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CA*net 4 see Internet

Cabinet

    >>Focus group for Prime Minister's Office, 2078(33:2520)
    >>May 26, 2002 shuffle, cosmetic cleansing, S.O. 31, 11755-6(192:1410)
    >>Meeting, Chief of Defence Staff, Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Commissioner and Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) Director attending, reasons, o.q., 5255-6(80:1500)
    >>Meeting, full cabinet, September 10, 2001 - September 17, 2001, qu., 7418(117:1050)
    >>See also Energy--Cabinet Committee; Government policies and programs--Decision-making; Liberal government (Chrétien)--Inner circle of Cabinet controlling; Technology Partnerships Canada--Loans/investments

Cabinet confidences see Access to Information Act (amdt.--Cabinet confidences)(Bill C-341); Government departments, boards, agencies and commissions--Documents; National security--Caplan

Cabinet Ministers

    >>Accountable to Prime Minister, 388-9(9:1045-50), 396(9:1135), 441(9:1620), 10531(170:1915)
    >>>Standards/code of conduct, 10529-30(170:1910-5), 10532(170:1930-5), 10534-5(170:1950)
    >>>>Establishing, Prime Minister prerogative, 388-9(9:1045-50), 10530(170:1910)
    >>>>Guidelines, secret, 384(9:1020), 395(9:1130), 399(9:1155), 452(9:1730)
    >>>>>o.q., 10028-9(162:1115-20)
    >>>>Violations, investigation, process, 410(9:1310)
    >>Accountability, 2035(33:2025), 8604(137:1225), 8606(137:1240)
    >>>Australia, comparison, 8607(137:1250)
    >>>Collective responsibility, 8606(137:1240)
    >>>United Kingdom comparison, 443(9:1635), 8610(137:1315), 10529-30(170:1910), 10531(170:1920)
    >>And exempt staff, expense accounts and travel costs, access to information, government denying, personal information exclusion, Treasury Board policy, clarification of Supreme Court ruling, etc., 8331(133:1455), 8852(141:1740)
    >>>Auditor General remarks, o.q., 9298(150:1440-5)
    >>>Nault, Indian Affairs and Northern Development Minister, MacAuley, Solicitor General, positions, Prime Minister Chrétien following, o.q., 8828(141:1450)
    >>>o.q., 8441(134:1445), 8719-20(139:1455-500), 9028(145:1450), 9708(157:1140)
    >>Assets, management, 10527(170:1855), 10529(170:1910)
    >>Automobiles, environmentally-friendly, not using, o.q., 9361-2(151:1415-20)
    >>Briefing sessions/releasing documents to media re legislation prior to tabling in House, contempt of Parliament, 1646-52(28:1510-55), 1839-45(31:1515-600), 1999(33:1625), 2007-8(33:1720)
    >>>See also Justice system--Updating
    >>Chief of Staff/staff, government cars and drivers, assignment, qu., 12615(204:1525)
    >>Code of ethics
    >>>During term of office and post-office employment, 4947-8(77:1020), 10527-35(170:1855-1950)
    >>>Lobbying of behalf of riding/constituents, applicability, o.q., 11882-3(194:1455), 11946(195:1415)
    >>>See also Ethics Commissioner
    >>Conflict of interest, 11892-3(194:1555-1605)
    >>>See also Cabinet Ministers--Accountable to Prime Minister, Standard/code of conduct
    >>Departmental contractors, fundraising activities, conflict of interest, o.q., 10390(168:1435-40)
    >>>See also Political parties--Leadership campaigns
    >>Ethics guidelines, A Guide for Ministers and Secretaries of States; The Ministry and Activities for Personal Political Purposes--Guidelines; and The Ministry and Crown Corporations--Guidelines, tabled, 12535(203:1500)
    >>>Implementation plans, o.q., 12720(206:1150)
    >>>See also Crown corporations
    >>Expense accounts see Census--Post 1901 records, Statistics Canada
    >>Finance and national security portfolios, separate, full-time minister needed, o.q., 12101(198:1410-5)
    >>>See also Manley--References
    >>Gifts, guidelines, 10533(170:1935)
    >>Hateful/spiteful/false statements, making without fear of being held accountable, o.q., 2124(34:1450)
    >>Hospitality, guidelines, 10533(170:1935)
    >>Limousines, junior ministers see Farm income crisis--Funding, Availability
    >>Ministerial briefing notes see Farm income crisis--Non-existent
    >>Ministerial responsibility, 11138-9(181:1535-45)
    >>>Clarification, House statement lacking, 5949(92:1025)
    >>>United Kingdom resolution, 5949(92:1025)
    >>>See also Crown corporations--Lavelle
    >>Policy statements/announcements, making outside of House, demeaning role of Parliament, 1255(22:1620), 1256(22:1630), 1305(22:2225-30), 1601-3(27:1500-15)
    >>>S.O. 31, 5862(90:1410)
    >>Powerful, controlling, necessity, 4046-7(62:1150)
    >>Provincial representation, 7686-7(121:1520-5)
    >>Resignation requests see Chrétien--References
    >>Resigning portfolio see Boudria--References; Canadian Alliance--Holocaust deniers, racists and bigots; Discrimination and racism--Prince George, BC; Eggleton--References; Martin, Paul--References; Potato industry--Vanclief
    >>Salaries, comparable to deputy minister, 4801(74:1610)
    >>Shuffle, 5363(82:1655)
    >>Standards/code of conduct, high expectations, 8609(137:1310)
    >>>See also Cabinet Ministers--Accountable to Prime Minister
    >>Women, numbers, decline, o.q., 8592(137:1115)
    >>See also Canada-United States relations; Committees, Parliamentary; Crown corporations; Election promises--Broken; Highways and roads--Nova Scotia; House of Commons proceedings--Oral Question Period; Liberal government (Chrétien)--Scandals; Liberal Party--Leadership campaign; Members of Parliament--Constituencies/constituents; Public safety--Ministerial powers; Public service

