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

Canada Water Export Prohibition Act (Bill C-205)--Martin, Pat

    >>First reading, 165(5:1210)
    >>See also Water exports--Banning, Interbasin transfers

Canada Well-Being Measurement Act (Bill C-268)--Jennings--Thibeault

    >>First reading, 702(13:1520)
    >>See also Health awareness--Importance

Canada-Wide Science Fair see Youth Science Foundation of Canada

Canada Winter Games (Bathurst-Campbelton, NB, 2003)

    >>$2.5 million government commitment, fulfilling, S.O. 31, 6366(98:1100)
    >>>S.O. 31, 12182(199:1410)

Canada Winter Games (Whitehorse, YT, 2007)

    >>Announcement, organizing committee, tribute, S.O. 31, 12256(200:1355)

Canadarm II see International Space Station

Canada's Healthy Workplace Week see National Quality Month

Canada's Innovation Strategy: Peer Review and the Allocation of Federal Research Funds see Industry, Science and Technology Standing Committee--Reports, Tenth

Canada's Performance 2001 see Government performance--Reports

Canada's SchoolNet see SchoolNet

Canadian Academies of Science

    >>Establishment/role, 7105-7(111:1555-1600)
    >>>Government innovation agenda, relationship, o.q., 10885(177:1155)

Canadian Adaptation and Rural Development Fund (CARD)

    >>>o.q., 11232(183:1455)
    >>>S.O. 31, 11221(183:1400)
    >>See also Drinking water--Safety

Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATA) see Internet--Government expenditures

Canadian agricultural rural communities initiative (CARCI)

Canadian agriculture lifetime leadership program see Agriculture

Canadian agrifood award of excellence for environmental stewardship

    >>Webster, George, recipient, congratulating, S.O. 31, 7829-30(124:1400)

Canadian Air Transport Authority see Air transportation security--Increase

Canadian Air Transport Authority Act see Budget Implementation Act, 2001 (Bill C-49)

Canadian Airlines see Air Canada

Canadian Alliance

    >>2000 general election
    >>>Candidates attacked for religious views, etc., 89-90(4:1240-5), 94(4:1315)
    >>>Racist incidents, 91-2(4:1255)
    >>>Results, votes cast for, S.O. 31, 767(14:1400)
    >>>See also Canadian Alliance--Holocaust deniers
    >>2002 convention, April, Edmonton, AB, success, S.O. 31, 10083(163:1415)
    >>2002 leadership campaign
    >>>Contributors, names, amount donated, release, o.q., 10835(176:1420), 10879(177:1120), 11714(191:1130), 11990(196:1130), 11992(196:1440), 12671(205:1415-20), 12773(207:1435), 13001(211:1135)
    >>>Harper, Stephen, victory, S.O. 31, 9945-6(161:1400), 10026-7(162:1105-10), 10082(163:1405)
    >>>Strategic advise, Izzy Asper contributions, ignoring, S.O. 31, 9140(147:1110)
    >>>Unity candidate, supporting, S.O. 31, 8546(136:1410)
    >>>See also Harper--References
    >>American ideas, policies, embracing, 177(5:1325), 269(7:1100-5), 2249-50(36:1705), 9373(151:1525)
    >>Behaviour, 94(4:1315)
    >>Bloc Québécois, unholy alliance with, 4469(69:1355)
    >>Creation, reasons, disgruntled voters, 178(5:1325)
    >>Democracy, accountability, encouraging, 312-3(7:1530-5)
    >>Discipline, expelling caucus members for speaking minds, 5003-5(77:1615-30)
    >>>o.q., 3659(56:1415)
    >>Doomsayers, 182(5:1355)
    >>Ethics, lack, 431-2(9:1515)
    >>Grassroots, importance, 352(8:1520)
    >>Holocaust deniers, racists, bigots, Citizenship and Immigration Minister Caplan remarks during November 2000 election campaign, slanderous, 3919(60:1030), 6280(96:1715), 7184(112:1710)
    >>>Resignation requested, Prime Minister Chrétien ignoring, 172-3(5:1255-300), 413-4(9:1330-5), 415(9:1345), 442(9:1625), 1226-7(22:1245-50), 1231(22:1320), 1304(22:2220)
    >>>>o.q., 1105(20:1140)
    >>Integrity, lack, o.q., 10879(177:1120)
    >>Leadership changes, turmoil, etc., 8215(131:1055), 8217(131:1110)
    >>Lynch-mob mentality, 1577(27:1235-40)
    >>Reform Party/Reform Alliance, Members referring, 486(10:1235), 1281(22:1930), 1898(32:1320), 2252(36:1725)
    >>Membership, Gaspé region, numbers, accuracy, 978(17:1710)
    >>Parliamentary caucus, Nystrom referring to as Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble people, 1066(19:1655), 1090-1(20:1015)
    >>Party headquarters, located in Calgary, AB, indicative of support of western separatism, 947(17:1350)
    >>>Grassroots policies, influencing government, etc., 8856(142:1010-5)
    >>>Use of Stornaway, cars, Members of Parliament pensions, flip-flops, 402(9:1215-20), 582(12:1220), 1066-7(19:1700-5), 6822-3(107:1245)
    >>Political donations, $70,000, Bennett Jones law firm defending Day slander lawsuit, 979(17:1710-5)
    >>>o.q., 880(16:1455), 954(17:1430)
    >>Politics of fear, politics of blame, 1562-3(27:1055)
    >>Positions, changing, 5856(90:1330)
    >>Progressive Conservative Party policies, similarities, 6570(102:1210), 6570-1(102:1220)
    >>Progressive Conservative Party/Democratic Representative Caucus Coalition policies, similarity, working together, 8446-7(134:1515-20), 8448(134:1530)
    >>Social Credit Party, relationship, former British Columbia Premier Bill Vander Zalm, etc., 1472(25:1310)
    >>Spies, hiring, o.q., 2964(46:1420), 3253(50:1120)
    >>United States right wing political philosophy influence, 5442(83:1220)
    >>See also particular subjects

Canadian Alliance of Students Associations see Education--Progressive Conservative Party policy; Education, post-secondary--Accessibility; Student loans--Canada Student Loans, Tax credit

Canadian Animal Health Coalition see Foot and mouth disease--Preventing

Canadian Arab Federation

    >>Terrorism, allegations, 6282(96:1735)

