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2019-01-31 INDU 146

Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology

(1035)

[English]

The Chair (Mr. Dan Ruimy (Pitt Meadows—Maple Ridge, Lib.)):

Mr. Graham.

Mr. David de Burgh Graham (Laurentides—Labelle, Lib.):

I move that we approve and report back the supplementary estimates (B) at this time.

The Chair:

Mr. Albas.

Mr. Dan Albas (Central Okanagan—Similkameen—Nicola, CPC):

I'd like to state, for the record, that I believe, in having this motion go forward without having the capacity to bring in the minister or officials for us to review, that, on principle, we are not doing our job as parliamentarians. The public should judge this move by what it is, a deflection of our parliamentary duties and functions in this place.

The Chair:

We have a motion on the floor. We'll go to a vote.

Mr. Dan Albas:

I would like a recorded vote.

(Motion agreed to: yeas 6; nays 3 [See Minutes of Proceedings])

The Chair:

The motion is adopted.

The meeting is adjourned.

Comité permanent de l'industrie, des sciences et de la technologie

(1035)

[Traduction]

Le président (M. Dan Ruimy (Pitt Meadows—Maple Ridge, Lib.)):

Monsieur Graham, vous avez la parole.

M. David de Burgh Graham (Laurentides—Labelle, Lib.):

Je propose d'approuver le Budget supplémentaire des dépenses (B) et d'en faire rapport maintenant.

Le président:

Allez-y, monsieur Albas.

M. Dan Albas (Central Okanagan—Similkameen—Nicola, PCC):

Je tiens à mentionner, pour le compte rendu, que je crois que l'adoption de cette motion sans avoir pu faire venir devant nous le ministre ou des fonctionnaires à des fins d'examen revient, en principe, à ne pas faire notre travail de parlementaires. La population devrait juger cette façon de procéder pour ce qu'elle est, à savoir une façon de se dérober à nos devoirs et à nos fonctions parlementaires au sein du Comité.

Le président:

Nous sommes saisis d'une motion. Nous allons la mettre aux voix.

M. Dan Albas:

J'aimerais un vote par appel nominal.

(La motion est adoptée par 6 voix contre 3. [Voir le Procès-verbal])

Le président:

La motion est adoptée.

La séance est levée.

Hansard Hansard

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