Standing Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade
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  • The subject matter of Bill C-45, insofar as it relates to Canada’s international obligations
    • Eric Costen, Director General, Cannabis Legalization and Regulation Secretariat (Health Canada)
    • Jennifer Lutfallah, Director General, Enforcement and Intelligence Programs (Canada Border Services Agency)
    • David Pellmann, Executive Director, Office of Medical Cannabis (Health Canada)
  • Consideration of a draft agenda (future business)
Room 160-S, Centre Block [ParlVu Video] [Link to the notice of this meeting] [Link to the transcripts of this meeting] [Link to the minutes of this meeting]
Partial In Camera
  • The subject matter of Bill C-45, insofar as it relates to Canada’s international obligations
    • Martin Jelsma, Director, Drugs & Democracy Programme, Transnational Institute (As an Individual)
    • Gwendolyn Landolt, National Vice-President (REAL Women of Canada)
    • John Walsh, Director for drug policy and the Andes, , Washington Office on Latin America (As an Individual)
    • Diane Watts, Researcher (REAL Women of Canada)
  • Consideration of a draft agenda (future business)
Room 160-S, Centre Block [ParlVu Video] [Link to the notice of this meeting] [Link to the transcripts of this meeting] [Link to the minutes of this meeting]
Partial In Camera
  • The subject matter of Bill C-45, insofar as it relates to Canada’s international obligations
    • Paul J. Larkin, Jr., Senior Legal Research Fellow, Meese Center for Legal and Judicial Studies, Institute for Constitutional Government (As an Individual)
    • Steve Rolles, Senior Policy Analyst (Transform UK)
    • Grant Wilson, President (Canadian Children's Rights Council)
  • Consideration of a draft agenda (future business)
Room 160-S, Centre Block [ParlVu Video] [Link to the notice of this meeting] [Link to the transcripts of this meeting] [Link to the minutes of this meeting]
Partial In Camera
  • The subject matter of Bill C-45, insofar as it relates to Canada’s international obligations
    • Bruno Gélinas-Faucher, PhD Candidate in International Law, Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge (As an Individual)
    • Dwight Newman, Professor and Canada Research Chair, College of Law, University of Saskatchewan (As an Individual)
    • Kathy Vandergrift, Chair (Canadian Coalition for the Rights of Children)
Room 160-S, Centre Block [ParlVu Video] [Link to the notice of this meeting] [Link to the transcripts of this meeting] [Link to the minutes of this meeting]
  • The subject matter of Bill C-45, insofar as it relates to Canada’s international obligations
    • Line Beauchesne, Full Professor, Department of Criminology, University of Ottawa (As an Individual)
    • Armand de Mestral, Professor, Faculty of Law, McGill University (As an Individual)
Room 160-S, Centre Block [ParlVu Video] [Link to the notice of this meeting] [Link to the transcripts of this meeting] [Link to the minutes of this meeting]
  • The subject matter of Bill C-45, insofar as it relates to Canada’s international obligations
    • Steven Hoffman, Professor, Faculty of Health and Osgoode Hall Law School, York University (As an Individual)
    • Mark A. R. Kleiman, Professor of Public Policy, Marron Institute of Urban Management, New York University (As an Individual)
Room 257, East Block [ParlVu Video] [Link to the notice of this meeting] [Link to the transcripts of this meeting] [Link to the minutes of this meeting]
  • The subject matter of Bill C-45, insofar as it relates to Canada’s international obligations
    • Mark Gwozdecky, Assistant Deputy Minister, International Security and Political Affairs (Global Affairs Canada)
    • Kevin Thompson, Director General, North America Strategy Bureau (Global Affairs Canada)
Room 160-S, Centre Block [ParlVu Video] [Link to the notice of this meeting] [Link to the transcripts of this meeting] [Link to the minutes of this meeting]
  • Study on the impact and utilization of culture and arts in foreign policy and diplomacy
    • Ronald Grätz, Secretary General (Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations, Germany)
Room 160-S, Centre Block [ParlVu Video] [Link to the notice of this meeting] [Link to the transcripts of this meeting] [Link to the minutes of this meeting]
  • Study on the impact and utilization of culture and arts in foreign policy and diplomacy
    • Guy Berthiaume, Librarian and Archivist of Canada (Library and Archives Canada)
    • John Degen, Executive Director (The Writers' Union of Canada)
    • Carlos Enríquez Verdura, Chargé d’Affaires of Culture, Deputy Director, Exhibitions and Special Projects (Secretariat of Foreign Affairs, Mexico)
    • Barry Hughson, Executive Director (The National Ballet of Canada)
Room 160-S, Centre Block [ParlVu Video] [Link to the notice of this meeting] [Link to the transcripts of this meeting] [Link to the minutes of this meeting]
  • Study on the impact and utilization of culture and arts in foreign policy and diplomacy
    • Mariya Afzal, Country Director (British Council Canada)
    • Carlos Enríquez Verdura, Chargé d’Affaires of Culture, Deputy Director, Exhibitions and Special Projects (Secretariat of Foreign Affairs, Mexico)
    • Ronald Grätz, Secretary General (Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations, Germany)
Room 160-S, Centre Block [ParlVu Video] [Link to the notice of this meeting] [Link to the transcripts of this meeting] [Link to the minutes of this meeting]
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Audio Webcast
Audio Webcast
Video Webcast
Video Webcast
Meeting
Meeting
Minutes
Minutes
Transcripts
Transcripts
Interim
Interim
Unrevised information from meeting notice
Unrevised information from meeting notice
Subject to Change
Subject to Change