Public Safety and National Security – October 29, 2014

In Committee from the House of Commons

Public Safety and National Security – October 29, 2014

Representatives from several police associations are among the witnesses as the committee continues its review of the federal government’s bill regarding supervised injection sites. Bill C-2 would establish criteria that must be met in applications for proposed sites. Matthew Skof, president of the Ottawa Police Association, Michael McCormack, president of the Toronto Police Association, Dr. David McKeown, medical health officer for the Toronto Board of Health, Chief Bryan Larkin from the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police, Chris Grinham with the group Safer Ottawa, and Gwendolyn Landolt, national vice-president of REAL Women of Canada, present their views on the bill. (October 29, 2014)