Proceedings of the Standing Senate Committee on
Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources

First Session Thirty-seventh Parliament, 2001

Chairman: The Honourable NICHOLAS W. TAYLOR
Thursday, April 26 2001
(9:30 A.M. and 1:30 P.M.)

Issue No. 5

Fourth and fifth meetings on: Bill S-15, An act to enable and assist the Canadian tobacco industry in attaining its objective of preventing the use of tobacco products by young persons in Canada

Sixth meeting on: Issues as may arise from time to time relating to energy, the environment and natural resources, including the continuation and completion of the study on Nuclear Reactor Safety


Thursday, April 26, 2001 -- Morning Meeting:

From Cancer Care Ontario:

John Garcia, Director, Prevention Unit, Division of Oncology.

From the Canadian Cancer Society:

Rob Cunningham, Senior Policy Analyst.

From the American Legacy Foundation:

Chuck Wolfe, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer.

As an individual:

Agnes Sader, Student, Senator O'Connor High School.

From the Youth Tobacco Coalition:

Roslyn Levy.

Thursday, April 26, 2001 -- Afternoon Meeting:

From the Ontario Campaign for Action on Tobacco:

Michael Perley, Director.

From the Non-Smokers' Rights Association (NSRA):

Garfield Mahood, Executive Director.

From the Stakeholders Alliance for Electricity Competition and Customer Choice (SAC):

David J. McFadden, Chairman;

Arthur Dickinson, President, Association of Major Power Consumers;

Bernard Jones, President, Ontario Natural Gas Association.

From the Ontario Power Generation:

Ron Osborne, President and Chief Executive Officer;

Graham Brown, Chief Operating Officer;

Richard Dicerni, Executive Vice-President and Corporate Secretary.


The Honourable Nicholas W. Taylor, Chairman

The Honourable Mira Spivak, Deputy Chair


The Honourable Senators:

Adams, Banks, Buchanan, P.C., * Carstairs, P.C. (or Robichaud, P.C.), Christensen, Cochrane, Eyton, Finnerty, Kelleher, P.C., Kenny, * Lynch-Staunton (or Kinsella), Sibbeston

* Ex Officio Members

(Quorum 4)

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