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Chairman: The Honourable TERRANCE R. STRATTON
Wednesday, February 17, 1999
Second and last meeting on: Bill C-41, An Act to amend the Royal Canadian
Mint Act and the Currency Act
First meeting on: Bill C-43, An Act to establish the Canada Customs and Revenue
Agency and to amend and repeal other Acts as a consequence
INCLUDING: THE EIGHTH REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE (Bill C-41)
The Honourable Alfonso Gagliano, P.C., M.P., Minister of Public Works and
Government Services and Minister responsible for the Royal Canadian Mint
The Honourable Herb Dhaliwal, P.C., M.P., Minister of National Revenue
Beth Phinney, M.P., Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of National Revenue
(On Bill C-41)
From the Royal Canadian Mint:
Danielle Wetherup, Master of the Mint;
Marguerite F. Nadeau, Q.C., Senior Counsel and Corporate Secretary, Legal
(On Bill C-43)
From the Department of National Revenue:
Rob Wright, Deputy Minister;
Bill McCloskey, Assistant Deputy Minister.
The Honourable Terrance R. Stratton, Chairman
The Honourable Anne C. Cools, Deputy Chairman
The Honourable Senators:
Bolduc, Callbeck, Carstairs, De Bané, P.C., DeWare, Fraser, * Graham,
P.C. (or Carstairs), Johnstone Lavoie-Roux, * Lynch-Staunton (or Kinsella
(acting)), Mahovlich, Moore
* Ex Officio Members
Changes to membership of the comittee;
Pursuant to rule 85(4), membership of the committee was amended as follows:
The name of the Honourable Senator Carstairs substituted for that of the
Honourable Senator Cook (February 12, 1999).
The names of the Honourable Senators Moore and Callbeck substituted for those of
the Honourable Senators De Bané and Ferreti Barth (February 16, 1999
The name of the Honourable Senator DeWare substituted for that of the Honourable
Senator Eyton (February 17, 1999).