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50 Best Managed Private Companies designation see Overseas Express Consolidators (Canada) Inc.

1-800-O-Canada see Government services

60 Minutes see Refugees--Claimants, Terrorists

128 Flying Dragons Squadron see Canadian Armed Forces--Air Cadets

136 Kiowa Squadron see Canadian Armed Forces--Air Cadets

200 mile limit see Fisheries--Atlantic stocks, Grand Banks nose and tail

431 Air Demonstration Squadron (Snowbirds) see Canadian Armed Force--"Snowbirds"

705 Communications Squardon see Rice, Lt Col Herbert

$1,000 bill see Money laundering

1691 Saint John Army Cadet Corps see Canadian Armed Forces--Army Cadets

2001 Champions Across Canada see Children's Miracle Network

4-H Council

    >>National 4-H Citizenship Seminar, Ottawa, ON, S.O. 31, 2699(42:1405)
    >>National 4-H Week, S.O. 31, 6759(106:1400), 6833-4(107:1400)

4-U Enterprises see Terrorism/terrorists

A

"A Common Vision" see Human Resources Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities Standing Committee--Reports, Fourth

A Day for Hearts: Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Day Act (Bill C-265)--Thompson, G.

    >>First reading, 701(13:1510)
    >>See also Heart disease--Congenital heart defects

AAA Midget Canada Cup see Hockey

Abalone fishery

    >>Licence buyback program, establishing, necessity, S.O. 31, 4090(63:1405)
    >>Poaching, effects, 4011(61:1705)

ABB Industrial Group see Globablization, global economy/marketplace--Autonomy, Barnewick

Abbott, Jim (CA--Kootenay--Columbia)

Abduction see Criminal Code (amdt.--abduction)(Bill C-251); Child sexual abuse/assault/exploitation--Abduction

Abitibi--Baie-James--Nunavik constituency

    >>Description, 265(7:1035)
    >>See also Air transportation security--Increase, Passenger surcharge, Northern and Arctic Canada; Employment insurance--Changes; Mining industry--Metals

Abitibi-Témiscamingue region, QC

    >>Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario (FedNor) and Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec, roles, 3091-2(47:1855)
    >>Unemployment rate, students aged 15-24, January 2001, qu., 1776-7(30:1205)
    >>See also Exports--Quebec; Gasoline prices; Mining industry, QC

Ablonczy, Diane (CA--Calgary--Nose Hill)

Aboriginal Affairs, Northern Development and Natural Resources Standing Committee

    >>Reports, presented
    >>>First (Canada Foundation for Sustainable Development Technology Act (Bill C-4)), 1870(32:1010)
    >>>Second (Eldorado Nuclear Limited Reorganization and Divestiture Act and Petro-Canada Public Participation Act (amdt.)(Bill C-3)), 2177(35:1205)
    >>>Third (Main Estimates 2001-2001), 3619(55:1205)
    >>>Fourth (Fourt report, 36th Parl., 2nd Sess., "Forest Management Practices in Canada as an International Trade Issue"), government response requested, 3939(60:1220)
    >>>Fifth (Kanesatake Interim Land Base Governance Act (Bill S-24)), 4311(67:1005)
    >>>Sixth (Nunavut Waters and Nunavut Surface Rights Tribunal Act (Bill C-33)), 6770(106:1505)
    >>>Seventh (Nuclear Fuel Waste Act (Bill C-27)), 7416(117:1035-40)
    >>>Eighth (Yukon Act (Bill C-39), 7615(120:1510)
    >>>Ninth (Claim Settlements (Alberta and Saskatchewan) Implementation Act (Bill C-37), 7615(120:1510)
    >>See also Canada Foundation for Sustainable Development Technolog--Legislation; Canada Foundation for Sustainable Development Technology Act (Bill C-4); Claim Settlements (Alberta and Saskatchewan) Implementation Act Eldorado Nuclear Limited Reorganization and Divestiture Act and Petro-Canada First Nations Governance Act (Bill C-61); Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)--Reducing; Kanesatake Interim Land Base Governance Act (Bill S-24); Public Participation Act (amdt.)(Bill C-3); Natural resource industries--Legislation; Nuclear Fuel Wast Act (Bill C-27); Nunavut Waters and Nunavut Surface Rights Tribunal Act (Bill C-33); Specific Claims Resolution Act (Bill C-60); Yukon Act (Bill C-39)

Aboriginal communal fishing licences see Scrutiny of Regulations Standing Committe--Reports, Sixth