Cabinet Security Committee see Ad Hoc Committee on Public Safety and Anti-terrorism; National Security Cabinet Committee

Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC) see Broadcasting; Brison--References

Cable television

    >>Cable channels, consumer choice, government regulations preventing, policy change, requesting, o.q., 2861(44:1450)
    >>See also Broadcasting Act (amdt.--designation of cable channels)(Bill C-325)

Cabotage see Airlines--Competition, Foreign airlines

Caccia, Hon. Charles (Lib.--Davenport)

Cadets see Canadian Armed Forces--Air cadets

Cadets Care for Canada see Environment

Cadman, Corporal Ernie see Holland

Cadman, Chuck (CA--Surrey North)

CAE Electronics Ltd. see Technology Partnerships Canada--Investments/loans, Cabinet approval requirement

Café Olé see Films

Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec see Au Dragon Forge; Quebec Budget 2001 (March 29, 2001)--Debt reduction

Caisses populaires see Credit unions/caisses populaires

Calder, Murray (Lib.--Dufferin--Peel--Wellington--Grey)

    >>Aboriginal land claims, 6410(99:1335)
    >>Agricultural subsidies, 121(1600-5)
    >>Canadian Armed Forces, petition, 4537(70:1215)
    >>Canadian Wheat Board, 3078(47:1705), 5688(87:1740)
    >>Census, 2439-40(38:1515), 10168-70(164:1830-40), 10174-5(164:1920)
    >>>Petitions, 2442(38:1530), 3669(56:1505), 4135-6(64:1005-10), 5723(88:1215), 10771(175:1510)
    >>Claim Settlements (Alberta and Saskatchewan) Implementation Act (Bill C-37), 6410(99:1335)
    >>Community futures program, o.q., 4991(77:1455)
    >>Criminal Code (amdt.--cruelty to animals and firearms) and Firearms Act (amdt.)(Bill C-15B), 10318-9(166:1545)
    >>Disabled and handicapped persons, S.O. 31, 3387(52:1400)
    >>Employment insurance, petitions, 10771(175:1510)
    >>Employment Insurance Act and the Employment Insurance (Fishing) Regulations (amdt.)(Bill C-2), 579-80(12:1200-10)
    >>Ethics Counsellor, M. on supply (Day), 436(9:1545), 454-5(9:1750-5)
    >>Farm income crisis, 121-3(4:1605-15)
    >>>Emergency debate, committee take note, M. (Hilstrom), 5687-8(87:1735-40)
    >>>o.q., 1407(24:1445), 4532-3(70:1155), 4707(73:1445)
    >>>S.O. 31, 1238(22:1405), 1764(30:1105)
    >>Firefighters/emergency response personnel, M. (Calder), 11152-3(181:1725)
    >>Foot and mouth disease, M. to adjourn under S.O. 52 (Borotsik), 2759-60(42:2210-20)
    >>Free Trade Area of the Americas, M. on supply (Paquette), 3078(47:1705)
    >>Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs), petitions, 10771(175:1510)
    >>Grain transportation, o.q., 8761(140:1500)
    >>Horses, 2439(38:1515), 7301(115:1010), 8884-6(142:1330-45)
    >>>S.O. 31, 10491(170:1400)
    >>Infrastructure Canada Program, o.q., 12678(205:1455)
    >>McCormick, references, S.O. 31, 11665(190:1410)
    >>Members of Parliament pensions, 436(9:1545), 455(9:1750-5)
