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Creuso, Maurizio

Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease see Brain tissue; Mad cow disease


    >>Break and enters, incidences, increase, 2140-1(34:1640-5)
    >>>S.O. 31, 1100(20:1110-5)
    >>>Anti-gang legislation, 717(13:1710)
    >>>Balanced approach, Throne Speech statement, 14(2:1530)
    >>>Priorities, public and government, differences, 1607-8(27:1545-50), 2136-8(34:1600-15), 2146(34:1720)
    >>>Priority in light of focus on events of September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in United States, o.q., 8597(137:1155)
    >>Not reported, public disillusioned with justice system, relationship, 706(13:1540)
    >>Root/systemic causes (poverty, poor health, etc.), 725(13:1805), 3196-7(49:1235-45), 8563(136:1615), 8569(136:1700)
    >>Tough on crime/just, opposition/government approach, 77-8(4:1115-20)
    >>See also Diplomatic immunity--Foreign nationals; Drug and substance abuse; Drummondville, QC--Description; Embassies and consulates--Foreign missions in Canada; Law enforcement officials--Illegal acts committed in course of investigations; Mafia; Marijuana; Money laundering; Organized crime; Terrorism/terrorists--Hoaxes; Victims of crime

Crime prevention

    >>Community policing
    >>>Impact, 716(13:1700)
    >>>Saskatoon Police Force initiative, S.O. 31, 4655(72:1405)
    >>Community projects
    >>>British Columbia, $2.6 million funding S.O. 31, 2553(40:1105)
    >>>o.q., 7376(116:1450)
    >>>York West constituency, funding, S.O. 31, 4346(67:1400-5)
    >>Focus, federal-provincial-territorial co-operation, Throne Speech statement, 14(2:1530), 274(7:1135), 374(8:1750)
    >>Government measures, 1611(27:1610)
    >>>Inadequacy, 1607(27:1545)
    >>>o.q., 9147(147:1150)
    >>Local community capacity, strengthening, Throne Speech commitment, 14(2:1530)
    >>National strategy
    >>>o.q., 4178(64:1455), 7376(116:1450)
    >>>Projects/programs qu., 10606-7(172:1205)
    >>Social cause of crime, combatting, 2247(36:1645)

Crime rate

Crime Stoppers

    >>Volunteer organization, recognition, special day, establishing, 5325(82:1005)
    >>>See also National Crime Stoppers' Day Act (Bill C-395)

Crimes against humanity

    >>Definition, including acts of terrorism, o.q., 5289(81:1425)
    >>Perpetrators, trial before International Criminal Court, petitions, 10940(178:1580)
    >>See also Cambodia--Human rights violations; Diplomatic immunity; Holocaust Memorial Day Act (Bill C-214); International Criminal Court--Purpose; Terrorism/terrorists; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks; Yugoslavia--Milosevic

Criminal accountability

    >>Age limit see Young Offenders Act (amdt.)(Bill C-256); Youth justice system--Age of criminal accountability
    >>High-ranking officials, special prosecutors, appointing, 63(3:1815-20)

Criminal charges see Public Service--Financial Administration Act violations

Criminal Code

    >>Changes, documents explaining, Justice Department providing, 6330(97:1510)
    >>Mental disorders provisions review see Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee
    >>Omnibus bill, Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15) see Justice system--Updating
    >>Recruitment of children to commit crimes, specific provision, establishing, 1010(18:1515)
    >>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.--recruitment of children and swarming)(Bill C-275)
    >>Review, 10264(165:1740-5)
    >>Section 43 see Children--Discipline
    >>Section 725 (faint hope clause)
    >>>Repeal, S.O. 31, 9022(145:1415)
    >>>See also Parole/parolees--Murderers
    >>Swarming, specific provision, establishing, 1010(18:1515)
    >>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.--recruitment of children and swarming)(Bill C-275)
    >>See also Abortion--Rights of the unborn; Anti-Terrorism Act (Bill C-36); Capital punishment--Reinstating; Cellular telephones; Child pornography--Possession; Cruelty to animals--Legislation (Bill C-15); Hate crimes--Sexual orientation; Hate propaganda--Deletion--Mischief offence; Health care providers--Abortion and euthanasia; Impaired driving--Ignition interlock systems; Occupational health and safety--Deaths, Gross negligence; Terrorism/terrorists, combatting; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Islamic/Arab/Muslim communities; Veterans' medals

Criminal Code (amdt.)(Bill C-246)--Vellacott

    >>First reading, 351(8:1510)
    >>See also Health care providers--Abortion and euthanasia

Criminal Code (amdt.)(Bill C-302)--Thompson, M.

