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Saturday, September 18, 1999


Private Members' Bills

Commons

This section contains all public bills sponsored by private Members, which originated in the House of Commons. Bills in this section are numbered from C-201 to C-1000.

C-201 -- Mr. Bellemare (Carleton -- Gloucester) -- An Act to amend the Parliament of Canada Act (oath or solemn affirmation)

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 25, 1997

C-202 -- Mr. Patry (Pierrefonds -- Dollard) -- An Act to amend the Canada Health Act (nutrition services)

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 25, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- September 30, 1997
    Order respecting the sponsor of Bill C-202 -- October 22, 1997
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- October 23, 1997

C-203 -- Mr. Benoit (Lakeland) -- An Act to amend the Agreement on Internal Trade Implementation Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 25, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- September 30, 1997
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- November 20, 1997

C-204 -- Mr. Abbott (Kootenay -- Columbia) -- An Act to require that in the advertising and at the opening of a cultural project supported by public money a public acknowledgement of the grant be made

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 25, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- September 30, 1997
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- November 18, 1997

C-205 -- Mr. Solberg (Medicine Hat) -- An Act to provide for parliamentary scrutiny and approval of user fees set by federal authority and to require public disclosure of the amount collected as user fees

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 25, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- September 30, 1997
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- December 3, 1997

C-206 -- Mr. Forseth (New Westminster -- Coquitlam -- Burnaby) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (prostitution)

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 26, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- October 2, 1997
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- November 25, 1997

C-207 -- Mr. Forseth (New Westminster -- Coquitlam -- Burnaby) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (trespass)

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 26, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- October 20, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- November 18, 1998

C-208 -- Ms. Beaumier (Brampton West -- Mississauga) -- An Act to amend the Access to Information Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 26, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- September 30, 1997
    Designated as a votable item -- October 22, 1997
    Debated at second reading -- December 5, 1997, February 12 and April 2, 1998
    Order respecting proceedings on Bill C-208 and the deferred recorded division on April 21, 1998 -- April 2, 1998 (See Other Business No. 4)
    Read the second time and referred to the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights -- April 21, 1998
    Reported with an amendment (Sessional Paper No. 8510-361-93) -- October 21, 1998
    Concurred in at report stage; debated at third reading -- November 6, 1998
    Read the third time and passed -- November 16, 1998
    Passed by the Senate -- March 16, 1999
    Royal Assent (Chapter No. 16) -- March 25, 1999

C-209 -- Mr. Strahl (Fraser Valley) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (joyriding)

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 26, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- September 30, 1997
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- November 5, 1997

C-210 -- Mr. Ramsay (Crowfoot) -- An Act to amend the Young Offenders Act to transfer older offenders who commit violent offences to adult court, to limit the application of alternative measures, to allow for certain young offenders to be designated as dangerous offenders, to establish public safety as a dominant consideration in the application of the law respecting young offenders, to remove privacy provisions and to make certain other amendments

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 26, 1997

C-211 -- Mr. White (Langley -- Abbotsford) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (arrest of those in breach of condition of parole or statutory or temporary release)

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 26, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- September 30, 1997
    Designated as a votable item -- October 22, 1997
    Debated at second reading -- November 6, 1997, February 3 and March 30, 1998
    Order respecting the deferred recorded division on Bill C-211 on March 31, 1998 -- March 30, 1998 (See Other Business No. 4)
    Motion for second reading negatived -- March 31, 1998

C-212 -- Mr. Hill (Prince George -- Peace River) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the Young Offenders Act (capital punishment)

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 26, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- September 30, 1997
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- November 24, 1997

C-213 -- Mrs. Tremblay (Rimouski -- Mitis) -- An Act respecting the designation of a Louis Riel Day and revoking his conviction of August 1, 1885

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 26, 1997
    Withdrawn pursuant to Order made June 2, 1998 -- June 2, 1998

C-214 -- Mr. Breitkreuz (Yorkton -- Melville) -- An Act to allow taxpayers to inform government of their views on levels and priorities for the expenditure of tax revenues and to provide for parliamentary review of the results

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 29, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- September 30, 1997
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Bailey (Souris -- Moose Mountain) and Mr. Breitkreuz (Yellowhead) -- October 22, 1997
      Mr. Lowther (Calgary Centre) -- October 23, 1997
      Mr. Ritz (Battlefords -- Lloydminster) -- November 4, 1997
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- November 27, 1997

C-215 -- Mr. Thompson (Wild Rose) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (Section 227)

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 29, 1997
    Place on the Order of Precedence -- October 1, 1997
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- December 10, 1997

C-216 -- Mr. Gilmour (Nanaimo -- Alberni) -- An Act to amend the Access to Information Act (Crown corporations)

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 29, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- September 30, 1997
    Designated as a votable item -- October 22, 1997
    Debated at second reading -- December 1, 1997, March 13 and April 21, 1998
    Order respecting the deferred recorded division on Bill C-216 on April 28, 1998 -- April 21, 1998 (See Other Business No. 4)
    Motion for second reading negatived -- April 28, 1998

C-217 -- Mr. Mills (Red Deer) -- An Act to amend the Access to Information Act (disclosure of results of public opinion polls)

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 29, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- September 30, 1997
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- October 31, 1997

C-218 -- Mr. Szabo (Mississauga South) -- An Act to amend the Divorce Act (marriage counselling required before divorce granted)

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 29, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- September 30, 1997
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- December 8, 1997

C-219 -- Mr. Thompson (Wild Rose) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (using or operating a stolen motor vehicle in the commission of an offence)

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 30, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- June 8, 1998
    Designated as a votable item -- October 1, 1998
    Debated at second reading -- October 20, December 7, 1998 and March 17, 1999
    Order respecting the deferred recorded division on March 23, 1999 -- March 17, 1999 (See Other Business No. 4)
    Motion for second reading negatived -- March 23, 1999

C-220 -- Mr. Wappel (Scarborough Southwest) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the Copyright Act (profit from authorship respecting a crime)

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 30, 1997
    Deemed to have been introduced and read the first time; deemed read the second time and referred to a Committee of the Whole; deemed reported without amendment; deemed concurred in at report stage; deemed read the third time and passed -- October 1, 1997

C-221 -- Mr. Cullen (Etobicoke North) -- An Act to amend the Canada Business Corporations Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 30, 1997

C-222 -- Mr. Obhrai (Calgary East) -- An Act to require that in the advertising and at the opening of a cultural project supported by public money a public acknowledgement be made of the grant and the percentage of the total cost that the grant represents

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 30, 1997

C-223 -- Mr. Hoeppner (Portage -- Lisgar) -- An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (deduction of interest on mortgage loans)

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 30, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- September 30, 1997
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Breitkreuz (Yellowhead) -- October 8, 1997
      Mr. Breitkreuz (Yorkton -- Melville) -- November 13, 1997
    Designated as a votable item -- October 22, 1997
    Debated at second reading -- November 17, 1997, February 4 and March 31, 1998
    Order respecting proceedings on Bill C-223 and the deferred recorded division on April 21, 1998 -- March 31, 1998 (See Other Business No. 4)
    Motion for second reading negatived -- April 21, 1998

C-224 -- Mr. Wappel (Scarborough Southwest) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (offence committed outside Canada)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 1, 1997

C-225 -- Mr. Wappel (Scarborough Southwest) -- An Act to amend the Marriage (Prohibited Degrees) Act and the Interpretation Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 1, 1997
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Bailey (Souris -- Moose Mountain) -- April 21, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- June 5, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- October 6, 1998

C-226 -- Ms. Venne (Saint-Bruno -- Saint-Hubert) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (protection of witnesses)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 1, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- December 3, 1998
    Order discharged and Bill withdrawn -- February 16, 1999 (See Other Business No. 4)

C-227 -- Mr. Chatters (Athabasca) -- An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (income deferral from forced destruction of livestock or natural disaster)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 2, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- April 28, 1998
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Cadman (Surrey North), Mr. Morrison (Cypress Hills -- Grasslands), Mr. Grewal (Surrey Central) and Mr. Mark (Dauphin -- Swan River) -- June 4, 1998
      Mr. Thompson (Wild Rose), Mr. Reynolds (West Vancouver -- Sunshine Coast), Mr. Bailey (Souris -- Moose Mountain), Mr. McNally (Dewdney -- Alouette) and Mr. Scott (Skeena) -- June 5, 1998
      Mr. Hilstrom (Selkirk -- Interlake) -- June 8, 1998
      Mr. Ramsay (Crowfoot), Mr. Solberg (Medicine Hat) and Mr. Ritz (Battlefords -- Lloydminster) -- June 9, 1998
      Mr. Hill (Macleod) -- June 10, 1998
      Mr. Pankiw (Saskatoon -- Humboldt) -- June 11, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- June 11, 1998