Canadian Armed Forces

    >>Afghanistan mission
    >>>Equipment, uniforms, etc., adequacy of supply, o.q., 10456(169:1430-5), 10458(169:1445), 11453(186:1455)
    >>>Expenditures, adequacy, o.q., 11598(189:1450-5)
    >>>Food shortages, packages from home, etc.
    >>>>o.q., 11453(186:1455)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 11376(185:1415)
    >>>See also Afghanistan--United States/United Kingdom special anti-terrorism operations; Canadian Armed Forces--Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI)
    >>Air Cadets
    >>>128 Flying Dragons Squadron, Thorold, ON, 60th anniversary, S.O. 31, 12257(200:1400)
    >>>136 Kiowa Squadron, Cambridge, ON, S.O. 31, 11755(192:1405)
    >>>Movement, 60th anniversary, tribute, S.O. 31, 3656(56:1400)
    >>Air Force
    >>>CF-18s, public safety and security role, relocation, o.q., 6765(106:1430)
    >>>Gill, Abdul, newest and older fighter pilot recruit, S.O. 31, 4980(77:1355)
    >>>Heavylift aircraft, lack, 10514(170:1625)
    >>>Modernizing and upgrading, 1201(21:1845), 5857(90:1335)
    >>>>$872 million expenditures, o.q., 4274(66:1450)
    >>>>o.q., 878(16:1445), 1007(18:1455)
    >>>Pilots, shortage, 5314-5(81:1720)
    >>>>o.q., 5294-5(81:1455), 5349(82:1455)
    >>>See also Canadian sovereignty
    >>>CP-140 Aurora patrol aircraft
    >>>>Acoustic system, replacement, $58.6 million contract with Computing Devices Canada Ltd., benefits, S.O. 31, 1763(30:1100)
    >>>>Communications system upgrade, purchase of obsolete analogue equipment from France, ignoring Canadian technology companies, o.q., 13003(211:1145)
    >>>>Flying time, reducing, 1396(24:1350), 10514(170:1620)
    >>>>>o.q., 878-9(16:1445-50), 1007(18:1455)
    >>>>>See also Marine transportation--Environmental factors, Ships discharging waste/bilge water
    >>>>See also Canadian sovereignty--Canadian Air Force
    >>>>Inadequate number, equipment, 5312(81:1705), 5499(84:1620), 10514(170:1625-30)
    >>>>Numbers, o.q., 5555(85:1445)
    >>>>Part shortages, cannibalizing, o.q., 5980(92:1450)
    >>>>Upgrading, 1396-7(24:1350)
    >>>>>Contract, Montreal, QC receiving rather than Winnipeg, MB, 892(16:1625), 894(16:1640)
    >>>>>o.q., 878(16:1445)
    >>>>>Precision guided targetting equipment, o.q., 4274(66:1450)
    >>>>See also Air transportation security--Increase
    >>>Hercules aircraft, airworthiness, 5313(81:1710)
    >>>>See also Afghanistan--United States/United Kingdom special anti-terrorism operations, Canadian Armed Forces participation
    >>>Transport capacity, 5312(81:1705), 10514(170:1625-30)
    >>>Tutors, replacing with Hawks and Harvards, o.q., 878(16:1445)
    >>>Usefulness, o.q., 7375(116:1445)
    >>>See also United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--United States response, Canadian Armed Forces participation, "Operation Apollo"
    >>Army Cadets
    >>>1691 Saint John Army Cadet Corps, 60th annual inspection parade, tribute, S.O. 31, 4982(77:1410)
    >>>Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada Army Cade Corp, Cambridge, ON, S.O. 31, 11755(192:1405)
    >>Artillery test range, Lake Saint-Pierre, QC, unexploded shells, danger, environmental pollution in lake, clean-up, etc., 1630-2(27:1845-55), 11959(195:1540-5)
    >>>o.q., 1167(21:1455)
    >>Bases, stations and camps
    >>>CFB Bagotville, QC see Drinking water contamination--Bagotville, QC
    >>>CFB Chilliwack, closure, reversing decision, o.q., 1408(24:1450)
    >>>CFB Esquimalt
    >>>>John Stubbs School, lead paint, toxic levels, clean-up, o.q., 3799-800(58:1450)
    >>>>Standard/quality of living, living conditions, etc., deplorable, improvements demanded
    >>>>>o.q., 3150(48:1455)
    >>>>>S.O. 31, 3050(47:1415)
    >>>CFB Petawawa see Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL)--Chalk River Laboratories, Terrorism threat
    >>>CFB Rockcliffe/Uplands, ammunition compound, lead dust contamination, test results, etc., o.q., 11304-5(184:1455)
    >>>CFB Shearwater
    >>>>Divestiture, 1,100 acres, extended runway included, postponing, 6158(94:2350), 7650(121:1045)
    >>>>Realignment of Nova Scotia bases, 1384(24:1225), 5313(81:1715)
    >>>>See also Sea King helicopters--Search and rescue role
    >>>CFB Shilo, future ensured, Second Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI), relocation to, S.O. 31, 2962(46:1410)
    >>>CFB Valcartier, QC
    >>>>Castor Centre, ski hill, closure, qu., 12355-6(201:1205)
    >>>>See also Drinking water contamination--Shannon, QC
    >>>Foreign military forces, training, leasing, economic benefits, 2745(42:2030)
    >>>>See also Foot and mouth disease--Preventing
    >>>>Barracks, foundation cracks, 1397(24:1355)
    >>>>Construction and repair budgets, 2050(33:2205)
    >>>>Permanent married quarters, deplorable conditions, 1201(21:1845)
    >>>>Rent increases, salary increase, nullifying impact, o.q., 2707(42:1440-5), 2913(45:1135)
    >>>>Upgrading to minimum standards, $300 million needed, o.q., 3666(56:1450)
    >>>>See also Canadian Forces Housing Agency
    >>>Quebec, closures, 4492(69:1600)
    >>>Rockcliffe air station
    >>>>Preservation, petition, 4537(70:1215)
    >>>>See also Canadian War Museum
    >>>St. Hubert, QC, closure, technobase development proposal, Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec role, job creation impact, audits, etc., o.q., 6768(106:1450), 6843(107:1455-500), 6887-8(107:1145-50), 7166(112:1455), 9142(147:1120-5), 9262(149:1455), 9301(150:1455)
    >>>Tracadie-Sheila firing range, PCB and agent orange, storage, safety, environmental dangers, etc., 9876-7(159:1910-20)
    >>>>o.q., 8247(131:1445)
    >>>>Soil decontamination, o.q., 12845(208:1455)
    >>>See also Contaminated sites-Northern Canada
    >>Borders, defending, capability, lack, 8311(133:1250)
    >>Bravery, recognition, Canadian government refusal, foreign governments acknowledging, S.O. 31, 10833(176:1405)
    >>British Columbia presence, lack, elimination, 5468(84:1225)
    >>>Transportation, Parrsboro to Amherst and return, Feb. 2-3, 2002, costs, insurance, etc., qu., 10095(163:1525)
    >>>Winnipeg, MB area, Corps and Squadrons, sunset ceremony, S.O. 31, 12098(198:1400)
    >>Canadian Airborne Regiment
    >>>Disbandment, 5410(82:2300), 6129(94:2140-5), 8385-6(133:2210-20), 8394(133:2325), 10508(170:1540), 10516(170:1645)
    >>>Farewell message, Gen Kent Foster, tribute, S.O. 31, 7206-7(113:1100)
    >>>>o.q., 6624(103:1150), 7160(112:1420), 7262(114:1435)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 7157-8(112:1405)
    >>>See also Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting, Canadian Armed Forces role
    >>Canadian Alliance position, 8880(142:1255), 8883(142:1325)
    >>>See also Canadian Armed Forces--Government funding
    >>Canadian Rangers, tribute, S.O. 31, 10556(171:1410)
    >>Canadian special air service, establishing, need, 6129-30(94:2145)
    >>Chief of Defence Staff
    >>>2000-2001 annual report, tabled, 4403(68:1500)
    >>>Baril, Gen Maurice, retirement, tributes, 4403(68:1500)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 4581-2(71:1410)
