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Clark, MCpl Stanley see Canadian Armed Forces--Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, Afghanistan mission

Clark's Harbour, NS see United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Canadian response, Project L.O.V.E.S.

Clarkson, Right Hon. Adrienne (Governor General)

    >>>Achievements, praise, 320(7:1625)
    >>>Travel across Canada, 9(2:1530)
    >>>See also House of Commons--Rights and privileges; Members of Parliament--New members; Multiculturalism--Massey; Ordre de la Pléiade--Francophonie order; Throne Speech
    >>Spouse, John Ralston Saul see United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Western countries partially to blame
    >>State visit to Chile and Argentina, accompanying delegation, membership, etc., S.O. 31, 4266(66:1410-5)

Clavet, SK see Sex offenders/pedophiles

Clawback see Equalization payments; Workers compensation--Saskatchewan government tax free payments to widows

CLC see Canadian Labour Congress (CLC)

Clean Air Day

    >>Peterborough, ON activities, S.O. 31, 12099(198:1400)
    >>S.O. 31, 4699(73:1400)

Clean energy see Energy

Clean Internet Act (Bill C-210)--Stoffer

    >>First reading, 227-8(6:1500-5)
    >>See also Child pornography--Internet access/distribution; Discrimination and racism--Internet material

Clear cut logging see Forest industry

"Clearing the Air: Protecting Workers' Health" see Tobacco products--Use, health issues


    >>Residence, deductions, 2290(37:1250), 3916(60:1005)
    >>>See also Income Tax Amendments Act, 2000 (Bill C-22)

Clerk of the House of Commons

    >>Appointment, non-partisan committee, Canadian Alliance proposal, 1261(22:1700), 1278(22:1905)

Climate change see Canadian Foundation for Climate Change and Atmospheric Sciences; Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Climate Change Action Fund

    >>Government funding, $150 million, 9490(153:1740)
    >>See also Environment--Yukon Territory

Climate change technology demonstration program see Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)--Reducing

Clinton, Bill

    >>Former United States president see United States

Cloning see Human cloning; Reproductive and genetic technologies

Closed captioning see Deaf and hearing impaired persons--House of Commons proceedings--Television

Closure see Legislative process--Time allocation; Procedure; Standing Orders--76(5) and 76.1(5)

Clothe the Soldier Project see Canadian Armed Forces--Uniforms and kit

Cloutier, Jean see Figure skating

CLSCs see Community service centres (CLSCs)

Club 2/3 see Poverty--Combatting

"Club Fed" see Penitentiaries--Facilities

Cluster bombs see Afghanistan--United States and United Kingdom special anti-terrorism operation

CMHC see Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC)


    >>"Larry King Live" see Terrorism/terrorists--Millennium threats

CNR see Canadian National Railway Company (CNR)

Co-generation see Campbell River co-generation electric power plant

Co-op education see University of Waterloo--Inception

Co-operative banks

    >>Credit unions/caisses populaires establishing, developing legislation, consultations, etc., 502(11:1115), 505(11:1140), 545(11:1605)

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF) see Health care system--Medicare

Co-operative housing see Housing


    >>Agricultural, Quebec, dividends, tax deferral, o.q., 12845(208:1455)
    >>Reforms, 3855(59:1210)
    >>See also Canada Business Corporations Act and Canada Cooperatives Act (amdt.)(Bill S-11); Credit unions/caisses populaires; Davie Industries Inc./MIL Davie Inc.; National Co-OP Week

Coal fired electric power plants see Electricity

Coal mining industry

    >>Environmental assessment process, delays, impact, Cheviot and Grande Cache coal mines, Alberta, o.q., 959-60(17:1455-500)
    >>See also Prince Mine; Westray Mine disaster

Coalition Against Poverty see Homeless--Parliament Hill demonstration of 1999

Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides see Pesticides--Advertising

Coalition for Canadian Astronomy see Astronomy

Coalition for Secure and Trade Efficient Borders see Border, Canada-United States-Security