    >>First reading, 1838(31:1515)
    >>See also Sentences (convicted criminals)--Aboriginal status of offender

Criminal Code (amdt.)(Bill C-368)--Harb

    >>First reading, 4592(71:1500)
    >>See also Prostitution--Legal place of business

Criminal Code (amdt.--abduction)(Bill C-251)--Cadman

    >>First reading, 381(9:1005)
    >>See also Child prostitution--Abduction

Criminal Code (amdt.--alcohol ignition interlock device programs)(Bill C-46)--Minister of Justice (McLellan)

    >>First reading, 7906(125:1515)
    >>Second reading, 7995-8000(127:1000-55), 8014-9(127:1205-55), agreed to, 8019(127:1255)
    >>Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee referral, 8019(127:1255)
    >>Deemed referred to Committee of the Whole, reported without amdt., concurred in at report stage, read third time, by unanimous consent, 8019(127:1255), passed.
    >>Royal Assent, 8295(132A: 1705). Chap. 37, S.C. 2001
    >>See also Impaired driving--Ignition interlock system

Criminal Code (amdt.--arrest without warrant)(Bill C-353)--Thompson, M.

    >>First reading, 4312(67:1010)
    >>See also Parole/parolees--Violations of conditions

Criminal Code (amdt.--attempting to disarm a peace officer)(Bill C-257)--MacKay

    >>First reading, 482(10:1215)
    >>See also Police--Disarming

Criminal Code (amdt.--bail for those charged with violent offences)(Bill C-387)--Thompson, M.

    >>First reading, 4947(77:1015)
    >>See also Justice system--Bail

Criminal Code (amdt.--blood alcohol content)(Bill C-464)--Cadman

    >>First reading, 11602(189:1525)
    >>See also Impaired driving--Blood alcohol content

Criminal Code (amdt.--breach of a conditional sentence order)(Bill C-424)--MacKay

    >>First reading, 8488(135:1520)
    >>See also Sentences (convicted criminals)--Conditional sentences

Criminal Code (amdt.--breaking and entering)(Bill C-290)--Obhrai

    >>First reading, 1363(24:1005)
    >>Second reading, 3427-35(52:1755-855)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 3435(52:1855)
    >>See also Sentences (convicted criminals)--Break and enter

Criminal Code (amdt.--breaking and entering)(Bill C-386)--Obhrai

    >>First reading, 4947(77:1015)
    >>Second reading, 11620-6(189:1740-1830)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 11626(189:1830)
    >>See also Sentences (convicted criminals)--Break and enter

Criminal Code (amdt.--conditional sentences)(Bill C-238)--Hill, J.

    >>First reading, 261-2(7:1015)
    >>See also Sentences (convicted criminals)--Conditional sentences

Criminal Code (amdt.--consecutive sentence for use of firearm in commission of offence)(Bill C-398)--Pankiw

    >>First reading, 5627(87:1000)
    >>See also Gun control/guns--Crime

Criminal Code (amdt.--criminal liability of corporations, directors and officers)(Bill C-242)--McDonough

    >>First reading, 350(8:1505-10)
    >>See also Occupational health and safety--Deaths, Gross negligence

Criminal Code (amdt.--cruelty to animals and firearms) and Firearms Act (amdt.)(Bill C-15B)--Minister of Justice (McLellan)(Cauchon)

Criminal Code (amdt.--dangerous child sexual predators)(Bill C-396)--Hanger

    >> First reading, 5517(85:1005)
    >>See also Sex offenders/pedophiles--Violent sexual predators, Carrie's Guardian Angel Law

Criminal Code (amdt.--dangerous offender)(Bill C-352)--Thompson, M.

