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Canadian Intergovernmental Conference Secretariat

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Privy Council Office--2001-2002, Supplementary (A), Privy Council Office--2002-2003, Main, Privy Council Office

Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)

    >>Aid projects
    >>>Afghanistan, unfocussed and ineffective, 6687(104:1720-5)
    >>>>o.q., 7337-8(115:1445)
    >>>Effectiveness, 6644(104:1205-15), 6688-9(104:1730-40)
    >>>Funding, increase, terrorism countermeasure, o.q., 5982(92:1500)
    >>>Monitoring, west African gun control project, failure, $400,000 contribution, o.q., 3149-50(48:1455)
    >>>Terrorist groups/organizations, links, review
    >>>>Minga, natural resources management program, Colombia, 6184(95:1255)
    >>>>o.q., 5977(92:1430)
    >>Americas, co-operation initiatives, $191 million
    >>>Collectivity institute, o.q., 2971(46:1455)
    >>>o.q., 2971(46:1455)
    >>Auditor General's concerns, 8199(130:1750)
    >>Capacity building concept, funding, 8200(130:1755)
    >>Communications contracts, awarding to International Co-operation Minna campaign workers, possible conflict of interest, 7855(124:1645), 7857(124:1655), 8199(130:1750)
    >>>o.q., 6478(100:1425-30), 6527(101:1455)
    >>>S.O. 31, 6759(106:1400)
    >>Contracts and contribution agreements see Public Accounts Standing Committee--Reports, Sixth
    >>Environmental assessment process, Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, application to, 4300-1(66:1800-10), 4303(66:1820)
    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Department
    >>Expenditures in Canada, 12275(200L1555)
    >>Mandate, 7856(124:1645)
    >>>Children, education, including, 6682-3(104:1650-5)
    >>>Poverty eradication, including, 6653(104:1325), 6681(104:1635)
    >>>Trade interests, including, 6680(104:1625-30)
    >>Mismanagement, incompetence and waste, 7856-7(124:1650-5)
    >>>Auditor General reports, findings, 278(7:1200), 9600(155:1640)
    >>>Corrective measures, 6649-50(104:1255-1300)
    >>>>o.q., 4267(66:1415-20)
    >>>Public audit, necessity, 12276(200:1600)
    >>>S.O. 31, 7831(124:1405)
    >>Political interference, 8200(130:1755)
    >>Regional offices, Atlantic provinces, raising profile, o.q., 4531-2(70:1150)
    >>Secrecy, 5789(89:1700)
    >>Success, 8200(130:1800)
    >>>Lack, poverty reduction factor, etc., 7856(124:1650), 8199(130:1750), 8200-1(130:1800)
    >>Transelec, Claude Gauthier company
    >>>Contract qualification, not meeting, government ignoring, o.q., 773-4(14:1430-5)
    >>>Cost overrun, $1.3 million, government paying, o.q., 11557-9(188:1435-50), 11594-5(189:1430-5)
    >>Value for money criteria, establishing, 9199(130:1750)
    >>Water and sewage treatment projects, 3703(57:1015)
    >>White paper, need for, 8199-2000(130:1750-5)
    >>See also Auberge Grand-Mère--Funding controversy, Grand Mère golf course; Belize--Chalillo dam project; China--Bt cotton crop; Developing countries--Knowledge about; Disease prevention--Developing countries; Estimates--2001-2002, main; Export Development Corporation (EDC)--Developing countries; Guatemala--SOCODEVI project ; Palestinian Authority--Palestinian coast guard

Canadian International Trade Tribunal

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Finance Department
    >>See also Library of Parliament--Electronic news monitoring

Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act see People's Republic of China Accession to Agreement Establishing World Trade Organization Act (Bill C-50)

Canadian Judicial Council

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Justice Department

Canadian Labour Congress (CLC)

    >>Convention, Vancouver, BC, June 2002, S.O. 31, 12524(203:1400)
    >>Riche, Nancy, Secretary Treasurer, retirement, tribute, S.O. 31, 12601(204:12601)
    >>See also Disabled and handicapped persons--Employment equity; Investment--Ethical investment, Pension funds; Summit of the Americas (April 2001, Quebec City, Quebec)--Protests

Canadian Land Mine Fund

    >>1999-2000 annual report Measured Steps, tabled, 2081(34:1005)
    >>2000-2001 annual report, tabled, 8176-7(130:1505)

Canadian Lumber Trade Alliance see Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute--Expiry of agreement

Canadian map

    >>House of Commons committee room, displaying in, 3129(47:2305), 3131(47:2310-5)

Canadian Medical Association see Cellular telephones--Automobiles; Health care funding--Federal government cutbacks; Health care system--Canadian Medical Association document--Specialty care services; Impaired driving--Ignition interlock system; Marijuana--Medical use

Canadian Medical Hall of Fame

    >>Laureates, tribute, S.O. 31, 9292-3(150:1410)
    >>Scriver, Dr. Charles, induction, congratulations, S.O. 31, 9823(159:1405)

Canadian MedicAlert Foundation see MedicAlert Month

Canadian Men's University Volleyball Championships see Volleyball

Canadian Midget Hockey Championships see Hockey--Tisdale Trojans

Canadian Mining Hall of Fame see Harrison, James Merritt

Canadian Mint see Royal Canadian Mint

Canadian Museum of Civilization

    >>Arab art exhibition
    >>>Cancellation, United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, relationship
    >>>>o.q., 5592(86:1430)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 5549(85:1410)
    >>>S.O. 31, 6366(98:1105)
    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Canadian Heritage Department
    >>See also International Mother Language Day

Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography

Canadian Museum of Nature

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

Canadian Museum Treasure Hunt see Museums

Canadian Music Week

    >>Canadian artists, radio starmaker fund, marketing and promotional support, S.O. 31, 2611(41:1400), 9291(150:1400)

Canadian National Improv Games

    >>Westwood Community High School, Fort McMurray, AB, winners, S.O. 31, 3558(54:1355-400)

Canadian National Railway Company (CNR)

    >>Americanization, S.O. 31, 9409(152:1110)
    >>Privatization, 5820(89:2055)
    >>>United States ownership
    >>>>Job losses to United States, o.q., 7963(126:1445)
    >>>>Young, Doug, role, etc., 3202-3(49:1325-30)
    >>See also Rail transportation/railways--Foreign ownership; Railway safety/avidents--Firdale, MB

Canadian National Sportsmen's Shows see Government contracts--Sponsorship program, Liberal Party connections

Canadian Nature Federation see Species at risk (endangered species)--Species at risk working group members

Canadian Neutron Facility

Canadian-North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Parliamentary Association

    >>Meeting, Ottawa, ON, S.O. 31, 6193-4(95:1410)
    >>Parrish, Carolyn, election as Chair, tribute, S.O. 31, 2114(34:1400)
    >>See also Interparliamentary delegations--Reports

Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

    >>Employment conditions, changes, 7720(122:1235)
    >>>See also Nuclear Safety and Control Act--Amending
    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Natural Resources Department
    >>Role, 12077(198:1045)
    >>See also Nuclear energy--Reactors; Nuclear Safety and Control Act (amdt.)(Bill C-57); Nuclear waste--Contaminated land;

Canadian Olympic Association see Letheren, Carol Anne

Canadian olympic/paralympic team

    >>2002 Winter Games (Salt Lake City, Utah), accomplishments, honouring
    >>>o.q., 10360(167:1155)
    >>>Presence in Chamber, Committee of the Whole House recognizing, 10394(168:1500-5)
    >>>S.O. 31, 10384-5(168:1405-10), 10452(169:1410)

Canadian opportunities strategy see Education, post-secondary

Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CPR)

    >>Pension fund, interest owed to employees, S.O. 31, 1037(19:1405-10)
    >>West Coast Express Limited, commuter rail service contract, profits, etc., o.q., 12844(208:1450)
    >>See also Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway--Closure; Rail transportation/railways--Foreign ownership; VIA Rail Canada Inc.--Winnipeg MB-Toronto, ON service

Canadian Parents for French see Official languages policy (Bilingualism)--French immersion programs

Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) see Species at risk (endangered species)

Canadian Parliamentary Delegations see Parliamentary delegations

Canadian Parliamentary Seminar see Commonwealth Parliamentary Association

Canadian passports

    >>Forgery possibility, 5470(84:1250), 5496(84:1550)
    >>See Refugees--Mohamed; Terrorism/terrorists--Passports

Canadian Payments Association see Banks and financial institutions--Payments system

Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal

    >>Canadian Armed Forces, Royal Canadian Mounted Police and local police personnel serving in United Nations peacekeeping operations, tribute
    >>>Darrach, Blair and Thomas Albrecht, Prince Edward Island recipients, S.O. 31, 6367(98:1105)
    >>>Kennedy, Chief Warrant Officer B. D., recipient, S.O. 31, 7672(121:1355)
    >>>S.O. 31, 5079(78:1410)

Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal and Memorial Act (Bill C-356)--Harb

    >>First reading, 4535(70:1205)
    >>See also Peacekeeping--Book of Remembrance

Canadian Pharmacists Association see Centennial scholarship

Canadian Polar Commission

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Indian Affairs and Northern Development Department

Canadian Police Association

    >>Annual lobbying effort, Liberal Members speaking from Prime Minister Office provided briefing notes, 2068-9(33:2415), 2074-6(33:2455-505)
    >>Eighth annual legislative conference, Ottawa, ON, S.O. 31, 9538-9(154:1405-15)
    >>See also Air transportation security; Borders, international--Security; National sex offender registry; Organized crime--Combatting; Terrorism/terrorists

Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC)

    >>Border crossings, linkage, not existing at 45% of border points, national security threat, o.q., 8998-9(144:1450-5)
    >>Citizenship and Immigration Department employees, use, 8688(139:1110)
    >>Improvements, upgrading, etc., $115 million funding, 1560(27:1040), 1562(27:1050), 1571(27:1155), 1574(27:1220), 1581(27:1305), 1610(27:1600)
    >>>o.q., 4173(64:1435), 5251(80:1435), 8483(135:1440)
    >>Information updates, police procedures, 1586-7(27:1340-5)
    >>National screening system, background checks
    >>>Volunteers by voluntary organizations, 1578(27:1245), 1614(27:1625), 1620(27:1705), 8684(139:1040-5)
    >>>See also Child care--Workers
    >>Pardons received, red flagging, 1559(27:1035)
    >>Purpose, 8686(139:1055), 8700(139:1245), 8728(139:1605)
    >>Unavailable 11% of previous year, Auditor General April 2000 report, danger to public safety, 1563(27:1100)
    >>See also National sex offender registry