Coast Guard see Canadian Coast Guard

Coast Salish Nation see Species at risk (endangered species)--Bald eagle

Coastal patrols see Borders, international--Security, Budget 2001 measures

Coastal security see National security--Canadian Coast Guard role

Coastal waters see Nunavut--Land claims agreement of 1993

Cobequid Federal Fish Hatchery see Fisheries

Coburn, Brian see Agriculture--Ontario

Cocaine see Drugs/narcotics--Precursor chemicals

Cochrane, Paul see Virginia Fontaine Addictions Foundation

Cockburn, Bruce see Trade agreements--Objectors

Cockburn, Hon. James

    >>Speaker, House of Commons, first, represented Northumberland constituency, 17(2:1540)

Cockpit doors see Air transportation security


    >>Gulf cod, moratorium
    >>>o.q., 9299(150:1445)
    >>>Russian boats, overfishing
    >>>>o.q., 9887(160:1450)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 10082(163:1405)
    >>Stock depletion, 9989(161:1925), 10006-7(161:2150-5)
    >>>o.q., 9299(150:1445)
    >>>S.O. 31, 12181(199:1405)
    >>>See also Foot and mouth disease--Fisheries crisis
    >>See also Seals--Seal hunt

Codd Island Wetland see Wetlands

Code of Canadian Citizenship Act (Bill C-417)--Mark

Code of conduct see Members of Parliament; Parliamentarians' Code of Conduct (Bill C-299); Trinity Western University

Code of Conduct Special Joint Committee

Code of ethics see Auberge Grand-Mère--Funding controversy, Business Development Bank of Canada; Cabinet Ministers; Chrétien--References; Liberal government (Chrétien); Quebec National Assembly

Code of Ethics for Ministers Act (Bill C-388)--Bergeron

    >>First reading, 4947-8(77:1020)
    >>Second reading, 10527-35(170:1855-1955)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 10535(170:1955)
    >>See also Cabinet Ministers--Code of Ethics; Ethics Commissioner

Codex Alimentarius see Dairy industry; Natural health products

Coderre, Hon. Denis (Lib.--Bourassa; Secretary of State (Amateur Sport); Minister of Citizenship and Immigration as of January 15, 2002)

Coho salmon see Salmon, Pacific--Skeena River fishery

Coin plating facility see Royal Canadian Mint

Coins see Queen Elizabeth II--Accession to throne; Royal Canadian Mint

Coke ovens see Sydney Tar Ponds and Coke Ovens

Colavecchio, Roberto see Immigration and Refugee Board--Corruption

Colitis see Crohn's and Colitis Awareness Month

Collacott, Martin see Immigration--System, Administration

Collateral arrangements see Securities industry--Securities and derivatives clearing houses

Collective agreements

    >>"Orphan clauses", new arrivals in labour market, young workers, discrimination, prohibiting, 4849(75:1205-10), 10755(174:1910)
    >>>o.q., 10838(176:1440)
    >>>S.O. 31, 4837-8(75:1110)
    >>>See also Occupational health and safety--Pregnant or nursing mothers; Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act see Canada Labour Code, Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act and Public Service Staff Relations Act (amdt.--prohibited provision in a collective agreement)(Bill C-375)

Collective bargaining see Postal workers--Rural route carriers

Collective rights see Property rights

Collectivity institute see Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)--Americas

Collége militaire de Saint-Jean see Canadian Armed Forces--Training programs

College research

Colleges see Community colleges

Collenette, Hon. David (Lib.--Don Valley East; Minister of Transport)


    >>Betancourt, Ingrid, presidential candidate, kidnapping, 12781-2(207:1515-30)
    >>>Condemning, S.O. 31, 10714(174:1405)
    >>>Release, demanding, M. (St. Hilaire), agreed to, by unanimous consent, 12555(203:1755)
    >>Civilian and military aircraft, maintenance and repair, Canadian company Vector Aerospace contract, o.q., 5086(78:1445)
    >>Human rights violations, 12780-1(207:1505-15)
    >>>Ethnic cleansing, 12782(207:1530)
    >>>Labour rights, lack, labour leaders, detained, tortured, killed, 12782(207:1525)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 4899(76:1355-400)
    >>>Pernia, Kimy, indigenous leader, kidnapping, release
    >>>>o.q., 4844(75:1145)
    >>>>Petitions, 12889(209:1540)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 4654(72:1400), 12767-8(207:1405)
    >>>S.O. 31, 1763(30:1100)
    >>>See also Foreign Affairs and International Trade Standing Committee--Reports, Eighteenth
    >>Illicit drugs, cocaine and heroin production, 9316(150:1635), 9317-8(150:1650)
    >>>Cartels, guerilla groups. fighting for control, economic, political and social upheaval, 12780-3(207:1505-30)
    >>>War against, ecological damage, 12780-3(207:1510-30)
    >>Paramilitary death squads, equipped under Plan Colombia, Canada condemning, 2389(37:2350-5)
    >>>o.q., 1242(22:1425), 1247-8(22:1450-5)
    >>See also Defence equipment--Military helicopters; Export Development Corporation (EDC); Summit of the Americas (April 2001, Quebec City, QC)--Human rights considerations