    >>Civilian support, importance, 10060(163:1110), 10062(163:1125), 10063(163:1135), 10065(163:1155)
    >>Combat readiness, 5312-3(81:1705-10), 5315(81:1720), 5398-9(82:2120-30), 5606-7(86:1600-5), 6241(95:2045), 10511-2(170:1605-20), 10515-6(170:1635-45)
    >>>1970s, comparison, 8356(133:1800)
    >>>Auditor General's concerns, 2001 report, etc., 5607(86:1610), 8149(129:1735)
    >>>>o.q., 7832(124:1415), 7836(124:1435), 7901-2(125:1450), 8176(130:1500), 9096(146:1415)
    >>>Conference of Defence Associations report
    >>>>o.q., 5716(88:1130-5), 5720(88:1155)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 5657(87:1405)
    >>>Conventional conflicts, potential, 5313(81:1705)
    >>>Deployment, Parliament, consultation, government responsibilities, 5521-2(85:1035-40), 5568-9(85:1615-25)
    >>>Heavy airlift/sealift capabilities, lack, o.q., 8547(136:1415), 9097(146:1415), 9827(159:1425-30)
    >>>Status, o.q., 3881(59:1450-5), 4071(62:1425), 7764(123:1430), 9097(146:1415-20)
    >>>Warnings, o.q., 3990(61:1440), 4274(66:1450)
    >>>White Paper, requesting, 5315(81:1725)
    >>>>o.q., 7333(115:1420), 9096-7(146:1415), 12883(209:1450-5)
    >>>World War II capacity, comparison, 5312(81:1700), 8098(129:1130)
    >>>See also Canadian Armed Forces--Operational readiness; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Canadian Armed Forces response
    >>Demilitarization, 10507-8(170:1540)
    >>Dialogue with senior Chinese military officials, human rights violations, relationship, o.q., 1722-3(29:1445-50), 1774(30:1150)
    >>>See also Canadian Armed Forces--Winter warfare tactics
    >>Effectiveness, o.q., 10355-6(167:1130-5)
    >>>Social issues, 10062(163:1130)
    >>>Supporting role, 10790(175:1735)
    >>Government commitment, 1387(24:1245), 5314-5(81:1715-25), 8372(133:2025-30), 10062-3(163:1125-30), 10792(175:1745)
    >>>MacKenzie, Major-General Lewis, remarks, 1395(24:1340), 5243(80:1335), 8383-4(133:2155), 8385-6(133:2210-5)
    >>>o.q., 7901(125:1450)
    >>Government disrespect and outright hostility towards, condemning, S.O. 31, 11002(179:1405)
    >>Government funding, 1395-6(24:1345), 5153-4(79:1600), 5309(81:1630), 5313-4(81:1715), 6061-2(94:1255), 6809-10(107:1105), 7817-8(124:1225), 10507-10(170:1535-55), 10511-3(170:1610-20), 10520-4(170:1725-50), 10792-3(175:1750), 10795(175:1810), 11107(181:1220)
    >>>$624 million additional, March 1, 2001 announcement, o.q., 1408(24:1450), 1461(25:1150)
    >>>1.6 % of GDP, National Defence and Veterans Affairs Department Standing Committee recommendations, 8212(131:1035-40)
    >>>>Government reaction, o.q., 11996(196:1155), 12264-5(200:1440)
    >>>$1 billion annual increase
    >>>>Auditor General comment, o.q., 6199(95:1445)
    >>>>Inadequate, o..q, 7159(112:1415)
    >>>$1 billion to $2 billion annual increase, 5857(90:1335)
    >>>$2 billion annual increase to maintain current standing, 5501(84:1635), 8193(130:1705), 9714(157:1215)
    >>>>o.q., 6072-3(94:1415), 7160(112:1420), 7333(115:1415), 7832(124:1415), 7897(125:1420-5), 8867(142:1130)
    >>>$2.5 billion new money, Budget 1999, 2000 measures, 15(2:1530), 1201(21:1845), 1392(24:1320)
    >>>>o.q., 6624(103:1150), 7159(112:1420), 7211(113:1130)
    >>>Adequate, 8198(130:1740), 10793(175:1755)
    >>>Auditor General's concerns, 2001 report, etc., 5314(81:1715), 8098(129:1130), 8116(129:1340), 8131(129:1515), 8149(129:1730-5), 8158(129:1840), 8184(130:1555), 8193(130:1705), 8212(131:1035-40), 8228(131:1240), 8348(133:1655), 8468(134:1750), 8877(142:1230), 9720(157:1300)
    >>>>Comments, o.q., 7896(125:1420), 8122(129:1415), 8126(129:1440), 8247-8(131:1445-50), 9096(146:1415)
    >>>>See also Canadian Armed Forces--Government funding, Wasteful spending
    >>>Availability, commanding officers, catered meeting, purpose, S.O. 31, 7704(122:1100)
    >>>>Inadequate, 8098-9(129:1130-5)
    >>>Canadian Alliance position, 7852(124:1620), 8313(133:1305), 8316(133:1325), 8375(133:2050), 8880(142:1255)
    >>>>o.q., 8122(129:1415)
    >>>Cutbacks, 1365(24:1010), 1375(24:1130), 1384(24:1225), 2089(34:1100), 5157-8(79:1630-35), 5308(81:1630), 5312(81:1700-05), 5399(82:2125), 5496(84:1555), 5499(84:1615), 5500(84:1625), 5527(85:1115-20), 5607(86:1605), 6116(94:1950), 6241(95:2045), 7117(111:1720), 8098(129:1130), 8184(130:1555), 8212(131:1035-40), 8466-7(134:1735-40), 8880(142:1255), 9348-9(151:1250-5), 10062(163:1125), 12229(200:1035)
    >>>>Budget deficit, elimination, relationship, 3552(54:1315)
    >>>>Liberal government (Chrétien) measures, o.q., 7160(112:1420)
    >>>Depoliticizing, 6054(94:1155), 6061(94:1245)
    >>>Increase, 8137(129:1555), 8316(133:1325), 8795(141:1030), 10065(163:1150), 10796(175:1820)
    >>>>$3 billion, Canadian Defence Association report, o.q., 5664-5(87:1445-50)
    >>>>"Advocates, lobbyists who are representing those who sell armaments" Prime Minister Chrétien insulting statement, 83859133:2210), 8386-7(133:2220-5)
    >>>>>o.q., 9196-7(148:1#435-40)
    >>>>Budget 2001 measures, 7118(111:1725), 8197(130:1730), 8234(131:1330, 8306(133:1210), 8307(133:1220), 8346(133:1635), 8348(133:1655), 8429(134:1325), 8467(134:1740), 8468(134:1750), 8880(142:1255), 9718(157:1245), 9720(157:1305)
    >>>>>Inadequate, 8098-9(129:1130-5), 8104(129:1215), 8116(129:1340), 8184(130:1555), 8185(130:1600), 8193(130:1705), 8197(130:1730), 8212-3(131:1035-45), 8234(131:1325), 8237(131:1340), 8311(133:1250), 8362-3(133:1910), 8391(133:2300), 8447(134:1515), 8460(134:1650), 8782(140:1725), 8882-3(142:1315), 8883(142:1325), 9492(153:1755), 9714(157:1215), 9720(157:1300)
    >>>>>o.q., 7159(112:1415), 8122(129:1415), 8126(129:1440), 8176(130:1500)
    >>>>>Poem, S.O. 31, 8121(129:1410)
    >>>>>United States budget measures, comparison, 8883(142:1315)
    >>>>>See also Canadian Armed Forces--Military equipment; National Defence Department--Funds
    >>>>o.q., 7836(124:1435), 9097(146:1420), 10237-8(165:1435-40), 10307(166:1430), 10356(167:1130), 10880(177:1125), 11129(181:1435), 11598(189:1450-5)
    >>>Long term funding, 5310(81:1645)
    >>>New Democratic Party position, 8158(129:1840-5), 8226(131:1225), 8369(133:2005-10)
    >>>North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) countries, comparison, 5501(84:1635), 8098-9(129:1130-5), 8212(131:1035), 8349(133:1655), 9714(157:1215), 10793(175:1750)
    >>>o.q., 6073(94:1415), 7764(123:1430)
    >>>Priority, National Defence and Veterans Affairs Standing Committee report, o.q., 7161-2(112:1430)
    >>>Progressive Conservative Party/Democratic Representative Caucus Coalition position, 8229(131:1245)
    >>>Reluctance to provide, 8132(129:1520)
    >>>Rent increases, relationship, 2870(44:1545)
    >>>Wasteful spending, eliminating, Auditor General's 2001 report comments, o.q., 7897(125:1420)
    >>Government neglect, 10509(170:1550)
    >>Health care/treatment, 10062(163:1130)
    >>>Persian Gulf and Balkan servicemen, post-traumatic stress disorder, 1397(24:1355)
    >>>>o.q., 4789(74:1455), 4908(76:1445-50)
    >>>Post-traumatic stress disorder, treatment, allocation of resources, National Defence and Canadian Forces Ombudsman report recommendations