Canadian Police Week

    >>May 13-19, S.O. 31, 4214(65:1055)
    >>See also National Police Week

Canadian Polish Congress

    >>50th anniversary, Kitchener, ON, Polish community parade celebrating, S.O. 31, 4263(66:1400)

Canadian Pulp and Paper Association

    >>Annual meeting, Montreal, QC, February 2001, o.q., 163(5:1155)
    >>See also Species at risk (endangered species)--Species at risk working group members

Canadian Radio Music Awards

    >>Award winners, congratulating, S.O. 31, 9460(153:1410)

Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)

    >>Costs, covering under Broadcasting Act, 6382-90(98:1245-340), 7572-4(119:1555-605), 7635-42(120:1750-850), 8572-7(136:1730-805)
    >>>See also Broadcasting Act (amdt.)(Bill S-7)
    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Canadian Heritage Department
    >>Mandate, review, Broadcasting Act review, including within, S.O. 31, 6657(104:1355)
    >>See also Broadcasting--Craig Broadcasting Systems Inc.--News coverage--Pride Vision; CanWest Global Communications--Asper; Television--Community television

Canadian Ranger Program

    >>Aboriginal peoples participation, tribute, S.O. 31, 4166(64:1355-400)
    >>See also Canadian Armed Forces

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

Canadian Red Cross see Volunteers

Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association see Employment insurance--Premiums, Basic exemption

Canadian rural partnership program

Canadian Safe Drinking Water Act (Bill C-462)--Herron

    >>First reading, 11263(184:1005)
    >>See also Drinking water--National standards, Safe Water Act

Canadian School Boards Association see Youth justice system--Dangerous offenders

Canadian Science Centre for Animal and Human Health

    >>Infectious disease threat, response role, S.O. 31, 815(15:1055)
    >>>See also National Microbiology Laboratory

Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS)

    >>2000 annual public report, tabled, 4945(77:1005)
    >>2001 annual public report, tabled, 12611(204:1500)
    >>Accountability mechanisms, 3332-3(51:1630)
    >>Analysts, hiring additional, requirements, o.q., 6523(101:1435), 6621(103:1135)
    >>Cutbacks, funding, manpower, 5308(81:1630), 5499(84:1620), 5500(84:1625), 6271(96:1610), 7511(118:1600), 7626-7(120:1615-25), 8770(140:1555), 11101(181:1120)
    >>>o.q., 6256(96:1430)
    >>>While terrorism increasing, 8151(129:1745), 8152(129:1755)
    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Solicitor General Department--2001-2002, Supplementary (A), Solicitor General Department
    >>Funding, 6810(107:1105)
    >>>Budget 2001 measure, 8145(129:1655), 8155(129:1820), 8467(134:1740)
    >>>>1994 level, 8131(129:1515-20)
    >>>>Inadequate, 8084(128:1705-10), 8097-8(129:1125), 8151(129:1745-50), 8152(129:1755), 8151(129:1750)
    >>>>Largest increase in history, 8077(128:1610), 8159(129:1845)
    >>>o.q., 7706-7(122:1120)
    >>>Progressive Conservative Party/Democratic Representative Caucus Coalition position, 8229(131:1245)
    >>Mandate, clarifying to include investigating threats to Canada, arising out of religious or ideological objectives, 6166(95:1025), 7626-7(120:1620-5)
    >>Mouammar, Youssef, informant, spokesman for terrorist organization, arrest and release, o.q., 6027-9(93:1150-5)
    >>Ongoing operations, Solicitor General MacAulay releasing information, endangering anti-terrorist campaign, o.q., 6762-3(106:1415-20)
    >>>See also Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting
    >>Operating funds, 10% decrease over last four years, o.q., 5251(80:1435)
    >>Operations outside country
    >>>Foreign information gathering, etc., o.q., 5347-8(82:1445), 5485-6(84:1440), 5980(92:1445), 6027(93:1145), 6256(96:1430-5), 6374(98:1145),
    >>>Screening refugee claimants, impact, o.q., 6620(103:1125)
    >>See also Child sexual abuse/assault/exploitation--Internet luring; Federation of Associations of Canadian Tamils--Tamil Tiger terrorist front; National security; Terrorism/terrorists--Al Qaeda--Canadian activities--Combatting--Terrorist groups

Canadian Seed Institute see Grain industry--Marketing

Canadian Senior Weightlifting Championships see Weightlifting

Canadian shield see Nuclear waste--Disposal, Options, Deep geological disposal

Canadian Ski Championships see Skiing

Canadian sovereignty

    >>Canadian Air Force personnel and Aurora patrol aircraft flights, reduction, impact, 1201-2(21:1840-5)
    >>>o.q., 878-9(16:1445-50), 955-6(17:1435-40), 1007(18:1455), 1103(20:1130)
    >>>S.O. 31, 4981(77:1400)
    >>Decline, 8106-7(129:1230)
    >>Federal government responsibility, 5312(81:1700), 5314(81:1715)
    >>Preserving, New Democratic Party 12-Point Plan to Save Canada, budgetary policy reflecting, M. on supply (McDonough), 9334-57(151:1015-355), 9371-88(151:1505-715), negatived, on recorded division, 9568(154:1805-10)
    >>United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, relationship, threat from United states/terrorists, 8771(140:1600-5)
    >>See also Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute--Expiry of agreement; Currency--Single currency; Economic sovereignty; Free Trade Area of the Americas; Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)--Reducing); International Criminal Court; International Labour Organization (ILO); Trade agreements

