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Elections Canada see Indian bands/reserves

Electoral boundary commissions

    >>Appointment, one for each province, 731(14:1000)
    >>>See also Canada Elections Act and Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (amdt.)(Bill C-9)

Electoral boundaries

    >>Changes, Senate role, eliminating, 2821(44:1010)
    >>Name changes see Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (amdt.)(Bill C-441)

Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (amdt.)(Bill C-441)--Catterall

    >>First reading, 10421(169:1005)
    >>Deemed read second time, referred to Committee of the Whole, reported without amdt., concurred in at report stage and read third time, 10608(172:1205), passed.

Electoral reform

    >>All-party committee, studying, 1062(19:1630)
    >>>M. on supply (McDonough), 911-47(17:1005-355), 960-81(17:1505-725)
    >>>>Amdt. (Nystrom), 915(17:1030)
    >>Balanced, gradual approach, 919(17:1055)
    >>Blaikie, Nystrom long-term campaigning, tribute, 938(17:1255)
    >>Canadian Alliance position, 929(17:1155), 938(17:1255), 972(17:1625), 1112(20:1220)
    >>Chief Electoral Officer recommendations, 919(17:1055), 1067(19:1705)
    >>Leadership, 940(17:1310)
    >>Legislation (Bill C-9), superficial and cosmetic, 1061(19:1620-5)
    >>Liberal government (Chrétien), arrogant and cynical attitude, 1060-1(19:1615-20), 1274-5(22:1840-45)
    >>Low public priority, 913(17:1015)
    >>Necessity, 59(3:1750), 912-3(17:1005-15), 928-9(17:1150-200), 945(17:1340), 2035(33:2025)
    >>Parliamentary reform, relationship, 940(17:1310)
    >>Progressive Conservative Party proposals, 931(17:1210)
    >>Public interest, 936-7(17:1245-50)
    >>Royal Commission on Electoral Reform and Party Financing (Lortie), recommendations, implementation, 961(17:1510), 12311(200:2040)
    >>See also Royal Commission on Electoral Reform and Party Financing (Lortie)

Electric automobiles see Automobiles/motor vehicles

Electricity

    >>California crisis, 867(16:1350), 887(16:1540)
    >>Coal fired power plants
    >>>Air pollution/smog
    >>>>North American Commission for Environmental Cooperation report, etc., o.q., 12881(209:1445)
    >>>>See also Electricity--Coal fired power plants, Ontario
    >>>Ontario
    >>>>Air pollution/smog, 3106(47:2030), 7669(121:1325)
    >>>>Mercury emissions, environmental and health impacts
    >>>>>Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency, review, status, o.q., 825(15:1140)
    >>>>>S.O. 31, 527(11:1415)
    >>>>>United States Attorney General comments, o.q., 825(15:1140-5)
    >>>>See also Electricity--Exports to United States
    >>Deregulation see Nuclear energy--Private sector role
    >>Exports to United States
    >>>Coal-fired power plants, Ontario, increased use, privatization factor, etc., 12085(198:1205)
    >>>Government policy re pricing, etc., 3136(47:2355)
    >>>Newfoundland transporting through Quebec, wheeling fees, federal government intervening, etc., 4526-7(70:1125)
    >>>See also Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute--Expiry, Energy exports
    >>High technology industries use, demand increase, impact, 867(16:1350), 868(16:1355)
    >>Ontario power plants
    >>>Greenhouse gas emissions, reducing, o.q., 10836(176:1430)
    >>>See also Electricity--Coal fired power plants; Ontario Power Generation Inc.
    >>See also Campbell River co-generation electric power plant; Churchill River hydro-electric power plant; Fossil fuels--Costs of fuels and electricity generated from; Nova Scotia Power Inc.; Sumas II natural gas fired electric power plant (SE2)

Electricity transmission lines

    >>Power losses, reducing, 12082(198:1140)
    >>See also Churchill River hydro-electric power plant; Energy--Security of energy systems and infrastructure; Hydro-electric power

Electromagnetic radiation see Cellular telephones--Transmission towers

Electronic bird deterrents see Pesticides

Electronic bracelets/monitoring devices see Criminal harassment (stalking)--Accused; Violence/violent offences--Restraining orders

Electronic commerce (Internet)