Colon cancer see Ablonczy--References

Columbia Communications see Canada Health Infoway--Media consultation contract; Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Royal Visit

Columbia River Treaty Permanent Engineering Board

    >>Annual reports for 1998, 1999 and 2000, tabled, 12809(208:1005)

Colwood, BC

    >>Rogers and Seacoast Communication transmission towers, installation, approval/consultation process, Industry Department compliance, qu., 4912-3(76:1510)

COM DEV International Ltd. see University research--Research chairs, University of Waterloo

Comartin, Joe (NDP--Windsor--St. Clair)

Come By Chance, NF refinery see Oil and gas industry

Cominco Trail Operations, Trail, BC see Canadian Forces Liaison Council Employer Support Award--Reservists

Comité de mobilisation du Cégep de Rivière-du-Loup see Free Trade Area of the Americas--Social impact

Comité de soutien à l'industrie automobile dans les Basses-Laurentides see General Motors of Canada Limited--Boisbriand, QC plant

Comité Export Laval see Prix Mercador

Commemorative plaques see Victoria Cross

Commemorative stamps see Postage stamps

Commercial surrogacy see Babies

Commercial vehicles see Highway safety/accidents; Trucking industry--Extraprovincial motor carriers

Commercial Vehicles Hours of Service see Transport Standing Committee--Reports, First

Commission de la protection du territoire agricole see Species at risk (endangered species)

Commission des droits de la personne et des droits de la jeunesse see Youth justice system--Reform

Commission of Inquiry into Non-Medical Use of Drugs (1973) see Le Dain Commission

Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada (Romanow)

Commission to Review Allowances of Parliamentarians (Lumley)

    >>Report, tabling, 4320(67:1100)
    >>See also Members of Parliament--Salaries and allowances; Members of Parliament pensions

Commissioner of Official Languages

    >>Adam, Dyane, first woman appointed to position, 964(17:1525)
    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Privy Council Office
    >>See also Air Canada--Official Languages Act; Official languages policy (Bilingualism)--Quebec; Public Service--Management; Sports--Amateur sports, Francophone athletes

Committee of Ministers on Public Security and Anti-Terrorism see Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting, Canada

Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC)

    >>Harmonization agreement with Quebec advisory committee, 907-8(16:1825), 1015(18:1625), 1017(18:1640)
    >>Legal status, receiving, 903(16:1750), 907(16:1825), 1015(18:1625)
    >>Members, "experts", 1755-6(30:1010)
    >>See also Species at risk (endangered species)--List

Committees of the Whole House

    >>Assistant Deputy Chairman, Eleni Bakopanos, M. (Chrétien), agreed to, 16-7(2:1535)
    >>Deputy Chairman, Réginald Bélair, M. (Chrétien), agreed to, 16(2:1535)
    >>Deputy Speaker and Chairman, Bob Kilger, M. (Chrétien), agreed to, 16(2:1535)
    >>Estimates, consideration under S.O. 81(4)(a), Leader of the Opposition designating
    >>>See also National Defence Department--Estimates; Public Works and Government Services Department--Estimates
    >>See also Airlines--Difficulties; House of Commons proceedings--Rules, Modernization; Natural resource industries--Committee take note; United States, September 11/2001 terrorist attacks--United States response, Committee take note debate