    >>First reading, 4311-2(67:1010)
    >>See also Dangerous offenders--Designation

Criminal Code (amdt.--desecration of the Canadian Flag)(Bill C-330)--Speller

Criminal Code (amdt.--destruction of national flag)(Bill C-429)--Cannis

    >>First reading, 8679(139:1005)
    >>Second reading, 10363-8(168:1100-45)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 10368(168:1145)
    >>See also Canadian flag; National flag

Criminal Code (amdt.--destruction or desecration of national flag)(Bill C-426)--Bailey

    >>First reading, 8489(135:1520)
    >>See also Canadian flag

Criminal Code (amdt.--firefighters)(Bill C-419)--Pratt

    >>First reading, 8013(127:1205)
    >>See also Firefighters/emergency response personnel--Death or injury

Criminal Code (amdt.--forfeiture of property relating to child pornography crimes)(Bill C-247)--Casson

    >>First reading, 351(8:1515)
    >>Second reading, 1622-30(27:1750-845)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 1630(27:1845)
    >>See also Child pornography--Property used in commission of offence

Criminal Code (amdt.--genetic manipulation)(Bill C-336)--Picard

    >>First reading, 2820(44:1005)
    >>See also Reproductive and genetic technologies--Human cloning

Criminal Code (amdt.--hate propaganda)(Bill C-415)--Robinson

    >>First reading, 7416(117:1040)
    >>Second reading, 11903-8(194:1730-1810), agreed to, 11908(194:1810)
    >>Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, 11908(194:1810)
    >>See also Hate propaganda

Criminal Code (amdt.--impaired driving)(Bill C-468)--Vellacott

    >>First reading, 11885(194:1510)
    >>See also Impaired driving--Sentences, Increase

Criminal Code (amdt.--impaired driving causing death or injury)(Bill C-288)--MacKay

    >>First reading, 1330(23:1510)
    >>See also Impaired driving--Death or injury caused, Blood samples

Criminal Code (amdt.--judicial review)(Bill C-450)--Lunn

    >>First reading, 10939-40(178:1500)
    >>See also Parole/parolees--Murderers

Criminal Code (amdt.--keeping child pornography in manner that is not reasonably secure from access by others)(Bill C-425)--MacKay

    >>First reading, 8488-9(135:1520)
    >>See also Child pornography--Possession

Criminal Code (amdt.--no parole when imprisoned for life)(Bill C-285)--Hanger

    >>First reading, 1203(22:1005)
    >>See also Parole/parolees--Life sentence

Criminal Code (amdt.--offences by corporations, directors and officers)(Bill C-284)--Desjarlais

    >>First reading, 1169(21:1510)
    >>Second reading, 5367-75(82:1730-825), 7186-94(112:1730-825)
    >>>Dropped to bottom of order of precedence on Order Paper, 5375(82:1830), 7194(112:1825)
    >>>Order discharged, bill withdrawn and subject-matter referred to Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee, by unanimous consent, 9017(144:1755)
    >>Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee, report, 12400(202:1505)
    >>See also Occupational health and safety--Deaths, Gross negligence; Westray Mine disaster

Criminal Code (amdt.--Order of prohibition)(Bill C-274)--MacKay

    >>First reading, 1010(18:1515)
    >>See also Sex offenders/pedophiles--Contact with children

Criminal Code (amdt.--organized crime and law enforcement)(Bill C-24)--Minister of Justice (McLellan)

Criminal Code (amdt.--proceeds of crime)(Bill C-303)--Forseth

    >>First reading, 1838(31:1515)
    >>See also Immigration--People smuggling, Proceeds of crime

Criminal Code (amdt.--prohibited sexual acts)(Bill C-278)--Hanger

    >>First reading, 1168(21:1505)
    >>Second reading, 3283-90(51:1105-200)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 3290(51:1200)
    >>See also Child sexual abuse/assault/exploitation--Age of consent

Criminal Code (amdt.--prohibiting certain offenders from changing their names)(Bill C-240)--White, R.

    >>First reading, 262(7:1020)
    >>Second reading, 1788-96(30:1330-425)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 1796(30:1425)
    >>See also Violent offenders--Names

Criminal Code (amdt.--prostitution)(Bill C-304)--Forseth

    >>First reading, 1839(31:1515)
    >>Second reading, 10047-55(162:1330-415)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 10055(162:1420)
    >>See also Prostitution--Street prostitution

Criminal Code (amdt.--protection of child before birth)(Bill C-445)--Martin, K.