    >>National Defence Department, estimates, Committee of the Whole consideration under S.O. 81(4)(a), 11370-1(184:2320-30)
    >>National Horse of Canada Act (Bill C-311), 2439(38:1515)
    >>National Horse of Canada Act (Bill S-22), 7301(115:1010), 8884-6(142:1330-45), 10625-6(173:1110)
    >>Political system, federal, M. on supply (Reynolds), 11662(190:1355)
    >>Procedure, Bills, Private Members' Public, 101709164:1840), 10175(164:1920)
    >>References see Species at risk (endangered species)--Legislation
    >>Rural/remote/natural resource communities/regions, S.O. 31, 8636(138:1400)
    >>Seasonal workers, 579-80(12:1205)
    >>Species at Risk Act (Bill C-5), 1339(23:1610), 12408-9(202:1605-10)
    >>Species at risk (endangered species), 1339(23:1610), 12408-9(202:1605-10)
    >>Statistics Act and the National Archives of Canada Act (amdt.--census records)(Bill C-312), 2439-40(38:1515), 10168-70(164:1830-40), 10175(164:1920)
    >>Supply management, S.O. 31, 1974(33:1405)
    >>Throne Speech, Address in Reply, M. (Macklin), 121-3(4:1600-15)
    >>Youth justice system, o.q., 479(10:1155)

Calder Cup see Hockey--Saint John Flames

Calendar dates

    >>Numerical expression, year/month/day, 1169(21:1510), 2663(42:1005), 5894-901(90:1810-905)
    >>>See also All-Numeric Dates Act (Bill C-327); Canada Evidence Act (amdt.)(Bill C-281)

Calgary, AB see Asian Heritage Month; Export Development Corporation (EDC)--Amec Earth and Environmental Ltd.; G-8 Summit (Kananaskis, AB, June 2002); Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)--Reducing, Anderson; Petro-Canada--Head office; Solar energy; Veteran's benefits/pensions--Bureau of Pension Advocates Wind energy

Calgary Centre constituency

    >>Commitment, Clark, 62(3:1810)

Calgary Real Estate Association see Species at risk (endangered species)--Habitat preservation, Property rights

Calgary Southwest constituency see House of Commons vacancies; Members of Parliament--Certificate of election, Harper

Calgary Stampeders see Football--Canadian Football League

California see Electricity; Gasoline--MTBE; Nuclear energy--Reactors; Water exports--Sun Belt Water Inc.; Wine industry--Trade mission to Texas

Call centres

    >>Economic benefits, 10815(176:1200), 10816(176:1215)
    >>See also Farm income crisis--Funding, Availability

Call for Action: Combatting Hate and Bias Activities see Discrimination and racism--Combatting

Callbeck, Ralph see Prince Edward Island Business Hall of Fame

Calvert, Lorne see Saskatchewan

Cambodia

    >>Human rights violations, prosecution of Hun Sen regime for war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide, petitions, 3836(59:1005)
    >>Local elections, February 3, 2002, historic first step into introduction of democracy, S.O. 31, 8710(139:1405)
    >>See also Child prostitution

Cambridge, ON see Toyota Canada Inc.