Canadian Space Agency

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Industry Department

Canadian Sports Awards

Canadian Stage Company see Arts and culture--Ontario Lieutenant-Governor's Awards for the Arts

Canadian Taxpayers Federation see Members of Parliament--Salaries; Technology Partnerships Canada

Canadian Tourism Commission

    >>Annual report for 1999-2000, tabled, 3262(50:1205)
    >>>Transition report for period ended December 31, 2000, tabled, 6380(98:1220)
    >>Appointments, provinces role, 2187(35:1310)
    >>Establishment, operational, o.q., 2781(43:1445)
    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Industry Department

Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board

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

Canadian Transportation Agency

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Transport Department

Canadian Transportation Commission see Rail transportation/railways

Canadian Transportation Fuel Cell Alliance see Automobiles/motor vehicles--Air pollution emissions/smog

Canadian Trucking Alliance see Trucking industry--Extraprovincial motor carriers

Canadian Tulip Festival

    >>Ottawa, ON, history, S.O. 31, 3870(59:1400)

Canadian Turkey Marketing Agency see Egg and poultry industry

Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) see Canada Post Corporation--Courier services; North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)--Investor-state dispute settlement provisions

Canadian Urban Transit Association see Public transit--Sustainable development role

Canadian values

    >>Chrétien, Prime Minister, remarks re countries of Americas adopting, etc., S.O. 31, 3792(58:1410)
    >>Maclean's magazine poll, social issues, programs, government role, Christian principles, moral laws, 87-8(21:1225-35), 89(4:1240)
    >>See also Export Development Corporation (EDC); Health care system; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Islamic/Arab/Muslim communities, Budget 2001 measures

Canadian Veterinary Medical Association see Cruelty to animals--Legislation (Bill C-15), Groups concerned; Foot and mouth disease--Preventing, Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA)

Canadian War Museum

    >>Independent status, separate board of directors, need, S.O. 31, 4898-9(76:1405)
    >>Location, switching from former Rockcliffe air station to Le Breton Flats
    >>>Announcement, war museum advisory committee, veterans associations, consultation process, questioning
    >>>>o.q., 4096-7(63:1435-40)
    >>>>qu., 4851-2(75:1220)
    >>>Completion, Canadian Heritage Minister Copps, priority, o.q., 7266(114:1500)
    >>>Construction delays, reduction in size of facility and increased costs, S.O. 31, 1512(26:1400), 2531(39:1405)
    >>>Gallant, Canadian Alliance critic, Canadian Heritage minister Copps misquoting, 4101(63:1500)
    >>>Insult to veterans, S.O. 31, 3387-8(52:1400-5)

Canadian Wheat Board

    >>Access to Information Act, including, 351(8:1515), 2935-44(46:1105-1200), 3301-2(51:1320) 10038(162:1215)
    >>>See also Access to Information Act (amdt.--Crown corporations and the Canadian Wheat Board)(Bill C-249)
    >>Auditor General scrutiny
    >>>Accountability, exemption, 2650(41:1810)
    >>>Audit, full, regular, requesting, S.O. 31, 9293(150:1415)
    >>>Report
    >>>>o.q., 9368(151:1450)
    >>>>Releasing publicly, S.O. 31, 8475(135:1400)
    >>>>Tabled, 9303(150:1505)
    >>Board of directors, elected, 1928(32:1615), 3078(47:1705-10), 5688(87:1740), 7452(117:1500), 5694(87:1830), 8299(133:1120)
    >>>Election irregularities, allegations, 12312(200:2040)
    >>>Election rules, discussion at meeting, January 1998, prior to legislation passage, 6669(104:1500)
    >>>o.q., 3568(54:1445), 9369(151:1455)
    >>>Powers, mandate, o.q., 3613(55:1135)
    >>Debt, government guaranteeing, paying, 6723(105:1345)
    >>Free market, Agriculture and Agri-Food Standing Committee recommendation,
    >>>o.q., 12534(203:1450-5), 12843-4(208:1445-50), 12997-8(211:1115-20)
    >>>S.O. 31, 12767 (207:1400)
    >>Liberal Party fundraiser, officials attending, o.q., 12105(198:1430), 12188(199:1445)
    >>Name, change to Western Canadian Wheat Board, 10940(178:1505)
    >>Trade challenges, legal costs, qu., 12071(198:1010)
    >>Voluntary, becoming, 3078(47:1710)
    >>See also Durum wheat industry--Regulated; Farm income crisis--Marketing choices; Free Trade Area of the Americas--State trading enterprises; Grain industry; Grain transportation; Organic crops/industry--Wheat; Supply management and marketing boards; Value-added processing; Wheat--Export to United States

Canadian Wheat Board Act (amdt.)(Bill C-451)--Bailey

    >>First reading, 10940(178:1505)
    >>See also Canadian Wheat Board--Name

Canadian Wheat Board Act and the Access to Information Act (amdt.)(Bill C-438)--Hilstrom

    >>First reading, 10038-9(162:1215)
    >>See also Canadian Wheat Board--Access to Information Act

Canadian Wind Energy Association see Wind energy

Canadian Women in Communications

    >>10th anniversary awards dinner, award recipients, congratulating, S.O. 31, 948-9(17:1400)