Aboriginal fishing rights

    >>Bays, dividing, Atlantic Canada, o.q., 1456(25:1125)
    >>Burnt Church First Nation see Lobster fishery
    >>Illegal, government ending, Scrutiny and Regulations Standing Joint Committee, findings, 9041(145:1615)
    >>>Committee legal counsel, letter to Hill Times, interference, impartiality compromised, 9000-2(144:1510-25), 9032-3(145:1515-20)
    >>>Disallowance report, tabling, 9663(156:1505)
    >>>>o.q., 8761(140:1455-500)
    >>>o.q., 8871(142:1150-5)
    >>Integration, co-operation, Fisheries and Oceans Mininster Dhaliwal, efforts, 376(8:1800)
    >>Licences
    >>>Boats, buyback program, unemployment, effects, 2495-6(38:1935-40), 4133-4(63:1905)
    >>>>Fisher helpers, Tracadie-Sheila Fisheries and Oceans Deparment offices, occupying, government assistance, requesting, o.q., 10457-8(169:1440)
    >>>Using, o.q., 1772-3(30:1145)
    >>Manitoba, sustenance fishing, regulating, federal government action, need, 12860-1(208:1640-5), 12901(209:1715-20)
    >>>Petitions, 10940(178:1510)
    >>>S.O. 31, 10930(178:1410)
    >>R. v. Marshall (1999), Supreme Court of Canada decision, government position, 328(7:1725)
    >>>Fisheries and Oceans Department opinion, o.q., 4585-6(71:1430)
    >>>Legal opinion, tabling, o.q., 534(11:1445-50)
    >>See also Lake of the Prairies; Lobster fishery; Métis--Hunting; Salmon, Pacific--Fraser River stocks

Aboriginal Head Start Program see Aboriginal peoples/communities

Aboriginal human resource development agreement holders see Child care--Nunavut

Aboriginal land claims

    >>British Columbia
    >>>Negotiating process, 6405(99:1250-5)
    >>>Referendum questionnaire, negotiations, impact, government position, o.q., 10088-9(163:1440-5)
    >>>Resource based industries, uncertainty, Haida Nation lawsuit, example, S.O. 31, 9458-9(153:1405)
    >>>Snuneymuxw Band, urban treaty negotiations, Nanaimo, Gabriola Island residents, including, request, S.O. 31, 868(16:1355)
    >>>See also Mining industry--British Columbia
    >>Canadian Alliance position, 6405(99:1255), 12851(208:1535), 12864(208:1710)
    >>Canadian Centre for the Independent Resolution of First Nations Specific Claims, establishing, negotiations, resolution, facilitating, 12831-2(298:1345-50), 12851(208:1535), 12855-6(208:1605-10), 12858-9(208:1630), 12861-2(208:1650), 12863(208:1700-5)
    >>Government abandoning process, 8227(131:1225)
    >>Lands, transfer to reserve status, government obligation, third party rights, mineral claims, process, etc., 6398-402(99:1205-25), 6403-4(99:1240-5), 6406-7(99:1255-305), 6409-10(99:1320-30), 7743-5(123:1205-25)
    >>>Alberta and Saskatchewan, legislation, Claim Settlements (Alberta and Saskatchewan) Act (Bill C-37), 6398-9(99:1205), 6401(99:1220), 6402-3(99:1235), 6407-8(99:1310-5), 6410-3(99:1225-50), 7744(123:1220)
    >>>Manitoba Claim Settlements Implementation Act, model, 6399-401(99:1205-20), 6403(99:1235), 6410(99:1335), 6412(99:1340)
    >>Negotiation process, aboriginal/non-aboriginal consultation, 12854-5(208:1600-5), 12857-8(208:1620-5), 12863-4(208:1700-5)
    >>Northern flood agreement, voting process, 4517-8(70:1030-5)
    >>Pre-reserve designation, Saskatchewan Treaty Land Entitlement Act, 6399-400(99:1210-5), 7743(123:1210)
    >>Respecting, 171(5:1245)
    >>Specific claims, 12853(208:1550-5), 12856-7(208:1615-20), 12861(208:1645-50)
    >>>Lawful obligation concept, 12852-3(208:1545-50)
    >>>Specific Claims Resolution Act (Bill C-60)
    >>Unsettled claims, backlog, 12832-3(208:1350-5), 12851(208:1535-40), 12853(208:1550-5), 12857(208:1620)
    >>See also Claim Settlements (Alberta and Saskatchewan) Implementation Act (Bill C-37); Indian Claims Commission; Kanesatake Interim Land Base Governance Act (Bill S-24); Marine conservation areas--Consultations; Northern Canada--Development; Nunavut--Land claims agreement of 1993; Sea King helicopters--Replacements; Yukon--Responsible government