Committees, Parliamentary

    >>>And membership, controlled by Prime Minister's Office, 934(17:1230), 11386-7(185:1515-25)
    >>>Independence, 2040(33:2055)
    >>Budgets, input by committee members, 2038(33:2045)
    >>Cabinet Ministers controlling, 435(9:1540), 751(14:1215), 1295(22:2110)
    >>Chairs, electing by secret ballot by all Members of House, 2017(33:1820), 2031(33:2000), 2035(33:2025)
    >>>Distribution, on basis of party size, 1259(22:1645)
    >>>Electing by secret ballot, 387(9:1040), 404(9:1230), 437(9:1555), 946(17:1345), 974(17:1640), 1146-7(21:1250), 1260(22:1655), 1289(22:2030), 2000(33:1635), 2009(33:1730), 2010-1(33:1740), 2040(33:2055), 2050(33:2210), 2077(33:2510), 3453(52:2045-50), 3459(52:2125), 5949(92:1025), 5961(92:1200-5)
    >>>Election/selection process, 1146(21:1245-50), 3469(52:2240-5)
    >>>Opposition members selected, 2006(33:1710-5), 2025(33:1915), 2050(33:2205-10)
    >>>>Quebec National Assembly, comparison, 2006-7(33:1710-5)
    >>>>United Kingdom comparison, 1146(21:1245), 1277(22:1900), 2002(33:1645)
    >>>Parliamentary secretary equivalent status proposal, 3450-1(52:2030)
    >>>Salaries, 4804(74:1630)
    >>Dysfunctional system, 2065(33:2355)
    >>Effectiveness, 1303-4(22:2210-20), 3453(52:2045), 3458-9(52:2125), 7651(121:1045-50)
    >>>See also Pesticides--Legislation, Pest Control Products Act (Bill C-53); Species at risk (endangered species)--Legislation, Environment and Sustainable Development Standing Committee
    >>Freer votes, 2038(33:2045)
    >>Formation, Progressive Conservative Party/Democratic Representative Caucus Coalition delaying, 5558(85:1500)
    >>Game/sham, 2064(33:2340-5)
    >>Government tool, 2065-7(33:2355-400)
    >>Independence, increasing powers, 318(7:1615), 320(7:1625), 357(8:1550), 404(9:1230), 1288(22:2020), 2035-7(33:2025-35), 2065-6(33:2355-400), 6179(95:1215)
    >>>Government interference, 3453(52:2045), 3469-70(52:2245), 9423-4(152:1225-35)
    >>>Canadian Alliance proposal, 1261(22:1700), 5949(92:1025)
    >>Internet broadcasting, 2072(33:2435-40)
    >>Issues, dealing with on horizontal basis, 2023(33:1905)
    >>Joint House and Senate Committees
    >>>Bloc Québécois opposing, 2821(44:1015)
    >>>See also Customs--Legislation, Reviewing after one year
    >>Legislative role, 3467-8(52:2230)
    >>>Power to initiate, 2040(33:2055)
    >>Legislative timetable, power to set, 947(17:1355), 974(17:1640)
    >>Meeting rooms, television broadcasting equipment, etc., 1995(33:1600)
    >>Meetings, scheduling when House not sitting, 2077(33:2510), 3462(52:2150), 3473(52:2305), 5952(92:1055)
    >>Members, independence, 5954(92:1110)
    >>>Appointment for session or parliament, 2008(33:1730)
    >>>Assignment periods/selection, 1259(22:1650), 3453(52:2045), 3459-60(52:2125-30), 3462(52:2150)
    >>>Expanding, McGrath report, repealing, 65(3:1830)
    >>>Five official parties, difficulties, 3467(52:2230)
    >>>Numbers, M. (Boudria), agreed to, 115(4:1520)
    >>>>See also Standing Orders--104(2)
    >>>Permanent, 2036(33:2030)
    >>>Reduction in numbers, greater efficiency, 2003(33:1650)
    >>Minority reports, prohibiting preparation and presentation, Alberta Legislature 1993 committee chaired by S. Day decision, o.q., 3793(58:1415)
    >>Minutes, publication, 3473(52:2305)
    >>Non-partisanship, 2025(33:1915)
    >>Officers, election by secret ballot, Canadian Alliance proposal, 1261(22:1700)
    >>Parliamentary Secretaries, removal from process, 435(9:1540), 1289(22:2030), 1306(22:2230), 2008-9(33:1730), 2013(33:1755), 2036(33:2030), 2038(33:2045), 2040(33:2055), 2063-4(33:2340), 3450-1(52:2025-30), 3465(52:2210), 3469(52:2240), 5949(92:1025), 5954(92:1110)
    >>Prime Minister's Office controlling, 9696(157:1025)
    >>>See also Committees, Parliamentary--Agendas and membership
    >>Privacy, access and ethics standing committee, establishing, Canadian Alliance proposal, 1261(22:1700)
