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Competition Bureau

    >>Purpose, 3528(54:1020), 3535(54:1110)
    >>>Kelowna constituents example, 3529(54:1025-30)
    >>Resources, ensuring, 3535(54:1110)
    >>See also Air Canada--Competition--Fares; Airlines--Competition; Gasoline prices--Competition lack factor; Oil and gas industry--Competition, Come By Chance refinery

Competition Commissioner

    >>Cease and desist orders, issuing, 12002(186:1240)
    >>Powers, expanding, 3532-3(54:1050), 12002(196:1240)
    >>See also Airlines--Competition

Competition Tribunal

Competition Tribunal Act see Competition Act and Competition Tribunal Act (amdt.)(Bill C-23)

Competitiveness see International competitiveness

Composting Week

Comptroller of the treasury

Computer databases see Borders, international--Security

Computer games see Violence/violent offences

Computer hackers

    >>Computer viruses, creating, spreading, criminal offence, M. (Pankiw), 2925-33(45:1230-330), 4502-10(69:1715-815), 7469-74(118:1100-45), negatived, on recorded division, 7570-1(119:1540)
    >>>Dropped to bottom of order of precedence on Order Paper, 2933(45:1330), 4510(69:1815)
    >>Cyber attacks, combatting, 3333(51:1635)

Computer networks see Borders, international--Security

Computer software

    >>Thefts, decline, S.O. 31, 4582(71:1410)
    >>See also CARIS; Drugs and pharmaceuticals--Patent protection

Computer systems see Boats--Licensing

Computer viruses see Computer hackers

Computers see Technology--Quebec program for low-income families

Computing Devices Canada Ltd. see Canadian Armed Forces--Aircraft, CP-140 Aurora patrol aircraft

Comuzzi, Joe (Lib.--Thunder Bay--Superior North)

    >>Canada-United States relations, S.O. 31, 12099(198:1405)
    >>Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute
    >>>M. on supply (Duncan), 9664-5(156:1520)
    >>>M. on supply (Paquette), 1733-5(29:1550-610)
    >>>M. on supply (Paquette), 11320(184:1655)
    >>>M. to adjourn under S.O. 52 (Crête), 7032-3(110:1650-5)
    >>Child pornography, S.O. 31, 598(12:1410)
    >>Conliffe, Reverend Mark, S.O. 31, 5655(87:1355)
    >>Corpus Christi Parish, S.O. 31, 5547(85:1400)
    >>Forest industry, 1732-3(29:1555-600)
    >>Grant, Charlie, S.O. 31, 294(7:1355)
    >>Interparliamentary delegations, 5600(86:1515), 6424(99:1500)
    >>Natural resource industries, 1733(29:1600)
    >>Political system, federal, M. on supply (Reynolds), 11680(190:1550)
    >>Procedure, divisions, recorded, 10745(174:1810)
    >>Seuret, Tony, S.O. 31, 8475(135:1400)
    >>United States, S.O. 31, 8120(129:1405)

Con Game see Penitentiaries--Conditions

Conclusion of Treaties Act (Bill C-317)--Lalonde

    >>First reading, 2440-1(38:1520-5)
    >>See also International agreements, conventions and treaties--Consultation with provincial governments

Concrete industry see Ports/harbours--Vancouver Port Authority

Concurrent sentences see Sentences (convicted criminals--Multiple murderers

Conditional sentences see Criminal Code (amdt.--conditional sentences)(Bill C-238); Sentences (convicted criminals)

Condominiums

    >>Vancouver, BC, building envelope failure, victim compensation, Goods and Services Tax (GST) relief, M. (Moore), 3826-33(58:1800-40)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 3833(58:1845)
    >>See also Housing--Rental housing, Affordable

Cone, Ben see Species at risk (endangered species)--Habitat preservation, Compensation

Conestoga College see Community colleges; International Space Station--Canadarm II role

Confederation des syndicats nationaux (CSN)

    >>Carbonneau, Claudette, President, election, S.O. 31, 11987(196:1110)

Conference Board of Canada see Education; Gasoline prices; Taxation--Federal-provincial tax/fiscal imbalance

Conference of Defence Associations see Canadian Armed Forces--Combat readiness, Failure

Conference of parliamentarians of the Americas see Parliamentary Conference of the Americas

Conference on Tax Administration in an Electronic World

    >>Canada Customs and Revenue Agency (CCRA) hosting, international organizations sponsoring, o.q., 4665(72:1455)

Confidence votes see House of Commons proceedings

Confidentiality see Air transportation security--Increase, Canada Air Transport Security Authority; Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Income tax; Privacy; Quebec--Members of Parliament access to information on grants in constituency

Conflict see International armed conflict/war

Conflict diamonds see Diamond mining industry

Conflict Diamonds Act (Bill C-402)--Pratt

    >>First reading, 6293(97:1000)
    >>See also Diamonds--Conflict diamonds, Imports

Conflict of interest

    >>British Columbia legislation, 411(9:1315)
    >>Progressive Conservative government (Mulroney), violations, 4501-2(9:1720-5)
    >>Public office holders, guidelines, 1994 review, 441-2(9:1620-5), 447-8(9:1700-5), 451(9:1725)
    >>>Categories A and B, public access, 395(9:1135)
    >>>Not applicable to ordinary Members of Parliament and Senators, 438(9:1600), 447(9:1700), 453(9:1740)
    >>>Strengthening, Prime Minister Chrétien role, 389(9:1050)
    >>See also Banks and financial institutions--Boards of directors; Border, Canada-United States--Windsor, ON-Detroit, MI, Tunnel; Breweries--Microbreweries; Cabinet Ministers; Cipro (anti-anthrax drug)--1 million tablets, Rock; Economy/economic conditions--Government involvement; Health care system--Renewal, Senate Social Affairs, Science and Technology Standing Committee study; Members of Parliament; Political parties--Leadership campaigns; Prince Edward Island National Park--Interpretive centre; Public Service--Cabinet Ministers; Sea King helicopters--Replacements, Procurement process

Conflict of Interest Commissioner

    >>Position, establishing, responsible to Parliament, Owen proposal, 408-9(9:1300), 411(9:1315-20), 438(9:1555)

Conliffe, Reverend Mark

    >>Archdeacon of Thunder Bay, rector of St. Michael's and All Angels Anglican Church, retirement, tribute, S.O. 31, 5655(87:1355)

Congenital heart defects see A Day for Hearts: Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Act (Bill C-265) Heart disease; National Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Day