    >>First reading, 10671(173:1710)
    >>See also Children--Protection before birth

Criminal Code (amdt.--protection of children)(Bill C-329)--Davies

    >>First reading, 2784(43:1515-20)
    >>Second reading, 7223-30(113:1235-325)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 7230(113:1330)
    >>See also Children--Discipline

Criminal Code (amdt.--puppy mills)(Bill C-433)--MacKay

    >>First reading, 9203(148:1515)
    >>See also Cruelty to animals--Puppy/kitten mills

Criminal Code (amdt.--recruitment of children and swarming)(Bill C-275)--MacKay

    >>First reading, 1010(18:1515)
    >>See also Criminal Code--Recruitment of children--Swarming

Criminal Code (amdt.--sale of intoxicating products)(Bill C-349)--Wasylycia-Leis

    >>First reading, 3803(58:1510)
    >>See also Inhalants and sniff products

Criminal Code (amdt.--search and seizure without warrant)(Bill C-245)--Benoit

    >>First reading, 350(8:1510)
    >>Second reading, 3624-30(55:1240-320)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 3630(55:1320)
    >>See also Gun control/guns--Search and seizure without warrant

Criminal Code (amdt.--selling wildlife)(Bill C-292)--Meredith

Criminal Code (amdt.--sex offences and violent offences)(Bill C-392)--MacKay

    >>First reading, 5306(81:1620)
    >>See also Sentences (convicted criminals)--Conditional sentences

Criminal Code (amdt.--sexual offences)(Bill C-208)--Girard-Bujold

    >>First reading, 165(5:1210)
    >>Second reading, 10262-7(165:1725-1815)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 10267(165:1815)
    >>See also Child sexual abuse/assault/exploitation

Criminal Code (amdt.--taking of samples of bodily substances)(Bill C-354)--Thompson, M.

    >>First reading, 4312(67:1015)
    >>See also Impaired driving--Death or injury caused, Urine

Criminal Code (amdt.--theft of a motor vehicle)(Bill C-250)--Cadman

    >>First reading, 381(9:1000)
    >>Second reading, 3584-93(54:1635-740)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 3593(54:1740)
    >>See also Automobiles/motor vehicles--Theft

Crimnal Code (amdt.--theft over $100,000)(Bill C-328)--Benoit

    >>First reading, 2784(43:1515)
    >>See also Sentence (convicted criminals--Property obtained through crime--Theft over $100,000

Criminal Code (amdt.--victims of crime)(Bill C-79)(36th Parl., 1st Sess.) see Victims of crime--Rights, Legislation

Criminal Code (amdt.--violent crimes)(Bill C-291)--Hanger

    >>First reading, 1463(25:1200)
    >>See also Sentences (convicted criminals)--Life sentence

Criminal Code (amdt.--violent crimes)(Bill C-343)--Martin, K.

    >>First reading, 3619(55:1205)
    >>See Sentences (convicted criminals)--25 year obligatory sentence

Criminal Code (amdt.--wearing of war decorations)(Bill C-294)--Reynolds

    >>First reading, 1525(26:1505)
    >>See also Veterans' medals

Criminal Code (amdt.--wearing of war decorations)(Bill C-300)--Dromisky

    >>First reading, 1678(29:1010)
    >>Second reading, order discharged and bill withdrawn, by unanimous consent, 4101-2(63:1500)
    >>See also Veterans' medals

Criminal Code (amdt.--witness protection)(Bill C-393)--Venne

    >>First reading, 5306-7(81:1620)
    >>See also Sexual assault--Trials

Criminal Code (amdt.) and Corrections and Conditional Release Act (amdt.--security classification of maximum to high-risk offenders) (Bill C-456)--Bonin

    >>First reading, 11056-7(180:1535)
    >>See also Dangerous offenders--Security classification

Criminal Code (amdt.) and Firearms Act (amdt.--exemption for long guns from registration)(Bill C-269)--Herron

    >>First reading, 829(15:1200-5)
    >>Second reading, 6283-8(96:1815-40)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 6288(96:1840)
    >>See also Gun control/guns--Registration system, Long guns

Criminal Code (amdt.) and Modernization of Benefits and Obligations Act (amdt.)(Bill C-408)--Harb

    >>First reading, 6891(108:1205)
    >>Second reading, 8784-8(140:1740-815)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 8788(140:1820)
    >>See also Children--"Illegitimate children"

Criminal Code (amdt.) and Young Offenders Act (amdt.--capital punishment) (Bill C-239)--Hill, J.

