Libby introduces transparency motion at Health Committee

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At the most recent meeting of the Standing Committee on Health, Libby introduced a motion to limit the use of in-camera proceedings by the Conservative government in Health Committee meetings.  Here is the text of her motion:

That the Committee may meet in camera only for the purpose of discussing:

(a) wages, salaries and other employee benefits;

(b) contracts and contract negotiations;

(c) labour relations and personnel matters;

(d) a draft report;

(e) briefings concerning national security; and

That all votes taken in camera be recorded in the Minutes of Proceedings, including how each member voted when recorded votes are requested.

A vote on the motion will take place at a future meeting.