    >>Procedures, revamping/modernizing, 2039-40(33:2055)
    >>Procedural disputes, Speaker of House of Commons resolving, 2025(33:1915)
    >>Proceedings, broadcasting, 2002(33:1645), 2071-2(33:2435)
    >>>Democratizing, 2032(33:2010-5)
    >>>Two committee rooms outfitted, 5947(92:1020), 5964(92:1225)
    >>>Videotape, availability to CPAC and press gallery, 5948(92:1020)
    >>Proceedings, public meetings, 1259(22:1645)
    >>>Video teleconferencing, increase use, 1995(33:1600-5)
    >>Proceedings, transcripts, access, 2040(33:2055)
    >>Quorum see Committees, Parliamentary--Witnesses
    >>Radio and television broadcasting, 1259(22:1650), 1277(22:1905), 2009(33:1735), 3450-1(52:2025-30), 4102(63:1505)
    >>>See also Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee--Reports, Nineteenth--Forty-first; Fifty-eighth
    >>Reconvening, United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, relationship, 5125(79:1230), 5162(79:1700)
    >>>o.q., 5485(84:1440)
    >>Reform, 1289(22:2030), 1295(22:2110), 1303-4(22:2210), 3451-2(52:2035)
    >>Reports and studies
    >>>Concurrence/adoption, automatic if no government response within specific time, 2002(33:1645)
    >>>Concurrence motions
    >>>>Not moving until after government response received, 1996(33:1605), 5310(81:1650)
    >>>>Routine procedural motions, votable but not debatable, 1996(33:1610)
    >>>Debate in House of Commons, 1259(22:1650)
    >>>Government ignoring, 5959(92:1150), 3451(52:2035)
    >>>Government response, 150 day time frame, shortening, 1996(33:1605-10), 3462(52:2145), 3463(52:2200)
    >>>Leaks, sanctions or penalties, 1259(22:1645), 1297(22:2120)
    >>>Press conferences, pre-empting opposition members, 1277(22:1900)
    >>>Recommendations, implementation instead of gathering dust, 437(9:1550), 3464-5(52:2205-10)
    >>>Tabling, by committee chair, 3473(52:2305)
    >>>Unanimous recommendations
    >>>>Impact, 12929-30(210:1125-30)
    >>>>Members voting against during concurrence, 2074(33:2450-5), 5958(92:1145-50), 5963(92:1220)
    >>>Unanimous reports, government ignoring, 2009(33:1730)
    >>Research assistance to Members of Parliament and Senators, Library of Parliament resources, increasing, Throne Speech proposal, 16(2:1530), 3437(52:1900)
    >>Role, 3467(52:2230), 9342-3(151:1155-205)
    >>>Reforming, strengthening, increasing effectiveness, 933(17:1225), 3462(52:2145), 4969-70(77:1245-50)
    >>>Testing soundness of policies, 2068(33:2415)
    >>>Value, poetic opinion, S.O. 31, 1633(28:1400)
    >>Studies, power to inititate, impact, 2052(33:2225)
    >>Travel, 3450-1(52:2025-30), 3457(52:2115), 3459(52:2130), 3470(52:2245)
    >>>Approval motion, unanimous consent, eliminating, use of reverse vote, 1996(33:1610), 3453-4(52:2050)
    >>>See also Environment and Sustainable Development Standing Committee; Finance Standing Committee; Transport and Government Operations standing Committee
    >>Votes, partisanship, 1277(22:1900)
    >>>Disclosure of information, prohibition, Attorney General orders, Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36) provisions, limiting Parliament's rights, o.q., 7561(119:1430)
    >>>Lists, opposition selections ignored, 1306(22:2230)
    >>>Oath, swearing/affirming, 2017(33:1825)
    >>>Questioning see Transport and Government Operations Standing Committee
    >>>Quorum requirement, 3450(52:2025-30)
    >>See also Canada Lands Company--Gagliano; Crown corporations--Lavelle; Election promises--Broken; Financial services legislation (Bill C-8)--Regulations; Government appointments--Process; International agreements, conventions and treaties--Parliamentary ratification; Legislative process; Liberal government (Chrétien)--Corruption; Parliamentary reform--Members of Parliament; Petro-Canada--Merger with another oil company; Special Committees; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Canadian response, Parliament; Water/freshwater--Parliamentary committee; Water exports--Mills, D.