Cambridge constituency see Marijuana--Cultivation

Cambridge Memorial Hospital see Pollution--Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment pollution prevention awards

Cameco Corporation

Camera d'Or see Cannes Film Festival--Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner

Cameron Heights Collegiate

    >>Cameron Institute of International Studies, multiculturalism, promoting, S.O 31, 2552(40:1100)

Cameron Seafoods Ltd. see Export Development Corporation (EDC)

Cameron, Trevor see Willow Cree Educational Complex--Heritage fair

Cameron, Yvonne see Willow Cree Educational Complex--Heritage fair

Camp, Dalton

    >>Political activist, journalist, death, tributes, S.O. 31, 9823-4(159:1405-10), 9882(160:1415)

Camp Kawartha see Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)--Roots of Our Future conference

Campaign for Pesticide Reduction see Pesticides--Reduction

Campaigns see Farmers--Protests

Campbell, Dean

    >>House of Commons employee, Security and Traffic Operations, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 8545(136:1405)

Campbell, Gordon see British Columbia--Campbell--Liberal government (Campbell)

Campbell River co-generation electric power plant

    >>Environmental factors, reducing pulp and paper mill emissions, United States Sumas II plant comparison, etc., 2262-3(36:1850-5)
    >>>o.q., 1459-60(25:1145)

Camrose Kodiaks see Hockey

Canada

    >>Best country in the world, United Nations designation, 18(2:1550), 85(4:1210), 330(7:1735), 1303(22:2210), 2113(34:1355), 2456(38:1705), 6819(107:1220), 8463(134:1710), 8468(134:1745)
    >>Celebrate Canada, June 21-July 1 celebration, S.O. 31, 12874(209:1405)
    >>Centralized see Government
    >>Credit rating see National debt
    >>Democracy, protecting, 59(3:1750), 182(5:1400), 312-3(7:1530-5), 319-20(7:1620-5)
    >>Destroying, 6820-1(107:1230-5)
    >>>See also Bloc Québécois--Goal
    >>Diversity, inclusiveness, 9(2:1530), 76(4:1105), 181(5:1345)
    >>Geographically challenged, size, climate, 833(15:1230)
    >>Federal system, history, 361-3(8:1620-35)
    >>History
    >>>Aboriginal peoples and two founding nations roles, 76(4:1105), 183(5:1400-5)
    >>>Awareness, increasing, 10065(163:1145)
    >>>War of 1812, Battle of Stoney Creek, Billy Green role, S.O. 31, 10643(173:1405)
    >>Internationl reputation, respect, 8301(133:1130)
    >>Nation, constitution not recognizing, Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dion comments, S.O. 31, 3478(53:1415)
    >>Priorities of Canadians, 8839-40(141:1605)
    >>Re-branding, 70(4:1025)
    >>>Assemblée parlementaire de la Francophonie, 731(14:1000)
    >>Third world status, decline to, 8467-8(134:1745)
    >>Values, tolerance, respect and cultural diversity, S.O. 31, 6415-6(99:1410)
    >>World reputation, punching above current capacity, time to review, Foreign Affairs Minister Manley statement, o.q., 6021-3(93:1115-25), 6027(93:1145)

Canada 769 Day Walk see Organ donations/transplants--Marcello

Canada 3000 Inc.