C-228 -- Mr. White (North Vancouver) -- An Act to promote the use of plain language in federal statutes and regulations

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 2, 1997

C-229 -- Mr. White (North Vancouver) -- An Act to provide for the holding of citizen-initiated referenda on specific questions

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 2, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- April 29, 1998

C-230 -- Mr. White (North Vancouver) -- An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act (election expenses)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 2, 1997

C-231 -- Mr. Szabo (Mississauga South) -- An Act to amend the Food and Drugs Act (warning labels regarding the consumption of alcohol)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 2, 1997

C-232 -- Mr. Hart (Okanagan -- Coquihalla) -- An Act to facilitate participation in the reserve force

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 6, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- December 5, 1997
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Riis (Kamloops) -- March 9, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- March 23, 1998

C-233 -- Mr. Johnston (Wetaskiwin) -- An Act to provide for the settlement of labour disputes affecting west coast ports by final offer arbitration

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 6, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- November 25, 1997
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- February 10, 1998

C-234 -- Mr. Hanger (Calgary Northeast) -- An Act to amend the Crown Liability and Proceedings Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 6, 1997

C-235 -- Mr. McTeague (Pickering -- Ajax -- Uxbridge) -- An Act to amend the Competition Act (protection of those who purchase products from vertically integrated suppliers who compete with them at retail)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 6, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- April 28, 1998
    Designated as a votable item -- May 13, 1998
    Debated at second reading -- May 27, September 22 and October 9, 1998
    Order respecting the proceedings on Bill C-235 and the deferred recorded division on October 20, 1998 -- October 9, 1998 (See Other Business No. 4)
    Read the second time and referred to the Standing Committee on Industry -- October 20, 1998
    Reported with amendments (Sessional Paper No. 8510-361-155) -- April 16, 1999
    Debated at report stage -- May 26, 1999

C-236 -- Mr. Stinson (Okanagan -- Shuswap) -- An Act to repeal the Firearms Act and to make certain amendments to the Criminal Code

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 7, 1997
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Breitkreuz (Yorkton -- Melville) -- November 13, 1997
      Mr. Bailey (Souris -- Moose Mountain) and Mr. Pankiw (Saskatoon -- Humboldt) -- November 18, 1997
      Mr. Mark (Dauphin -- Swan River) and Mr. Ritz (Battlefords -- Lloydminster) -- November 20, 1997
      Mr. Morrison (Cypress Hills -- Grasslands) -- November 24, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- October 20, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- November 23, 1998

C-237 -- Mr. Stinson (Okanagan -- Shuswap) -- An Act to provide for a national referendum to authorize the Government of Canada to negotiate terms of separation with a province that has voted for separation from Canada

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 7, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- March 17, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- April 27, 1998

C-238 -- Mr. White (North Vancouver) -- An to establish principles of responsible fiscal management and to require regular publication of information by the Minister of Finance to demonstrate the Government's adherence to those principles

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 7, 1997

C-239 -- Mr. Hill (Macleod) -- An Act to amend the Consumer Packaging and Labelling Act (recombinant hormones)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 7, 1997

C-240 -- Mr. White (North Vancouver) -- An Act to amend the Debt Servicing and Reduction Account Act (gifts to the Crown)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 7, 1997

C-241 -- Mr. Obhrai (Calgary East) -- An Act to amend the Immigration Act (right-of-landing fee)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 7, 1997

C-242 -- Mr. Martin (Esquimalt -- Juan de Fuca) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (violent crimes)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 9, 1997

C-243 -- Mr. Martin (Esquimalt -- Juan de Fuca) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (protection of child before birth)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 9, 1997

C-244 -- Mr. Szabo (Mississauga South) -- An Act to amend the Income Tax Act and the Canada Pension Plan (transfer of income to spouse)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 9, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- March 18, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- April 30, 1998

C-245 -- Mr. Finlay (Oxford) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (penalties for sexual offences involving children)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 9, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- December 5, 1997
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Riis (Kamloops) -- March 9, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- March 17, 1998

C-246 -- Mr. Szabo (Mississauga South) -- An Act respecting the provision of compensation to public safety officers who lost their lives while on duty

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 9, 1997

C-247 -- Ms. Picard (Drummond) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (genetic manipulation)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 9, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- November 25, 1997
    Designated as a votable item -- December 10, 1997
    Debated at second reading -- February 17, April 1 and May 14, 1998
    Order respecting the deferred recorded division on Bill C-247 on May 25, 1998 -- May 12, 1998 (See Other Business No. 4)
    Read the second time and referred to the Standing Committee on Health -- May 25, 1998
    Reported with an amendment (Sessional Paper No. 8510-361-112) -- November 25, 1998
    Debated at report stage -- February 11, 1999
    Order discharged and Bill referred back to the Standing Committee on Health -- March 8, 1999 (See Other Business No. 4)
    Report recommending that the Bill not be further proceeded with (Sessional Paper No. 8510-361-193) -- June 9, 1999

C-248 -- Mr. Solomon (Regina -- Lumsden -- Lake Centre) -- An Act to amend the Patent Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 20, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- November 25, 1997
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- February 20, 1998

C-249 -- Mr. Calder (Dufferin -- Peel -- Wellington -- Grey) -- An Act to amend the Income Tax Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 20, 1997

C-250 -- Mrs. Ablonczy (Calgary -- Nose Hill) -- An Act to amend the Referendum Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 21, 1997

C-251 -- Ms. Guarnieri (Mississauga East) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (cumulative sentences)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 21, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- March 17, 1998
    Designated as a votable item -- April 22, 1998
    Debated at second reading -- May 1 and September 24, 1998
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Axworthy (Saskatoon -- Rosetown -- Biggar) -- October 15, 1998
    Debated at second reading; read the second time and referred to the the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights -- October 22, 1998
    Reported with amendments (Sessional Paper No. 8510-361-156) -- April 19, 1999
    Debated at report stage -- May 28, 1999
    Concurred in at report stage with further amendments -- May 31, 1999
    Debated at third reading; read the third time and passed -- June 7, 1999

C-252 -- Mr. Nunziata (York South -- Weston) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (judicial review)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 21, 1997

C-253 -- Mr. Mark (Dauphin -- Swan River) -- An Act to amend the Access to Information Act (disclosure of results of public opinion polls)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 22, 1997

C-254 -- Mr. Dromisky (Thunder Bay -- Atikokan) -- An Act to amend the Immigration Act (reimbursement)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 22, 1997
    Order discharged and Bill withdrawn -- October 28, 1998 (See Other Business No. 4)

C-255 -- Mr. Hanger (Calgary Northeast) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (prohibited sexual acts)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 22, 1997

C-256 -- Mr. Grewal (Surrey Central) -- An Act to amend the Statutory Instruments Act (disallowance procedure for statutory instruments)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 22, 1997
    Order respecting the sponsor -- February 19, 1999 (See Other Business No. 4)

C-257 -- Mr. White (North Vancouver) -- An Act to amend the Employment Equity Act (elimination of designated groups and numerical goals) and the Canadian Human Rights Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 22, 1997

C-258 -- Mr. Forseth (New Westminster -- Coquitlam -- Burnaby) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (judicial review)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 22, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- April 29, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- September 23, 1998

C-259 -- Mr. Thompson (Wild Rose) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (arrest without warrant)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 22, 1997

C-260 -- M. Cadman (Surrey North) -- An Act to amend the Young Offenders Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 22, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- December 4, 1998
    Designated as a votable item -- February 8, 1999
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Breitkreuz (Yorkton -- Melville) -- March 4, 1999
    Debated at second reading -- March 15, 19 and May 13, 1999
    Order respecting proceedings on Bill C-260 and the deferred recorded division on May 25, 1999 -- May 13, 1999 (See Other Business No. 4)
    Order respecting proceedings on Bill C-260 -- May 25, 1999 (See Other Business No. 4)
    Read the second time and referred to the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights -- May 25, 1999

C-261 -- Mr. Reynolds (West Vancouver -- Sunshine Coast) -- An Act to amend the Immigration Act and the Criminal Code (refugee or immigrant applicants convicted of an offence on indictment)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 22, 1997