    >>First reading, 262(7:1020)
    >>See also Capital punishment--Reinstating

Criminal harassment (stalking)

    >>Accused, monitoring, electronic bracelet use, 941(17:1320)
    >>Enforcement of law, comprehensive guidelines for criminal justice personnel, establishing, 3581-2(54:1625)
    >>Maximum sentence, increasing from 5 years to 10 years, 3581(54:1625), 5330(82:1040), 5332(82:1050), 5384(82:1950), 6312-3(97:1320), 6314-5(97:1330-5), 6331(97:1515)
    >>>See also Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15); Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15A)

Criminal justice system see Justice system

Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15)--Minister of Justice (McLellan)

    >>First reading, 1646(28:1505)
    >>Second reading, 3581-3(54:1620-35), 3644-55(56:1235-355), 5329-39(82:1035-1350), 5351-67(82:1510-725), 5375-89(82:1830-2025)
    >>>Amdt. (MacKay), 5331(82:1045-50), ruled out of order, 5331(82:1050)
    >>>Amdt. (Cadman), 5333(82:1100)
    >>>>Amdt. to amdt. (Solberg), 5356(82:1550)
    >>>Deemed agreed to, M. (Boudria), agreed to, 5599(86:1510)
    >>Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, deemed agreed to, M. (Boudria), agreed to, 5599(86:1510)
    >>>>Dividing bill into two bills, 5914(91:1505)
    >>>Note: for further information see Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15A); Criminal Code (amdt.--cruelty to animals and firearms) and Firearms Act (amdt.)(Bill C-15B)
    >>See also Child sexual abuse/assault/exploitation--Internet luring; Criminal harassment (stalking)--Maximum sentence; Cruelty to animals--Legislation; Farmers/farms--Legislation (Bill C-15); Gun control/guns--Registration system, Definition--Registration system, Licence renewal process; Home invasion; Justice system passim; Paint ball players/operators; Privilege--Toews (contempt of Parliament); Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee--Reports, Fourteenth; Police--Disarming

Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15A)--Minister of Justice (McLellan)

    >>Note: formerly Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15)
    >>Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee, reported, with amdts., 6030(93:1205)
    >>Report stage, concurrence, agreed to, 6312(97:1320)
    >>Third reading, 6312-7(97:1320-55), 6330-2(97:1510-20), agreed to, 6332(97:1525), passed.
    >>Senate amendments, concurrence/disagreement, M. (Cauchon), 10566-76(171:1510-655), 10629-38(173:1155-315), agreed to, on recorded division, 10746-7(174:1810-5)
    >>>Amdt. (Harris), 10631(173:1210-5), negatived, on recorded division, 10745-6(174:1810)
    >>Royal Assent, 12121(198:1625), Chap. 13, S.C. 2002
    >>See also Child pornography--Internet access/distribution; Child sexual abuse/assault/exploitation passim; Criminal harassment (stalking)--Maximum sentence; Home invasion; Justice system passim; Police--Disarming; Sex offenders/pedophiles passim

Criminal offences see Wildlife--Selling wildlife or wildlife parts without license or permit

Criminal proceedings see Justice system; Transportation Appeal Tribunal of Canada--Administrative enforcement actions

Criminal records see Borders, international--Security, Computers; Child care--Workers


    >>Interpol's most wanted criminal, travel to Canada several times with apprehension, 5455(83:1420)
    >>Rights, all Canadians rights, presumption of innocence, etc., 77(4:1115)
    >>Suspects, DNA testing, mandatory, o.q., 7613(120:1500)
    >>See also Immigrants; Gun control/guns--registration system, Hunters; Refugees; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks

Critical infrastructure facilities see Energy--Security of energy systems; Terrorism/terrorists--Domestic targets

Croatian Fraternal Union of America

    >>History, role, etc., 108th anniversary, tribute, S.O. 31, 11552(188:1400)

Crohn's and Colitis Awareness Month

    >>November, marking, S.O. 31, 7703(122:1100)

Crop dusting planes see Terrorism/terrorists

Crop insurance see Farm income crisis--Insurance programs; Fruit and vegetable industry

CropLife Canada see Pesticides--Regulatory system


    >>Damage see Farm Income Protection Act (amdt.--crop damage by gophers)(Bill C-321); Strychnine--Farmers obtaining, Gophers
    >>See also Farm income crisis

Crossing the Atlantic: Expanding the Economic Relationship Between Canada and Europe see Foreign Affairs and International Trade Standing Committee--Reports, Fifth

Crow benefit see Grain transportation

Crowfoot constituency see Citizenship--Adventure in Citizenship Program


    >>Payments of claims against see National Defence Department
    >>Pomp and dignity, usurped by self-important and pompous Prime Minister's Office, 1054(19:1535)

Crown agents see Air transportation security--Increase, Canada Air Transport Security Authority

