
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Lib. (ON)
Do we have enough people registering for those programs right now, in your estimation? Do we have enough people registering for the new skills?
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Lib. (ON)
I only have a very short bit of time for the Conference Board of Canada. I'm sorry.
I think you said it costs more for retraining and upskilling in Alberta than it does in, say, Quebec. Why is that?
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Lib. (ON)
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Lib. (ON)
Thank you, Mr. Chair.
My first question is for Clean Energy Canada. At one point you were talking about job creation and jobs in the future economy. I was wondering if you could give me, at a high level, the types of future jobs you see. What industries do you see as having big employment opportunities as we go forward in a low-carbon economy?
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