C-262 -- Mr. Abbott (Kootenay -- Columbia) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (probation order)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 22, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- March 19, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- April 28, 1998

C-263 -- Mr. Abbott (Kootenay -- Columbia) -- An Act to amend the Holidays Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 22, 1997

C-264 -- Mr. Bryden (Wentworth -- Burlington) -- An Act to amend the Access to Information Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 23, 1997
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Lee (Scarborough -- Rouge River) -- October 23, 1997
      Mr. Breitkreuz (Yorkton -- Melville) -- November 13, 1997

C-265 -- Mr. Scott (Skeena) -- An Act to amend the Parliament of Canada Act and the Canada Elections Act (change of political affiliation)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 24, 1997

C-266 -- Mr. Hill (Prince George -- Peace River) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (alcohol-sensing ignition control for automobiles)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 27, 1997

C-267 -- Mr. Gouk (West Kootenay -- Okanagan) -- An Act to amend the Canada Health Act (conditions for contributions)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 28, 1997

C-268 -- Mr. Breitkreuz (Yellowhead) -- An Act to amend the Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act (deduction re other income)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 30, 1997

C-269 -- Mr. Hanger (Calgary Northeast) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (no parole when imprisoned for life)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 31, 1997

C-270 -- Mr. Grewal (Surrey Central) -- An Act to provide defined contribution pensions for the Public Service, the Canadian Forces and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, to be managed and invested by a private sector manager, and to amend the Income Tax Act and certain other Acts in consequence thereof

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 3, 1997

C-271 -- Mr. Grewal (Surrey Central) -- An Act respecting the territorial integrity of Canada

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 3, 1997

C-272 -- Mr. Robinson (Burnaby -- Douglas) -- An Act respecting conscientious objection to the use of taxes for military purposes

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 3, 1997

C-273 -- Mr. White (North Vancouver) -- An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (political activities by charities receiving public funds)

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 4, 1997

C-274 -- Mr. White (North Vancouver) -- An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act (electronic voting)

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 4, 1997

C-275 -- Mr. Reynolds (West Vancouver -- Sunshine Coast) -- An Act to amend the Privacy Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 5, 1997

C-276 -- Ms. Davies (Vancouver East) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (protection of children)

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 5, 1997
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Robinson (Burnaby -- Douglas) -- November 6, 1997
      Mr. Riis (Kamloops) -- November 18, 1997

C-277 -- Mr. Elley (Nanaimo -- Cowichan) -- An Act to require a referendum on the restoration of the death penalty as a sentencing option and to amend the Referendum Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 7, 1997
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Anders (Calgary West), Mr. Breitkreuz (Yellowhead), Mr. Breitkreuz (Yorkton -- Melville), Mr. Lunn (Saanich -- Gulf Islands), Mr. Reynolds (West Vancouver -- Sunshine Coast), Mr. Ritz (Battlefords -- Lloydminster) and Mr. Solberg (Medicine Hat) -- November 7, 1997

C-278 -- Mr. Breitkreuz (Yorkton -- Melville) -- An Act to provide for the expiry of gun control legislation that is not proven effective within five years of coming into force

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 7, 1997
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Bailey (Souris -- Moose Mountain) and Mr. Pankiw (Saskatoon -- Humboldt) -- November 18, 1997
      Mr. Mark (Dauphin -- Swan River) and Mr. Ritz (Battlefords -- Lloydminster) -- November 20, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- December 7, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- April 30, 1999

C-279 -- Mr. Kenney (Calgary Southeast) -- An Act to promote the observance of two minutes of silence on Remembrance Day

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 7, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- November 25, 1997
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Riis (Kamloops) -- March 9, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- March 12, 1998

C-280 -- Mr. White (North Vancouver) -- An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act (registration of political parties)

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 17, 1997

C-281 -- Mr. Reynolds (West Vancouver -- Sunshine Coast) -- An Act to amend the Immigration Act (removal of those convicted of serious criminal offence)

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 18, 1997

C-282 -- Mr. Bélanger (Ottawa -- Vanier) -- An Act to amend the Canada Health Act (linguistic duality)

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 20, 1997
    Order discharged and Bill withdrawn -- October 28, 1998 (See Other Business No. 4)

C-283 -- Mr. Hoeppner (Portage -- Lisgar) -- An Act to amend the Canadian Wheat Board Act (audit)

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 20, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- June 4, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- October 21, 1998

C-284 -- Mr. Lowther (Calgary Centre) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Records Act and the Canadian Human Rights Act (offences against children)

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 20, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- December 5, 1997
    Designated as a votable item -- April 1, 1998
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Riis (Kamloops) -- March 9, 1998
      Mr. Ritz (Battlefords -- Lloydminster) -- March 25, 1998
      Mr. Bailey (Souris -- Moose Mountain) -- April 1, 1998
      Mr. Strahl (Fraser Valley) -- April 2, 1998
    Debated at second reading -- April 3, May 15 and September 29, 1998
    Order respecting the deferred recorded division on Bill C-284 -- September 29, 1998 (See Other Business No. 4)
    Read the second time and referred to the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights -- October 6, 1998
    Report presented with recommendation that the Bill not be further proceeded with (Sessional Paper No. 8510-361-175) -- May 12, 1999

C-285 -- Mr. Hill (Prince George -- Peace River) -- An Act to amend the Divorce Act (joint custody)

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 21, 1997

C-286 -- Mr. Bellehumeur (Berthier -- Montcalm) -- An Act to amend the Access to Information Act and amending the National Archives of Canada Act as a consequence (destruction and falsification of documents and access to confidences of the Privy Council)

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 24, 1997

C-287 -- Mr. Nystrom (Qu'Appelle) -- An Act to provide for the study of proportional representation in federal elections and a national referendum on the recommendations that result from the study

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 25, 1997
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Riis (Kamloops) -- February 25, 1998

C-288 -- Mr. Gallaway (Sarnia -- Lambton) -- An Act to amend the Broadcasting Act (broadcasting policy)

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 25, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- November 25, 1997
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- March 11, 1998

C-289 -- Mr. Ménard (Hochelaga -- Maisonneuve) -- An Act to amend the Bank Act and the Statistics Act (equity in community reinvestment)

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 25, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- November 25, 1997
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Riis (Kamloops) -- March 9, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- May 13, 1998

C-290 -- Mr. Crête (Kamouraska-Rivière-du-Loup-Témiscouata-Les Basques) -- An Act to amend the Canada Post Corporation Act (membership of Board of directors)

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 26, 1997

C-291 -- Mr. Crête (Kamouraska-Rivière-du-Loup-Témiscouata-Les Basques) -- An Act to provide for petitions presented to the House of Commons that have 250,000 or more signatures to be subsequently prepared as bills so far as possible and introduced in the House

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 26, 1997

C-292 -- Mr. Marceau (Charlesbourg) -- An Act to amend the Corrections and Conditional Release Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 27, 1997

C-293 -- Mr. Marceau (Charlesbourg) -- An Act to amend the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Act (Review Committee)

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 27, 1997

C-294 -- Mr. Cadman (Surrey North) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (victims' rights)

    Introduced and read the first time -- December 4, 1997

C-295 -- Mr. Crête (Kamouraska-Rivière-du-Loup-Témiscouata-Les Basques) -- An Act to amend the Employment Insurance Act 1997 (schedule I)

    Introduced and read the first time -- December 8, 1997

C-296 -- Mr. Chrétien (Frontenac -- Mégantic) -- An Act to amend the Employment Insurance Act, 1997 (rate of benefits)

    Introduced and read the first time -- December 8, 1997

C-297 -- Mr. Sauvageau (Repentigny) -- An Act to amend the Employment Insurance Act, 1997 (section 15)

    Introduced and read the first time -- December 8, 1997

C-298 -- Ms. Gagnon (Québec) -- An Act to amend the Employment Insurance Act, 1997 (qualifying for benefit)

    Introduced and read the first time -- December 8, 1997

C-299 -- Ms. Dalphond-Guiral (Laval Centre) -- An Act to amend the Employment Insurance Act, 1997 (premiums and Employment Insurance Account)

    Introduced and read the first time -- December 8, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- December 3, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- March 5, 1999

C-300 -- Mr. Ménard (Hochelaga -- Maisonneuve) -- An Act to amend the Employment Insurance Act, 1997 (refund)

    Introduced and read the first time -- December 8, 1997

C-301 -- Mr. de Savoye (Portneuf) -- An Act to provide for the limitation of interest rates in relation to credit cards issued by financial institutions, companies engaged in retail trade and petroleum companies