    >>Job creation role, government measures, lack, 513(11:1240)
    >>SourceCAN, Industry Department initiative for small business, S.O. 31, 6725(105:1405)
    >>See also Banks and financial institutions--Virtual banks; Export Development Corporation (EDC)--Credit insurance; Société d'aide au développement des collectivités Manicouagan

Electronic conferencing see Justice system--Criminal proceedings, Witnesses

Electronic documents see Justice system--Criminal proceedings

Electronic security equipment see Air transportation security--Increase, Airport security

Electronic surveillance see Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting

Electronic voting see House of Commons proceedings--Voting procedures

Élevages Ruban Bleu

    >>Saint-Isidore, QC, goat cheese award, S.O. 31, 12098-9(198:1400)

Elgie, Stewart see Species at risk (endangered species)--Legislation

Elgin--Middlesex--London constituency

    >>Knutson, thanking constituents, 1335(23:1545)
    >>See also Agriculture

Elizabeth Fry Week

    >>Prison reformer, tribute, S.O. 31, 3735(57:1400)

Elk

    >>Antlers, exports, Korea, New Zealand, ban, lifting, S.O. 31, 1157(21:1405)
    >>Chronic wasting disease
    >>>Roadkill, wild deer, ruminant feed use, S.O. 31, 2907(45:1105-10)
    >>>Saskatchewan, Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) resources, S.O. 31, 2610(41:1355-400)
    >>Riding Mountain National Park, tuberculosis, threat to cattle producers, 11478-80(186:1830-40)
    >>>o.q., 10840(176:1450)

Elk Island constituency

    >>Epp, commitment, 356(8:1550)

Ellen Bird Farm see Species at risk (endangered species)--Protecting, Union Carbide

Elley, Reed (CA--Nanaimo--Cowichan)

Elliot Lake, ON

    >>Macklin's father, design architect of city, 8415(134:1140)
    >>Uranium mining industry, closure, impact, success story, etc., 3106(47:2035), 3110-1(47:2055-100), 3114(47:2130)

Ellis, Const. Laura

    >>Police officer, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 8988(144:1400)

Elliston, NF

    >>Root cellar capital of the world, S.O. 31, 12344(201:1105)

Elmira Maple Syrup Festival

    >>Elmira, ON, April 7, 2001, S.O. 31, 2960(46:1400)

Elmira Sugar Kings see Hockey--Sutherland Cup

Emancipation Day

    >>August 1, recognizing, M. (Obhrai), 1432-9(24:1730-815)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 1439(24:1815)
    >>See also Black History Month--Slavery

Embassies and consulates

    >>American see United States--Embassy
    >>Canadian embassies and consulates
    >>>Fortifying, protecting against terrorist attacks, o.q., 5348(82:1445-50)
    >>>Fraud and corruption, selling of passports, etc., allegations, 6015-6(93:1030-40), 6497-8(100:1645), 6037(93:1300-5), 7312(115:1135), 8455(134:1615), 8456(134:1620-5)
    >>>>Hong Kong case, "Sidewinder" report, etc., 8456(134:1625)
    >>>>o.q., 5348(82:1445-50)
    >>>Wine products, use, expenditures, 1997-2000, qu., 9305(150:1515)
    >>>See also Immigragtion--Determination process
    >>Families of foreign service officers, employment abroad, reciprocity, 6037(93:1300)
    >>Foreign missions in Canada
    >>>Crime, 7312(115:1130), 7312-3(115:1140)
    >>>>Contraband, use of consulate bags, 6035(93:1245)
    >>>>See also Impaired driving--Death or injury caused, MacLean
    >>>Liquor imports, 6015(93:1030), 7437-8(117:1320-5)
    >>>Websites, French content, lack, non-compliance with Official Languages Act, correcting, o.q., 697(13:1450), 11010(179:1450)

Embraer see Aircraft industry--Canada-Brazil dispute

Emergencies Act see National security--Security risks; Public safety--Ministerial powers

Emergencies/disasters

    >>Emergency service/assistance, national civil defence force providing, creation, 12494(203:1010)
    >>>See also National Civil Defence Force Act (Bill C-476)
    >>See also Nordby, Erika; National security; Ocean Ranger; Viandes du Breton

Emergency aid see Humanitarian/emergency aid

Emergency debates (Adjournment motions under S.O. 52)

