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Committees examine, in small groups, selected matters in greater depth than is possible in the House of Commons. They report conclusions of those examinations, and recommendations, to the House. Committees undertake studies on departmental spending, legislation and issues related to their mandate.

About committees

A committee is a body made up of members of Parliament, or members and senators in the case of joint committees, selected to consider any issue referred to them by the House or related to their mandate. There are different types of committees: standing, legislative, special and joint. Most are standing committees.

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Committee Weekly Schedule

Committees follow a system of meeting room priority access based on rotating blocks of time approved by the whips of the recognized parties.

Current weekly schedule

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Today's Meetings

Thursday, April 18, 2024

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