    Introduced and read the first time -- December 10, 1997

C-302 -- Mr. Thompson (Charlotte) -- An Act to establish the rights of fishers including the right to be involved in the process of fisheries stock assessment, fish conservation, setting of fishing quotas, fishing licensing and the public right to fish and establish the right of fishers to be informed of decisions affecting fishing as a livelihood in advance and the right to compensation if other rights are abrogated unfairly

    Introduced and read the first time -- December 10, 1997
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- April 28, 1998
    Designated as a votable item -- May 13, 1998
    Debated at second reading -- June 4, October 26, 1998 and February 1, 1999
    Order respecting proceedings on December 9, 1998 and the deferred recorded division on February 2, 1999 -- December 8, 1998 (See Other Business No. 4)
    Order respecting the deferred recorded division on Bill C-302 -- February 1, 1999 (See Other Business No. 4)
    Motion for second reading negatived -- February 2, 1999

C-303 -- Mr. Bellemare (Carleton -- Gloucester) -- An Act to amend the Expropriation Act (disposal of expropriated lands)

    Introduced and read the first time -- December 11, 1997
    Order respecting the sponsor -- October 28, 1998 (See Other Business No. 4)

C-304 -- Mr. Breitkreuz (Yorkton -- Melville) -- An Act to amend An Act for the Recognition and Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms and to amend the Constitution Act, 1867

    Introduced and read the first time -- December 11, 1997
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Stinson (Okanagan -- Shuswap) -- February 17, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- June 5, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- October 5, 1998

C-305 -- Ms. Meredith (South Surrey -- White Rock -- Langley) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (selling wildlife)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 4, 1998

C-306 -- Mr. Discepola (Vaudreuil -- Soulanges) -- An Act to amend the Bank Act (bank charges)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 4, 1998
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Robinson (Burnaby -- Douglas) -- March 5, 1998
      Mr. Riis (Kamloops) -- March 9, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence pursuant to Standing Order 87(6) -- February 1, 1999
    Order respecting the sponsor -- February 2, 1999 (See Other Business No. 4)
    Designated as a votable item -- February 8, 1999

C-307 -- Mr. Hill (Macleod) -- An Act to amend the Food and Drugs Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 5, 1998

C-308 -- Mr. Mahoney (Mississauga West) -- An Act respecting beverage containers

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 5, 1998

C-309 -- Mr. Ménard (Hochelaga -- Maisonneuve) -- An Act providing for equal treatment for persons cohabiting in a relationship similar to a conjugal relationship

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 6, 1998
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Robinson (Burnaby -- Douglas) -- February 16, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- June 8, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- February 2, 1999

C-310 -- Mr. Bailey (Souris -- Moose Mountain) -- An Act to require special interest groups that receive grants or loans from public funds to submit for tabling in Parliament a report on the purposes to which the funds were put

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 6, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- April 28, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- September 21, 1998

C-311 -- Mr. Sauvageau (Repentigny) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (reimbursement of costs following a free pardon)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 6, 1998

C-312 -- Mr. Mark (Dauphin -- Swan River) -- An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (percentage of gifts that may be deducted from tax)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 10, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- December 4, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- March 9, 1999

C-313 -- Mr. MacKay (Pictou -- Antigonish -- Guysborough) -- An Act to amend the Young Offenders Act and to amend certain other Acts in consequence thereof

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 11, 1998

C-314 -- Mr. Reynolds (West Vancouver -- Sunshine Coast) -- An Act to amend the Immigration Act (persons without identification not to be allowed into Canada as immigrants or refugees or under a Minister's permit)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 11, 1998

C-315 -- Mr. Nystrom (Qu'Appelle) -- An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (deductibility of expense of tools provided as a requirement of employment)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 12, 1998

C-316 -- Mr. Fontana (London North Centre) -- An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (interest on student loans)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 12, 1998
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Lunn (Saanich -- Gulf Islands) -- March 5, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- March 17, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- December 8, 1998

C-317 -- Mr. Williams (St. Albert) -- An Act to amend the Income Tax Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 12, 1998

C-318 -- Mr. Williams (St. Albert) -- An Act to amend the Excise Tax Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 12, 1998

C-319 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Canadian Bill of Rights (right to education)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-320 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Canadian Bill of Rights (right to literacy)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-321 -- Mr. Peric (Cambridge) -- An Act to amend the Immigration Act (improvement of enforcement in the case of those who commit offences)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-322 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (donors to food banks)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-323 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (tax credit for mental or physical impairment)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-324 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to establish national literacy standards across Canada

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-325 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to establish national standards across Canada for education provided by the provinces

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-326 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Canadian Bill of Rights (right to housing)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-327 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Bank Act (definition of "infant")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-328 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Bills of Exchange Act (definitions of "infant" and "minor")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-329 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Canada Business Corporations Act (definitions of "infant" and "minor")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-330 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Divorce Act (definition of "child")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-331 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Canada Pension Plan (definition of "child")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-332 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Canada Health Act (definition of "child")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-333 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Canada Shipping Act (definitions of "child" and "infant")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-334 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Canada Student Loans Act (definition of "full age")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-335 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Canada Cooperative Associations Act (definition of "infant")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-336 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Canada-United Kingdom Civil and Commercial Judgments Convention Act (definition of "infant" in matters originating in Canada)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-337 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (definition of "child")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-338 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Excise Act (definition of "adult")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-339 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Excise Tax Act (definition of "child")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-340 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Divorce Act (right of spouses' parents to access to or custody of child)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-341 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Canada Transportation Act (definition of "adult")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-342 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (definition of "child")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-343 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-344 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- Canadian Child Rights Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-345 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Canadian Forces Superannuation Act, the Carriage by Air Act, the Cree-Naskapi (of Quebec) Act, the Criminal Code, the Pension Act and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Superannuation Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-346 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Territorial Lands Act (definition of "adult")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-347 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Interpretation Act (definition of "child")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-348 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Extradition Act (definition of "child")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-349 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Government Employees Compensation Act (definition of "infant")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-350 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Hazardous Products Act (definition of "child")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-351 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Indian Act (definition of "infant child")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-352 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Act (definition of "child")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-353 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Insurance Companies Act (definition of "infant")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-354 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Land Titles Act (age of majority and definition of "infant")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-355 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Pension Fund Societies Act (definition of "minor child")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-356 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Privacy Act (definition of "minor")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-357 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to amend the Wages Liability Act (definition of "adult")

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 13, 1998

C-358 -- Mr. Mahoney (Mississauga West) -- An Act to amend the Copyright Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 16, 1998

C-359 -- Mr. Abbott (Kootenay -- Columbia) -- An Act to require every organization that receives a grant of public money to submit a report on the way it is spent that is to be available for public inspection

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 18, 1998

C-360 -- Mr. Peric (Cambridge) -- An Act to amend the Transfer of Offenders Act (removal of foreign offenders)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 18, 1998

C-361 -- Mr. Gouk (West Kootenay -- Okanagan) -- An Act to amend the Patent Act (life of patents pertaining to medicine)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 20, 1998

C-362 -- Mr. Gouk (West Kootenay -- Okanagan) -- An Act to amend the Firearms Act and the Criminal Code (no registration of firearms that are not restricted or prohibited firearms)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 20, 1998
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Bailey (Souris -- Moose Mountain) and Mr. Scott (Skeena) -- March 5, 1998

C-363 -- Mr. Mahoney (Mississauga West) -- An Act to require the establishment of national training and certification standards for trades that receive apprenticeship training

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 24, 1998

C-364 -- Mr. Fournier (Manicouagan) -- An Act to amend the Canada Labour Code and the Public Service Staff Relations Act (scabs and essential services)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 26, 1998

C-365 -- Mr. Harris (Prince George -- Bulkley Valley) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (desecration of the flag)

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 9, 1998

C-366 -- Mr. Benoit (Lakeland) -- An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (deduction of mechanics' tool expenses)

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 9, 1998
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Konrad (Prince Albert) -- April 21, 1998
      Mr. Ritz (Battlefords -- Lloydminster) -- April 30, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- April 28, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- June 3, 1998

C-367 -- Mr. McTeague (Pickering -- Ajax -- Uxbridge) -- An Act to amend the Motor Vehicle Safety Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 9, 1998

C-368 -- Mr. Ianno (Trinity -- Spadina) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the Department of Health Act (security of the child)