    >>Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute, expiry of agreement, negotiations, establishing free trade, etc., 5945(92:1005), application accepted, 5971(92:1400), Committee take note, M. (Duncan), 5984-6009(92:1515-810)
    >>>Anti-dumping actions by United States, duty imposed October 29, 2001, 12.5%, application accepted, 6807(107:1050), debate deferred, 6847(107:1525-30), M. (Crête), 7021-85(110:1520-320), agreed to, 7085(110:2320)
    >>Farm income crisis
    >>>Drought, application accepted, 5629(87:1010), committee take note, M. (Hilstrom), 5674-702(87:1605-985)
    >>>Resolving (Borotsik), application accepted, 539(11:1515), M., 642-85(12:1900-2355), agreed to, 685(12:2355)
    >>Fisheries, Atlantic stocks, overfishing, government preventing, measures needed, application accepted (Hearn), 9918-9(161:1010-5), M., 9981-10017(161:1825-2320), agreed to, 10017(161:2325)
    >>Foot and mouth disease, preventing (Borotsik), application accepted, 2624(41:1510), 2741-68(42:2000-315), agreed to, 2768(42:2315)
    >>Middle East conflict, West Bank, Palestinian territories, Israeli armed forces invasion, "Operation Protective Wall", withdrawal, United Nations Resolutions 1402 and 1403 (Lalonde), application accepted, 10096(163:1525-30), M. (Lalonde), 10177-229(164:1925-2640), agreed to, 10229(164:2540)

Emergency debates, requests/applications (Adjournment motions under S.O. 52)

    >>Auberge Grand-Mère, funding controversy (MacKay), emergency requirements/criteria not met, not accepted, 2179-81(35:1210-25)
    >>Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute, expiry of agreement, negotiations, establishing free trade, etc.
    >>>(Casey), 8927(143:1510), emergency requirements/criteria not met, not accepted, 8952(143:1825)
    >>>Countervailing duties/tariffs, United States imposing, Duty imposed, March 22, 2002, 29% (Paquette), emergency requirements/criteria not met, not accepted, 10247(165:1525)
    >>Dollar exchange rate, decline, record low levels, fall/winter 2001/2002 (Kenney), emergency requirements/criteria not met, not accepted, 8336(133:1520)
    >>Drought (Anderson, David-Cypress Hills--Grasslands), emergency requirements/criteria not met, not accepted, 11887-8(194:1515-20)
    >>Farm income crisis, resolving (Borotsik), emergency requirements/criteria not met, not accepted, 37-8(3:1515)
    >>Fisheries, Grand Banks nose and tail, Flemish Cap, foreign overfishing, management control, extending to (Hearn), emergency requirements/criteria not met, not accepted, 12615-6(204:1525-30)
    >>Government contracts, Groupaction Marketing Inc., advertising contracts (Martin, Pat), emergency requirements/criteria not met, not accepted, 11415-6(186:1005-10)
    >>Government ethics, review (Reynolds), emergency requirements/criteria not met, not accepted, 11767(192:1510)
    >>Greenhouse gas emissions (Climate change/global warming), reducing, Kyoto protocol, Canadian commitment, etc., Canada ratifying protocol, (Comartin), emergency requirements/criteria not met, not accepted, 8957-8(144:1005)
    >>Health care system, crisis (Wasylycia-Leis), emergency requirements/criteria not met, not accepted, 8337(133:1520-5)
    >>Iraq, United States and United Kingdom bombing raids, outside exclusion zones, February 16, 2001 (Lalonde), emergency requirements/criteria not met, not accepted, 884(16:1515-20)
    >>Potato industry, Prince Edward Island potatoes (MacKay), emergency requirements/criteria not met, not accepted, 1872(32:1020)
    >>Reproductive and genetic technologies, stem cell research, human embryonic and fetal tissue, use, ethical and legal issues, guidelines, Canadian Institutes of Health Research guidelines, government introducing legislation, relationship (Merrifield), emergency requirements/criteria not met, not accepted, 9471-2(153:1520)
    >>Red fish, quota, necessity, Canso, NS, Seafreez fish plant, potential closing, effects, preventing, government measures, emergency debate under S.O. 52, application (MacKay), emergency requirements/criteria not met, not accepted, 9762(158:1515-20)
    >>Summit of the Americas (April 2001, Quebec City, QC), security measures, demonstrations, rights of peaceful protestors, etc., police conduct, attacking peaceful protestors (Blaikie), emergency requirements/criteria not met, not accepted, 2974(46:1510)
    >>Terrorism/terrorists, combatting, Canadian Armed Forces participation (Martin, K.), emergency requirements/criteria not met, not accepted, 5831-2(90:1005)
    >>Trade, United States, United States protectionism, Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute and United States Farm Aid Bill (Reynolds), emergency requirements/criteria not met, not accepted, 11179(182:1205)