Crown corporations

    >>Access to Information Act, including, 351(8:1515), 2935-44(46:1105-200), 3301-2(51:1320)
    >>>See also Access to Information Act (amdt.--Crown corporations and the Canadian Wheat Board)(Bill C-249)
    >>Appointment process, boards of directors, audit committees, chief executive officers, etc., weaknesses, patronage factor, etc., 9228(149:1010), 9229(149:1015), 9230-1(149:1025-30)
    >>Audit committees, competence, lack, 9228(149:1005), 9229(149:1010)
    >>Auditor General auditing, lack, 12317(200:2135)
    >>Boards of directors
    >>>Fiscal and management competence, lack, 9229(149:1005-10)
    >>>Liberal government (Chrétien), patronage appointments, inefficient, ceasing, Auditor General's report for 2000, o.q., 301-3(7:1430-5), 344(8:1435)
    >>>See also Crown corporations--Appointment process
    >>Cabinet Ministers/Prime Minister, representations on behalf of constituents, conflict of interest guidelines, 411(9:1315-20)
    >>>Auberge Grand-Mère, funding controversy, relationship, o.q., 471-2(10:1115-20)
    >>>Ethics Counsellor undertaking review, status, 481-2(10:1210)
    >>>Ethics guidelines, The Ministry and Crown Corporations--Guidelines
    >>>>Chrétien, Prime Minister, call to Business Development Bank president re loan to purchasers of Auberge Grand-Mére, contravention, o.q., 12670-1(205:1415-20)
    >>>>Retroactivity, o.q., 12671(205:1420)
    >>>Inquiry, requesting, o.q., 9263(149:1500)
    >>>o.q., 343(8:1430), 480(10:1200), 2863(44:1500), 3213(49:1430), 8327(133:1425)
    >>Environmental assessment process, 4058(62:1310)4301(66:1800), 4302(66:1815)
    >>Financial Administration Act provisions, 9227(149:1005)
    >>Financial statements, Finance Department lack of skill interpreting, 9228(149:1005)
    >>Gagliano, former Public Works and Government Services minister, improper interference, etc., 9228(149:1010), 9229(149:1015), 9230(149:1025)
    >>Governance, Auditor General's report for 2000 findings, Public Accounts Standing Committee findings, 9227-9(149:1005-15)
    >>>See also Public Accounts Standing Committee--Reports, Fifteenth
    >>Government responsibilities, 9227(149:1005)
    >>Internal audit, annual, conducting, 4536(70:1210)
    >>>See also Departmental Internal Audit Act (Bill C-364)
    >>Lavelle, Patrick, Export Development Corporation (EDC) Chairman, remarks re independence, accountability, ministerial responsibility, Parliamentary committee, etc., 6720(105:1325)
    >>Mismanagement, deficiencies, Auditor General's report, 7279(114:1640)
    >>Planning, corporate and strategic, inadequacy, 9228(149:1005)
    >>>Trend, government policy, 3159(48:1555), 5888(90:1725)
    >>>See also Crown corporations--Saskatchewan provincial crown corporations
    >>Role, historical background, etc., 3158-9(48:1550-5)
    >>Saskatchewan provincial crown corporations
    >>>Government 1996 review, 3159(48:1555)
    >>>Privatization under New Democratic Party governments, 3170-1948:1705-10)
    >>See also Air Canada; Auditor General of Canada--Powers; Export Development Corporation (EDC)--Accountability; Government expenditures--Quebec constituencies; North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)--Investor-state dispute settlement provisions; Political parties--Financing/donations; Strategic Infrastructure Foundation--Government policy reversal

Crown Liability and Proceedings Act (amdt.)(Bill C-277)--Hanger

    >>First reading, 1168(21:1505)
    >>See also Penitentiary inmates--Suing government

Crown prosecutors see Justice system

CRTC see Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)

Cruelty to animals

Cruise ships

    >>Number, increase, west and east coasts, 1114(20:1235)
    >>Tourism role, S.O. 31, 7088(111:1405)

Cryptosporidium see Drinking water contamination--North Battleford, SK--Waterloo region, ON

CSIS see Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS)

CSN see Confederation des syndicats nationaux (CSN)

CTV NewsNet see Broadcasting--News coverage


    >>Human rights violations, Canada speaking out against, S.O. 31, 10759(175:1405)
    >>See also Prince, Jonas; Sabzali, James; Summit of the Americas (April 2001, Quebec City, QC); Terrorism/terrorists--States harbouring terrorists, List; Trade--United States, Canada ignoring

Cuerrier, Gilles see Air Cadet League of Canada

Cullen, Roy (Lib.--Etobicoke North; Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of Finance until September 12, 2001)