Congo, Democratic Republic of

    >>Armed conflict, peace settlement, Canada role, discussions with President Joseph Kabila, o.q., 428-9(9:1455)

Conili Star see Government grants and contributions

Connecting Canadians initiative see Internet

Connolly, Colleen

    >>BioGENEius Award winner, congratulations, S.O. 31, 12768(207:1405)

Connor Building see Gatineau, QC

Conoco Inc. see Gulf Canada Resources Limited

Conscientious Objection Act (Bill C-232)--Robinson

    >>First reading, 260(7:1010)
    >>See also Conscientious objectors--Income tax paid for defence expenditures

Conscientious objectors

    >>Income tax paid for defence expenditures, designating to other uses, peace tax concept, 260(7:1010)
    >>>Petitions, 9421(152:1215)
    >>>See Conscientious Objection Act (Bill C-232)

Conscription

    >>World War II, Quebec opposition, 10063(163:1135)
    >>See also Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting, Canadian Armed Forces

Consecutive sentences see Gun control/guns--Crime; Sentences (convicted criminals)--Multiple murderers

Conseil du prix des mèdicaments brevetés see Drugs and pharmaceuticals--Costs

Consent agreements see Competition Tribunal--Orders

Conservation see Fisheries; Saint-Félicien Zoo; Water/freshwater

Conservation Authorities of Ontario see Great Lakes

Conservation groups see Species at risk (endangered species)--Legislation--Protecting

Conservation officers see Gun control/guns--Registration system, Failure

Consolidated Bathurst see Auberge Grand-Mère--Grand Mère golf course, 161341 Canada Incorporated

Consolidated Revenue Fund see Employment insurance--Separate fund

Constitution

    >>1982, government introducing without mandate, 4002(61:1550)
    >>Amending formula, difficulty, 4449(69:1135)
    >>Central power, entrenched, reform, need, S.O. 31, 2851(44:1400)
    >>Patriation in 1982, Quebec, betrayal of, etc., 80(4:1135), 4466(69:1335), 10550(171:1330-5), 11420(186:1040)
    >>>o.q., 10495-7(170:1420-35), 10500(170:1450), 10501-2(170:1500)
    >>>Romanow role, 8960(144:1025)
    >>>S.O. 31, 10492-3(170:1405-10)
    >>Quebec, signing, refusal, 3999(61:1530)
    >>Reservation, disallowance powers, nullifying, 363(8:1630-5)
    >>See also Canada Health Act--Five principles, Entrenching; Equalization payments--Purpose; Federal-provincial jurisdiction; Federal spending power; Free Trade Area of the Americas--Parliament; Marine conservation areas--Federal ownership; Municipalities; Newfoundland and Labrador--Official provincial name; North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)--Investor-state dispute settlement provisions; Regulations--Official Languages Act

Constitution Act, 1996 (amdt.--balanced budget and spending limit) (Bill C-213)(35th Parl., 2nd Sess.) see Species at risk (endangered species)--Habitat preservation, Grubel

Constitution of Telefilm Canada

    >>Amending, 7411(117:1005)
    >>>See also Fisheries Prices Support Act repeal and technical amendments (amdt.)(Bill C-43)

Constitutional amendments

    >>Approval, national referendum, Switzerland and Australia models, 947(17:1355)

Constitutional reform

    >>Charlottetown Accord, referendum, no side victory, 2838(44:1220-5)
    >>See also Municipalities--Powers

Constituency allowances see Members of Parliament; Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--constituency allowances)(Bill C-293)

Construction industry

    >>Work camps, meal costs, income tax deduction, Budget 2001 measure, 8768(140:1540), 9698(157:1945)

Consulates see Embassies and consulates

"Consultation Strategy for First Nations Governance" see Aboriginal self-government--Legislation

Consumer activism

Consumer confidence

    >>Budget 2001 not addressing, 8141(129:1655)
    >>Stimulating, 6862(107:1720), 6862(107:1730)
    >>See also Air transportation security--Increase; Airlines--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks; Economy/economic conditions

Consumer Credit Information Act (Bill C-367)--Harb

    >>First reading, 4536(70:1210)
    >>See also Credit records

Consumers see Banks and financial institutions; Financial Consumer Agency of Canada

Consumption taxes

Containers see Marine transportation--Shipping conferences

Contaminated land see Nuclear waste

Contaminated sites

    >>Brownfields, 8154(129:1815), 8156(129:1830), 8188(130:1620)
    >>>Inventory, establishing, identifying, assessing and remediating, 1870-1(32:1010), 3273-81(50:1320-410)
    >>>>See also Canadian Environmental Assessment Act (amdt.--inventory of brownfields)(Bill C-305)
    >>>National Brownfields Redevelopment Strategy, National Round table on the Environment and the Economy developing, Budget 2001 statement, 8082(128:1650), 8199(130:1745), 8217(131:1110), 9490(153:1740)
    >>>Remediation, 8308(133:1225)
    >>>>Tax incentives, etc., o.q., 9831(159:1450)
    >>Clean up, necessity, 7113(111:1650)
    >>>S.O. 31, 5079(78:1410)
    >>Northern Canada military bases
    >>>DEW line, clean-up, government commitment, 4063(62:1345)
    >>>United States bases, aviation gas, 5613(86:1700)
    >>Transport Department responsible, Quebec, etc., 3756(90:1605)
    >>See also Giant Gold Mine; Sydney Tar Ponds and Cole Ovens; Toxic/hazardous waste--Abandoned sites

Contempt of court see Ouellet, Andre

Contests

Continental Airlines, Inc. see Air Canada--Financial and management problems

Continental energy policy see Energy--North American continental energy strategy/agreement/free trade

Continental parliament see Free Trade Area of the Americas

Continental perimeter see North American perimeter approach

Continental security

    >>Permanent Joint Board of Defence, discussions, o.q., 6843(107:1500)
    >>See also North American perimeter approach

Continental social alliance see Summit of the Americas (April 2001, Quebec City, QC)

Contingency plans see Food safety/inspection system--Risks; Foot and mouth disease--Outbreak

Contingency reserves see Africa--Canadian aid; Budget 2000 Mini Budget; Budget 2001; Budget deficit--Prohibiting; Budget process; Foundations--Government funding; Government expenditures; National debt--Reduction; Strategic Infrastructure Foundation--Funds

Contingent liability see Export Development Corporation (EDC)

Contracting-out see Air Canada--Aircraft maintenance; Canadian Coast Guard--Boat towing; Marine transportation--Shipowners liability for carriage of goods/passengers; Toxic/hazardous waste--PCBs

Contraventions Act and Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (amdt.--marijuana)(Bill C-344)--Martin, K.