    >>United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, financial impact, 5927(91:1650)
    >>>Bankruptcy, 7247-8(114:1245-55), 7253(114:1335-40), 7347(115:1545), 7351(115:1605), 7351-2(115:1615), 9489(153:1735)
    >>>>Customers impact, loss of airfare, 7350(115:1605), 7351(115:1610)
    >>>>>Claims procedures, etc., 8578(136:1815)
    >>>>Government assistance/loan guarantee for possible buyers, o.q. 7264(114:1450), 7339(115:1455), 7566(119:1455)
    >>>>Layoffs, 7352(115:1620), 8844(141:1645)
    >>>>>Workers demonstration, Ottawa, ON, November 27, 2001, o.q., 7566(119:1455)
    >>>>>Workers proposals for airline industry, relationship, S.O. 31, 7557(119:1410)
    >>>>>Workforce stabilization proposal of unions, relationship, o.q., 7563(119:1445)
    >>>>o.q., 7265(114:1455)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 7331(115:1410)
    >>>Bankruptcy protection application under Companies' Creditors Agreement Act, government responsibility, response, o.q., 7161(112:1425-30)
    >>>Employee proposals, layoffs, wage rollbacks, o.q., 7161(112:1430)
    >>>Government loan guarantee, $75 million, 8577(136:1810), 8578(136:1815), 8844(141:1645)
    >>>>Announcement made by Transport Minister Collenette outside House of Commons, 6669-71(104:1500-15)
    >>>>Conditions, 7246(114:1245), 7350-1(115:1605)
    >>>>>o.q., 7211(113:1125), 7563(119:1445)
    >>>>o.q., 6624(103:1145), 6667(104:1450), 7095(111:1445), 7161(112:1425), 7213(113:1135)
    >>>>Restructuring requirement, Canadian Industrial Relations Board preventing, o.q., 7095-6(111:1450)
    >>>>See also Airlines--Regional services; Canada 3000 Inc.--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Bankruptcy
    >>>Job sharing proposal, 7351(115:1605)
    >>>>o.q., 7095(111:1445)
    >>>Royal Aviation Inc., recent acquisition
    >>>>Owner, former, proposals, loan guarantee factor, o.q., 7213(113:1135)
    >>>>Layoffs, proposed, o.q., 7011(110:1450), 7095(111:1445)
    >>>Shutdown, midnight November 8, 2001
    >>>>Canada 3000 ticket holders, impact
    >>>>>Arrangements, o.q., 7209-10(113:1120)
    >>>>>Federal taxes and fees, reimbursing, etc., 8577-8(136:1810-5)
    >>>>>>o.q., 7377(116:1455)
    >>>>Collenette, Transport Minister
    >>>>>Advance knowledge, lack, o.q., 7209(113:1115)
    >>>>>Encouraging public to purchase Canada 3000 tickets prior to shutdown, o.q., 7211(113:1125)
    >>>>Competition, impact, o.q., 7209(113:1120)
    >>>>Discussions/negotiations continuing, o.q., 7210(113:1120)
    >>>>Job losses, o.q., 7209-10(113:1120)
    >>See also Air Canada--Competition, Dominant position--Fares, Predatory pricing complaints--Tango

Canada: A People's History see Canadian Broadcasting Corporation--Programming

Canada Account see Export Development Corporation (EDC)

Canada Assistance Plan (CAP)

    >>Former program, 2091(34:1100)
    >>Liberal government (Chrétien), elimination, 2107(34:1310), 2606(41:1330)
    >>>Disabled and handicapped persons, impact, 12644(205:1010)
    >>Progressive Conservative government (Mulroney), capping, 2628(41:1535)
    >>Quebec suing federal government for $310 million owed, 4461(69:1255)
    >>See also Canada Health and Social Transfer (CHST)

Canada Aviation Museum

    >>New wing, opening in 2003, aviation history factor, etc., S.O. 31, 1097(20:1100)

Canada-Belgium parliamentary group see Ottawa, ON--Bilingualism

Canada Book Day

    >>April 23, 10713-4(174:1355-400)
    >>>Writers' Development Trust of Canada, Canadian writers, developing, promoting, S.O. 31, 2960(46:1400), 3249(50:1100)