    >>>>o.q., 8759(140:1445)
    >>>>Veterans Affairs Department assistance, o.q., 9148(147:1155)
    >>>See also Riordon, Terry; Veterans
    >>Identity, removal of Canadian and Armed from name, denigrating military heritage, S.O. 31, 8709(139:1400), 8711-2(139:1410)
    >>Joint Task Force 2 (JTF2), special response team
    >>>Capability, enhancing, 10508(170:1540), 10510(170:1600)
    >>>Expenditures, 8306(233:1210)
    >>>Increase to battalion size special forces unit, National Defence and Veterans Affairs Standing Committee recommendation
    >>>>o.q., 7160(112:1420)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 7157-8(112:1405)
    >>>>Information, confidential, o.q., 8712(139:1415)
    >>>>Reporting chain of command, o.q., 8645(138:1450), 8712-4(139:1415-25)
    >>>>>Media access, o.q., 8994(144:1430-5)
    >>>>>Tabling, requesting, o.q., 8998(144:1455)
    >>>>>United Kingdom, Australia, comparison, o.q., 8759(140:1445)
    >>>Size doubled, 9718(157:1245)
    >>>Terrorist attacks/hostage taking, etc., deployment to Afghanistan, S.O. 31, 6318(97:1400)
    >>>See also Afghanistan--Taliban troops--United States/United Kingdom special anti-terrorism operations, Canadian Armed Forces participation; G-8Summit (Kananaskis, AB, June 2002)--Security arrangements
    >>Land force (Army), reductions/shortages, 5312(81:1705), 10514(170:1630)
    >>>Jeffrey, Lt Gen Mike, announcement, o.q., 1916(32:1500)
    >>>Reserve, numbers, decline, 10514(170:1630)
    >>Military Chaplains, prayers
    >>>Ordered not to include name of Jesus Christ in public ceremonies, o.q., 7340(115:1500)
    >>>Reference to "God, Jesus and Christian", guidelines regarding use, qu., 9305(150:1515)
    >>Military equipment
    >>>Adequacy, o.q., 9196-7(148:1435-40)
    >>>Armoured personnel carriers, LAV III, o.q., 957(17:1440), 3320(51:1500)
    >>>Budget 2001 funding, $300 million, inadequate, 8098(129:1130)
    >>>In-Service Equipment see Public Accounts Standing Committee--Reports, Twentieth
    >>>Maintenance costs, $1.3 billion annual shortfall, Auditor General's concerns, 8212(131:1035)
    >>>Munitions, ordnance, insufficient levels, 5410(82:2300)
    >>>>o.q., 4273-4(66:1450)
    >>>o.q., 7898(125:1430)
    >>>Obsolete ideas, avoiding expenditures on, 8306(133:1210)
    >>>Outdated, defective, deplorable conditions, 1201(21:1845), 1365(24:1010-15), 1367-8(24:1025-30), 1382-3(24:1215-20), 1395(24:1340), 1396-7(24:1350-55), 1418(24:1550), 5307-9(81:1625-30), 5399(82:2125), 5523(85:1050), 5606-7(86:1605), 6152-3(94:2445-50), 8212(131:1035), 8226(131:1225), 8228(131:1240), 8395(133:2330), 8880(142:1255), 8883(142:1320), 10062(163:1130), 10792(175:1745-50)
    >>>>Simpson, Jeffrey, September 19, 2001 Globe and Mail article, 5307(81:1625), 5310(81:1645)
    >>>>Team Canada hockey teams, comparison, 1367(24:1025-30)
    >>>Replacement, procurement program, 1416-7(24:1540-45), 1425(24:1640), 5313-4(81:1715), 6093(94:1630-5)
    >>>>See also National Defence and Veterans Affairs Standing Committee--Reports, First
    >>>Trucks, rusty wheels, axles, operation, unsafe, o.q., 956-7(17:1440)
    >>>Upgrading, modernization, 1392(24:1320), 1428-9(24:1700), 5524(85:1050), 5606-7(86:1605), 10063(163:1130), 10795(175:1810)
    >>>>o.q., 955(17:1435), 3320(51:1500), 3666(56:1450), 5665(87:1450)
    >>Military justice system, eserve military judges panel, establishment, 11114-5(181:1310)
    >>Military training exercises, invasion of Halifax, NS by Granovikstan Revolutionary Army, 2nd Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment defending, S.O. 31, 9701(157:1100)
    >>Morale, 5314-5(81:1720), 10508(170:1540)
    >>>Liberal government (Chrétien), lack of leadership, etc., impact, S.O. 31, 7558(119:1415), 8821(141:1410)
    >>National earthquake support plan, o.q., 1407(24:1440)
    >>Naval operations
    >>>Personnel and funding, adequacy, 5308(81:1625), 8607(86:1605), 10513(170:1625)
    >>>>o.q., 6841-2(107:1445-50)
    >>>Ships, inadequate number, increase, need, 5857(90:1335), 10513(170:1625)
    >>>Skilled personnel, loss, 5499(84:1615)
    >>North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), North American Aerospace Defence Command (NORAD), commitment, 268(7:1055), 5157(79:1625)
    >>>Appearance before National Defence and Veterans Affairs Standing Committee, 5308(81:1630)
    >>>>Remarks censored by Minister of National Defence, o.q., 4071(62:1425)
    >>>Enhanced leadership training program, locating at former St. Jean military college, cancellation, National Defence Minister Eggleton decision, reversing, o.q., 1524(26:1455)
    >>>Professional development, Officership 2020 Program, o.q., 4100(63:1455)
    >>>Retired generals, receiving conscience with first pension cheque, O'Reilly statement, o.q., 4071(62:1425)
    >>Operational readiness, National Defence and Veterans Affairs Standing Committee report, recommendations, government response, o.q., 12109-10(198:1455)
    >>Operating anywhere in Canada, including Quebec, National Defence Minister Eggleton dream, 7701(122:1040)
    >>"Operation Apollo" see United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--United States response, Canadian Armed Forces participation
    >>Overseas troops, Christmas cards and letters from school children, restrictions, o.q, 7167(112:1500)
    >>Parliamentary Program see Canadian Forces Parliamentary Program
    >>Peacekeeping operations
    >>>Adequacy of personnel and equipment, etc., 9347-8(151:1240-5), 10512(170:1615), 10513(170:1625)
    >>>>o.q., 10234-5(165:1420)
    >>>>Replacing United States 2,500 troops contingent, o.q., 5913(91:1455), 5981(92:1450)
    >>>>Testing for illnesses/conditions relating to depleted uranium, 4234-5(65:1240-5)
    >>>>>o.q., 1244(22:1435), 2710(42:1500), 6932(109:1440)
    >>>Bosnia mission
    >>>>3rd Battalion, Royal 22nd Regiment, efforts, tribute, S.O. 31, 10303(166:1410)
    >>>>Morale, low, clothing and equipment deficiencies, Royal Canadian Legion President February 8, 2001 letter, S.O. 31, 951(17:1410)
    >>>>Transfer of troops to Macedonia mission, 5310(81:1645), 5399(82:2125)
    >>>>>o.q., 5294(81:1455)
    >>>>See also Canadian Armed Forces--Royal 22nd Regiment Drinking water
    >>>Canadian commitment, 6710(105:1205)
    >>>Eritrea mission, return home, with equipment, shipping contract, tendering procedures, awarding to United States firm, 6436(99:1630)
    >>>>Lewis and Clark contract, cancellation, technical reasons, etc., o.q., 4400(68:1445)
    >>>>o.q., 4175-6(64:1445)
    >>>Kosovo mission, boots, shortage, 4753(74:1015), 5308(81:1630), 7117(111:1720-5)
    >>>Reservists, calling up, protecting jobs, o.q., 6732-3(105:1445)
    >>>Testing for illnesses/conditions relating to depleted uranium, o.q., 12721(206:1200)
    >>>Tribute, Veterans Week and Remembrance Day poster, S.O. 31, 6252(96:1410)
    >>>See also Ethiopia-Eritrea border dispute; International Criminal Court--Canadian sovereignty; Somalia
    >>>60,000 on active list, 1994 White Paper target, shortage, countermeasures, 1383(24:1215), 1395(24:1340), 5157-8(79:1630-35), 5308(81:1630), 5313(81:1705), 5314(81:1715), 5399(82:2125), 5499(84:1615), 5607(86:1610), 6809(107:1105), 10062(163:1130), 10792(175:1745)