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 11, 1998
    Order discharged and Bill withdrown -- October 28, 1998 (See Other Business No. 4)

C-369 -- Mr. Wilfert (Oak Ridges) -- An Act to amend the Holidays Act (Sir Wilfrid Laurier Day) and to make consequential amendments to other Acts

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 11, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- March 19, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- May 6, 1998

C-370 -- Mr. Wilfert (Oak Ridges) -- An Act to amend the Holidays Act (Sir John A. Macdonald Day) and to make consequential amendments to other Acts

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 11, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- June 4, 1998
    Order discharged and Bill withdrawn -- October 21, 1998

C-371 -- Mr. White (North Vancouver) -- An Act to establish the right of electors to recall members of Parliament

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 11, 1998

C-372 -- Mr. O'Brien (London -- Fanshawe) -- An Act to amend the Constitution Act, 1867

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 11, 1998

C-373 -- Mr. Williams (St. Albert) -- An Act to provide for evaluations of statutory programs

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 12, 1998

C-374 -- Mr. Brien (Témiscamingue) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the Customs Tariff (prohibited toys)

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 12, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- March 11, 1999
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- May 3, 1999

C-375 -- Mr. Loubier (Saint-Hyacinthe -- Bagot) -- Balanced Budget Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 12, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- October 20, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- November 24, 1998

C-376 -- Mr. Bertrand (Pontiac -- Gatineau -- Labelle) -- An Act to amend the National Defence Act and to make related amendments to other Acts (Department of Defence)

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 13, 1998
    Order discharged and Bill withdrawn -- October 28, 1998 (See Other Business No. 4)

C-377 -- Mr. Crête (Kamouraska-Rivière-du-Loup-Témiscouata-Les Basques) -- An Act to amend the Employment Insurance Act, 1997

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 16, 1998

C-378 -- Mr. Caccia (Davenport) -- An Act to amend the Export Development Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 16, 1998

C-379 -- Mr. Caccia (Davenport) -- An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 16, 1998

C-380 -- Mr. Assadourian (Brampton Centre) -- An Act to amend the Interest Act and An Act to amend certain laws relating to financial institutions (mortgage prepayment and consumer disclosure)

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 16, 1998

C-381 -- Mr. McTeague (Pickering -- Ajax -- Uxbridge) -- An Act to amend the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 18, 1998

C-382 -- Mr. Gilmour (Nanaimo -- Alberni) -- An Act to allow the electors of a province to express an opinion on who should be summoned to the Senate to represent the province

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 19, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- October 20, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- November 26, 1998

C-383 -- Mr. Robinson (Burnaby -- Douglas) -- An Act to amend the Food and Drugs Act (warnings on alcoholic beverage containers)

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 23, 1998

C-384 -- Mr. Solomon (Regina -- Lumsden -- Lake Centre) -- An Act respecting the Energy Price Commission

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 24, 1998

C-385 -- Mr. Robinson (Burnaby -- Douglas) -- An Act to amend the Marriage (Prohibited Degrees) Act (marriage between persons of the same sex)

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 25, 1998

C-386 -- Mr. Robinson (Burnaby -- Douglas) -- An Act to amend the Income Tax Act and the Canada Pension Plan (definition of spouse)

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 25, 1998

C-387 -- Mr. Borotsik (Brandon -- Souris) -- An Act to establish a national committee to develop policies and procedures to ensure coordination in the delivery of programs by governments in the case of agricultural losses or disasters created by weather or pests, the coordination of the delivery of information, assistance, relief and compensation and study the compliance of such programs with World Trade Organization requirements

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 25, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- March 11, 1999
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- April 26, 1999

C-388 -- Mr. Cadman (Surrey North) -- An Act to amend the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (withdrawal of applications for full parole by offenders serving two or more years)

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 30, 1998

C-389 -- Mr. Bellemare (Carleton -- Gloucester) -- An Act to amend the Consumer Packaging and Labelling Act (nutritional value of food)

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 31, 1998

C-390 -- Mr. Kenney (Calgary Southeast) -- An Act to amend the Income Tax (allowances paid to elected officials)

    Introduced and read the first time -- April 21, 1998

C-391 -- Mr. Reynolds (West Vancouver -- Sunshine Coast) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (wearing of war decorations)

    Introduced and read the first time -- April 22, 1998

C-392 -- Mr. Penson (Peace River) -- An Act respecting the privatization of the Export Development Corporation and the disposal of the shares therein of Her Majesty in right of Canada

    Introduced and read the first time -- April 22, 1998

C-393 -- Mr. Gallaway (Sarnia -- Lambton) -- An Act to amend the Competition Act, 1998 (negative option marketing)

    Introduced and read the first time -- April 23, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- December 3, 1998
    Designated as a votable item -- February 8, 1999
    Debated at second reading -- March 10, 12 and May 7, 1999
    Read the second time and referred to the Standing Committee on Industry -- May 10, 1999

C-394 -- Mr. Gouk (West Kootenay -- Okanagan) -- An Act respecting the commercialization of VIA Rail Canada Inc.

    Introduced and read the first time -- April 27, 1998

C-395 -- Mr. Nystrom (Qu'Appelle) -- An Act to amend the Canada Pension Plan (early pension entitlement for police officers and firefighters).

    Introduced and read the first time -- April 29, 1998
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Robinson (Burnaby -- Douglas) -- September 17, 1998
      Ms. Davies (Vancouver East) -- May 4, 1999

C-396 -- Mr. Nystrom (Qu'Appelle) -- An Act to establish the office of Credit Ombudsman to be an advocate for the interests of consumers and small business in credit matters and to investigate and report on the provision by financial institutions of consumer and small business credit by community and by industry in order to ensure equity in the distribution of credit resources

    Introduced and read the first time -- April 30, 1998

C-397 -- Mr. Lowther (Calgary Centre) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (prostitution)

    Introduced and read the first time -- May 1, 1998

C-398 -- Mr. White (North Vancouver) -- An Act to amend the Broadcasting Act (designation of cable channels)

    Introduced and read the first time -- May 6, 1998

C-399 -- Mr. White (North Vancouver) -- An Act to amend the Elections Act (appointment of election officers)

    Introduced and read the first time -- May 6, 1998

C-400 -- Mr. Assadourian (Brampton Centre) -- (An Act to amend the Tobacco Act (substances contained in a tobacco product)

    Introduced and read the first time -- May 6, 1998

C-401 -- Mr. Shepherd (Durham) -- An Act to amend the Holidays Act (Flag Day) and to make consequential amendments to other Acts

    Introduced and read the first time -- May 6, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- October 20, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- February 10, 1999

C-402 -- Mr. Hart (Okanagan -- Coquihalla) -- An Act to amend the Indian Act (obligations of landlords and tenants on reserve land)

    Introduced and read the first time -- May 7, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- October 20, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- November 27, 1998

C-403 -- Mr. Bonwick (Simcoe -- Grey) -- An Act to amend the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (lead sinkers and lead jigs)

    Introduced and read the first time -- May 7, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- March 11, 1999
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- April 20, 1999

C-404 -- Mr. Riis (Kamloops) -- An Act to prohibit the export of water by interbasin transfers

    Introduced and read the first time -- May 13, 1998

C-405 -- Mr. Lavigne (Verdun -- Saint-Henri) -- An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act (ballot papers)

    Introduced and read the first time -- May 14, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- May 4, 1999
    Designated as votable item -- May 28, 1999
    Debated at second reading -- June 3, 1999

C-406 -- Mr. Benoit (Lakeland) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (search and seizure without warrant)

    Introduced and read the first time -- May 15, 1998

C-407 -- Mr. Nystrom (Qu'Appelle) -- An Act to amend the Bank Act (bank mergers)

    Introduced and read the first time -- May 25, 1998

C-408 -- Ms. Jennings (Notre-Dame-de-Grâce -- Lachine) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (wearing of war decorations)

    Introduced and read the first time -- May 25, 1998
    Order respecting the sponsor -- October 28, 1998 (See Other Business No. 4)

C-409 -- Ms. Redman (Ketchener-Centre) -- An Act to amend the Canada Post Corporation Act (letter that cannot be transmitted by post)

    Introduced and read the first time -- May 26, 1998
    Order respecting the sponsor -- October 28, 1998 (See Other Business No. 4)
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- May 4, 1999
    Designated as a votable item -- May 28, 1999

C-410 -- Ms. Catterall (Ottawa West -- Nepean) -- An Act to change the name of certain electoral districts