Canadian Women's Army Corp

    >>Role, recognition, Stepping Out monument, Kitchener, ON armoury, S.O. 31, 3790(58:1405)

Canadian Young Farmers Forum see Farm Credit Corporation

Canals see Lachine Canal

Cancer

    >>April, Cancer Awareness Month, Canadian Cancer Society fundraising campaign, S.O. 31, 2425(38:1400), 2701(42:1410), 2852(44:1405), 3308(51:1405), 10349-50(167:1100)
    >>Children, treatment, Fondation Leucan fundraising, S.O. 31, 12836(208:1410)
    >>Daffodil Day, Canadian Cancer Society fundraising campaign, S.O. 31, 9946(161:1405)
    >>Daffodil Month, Canadian Cancer Society fundraising campaign, S.O. 31, 10081(163:1400), 10878(177:1110)
    >>Look Good Feel Better support system, Hamilton, ON., tribute, S.O. 31, 11043(180:1410)
    >>Nova Scotia, higher rate, 12286(200:1720)
    >>Treatment/therapy, Lorna-Lynn Martin Chemotherapy Clinic, St. Jospeh's Health Centre, 3rd annual Lori's Room Fund walkathon, S.O. 31, 11489(187:1100)
    >>See also Beluga whales; Breast cancer; Food safety/inspection system--Carbadox--Hormones; National Cancer Survivors Day; Ovarian cancer; Protstate cancer; Terry Fox Run

Candlelight vigil see India--Earthquake

CANDU reactors

    >>Excellence, 8073(128:1540)
    >>Export sales, developing countries, risks, India, Pakistan, etc., 813(15:1040), 12117(198:1545), 12127(198:1705)
    >>Government role as sales agent and regulator, conflict, 12075(198:1025)
    >>Greenhouse gas emissions, reduction factor, 8260(131:1630)
    >>International use, Canada selling, irresponsible, 8268(131:1740)
    >>See also Export Development Corporation (EDC)--China; MOX fuels

Canfor Corporation see Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute--Expiry

CanJet Airlines see Air Canada--Fares

CanMet see Mining industry--Research and development

Canmore, AB see G-8 Summit (Kananaskis, AB, June 2002)--Expenditures

Cannepotatoe, Raymond see Fair, Dana

Cannes Film Festival

    >>Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner, Inuit language feature film, screening selection
    >>>Kunuk, Zacharias, director, Camera d'Or winner, S.O. 31, 4345(67:1400)
    >>>S.O. 31, 3923(60:1055-100)
    >>Quebec, participation, La répétition entry, Pascale Bussiéres, actress, S.O. 31, 3981(61:1400)
    >>Rosensweet, Jesse, filmmaker, The Stone of Folly, jury prize winner, S.O. 31, 11754(192:1400)

Cannis, John (Lib.--Scarborough Centre; Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of Industry until September 12, 2001)