    >>>>o.q., 1984(33:1455), 3666(56:1450)
    >>>98% capacity, o.q., 5555(85:1445)
    >>>Commendation, 1393(24:1325)
    >>>Food banks, use, 5308(81:1630), 8226(131:1225)
    >>>Injuries, assistance, 5314(81:1720)
    >>>Leaving, dissatisfaction factors, etc., 11143(181:1615)
    >>>>o.q., 10356(167:1135)
    >>>Number, decline, 8212(131:1035)
    >>>>o.q., 10498(170:1440)
    >>>>Reduction between wars and conflicts, normal, 8215(131:1055)
    >>>Recruiting, 10513(170:1625)
    >>>>$20,000 bonus, o.q., 10458(169:1440)
    >>>>Crisis, media reports, o.q., 349(8:1500)
    >>>>Criteria, political correctness, effect, 5399(82:2125)
    >>>>Government policies, impact, National Defence and Canadian Forces Ombudsman report, o..q, 12845(208:1455)
    >>>>Increase, 5524(85:1050), 5857(90:1335), 6093(94:1630-5)
    >>>>Targets, human rights tribunal mandate, 1395(24:1345)
    >>>Retention and recruiting measures
    >>>>o.q., 6200(95:1450), 10498-9(170:1440)
    >>>>Pilots, 5314-5(81:1720)
    >>>Wages and working conditions, improving, 8226(131:1225)
    >>>See also Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal
    >>Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI)
    >>>Afghanistan mission, night training exercise, hit by fire from United States fighter jet, 4 killed (Sgt Marc Léger, Cpl Ainsworth Dyer, Pte Richard Green, Pte Nathan Smith), 8 wounded (Sgt Lorne Ford, MCpl Curtis Hollister, MCpl Stanley Clark, Cpl Rene Paquette, Cpl Brett Perry, Cpl Shane Brennan, Cpl Brian Decaire, Pte Norman Link), 10790-1(175:1735-40), 10793-5(175:1755-1805), 10795(175:1815)
    >>>>Information for families of victims, pensions/benefits, etc., o.q., 10598-9(172:1120-30)
    >>>>Inquiry, investigative scope, including United States officials, etc., o.q., 10558(171:1425), 10597-9(172:1115-25), 10647-8(173:1425), 10717(174:1415), 10718(174:1425), 10721-2(174:1445), 10724-5(174:1500)
    >>>>Investigation report
    >>>>>Release delay at request of United States, o.q., 12714-5(206:1125)
    >>>>>Release to public, o..q, 12882(209:1445)
    >>>>Memorial service, April 28, 2002 Skyreach Centre, Edmonton, AB, S.O. 31, 10929(178:1410), 11003(179:1410)
    >>>>Moment of silence in House, 10539(171:1015)
    >>>>Protection against repeat incidence, o.q., 10716-8(174:1415-25)
    >>>>Statement by Minister (Chrétien), 10537-9(171:1000-15)
    >>>>Tributes/messages of condolence
    >>>>>o.q., 10556-7(171:1415)
    >>>>>S.O. 31, 10553-6(171:1355-415), 10595-6(172:1105-10), 10715-6(174:1405-10)
    >>>>United States investigation, key elements published in New York Times, o.q., 12881(209:1445)
    >>>>Widows/families, pensions, o.q., 11598(189:1455)
    >>>Disbanding, o.q., 7259(114:1420)
    >>>Para-capability, o.q., 7262(114:1435)
    >>>Tribute, Edmonton, AB ceremony, S.O. 312, 8753(140:1410)
    >>>See also Afghanistan--United States/United Kingdom special anti-terrorism operations, Canadian Armed Forces participation; Canadian Armed Forces--Bases, stations and camps, CFB Shilo
    >>Procurement, problems, 1396-7(24:1350-55)
    >>Public opinion, Scarborough East constituency, 1428(24:1700)
    >>Recognition, 10790-1(175:1735-40), 10793-4(175:1755-1800), 10795(175:1810), 10796(175:1820), 10830(176:1355)
    >>>Messages of support, 10790-1(175:1740)
    >>>See also Canadian Forces Day
    >>Reservists, 11117-8(181:1330)
    >>>Funding, o.q., 9418(152:1155)
    >>>Job protection, if called-up, 7415(117:1035), 11112(181:1245), 11113(181:1300), 11115(181:1310-5), 11117(181:1330), 11163(182:1035), 11431(186:1210), 11785(192:1730)
    >>>>o.q., 7450(117:1450)
    >>>Pay formula, cutback/increase, 7117(111:1725)
    >>>>o.q., 6764(106:1430)
    >>>Transition mechanisms, exit interviews, 11116(181:1320)
    >>>See also Canadian Armed Forces--Peacekeeping operations; Canadian Forces Liaison Council Employer Support Awards; Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting, Canadian Armed Forces' role
    >>Role, 5156-7(79:1620-25), 10790(175:1735), 10791-2(175:1745), 10793-4(175:1755-1800), 10795-6(175:1810-5)
    >>Royal 22nd Regiment, 10793(175:1755)
    >>>3rd Battalion, Bosnia peace mission, S.O. 31, 5286(81:1405), 8166(130:1405)
    >>Satellite communications system, 1998 $174 million purchase, not used, 10507(170:1535), 10508(170:1545), 10512-3(170:1620)
    >>>o.q., 10457(169:1435)
    >>>>International comparison, 8306(133:1210)
    >>>>Repair contract, Davie Industries Inc./MIL Davie Inc. bid, o.q., 9832(159:1455), 10033(162:1140)
    >>>>Seaworthiness, 5311(81:1700), 5312(81:1705)
    >>>Submarines, used, $700 million purchase from United Kingdom, 168(5:1235), 4752(74:1015)
    >>>>Costs, qu., 10607(172:1205)
    >>>>Defects, dent in hull, leaks, etc.
    >>>>>o.q., 10762-3(175:1420), 10764(175:1430), 10767(175:1445-50), 10837(176:1430), 10840(176:1445-50), 11049(180:1445), 11128(181:1435)
    >>>>>qu., 12355(201:1205)
    >>>>o.q., 3320(51:1500)
    >>>See also Shipbuilding industry--Canadian Armed Forces ships
    >>"Snowbirds", aerobatic team, 431 Air Demonstration Squadron
    >>>Carmichael, Capt Maryse, first woman member, S.O. 31, 4981(77:1405)
    >>>National icon, protection, 536-7(11:1500)
    >>>See also National Defence Act (amdt.--Snowbirds)(Bill C-259)
    >>Supply chain management, privatization, $800 million contract, awarding to Tibbett & Britton Group North America
    >>>Employees, seven year job/salary guarantee, o.q., 12607(204:1445), 12610(204:1500), 13002(211:1145)
    >>>Job losses, o.q., 12607(204:1445), 12610(204:1500)
    >>>o.q., 10936(178:1440), 11717(191:1145)
    >>>Petitions, 11916(195:1010)
    >>>S.O. 31, 11708(191:1055)
    >>Tanks, Leopard tank bottoms, deterioration, 1397(24:1350)
    >>Training programs, 5399(82:2125)
    >>>Fort Saint-Jean campus (former Collége militaire de Saint-Jean), $45 million expenditure, o.q., 4588(71:1440)
    >>>United States base, Fort Lewis, WA, 8882(142:1315)
    >>Uniforms and kit
    >>>Clothe the Soldier Project, 8882(142:1315)
    >>>New issue, S.O. 31, 7003(110:1405)
    >>>Shortages, etc., o.q., 8547(136:1415)
    >>Weakness, 5453(83:1400)
    >>Winter warfare tactics, training Chinese armed forces, o.q., 1722-3(29:1445-50), 1774(30:1150)
    >>Women, integration plan
    >>>Data, failure/refusal to collect, o.q., 1770(30:1130)
    >>>Failure, negative attitudes of senior officers, etc., report, o.q., 1767-8(30:1120-5)
    >>See also Anthrax--United States exposure incidents; Biological and chemical weapons/terrorism--Canadian research; Canadian Forces Day; Canadian Forces Provost Marshall; Drinking water contamination--Bagotville, QC--Lac-Saint Pierre, QC--Shannon, QC; Foot and mouth disease--Preventing; Forest fires--Fighting; Holland; Jordan--Funeral for King Hussein; Korean War; National security--Military security zones; Peacekeeping; Remembrance Day (November 11); Riordon, Terry; Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting; Toronto, ON--Snow crisis in 1999; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Canadian response; Water pollution

