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SOCI - Standing Committee

Social Affairs, Science and Technology

Proceedings of the Standing Senate Committee on
Social Affairs, Science and Technology

First Session, Forty-first Parliament, 2011


Wednesday, November 2, 2011
Thursday, November 3, 2011

Issue No. 6

Seventh and eighth meetings on:

Examining the progress in implementing the 2004 10-Year Plan to Strengthen Health Care


Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Government of Yukon:

Stuart J. Whitley, Deputy Minister, Health and Social Services;

Sherri Wright, Assistant Deputy Minister, Health and Social Services.

Government of the Northwest Territories:

Debbie DeLancey, Acting Deputy Minister, Department of Health and Social Services;

Robert Dana Heide, Assistant Deputy Minister, Operation Support, Department of Health and Social Services.

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Canadian Public Health Association:

Debra Lynkowski, Chief Executive Officer.

Public Health Agency of Canada:

Dr. David Butler-Jones, Chief Public Health Officer.

Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care:

Dr. Richard Birtwhistle, Vice-President.

Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health:

Ian Manion, Executive Director.

Canadian Psychological Association:

Karen Cohen, Chief Executive Director.


The Honourable Kelvin Kenneth Ogilvie, Chair

The Honourable Art Eggleton, P.C., Deputy Chair


The Honourable Senators:

Braley, Campbell, Champagne, P.C., *Cowan (or Tardif), Demers, Dyck, Hubley, *LeBreton, P.C. (or Carignan), Martin, Merchant, Seidman, Verner, P.C.

*Ex officio members

(Quorum 4)

Change in membership of the committee:

Pursuant to rule 85(4), membership of the committee was amended as follows:

The Honourable Senator Campbell replaced the Honourable Senator Cordy (November 2, 2011).

The Honourable Senator Hubley replaced the Honourable Senator Callbeck (November 2, 2011).

The Honourable Senator Callbeck replaced the Honourable Senator Hubley (October 27, 2011).

The Honourable Senator Champagne, P.C., replaced the Honourable Senator Eaton (October 27, 2011).

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