Canada Business Corporations Act see Corporations

Canada Business Corporations Act (amdt.)(Bill C-448)--Martin, Pat

    >>First reading, 10770-1(175:1510)
    >>See also Auditors--Sale of non-audit services to companies they audit, Shareholders

Canada Business Corporations Act (amdt.)(Bill C-479)--Martin, Pat

    >>First reading, 12915(210:1005)
    >>See also Auditors--Sale of non-audit services to companies they audit, Prohibiting

Canada Business Corporations Act and Canada Cooperatives Act (amdt.)(Bill S-11)--Minister of Industry (Tobin)

    >>First reading, 3620(55:1215)
    >>Second reading, 3853-69(59:1205-355), agreed to, 3869(59:1355)
    >>Industry, Science and Technology Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, 3869(59:13
    >>>Reported, with amdt., 4711(73:1505)
    >>Report stage, concurrence, agreed to, 4881(76:1205)
    >>Third reading, 4881-3(76:1205-15), agreed to, 4883(76:1215), passed.
    >>Royal Assent, 5113(78A:1700). Chap. 14, S.C. 2001
    >>See also Banks and financial institutions--Corporate governance; Corporations

Canada Business Corporations Act and Canada Cooperatives Act (amdt.)(Bill S-19)(36th Parl., 2nd Sess.) see Corporations--Canada Business Corporations Act--Re-introduction

Canada Career Week

    >>November 4-10, 2001, Human Resources Development Department, role, S.O. 31, 7088(111:1405), 7156(112:1400)

Canada Child Tax Benefit (CCTB)

Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreement see Free trade--Chile

Canada-China interparliamentary group

    >>Announced in March 1998 by Industry Minister before establishment by House of Commons, 6669(104:1500)

Canada-China Legislative Association see Interparliamentary delegations--Reports

Canada Community Investment Plan (CCIP)

    >>Shawinigan, QC, A-R-C, $600,000 grant
    >>>Eligibility criteria, one-third private sector funding, LaPrade fund source, Industry Department, recovering funds, o.q., 222(6:1430-5), 299-300(7:1420), 302(7:1435)
    >>>Screening panel, Liberal Party supporters, relationship, o.q., 221(6:1430)

Canada Cooperatives Act see Canada Business Corporations Act and Canada Cooperatives Act (amdt.)(Bill S-11)

Canada-Costa Rica Agreement on Environmental Co-operation see Canada-Costa Rica Free Trade Agreement

Canada-Costa Rica Agreement on Labour Co-operation see Canada-Costa Rica Free Trade Agreement

Canada-Costa Rica Free Trade Agreement

Canada-Costa Rica Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act (Bill C-32)--Minister for International Trade (Pettigrew)

Canada Council

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Canadian Heritage Department

Canada Council for the Arts see Arts and culture--Funding

Canada Customs and Revenue Agency (CCRA)