Contraventions Act and Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (amdt.--marijuana)(Bill C-503)(1st Sess., 36th Parl.) see Marijuana--Possession

Controlled access military zones see National security--Military security zones

Controlled Drugs and Substance Act (amdt.--medical use of marijuana)(Bill C-335)--Bigras

    >>First reading, 2820(44:1005)
    >>See also Marijuana--Medical use

Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (amdt.--trafficking in a controlled drug or substance within five hundred metres of an elementary school or a high school)(Bill C-255)--Hill, J.

    >>First reading, 482(10:1210-5)
    >>See also Drug smuggling/trafficking--Schools

Convention on Biodiversity see Species at risk (endangered species)--International agreements

Convention on Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Fauna see Species at risk (endangered species)--International agreements

Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora see Species at risk (endangered species)--International agreements

Convention on Wetlands see Species at risk (endangered species)--International agreements

Convicted criminals see Sentences (convicted criminals)

Coombs, Ernie

    >>Mr. Dressup, beloved children's entertainer, 1996 Order of Canada recipient, death, tributes, S.O. 31, 5285-7(81:1400-10)

Coon Come, Matthew see Assembly of First Nations--National chief

Coopérative fédérée du Québec see Agricultural co-operatives--Tax deferral

Copper boron azole (CCB) see Lumber industry--Chromated copper arsenate (CCA), Alternatives

Copper mining industry see Noranda Inc.; Philippines

Copps, Hon. Sheila (Lib.--Hamilton East; Minister of Canadian Heritage)

    >>Ablonczy, references, 11454(186:1500)
    >>Acadians, o.q., 7445(117:1425)
    >>Arts and culture, o.q., 3665(56:1445), 9955(161:1450)
    >>Bell, Alexander Graham
    >>>M., 13006(211:1200-5)
    >>>o.q., 13002(211:1140)
    >>Book-publishing industry, o.q., 11051-2(180:1455)
    >>Bow River, qu., 3995(61:1510)
    >>Broadcasting, o.q., 4990(77:1450)
    >>Cable television, o.q., 2861(44:1450)
    >>Canada Day, o.q., 4662(72:1440), 4788(74:1450)
    >>Canada National Marine Conservation Areas Act (Bill C-10), 911(17:1005), 7020(110:1520), 7134(112:1115)
    >>Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), o.q., 7333-4(115:1420-5), 7371(116:1420), 7373(116:1430), 9148(147:1150), 9546(154:1455), 9584(155:1440), 10311(166:1455)
    >>Canadian Heritage Department, o.q., 3665(56:1445), 7900(125:1445)
    >>Canadian War Museum, o.q., 4096-7(63:1435-40), 7266(114:1500)
    >>CanWest Global Communications, o.q., 12881(209:1445)
    >>Copps, references, o.q., 3990(61:1445)
    >>Copyright, qu., 8334(133:1515)
    >>Copyright Act (amdt.)(Bill C-48), 9155-7(147:1230-45)
    >>Cultural diversity, o.q., 5774(89:1455)
    >>Cultural policy, o.q., 12845(208:1455)
    >>Elk, o.q., 10840(176:1450)
    >>Francophonie Games (Ottawa-Hull 2001), o.q., 6030(93:1200)
    >>Gatineau Park, qu., 12918(210:1015)
    >>Government contracts, o.q., 11379(185:1135), 11877(194:1420), 11950(195:1440)
    >>Grey, references, 2448(38:1605)
    >>>o.q., 2435(38:1450)
    >>Historic/heritage buildings, sites and monuments, o.q., 9262-3(149:1455), 11011(179:1455), 12718(206:1140)
    >>Hockey Night in Canada, o.q., 11764(192:1455), 12607-8(204:1440-5), 12677(205:1445-50), 12778(207:1455)
    >>Internet, 9155-7(147:1230-45)
    >>Just for Laughs Festival, o.q., 8644-5(138:1450)
    >>Magazines, o.q., 6934(109:1455), 7012(110:1455)
    >>Marine conservation areas, o.q., 4709-10(73:1455-500)
    >>Media, o.q., 1594(27:1425), 3879(59:1445), 9149(147:1155), 10721(174:1440), 12607(204:1440), 12839(208:1425)
    >>Montréal Canadiens, o.q., 4098(63:1445)
    >>National Film Board, o.q., 1165-6(21:1450)
    >>National parks, o.q., 226(6:1450), 227(6:1455), 3990-1(61:1445)
    >>Official languages policy (Bilingualism), o.q., 31(3:1440)
    >>Olympic and paralympic games, 2008 summer games, o.q., 4077(62:1455)
    >>Olympics, 2010 winter games, o.q., 6377(98:1200)
    >>Political system, federal, M. on supply (Reynolds), 11634(190:1020)
    >>Prime Minister's Residence, o.q., 12609(204:1450)
    >>Procedure
    >>>House of Commons visitors, 3993(61:1500)
    >>>Members' remarks, 2448(38:1605), 11454(186:1500)
    >>Public Service, o.q., 2917-8(45:1155)
    >>Quebec, o.q., 4352-3(67:1435)
    >>Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, M. (Chrétien), 10066(163:1200-5)
    >>Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Royal Visit, o.q., 10460(169:1500)
    >>Radio-Canada
    >>>o.q., 10139(164:1450), 10389(168:1435), 10938:178:1455)
    >>>qu., 12496(203:1015)
    >>Radio Canada International, o.q., 5089(78:1455)
    >>Raoul Wallenberg Day, o.q., 4663(72:1445)
    >>Recording media, o.q., 9661(156:1455)
    >>References
    >>>Leadership campaign
    >>>>Fundraising, Asper family, CanWest Global, etc., contributions, o.q., 12839(208:1425)
    >>>>Raising $7 million, fundraiser commitment, $1 million in contracts with Canadian Heritage Department, relationship, conflict of interest, etc., o.q., 10765(175:1435), 10879(177:1115-20)
    >>>Travel expenditures, Tobin comparison, 8861(142:1050)
    >>>Wishing mother happy mothers day, o.q., 3990(61:1445)
    >>>See also Acadians; Arts and culture--Sami Inuit exhibit; Canadian War Museum--Location, Gallant; Goods and Services Tax (GST)/Harmonized Sales Tax (HST)--Abolition; Government contracts--Groupe Everest, Coderre; Grey--References, Christianity; Radio Canada International--Funding; Salon du livre de l'Outaouais--Desfossés, Estelle; Thornley, Joe
    >>Riopelle, Jean-Paul, 9621(156:1005)
    >>Sports, o.q., 3253-4(50:1120-5)
    >>Summit of the Americas (April 2001, Quebec City, QC), 1324(23:1435)
    >>Thornley, Joe, o.q., 11048-9(180:1440)
    >>United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, o.q., 5772(89:1445)