Canadian Artists and Producers Professional Relations Tribunal

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Human Resources Development Department

Canadian Association of Black Lawyers see Augustine--References

Canadian Association of Broadcasters

    >>BBM Bureau of Measurement journalism and communications student scholarship awards, Élise Breault, recipient, congratulating, S.O. 31, 6835(107:1410)
    >>See also McCabe, Michael; Oliver, Craig

Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police see Drug and substance abuse--National drug strategy

Canadian Association of Former Parliamentarians

    >>Distinguished Service Award, Hon. John Reid, 2002 recipient, tribute, S.O. 31, 12031(197:1410)

Canadian Association of Journalists see Media--Freedom of speech

Canadian Association of University Teachers see Education, post-secondary--National standards

Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) see Automobile industry--Decline; Buhler Industries Inc.; General Motors of Canada Limited--Boisbriand, QC plant

Canadian Avalanche Association

    >>Avalanche safety awareness, promoting, S.O., 31, 8436(134:1415)

Canadian Bankers Association see Education; Farm Credit Corporation--Amendments

Canadian Banking Ombudsman

    >>Appointments, patronage possibility, 506(11:1145), 545(11:1605)
    >>Bureaucracy, 545(11:1605)
    >>Consumers, access to, 541(11:1525)
    >>Establishing, 2546-7(40:1010), 2567(40:1215)
    >>Federal-provincial task force, 503)11:1120)
    >>House of Commons appointing, 545(11:1600-5)
    >>Role, powers, expanding, single dispute resolution centre goal, etc., 503(11:1120), 514(11:1245), 545(11:1600)

Canadian Bar Association see Diplomatic immunity--Foreign delegates

Canadian Bill of Rights (amdt.--right of literacy)(Bill C-365)--Harb

    >>First reading, 4536(70:1210)
    >>See also Literacy--Full potential

Canadian Bill of Rights (amdt.--right to education)(Bill C-362)--Harb

    >>First reading, 4535(70:1210)
    >>See also Education--Accessibility

Canadian Bill of Rights (amdt.--right to housing)(Bill C-371)--Harb

    >>First reading, 4593(71:1505)
    >>See also Housing--Affordable, Right

Canadian Biotechnology Advisory Committee see Reproductive and genetic technologies

Canadian Broadcast Standards Council see Sex offenders/pedophiles--Criticizing

Canadian broadcast system see Media

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC)

    >>Bulte role, promoting, 92(4:1305)
    >>C-band satellite service, English signals, discontinuing, rural Canadians, impact, S.O. 31, 2116(34:1405)
    >>Canadian Heritage Standing Committee study of Broadcasting Act, relationship, 8460(134:1655)
    >>Canadian perspective role, United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks factor, 8459(134:1645)
    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Canadian Heritage Department
    >>Government funding, 8861(142:1045)
    >>>Canadian Alliance position, 8459-60(134:1645-50)
    >>>>o.q., 8243(131:1420)
    >>>Diverting to higher priorities, 8211(131:1030)
    >>>Increase, Budget 2001, 8084(128:1705), 8117-8(129:1350), 8152(129:1755)
    >>>>Leak, o.q., 8004(127:1115)
    >>>Private sector funding replacing, 8096(129:1115), 8211(131:1025)
    >>>Reducing, 8186(130:1610), 8217(131:1115)
    >>Government support, increasing, 178(5:1330), 321(7:1630)
    >>>Throne Speech proposal, 15(2:1530)
    >>Importance, benefits, 178(5:1330)
    >>Lester, Normand, journalist, Le Livre noir du Canada anglais, Canadian history, contrary depiction, Radio-Canada, suspension, censorship
    >>>o.q., 7333-4(115:1415-25), 7371(116:1420), 7373(116:1430)
    >>>S.O. 31, 7332(115:1410), 7369(116:1415), 7442-3(1410)
    >>Multicultural programming, increasing, 5839-40(90:1110)
    >>National broadcaster role, private sector alternative, 8460(134:1650)
    >>President, travel abroad, cost, itinerary, etc., qu., 4852(75:1220)
    >>Privatization, 8211(131:1025)
    >>>An American in Canada, 8345(133:1625)
    >>>Canada: A People's History, public school viewing rights, $2,147 cost, fairness, o.q., 8010(127:1145-50)
    >>Public broadcaster, guaranteed under Broadcasting Act, 5840(90:1110)
    >>Radio, role, government sponsorship, 8211(131:1025)
    >>Ratings, private broadcasters, comparison, 8460(134:1650)
    >>Regional evening news programming cutbacks
    >>>Newfoundland and Labrador, viewers, decline, local news, impact, o.q., 3879(59:1445)
    >>Rural programming service, reducing, withdrawing, 8460(134:1655)
    >>>o.q., 3929(60:1130)
    >>Union accreditation review, Heenan Blaikie law firm, involvement, senior partner Heenan, apparent conflict of interest, o.q., 6890(108:1200)
    >>Wage discrimination, CBC communications union report
    >>>Francophone employees, Radio-Canada, wage/gender gap, eliminating
    >>>>o.q., 9584(155:1440), 10238(165:1440), 10311(166:1455)
    >>>>Petitions, 11602-3(189:1525-30)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 10233-4(165:1415), 10452(169:1405)
    >>>>o.q., 9148(147:1150), 9546(154:1455), 9584(155:1440)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 9021(145:1410)
    >>See also Broadcasting--News coverage; CBC Radio One; Government contracts--Groupaction Marketing Inc.; "Heritage Minutes"--Watson; Hockey Night in Canada--National Hockey League games; Jelinek, Otto; Media--Freedom of speech; Olympics, 2002 Winter Games (Salt Lake City, United States); Radio-Canada--Program funding; Radio Canada International--Weekend newscasts; Summit of the Americas (April 2001, Quebec City, QC); United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks

Canadian Business magazine see Fredericton, NB

Canadian Cancer Society see Cancer--April--Daffodil Day

Canadian Cattlemen's Association see Cruelty to animals--Legislation (Bill C-15), Groups concerned; Farm Credit Corporation--Amendments; Foot and mouth disease--Preventing; Species at risk (endangered species)--Legislation

Canadian Centre for Management Development

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Privy Council Office

Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Human Resources Development Department

Canadian Centre for the Independent Resolution of First Nations Specific Claims see Aboriginal land claims

Canadian Centre for Women's Education and Development see Caring Canadians Award--Zaman

Canadian Chamber of Commerce see Agricultural subsidies; Budget 2001; Employment insurance; Farm income crisis

Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

    >>Charter challenges
    >>>Less than unanimous decision, Supreme Court of Canada rulings not binding on other cases, 261(7:1015), 1797-805(31:1105-200)
    >>>Supreme Court of Canada hear from and consider intentions of Parliament when hearing, 261(7:1015), 1797-805(31:1105-200)
    >>>See also Supreme Court Act (amdt.)(Bill C-234)
    >>Proclamation, 20th Anniversary
    >>>o.q., 10500(170:1450)
    >>>S.O. 31, 10302(166:1405), 10492-3(170:1405-10), 10596(172:1110)
    >>>Statement by Minister (Chrétien), 10502-5(170:1500-25)
    >>Public support, 10364(168:1105)
    >>Section 33 (notwithstanding clause) invoking, 11964(195:1625)
    >>>Salso ee Marriage--Definition, Preserving; Organized crime--Combatting
    >>See also Disabled and handicapped persons--Rights; Employment insurance--Eligibility, Women and part-time workers; National security--Military security zones--Security risks; Public safety; Refugees--Determination process; Supreme Court of Canada--Independence; Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting, Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36)

Canadian Chicken Marketing Agency see Egg and poultry industry

Canadian child and youth development research network see Children--Early childhood development