    >>Alberta provincial energy rebates, seizing, S.O. 31, 3791(58:1410)
    >>Annual report for 2001-2002, tabled, 7129(112:1000)
    >>Appeal of rulings, time period increased, 5440(83:1210)
    >>Auditor General's 2000 report findings, 5424(83:1040)
    >>>See also Borders, international--Security, Computer databases
    >>Auditors, additional 960, hiring, income tax collection role, etc., 8781(140:1715-20), 8794(141:1015), 8840-1(141:1610-5), 8842(141:1630)
    >>>Underground economy, relationship, 8842(141:1625)
    >>Audits
    >>>All computer systems and tax calculations, Canadian Alliance proposal, 12290(200:1755)
    >>>Income tax and Goods and Services Tax (GST)/Harmonized Sales Tax (HST), qu., 8334-5(133:1515)
    >>>Personal income tax and small business income tax, qu., 8402-3(134:1010)
    >>>See also Income tax--Audits
    >>Bureaucracy, expanding, administration costs exceeding total revenue, S.O. 31, 815-6(15:1055)
    >>Corporate identity, new graphic identity and slogan, etc., S.O. 31, 1589(27:1400)
    >>Employment equity, designated groups, including in workforce, o.q., 4481-2(69:1455)
    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main
    >>Evaluation program, 6381(98:1235)
    >>Information system, modernizing
    >>>Future Directions project, etc., 12233(200:1105-10)
    >>>Xwave Solutions Inc. contract, o.q., 9302(150:1500)
    >>International letters and parcels, arriving in Canada, opening
    >>>Copying and storing information in secret data base, authority, possible breach of lawyer-client privilege, o.q., 1453-4(25:1115-20), 1456-7(24:1130), 3481-2(53:1430-5)
    >>>Documents, false passports/birth certificates, forged documents, handing over to Citizenship and Immigration Department, o.q., 3393(52:1430), 3481-2(53:1430-5)
    >>>Drug seizures, o.q., 1457(25:1130)
    >>>Extending to outgoing mail, legislative authority, Customs Act (amdt.)(Bill S-23)
    >>>>o.q., 2780(43:1455)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 2701(42:1410-5)
    >>>>See also Customs Act (amdt.)(Bill S-23)
    >>>Failure to obtain search warrants, violation of Privacy Act, Privacy Commissioner comments, Citizenship and Immigration Minister Caplan reaction, o.q., 3150(48:1455-500)
    >>>Federal Privacy Commissioner position, o.q., 3311(51:1415-20)
    >>>"Looking at, not reading", National Revenue Minister Cauchon statement, o.q., 3311(51:1415-20)
    >>>Ontario Privacy Commissioner condemning, 3310(51:1415)
    >>International leters and parcels, leaving Canada, examination, 5421(83:1020), 5424(83:1040), 5425(83:1050), 5439(83:1205), 5472(84:1300-5), 6532(101:1525)
    >>Internet services, expanding, 357-8(8:1555)
    >>Montreal, QC offices, consolidation in one building, tenders, etc., o.q., 1460(25:1145-50)
    >>Office supplies, single supplier sought, impact on local small businesses, 12221-2(199:1850-900)
    >>>o.q., 10653(173:1455)
    >>Status, not part of Public Service, labour relations factor, etc., 6362-3(98:1035)
    >>See also Border, Canada-United States; Borders, international; Business; Canada Child Tax Benefit (CCTB); Charitable and non-profit organizations--Information; Children--Missing children, International Project Return; Conference on Tax Administration in an Electronic World; Discrimination and racism--Combatting; Drug smuggling/trafficking--Border; Employment insurance--Recipients; Foot and mouth disease--Preventing, Travellers; Imports; Income tax; Money laundering--Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada (FINTRAC); National security; Organized crime--Combatting--Profits; Public Accounts Standing Committee--Reports, Ninth--Reports, Twenty-third; Registered retirement savings plans (RRSPs); Senior citizens--Pension income, Deductions; Small and medium business; Student loans--Canada Student Loans; Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks

Canada-Czech Republic Income Tax Convention see Income Tax Conventions Implementation Act, 2001 (Bill S-31)

Canada Day

    >>Celebration
    >>>Quebec, federal budget allocation, o.q., 4661-2(72:1440), 4788(74:1450), 4905(76:1435)
    >>>S.O. 31, 12875(209:1410)
    >>See also Francophones outside Quebec--Assimilation

Canada Economic Development Agency see Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec

Canada-Ecuador Income Tax Convention see Income Tax Conventions Implementation Act, 2001 (Bill S-31)

Canada education savings grants see Registered education savings plans (RESPs)