Copyright

    >>Ephemeral recordings/pre-recorded recordings, collective societies royalties, broadcasters exemption, M. (Abbott), 10481-8(169:1745-1840)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 10488(169:1840)
    >>>Quebec, comparison, 10483(169:1755)
    >>Protection, improving, Throne Speech statement, 12(2:1530)
    >>Transfer of media, royalties, Copyright Act application, qu., 8334(133:1515)
    >>See also Recording media--Tax on blank media; World Book and Copyright Day

Copyright Act

    >>Review, sec. 92, 10483(169:1755-1800)
    >>Sections 30.8(8) and 30.9(6) see Copyright--Ephemeral recordings/pre-recorded recordings
    >>See also Copyright--Transfer of media; Internet--Cable/satellite signals

Copyright Act (amdt.)(Bill C-48)--Minister of Canadian Heritage (Copps)

Copyright Act (amdt.--Minister)(Bill C-337)--Gagnon, C.

Copyright Board

    >>Canadian Heritage Department, assuming jurisdiction, Bloc Quebecois position, 2972(46:1505)
    >>>S.O. 31, 2962(46:1410)
    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Industry Department

Coquitlam, BC see Official languages policy (Bilingualism)--French immersion programs

Coral see Marine conservation areas--Trawling

Corbeil, Pierre see Liberal Party--Donations

Corcoran, Bill

    >>Veteran, former town councillor, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 295-6(7:1400)

COREM (Mineral Research Consortium) see Mining industry--Quebec

Cormorant helicopter see Search and rescue--Labrador helicopter

Corn feed see Genetically modified organisms (GMOs)--Starlink corn feed

Corner Brook, NF see Forest industry--Forest capital of Canada

Cornwall, ON see Farm income crisis--Protests

Corporal punishment (spanking) see Children--Discipline

Corporate concentration see Book-publishing industry; Globalization, global economy/marketplace; Media

Corporate governance see Health care system--Accountability

Corporate income tax

    >>Capital cost allowance
    >>>Accelerating, o.q., 10766(175:1440)
    >>>Reform, 8237(131:1345)
    >>Deductions, fines, penalties, Supreme Court of Canada ruling, 10671(173:1715)
    >>>Documents, M. for Production of Papers (Martin, Pat), withdrawn, agreed to, 9595(155:1555)
    >>>o.q., 10650(173:1440)
    >>>qu., 9712-3(157:1205)
    >>>See also Income Tax Act (amdt.)(Bill C-447)
    >>Federal provincial tax rate, reduction, internationally competitive, 2290(37:1255), 3916(60:1010)
    >>International comparison, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries, United States, etc., 1446(25:1035), 2089(34:1100), 2295(37:1325), 2320(37:1600), 2322(37:1615), 3975(61:1320), 7789(123:1735), 9696(157:1030), 9714(157:1210)
    >>>o.q., 951-2(17:1415), 1321(23:1420), 1827(32:1420), 1908(32:1420), 1981-2(33:1445), 4707(73:1445), 4785(74:1435), 6842(107:1450-5)
    >>International competitiveness, 3860(59:1250), 10945(178:1550)
    >>Large corporations not paying
    >>>New Democratic Party claim, 924(17:1120-5), 10898(177:1335)
    >>>o.q., 4353(67:1440)
    >>Reduction, 12(2:1530), 176(5:1320), 213(6:1350), 231-2(6:1520-5), 2094(34:1135), 2290(37:1255), 3860(59:1250), 3916(60:1010), 8195(130:1715), 8981(144:1255-1300), 10980(179:1105-10)
    >>>o.q., 10766(175:1440)
    >>>Acceleration, o.q., 951(17:1415)
    >>>Budget 2001 measures, 8805(141:1210)
    >>>>Lack, 8095(129:1105-10)
    >>>Mining and oil and gas industries excluded, 28% rather than 21%, 8463-4(134:1710-5)
    >>>Returns, profits, increase, relationship, 2847(44:1335)
    >>>United States, comparison, 8232(131:1310), 9601(155:1645)
    >>>>o.q., 9193(148:1415-20)
    >>>See also Banks and financial institutions; Income Tax Amendments Act, 2000 (Bill C-22); Mining industry
    >>Reform, Mintz Report recommendations, 3947(60:1315), 8096(129:1120)
    >>Share of tax burden, personal income tax ratio, decline, increasing, 2951(46:1250)
    >>United States comparison, 2321(37:1615), 8842(141:1625)
    >>>o.q., 9654-5(156:1420), 9656(156:1430), 12039(197:1450)
    >>>See also Corporate income tax--International comparison--Reduction
    >>See also Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC)--Profits/income tax paid; Energy industry; Executive salaries; Farm Credit Corporation--Income and capital taxes; Income tax--Provincial income tax, Federal government collecting, Progressive Conservative government (Mulroney) case; Oil and gas industry--Tax surtax; Oil sands; Small and medium business--Income tax

Corporate mergers

    >>Monopolies, preventing, 351(8:1515), 6544-52(101:1710-805), 7735-42(123:1105-200), 9169-73(148:1100-35)
    >>>See also Competition Act (amdt.)(Bill C-248)
    >>See also Air Canada--Canadian Airlines purchase/merger; Airlines--Decline of industry, Bankruptcies and takeovers; Banks and financial institutions--Mergers; EnCana Corporation; Rail transportation/railways--Mergers

Corporate ownership see Agriculture

Corporate tax freedom day see Taxation--Tax freedom day

Corporate welfare see Agricultural subsidies; Automobile industry--Government grants; Government grants and contributions--Business receiving; Technology Partnerships Canada--Loans/investments

Corporation de développement communautaire Drummond

    >>Infrastructure Canada Program funding, job creation, etc., S.O. 31, 12525(203:1405)