Cultural diversity

    >>International instrument recognizing, government position, o.q., 8716(139:1435)
    >>International Network on Cultural Policy, Switzerland meeting, cultural diversity policy, promoting, Canada, role, o.q., 5774(89:1455), 8716(139:1435)
    >>Recognizing, 18(2:1550)
    >>See also Trade agreements--Canadian sovereignty

Cultural Grants Acknowledgement Act (Bill C-348)--Obhrai

Cultural heritage

    >>Government support, increasing, Throne Speech proposal, 15(2:1530), 52(3:1700)

Cultural policy

    >>Aboriginal and Inuit culture, including, national gathering on aboriginal artistic expression, o.q., 12845(208:1455)
    >>Internet, digital technology, impact, Throne Speech statement, 15(2:1530)

Cultural Spaces Canada Program see Waterloo Regional Children's Museum

Culture see Canada-Costa Rica Free Trade Agreement; Free Trade Area of the Americas; General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS); World Trade Organization (WTO)

Culture Link

    >>Toronto's Commitment to Diverse-City Awards,
    >>>2001 recipients, congratulating, S.O. 31, 2552(40:1100)
    >>>2002 recipients, congratulating, S.O. 31, 10133(164:1410)

Cummins, John (CA--Delta--South Richmond)

Cumberland--Colchester constituency see Customs; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Public safety officials

Cumulative sentences see Sentences (convicted criminals)--Multiple murderers

Cunningham, Marion

    >>100th birthday, tribute, S.O. 31, 10644(173:1405)

Cuntrera, Agostino see Gagliano--References, Accountant for mobster

CUPW see Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW)

Cure Foundation see Breast cancer--Research

Curfew see Youth justice system


    >>2001 Nokia Brier, Canadian Men's Curling Championship, Randy Ferbey rink, Alberta, winners, S.O. 31, 1514(26:1405)
    >>2001 Nokia Cup Ontario Men's Curling Championship, Woodstock, ON, S.O. 31 152(5:1100-5)
    >>Canadian Junior Men's Curling Championship, Kevin Hamblin ring, Manitoba, 2002 winners, S.O. 31, 8433-4(134:1400-5), 8543(136:1400)
    >>Canadian Junior Women's Curling Championship, Suzanne Gaudet rink, Prince Edward Island
    >>>2001 winners, S.O. 31, 687(13:1400)
    >>>2002 winners, S.O. 31, 8434(133:1405)
    >>Saskatchewan, favourite sport, S.O. 31, 596(12:1400)
    >>Scott Tournament of Hearts 2001, Colleen Jones rink, Nova Scotia, winners, S.O. 31, 1155-6(21:1400), 1159(21:1415), 1452(25:1110)
    >>Scott Tournament of Hearts 2002, Brandon, MB, S.O. 31, 9192(148:1410)
    >>World Junior Championships
    >>>>2001 gold medal winners, Brad Gushue rink, Canada, S.O. 31, 2223(36:1410), 3476(53:1405)
    >>>>2002 gold medal winners, David Hamblin rink, Canada, S.O. 31, 10082(163:1405), 10234(165:1415)
    >>>>2001 gold medal winners, Suzanne Gaudet rink, Canada, S.O. 31, 2222-3(36:1410)
    >>>>2002 bronze medal winners, Suzanne Gaudet rink, Canada, S.O. 31, 10302(166:1405)
    >>World Curling Championships
    >>>Men's 2002 winners, Randy Ferby rink, Canada, S.O. 31, 10450(169:1355)
    >>>Women's 2001 winners, Colleen Jones rink, Canada, S.O. 31, 2962(46:1410)
    >>See also Infrastructure Canada Program--Canada-Quebec agreement/program, Kénogami curling club; Olympics, 2002 Winter Games (Salt Lake City, United States)--Canadian team Schmirler, Sandra


Current account surplus see Balance of payments

Cusson, Matthieu

    >>Medal of Bravery, recipient, congratulating, S.O. 31, 8168(130:1415)


Customs Act see Government revenues--Recovery of money owed; Income Tax Amendments Act, 2000

Customs Act (amdt.)(Bill S-23)--Minister of National Revenue (Cauchon)

Customs action plan see Borders, international--Security

Customs bond see Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute--Expiry, Export Development Canada (EDC) role

Customs duties

    >>Wedding gifts, weddings outside Canada, 5440(83:1210)
    >>See also Trade--United States

Customs officers see Border, Canada-United States--Security; Borders, international--Security; Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting

Customs preclearance see Border, Canada-United States--CANPASS

Customs Self-assessment program see Border, Canada-United States

Customs Tariff and Excise Tax Act (amdt.--ships' stores)

    >>Ways and means motion, notice, tabled, 5655(87:1355)

Customs Tariff and Excise Tax Act (amdt.--tobacco products)

    >>Ways and means motion, notice, tabled, 6852(107:1605)

Customs Tariff, Excise Tax Act and Excise Act (amdt.), 2001

    >>Ways and means motion, notice, tabled, 12786(207:1600)

Cuzner, Rodger (Lib.--Bras d'Or--Cape Breton)

    >>Acadians, M. (Bergeron), 5939-40(91:1815-25)
    >>Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA), o.q., 534-5(11:1450)
    >>Atlantic Innovation Fund, o.q., 7096-7(111:1455)
    >>Call centres, 10816(176:1215)
    >>Canada Health and Social Transfer (CHST), 12286(200:1725)
    >>Canada National Marine Conservation Areas Act (Bill C-10), 6981-2(110:1120-5), 7154-6(112:1345-55)
    >>Canadian Heritage Standing Committee, reports, 10505(170:1525)
    >>Canadian Radio Music Awards, S.O. 31, 9460(153:1410)
    >>Cape Breton, NS, S.O. 31, 12258(200:1410)
    >>Criminal Code (amdt.--cruelty to animals and firearms) and Firearms Act (amdt.)(Bill C-15B), 12062-3(197:1745-50)
    >>Cuzner, references, S.O. 31, 420(9:1410)
    >>East Coast Music Awards, S.O. 31, 8710(139:1405)
    >>Equalization payments, 12287(200:1725-30)
    >>Fisheries, 12896(209:1635)
    >>>M. to adjourn under S.O. 52 (Hearn), 9999-10000(161:2050-5)
    >>Fisheries and Oceans Standing Committee, M. (Casey), 12896(209:1635)
    >>Gemini Awards Gala, S.O. 31, 6658(104:1405)
    >>General Motors of Canada Limited, M. on supply (Guay), 10816(176:1215)
    >>Glace Bay, NS, S.O. 31, 5587-8(86:1405), 12258(200:1410)
    >>Health care funding, 12286(200:1725)
    >>Health care system, 12286(200:1725)
    >>Hockey, S.O. 31, 1036(19:1400), 2529(39:1400)
    >>Income tax, M. on supply (Penson), 12285-6(200:1715-25), 12287(200:1730)
    >>Internet, o.q., 7963(126:1440)
    >>Marine conservation areas, 6981-2(110:1120-5), 7154-6(112:1345-55)
    >>National Recreational Fisheries Awards, S.O. 31, 1824-5(31:1405)
    >>Olympics, 2002 Winter Games (Salt Lake City, United States), S.O. 31, 8915(143:1400), 9252(149:1400), 9291-2(150:1405)
    >>Population, 10816(176:1215)
    >>References, mandate from electors of Bras D'Or--Cape Breton constituency, S.O. 31, 420(9:1410)
    >>Regional development agencies, o.q., 534(11:1450)
    >>Sea King helicopters
    >>>M. on supply (Wayne), 1422(24:1620)
    >>>o.q., 10088(163:1440)
    >>Shipbuilding industry, o.q., 8330-1(133:1455), 9104(146:1455)
    >>Species at Risk Act (Bill C-5), 8913-4(143:1355), 9968(161:1635-40)
    >>Species at risk (endangered species), 8913-4(143:1355), 9968(161:1635-40)
    >>>o.q., 3058(47:1455)
    >>>S.O. 31, 3249(50:1100)
    >>Victims of crime, o.q., 3258(50:1140)
    >>World Book and Copyright Day, S.O. 31, 10713-4(174:1400)

Cyber-terrorism see Terrorism/terrorists--Chinese cyber-attacks


    >>Women's World Cup Race, Geneviève Jeanson, gold medallist, Lyne Bessette, bronze medallist, congratulating, S.O. 31, 4579(71:1355-400), 4900(76:1410)

Cypress Hills--Grasslands constituency see Agriculture; Anderson, David--References; Morrison

Cyr, Alexandre see Canadian flag--Desecration/destruction

Cyr, Roger

    >>Hong Kong Veterans' Association president, death, tributes, S.O. 31, 4581(71:1405)

Cystic Fibrosis Month

Czech Republic see Canada-Czech Republic Income Tax Convention