Aboriginal peoples/communities

    >>Aboriginal Head Start program
    >>>Expanding, Throne Speech proposal, 13(2:1530), 51(3:1650), 281(7:1225), 289(7:1320)
    >>>>o.q., 112(4:1455)
    >>>Funding increase, Budget 2001 measure, 8080(128:1635), 8179(130:1520), 8417(134:1150), 8452(134:1555), 8843(141:1640)
    >>>Skills development, employment opportunities, relationship, o.q., 9103(146:1450)
    >>Addiction treatment centres see Sagkeeng Solvent Treatment Centre; Virginia Fontaine Addictions Foundation
    >>Alienation, 1288-9(22:2025)
    >>Autonomy/dependancy, government involvement, reducing, Canadian Alliance position, 43-4(11:1550)
    >>Budget 2001 measures, 6829-30(107:1330-40), 6832(107:1350), 8416-7(134:1150)
    >>>Inadequate, 8101(129:1155), 8225(131:1210), 8227(131:1225), 8458(134:1640)
    >>>Failure, 8834(141:1530)
    >>>Lack, 8808(141:1240)
    >>>See also Aboriginal peoples/communities--Children--Economic/social conditions
    >>Businesses, successful, 8834(141:1525)
    >>Canadian Alliance, anti-Indian movement, 1289(22:2025)
    >>>Martin, Pat, comments, 1815-20(31:1310-35)
    >>Children
    >>>Budget 2001 measures, 8080(128:1635), 8187(130:1620), 8217(131:1115), 8313(133:1300), 8417(134:1150), 8461(134:1700), 8843(141:1640)
    >>>Northern Canada, non-reserve communities, 8179(130:1520), 8180(130:1525)
    >>>o.q., 8176(130:1500)
    >>>Welfare, multi-service programs, government commitment, S.O. 31, 12768-9(207:1415)
    >>>See also Aboriginal peoples/communities--Aboriginal Head Start program, Funding increase--Education, Learning challenges--Fetal alcohol syndrome--Reducing
    >>Conflict with the law
    >>>Incarceration rate, youth, etc., disproportionate, 78(4:1120)
    >>>Percentage, reducing, Throne Speech commitment, 14-5(2:1530), 78(4:1120)
    >>>See also Penitentiary inmates; Sentences (convicted criminals); Youth justice system
    >>Constitutional rights, 2247(36:1650-5)
    >>Delta--South Richmond constituency, program/special expenditures, r.o. 5628(87:1005)
    >>Drug and substance abuse, 4150-1(64:1200), 4183(64:1530-35)
    >>>Prescription drug use, monitoring system, need, government failure, S.O. 31, 8120(129:1405)
    >>>Solvent abuse, 4141(64:1050)
    >>Early childhood development programs, government participation, expanding, Throne Speech commitment, 12(2:1530)
    >>>o.q., 112(4:1455), 1834(31:1455)
    >>Economic development, 6409(99:1325)
    >>>Government funding, 12753(207:1210)
    >>Economic/social conditions
    >>>Addressing, Throne Speech
    >>>>Commitment, 12(2:1530), 171(5:1245), 281(7:1225), 289(7:1320), 366-7(8:1655)
    >>>>>Government guilt, 62(3:1810)
    >>>>>o.q., 112(4:1455)
    >>>>Omission, 59(3:1755), 500(10:1405)
    >>>Budget 2001 not addressing, 8104(129:1210), 8106(129:1230)
    >>>First nations management systems, economic development and self-sufficiency strategic planning, 1859-61(31:1735-45)
    >>>Improving, Canadian Alliance proposals, 8567(136:1645)
    >>>Indian band members, Sagkeeng, Tsuu T'ina, Penticton, frustration, band offices occupation, government position, o.q., 4177(64:1455)
    >>>Leadership, accountability factor
    >>>>Canadian Alliance position, 3489(53:1510), 12754-5(207:1225-30), 12759(207:1300), 12764-5(207:1345-50), 12787-9(207:16110-20)
    >>>>Progressive Conservative Party position, 12761-3(207:1315-25)
    >>>Opportunities, incentives, government role, 1858(31:1725-30), 4518-9(70:1040-5), 9386(151:1655-700)
    >>>Third world conditions, health, housing, aboriginal leadership misusing funds, lack of accountability, etc., 90-1(4:1245-50), 435(9:1535), 1806-7(31:1210), 1811(31:1240), 1821-2(31:1350-5), 1846-8(31:1605-20), 1854-5(31:1700-10), 1863(31:1800), 2138-9(34:1625), 8528-9(136:1155-200), 8567(136:1650), 8834(141:1520), 12592(203:2220), 12763-5(207:1330-50), 12784(207:1535-40), 12787(207:1605-10), 12864-5(208:1710-20)
    >>>United Nations ranking, 8225(131:1210)
    >>>Urban, off-reserve, 1855(31:1710), 8225(131:1220)
    >>>Youth
    >>>>50% living in cities, poverty, 3491(53:1530)
    >>>>Palestinian youth, militancy, Owen, Secratary of State for Indian Affairs and Northern Development, comparison, fearmongering, S.O. 31, 8712(139:1415)
    >>>See also Aboriginal peoples/communities--Government expenditures
    >>Education
    >>>Eastwood Community School, Thompson, MB, Cree bilingual school, S.O. 31, 5549(85:1410)
    >>>Government expenditures, inadequate, 8101(129:1155)