Corporations

    >>Board of directors, committees, residency requirement, reducing, 3864(59:1320), 3866(59:1330-5), 4881(76:1205)
    >>>Exemptions, 3855(59:1215), 4882(76:1210)
    >>>See also Canada Business Corporations Act and Canada Cooperatives Act (amdt.)(Bill S-11)
    >>Canada Business Corporations Act, amending
    >>>25 years since last amendment, 3855(59:1210), 3856(59:1220), 3863-4(59:1315-20), 3868(59:1345), 4881-2(76:1205-10)
    >>>Broadbent commission, bypassing, 3864(59:1320), 3866(59:1330-5)
    >>>Consultations, 4881(76:1205)
    >>>>Citizens groups, lack, 3864(59:1320)
    >>>Purpose, 3853(59:1205), 3855-6(59:1215-20), 4881-2(76:1205-10)
    >>>Re-introduction, Canada Business Corporations Act and Canada Cooperatives Act (amdt.)(Bill S-19)(36th Parl., 2nd Sess.)
    >>>>Consultations, 3855(59:1215), 4882(76:1210)
    >>>>Improvements, 3854(59:1205), 3855(59:1215), 4882(76:1210)
    >>>Statutory review, including, 3868(59:1345-50)
    >>>See also Canada Business Corporations Act and Canada Cooperatives Act (amdt.)(Bill S-11)
    >>Chief Executive Officers, salary increases
    >>>o.q., 4353(67:1440)
    >>>S.O. 31, 6880(108:1110)
    >>Competition
    >>>Educated workforce, importance, 3859(59:1245)
    >>>Global, increase, 3854-5(59:1210-5), 3859(59:1245), 4882(76:1210)
    >>>See also Canada Business Corporations Act and Canada Cooperatives Act (amdt.)(Bill S-11)
    >>Criminal liability see Occupational health and safety--Deaths, Gross negligence
    >>Dispute settlement tribunal
    >>>Establishing, 3862(59:1310)
    >>>United States, Security Exchange Commission (SEC), 3862(59:1305-10)
    >>Environmental, natural resources abuse, profits, increase, 3860(59:1250)
    >>Executive salaries see Executive salaries
    >>Financial assistance transactions, provisions, eliminating, 3856(59:1220)
    >>>See also Canada Business Corporations Act and Canada Cooperatives Act (amdt.)(Bill S-11)
    >>Head offices, decline, 11628(189:1845)
    >>Human rights, preserving, economic benefits, 2390(37:2400)
    >>Innovation, technology, embracing, 3854-5(59:1210-5), 3864(59:1320), 4882-3(59:1215)
    >>Insider trading
    >>>Civil liability, imposing, 3856(59:1215)
    >>>Federal-provincial duplication, eliminating, 3856(59:1215), 4882(59:1215)
    >>>Fines, increase, 3856(59:1215), 4882(59:1215)
    >>International standards, setting, 3854(59:1210)
    >>>See also Canada Business Corporations Act and Canada Cooperatives Act (amdt.)(Bill S-11)
    >>Law, compliance, informing shareholders, 3866(59:1330), 3867(59:1340)
    >>Liability, corporate responsibilities for directors, officers, shareholders, defining, 3854(59:1210), 4881(76:1205)
    >>>Civil, 3864(59:1325)
    >>>Due diligence defence replacing good faith reliance defence, 3855(59:1215), 3864(59:1320), 4882(76:1210)
    >>>Modified proportionate liability replacing joint and several liability regime, 3855(59:1215), 4882(59:1210-5)
    >>>Shareholders accepting, transfer under shareholders' agreement, 3855(59:1215), 4882(59:1215)
    >>>See also Canada Business Corporations Act and Canada Cooperatives Act (amdt.)(Bill S-11); Corporations--Insider trading, Civil liability; Westray Mine disaster--Deaths due to gross negligence
    >>Mergers, 3860(59:1250)
    >>>Foreign subsidiaries, acquiring shares, regulations, 3855(59:1215), 4882(76:1210)
    >>>>See also Canada Business Corporations Act and Canada Cooperatives Act (amdt.)(Bill S-11)
    >>>Review process, inadequate, 8023(127:1320-5)
    >>Price fixing
    >>>Preventing, etc., 8023(127:1320)
    >>>See also Oil and gas industry
    >>Production costs, lowering, employee lay-offs, salary caps, cheap labour, 3860(59:1245-50)
    >>Regulations, federal-provincial duplication, eliminating, 3854-5(59:1210-5), 4881-2(76:1205-15)
    >>>See also Canada Business Corporations Act and Canada Cooperatives Act (amdt.)(Bill S-11); Corporations--Insider trading
    >>Shareholder activism, 3860-2(59:1255-305), 3863(59:1315)
    >>Shareholders' rights, improving, 3855(59:1215), 3864(59:1320), 3867(59:1340)
    >>>Communication participation, methods, increase, 3854(59:1210), 3865(59:1330), 4881(76:1205), 4882(59:1215)
    >>>Decision making, increase, 3856(59:1220)
    >>>Proposals, 3865(59:1325-30), 4883(59:1215)
    >>>>Attempts, 3862-3(59:1310)
    >>>>Minimum shares, omission, 3862(59:1310)
    >>>>Submitting, United States, comparison, examples, 3862(59:1305)
    >>>United States comparison, 3865-6(59:1330)
    >>>Watchdog group, establishing, 3866(59:1330)
    >>>See also Canada Business Corporations Act and Canada Cooperatives Act (amdt.)(Bill S-11); Corporations--Law--Liability
    >>Takeover bids, provincial law, applying, 3856(59:1220), 4882(59:1215)
    >>>See also Canada Business Corporations Act and Canada Cooperatives Act (amdt.)(Bill S-11)
    >>Transnational/multinational corporations
    >>>Democracy, autonomy, threatening, 318-20(7:1615-20), 321(7:1630), 1696(29:1205-10), 9354(151:1330-5)
    >>>Government tax expenditures, 8781(140:1720)
    >>>International studies, 319(7:1620)
    >>>Minimum global tax, imposing, 405(9:1240)
    >>>Powers over trade deals, returning to people/government, 404-5(9:1235-40), 974(17:1640)
    >>>Price fixing cartels, 40 convictions under Competition Act, 3528(54:1020)
    >>>See also Employment; Forest industry--British Columbia, Grade setting; Genetically modified organisms (GMOs)--Seeds; HIV/AIDS--Developing countries, access to drugs; Multilateral Agreement on Investment (MAI); Pesticides
    >>See also Canada Business Corporations Act and Canada Cooperatives Act (amdt.)(Bill S-11); Free Trade Area of the Americas--Secrecy; Summit of the Americas (April 2001, Quebec City, QC); Taxation--Reform

Corpus Christi Parish

    >>Thunder Bay, ON, 50th anniversary, S.O. 31, 5547(85:1400)

Correctional Investigator of Canada

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Solicitor General Department
    >>See also Penitentiary inmates--Women inmates

