Serving on Committee's are an important part of being a Member of Parliament. House of Commons committees allow a smaller groups of MPs to study selected matters in greater depth than is possible in the full House of Commons. They examine an issue, hear testimony from witnesses about it, and at the end of their study report their conclusions and recommendations to the House on that issue. There are currently 27 Standing Committees made up of Members of Parliament, each with it's own mandate.
Kate serves on the HUMA Committee, the Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities. HUMA has been studying the Canada Emergency Response Benefit, and other emergency measures related to the COVID-19 Pandemic which have been introduced by the Government of Canada.
HUMA and other committees have been meeting remotely during the pandemic.
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