    >>>Kitkatla Band, Prince Rupert School Distrcit No. 52, money owed, S.O. 31, 12994-5(211:1100)
    >>>Learning challenges, government funding, Budget 2001 measure, 8080(128:1635), 8179(130:1520), 8417(134:1150)
    >>>Post-secondary
    >>>>Funds for students, lack, 76(4:1105), 6822(107:1240)
    >>>>Opportunities, increasing, 289(7:1320), 325(7:1655)
    >>>Secondary students leaving home, communities lacking schools, 76(4:1105)
    >>>Youth, needs not met, Indian Affairs and Northern Development Department, responsibility, 1848-9(31:1620-30)
    >>Environmental pollution, impact, 4063(62:1340-5)
    >>Equality
    >>>Canadian Alliance policies, 2247-8(36:1650-5)
    >>>Opportunity, lack, etc., 90-1(4:1245-50)
    >>Federal government role, 8154(129:1815)
    >>Fetal alcohol syndrome
    >>>Health Standing Committee 1992 recommendations ignored, 91(4:1250)
    >>>Incidences in newborns, reducing, federal-provincial-territorial co-operation, Throne Speech statement, 13(2:1530), 281(7:1225)
    >>>Reducing, government funding, Budget 2001 measure, 8080(128:1635), 8117(129:1350), 8155(129:1820), 8179(130:1520), 8198-9(130:1740-5), 8210(131:1025), 8216(131:1110), 8225(131:1210), 8417(134:1150), 8877(142:1235)
    >>>>Diverting funds from wasteful spending, 8096(129:1110-5), 8209(131:1015)
    >>>>Programs, developing, 8199(130:1745), 9004(144:1545)
    >>First Nations governance, draft legislation, Indian Act, replacing, consultation process, 12751-2(207:1200-10), 12755(207:1230), 12757(207:1245-50), 12762(207:1315-20)
    >>>Failure, 12758-9(207:1255-300)
    >>>>Attendance, lack, financial incentives, government offering, o.q., 9708(157:1145)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 12668(205:1400)
    >>>>o.q., 12716-8(206:1135-40), 12779(207:1500)
    >>>Government backtracking, spending priority, reassessing, o.q., 8060(128:1425)
    >>>Legislation, First Nations Governance Act (Bill C-61)
    >>>>Bloc Quebecois, position, 12758(207:1250)
    >>>>Committee process, Assembly of First Nations, role, 12760-1(207:1310), 12783(207:1530), 12786(207:1600-5)
    >>>>>o.q., 12775(207:1440)
    >>>>New Democratic Party position, 12785-61(207:1255-315), 12766(207:1355), 12783(207:1530-5)
    >>>>Rejecting, petitions, 12916(210:1015)
    >>>>Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, recommendations, government ignoring, 12760(207:1305-10), 12763(207:1325)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 12769(207:1410)
    >>>Manitoba first nations, position
    >>>>o.q., 9831(159:1450-5), 9887(160:1445)
    >>>>Opposing, petitions, 10395(168:1515), 10606(172:1205), 10672(173:1720), 10772(175:1515), 10799(176:1005), 11603(189:1530)
    >>>o.q., 7768(123:1455), 9887(160:1450), 11232(183:1455-500), 12191(199:1505)
    >>>See also Aboriginal peoples/communities--Legislation, First Nations Governance Act (Bill C-61)
    >>Fishing rights see Aboriginal fishing rights
    >>Funding, $1.2 billion, o.q., 1834(31:1455)
    >>>Government neglect, 270(7:1110)
    >>>>o.q., 1834(31:1450)
    >>>Improvements, Throne Speech commitment, o.q., 1834(31:1450-5)
    >>Gathering Strength - Canada's Aboriginal Action plan, government long term solution, 76(4:1110)
    >>Government expenditures
    >>>Investments, 8217(131:1110)
    >>>Three levels, $10 billion, lack of impact on and social conditions, 8096(129:1115)
    >>>Total federal expenditures, $7.4 billion, 8834(141:1520)
    >>Health care services
    >>>AMA native health agency, double payments, non-delivery of services, recovery of funds, audits, etc., o.q., 826(15:1145)
    >>>Auditor General's report, concerns, 5043(77:2035), 5045(77:2055)
    >>>Disease prevention, importance, 281(7:1225), 367(8:1700), 4838(72:1210)
    >>>First Nations and Innuit Health Branch, Health Department, mismanagement, lack of accountability, 1853(31:1655)
    >>>>Accountability framework, establishing, 1852-3(31:1650)
    >>>>o.q., 1164(21:1440)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 1157(21:1405-10)
    >>>Funds necessary, lacking, 4637-8(72:1205)
    >>>Improving, government role, 1852(31:1645-50), 9004(144:1545), 12597(203:2250)
    >>>Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, report, condemning, S.O. 31, 11123(181:1405)
    >>>Non-insured health benefits program, 7825-6(124:1325-35)
    >>>Pharmaceuticals see Drugs and pharmaceuticals
    >>>Priority, 12573(203:2005)
    >>>See also Public Accounts Standing Committee--Reports, Tenth