Correctional officers see Penitentiaries--Drug smuggling/trafficking--Drumheller Institution

Correctional Service of Canada

    >>Administrative position, competition poster, employment opportunity based on race, discriminatory, 1109(20:1200), 1360-1(23:1830-5)
    >>>Tabling, request, 1249(22:1500)
    >>>o.q., 1107(20:1150)
    >>Board of Management, 11057(180:1535)
    >>>See also Corrections and Conditional Release Act (amdt.--Board of Management to oversee operations of Correctional Service of Canada)(Bill C-458)
    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Solicitor General Department
    >>Hong Kong delegation, visit, memorandum of understanding, S.O. 31, 9407(152:1100)
    >>See also Government grants and contributions-Holland College National sex offender registry--Rights; Sentences (convicted criminals)--Murderers; Victims of crime--Lawsuits

Corrections and Conditional Release Act (amdt.)(Bill C-470)--Sorenson

    >>First reading, 11997(196:1205)
    >>See also Parole/parolees--Conditional release system

Corrections and Conditional Release Act (amdt.--Board of Management to oversee operations of Correctional Service of Canada)(Bill C-458)--Bonin

    >>First reading, 11057(180:1535)
    >>See also Correctional Service of Canada

Corrections and Conditional Release Act (amdt.--disclosure of certain information about offenders)(Bill C-459)--Bonin

    >>First reading, 11057(180:1535)
    >>See also Penitentiary inmates--Security classifications--Transfers

Corrections and Conditional Release Act (amdt.--Office of Victims Ombudsman)(Bill C-457)--Bonin

    >>First reading, 11057(180:1535)
    >>See also Victims of crime--Rights

Corrections and Conditional Release Act (amdt.--parole hearings)(Bill C-405)--Cadman

    >>First reading, 6555-6(102:1005)
    >>See also Parole/parolees--Hearings

Corrections and Conditional Release Act (amdt.--sentencing judge to determine level of security of incarceration of inmate for first third of sentence)(Bill C-412)--MacKay

    >>First reading, 7218(113:1205)
    >>See also Sentences (convicted criminals)--Level of security

Corrections and Conditional Release Act (amdt.--statutory release granted when earned and subject to mandatory supervision)(Bill C-252)--Stinson

    >>First reading, 381(9:1005), 9974-81(161:1730-820)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 9981(161:1825)
    >>See also Parole/parolees--Statutory release

Corrections and Conditional Release Act (amdt.--truth in sentencing)(Bill C-467)--Vellacott

    >>First reading, 1885(194:1510)
    >>See also Parole/parolees--Conditional release system

Corrections and Conditional Release Act (amdt.--withdrawal of application for full parole by offenders serving two or more years)(Bill C-233)--Cadman

    >>First reading, 260-1(7:1010)
    >>Second reading, 1485-94(26:1100-55)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 1494(26:1155)
    >>See also Parole/parolees--Applications

Corrigendum see Hansard

Corruption see Liberal government (Chrétien)

Corvettes see Defence equipment--Military helicopters

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

Cosgrove, Stanley

    >>Painter, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 1101(179:1405)

Cost recovery see Government departments, boards, agencies and commissions

Costa Rica

    >>English language training, small businesses providing to employees, 6570(102:1215), 6571(102:1220)
    >>Labour rights, lack, 6565(102:1130), 6582(102:1345), 6597(102:1510)
    >>Social housing programs, Canadian companies role, 5731(88:1305)
    >>Textile exports to United States, World Trade Organization (WTO) ruling, 5751(89:1215)
    >>See also Canada-Costa Rica Free Trade Agreement; Foreign investment--Canadian investment abroad; Sugar industry; Summit of the Americas (April 2001, Quebec City, QC)--Democracy

Costs of Kyoto--What we Know see Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)--Reducing, Costs

Côté, Jean Claude see Artiste pour la Paix 2001

Côté, Louis-Philipe see House of Commons--Lawyers

Côté, Raymond see Synchronized swimming--Synchro Canada

Cotler, Irwin (Lib.--Mount Royal)