Canadian Child Rights Act (Bill C-370)--Harb

    >>First reading, 4593(71:1505)
    >>See also Children--Rights

Canadian Chinese Table Tennis Federation of British Columbia see Table tennis

Canadian Coast Guard

    >>Anniversary, 40th, role, etc., S.O. 31, 8321(133:1400), 8752(140:1405)
    >>Boat towing, contracting-out to private sector, o.q., 11764(192:1455)
    >>Budget allocation, $115 million, o.q., 4076(62:1450), 6594(102:1455)
    >>Cutbacks, boats, removals, helicopter fleet, reducing, 3512(53:1740), 6810(107:1105)
    >>Fleet management see Public Accounts Standing Committee--Reports, Twenty-second
    >>Funding, increase
    >>>$10 billion, 8882(142:1305)
    >>>Necessity, 8030(127:1415), 8131(129:1515)
    >>Marine Communications and Traffic Services (MCTS), budget cutback, 25%, safety impact, etc., o.q., 4075-6(62:1450)
    >>Role, 1498(26:1225)
    >>Western provinces, cutbacks, Liberal government (Chrétien) responsibility, 355(8:1540)
    >>See also Great Lakes-St. Lawrence waterway; Marine transportation--Environmental factors; National security; Search and rescue; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--United States response, Canadian participation

Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary see Search and rescue

Canadian Commercial Corporation

Canadian Commercial Corporation Act (amdt.)(Bill C-41)--Minister for International Trade (Pettigrew)

    >>First reading, 7100(111:1515)
    >>Second reading, 7272-86(114:1540-730), agreed to, on recorded division, 7340-1(115:1500-10)
    >>Foreign Affairs and International Trade Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, 7341(115:1510)
    >>>Reported, without amdt., 7715(122:1200)
    >>Report stage, concurrence, agreed to, 7908(125:1530)
    >>Third reading, agreed to, 7908(125:1530), passed.
    >>Royal Assent, 9958(161:1515) Chap. 4, S.C. 2002

Canadian Construction Association see Robert Stollery Award

Canadian Council Art Bank

    >>30th anniversary, S.O. 31, 8864(142:1115)

Canadian Council for International Co-operation see Free trade--Rules-based system

Canadian Council for Refugees see Immigration--System, Legislation; Refugees--Determination process

Canadian Council of Chief Executives see Student loans--Canada Student Loans, Tax credit

Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment see Drinking water--Safety; Pollution

Canadian Council of Public Accounts Committees see Public Accounts Standing Committee--Travel;

Canadian Dairy Commission

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Agriculture and Agri-Food Department

Canadian Depository for Securities (CDS) see Securities industry--Securities and derivatives clearing houses

Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corporation (CDCC) see Securities industry--Securities and derivatives clearing houses

Canadian Dimension see Elections--Proportional representation, Need for

Canadian Dollar see Currency; Dollar exchange rate; Quebec separation/sovereignty

Canadian Egg Marketing Agency see Egg and poultry industry

Canadian Employment Insurance Commission see Employment insurance--Eligibility, Women and part-time workers

Canadian Endangered Species Conservation Council

    >>Establishing, expanding membership, 3130(47:2310)

Canadian Environmental Assessment Act

    >>Legislation see Environmental assessment--Legislation
    >>See also Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA); Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)--Environmental assessment process; Environmental assessment passim; Export Development Corporation (EDC)--Environmental review process; Highways and roads--Ontario, Hamilton, ON; Nuclear waste--Waste management organization, Federal oversight, Nuclear Fuel Waste Act

Canadian Environmental Assessment Act (amdt.)(Bill C-19)--Minister of the Environment (Anderson)

    >>First reading, 1870(32:1010)
    >>Second reading, 4052-65(62:1235-355), 4078(62:1505), 4296-304(66:1720-825), agreed to, 4606(71:1645-50)
    >>Environment and Sustainable Development Standing Committee referral, 4606(71:1650)
    >>See also Environmental assessment passim

Canadian Environmental Assessment Act (amdt.--inventory of brownfields)(Bill C-305)--Keyes

    >>First reading, 1870-1(32:1010)
    >>Second reading, 3273-81(50:1320-410)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 3281(50:1410)
    >>See also Contaminated sites--Brownfields

Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Environment Department
    >>See also Electricity--Coal fired power plants; Environmental assessment

Canadian Environmental Protection Act

    >>Progressive Conservative government (Mulroney) achievement, 1332-3(23:1525), 3703(57:1015), 4063(62:1345)
    >>See also Gasoline--MMT, Banning; Public safety--Ministerial powers; Waste--Imports

Canadian Executive Service Organization (CESO)

    >>International services, volunteers
    >>>Bangkok, Don Stockton, Js.O. 31, 4065(62:1355)
    >>>Guatemala City, John Van Esch, S.O. 31, 4065(62:1355)
    >>>Guyana, Ted Chiswell, S.O. 31, 868(16:1355)
    >>>Honduras, Linda and Trevor Davies, S.O. 31, 1450-1(25:1105)
    >>>>Mackie, Eric, S.O. 31, 1452(25:1110)
    >>>>Norton, Gary, S.O. 31, 4980(77:1355-400)
    >>>Poland, Pierre Deutsch, S.O. 31, 9358(151:1355)
    >>>Romania, Paul Matthews, S.O. 31, 11664(190:1405)

Canadian Farm Animal Genetic Resources Foundation see Shaver, Donald McQueen

Canadian farm income program (CFIP) see Farm income crisis

Canadian Federation of Agriculture see Farm Credit Corporation--Amendments; Farm income crisis

Canadian Federation of Independent Business see Small and medium business; Working hours--Work week

Canadian Federation of Municipalities see Drinking water--Municipal water and sewage systems--National standards; Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)--Reducing

Canadian Federation of Nurses see Drugs and pharmaceuticals--Patent protection

Canadian Film Development Corporation

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Canadian Heritage Department
    >>Funding, stricter controls, necessity, 7723(122:1300)
    >>Telefilm Canada, name change see Canadian Film Development Corporation Act--Amending

Canadian Film Development Corporation Act

    >>Amending, name change to Telefilm Canada Act, 7411(117:1005), 7719(122:1235), 7722(122:1250-5)
    >>>See also Fisheries Prices Support Act repeal and technical amendments (amdt.)(Bill C-43)

Canadian Firearms Program see Gun control/guns

Canadian flag

    >>Desecration/destruction, criminal offence, establishing, 2784(43:1520), 8489(135:1520), 8679(139:1005), 9869-76(159:1810-905), 10363-8(168:1100-40)
    >>>Cyr, Alexandre, former Member of Parliament, letter, 10364(168:1105)
    >>>Freedom of expression, relationship, 10366-7(168:1125-30)
    >>>M. (Benoit), 12631-8(204:1730-1825)
    >>>>Dropped from Order Paper, 12638(204:1825)
    >>>Olympics, 2002 Winter Games (Salt Lake City, United States), United States women's hockey team, actions, 10367(168:1135-40)
    >>>Other countries, comparison, 10366-8(168:1125-40)
    >>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.--desecration of the Canadian Flag)(Bill C-330); Criminal Code (amdt.--destruction of the national flag)(C-429); Criminal Code (amdt.--destruction or desecration of national flag)(Bill C-426)
    >>Flying at half-mast, all government buildings, Remembrance Day, 9202-3(148:1515)
    >>>See also Remembrance Day National Flag Act (Bill C-432)
    >>History, 10365-6(168:1115-25)
    >>Lethbridge, AB flag ceremony, February 15, 2001, 803(14:1740)
    >>Members of Parliament, displaying desk flags in Chamber, incident, 7846-7(124:1535-45)
    >>See also Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec; Millennium scholarship fund

Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA)

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Agriculture and Agri-Food Department
    >>Mandate, standards, excellence, 2755(42:2145)
    >>See also Beef--Brazilian beef, Political decision/motives--Mad cow disease, Scientists; Cattle industry--Protecting; Chronic wasting disease--Elk; Food safety/inspection system; Foot and mouth disease--Preventing Imports--Canada Customs and Revenue Agency (CCRA); Plum pox virus; Public Accounts Standing Committee--Reports, Fourteenth

Canadian Foodgrains Bank

Canadian Football League see Football

Canadian Forces Day

    >>First Sunday in June
    >>>M-334 (Pratt), 10789-97(175:1730-1825), 10830(176:1355), agreed to, as amended, 1830(176:1355)
    >>>>Amdt. (Pratt), agreed to, by unanimous consent, 10789(175:1730)
    >>>>Dropped to bottom of order of precedence on Order Paper, 10797(175:1825)
    >>>S.O. 31, 11986(196:1105-10)