Emergency disaster assistance team see Natural disasters

Emergency Gold Mining Assistance Act see Gold mining industry

Emergency personnel see Airports; Firefighters/emergency response personnel; Railway accidents--Red Deer, AB derailment; Terrorism/terrorists--Unconventional attacks, Local emergency personnel role; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Rescue operations

Emergency preparedness

    >>British Columbia, plan, lack, concerns, government ignoring, 356(8:1540)
    >>>o.q., 5558(85:1500)
    >>Budget 2001 measures, 8147(129:1720), 8346(133:1635), 8429(134:1325), 8467(134:1740), 9718(157:1245), 9720(157:1305)
    >>See also Emergency Preparedness Week; Office of Critical Infrastructure Protection and Emergency Preparedness

Emergency Preparedness Week

    >>Keeping Canada Safe, theme, S.O. 31, 11373-4(185:1405)
    >>Recovery plans, discussing, 2768(42:2310)
    >>Reducing the Risk: Toward Safer Communities in the 21st Century, theme, May 7-13, S.O. 31, 3390(52:1415)

Emergency rooms see Health care system

Emigrants

    >>Income tax provisions, 2291(37:1300), 2872(44:1600), 3916(60:1010)
    >>International double taxation, avoiding, 2291(37:1300), 3916(60:1010)
    >>See also Income Tax Amendments Act, 2000 (Bill C-22)

Emploi-Quebec see Labour force--Training

Employability Assistance for People with Disabilities National Report

    >>Report, 1999-2000, 2000-2001, tabled, 12042(197:1510)

Employees

    >>Vacation entitlement, Canada Labour Code, Sect. 184 provisions, M. (Nystrom) 12743-50(207:1100-1200)

Employment

    >>Rate see Employment rate
    >>Increase, o.q., 8872(142:1200)
    >>Low income part time jobs replacing full time jobs, 8106(129:1230)
    >>Reduction, o.q,., 1596(27:1435)
    >>Transnational/multinational corporations, control, government regaining control, 405(9:1235)
    >>Unemployment see Aboriginal fishing rights--Licences, Boats; Crab fishery--Government actions
    >>Youth see Youth
    >>See also Agriculture; Canada-Costa Rica Free Trade Agreement--Economic benefits; Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute--Expiry of agreement; Education, post-secondary; Energy conservation/efficiency--Economic benefits; Exports--Economic importance; Family--Wage earners; Foreign aid; Forest industry; Free Trade Area of the Americas--Economic importance; Government contracts--Sponsorship program; Immigration--Spousal Employment Authorization Pilot Project for Highly Skilled Industrial adjustment programs; Job creation; Job losses; Marine transportation--Economic role; Mining industry--Saskatchewan; Natural resource industries--Economic role; North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)--Economic benefits; Oil and gas industry; Sugar industry; Summer Career Placement Program; Sustainable development; Tax reductions--Economic benefits; Temporary Workers; Tourism industry--Economic role; Trade--Economic importance; Trade agreements; Unemployment

Employment benefit funds see Pension funds

Employment equity

    >>Implementation, 10755(174:1905-10)
    >>Race-based provisions, causing distortions and problems, 8527-8(136:1150)
    >>See also Canada Customs and Revenue Agency (CCRA); Disabled and handicapped persons; House of Commons--Employees; Human Resources Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities Standing Committee--Reports, Ninth

Employment Equity Act

    >>2001 Annual Report, tabled, 9303(150:1505)
    >>Human Resources Development and Status of Persons with Disabilities Standing Committee, review
    >>>Dominguez, Cari, United States equal employment opportunity commission chair, appearance, S.O. 31, 10832(176:1405)
    >>>M. (Boudria), 7756-7(123:1345-55), 7770-83(123:1505-650), agreed to, on division, 7783(123:1650)

Employment Equity Act (amdt.--elimination of designated groups and numerical goals) and the Canadian Human Rights Act (Bill C-324)--White, T.

