Proceedings of the Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science
Second Session Thirty-fifth Parliament, 1996
Chair: The Honourable MABEL M. DeWARE
Thursday, June 6, 1996
Issue No. 6
Fourth and Fifth Proceedings on: Bill C-12, An Act respecting employment
insurance in Canada
Thursday, June 6, 1996 - Afternoon Meeting:
From the Canadian Federation of Students:
Brad Lavigne, Chair;
Jocelyn Charron, Government Relations Coordinator;
Denise Doherty-Delorme, Researcher.
From the Canadian Restaurant and Food Services Association:
John Rothschild, President and CEO, Prime Restaurant Group;
Joyce Reynolds, Director of Human Resources.
From the Canadian Coalition of Community-Based Training:
Warren Gander, Co-Chair;
Nicole Galarneau, Co-Vice-Chair.
From the Canadian Federation of Independent Business:
Catherine Swift, President;
Garth Whyte, Executive Director, National Affairs
From the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies (AIMS):
Brian Crowley, President.
Thursday, June 6, 1996 - Evening Meeting:
From the Nova Scotia Advisory Council on the Status of Women:
Stella Lord, Researcher.
From the Coalition of Seasonal Workers, P.E.I.:
Jacinta Deveaux, Spokesperson.
From the Miminegash Women in Support of Fishing:
Lou Anne Gallant, Spokesperson.
From the Public Service Alliance of Canada:
Nycole Turmel, Executive Vice-President, PSAC;
Cres Pascucci, National President, CEIU;
Diane Kilby, National Vice-President, CEIU.
MEMBERS OF THE COMMITTEE
The Honourable Mabel M. DeWare, Chair
The Honourable Peter Bosa, Deputy Chair
The Honourable Senators:
Bonnell, Cools, * Fairbairn, P.C. (or Graham), Haidasz, Landry, Lavoie-Roux,
Losier-Cool, * Lynch-Staunton (or Berntson), Murray, P.C., Phillips, Rompkey,
* Ex Officio Members
Change in Membership of the Committee:
Pursuant to Rule 85(4), membership of the Committee was amended as follows:
The name of the Honourable Senator Petten substituted for that of the Honourable
Senator Stollery (June 5, 1996).
The name of the Honourable Senator Bonnell substituted for that of the
Honourable Senator Petten (June 6, 1996).