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  • 41st Parliament, 2nd Session
    M-191
    National food strategy Text of the Motion That, in the opinion of the House, the government should develop a comprehensive national food strategy to: (a) ensure Canadians h... That, in the opinion of the House, the government should develop a comprehensive national food strategy to: (a) ensure Canadians have uninterrupted access to adequate amounts of healthy food regardless of income; (b) empower farmers to earn a stable income producing quality food for Canadians; and (c) establish a secure and sustainable food and agriculture sector, including distribution infrastructure, that can guarantee food security for current and future generations of Canadians. Latest Activity Reinstated from the Previous Session (2013.10.16)
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    M-192
    National Day of the Honey Bee Text of the Motion That, in the opinion of the House, the government should designate May 29 as the "National Day of the Honey Bee". That, in the opinion of the House, the government should designate May 29 as the "National Day of the Honey Bee". Latest Activity Reinstated from the Previous Session (2013.10.16)
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  • 41st Parliament, 2nd Session
    M-193
    Moratorium on the unconfined release of genetically engineered alfalfa Text of the Motion That, in the opinion of the House, the government should institute a moratorium on the unconfined release of genetically engineere... That, in the opinion of the House, the government should institute a moratorium on the unconfined release of genetically engineered (recombinant DNA (rDNA) technology) alfafa until such time as a broad consultation is undertaken among Canadian farmers regarding the potential environmental and economic impacts. Latest Activity Reinstated from the Previous Session (2013.10.16)
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  • 41st Parliament, 2nd Session
    M-194
    Genetically engineered food and organisms Text of the Motion That, in the opinion of the House, the government should institute a process whereby new scientific evidence or questions arising ... That, in the opinion of the House, the government should institute a process whereby new scientific evidence or questions arising relative to existing approvals of genetically engineered (recombinant DNA (rDNA) technology) food and organisms would trigger a transparent and independent peer-reviewed evaluation, including recommendations for regulatory action. Latest Activity Reinstated from the Previous Session (2013.10.16)
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  • 41st Parliament, 2nd Session
    M-195
    Employment Insurance for farmers Text of the Motion That, in the opinion of the House, the government should calculate Employment Insurance eligibility and benefit payments using net... That, in the opinion of the House, the government should calculate Employment Insurance eligibility and benefit payments using net farm income amounts rather than gross farm income amounts for farmers who pay into the Employment Insurance program through off-farm employment. Latest Activity Reinstated from the Previous Session (2013.10.16)
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    M-196
    Animal transportation Text of the Motion That, in the opinion of the House, the government should immediately move to publish the revised regulations governing animal tran... That, in the opinion of the House, the government should immediately move to publish the revised regulations governing animal transportation under the Health of Animals Act. Latest Activity Reinstated from the Previous Session (2013.10.16)
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    M-197
    Food biotechnology Text of the Motion That, in the opinion of the House, the government should move immediately to implement the recommendations made in the January 200... That, in the opinion of the House, the government should move immediately to implement the recommendations made in the January 2001 report ''Elements of Precaution - An Expert Panel Report on the Future of Food Biotechnology'', which was prepared for the government by the Royal Society of Canada at the request of Health Canada, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and Environment Canada. Latest Activity Reinstated from the Previous Session (2013.10.16)
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    M-198
    Imported food standards Text of the Motion That, in the opinion of the House, the government should set standards for imported food that are equal to the standards that appl... That, in the opinion of the House, the government should set standards for imported food that are equal to the standards that apply to domestically produced food. Latest Activity Reinstated from the Previous Session (2013.10.16)
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  • 41st Parliament, 2nd Session
    M-199
    World Trade Organization Agricultural Working Group Text of the Motion That, in the opinion of the House, the government should: (a) immediately instruct Canada’s negotiator at the World Trade Organiza... That, in the opinion of the House, the government should: (a) immediately instruct Canada’s negotiator at the World Trade Organization (WTO) to indicate that the text currently circulating at the Agriculture Working Group undermines and weakens Canada’s ability to maintain State Trading Enterprises and that, consequently, the text as currently before the Agriculture Working Group will not be signed as part of the negotiations during the Doha round of the WTO; and (b) give its negotiators a mandate during the Doha round of negotiations at the WTO so that, at the end of negotiations Canada obtains results that secure the ability of Canadian farmers to maintain State Trading Enterprises. Latest Activity Reinstated from the Previous Session (2013.10.16)
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    M-200
    Universal Declaration on Animal Welfare Text of the Motion That, in the opinion of the House, the government should join the global effort to prevent animal cruelty and reduce animal suffer... That, in the opinion of the House, the government should join the global effort to prevent animal cruelty and reduce animal suffering and support a Universal Declaration on Animal Welfare. Latest Activity Reinstated from the Previous Session (2013.10.16)