    >>HIV/AIDS see HIV/AIDS
    >>Housing
    >>>Funding
    >>>>Mechanism, qu., 12919-20(210:1015)
    >>>>Shortage, 76(4:1105), 4063(62:1340)
    >>>Urban aboriginal housing program, self-management proposal, government position, o.q., 7451(117:1500)
    >>>See also Aboriginal peoples/communities--Economic/social conditions
    >>Individual property rights, 44(3:1550), 9432(152:1330)
    >>Inuit children, Davis Inlet, Sheshatsui, gas sniffing addiction, treatment, government commitment, o.q., 2125(34:1455)
    >>Justice system, 727(13:1815-20)
    >>Liberal government (Chrétien) policy shift, Prime Minister Chrétien legacy factor, etc., 8227(131:1225)
    >>Métis and non-status Indians, government funding for special initiatives, sunsetting, 12295(200:1830)
    >>"People to People, Nation to Nation", Royal Commission report, 1851-2(31:1645)
    >>Policing, federal funding for officers not hired, Auditor General's findings, 8210(131:1025)
    >>Pollution, impact, 4062-3(62:1340)
    >>Preventable diabetes and tuberculosis, incidences, reducing, government focus, Throne Speech commitment, 13(2:1530)
    >>Residential schools (boarding schools), litigation process, government, church organizations, resolving, reconciliation, facilitating
    >>>Church buildings, mortgaging, government demand, allegation
    >>>>o.q., 6843(107:1455)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 6877-8(108:1055)
    >>>Justice Department, staff, lawyers, hours worked, qu., 10607(172:1205)
    >>>Mohawk Institute lawsuit, federal government repsonsibility, assuming, petitions, 8927(143:1510), 9333(151:1010), 12890(209:1545)
    >>>Mediator, independent, church proposal, o.q., 7098(111:1500)
    >>>o.q., 1773-4(30:1145-50), 3259(50:1145), 3666-8(56:1455-500), 4532-3(70:1150-200), 4663(72:1445)
    >>>Out of court settlement, government paying 70%, churches, bankruptcy prosect, unacceptable
    >>>>o.q., 7216(113:1155)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 6760(106:1405)
    >>>Petitions, 9151(147:1205)
    >>>Saskatchewan, Justice Ted Malone ruling, federal government responsibility, Anglican church not liable
    >>>>o.q., 4099(63:1450), 4532(70:1150-5)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 4522(70:1105)
    >>>S.O. 31, 3386-7(52:1400)
    >>Suicide rate, o.q., 1834(31:1455)
    >>Taxation, exemption, Treaty 8 provision, Federal Court of Canada upholding
    >>>o.q., 9711(157:1155)
    >>>qu., 10772(175:1515)
    >>>S.O. 31, 9700(1567:1100)
    >>Treaty process
    >>>Government abandoning, 8227(131:1225)
    >>>History, 1850-1(31:1635-45), 12789-90(207:1625-30), 12860(208:1640)
    >>>See also Aboriginal self-government--British Columbia; Aboriginal treaty rights
    >>Veterans see Veterans
    >>Water and sewage systems, lack, 4063(62:1340)
    >>Water, clean, lack, 76(4:1110)
    >>>Boil water notices, 83 first nations affected, government action, o.q., 11765(192:1500)
    >>Winnipeg, MB residents, 8416(134:1150)
    >>Youth, demographics, 6830(107:1340)
    >>See also Algoma-Manitoulin constituency--Challenges; Beardy, Sandy; Canada--History; Cigarette smuggling--Resumption; Community Access Program (Internet)--Rural; Crab fishery--Government actions; Cruelty to animals--Legislation (Bill C-15)(Bill C-15B); Disabled and handicapped persons; Drinking water contamination; Drugs and pharmaceuticals; Early Childhood Development initiative--Federal contribution; Elley--References; Environmental assessment; Forest industry; Free Trade Area of the Americas; Fur industry; Gladstone, Sen. James; Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)--Northern Canada; Gun control/guns--Registration system; HIV/AIDS--Cases; Indian bands/reserves; Marine conservation areas--Consultations; Métis; National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation 2001; North American Indigenous Games (Winnipeg, MB, 2002); Nuclear waste; Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs)--Northern aboriginal peoples; Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (Erasmus-Dussault); SchoolNet (Internet)--Rural; Skilled trades and technology workforce; Species at risk (endangered species); Summit of the Americas (April 2001, Quebec City, QC)--Indigenous peoples/governments; Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting, Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36); Veterans; Western Arctic constituency--Budget 2001 measures--Demographics