      Deemed to have been introduced and read the first time; deemed read the second time and referred to a Committee of the Whole; deemed reported without amendment; deemed concurred in at report stage; deemed read the third time and passed -- May 28, 1998
    Passed by the Senate (with amendments) -- June 9, 1998
    Order respecting proceedings on Bill C-410 -- June 10, 1998 (See Other Business No. 4)
    Motion in relation to Senate amendments -- Adopted -- June 11, 1998
    Royal Assent (Chapter No. 27) -- June 18, 1998

C-411 -- Mr. Baker (Gander -- Grand Falls) -- An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act

      Deemed to have been introduced and read the first time; deemed read the second time and referred to a Committee of the Whole; deemed reported without amendment; deemed concurred in at report stage; deemed read the third time and passed -- May 28, 1998
    Passed by the Senate -- June 9, 1998
    Royal Assent (Chapter No. 18) -- June 11, 1998

C-412 -- Mr. Caccia (Davenport) -- An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (food expenses)

    Introduced and read the first time -- June 1, 1998

C-413 -- Mr. Myers (Waterloo -- Wellington) -- An Act to provide for the recognition of a national symbol for the promotion of Canadian unity

    Introduced and read the first time -- June 2, 1998
    Order discharged and Bill withdrawn -- March 11, 1999

C-414 -- Mr. Myers (Waterloo -- Wellington) -- An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (wages of apprentices)

    Introduced and read the first time -- June 2, 1998
    Order discharged and Bill withdrawn -- March 11, 1999

C-415 -- Mr. Guimond (Beauport -- Montmorency -- Orléans) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (gaming and betting)

    Introduced and read the first time -- June 2, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- December 3, 1998
    Order discharged and Bill withdrawn -- February 2, 1999 (See Other Business No. 4)

C-416 -- Mr. Marceau (Charlesbourg) -- An Act to amend the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (accelerated parole reviews)

    Introduced and read the first time -- June 2, 1998

C-417 -- Mr. Coderre (Bourassa) -- An Act respecting Louis Riel

    Introduced and read the first time -- June 3, 1998
    Order respecting the sponsor -- October 28, 1998 (See Other Business No. 4)

C-418 -- Mr. Szabo (Mississauga South) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (mandatory counseling for certain assaults)

    Introduced and read the first time -- June 4, 1998

C-419 -- Mr. Mahoney (Mississauga West) -- An Act to amend the National Parks Act and other Acts in consequence thereof (Canada Parks)

    Introduced and read the first time -- June 8, 1998

C-420 -- Mr. Nystrom (Qu'Appelle) -- An Act to amend the Bank Act, the Insurance Companies Act and the Trust and Loan Companies Act (repayment of a mortgage loan before the maturity of the loan)

    Introduced and read the first time -- June 10, 1998

C-421 -- Mr. Nystrom (Qu'Appelle) -- An Act to amend the Interest Act (interest payable on repayment of a mortgage loan before maturity)

    Introduced and read the first time -- June 10, 1998

C-422 -- Mr. Bonin (Nickel Belt) -- An Act to amend the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Act (annual report)

    Introduced and read the first time -- June 11, 1998

C-423 -- Mr. Solomon (Regina -- Lumsden -- Lake Centre) -- An Act to amend the Parliament of Canada Act (meetings of the Board of Internal Economy)

    Introduced and read the first time -- June 11, 1998

C-424 -- Mr. Axworthy (Saskatoon -- Rosetown -- Biggar) -- An Act to prevent the use of the Internet to distribute pornographic material involving children

    Introduced and read the first time -- June 11, 1998
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Ms. Wasylycia-Leis (Winnipeg North Centre) -- October 7, 1998
      Miss Grey (Edmonton North) -- October 8, 1998
      Mr. Bailey (Souris -- Moose Mountain) -- October 15, 1998
      Mr. Jones (Markham) -- October 20, 1998
    Order respecting the sponsor -- June 2, 1999

C-425 -- Mr. Myers (Waterloo -- Wellington) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (public disclosure of the names of persons who have served a sentence of imprisonment for an offence of a sexual nature)

    Introduced and read the first time -- June 11, 1998
    Order discharged and Bill withdrawn -- March 11, 1999

C-426 -- Mr. Myers (Waterloo -- Wellington) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code

    Introduced and read the first time -- June 11, 1998
    Order discharged and Bill withdrawn -- March 11, 1999

C-427 -- Mr. Marceau (Charlesbourg) -- An Act to amend the National Defence Act (Her Majesty's Canadian Ship)

    Introduced and read the first time -- June 11, 1998

C-428 -- Mr. Ménard (Hochelaga -- Maisonneuve) -- An Act to amend the Bank Act and the Statistics Act (equity in community reinvestment)

    Introduced and read the first time -- June 12, 1998

C-429 -- Mr. Morrison (Cypress Hills -- Grasslands) -- An Act to amend the Canada Labour Code (severance pay)

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 21, 1998

C-430 -- Mr. Morrison (Cypress Hills -- Grasslands) -- An Act to amend the Canada Transportation Act (discontinued railway lines)

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 21, 1998
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Solomon (Regina -- Lumsden -- Lake Centre) -- September 29, 1998

C-431 -- Mr. Martin (Winnipeg Centre) -- An Act to amend the Canada Post Corporation Act (mail contractors)

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 23, 1998
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Ms. McDonough (Halifax) -- February 18, 1999
      Ms. Vautour (Beauséjour -- Petitcodiac) -- March 11, 1999
      Mrs. Dockrill (Bras D'Or -- Cape Breton) -- April 21, 1999
      Ms. Desjarlais (Churchill) -- June 11, 1999

C-432 -- Mr. Martin (Winnipeg Centre) -- An Act to provide for the establishment of national standards for labour market training, apprenticeship and certification

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 23, 1998

C-433 -- Mr. MacKay (Pictou -- Antigonish -- Guysborough) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (Order of prohibition)

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 23, 1998

C-434 -- Mr. Kenney (Calgary Southeast) -- An Act to promote the observance of two minutes of silence on Remembrance Day

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 24, 1998

C-435 -- Mr. Marceau (Charlesbourg) -- An Act to amend the Bank of Canada Act (withdrawal of the thousand dollar note)

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 24, 1998

C-436 -- Mr. Wappel (Scarborough Southwest) -- An Act to amend the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Act (recommendations of the Review Committee)

    Introduced and read the first time -- September 30, 1998

C-437 -- Mr. Riis (Kamloops, Thompson and Highland Valleys) -- An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 2, 1998
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Ms. Wasylycia-Leis (Winnipeg North Centre) -- October 8, 1998
      Mr. Solomon (Regina -- Lumsden -- Lake Centre) -- November 12, 1998
      Mr. Robinson (Burnaby -- Douglas) -- December 3, 1998

C-438 -- Mr. Thompson (Wild Rose) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (taking samples of bodily substances)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 6, 1998

C-439 -- Ms. Davies (Vancouver East) -- An Act to amend the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (student loan)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 7, 1998
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mrs. Dockrill (Bras D'Or -- Cape Breton) -- November 2, 1998

C-440 -- Mr. McTeague (Pickering -- Ajax -- Uxbridge) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (flight)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 7, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- March 12, 1999
    Designated as a votable item -- April 13, 1999
    Read the second time and referred to the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights -- April 16, 1999

C-441 -- Mr. Caccia (Davenport) -- An Act respecting the protection of wildlife species in Canada from extirpation or extinction

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 8, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- March 15, 1999
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- May 6, 1999

C-442 -- Mr. Grewal (Surrey Central) -- An Act to prohibit profiteering during emergencies

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 19, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- October 21, 1998
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- November 19, 1998

C-443 -- Mr. Chatters (Athabasca) -- An Act to amend the Nuclear Energy Act and the Nuclear Safety and Control Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 20, 1998

C-444 -- Mr. Thompson (Wild Rose) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 20, 1998

C-445 -- Mr. Kilger (Stormont -- Dundas) -- An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Stormont -- Dundas

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 21, 1998
    Deemed read the second time and referred to a Committee of the Whole; deemed reported without amendment; deemed concurred in at report stage; deemed read the third time and passed -- December 4, 1998
    Passed by the Senate -- February 11, 1999
    Royal Assent (Chapter No. 7) -- March 11, 1999

C-446 -- Mr. Solberg (Medicine Hat) -- An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (removal of foreign investment limit for registered retirement savings plans and registered retirement income funds)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 21, 1998