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    M-201
    Genetically Engineered Seed Technology Text of the Motion That, in the opinion of the House the government should implement a regulatory system which holds the users, growers and developer... That, in the opinion of the House the government should implement a regulatory system which holds the users, growers and developers of genetically engineered (recombinant DNA (rDNA)) seed technology liable for all economic costs to the users, growers and developers of non-genetically engineered seed technology arising from the adventitious presence of genetically engineered (GE) plants and seeds found contaminating non-GE seed stock. Latest Activity Reinstated from the Previous Session (2013.10.16)
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  • 41st Parliament, 2nd Session
    M-247
    Recommendations of the Civilian Peace Service Canada Development Committee Text of the Motion That, in the opinion of the House, the government should adopt the recommendations of the Civilian Peace Service Canada (CPSC) Dev... That, in the opinion of the House, the government should adopt the recommendations of the Civilian Peace Service Canada (CPSC) Development Committee and should: (a) accept the constructive role civilians with peace building expertise can play in advising government on alternatives to military approaches to resolution of conflict; (b) enter into discussions with the CPSC Development Committee to further develop the concept of a CPSC; (c) develop and refine an assessment, training and accreditation program for peace professionals; (d) deliver two pilot training programs to test the concept and the training; (e) determine how Canada, through the CPSC and in consideration of a federal Department of Peace, can best contribute to sustainable peace in Canada and abroad; and (f) report back to the House on progress towards implementing these recommendations within six months of the passage of this motion. Latest Activity Reinstated from the Previous Session (2013.10.16)
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    M-248
    Department of Peace Text of the Motion That, in the opinion of the House, the government should establish a Department of Peace as part of the structure of the federal g... That, in the opinion of the House, the government should establish a Department of Peace as part of the structure of the federal government and cabinet with a mandate to advocate for the non-violent resolution of conflict at home and abroad, the professionalization of peace work by Canadians, and the development of a culture of peace in Canada and internationally. Latest Activity Reinstated from the Previous Session (2013.10.16)
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  • 41st Parliament, 2nd Session
    M-355
    Safety Code 6 Text of the Motion That, in the opinion of the House, the government should convene a panel of expert witnesses and hold public hearings, to review t... That, in the opinion of the House, the government should convene a panel of expert witnesses and hold public hearings, to review the need to update Safety Code 6, based on recent scientific evidence that existing requirements do not adequately protect the safety and health of Canadians, particularly those individuals who are electro-sensitive, in light of increasing exposure to non-ionizing microwave radiation, such as Smart Meters. Latest Activity Reinstated from the Previous Session (2013.10.16)
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    M-358
    Pesticides Text of the Motion That, in the opinion of the House, the government should: (a) recognize the growing body of scientific evidence linking neonicotin... That, in the opinion of the House, the government should: (a) recognize the growing body of scientific evidence linking neonicotinoid pesticide use to decline in populations of honey bees and other pollinators, including recent findings by Dr. Jeffrey Pettis of the United States Department of Agriculture; and (b) impose a ban on the use of this group of systemic pesticides everywhere in Canada. Latest Activity Reinstated from the Previous Session (2013.10.16)
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    M-393
    Agriculture Canada Apiarist Text of the Motion That, in the opinion of the House, the government should immediately re-establish a federal Agriculture Canada Apiarist position i... That, in the opinion of the House, the government should immediately re-establish a federal Agriculture Canada Apiarist position in order to coordinate research across the country in support of bee-keeping. Latest Activity Reinstated from the Previous Session (2013.10.16)
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  • 41st Parliament, 2nd Session
    M-568
    British Home Children Text of the Motion That, in the opinion of the House, the government should: (a) issue a formal, unequivocal and sincere apology to Canada’s British ... That, in the opinion of the House, the government should: (a) issue a formal, unequivocal and sincere apology to Canada’s British Home Children and child migrants, including their families and descendants, for the injustices suffered as a result of its participation in migration schemes between the years 1869 and 1948 thereby enabling the importation of an estimated 100 000 orphaned or destitute children from Britain to provide indentured labour for Canadian farms and households; (b) express its gratitude and appreciation to the families whose ancestors were responsible for building up Canada's agricultural industry at a critical early point in its development; (c) assist in a coordinated effort with survivors and descendants to track and record their genealogies and ensure that reunification with lost family members is made possible; and (d) take steps to ensure that all Canadians are informed about this important period of history in a way that makes certain it is never forgotten by present or future generations. Latest Activity Placed on Notice (2015.02.19)
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