The House of Commons agreed Thursday to the committee membership of the new legislative committee on Bill C-32, the Conservative government’s copyright reform bill. The House of Commons adopted the committee membership Thursday morning after the Procedure and House Affairs Committee reported to the House. Conservative MPs Kelly Block, Sylvie Boucher, Peter Braid, Dean Del Mastro (the parliamentary secretary the heritage minister) and Mike Lake (the parliamentary secretary to the industry minister), will sit on the committee. The Liberals chose MPs Marc Garneau (the party’s industry critic), Pablo Rodriguez (the heritage critic), and Dan McTeague (consumer and consular affairs critic) to sit on the committee. From the Bloc Québécois, heritage critic Carole Lavallée and industry critic Serge Cardin will be part of the committee, and from the NDP, heritage and digital affairs critic Charlie Angus. The committee will have a total of 12 members, including the chair. House Speaker Peter Milliken is expected to report his selection for the chair this week. The committee is expected to start meeting next week as parties gear up to hear from witnesses and propose amendments to the bill. Liberal MPs Bonnie Crombie and Scott Simms had been rumoured to fill the party’s third spot, but instead the party selected McTeague, who is known as an advocate on consumer issues such as gas prices.