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In Committee from the House of Commons - Government Operations and Estimates - November 26, 2014


Treasury Board President Tony Clement responds to questions about legislation (C-21) aimed at reducing red tape faced by businesses. This bill will enshrine the one-for-one rule in law: when a new regulation is introduced, an existing regulation must be repealed. Michael Vandergrift, assistant secretary of regulatory affairs at the Treasury Board Secretariat, also testifies. (November 26, 2014)

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