Aboriginal rights see Nunavut--Land claims agreement of 1993

Aboriginal self-government

    >>British Columbia treaty process, municipalities, importance, lack of involvement, Nanaimo, BC, etc., 91(4:1255)
    >>Canadian Alliance opposing, 4212-3(65:1040-50)
    >>Consultation process
    >>>Community level, involvment, importance, 3488-9(53:1505-15), 4517(70:1030), 4518-9(70:1040)
    >>>Interim steps, 3488(53:1505-10)
    >>>Nisga'a Final Agreement Act (Bill C-9)(36th Parl., 2nd Sess.), example, o.q., 3935(60:1155)
    >>Cree-Quebec agreement, milestone, 9381(151:1615)
    >>>S.O. 31, 6474-5(100:1410), 6519(101:1410), 8637-8(138:1410), 8819(141:1400)
    >>Delenhe, proposal, creating, 366(8:1655)
    >>Dogub land claim, provision, constitutional, 366(8:1655)
    >>Existing studies, commissions, recommendations, utilizing, 3490-2(53:1515-30)
    >>Government commitment, legislation, introducing, statement by minister (Nault), 3487-92(53:1500-30)
    >>Gwich'in Tribal Council, proposal, creating, 366(8:1655)
    >>Importance, financial factor, 76(4:1105)
    >>Inherent right, respecting, 3488(53:1505), 3490-1(53:1520-30)
    >>Inuvialuit Regional Corporation, proposal, creating, 366(8:1655)
    >>Kanesatake Mohawks, interim land governance, Oka, QC, harmonization agreement, 4207-8(65:1010-20), 4210-4(65:1030-55), 4230-2(65:1210-20), 4513-7(70:1005-20), 4519-20(70:1050-5), 1037(70:1215-20)
    >>>Opposition to, community imput, lack, 4514-5(70:1015)
    >>Legislation, government agenda, fall 2001, Consultation Strategy for First Nations Governance, "Communities First: First Nation Governance"
    >>>Consultation, grassroots, need, 4209-10(65:1025-30)
    >>>Cross-Canada consultation process, status, o.q., 6842-3(107:1455)
    >>>Leaked cabinet document, o.q., 4222(65:1130-5)
    >>>Manitoba, first nation leaders, position, 4517(70:1035)
    >>Library of Parliament, third parliamentary House, aboriginal membership, proposal, 1850-1(31:1630-40), 12790(207:1630)
    >>See also Nunavut--Land claims agreement of 1993, Self-government

Aboriginal treaty process see Aboriginal peoples/communities--Treaty process

Aboriginal treaty rights

    >>Nova Scotia, federal government, Mi'kmaq chiefs, agreement, R. v. Marshall (1999) decision, impact, o.q., 12350(201:1140)
    >>Treaties of Peace and Friendship of 1760-1, qu., 9150-2(147:1205)
    >>See also Aboriginal peoples/communities--Taxation; Water exports--Banning, Legislation