Commodity taxes see Excise Act

Common law (federal) see Federal Law-Civil Law Harmonization Act, No. 1 (Bill S-4); Legal system

Common law partners

    >>Definition see Income tax--Legislation (Bill C-22)

Common law tradition see Immigration--Screening

Commonwealth see Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting; Zimbabwe--Human rights violations

Commonwealth Day

Commonwealth Games (Manchester, England 2002)

    >>Canadian team, tribute, S.O. 31, 12768(207:1410)

Commonwealth Parliamentary Association

    >>Canadian Parliamentary Seminar, inaugural session, workshops, S.O. 31, 7603(120:1405)
    >>See also Elections--Proportional representation; Interparliamentary delegations--Reports

Commonwealth War Graves Commission

    >>Establishment, mandate/role, 85th anniversary, tribute, S.O. 31, 11552(188:1400)

Communication Canada

    >>Depository Services Program, 75th anniversary, S.O. 31, 12599-600(204:1405)
    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Supplementary (A), Public Works and Government Services Department--2001-2002, Supplementary (B), Public Works and Government Services Department
    >>Expenditures, $2.5 million, 8312(133:1255)
    >>Propaganda role, 8312(133:1255)
    >>See also Government advertising; Government contracts--Goods and Services Tax; Regroupement des jeunes d'affaires du Québec

Communication Coffin see Government contracts

Communication Québec see Government services--1-800-O-Canada

Communications Security Establishment

    >>Communications interception/monitoring, legislative authority
    >>>Expanding to allow collection of foreign communications entering country, 6166(95:1025), 6170(95:1100), 6176(95:1155)
    >>>o.q., 6258(96:1440)
    >>Funding, $37 million increase, counter-terrorism activities, o.q., 6420(99:1440)
    >>Legislation, separate House of Commons debate, 6180(95:1220)
    >>See also Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting, Electronic surveillance

Communications Security Establishment Commissioner

    >>2000-1 annual report, tabled, 4277(66:1510)
    >>Bisson, Claude, former Chief Justice, Quebec Court of Appeal
    >>>o.q., 6258(96:1440)
    >>>See also Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting, Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36)

Communications technology see Information and Communications Technology Week

Communist Party of Canada see Political parties--Deregistration


    >>Arts, importance, 179(5:1335)
    >>Rural, urban, remote, role, economic, etc., 10(2:1530)
    >>Safe and strong, essential part of fabric of society, Throne Speech statement, 14(2:1530), 374(8:1750), 1923(32:1545)
    >>See also Banks and financial institutions; Rural/remote/natural resource communities/regions

"Communities First: First Nation Governance" see Aboriginal self-government--Legislation

Communities in Bloom see Barrie, ON; Blyth, ON; Charlottetown, PE; Richmond Hill, ON

Community Access Program (Internet)

    >>Broadband access, providing, Budget 2001 measure, 8081(128:1635)
    >>Extending to 2003-2004, Budget 2001 measure, 8081(128:1635)
    >>Government continuing support, 5313(81:1715)
    >>>Throne Speech statement, 11(2:1530), 331(7:1740-5)
    >>Rural, remote and aboriginal communities, importance to, 11(2:1530)
    >>See also L`@venue-Centre Internet communautaire

Community Action Program for Children (CAPC)

    >>Government expenditures, o.q., 7163(112:1435)

Community banks see Banks and financial institutions--Small banks

Community Care Worker Week

    >>October 15-21, health care system, contribution to, tribute, S.O. 31, 6019(93:1105)

Community colleges

    >>Conestoga College, Ontario college ranking, first, S.O. 31, 9748(158:1400)
    >>Federal government assistance, need, S.O. 31, 7206(113:1100)