C-447 -- Mr. Marceau (Charlesbourg) -- An Act to amend the Canada Labour Code (application of Part I to members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police who are peace officers)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 22, 1998

C-448 -- Mr. Harris (Prince George -- Bulkley Valley) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (consecutive sentences)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 26, 1998

C-449 -- Mr. Szabo (Mississauga South) -- An Act to amend the Employment Insurance Act (parental benefits)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 27, 1998

C-450 -- Mr. Thompson (Wild Rose) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (bail in cases of assault with weapon or criminal harassment)

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 28, 1998

C-451 -- Mr. Pankiw (Saskatoon -- Humboldt) -- An Act to amend the Parliament of Canada Act and the Canada Elections Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 28, 1998

C-452 -- Mr. Breitkreuz (Yorkton -- Melville) -- An Act to amend An Act for the Recognition and Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms and to amend the Constitution Act, 1867

    Introduced and read the first time -- October 30, 1998

C-453 -- Mr. Bélair (Timmins -- James Bay) -- An Act to regulate the issue of ceremonial statements of service and recognition of duty

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 3, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- March 11, 1999
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- April 22, 1999

C-454 -- Mr. Calder (Dufferin -- Peel -- Wellington -- Grey) -- An Act to provide for the recognition of the Canadian Horse as the national horse of Canada

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 4, 1998
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- March 12, 1999
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- May 5, 1999

C-455 -- Mr. Wappel (Scarborough Southwest) -- An Act to amend the Food and Drugs Act (nutrition information on foods)

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 5, 1998

C-456 -- Mr. Harb (Ottawa Centre) -- An Act to protect Personal Privacy by restricting the use of Social Insurance Numbers

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 25, 1998

C-457 -- Mr. Anders (Calgary West) -- An Act to amend the Employment Insurance Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 27, 1998

C-458 -- Mr. Gilmour (Nanaimo -- Alberni) -- An Act to amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (trafficking in a controlled drug or substance within five hundred metres of an elementary school or a high school)

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 27, 1998

C-459 -- Mr. White (Langley -- Abbotsford) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (consecutive sentencing)

    Introduced and read the first time -- November 30, 1998

C-460 -- Mr. Nystrom (Regina -- Qu'Appelle) -- An Act to establish the office of Pension Ombudsman to investigate administrative difficulties encountered by persons in their dealings with government in respect of benefits under the Canada Pension Plan or the Old Age Security Act or tax liability on such benefits and to review the policies and practices applied in the administration and adjudication of such benefits and liabilities

    Introduced and read the first time -- December 2, 1998

C-461 -- Mr. Vellacott (Wanuskewin) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code to prohibit coercion in medical procedures that offend a person's religion or belief that human life is inviolable

    Introduced and read the first time -- December 2, 1998

C-462 -- Mr. Benoit (Lakeland) -- An Act to amend the Farm Income Protection Act (crop damage by gophers)

    Introduced and read the first time -- December 2, 1998
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Ritz (Battlefords -- Lloydminster) -- January 28, 1999

C-463 -- Mr. Goldring (Edmonton East) -- An Act to provide for compensation to those Canadian veterans who were taken prisoner by the Japanese in 1941 in Hong Kong and forced to work in forced labour camps

    Introduced and read the first time -- December 3, 1998

C-464 -- Mr. Stoffer (Sackville -- Eastern Shore) -- An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Sackville -- Eastern Shore

    Deemed to have been introduced and read the first time; deemed read the second time and referred to a Committee of the Whole; deemed reported without amendment; deemed concurred in at report stage; deemed read the third time and passed -- December 4, 1998
    Passed by the Senate -- February 11, 1999
    Royal Assent (Chapter No. 8) -- March 11, 1999

C-465 -- Mr. Dumas (Argenteuil -- Papineau) -- An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Argenteuil -- Papineau

    Deemed to have been introduced and read the first time; deemed read the second time and referred to a Committee of the Whole; deemed reported without amendment; deemed concurred in at report stage; deemed read the third time and passed -- December 4, 1998
    Passed by the Senate -- February 9, 1999
    Royal Assent (Chapter No. 6) -- March 11, 1999

C-466 -- Mr. Kenney (Calgary Southeast) -- An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (exemption from taxation of 50% of U.S. social security payments to Canadian residents)

    Introduced and read the first time -- December 10, 1998

C-467 -- Mr. Reynolds (West Vancouver -- Sunshine Coast) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code, the Young Offenders Act and the Transfer of Offenders Act (death penalty)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 3, 1999

C-468 -- Ms. McDonough (Halifax) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (criminal liability of corporations, directors and officers)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 5, 1999
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Robinson (Burnaby -- Douglas) -- February 9, 1999
      Ms. Davies (Vancouver East) -- February 25, 1999
      Ms. Vautour (Beauséjour -- Petitcodiac) -- March 11, 1999
      Mr. Godin (Acadie -- Bathurst) -- March 22, 1999
      Ms. Desjarlais (Churchill) -- April 13, 1999
      Mr. Martin (Winnipeg Centre) -- April 20, 1999

C-469 -- Mr. Anders (Calgary West) -- An Act to amend the Canada Labour Code

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 5, 1999
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- May 6, 1999

C-470 -- Mr. Marceau (Charlesbourg) -- An Act to amend the Canada Labour Code, the Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act and the Public Service Staff Relations Act (prohibited provision in a collective agreement)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 9, 1999

C-471 -- Mr. Bachand (Saint-Jean) -- An Act to amend the Employment Insurance Act (elimination of the waiting period in a natural disaster)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 10, 1999

C-472 -- Mr. McTeague (Pickering -- Ajax -- Uxbridge) -- An Act to amend the Competition Act (abuse of dominant position)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 10, 1999

C-473 -- Mr. Hill (Prince George -- Peace River) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the Young Offenders Act (capital punishment)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 10, 1999

C-474 -- Mr. Anders (Calgary West) -- An Act to amend the Canada Post Corporation Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 11, 1999

C-475 -- Mr. Obhrai (Calgary East) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (breaking and entering)

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 11, 1999

C-476 -- Mr. Shepherd (Durham) -- An Act to provide for improved information on the cost of proposed government programs

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 11, 1999
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- May 4, 1999

C-477 -- Mr. Morrison (Cypress Hills -- Grasslands) -- An Act to amend the Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Act and the Canada Labour Code as a consequence

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 11, 1999

C-478 -- Mr. Bailey (Souris -- Moose Mountain) -- An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 15, 1999

C-479 -- Mr. Assadourian (Brampton Centre) -- An Act to establish by the beginning of the twenty-first century a permanent museum exhibit to recognize the crimes against humanity as defined by the United Nations that have been perpetrated during the twentieth century

    Introduced and read the first time -- February 15, 1999

C-480 -- Mr. Thompson (Wild Rose) -- An Act to establish the office of First Nations Ombudsman to investigate complaints relating to administrative and communication problems between members of First Nations communities and their First Nation and between First Nations, allegations of improper financial administration and allegations of electoral irregularities

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 3, 1999

C-481 -- Mr. Ménard (Hochelaga -- Maisonneuve) -- An Act providing for equal treatment for persons cohabiting in a relationship similar to a conjugal relationship

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 5, 1999

C-482 -- Ms. Wasylycia-Leis (Winnipeg North Centre) -- An Act to amend the Hazardous Products Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 10, 1999
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Ms. Desjarlais (Churchill) -- April 8, 1999
      Mr. Robinson (Burnaby -- Douglas) -- June 8, 1999
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- May 4, 1999
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- June 9, 1999

C-483 -- Mr. Martin (Esquimalt -- Juan de Fuca) -- An Act to provide for the taking of samples of blood to detect the presence of certain viruses

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 10, 1999

C-484 -- Mr. Pankiw (Saskatoon -- Humboldt) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (consecutive sentence for use of firearm in commission of offence)

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 10, 1999
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- March 12, 1999
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Riis (Kamloops, Thompson and Highland Valleys) -- March 17, 1999
    Debated at second reading; dropped from the Order Paper -- April 15, 1999

C-485 -- Mr. Lincoln (Lac-Saint-Louis) -- An Act to prohibit the export of water from Canada by pipeline, railway tank car, tank truck, tanker or interbasin transfers

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 11, 1999
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Riis (Kamloops, Thompson and Highland Valleys) -- March 18, 1999

C-486 -- Mr. Goldring (Edmonton East) -- An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Edmonton East

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 11, 1999

C-487 -- Mr. White (Langley -- Abbotsford) -- An Act respecting a National Day Against Impaired Driving