Aboriginal Youth Conference see National Aboriginal Youth Conference

Abortion

    >>Combatting, National March for Life, S.O. 31, 11489(187:1100)
    >>Human being, defining, M. (Breitkreuz), 2147-56(34:1730-830)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 2156(34:1830)
    >>Illegal unless pregnancy threatens life of mother, petitions, 10771-2(175:1515)
    >>Medically unnecessary, funding under Canada Health Act, referendum, 11056(180:1530)
    >>>See also Medically Unnecessary Abortions Referendum Act (Bill C-452)
    >>Public funding, prohibiting, petitions, 4595(71:1520)
    >>Rights of the unborn, protection, recognition in Criminal Code
    >>>Petitions, 1678(29:1015), 3804(58:1515), 4948-9(77:1025), 11415(186:1005), 11720(191:1205), 11886(194:1515), 12614(204:1520)
    >>RU-486 method, side effects, prohibiting in Canada, petition, 702(13:1520)
    >>See also Health care providers; Pregnancy--Maternal mortality; Van Hee, Fr. Tony

Académie Les Estacades

    >>Cap-de-la-Madeleine, QC, New York music festival, gold medal winners, S.O. 31, 4522(70:1105)

Academy Awards

    >>National Film Board, Cordell Barker, animator, Strange Invaders, nomination, S.O. 31, 9292(150:1410)

Acadia University

    >>Reputation, Maclean's ranking, awards, learning environment, etc., S.O. 31, 3925-6(60:1110)

Acadians

    >>Apology, British Crown, presenting
    >>>Accepting, false remarks, 7531(119:1000-5)
    >>>Government not supporting, 11195(182:1410-5)
    >>>>o.q., 5487(84:1445-50)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 7557(119:1410)
    >>>M. (Bergeron), 2331-9(37:1730-825), 5933-41(91:1730-825), 7458-67(117:1545-650), negatived, on recorded division, 7570(119:1525-40)
    >>>>Amdt. (Dalphond-Guiral), 7459(117:1550), negatived, on recorded division, 7569(119:1520-5)
    >>>>Dropped to bottom of order of precedence on Order Paper, 2340(37:1825), 5941(91:1825)
    >>>>Passage, petitions, 7101(111:1520), 7418(117:1050), 7504(118:1510)
    >>>Perrin, Warren, Louisiana, United States, seeking, S.O. 31, 3790-1(58:1405)
    >>>Quebec National Assembly unanimous motion, Leblanc criticism, condemning, S.O. 31, 12952-3(210:1410), 12996(211:1110)
    >>Copps, Canadian Heritage Minister, comments re church involvement, o.q., 7445(117:1425)
    >>See also Francophones outside Quebec--Assimilation, Francophone and Acadian communities--Louisiana, United States; Quebec separation/sovereignty

Acadie--Bathurst constituency see Employment insurance--Changes

ACAN see Government contracts

Accenture report see Government on-line services (Internet)--E-government

"Access to Higher Education And Training" see Human Resources Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities Standing Committee--Reports, Fifth

Access to information

    >>Applications, access requests from journalists and opposition Members of Parliament, slower service, closer scrutiny to protect ministers, etc., 9134(147:1030), 12318(200:2140)
    >>>Access to Information Commissioner report, 12315-6(200:2120-5), 12317(200:2130)
    >>>o.q., 5083(78:1420), 5088(78:1455)
    >>Government denying to opposition, democracy and openness not functioning, 8584-5(137:1025-30)
    >>Government stalling and delaying tactics, 395(9:1130), 2040(33:2100)
    >>Government writing threatening letters to individual inquiring about expense accounts, 12316(200:2125)
    >>Restrictions, use of Official Secrets Act, 6170(95:1100)
    >>See also Africa--Canadian aid; Air traffic controllers--Incident reports; Air transportation security--Increase, Canada Air Transport Security Authority; Cabinet Ministers--And exempt staff; Committees, Parliamentary--Privacy; Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quec--Members of Parliament access to information on grants in constituency; Environmental assessment; Government on-line services (Internet); Health care system--Accountability--Patients role; Human Resources Development Department; Marine conservation areas--Consultations; Nuclear waste--Waste management organization; Pesticides--Approval process, Public registry; Quebec separation/sovereignty--Referendum (1995)

Access to Information Act

Access to Information Act (amdt.--Cabinet confidences)(Bill C-341)--Breitkreuz

    >>First reading, 3492-3(53:1535)
    >>See also Government departments, boards, agencies and commissions--Documents

Access to Information Act (amdt.--Crown corporations and the Canadian Wheat Board)(Bill C-249)--Borotsik

    >>First reading, 351(8:1515)
    >>Second reading, 2935-44(46:1105-200)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 2944(46:1200)
    >>See also Crown corporations; Canadian Wheat Board