Canada Elections Act

    >>Amending/revising, 928(17:1150), 3175(49:1010)
    >>>36th Parliament, legislation (Bill C-2), 3183(49:1110), 3188(49:1140-5)
    >>>>Canadian Alliance position, 2828(44:1100-5)
    >>>>Liberal government (Chrétien) partisan political goals, 1061(19:1620)
    >>>>Too hasty approach, 3183(49:1100-5), 3188-9(49:1145)
    >>>Bloc Québécois proposals, 1062-3(19:1635), 3187(49:1140)
    >>>Canadian Alliance proposals, 1112(20:1220-5)
    >>>Consensus approach, 1069(19:1715)
    >>>Constitutionality, Alberta Court of Queen's Bench and Supreme Court of Canada hearings, costs, qu., 3012(47:1000)
    >>>Incorporating consensus items, 1053(19:1530)
    >>>Legislation (Bill C-9)
    >>>>Amendments, government refusing to accept opposition proposals, 3181(49:1045-50), 3186-7(49:1130-40)
    >>>>Consultations, lack, 1069(19:1715)
    >>>>Contributions, groups/individuals, recognition, 3188(49:1140)
    >>>>Progressive Conservative Party position, 3188(49:1145)
    >>>Overhaul following general election and report of Chief Electoral Officer, 3177(49:1020), 3183(49:1110)
    >>>Senate role, 1061-2(19:1625), 2826-7(44:1050-5), 2833(44:1145)
    >>English and French texts, linguistic concordance, amending to ensure, 1053(19:1530), 1060-1(19:1615-20), 1066(19:1700), 3176-7(49:1020), 3180(49:1040), 3183(49:1100), 3188(49:1145)

Canada Elections Act (amdt.)(Bill C-213)--Desjarlais

    >>First reading, 228(6:1505)
    >>Second reading, 1264-71(22:1730-810)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 1271(22:1815)
    >>See also Elections--Voting age

Canada Elections Act (amdt.--declined vote ballot)(Bill C-319)--Caccia

    >>First reading, 2441(38:1525)
    >>Second reading, 7885-92(124:1920)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 7892(124:1920)
    >>See also Elections--Declined vote

Canada Elections Act (amdt.--proxy voting)(Bill C-401)--Peric

    >>First reading, 6086(94:1540)
    >>See also Elections--Proxy voting

Canada Elections Act (amdt.--voting in place of a mentally incapacitated elector by power of attorney)(Bill C-418)--Peric

    >>First reading, 7907(125:1525)
    >>See also Elections--Power of attorney

Canada Elections Act and Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (amdt.)(Bill C-9)--Leader of the Government in the House of Commons (Boudria)

    >>First reading, 731(14:1000)
    >>Second reading, 1051-70(19:1520-750), 1089-96(20:1000-55), 1110-2(20:1205-25)
    >>>Agreed to, on recorded division, 1312-4(22:2335)
    >>Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, 1314(22:2335)
    >>>Reported, without amdt., 2232(36:1505)
    >>Report stage, 2820-39(44:1010-235), concurrence, M., agreed to, on recorded division, 3001-2(46:1900)
    >>>Motion, 2821(44:1010), negatived, on recorded division, 2999-3001(46:1900)
    >>Third reading, 3175-94(49:1010-220), agreed to, on recorded division, 3422-3(52:1745-50), passed.
    >>Royal Assent, 5113(78A:1700). Chap. 21, S.C. 2001
    >>See also Canada Elections Act--Amendments, Legislation; Elections--Political parties; Electoral boundary commissions

Canada Employment Centres

    >>Administration, unsatisfactory, citizens first initiative, rating, o.q., 9198-9(148:1450)

Canada Endangered Species Act (Bill C-295)--Caccia

    >>First reading, 1653(28:1555)
    >>See also Species at risk (endangered species)--Protecting

Canada-Estonia Gold Order of Merit see Augustine--References; Bulte--References

Canada-Europe Parliamentary Association see Interparliamentary delegations--Reports

Canada Evidence Act see Anti-Terrorism Act (Bill C-36); Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting, Information

Canada Evidence Act (amdt.)(Bill C-281)--Epp

    >>First reading, 1169(21:1510)
    >>See also Calendar dates--Numerical expression

Canada Foundation for Innovation

Canada Foundation for Sustainable Development Technology

Canada Foundation for Sustainable Development Technology Act (Bill C-4)--Minister of Natural Resources (Goodale)