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 11, 1999

C-488 -- Mr. Earle (Halifax West) -- Parliamentarians' Code of Conduct

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 15, 1999
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Ms. Desjarlais (Churchill) -- April 8, 1999

C-489 -- Mr. Casson (Lethbridge) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (forfeiture)

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 18, 1999
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Breitkreuz (Yorkton -- Melville) -- May 31, 1999

C-490 -- Ms. Gagnon (Québec) -- An Act to amend the Auditor General Act (Poverty Commissioner)

    Introduced and read the first time -- March 25, 1999
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- May 6, 1999

C-491 -- Mr. Ménard (Hochelaga -- Maisonneuve) -- Antipoverty Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- April 13, 1999
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Ms. Desjarlais (Churchill) and Ms. Davies (Vancouver East) -- April 21, 1999

C-492 -- Mr. Thompson (Wild Rose) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (dangerous offender)

    Introduced and read the first time -- April 15, 1999

C-493 -- Mr. Dubé (Lévis-et Chutes-de-la-Chaudière) -- An Act to promote shipbuilding, 1999

    Introduced and read the first time -- April 15, 1999
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Ms. Desjarlais (Churchill) -- May 4, 1999

C-494 -- Mr. Hill (Prince George -- Peace River) -- An Act to amend the Witness Protection Program Act and to make a related and consequential amendment to another Act (protection of spouses whose life is in danger)

    Introduced and read the first time -- April 19, 1999

C-495 -- Mr. Kenney (Calgary Southeast) -- An Act to confirm the rights of taxpayers and establish the Office for Taxpayer Protection

    Introduced and read the first time -- April 21, 1999

C-496 -- Mr. Stoffer (Sackville -- Musquodoboit Valley -- Eastern Shore) -- An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (medical expenses)

    Introduced and read the first time -- April 22, 1999
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Ms. Davies (Vancouver East) -- April 29, 1999

C-497 -- Ms. St-Hilaire (Longueuil) -- An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act (reimbursement of election expenses)

    Introduced and read the first time -- April 22, 1999

C-498 -- Mr. Elley (Nanaimo -- Cowichan) -- An Act respecting the establishment and award of an Organ Donation Medal to commemorate a person for the posthumous donation of an organ

    Introduced and read the first time -- April 22, 1999

C-499 -- Mr. Martin (Winnipeg Centre) -- An Act respecting the protection of whistle blowers and to amend the Auditor General Act, the Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act and the Public Service Staff Relations Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- April 23, 1999

C-500 -- Mr. Crête (Kamouraska-Rivière-du-Loup-Témiscouata-Les Basques) -- An Act to amend the Employment Insurance Act (waiting period)

    Introduced and read the first time -- April 26, 1999

C-501 -- Mr. Crête (Kamouraska-Rivière-du-Loup-Témiscouata-Les Basques) -- An Act to amend the Employment Insurance Act (self- employed persons)

    Introduced and read the first time -- April 26, 1999

C-502 -- Mr. Guimond (Beauport -- Montmorency -- Côte-de-Beaupré -- Île d'Orléans) -- An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (deduction of expenses incurred by a mechanic for tools required in employment)

    Introduced and read the first time -- April 26, 1999
    Placed on the Order of Precedence -- May 4, 1999
    Designated as a votable item -- May 28, 1999
    Debated at second reading -- June 10, 1999

C-503 -- Mr. Martin (Esquimalt -- Juan de Fuca) -- An Act to amend the Contraventions Act and the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (marihuana)

    Introduced and read the first time -- April 26, 1999
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Ms. Davies (Vancouver East) -- May 10, 1999

C-504 -- Mr. Lowther (Calgary Centre) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (prohibited sexual acts)

    Introduced and read the first time -- April 29, 1999

C-505 -- Mr. Lowther (Calgary Centre) -- An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (child adoption expenses)

    Introduced and read the first time -- April 29, 1999

C-506 -- Mr. Turp (Beauharnois -- Salaberry) -- An Act to provide for the tabling of treaties in the House of Commons

    Introduced and read the first time -- May 3, 1999
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Robinson (Burnaby -- Douglas) -- May 11, 1999

C-507 -- Mr. Guimond (Beauport -- Montmorency -- Côte-de-Beaupré -- Île d'Orléans) -- An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (child adoption expenses)

    Introduced and read the first time -- May 5, 1999

C-508 -- Mr. Stoffer (Sackville -- Musquodoboit Valley -- Eastern Shore) -- An Act to provide for a Hepatitis Awareness Month

    Introduced and read the first time -- May 5, 1999
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Ms. Wasylycia-Leis (Winnipeg North Centre) -- June 10, 1999

C-509 -- Mr. Gouk (Kootenay -- Boundary -- Okanagan) -- An Act to discontinue the retiring allowances payable to members of Parliament under the Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act and to include members of Parliament in the Public Service Superannuation Act and to discontinue members' tax free allowances for expenses and include the amount in members' sessional allowances

    Introduced and read the first time -- May 5, 1999

C-510 -- Mr. Nystrom (Regina -- Qu'Appelle) -- An Act to provide cost of production protection for the family farm

    Introduced and read the first time -- May 6, 1999

C-511 -- Mr. Sekora (Port Moody -- Coquitlam -- Port Coquitlam) -- An Act to establish a National Organ Donor Registry and to coordinate and promote organ donation throughout Canada

    Introduced and read the first time -- May 10, 1999
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Mr. Riis (Kamloops, Thompson and Highland Valleys) -- May 20, 1999

C-512 -- Ms. Beaumier (Brampton West -- Mississauga) -- An Act respecting Terry Fox Day

    Introduced and read the first time -- May 12, 1999

C-513 -- Mr. Hill (Prince George -- Peace River) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (conditional sentencing)

    Introduced and read the first time -- May 26, 1999

C-514 -- Mr. Lincoln (Lac-Saint-Louis) -- An Act to protect human health and the environment by reducing automotive pollution

    Introduced and read the first time -- May 27, 1999

C-515 -- Mr. Pankiw (Saskatoon -- Humboldt) -- An Act to provide for a referendum to determine whether Canadians wish medically unnecessary abortions to be insured services under the Canada Health Act and to amend the Referendum Act

    Introduced and read the first time -- June 2, 1999

C-516 -- Mr. Pankiw (Saskatoon -- Humboldt) -- An Act to amend the Criminal Code (consecutive sentence for use of firearm in commission of offence)

    Introduced and read the first time -- June 2, 1999

C-517 -- Mr. Morrison (Cypress Hills -- Grasslands) -- An Act respecting the transfer of grain elevators located in a Prairie province and the discontinuance of their operation

    Introduced and read the first time -- June 2, 1999

C-518 -- Mr. Epp (Elk Island) -- An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (deduction of property taxes paid in respect of a principal residence)

    Introduced and read the first time -- June 3, 1999

C-519 -- Ms. Vautour (Beauséjour -- Petitcodiac) -- An Act to limit the imposition of tolls on publicly financed highways, bridges and tunnels

    Introduced and read the first time -- June 10, 1999

C-520 -- Mr. Patry (Pierrefonds -- Dollard) -- An Act to amend the Employment Insurance Act (employer's bankruptcy)

    Introduced and read the first time -- June 10, 1999

Senate

This section contains public bills sponsored by private Members which originated in the Senate. Bills in this section have an ``S'' preceding the number of the Bill.

S-11 -- Ms. St-Jacques (Shefford) -- An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act in order to add social condition as a prohibited ground of discrimination

    Message received from the Senate -- June 9, 1998
    Read the first time -- October 19, 1998
    Designated as a votable item -- November 4, 1998
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Ms. Davies (Vancouver East) -- November 4, 1998
      Mr. Robinson (Burnaby -- Douglas) -- January 28, 1999
    Debated at second reading -- November 17, 1998, February 9 and March 25, 1999
    Order respecting the deferred recorded division on April 13, 1999 -- March 25, 1999 (See Other Business No. 4)
    Motion for second reading negatived -- April 13, 1999

S-13 -- Ms. Bennett (St. Paul's) -- An Act to incorporate and to establish an industry levy to provide for the Canadian Anti-Smoking Youth Foundation

    Read the first time -- November 18, 1998
    Pursuant to Standing Order 86(3), jointly seconded by:
      Ms. Wasylycia-Leis (Winnipeg North Centre) -- November 18, 1998
    Order discharged and item dropped from the Order Paper -- December 2, 1998