Community Futures Development Corporations (CFDCs) see Community futures program

Community futures program

    >>British Columbia coastal communities, exclusion, 3097(47:1935), 3099(47:1950)
    >>Community Futures Development Corporations (CFDCs)
    >>>Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec funding, agreement renewal, 358(8:1600)
    >>>>o.q., 1523-4(26:1455)
    >>>Quebec, 2161(35:1035), 3132(47:2325), 3133(47:2330)
    >>>>Transferring to provincial government, 12250(200:1310)
    >>Expanding, success, 1922(32:1540)
    >>New initiatives, $600,000 funding, etc., o.q., 4991-2(77:1455-500)
    >>Role, 3091(47:1850-5), 3118(47:2150-5), 3122(47:2215)
    >>Rural communities, assisting, funding, 648(12:1935)

Community policing see Crime prevention; Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)

Community reinvestment see Banks and financial institutions

Community service centres (CLSCs) see Health care system--Quebec

Community television see Television

Commuter rail service

    >>Federal government role, 7113(111:1650)
    >>Ottawa, ON, Strategic Infrastructure Foundation funding, possibility, 9720(157:1255)
    >>See also Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CPR)--West Coast Express Limited; VIA Rail Canada Inc.

Companies' Creditors Arrangements Act see Algoma Steel Inc.

"Competing for Immigrants" see Citizenship and Immigration Standing Committee--Reports, Fourth


    >>Anti-competitive predatory practices, preventing, 8024(127:1325), 8048-9(128:1305), 12002(196:1240)
    >>Benefits, 3533(54:1055), 8047(128:1300)
    >>Definition, 8020(127:1255)
    >>Dominant position, abuse, prohibiting, monopsony, oligopsony, 1010(18:1515), 8044-5(128:1235)
    >>>See also Competition Act (amdt.--abuse of dominant position)(Bill C-276)
    >>Industry, Science and Trchnology Standing Committee study see Industry, Science and Technology Standing Committee--Reports, Eighth
    >>International, co-operation, facilitating, civil cases, evidence, etc., 3528-9(54:1020-5), 3530(54:1035), 3531-2(54:1045), 3533(54:1055), 3534(54:1105), 8022(127:1310), 8024(127:1330), 8025(127:1340), 8041(128:1205), 8041-2(128:1210), 8049(128:1310), 12001(196:1230), 12002(196:1235)
    >>>See also Competition Act and Competition Tribunal Act (amdt.)(Bill C-23)
    >>Legislation see Competition Act--Legislation
    >>Not always the answer, 8046(128:1245), 8047(128:1255), 8048(128:1300-5)
    >>Price competition, amending Competition Act, 11999-2000(196:1220-5)
    >>Regulations, reducing, benefits, 8024-5(127:1330-5), 8042(128:1220), 8043(128:1225)
    >>Tied selling, market restrictions, exclusive dealing, Competition Tribunal jurisdiction, oil and gas industry, etc., 8019-21(127:1255-310), 8023-4(127:1320-5), 8025(127:1335), 8026(127:1345), 8027(127:1355-400), 8044(128:1235)
    >>United States legislation, comparison, 3169(48:1700)
    >>See also Air Canada; Airlines; Banks and financial institutions; Canada-Costa Rica Free Trade Agreement; Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute--Expiry; Education; Education, post-secondary--Accessibility; Free Trade Area of the Americas; Gasoline prices; Oil and gas industry; Propane industry; Sea King helicopters--Replacements, Procurement process; Superior Propane Inc.; Transportation