    >>Agriculture, 4696(72:1855)
    >>Armenian genocide, M. (Dalphond-Guiral), 6512(100:1840)
    >>Astronomy, o.q., 4845(75:1150)
    >>Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA), o.q., 1165(21:1445-50)
    >>Auberge Grand-Mère , 409-10(9:1305-10), 5092(78:1515)
    >>>M. on supply (Day), 2678-9(42:1150), 2684(42:1225)
    >>>o.q., 3314(51:1430), 5083(78:1430)
    >>Bankruptcy, 3959-60(61:1120-5)
    >>Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (amdt.--unpaid wages to rank first in priority in distribution)(Bill C-203), 3959-60(61:1120-5)
    >>Bakopanos, references, 485(10:1225)
    >>Bill of Rights (1961), 10364(168:1110)
    >>Biological and chemical weapons/terrorism, o.q., 7213(113:1140)
    >>Birkdale Seniors Community Centre, S.O. 31, 8167(130:1410)
    >>Budget 2001, M. for approval (Martin, Paul), 8311(133:1250), 8313(133:1305), 8315-7(133:1325-35)
    >>Buhler Industries Inc., o.q., 3743(57:1435-40) National Capital Alcatel Marathon,
    >>Burns Lake Indian Band, 2551(40:1055)
    >>Business Development Bank of Canada, 4276(66:1500)
    >>>o.q., 1163(21:1435), 1517(26:1420), 3988(61:1435), 4095(63:1425-30), 4273(66:1445)
    >>Canada Business Corporations Act and Canada Cooperatives Act (amdt.)(Bill S-11), 3853-4(59:1205-10), 4881-2(76:1205-10)
    >>Canada millennium scholarships, 8317(133:1330)
    >>Canadian Alliance, 486(10:1235)
    >>Canadian Armed Forces, 8313(133:1305), 8316(133:1325)
    >>Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, 10364(168:1105)
    >>Canadian flag, 8679(139:1005), 9874-5(159:1855-900), 10363-4(168:1100-10), 10367-8(168:1140)
    >>Canadian Institute for Health Information, 8316(133:1325)
    >>Canadian Institutes of Health Research, 8316(133:1325)
    >>Canadian Tourism Commission, 3262(50:1205)
    >>Cannis, references, 485(10:1225), 1575(27:1220)
    >>Caring Canadians Award, S.O. 31, 1237(22:1400)
    >>Cedarbrae Collegiate Institute, S.O. 31, 7955(126:1400)
    >>Census, o.q., 3742(57:1435)
    >>Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month, S.O. 31, 6584(102:1400)
    >>Child pornography, 10363(168:1100)
    >>Colwood, BC., qu., 4912-3(76:1510)
    >>Competition, 3528(54:1020)
    >>Competition Act, 3527-8(54:1015-20)
    >>Competition Act and Competition Tribunal Act (amdt.)(Bill C-23), 3527-8(54:1015-20)
    >>Competition Tribunal, 3527-8(54:1015-20)
    >>Contests, 3527(54:1015)
    >>Corporations, 3528(54:1020), 3853-4(59:1205-10), 4881-2(76:1205-10)
    >>Criminal Code (amdt.--desecration of the Canadian Flag)(Bill C-330), 9874-5(159:1855-900)
    >>Criminal Code (amdt.--destruction of national flag)(Bill C-429), 8679(139:1005), 10363-4(168:1100-10), 10367-8(168:1140)
    >>Drugs and pharmaceuticals, 4633-4(72:1130-5)
    >>Economic growth, 8316(133:1330)
    >>Economy/economic conditions, 8315-6(133:1325)
    >>Education, S.O. 31, 6759(106:1400)
    >>Election promises, 485-6(10:1230-5)
    >>Employment insurance, 8313(133:1305), 8316(133:1330)
    >>Employment Insurance Act and the Employment Insurance (Fishing) Regulations (amdt.)(Bill C-2), 626-7(12:1700-10)
    >>Ethics Counsellor, M. on supply (Day), 409-10(9:1305-10)
    >>Financial Consumer Agency of Canada Act (Bill C-8), 2551(40:1055)
    >>Gasoline prices, o.q., 3261(50:1155)
    >>Government on-line services (Internet)
    >>>o.q., 3255-6(50:1130)
    >>>qu., 4715(73:1525)
    >>Greece, S.O. 31, 8543(136:1355), 10025(162:1100)
    >>Health care funding, 8311(133:1250), 8316(133:1325-30), 8317(133:1335)
    >>Health care system, 8317(133:1330)
    >>Health research, 8317(133:1330-5)
    >>House of Commons visitors, S.O. 31, 1635(28:1410)
    >>Incorporation of the Conference of Mennonites in Canada Act (amdt.)(Bill S-25), 4559-60(71:1120-5)
    >>Information Technology Week, S.O. 31, 3607-8(55:1110)
    >>Interprovincial trade, o.q., 4356(67:1450)
    >>Job creation, 1165(21:1445-50), 8313(133:1305)
    >>Kilger, references, 466(10:1055)
    >>Knowledge/information economy, 4633(72:1135)
    >>Labour force, 467(10:1055)
    >>Latimer, Robert, petitions, 4949(77:1030)
    >>Liberal government (Chrétien), 485-6(10:1230), 1575(27:1220)
    >>Mennonite community, 4559-60(71:1120-5)
    >>National Agriculture Industry Relief Coordination Act (Bill C-263), 4696(72:1855)
    >>National debt, 8317(133:1330)
    >>National flag, 10363(168:1100)
    >>National security, M. on supply (MacKay), 9517-8(154:1135)
    >>National sex offender registry, M. on supply (White, R.), 1575(27:1220)
    >>Orthodox Theological Institute, S.O. 31, 9359(151:1405)
    >>Parole/parolees, 1575(27:1220)
    >>Patent Act (amdt.)(Bill S-17), 4633-4(72:1130-5)
    >>Ports/harbours, M. (Doyle), 3780(57:1825-30)
    >>Prince, Jonas, o.q., 3256(50:1135)
    >>Procedure
    >>>Bills, Private Members' Public, 1025(18:1740)
    >>>Members' remarks, 486(10:1235), 2551(40:1055), 3262(50:1200), 4696(72:1855), 6509(100:1820)
    >>>Oral questions, 4276(66:1500), 5092(78:1515)
    >>References
    >>>Family, supporters, thanking, 485(10:1225)
    >>>See also Parole-parolees--Applications; Scarborough Centre constituency
    >>Remembrance Day (November 11), S.O. 31, 7207(113:1105)
    >>Research and development, o.q., 3880(59:1430)
    >>Salmon, Atlantic, 8317(133:1335)
    >>Scarborough Centre constituency, 485(10:1225)
    >>Separation/sovereignty, 486(10:1235)
    >>Sierra Wireless Inc., o.q., 1775(30:1155)
    >>St. Lawrence School, S.O. 31, 10831(176:1400)
    >>Tax reductions, 8317(133:1330)
    >>Terrorism/terrorists, M. on supply (Sorenson), 5243(80:1340)
    >>Throne Speech, Address in Reply, M. (Macklin), 466(10:1055), 485-6(10:1225-35)
    >>United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, S.O. 31, 5340(82:1400)
    >>University research, 8317(133:1330)
    >>Western provinces, 486(10:1235)

Canoes see Peterborough Canoe Company

Canola see Farm income crisis--Commodities

Canola oil see Stefansson, Baldur

CANPASS see Border--Canada-United States

Canso, NS see Crab fishery--Snow crab; Salmon, Atlantic--Red fish; Shrimp--Quotas, Northern shrimp

