Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications
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Meeting Schedule

Date / Time Studies & Bills Location Session  Note
When the Senate rises but not before time shown above.
  • Examination on issues facing the intercity busing industry
    • Jim Hadfield, President (Saskatchewan Transportation Company)
    • Carl Neggers, Assistant Deputy Minister, Policy and Planning Division (Department of Highways and Transportation — Saskatchewan)
Room 256-S, Centre Block 37-1 [Link to the notice of this meeting]
  • Bill S-26, An Act concerning personal watercraft in navigable waters
    • J. A. (Sandy) Currie, Executive Director (Canadian Marine Manufacturers Association)
Room 256-S, Centre Block 37-1 [Link to the notice of this meeting]
When the Senate rises but not before time shown above.
  • Examination on issues facing the intercity busing industry
    • Louise Plouffe, Manager, Knowledge Development Section, Division of Aging and Seniors, Health Canada (The National Advisory Council on Aging)
    • Patricia Raymaker, Chairperson (National Advisory Council on Aging)
Room 256-S, Centre Block 37-1 [Link to the notice of this meeting]
  • Bill S-26, An Act concerning personal watercraft in navigable waters
    • Honourable Mira Spivak, Senator (Senate of Canada)
Room 256-S, Centre Block 37-1 [Link to the notice of this meeting]
When the Senate rises but not before time shown above.
  • Examination on issues facing the intercity busing industry
    • Brian Leck, Honourary Counsel (Canadian Urban Transit Association)
    • Michael Roschlau, President and Chief Executive Officer (Canadian Urban Transit Association)
Room 356-S, Centre Block* 37-1 [Link to the notice of this meeting]
  • Examination on issues facing the intercity busing industry
    • Ross Ferguson, President (Airport Ground Transportation Association)
Room 256-S, Centre Block 37-1 [Link to the notice of this meeting]
  • Examination on issues facing the intercity busing industry
    • Gwill Allen, Senior Economist and Strategic Policy Advisor, Competition Policy Branch (Competition Bureau)
    • André Downs, Deputy Commissioner of Competition, Competition Policy Branch (Competition Bureau)
    • Joseph Monteiro, Economist, Competition Policy Branch (Competition Bureau)
Room 256-S, Centre Block 37-1 [Link to the notice of this meeting]
When the Senate rises but not before time shown above.
  • Examination on issues facing the intercity busing industry
    • David Blair, Lawyer, Gagne Letarte (Canadian Transport Lawyers Association)
    • Dean Saul, Lawyer, Gowling Lafleur Henderson (Canadian Transport Lawyers Association)
Room 256-S, Centre Block 37-1 [Link to the notice of this meeting]
When the Senate rises but not before time shown above.
  • Examination on issues facing the intercity busing industry
    • Christian Fortin, Senior Analyst (Rural Secretariat, Rural and Co-Operatives Secretariats)
    • Pierre Maheux, Vice President (Autobus Maheux)
    • Donna Mitchell, Executive Director (Rural Secretariat, Rural and Co-Operatives Secretariats)
Room 256-S, Centre Block 37-1 [Link to the notice of this meeting]
  • Examination on issues facing the intercity busing industry
    • Ray Burley, Chairman of the Board and Operator of Can-ar Coach Service (Ontario Motor Coach Association)
    • Dave Carroll, Director, Safety and Maintenance (Ontario Motor Coach Association)
    • Brian Crow, President (Ontario Motor Coach Association)
    • Judy Cutler, Director of Communications (Canadian Association of Retired Persons)
    • Bill Gleberzon, Associate Executive Director (Canadian Association of Retired Persons)
    • Stephen Little, Chair (Advisory Council on Accessible Transportation)
Toronto Marriott Eaton Centre Salon IV, 525 Bay Street, Toronto ON 37-1 [Link to the notice of this meeting]
* Please note meeting changes.
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