Canadian Forces Grievance Board

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, National Defence Department

Canadian Forces Housing Agency

    >>2000-01 annual report, tabled, 11500(1287:1205)

Canadian Forces Liaison Council Employer Support Award

    >>Reservists, employers supporting/encouraging, Cominco Trail Operations, Trail, BC, recipient, S.O. 31, 4521(70:1100)

Canadian Forces Parliamentary Program

    >>Members of Parliament participation in training programs
    >>>Carignan experience, S.O. 31, 5478-9(84:1400)
    >>>Casson participation, S.O. 31, 5903(91:1400)
    >>>Folco participation, S.O. 31, 7761(123:1410)

Canadian Forces Provost Marshal

    >>2000 annual report, tabled, 4311(67:1005)

Canadian Forestry Association see National Forests Week

Canadian Foundation for Climate Change and Atmospheric Sciences

    >>Government funding, $60 million, 9490(153:1740)
    >>Research investment, $3.9 million, goals, o.q., 878(16:1445)

Canadian Freestyle Skiing Championships see Skiing--Brassard

Canadian Games of La Francophonie (2002)

    >>Riviére-du-Loup, QC, Quebec government, $2 million funding, federal government, funding amount, 8318(133:1340)
    >>>o.q., 8646-7(138:1500), 9369(151:1455)

Canadian Grain Commission

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Agriculture and Agri-Food Department
    >>See Grain industry

Canadian Grand Prix see Government contracts--Sponsorship program

Canadian group of the Interparliamentary Union see Interparliamentary delegations--Reports

Canadian Heritage Department

    >>Due diligence not performed, 19% of files, Auditor General report, 444(9:1640), 8312(133:1255)
    >>>$700 million, grants and contributions, additional $563 million funding, justification
    >>>>o.q., 3665(56:1445)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 4392(68:1405)
    >>Estimates see Estimates--2000-2001, Supplementary (A)--2001-2002, Main--2002-2203, Main; Francophones outside Quebec--Assimilation
    >>Expenditures, waste and mismanagement, Auditor General's report, o.q., 7900(125:1445)
    >>Grants, 9600(155:1640)
    >>>Given without application forms filled out, $9 million, Auditor General's study, 8210(131:1020)
    >>Management practices, condemning, o.q., 306-7(7:1455)
    >>Objectives, lack, lack of performance measurement, Auditor General's concerns, 8861(142:1050)
    >>See also Arts and culture--Funding; Canadian Heritage Standing Committee--Canadian broadcast system study, Expert advisors; Copyright Board; Government contracts; International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination--March 21; Marine conservation areas--Departments; National parks

Canadian Heritage Standing Committee

    >>36th Parl., 2nd Sess., reports, second (Book publishing industry), g.r., tabled, 4102(63:1505)
    >>Canadian broadcast system study, expert advisors, Canadian Heritage Department contracting, propriety, 10395-7(168:1520-30), 10464-6(169:1525-45), 10725-6(174:1500)
    >>Reports, presented
    >>>First (Sir John A. Macdonald Day and the Sir Wilfred Laurier Day Act (Bill S-14)), 6528(101:1505)
    >>>Second (Canada National Marine Conservation Areas Act (Bill C-10)), 6801(107:1005)
    >>>Third (National Horse of Canada Act (Bill S-22)), 10505(170:1525)
    >>>Fourth (extension of time to consider Broadcasting Act (Bill S-7)), 12402(197:1510)
    >>>>Concurrence, M. (Harvard), 12224(200:1010), deemed defeated on division, 12226(200:1015)
    >>>Fifth (Physical Activity and Sport Act (Bill C-54)), 12612(204:1505-10)
    >>>Sixth (Copyright Act (amdt.)(Bill C-48)), 12809(208:1005)
    >>Travel, study on Canadian broadcast system, authorization
    >>>M. (Regan), agreed to, 8179(130:1520)
    >>>M. (Regan), agreed to, 9892(160:1520)
    >>See also Canada National Marine Conservation Areas Act (Bill C-10); Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC); Copyright Act (amdt.)(Bill C-48); Media--Canadian broadcast system; National Horse of Canada Act (Bill S-22); Physical Activity and Sport Act (Bill C-54)

Canadian Home Builders' Association see Home Renovation Month

Canadian horse see Horses

Canadian Human Rights Act (amdt.)(Bill C-465)--Grey, D.

    >>First reading, 11797(193:1005)
    >>See also Visually impaired persons--Seeing eye dogs

Canadian Human Rights Commission

    >>2000 annual report, including report on employment equity, tabled, 2497(39:1000)
    >>>Commission holding press conference, copies of report not available to Members of Parliament, 2503(39:1030-5), 2627(41:1525)
    >>>Release to media prior to tabling in House, 2497-8(39:1000-10), 2650(41:1810)
    >>>See also Privilege--Williams
    >>2001 annual report, including report on employment equity, tabled, 9917(161:1005)
    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Justice Department
    >>Executives, performance bonuses, pay-out, unmerited, o.q., 4177(64:1450)
    >>LaForest Review Committee report, recommendations, government review, o.q., 4177(64:1450)
    >>Management-employee relations, difficulties, employee dissatisfaction, resignations, etc., correcting, o.q., 4099-100(63:1450-5), , 4177(64:1450)
    >>Pay equity
    >>>Bell Canada dispute, stalling tactics, frustrating pay equity process, S.O. 31, 2700(42:1410)
    >>>Special report, 741(14:1105-10)
    >>>>Tabled, 731(14:1000)
    >>>>See also Privilege--Williams
    >>Senior management, foreign travel, curtailment, o.q., 4100(63:1450-5), 4177(64:1450)
    >>See also Discrimination and racism--Social conditions

Canadian Human Rights Tribunal

    >>2000 annual report, tabled, 2565(40:1200)
    >>2001 annual report, tabled, 10094(163:1520)
    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Justice Department

Canadian identity

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC)

    >>Profits/income tax paid, foreign operations factor, etc., o.q., 9257(149:1425), 9263(149:1500), 9299(150:1445)
    >>See also President's Choice Financial

Canadian Industrial Relations Board

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Human Resources Development Department
    >>See also Canada 3000 Inc.--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks

Canadian Innovation Agenda for the Twenty-First Century, A see Industry Science and Technology Standing Committee--Reports, Fifth

Canadian Institute for Advanced Research

    >>Government funding, Budget 2001 measure, $25 million, 8189(130:1630), 8453(134:1600)

Canadian Institute for Health Information

Canadian Institutes of Health Research

    >>Commercialization strategy, 8314(133:1305)
    >>>1st anniversary, tribute, S.O. 31, 3604-5(55:1055)
    >>>2nd anniversary, tribute, S.O. 31, 12769(207:1410)
    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Health Department
    >>Funding, 12277(200:1610)
    >>>Budget 2001 measure, $75 million additional, $561 million next year, 8079(128:1625), 8117(129:1350), 8155(129:1820), 8218(131:1115), 8314(133:1305-10), 8453(134:1600), 8461(134:1700), 9477(153:1605), 9487(153:1720)
    >>>Increase, 8316(133:1325), 8356(133:1755), 9004(144:1540), 9487(153:1720), 9488(153:1730), 9489(153:1735)
    >>>>Throne Speech commitment, 13(2:1530)
    >>>>See also Canadian Institutes of Health Research--Funding, Budget 2001 measure
    >>Institutes, established, scientific directors, appointed, 5035(77:1940)
    >>International reputation, 5035(77:1940)
    >>President, board of directors, appointed, 5035(77:1940)
    >>Purpose, mandate, 2652(41:1820), 8079(128:1625), 8314(133:1305), 9004(144:1540), 12277(200:1610), 12595(203:2240)
    >>>S.O. 31, 6879(108:1105)
    >>Tele-health research, $10.8 million funding to Quebec facilities, consultations with provincial government, etc., o.q., 4355(67:1445)
    >>See also Disease prevention--Research; Kidney disease--Research; Organ donations/transplants--Research chairs; Reproductive and genetic technologies--Stem cell research