Access to Information Commissioner

    >>2001-2002 annual report, tabled, 12223(200:1000)
    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Justice Department
    >>Mandate, work, respecting, 63(3:1815)
    >>Reid, Hon. John see Access to Information Act--Suspending; Privilege--MacKay (contempt of Parliament)
    >>See also Access to Information--Applications; Access to Information Act--Review--Task Force review--"Working remarkably well"; Ethics Counsellor--Independence, Auditor General; Liberal government (Chrétien)--Accountability; Officers of Parliament; Parliamentary watchdogs

Access West see Western Economic Diversification Canada

access.ca see Government on-line services (Internet)

Accidents see Farmers/farms; Highway safety/accidents; Marine transportation--Safety factors, measures; Railway safety/accidents

Accord for the Protection of Species at Risk see Species at risk (endangered species)

Accountability see Cabinet Ministers; Courts Administration Service; Government finances; Health care system; Law enforcement officials--Illegal acts committed in course of investigations; Species at risk (endangered species)--Protecting; Terrorism/terrorists, combatting--Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36)

Accountants see Tax accountants

Accounting see Government finances

Accounting principles see Government expenditures

Acid rain

    >>Canada-United States Acid Rain Protocol, Progressive Conservative (Mulroney), achievement, 1332-3(23:1525), 3703(57:1015), 3706(57:1040)
    >>Maple trees, Quebec, impact, acid rain strategy, relationship, o.q., 3665(56:1445-50)
    >>See also Energy--United States energy plan; Marine transportation--Environmental factors; Salmon, Atlantic

ACOA see Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA)

Acoustic deterrent devices see Marine conservation areas

ACQ see Ammoniacal copper quaternary (ACQ)

Acquifers see Water/freshwater--Inventory

Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) see HIV/AIDS

Acrolein see Pesticides

Acting Speaker see Lincoln--References; Marleau--References; O'Reilly--References; Richardson--References

Action démocratique du Québec see Education--Education vouchers; Quebec--Provincial by-elections

Action des Patriotes gaspésiens see Rural/remote/natural resource communities/regions

Action nationale

Action plan on climate change see Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)--Reducing

Actors' tax credit see Film industry--Foreign actors

Ad Hoc Committe on Public Safety and Anti-terrorism see Afghanistan--Taliban troops and Al-Qaeda terrorists

Adam, Dyane see Commissioner of Official Languages

Adams, Peter (Lib.--Peterborough)

Address to Parliament see United Kingdom--Blair

ADI Group Inc. see Sustainable cities initiative

ADISQ Gala

    >>Quebec performing arts Félix awards
    >>>Laval Symphony Orchestra, album of the year award, S.O. 31, 6616-8(103:1105-10), 6657(104:1355)
    >>>Recipients, congratulating, S.O. 31, 6657(104:1355), 6658(104:1405)

Adjournment motions under S.O. 52 see Emergency debates

Adjournment proceedings see House of Commons proceedings

Adjournments see House of Commons

Administrative Monetary Penalties System (AMPS) see Borders, international--Regulations

Administrative penalties see Customs

Adopt a Dog Month

    >>Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (OSPCA), sponsoring, puppy mills, eliminating, goal, S.O. 31, 6472(100:1400)

Adoption

    >>Expenses, income tax deduction, providing, 883(16:1515), 3514-21(53:1755-845), 11178(182:1205)
    >>>Petitions, 12401(202:1510), 12495(203:1015)
    >>>See also Fondation Beaudoin-Desrosiers--Disabled children; Income Tax Act (amdt.--child adoption expenses)(Bill C-272); Income Tax Act (amdt.--child adoption expenses)(Bill C-461)
    >>See also Employment insurance--Maternity/parental benefits, Budget 2001 measures

Adult education see Education--Basic adult education

Adult entertainment see Film and television industry

Adult literacy see Literacy

Adults

    >>Missing/at risk/endangered, national registry, establishing, petition, 8071(128:1525)
    >>See also Prostitution

Advance Passenger Information System (APIS) see Air transportation security--Increase, Passenger information

Advance payment programs see Farm income crisis--Cash advance programs

Advanced Aluminum Technology Centre see National research Council (NRC)--Technology centres

Advanced material research see Canadian Neutron Facility

Adventure in Citizenship Program see Citizenship

Advertising see Airlines--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Air travel decline; Banks and financial institutions; Government advertising; Ontario--SupberBuild; Pesticides; Tourism industry--Quebec

AECL see Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL)

Aegis Award see Daillaire, Romeo