Canuel, René see Matapédia--Matane constituency

CanWest Global Communications

    >>Asper, David, senior executive, letter regarding Auberge Grand-Mère funding controversy
    >>>Newspapers, limiting, controlling editorials
    >>>>Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), broadcast license renewal hearing, relationship, o.q., 1517-9(26:1420-35), 12881(209:1445)
    >>>>Ottawa Citizen "Shawinigate" article, Mills, Russell, publisher, firing, Liberal government (Chrétien), role
    >>>>>o.q., 12772(207:1425-30), 12837(208:1415), 12876-7(209:1420-5)
    >>>>>S.O. 31, 12833(208:1355)
    >>See also Copps--References, Leadership campaign; Media--Freedom of speech

Canyon Sainte-Anne see Tourism industry

CAP see Canada Assistance Plan

Capacity building see Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)

CAPC see Community Action Program for Children (CAPC)

Cap-de-le-Madeleine, QC

    >>350th anniversary, significance, celebrating, 373(8:1740), 1702(29:1245)

Cape Breton, NS

    >>Cape Breton recovery team, role, job creation, etc., S.O. 31, 7156(112:1400)
    >>Economic development, federal government role, S.O. 31, 12258(200:1410)
    >>Liberal government (Chrétien) treatment of Cape Bretoners/New Democratic Party defending them
    >>>o.q., 4178(64:1500)
    >>>S.O. 31, 4168(64:1410)
    >>Workers, assistance, $112 million fund, 8195(130:1715)
    >>See also Hockey--Vince Ryan Old Timers Hockey Tournament; Marine Atlantic Inc.--Newfoundland; Oil and gas industry

Cape Breton Development Corporation (DEVCO)

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Natural Resources Department
    >>See also Prince Mine

Cape Breton recovery team see Cape Breton, NS

Cape Mudge light station see Lighthouses/lightstations

Capital cost allowance see Corporate income tax

Capital gains tax

Capital markets see International capital markets/financial transactions

Capital One Corporation see Credit cards--Banks and financial institutions

Capital punishment

    >>Abolition, S.O. 31, 870(16:1405)
    >>Reinstating
    >>>For adults convicted of first degree premeditated murder, 262(7:1020)
    >>>>Amending Criminal Code, petitions, 483(10:1220)
    >>>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.) and Young Offenders Act (amdt.--capital punishment)(Bill C-239)
    >>>Petitions, 8489(135:1525)

Capital tax

Caplan, Hon. Elinor (Lib.--Thornhill; Minister of Citizenship and Immigration; Minister of National Revenue as of January 15, 2002)

Captioners see Deaf and hearing impaired persons--Funding assistance

Caraquet Hospital, Acadian Peninsula see Veterans--Health care

Carbadox see Food safety/inspection system

Carbon sequestration see Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)--Reducing

Carbon sinks see Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)--Reducing

Carbon tax see Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)--Reducing, Taxation policies

Carbonneau, Claudette see Confederation des syndicats nationaux (CSN)

Career programs see Textile industry--Government grants

CARCI see Canadian agricultural rural communities initiative (CARCI)

CARD see Canadian Adaptation and Rural Development Fund

Cardiff, Janet see Arts and culture--Funding, Canada Council for the Arts; Venice Biennale International Art Exhibition--Paradise Institute, The

Cardin, Serge (BQ--Sherbrooke)

Cardinal, Marie

    >>Quebec writer, philosophical and feminist works, international recognition, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 3872-3(59:1410-5)

Cardiovascular disease see Heart Disease Awareness Month

Cardiovascular Disease Awareness Month

Caregiver tax credit see Disabled and handicapped persons--Income tax provisions

Caregivers

    >>Employment insurance, access to when leaving employment for care of family members, 229(6:1510-5), 256-7(6:1825)
    >>Income tax deduction for expenses for care of family members, providing 2441(38:1525)
    >>>See also Income Tax Act (amdt.--expenses incurred by caregivers)(Bill C-320)
    >>Support, increasing, 330(7:1740)
    >>Women, "sandwich generation", burden, 10750(174:1835)
    >>See also Disabled and handicapped persons--Income tax provisions, Disability tax credit

Carey, Capt. Patrick Joseph

    >>Firefighter, died in line of duty, hero, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 3657(56:1405-10)

Cargill Limited

Caribbean see Trade--Latin America and Caribbean

Caribou

    >>Porcupine caribou herd
    >>>Alaskan calving grounds, United States Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR), oil and natural gas drilling proposals, Canadian position, etc., 10917(178:1235)
    >>>>o.q., 5719(88:1150), 10501(170:1455)
    >>>Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation, dependence on, battle against oil industry, etc., S.O. 31, 7088(111:1405)
    >>See also Snowmobiling--Cross-Canada winter trail

Caring Canadians Award

    >>Panuccio, Saro, volunteer service, S.O. 31, 997(18:1405)
    >>Recipients, tribute, S.O. 31 8281(132:1100)
    >>Zaman, Bibi, Canadian Centre for Women's Education and Development, founder, volunteer, S.O. 31, 1237(22:1400)

Carignan, Jean Guy (Lib.--Québec East; Ind.--Québec East as of December 14, 2001)

