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2017-09-18 11:23 House intervention / intervention en chambre

Borders, Canada Border Services Agency, Deaths and funerals, Government bills, Information collection, Parliamentarians, Second reading, Security,

Agence des services frontaliers du Canada, Décès et funérailles, Deuxième lecture, Frontières, Parlementaires, Sécurité,

Mr. Speaker, I want to thank the minister for his kind words with respect to the passing of our friend and colleague Arnold Chan, who I very much miss already. However, that is not the topic of today's debate. Could the minister tell us what current systems exist today to find out who is leaving the country? What information do we have today, if anything?

Monsieur le Président, je tiens à remercier le ministre de ses bons mots concernant le décès de notre ami et collègue Arnold Chan, qui me manque déjà beaucoup. Cependant, ce n'est pas là le sujet du débat d'aujourd'hui. Le ministre pourrait-il nous dire quels systèmes actuels nous permettent de savoir qui quitte le pays? Quels renseignements avons-nous aujourd'hui, le cas échéant?

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