    >>Aboriginal land claims, 171(5:1245)
    >>Aboriginal peoples/communities, 171(5:1245), 8452(134:1555), 12507(203:2250)
    >>Access to Information Act, 7574(119:1605)
    >>Afghanistan, Committee take note, M. (Eggleton), 8398-9(133:2400-5)
    >>Africa, S.O. 31, 12995(211:1100)
    >>Air pollution/smog, 9489(153:1740)
    >>Air transportation security, 11142(181:1610)
    >>Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36), 6249(95:2150-5), 7574-5(119:1605-10)
    >>Biological and chemical weapons/terrorism, 11141(181:1605)
    >>Budget 2001, 9489(153:1740)
    >>>M. for approval (Martin, Paul), 8452-4(134:1555-605)
    >>Budget Implementation Act, 2001 (Bill C-49), 9489-91(153:1740-50)
    >>Burma, S.O. 31, 4216(65:1105)
    >>Canada Foundation for Innovation, 8452(134:1555)
    >>Canada Foundation For Sustainable Development Technology, 9490(153:1740)
    >>Canada Health Act, 12596(203:2245)
    >>Canada millennium scholarships, 8452(134:1555)
    >>Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, S.O. 31, 10493(170:1410)
    >>Canadian Foundation for Climate Change and Atmospheric Sciences, 9490(153:1740)
    >>Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, 8453(134:1600)
    >>Canadian Institute for Health Information, 8453(1234:1600)
    >>Canadian Institutes of Health Research, 8453(134:1600)
    >>Children, 170-1(5:1245)
    >>Children's Miracle Network, 2771(43:1410)
    >>China, 172(5:1255)
    >>>S.O. 31, 153(5:1105), 3142(48:1410-5)
    >>Climate Change Action Fund, 9490(153:1740)
    >>Colombia, S.O. 31, 1763(30:1100), 4897(76:1355-400)
    >>Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada (Romanow), 12596(203L2245)
    >>Contaminated sites, 9490(153:1740)
    >>Discrimination and racism, S.O. 31, 101(4:1400-5), 10595-6(172:1105)
    >>Drought, 9490(153:1745)
    >>Drugs and pharmaceuticals, 12596(203:2245)
    >>Early Childhood Development initiative, 8452(134:1555)
    >>Education, 8452(134:1555), 8453(134:1600-5)
    >>Energy, 9490(153:1745)
    >>Energy conservation/efficiency, 9490:153:1740)
    >>Environment, 9489-90(153:1740)
    >>Exchange programs, 8452(134:1555)
    >>Foreign Affairs and International Trade Standing Committee, 11384-5(185:1510)
    >>Forest industry, 9490(153:1740)
    >>Free trade, S.O. 31, 9360(151:1410)
    >>Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming), 9490-1(153:1745)
    >>Hanukkah, S.O. 31, 8056-7(128:1405)
    >>Hate crimes, 170(5:1240-5)
    >>Health, 12597(203:2250)
    >>Health care funding, 12596(203:2245), 12597(203:2250)
    >>Health care providers, 12596(203:2245), 12597(203:2250)
    >>Health care system, House take note, M. (Boudria), 12596-7(203:2245-55)
    >>Holocaust Remembrance Day, S.O. 31, 10133(164:1410)
    >>Home care, 12596(203:2245)
    >>Human rights, 170-2(5:1240-55)
    >>International Criminal Court, 171(5:1245-50)
    >>>S.O. 31, 526(11:1410), 7158(112:1410), 7894(125:1405-10), 9652(156:1405), 10232-3(165:1405)
    >>International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, S.O. 31, 7493(118:1405)
    >>Internet, 170(5:1240-5), 8452(134:1555)
    >>Internet crime, 170(5:1245)
    >>Israel, S.O. 31, 3207(49:1400), 7831-2(124:1410), 9360(151:1410), 10493(170:1410)
    >>Le Concours Rousseau International Law Competition, S.O. 31, 11488(187:1100)
    >>Mandela, Nelson
    >>>M. (McCallum), 4999(77:1550)
    >>>S.O. 31, 7257(114:1405)
    >>Middle East conflict
    >>>M. to adjourn under S.O. 52 (Lalonde), 10203-5(164:2300-10)
    >>>S.O. 31, 12836(208:1410)
    >>Middle East peace process, S.O. 31, 1634(28:1400), 3607(55:1105-10), 4982-3(77:1410), 10553(171:1355)
    >>National missile defence system, petitions, 4229(65:1205)
    >>National Research Council (NRC), 8453(134:1600)
    >>National security, 11141-2(181:1605)
    >>Networks of Centres of Excellence, 8453(134:1600)
    >>Olympic and paralympic games, 2008 summer games, S.O. 31, 4166-7(64:1400)
    >>Pest Control Products Act (Bill C-53), 12663-4(205:1320-5)
    >>Pesticides, 12663-4(205:1320-5)
    >>>Petitions, 4229(65:1205)
    >>Procedure, Committees, Parliamentary, 11385(185:1510)
    >>Public safety, 11142-3(181:1605-10)
    >>Public Safety Act, 2002 (Bill C-55), 11141-3(181:1605-10)
    >>Raoul Wallenberg Day
    >>>o.q., 4662(72:1440-5)
    >>>S.O. 31, 4699-700(73:1405)
    >>References
    >>>Hebrew, speaking, 3207(49:1400)
    >>>See also China--Human rights violations; Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting, Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36)
    >>Renewable energy, 9490(153:1740)
    >>Research and development, 8452-3(134:1155-605)
    >>Sirota, Rabbi Israel, S.O. 31, 6318-9(97:1405)
    >>Species at risk (endangered species), 9490(153:1740), 9491(153:1745)
    >>Sri lanka, S.O. 31, 1098(20:1105)
    >>Sudan, S.O. 31, 817(15:1105)
    >>Tax reductions, 8453(134:1605)
    >>Terrorism/terrorists, 5410-2(82:2305-15), 6249(95:2150-5), 7574-5(119:1601-5)
    >>>Committee take note, M. (Boudria), 6143-5(94:2335-40)
    >>>S.O. 31, 5549(85:1405), 6253-4(96:1415), 6414-5(99:1405), 7831-2(124:1410), 9457(153:1355)
    >>Throne Speech, Address in Reply, M. (Macklin), 170-2(5:1240-55)
    >>Torture, 170(5:1245)
    >>Toxic/hazardous waste, 9489(153:1740)
    >>trade agreements, 12597(203:2250)
    >>Turkey, S.O. 31, 5079(78:1410)
    >>United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Committee take note, M. (Boudria), 5410-2(82:2305-15)
    >>Universities and colleges, 8453(134:1600)
    >>University research, 8452-3(134:1555-600)
    >>Vietnam, S.O. 31, 1037(19:1405), 4835(75:1100)
    >>Weisstub, David N., S.O. 31, 10450(169:1400)
    >>Wind energy, 9490(153:1740)
    >>Women, 171(5:1245)
    >>World Press Freedom Day, S.O. 31, 11122(181:1400)
    >>Zimbabwe
    >>>o.q., 8483(135:1445)
    >>>S.O. 31, 12876(209:1415)

Council for Canadian Unity

    >>Poll results, federal treatment of provinces, poor, 3556(54:1345)
    >>Propaganda/partisan activities, taxpayer funded, Bloc Quebecois condemning
    >>>Internet site, "The New Federalists", funding anonymously, error, o.q., 4839-40(75:1120)
    >>>Reception invitation, refusal, S.O. 31, 4217(65:1110)

Council of Canadians see Free Trade Area of the Americas--Barlow; North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)--Investor-state dispute settlement provisions; Summit of the Americas (April 2001, Quebec City, QC)--Protests, Civil disobedience, Workshops; Trade agreements

Council of Europe see Members of Parliament--Code of Conduct; Terrorism/terrorists--Intolerance; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks

Council of Yukon First Nations see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Indian Affairs and Northern Development Department

Council on Drug Abuse see Impaired driving--Ignition interlock system

Counter-espionage see Immigrants--Terrorists

Counterfeiting see Currency--Printing of bills

Counterterrorism see Terrorism/terrorists

Countervailing duties see Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute

Country of origin see Agricultural products--Labelling

Country Roads: The Story of South Easthope see South Easthope, ON

Courier companies see Canada Post Corporation; Foot and mouth disease--Preventing, Mail sorting plants

Courier services see Canada Post Corporation

Courrier de Saint-Hyacinthe, Le

    >>150th anniversary, S.O. 31, 11944(195:1405)

Court cases see Metalclad Corporation; North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)--Investor-state dispute settlement provisions

Court Martial Court of Canada see Courts Administration Service--Establishment

Court system

Court transcripts see Justice system

Courtenay, BC see Mark R. Isfeld Secondary School

Courts Administration Service

Courts Administration Service Act (Bill C-30)--Minister of Justice (McLellan)