    >>Aboriginal self-government, o.q., 6842-3(107:1455)
    >>Canada-Russia relations, S.O. 31, 12834(208:1400)
    >>Canadian Forces Parliamentary Program, S.O. 31, 5478-9(84:1400)
    >>Canadian Ranger Program, S.O. 31, 4166(64:1355-400)
    >>Cardinal, Marie, S.O. 31, 3872(59:1410)
    >>Centennial scholarship, S.O. 31, 11945-6(195:1410)
    >>Criminal Code (amdt.--cruelty to animals and firearms) and Firearms Act (amdt.)(Bill C-15B), 10749(174:1830)
    >>Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15A), 10745-6(174:1810-5)
    >>Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec, S.O. 31, 816(15:1100)
    >>Estimates, M. (Robillard), 12323(200:1140)
    >>Gélinas, Marc, S.O. 31, 5905(91:1410)
    >>Historic/heritage buildings, sites and monuments, S.O. 31, 4264(66:1405)
    >>National Block Parent Week, S.O. 31, 6414(99:1400)
    >>Organized crime, o.q., 34(3:1455)
    >>Pest Control Products Act (Bill C-53), 12488(202:2130), 12489-90(202:1435)
    >>Postage stamps, S.O. 31, 3923(60:1100)
    >>Procedure, divisions, recorded, 10545(171:1140), 10745-6(174:1810-5), 10749(174:1830), 12323(200:2240), 12445(202:1945), 12450(202:1955), 12453(202:2000), 12460(202:2035), 12467(202:2040), 12469(202:2050), 12472(202:2050), 12475(202:2055), 12477(202:2055), 12479(202:2055), 12481(202:2105), 12484(202:2120), 12486(202:2120), 12488-90(202:2130-5)
    >>Québec East constituency, 4066(62:1400)
    >>>S.O. 31, 216(6:1405)
    >>Reference see Canadian Forces Parliamentary Program
    >>Summit of the Americas Peoples Summit (April 2001, Quebec City, QC), S.O. 31, 2301(37:1405), 2961(46:1405)
    >>Supreme Court of Canada, S.O. 31, 1515(26:1410)
    >>TD Canada Trust Scholarship for Outstanding Community Leadership, S.O. 31, 11945-6(195:1410)
    >>Tsawenhohi, Ignace-Nicolas Vincent, S.O. 31, 6018(93:1100)
    >>Volleyball, S.O. 31, 1400-1(24:1410)

Carignan, Mathieu see Canadian Millennium Scholarship Foundation--Excellence awards 2001-2

CARIS

    >>Geographic information systems software company, Fredericton, NB, success, S.O. 31, 12182-3(199:1410)

Carle, Jean see Business Development Bank of Canada

Carleton county, NB see Economic growth

Carmichael, Capt Maryse see Canadian Armed Forces--Snowbirds

Carnaval-Souvenir de Chicoutimi

    >>Chiticoutimi, QC, Governor General Clarkson, visiting, S.O. 31, 9140(147:1115)

Carney, Hon. Senator Pat (PC--British Columbia)

    >>References see Senate--Appointment, British Columbia

Carnivals see Carnaval-Souvenir de Chicoutimi; Quebec City Carnival

Carol Anne Letheren International Sport Leadership Award

    >>Women, sports and physical activity, contribution to, Marion Lay, first recipient, S.O. 31, 10715(174:1410)

Carpenter Hospice see Palliative care--Facilities

Carpentier, Patrick

    >>Race car driver, Société nationale des Québécois et des Québécoises de Lanaudiére, Marcel Bonin medal, sportsman of the year, S.O. 31, 7894(125:1410)

Carriage by Air Act (amdt.)(Bill S-33)--Minister of Transport (Collenette)

    >>Message from Senate, 7043(110:1810)
    >>First reading, 7100(111:1515)
    >>Second reading, 7346-55(115:1535-645), agreed to, on division, 7355(115:1645)
    >>Transport and Government Operations Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, 7355(115:1645)
    >>>Reported, without amdt., 7769(123:1505)
    >>Report stage, concurrence, agreed to, 7908-9(125:1530)
    >>Third reading agreed to, 7909(125:1530), passed.
    >>Royal Assent, 8295(132A: 1705). Chap. 31, S.C. 2001

Carrie's Guardian Angel Law see Sex offenders/pedophiles--Violent sexual predators

Carrol, Aileen (Lib.--Barrie--Simcoe--Bradford; Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of Foreign Affairs as of September 13, 2001)

Carrot River valley, MB see Water/freshwater--Pipelines

Carstairs, Hon. Senator Sharon (Lib.--Manitoba; Leader of the Government in the Senate)

    >>References see Afghanistan--Taliban troops, Canadian Armed Forces

Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety to the Convention on Biological Diversity

    >>Canada signing
    >>>Federal-provincial-territorial-industry consultations, o.q., 223-4(6:1440)
    >>>Signed, April 19, 2001
    >>>>o.q., 3055(47:1440), 4704(73:1430)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 3310(51:1410)

Cartels see Sugar industry--Industry cartel/governments subsidies

Carter, Jimmy

    >>Former United States President see United States
    >>Carter Commission see Taxation

Caruana family see Penitentiary inmates

Cary, Mark see Antarctica--Rescue mission

Cascade Data Services

    >>Technology Partnerships Canada funding, MacDonald Dettwiler and Associates subsidiary, Liberal Party donations, etc., 12303(200:1930)
    >>>o.q., 9145(147:1135), 12039(197:1455), 12108-9(198:1450), 12190(199:1455)

Casey, Bill (PC--Cumberland--Colchester; PC/DR Coalition--Cumberland--Colchester as of September 13, 2001; PC--Cumberland--Colchester as of April 10, 2002)