Employment insurance

Employment Insurance Act see Employment insurance--Reform; Labour disputes/strikes/lockouts; Seasonal workers

Employment Insurance Act (amdt.)(Bill C-442)--Godin

Employment Insurance Act (amdt.--arm's length dealing)(Bill C-463)--Crete

Employment Insurance Act (amdt.--persons who leave employment to be caregivers to family members)(Bill C-219)--Stoffer

Employment Insurance Act and the Employment Insurance (Fishing) Regulations (amdt.)(Bill C-2)--Minister of Human Resources Development (Stewart)

    >>First reading, 164(5:1200)
    >>Second reading, 189-214(6:1100-355), 231-57(6:1520-825), 559-65(11:1740-1825), 576-95(12:1145-1355), 610-36(12:1515-1815), agreed to, on recorded division, 638-9(12:1850)
    >>>Time allocation under S.O. 78(3)
    >>>>M. (Boudria), agreed to, on recorded division, 567-9(12:1010-55)
    >>>>Notice, 560(11:1750)
    >>Human Resources Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, 639(12:1850)
    >>>Reported, with amdt., 2177(35:1205)
    >>Report stage, 2500-29(39:1015-355), 2543(39:1510), 2595-603(41:1210-310), 2653-9(41:1825-900)
    >>>Concurrence, agreed to, on recorded division, 2658-9(41:1900)
    >>>Motions, 2501(39:1020)
    >>>>Negatived, on recorded division, 2653-8(41:1825-900)
    >>Report stage and third reading
    >>>Time allocation under S.O. 78(2), M. (Boudria), 2594-5(41:1205-10), agreed to, on division, 2595(41:1210)
    >>>Time allocation under S.O. 78(3), notice, 2580-1(40:1350)
    >>Third reading, 2787-802(43:1530-740), agreed to, on recorded division, 2802-3(43:1740), passed.
    >>Royal Assent, 3892(59:1615), Chap. 5, S.C. 2001
    >>See also Employment insurance--Legislation; Human Resources Development and Status of Disabled Persons Standing Committee; Seasonal workers--Legislation

Employment insurance economic regions

    >>Benefits, increasing, 6814(107:1145)
    >>Boundaries, urban/rural, disparity, 135(4:1730-5), 2790-1(43:1655-700)
    >>Lower St. Lawrence, North Shore, Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, Charlevoix region, benefit period, discrimination, 625(12:1655-700), 636(12:1810), 2517(39:1215)
    >>>o.q., 4479(69:1445)
    >>>S.O. 31, 1038(19:1410)
    >>Seasonal work regions
    >>>Benefit period, petitions, 37(3:1515)
    >>>Region by region consideration, 2517(39:1210-5)
    >>>>o.q., 4479(69:1445)

Employment Insurance Monitoring and Assessment Report

    >>Annual report, 2000, tabled, 227(6:1500)
    >>Annual report, 2001, tabled, 11765(192:1500)

Employment rate

    >>Argenteuil--Papineau--Mirabel constituency, seasonal workers, low, 285(7:1250-5)
    >>Beauharnois--Salaberry constituency, 359-60(8:1610)
    >>Halifax West constituency, 167(5:1225)
    >>Low, 177(5:1325)
    >>Lowest level in 20 years, 330(7:1740)
    >>>Liberal government (Chrétien) efforts, 3035(47:1240)
    >>Matapédia--Matane constituency, seasonal workers, employment insurance changes, necessity, 150(5:1045)
    >>Saint-Maurice constituency, high rate, 360(8:1615)
    >>See also Employment insurance--Social program

"Empowerment" see Throne Speech--Day remarks

Enabling Resource Centre see Public Service

EnCana Corporation

    >>Merger of Alberta Energy Co. Ltd. and PanCanadian Energy Corporation, economic impact, o.q., 8598(137:1150)

End of life care see Health care system

Endangered species see Species at risk (endangered species)

Endangered Species Sanctuaries Act (Bill C-346)--Martin, K.