    >>First reading, 5215(80:1005)
    >>Second reading, 5795-800(89:1755-825), 5915-24(91:1510-630), agreed to, 5924(91:1630)
    >>Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, 5924(91:1630)
    >>>Reported, with amdts., 8177(130:1510)
    >>Report stage, concurrence, agreed to, 9131(147:1000)
    >>Third reading, 9131-6(147:1005-50), agreed to, 9136(147:1050), passed.
    >>Royal Assent, 10057(162A:1140) Chap. 8, S.C. 2002
    >>See also Courts Administration Service

Courts see Parliament

Cousineau report see Groupe de réflexion sur les pesticides en milieu urbain (Cousineau)

Coutts, Jim

    >>Liberal Party member, Order of Canada recipient, S.O. 31, 7831(124:1405)

Covillion, David see Marijuana--Medical use, Examples

Coyote light armoured vehicle see Afghanistan--United States/United Kingdom special anti-terrorism operations, Canadian Armed Forces participation

CP Air see Air Canada--Privatization

CPAC see Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)

CPAWS see Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS)

CPIC see Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC)

CPP see Canada Pension Plan (CPP)

CPR see Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CPR)

CPSIN see Canada Public Safety Information Network (CPSIN)

Crab fishery

    >>Government actions, boats, licences, buyback, fishers, plant employees, unemployment, creating, 4747-8(73:1930-5)
    >>>Aboriginal fishery factor, 8424(134:1250), 8425(134:1255)
    >>>S.O. 31, 3560(54:1410)
    >>Quota, setting, solidarity fund contributions, relationship
    >>>o.q., 2914-5(45:1140-5)
    >>>Processing plants, shutting down, employment insurance gap, government strategy, 12069-70(197:1845-50)
    >>>>o.q., 11671(190:1445)
    >>Snow crab, zone by zone management, licences, granting, upgrade from permits
    >>>Canso and Mulgrave, NS, consideration, request, o.q., 10603(172:1145-50)
    >>>o.q., 6887(108:1145)
    >>>S.O. 31, 819(15:1110)
    >>Spider crab, utilization,, pilot project, Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec, contribution, S.O. 31, 12182(199:1410)

Cranberry bogs see Wetlands--Codd Island Wetland

Cranbrook, BC see Government expenditures--Projects

Crasdale Farms

    >>Master breeder award, receiving, congratulating, S.O. 31, 4392(68:1400-5)

Crawley, F.R.

    >>Filmmaker, The Man Who Skied Down Everest, Academy Award, 25th anniversary, S.O. 31, 2529(39:1400)

Credentials see Immigrants

Credit

    >>Micro credit, providing to low-income earners for small business/income generation purposes, 4947(77:1015)
    >>>See also Micro Credit Act (Bill C-385)
    >>See also Farmers/farms;

Credit bureaus see Credit records

Credit Card Charge Adjustment Act (Bill C-427)--White, T.

    >>First reading, 8520-1(136:1025)
    >>See also Credit cards--Charges for goods not supplied or defective

Credit cards

    >>Advances, unsolicited, Bank of Nova Scotia sending to senior citizens, etc., 514(11:1245), 541(11:1530)
    >>Banks and financial institutions specializing in, BNA and Capital One Corporation examples, etc., 510(11:1215)
    >>Banks exclusive right to issue, 548(11:1635)
    >>Charges for goods not supplied or defective, credit card companies responsibilities, 8520-1(136:1025)
    >>>See also Credit Card Charge Adjustment Act (Bill C-427)
    >>Financial Consumer Agency of Canada role, o.q., 9544(154:1445)
    >>Interest charges on funds not yet advanced to vendors, o.q., 9544(154:1445)
    >>Interest rates
    >>>High level, Bank of Canada rate, gap, 9377-8(151:1555)
    >>>>o.q., 8010-1(127:1150)
    >>>Reducing, government asking/instructing banks, 9377-8(151:1555)
    >>>>o.q., 5911-2(91:1445-50), 6732(1095:1440), 7094(111:1435-40), 7610-1(120:1445), 9544(154:1445)
    >>Low cost, o.q., 9366(151:1440)
    >>See also Air transportation security--Increase, Passenger information

Credit insurance see Export Development Corporation (EDC); Shipbuilding industry--New policy framework, Structured financing facility

Credit ombudsman

    >>Establishing, 260(7:1010)
    >>>See also Credit Ombudsman Act (Bill C-231)

Credit Ombudsman Act (Bill C-231)--Nystrom

    >>First reading, 259(7:1010)
    >>>See also Credit ombudsman--Establishing

Credit rating see National debt

Credit records

    >>Release, institutions informing individuals before providing information to credit grantors or credit bureaus, 4536(70:1210)
    >>>See also Consumer Credit Information Act (Bill C-367)

Credit Union Award for Community Economic Development see Saskatoon Credit Union

Credit Union Central of Canada see Farm Credit Corporation--Amendments

Credit unions/caisses populaires

    >>Competition with banks, etc., increasing, 502(11:1110-5), 519(11:1320), 539(11:1520)
    >>Desjardins Movement, role, importance, 2576(40:1315-20), 2604(41:1310)
    >>Insurance sales, allowing, 2604-5(41:1320)
    >>National financial institution, establishing, amending financial services legislation (Bill C-8), 2276-7(37:1115-25)
    >>National service entity, establishing, interprovincial services, etc., 502(11:1115), 514(11:1245), 548(11:1625), 2604(41:1310)
    >>Pension funds, government, investing in, Quebec example, 2604(41:1315)
    >>Poor, assisting, former British Columbia Premier glen Clark idea, 507(11:1155)
    >>Powers, increasing, 2567(40:1215), 2568(40:1220)
    >>Restructuring, flexibility, providing, MacKay task force recommendations, etc., 2274(37:1100-5), 2280(37:1145), 2281-2(37:1155-200), 2546(40:1005), 2549(40:1035), 2571(40:1240-5)
    >>Role, increasing, 545(11:1600), 546(11:1605), 554-5(11:1710), 2576(40:1315-20), 2603-5(41:1310-25)
    >>Signing officers see Passports--Guarnators
    >>Small and medium business, role, 2604(41:1310-5)
    >>See also Assiniboine Credit Union; Banks and financial institutions--Branch closures; Co-operative banks; National Co-Op Week

Credit Valley Hospital see Energy Innovators Initiative

Creditors see Bankruptcy--Workers wages

Cree bilingual school see Aboriginal peoples/communities--Education, Eastwood Community School

Cree of James Bay see James Bay Cree

Cree-Quebec agreement see Aboriginal self-government

Crête, Paul (BQ--Kamouraska--Rivière-du-Loup--Témiscouata--Les Basques)