Competition Act

    >>Amendments, potential, Air Canada concerns, letter from BMO Nesbitt Burns, o.q., 7714(122:1155)
    >>Criminal, civil cases, distinction, lack, 3529(54:1030)
    >>Legislation, Competition Act and Competition Tribunal Act (amdt.)(Bill C-23)
    >>>Bloc Québécois position, 8045(128:1245)
    >>>Canadian Alliance position, 11999(196:1215)
    >>>Consultations, public, paper Amending the Competition Act: A Discussion Paper on Meeting the Needs of the Global Economy, 3533(54:1055)
    >>>Four private members' bills, involving, committee referral before first reading, increased participation for Members of Parliament, 3527-8(54:1015-20), 3530(54:1030), 3532-4(54:1045-100), 8026-7(127:1350-5), 8044(128:1230), 8046(128:1245), 8049(128:1305), 8052(128:1335), 11999(186:1220)
    >>>Framework legislation, 8049(128:1305)
    >>>Historical background, 8041(128:1210), 8043-4(128:1225-30), 8052-3(128:1335-45)
    >>>Inadequate, 8023(127:1320), 8043-4(128:1225)
    >>>Industry, Science and Technology Standing Committee study, amendments, etc., 8021(127:1310), 8025(127:1340), 8027(127:1350-5), 8044(1238:1230), 8045-6(128:1240-5), 8047(128:1300), 8054(128:1345), 11999(196:1215)
    >>>Legal activity, challenges, case law, following passage, 12002(196:1235-40)
    >>>New Democratic Party position, 8047(128:1250)
    >>>Progressive Conservative Party position, 12002-3(196:1240)
    >>>Provincial jurisdiction, respecting, ensuring, 3530(54:1035)
    >>>Provisions, summary, 8020(127:1255-300), 8021(127:1310), 8024(127:1330), 8044(128:1230), 11998(196:1210)
    >>>Purpose, 3527(54:1015), 3531-2(54:1045-50), 3534(54:1100), 8041(128:1210)
    >>>Senate amendment, English/French text problem, 11998-9(196:1210), 11999(196:1215), 12000(196:1220-5)
    >>>See also Airlines--Competition--Regional services; Competition passim; Competition Act and Competition Tribunal Act (amdt.)(Bill C-23) Competition Tribunal passim; Contests--Deceptive
    >>Penalties, 8023(127:1310), 8026(127:1345), 8041(128:1205), 12002(196:1240)
    >>Purpose, 3533(54:1055), 3534-5(54:1105-10)
    >>Reviewing in February 2002, 8045(128:1240)
    >>See also Airlines--Competition; Corporations--Transnational/multinational corporations, Price fixing; Gasoline prices--Competition lack factor--Government inaction; Marine transportation--Shipping conferences; Oil and gas industry--Competition; Predatory pricing--Definition

Competition Act (amdt.)(Bill C-248)--McTeague

    >>First reading, 351(8:1515)
    >>Second reading, 6544-52(101:1710-805), 7735-42(123:1105-200), 9169-73(148:1100-35), agreed to, on division, 9173(148:1135)
    >>Industry, Science and Technology Standing Committee referral, 9173(148:1135)
    >>>Dropped to bottom of order of precedence on Order Paper, 6552(101:1805), 7742(123:1205)
    >>>Consideration, extension of time see Industry, Science and Technology Standing Committee--Reports, Eleventh
    >>See also Corporate mergers--Monopolies

Competition Act (amdt.--abuse of dominant position)(Bill C-276)--McTeague

    >>First reading, 1010(18:1515)
    >>See also Competition--Dominant position

Competition Act (amdt.--vertically integrated gasoline suppliers)(Bill C-358)--Harb

    >>First reading, 4535(70:1205)
    >>See also Gasoline--Vertically integrated suppliers

Competition Act and Competition Tribunal Act (amdt.)(Bill C-23)--Minister of Industry (Tobin)

    >>First reading, 2784(43:1515)
    >>Standing Committee referral prior to second reading, notice, 3427(52:1755), M. (MacAulay), 3527-35(54:1015-110), agreed to, 3535(54:1110)
    >>Industry, Science and Technology Standing Committe
    >>>Referral, 3535(54:1110)
    >>>Reported, with amdt., 7907(125:1520)
    >>Report stage, 8019-28(127:1255-400)
    >>>Concurrence, agreed to, 8028(127:1400)
    >>>Motions, 8019-20(127:1255)
    >>>>Negatived, on division, 8027-8(127:1400)
    >>Second reading, agreed to, 8028(127:1400)
    >>Third reading, 8040-55(128:1205-350), 8072(128:1530), agreed to, on division, 8072(128:1530), passed.
    >>Senate amdt., second reading, concurrence, 11998-2003(196:1210-40), agreed to, 12003(141:1240)
    >>Royal Assent, 12121(198:1625), Chap. 16, S.C. 2002
    >>See also Competition Act--Legislation