    >>First reading, 3619-20(55:1210)
    >>See also Species at risk (endangered species)--Habitat preservation

Energy

    >>Cabinet Committee, establishment, 3095(47:1915), 3096(47:1925)
    >>Canadian Alliance position, 889(16:1605)
    >>Clean energy use
    >>>Benefits, 9490(153:1645)
    >>>European Union (EU) claims, 3107-8(47:2040-5)
    >>>See also Energy--Exports to United States, Greenhouse gas emissions reduction factor
    >>Consumption, waste, reducing, etc., 834(15:1235), 886-7(16:1540), 12087(198:1220)
    >>>Canadian level unsustainable on international scale, 892(16:1630), 894(16:1635)
    >>>Developed countries level, unsustainable if adopted by developing countries, 3173(48:1725)
    >>>Highest in world, 8268(131:1740)
    >>Crisis, United States/not Canada,
    >>>o.q., 2559-60(40:1130)
    >>>See also Farm income crisis
    >>Deregulation, impact, etc., 834(15:1240), 835(15:1245)
    >>Export tax, government position, Prime Minister Chrétien remarks, o.q., 2910(45:1115-20)
    >>>See also Energy--Exports to United States
    >>Exports to United States, etc., 3106-7(47:2035), 3108(47:2045)
    >>>Alberta Premier Klein meeting with United States Vice-President Cheney, Prime Minister Chrétien position, o.q., 4353(67:1435)
    >>>Environmental factors, 3107(47:2035)
    >>>Federal-provincial jurisdiction factor, North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), relationship, o.q., 4353(67:1435-40)
    >>>Government promoting, 3160(48:1600-5)
    >>>Greenhouse gas emissions reduction factor, Kyoto protocol, clean energy factor, credits, o.q., 7372(116:1425), 8920(143:1430), 9255(149:1415), 9260(149:1440-5), 9294(150:1420), 9888(160:1450-5), 10387(168:1425), 10392(168:1450), 10454(169:1420), 10460(169:1450), 10563(171:1450-5), 10603-4(172:1150), 11450(186:1435-40), 11558(188:1445)
    >>>Opportunities, meeting Canadian needs first, sustainable development, trade agreements factor, o.q., 3056(47:1440), 3566(54:1435)
    >>>North American Free Trade Agreement provisions, 3095(47:1915-20)
    >>>Private sector ownership of industry factor, 12085(198:1200-5)
    >>>United States energy policy, relationship
    >>>>Canada supplying Canadian needs, Canadian commitment re Kyoto Protocol on greenhouse gas emissions reduction, o.q., 4220(65:1125)
    >>>>Canadian position, exports of oil and natural gas, hydro-electric power and nuclear energy, Kyoto Protocol on greenhouse gas emissions reduction, alternative energy and energy conservation alternatives, o.q., 3391-2(52:1420-5)
    >>>>Environmental implications, 4062(62:1335)
    >>>Western provinces, oil and gas, environmental implications, 4298(66:1745)
    >>>See also Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute--Expiry, Energy exports; Energy--North American energy strategy/agreement/free trade
    >>G-8 energy ministers meeting, Detroit, MI, May 2002, o.q., 11383(185:1500)
    >>Government intervention in marketplace, etc., 3167(48:1645), 3169(48:1655), 3171(48:1710-5), 3172(48:1720), 3173(48:1725)
    >>Government policy
    >>>Greenhouse gas emissions reduction, Kyoto protocol, relationship, 12087(198:1220)
    >>>Taxation policy, relationship, 12087(198:1220)
    >>Mexico, Canadian industry activities, October 2001 trade mission, o.q., 6423(99:1455)
    >>National energy program of 1980s
    >>>Chrétien, Prime Minister, remarks, o.q., 2910(45:1115)
    >>>Western provinces, Alberta, impact, etc., 3095-6(47:1920-5)
    >>>See also Gasoline prices; Petro-Canada--Historical background
    >>National strategy, lack, 833(15:1235), 834(15:1240), 835(15:1245), 836(15:1250)
    >>North American continental energy strategy/agreement/free trade, 3095(47:1915), 3096(47:1925)
    >>>Drinking water, excluding, o.q., 1160(21:1425)
    >>>Federal-provincial jurisdiction factor, provinces role in negotiations, o.q., 1160(21:1420), 4527-8(70:1130-5)
    >>>Free Trade Area of the Americas, relationship, o.q., 1160-1(21:1425)
    >>>Goodale, Natural Resources Minister, discussing in Washington, DC meetings, o.q., 1160-1(21:1420-5), 1245-6(22:1440)
    >>>o.q., 2559-60(40:1130)
    >>>Impact, Canadian supplies, etc., 3164-5(48:1630), 3166(48:1640)
    >>>North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) provisions, Prime Minister Chrétien-United States President Bush meeting, discussing, o.q., 301(7:1430)
    >>>United States/Canadian positions, Chrétien, Prime Minister, meeting with United States President Bush, discussing, 3168-9(48:1655), 3172(48:1720)
    >>>>o.q., 220-1(6:1425)
    >>>See also Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement/dispute; Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute--Expiry, Energy exports; Gasoline prices--Increase
    >>Nova Scotia government energy strategy review, environmental and health factors, etc., S.O. 31, 4699(73:1400)
    >>Policy making powers re prices, etc., trade agreements, impact, 98(4:1340), 834(15:1240), 835(15:1245), 3168-9(48:1655)
    >>Privatization, relationship, government/Progressive Conservative Party policy, 3163-4(48:1620-5)
    >>Rationing, possibility, greenhouse gas emissions reduction commitment, Kyoto protocol, o.q,, 7500(118:1445)
    >>Security of energy systems and infrastructure, power lines, oil and gas pipelines, nuclear facilities, etc., increase, response to United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, 11103(181:1135)
    >>>o.q., 5292(81:1440), 5981-2(92:1455-500), 6024(93:1130), 7501(118:1450)
    >>Sources, priority, using cheapest sources first, 2040(47:2040)
    >>Sustainability of finite resources, 868(16:1355)
    >>United States energy plan, President Bush May 17, 2001 announcement
    >>>Acid rain, impact, 12538(203:1520)
    >>>>o.q., 4220(65:1120)
    >>>Canadian position, response, o.q., 4219-20(65:1120-5), 4704(73:1430)
    >>>European Union position, o.q., 4219(65:1120)
    >>>Fossil fuels, role, o.q., 4219(65:1120)
    >>>Greenhouse gas emissions, impact, o.q., 4219-20(65:1120-5), 4704(73:1430)
    >>>Sustainable development, relationship, o.q., 4219-20(65:1120)
    >>>Tax incentives, 2868(44:1530-5)
    >>>See also Energy--Exports to United States; Oil and gas industry--Great Lakes drilling
    >>See also Alternative energy; General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS)--World Trade Organization (WTO) negotiations; Nuclear energy; Renewable energy; Solar energy; Wind energy

Energy conservation/efficiency

    >>Budget 2001 measures, 9490(153:1740)
    >>>Income tax measures, 9698(157:1040)
    >>Buildings, retrofitting, 833-4(15:1235-40)
    >>>Federal government buildings, 834(15:1235), 862(16:1320), 893(16:1630-5), 894(16:1640), 899(16:1715), 9806-7(159:1155-205)
    >>>>Greenhouse gas emissions reduction factor, 8464-5(134:1720-5)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 4217(65:1110)
    >>>Montreal, QC., municipal buildings, $30,000 federal funding, 899(16:1715)
    >>>Technology, international leadership potential, 834(15:1240)
    >>Canadian potential, 3172(48:1720)
    >>Economic benefits, employment, etc., 833-4(15:1235-40)
    >>Federal and provincial government initiatives, 838(15:1305)
    >>Greenhouse gas emissions reduction role, 852(16:1205), 8163(129:1920)
    >>>Fossil fuel prices, increasing to encourage, impact, 856-7(16:1235-40)
    >>>See also Energy conservation/efficiency--Buildings, Federal government buildings
    >>See also Energy--Exports to United States; Energy Innovators Initiative; Transportation--Energy costs
    >>Heat pumps, role, 893(16:1635)
    >>Home energy audits, government subsidizing, cost of implementing recommendations factor, 857(16:1240)
    >>Necessity, 892-3(16:1630), 894(16:1635)
    >>Technology
    >>>Importance, 885(16:1530)
    >>>See also Energy conservation/efficiency--Buildings

Energy industry

    >>Corporate income tax rate, 28%, 8095(129:1110)