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    >>Canadian Football League
    >>>British Columbia Lions, 2000 Grey Cup champions, S.O. 31, 101(4:1400)
    >>>Calgary Stampeders, 2001 Grey Cup champions, S.O. 31, 7492(118:1400)
    >>>Passaglia, Lui, player, retirement, tribute, S.O. 31, 101(4:1400)
    >>University of Montréal, Carabins, new football team, Quebec government investment, S.O. 31, 6926(109:1410)

For the Sake of the Children see Divorce--Child support, custody and access

Force Jeunesse see Taxation--Federal-provincial tax/fiscal imbalance

Ford, Sgt Lorne see Canadian Armed Forces--Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, Afghanistan mission

Foreign actor's tax credit see Film and television industry

Foreign Affairs and International Trade Department

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2000-2001, supplementary (A)--2001-2002, Main--2002-2003, Main
    >>Members of Parliament, briefing, 803(14:1740)
    >>See also Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute;--Expiry of agreement; Child sexual abuse/assault/exploitation--Foreign diplomats; Impaired driving--Death/injury caused; Income tax agreements, conventions and treaties--Tax havens, Government encouraging use of tax havens; Trade--London--Fanshawe constituency

Foreign Affairs and International Trade Standing Committee

    >>>First (softwood lumber - International Trade, Trade Disputes and Investment Subcommittee report), 2499(39:1010)
    >>>Second (International Boundary Waters Treaty Act (amdt.)(Bill C-6)), 4404(68:1505)
    >>>Third (situation in Afghanistan), 4404(68:1505)
    >>>>Concurrence, M. (Day), 5600-8(86:1515-615)
    >>>Fourth (Balance, Transparency and Engagement after the Quebec Summit), 4848-9(75:1205)
    >>>Fifth (Crossing the Atlantic: Expanding the Economic Relationship Between Canada and Europe), government response requested, 4711(73:1505)
    >>>>g.r., tabled, 6770(106:1505)
    >>>Sixth (Canada's foreign policy objectives in south Caucasus and central Asia), government response requested, 4711(73:1505)
    >>>Seventh (Estimates, 2001-2002, main, Canadian International Development Agency), 4849(75:1205)
    >>>Eighth (Canada-Costa Rica Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act (Bill C-32)O, 6380(98:1220)
    >>>Ninth (Export Development Act (amdt.)(Bill C-31)), 6627(103:1205)
    >>>Tenth (Sugar industry), 6770(106:1505)
    >>>Eleventh (Foreign Missions and International Organizations Act (amdt.)(Bill C-35)), 7218(113:1205)
    >>>Twelfth (Foreign Missions and International Organizations Act (amdt.)(Bill C-35)), 7381(116:1520)
    >>>Thirteenth (Towards a Secure and Trade-Efficient Border), 7715(122:1200)
    >>>Fourteenth (Canadian Commercial Corporation Act (amdt.)(Bill C-41), 7715(122:1200)
    >>>Fifteenth (Canada and the North American Challenge), 8070(128:1520)
    >>>Sixteenth (People's Republic of China Accession to Agreement Establishing World Trade Organization Act (Bill C-50)), 10605(172:1200)
    >>>Seventeenth (Subcommittee on Human Rights and International Development hearing into the situation in Zimbabwe), 11056(180:1530)
    >>>>Concurrence, M. (Martin, K.), 12195-8(199:1525-45)
    >>>Eighteenth (Human rights developments in Colombia), 11384-5(185:1510)
    >>>>Concurrence, M. (Martin, K.), 12779-83(207:1505-30)
    >>>Nineteenth (Building an Effective New Round of WTO Negotiations: Key Issues for Canada), 11415(186:1005)
    >>>Twentieth (corrigenda to nineteenth report), 11885(194:1505)
    >>>Twenty-first (Proposals for agenda of 2002 G-8 Summit), 12042(197:1515)
    >>>Twenty-second (Strengthening Canada's Economic Links with the Americas), government response requested, 12722(206:1205)
    >>Subcommittee on Human Rights and International Development, travel, authorization, M. (Regan), agreed to, 7853(124:1625-30)
    >>Travel, authorization
    >>>M. (Lee), agreed to, 4486(69:1520)
    >>>M. (Regan), agreed to, 8179(130:1520), 10481(169:1740), 10546(171:1140)
    >>See also Canada-Costa Rica Free Trade Agreement--Legislation; Canada-Costa Rica Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act (Bill C-32); Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute;--Expiry of agreement; Canadian Commercial Corporation Act (amdt.)(Bill C-41); Export Development Corporation (EDC)--Foreign Affairs and International Trade Standing Committee study--Legislation; Export Development Act (amdt.)(Bill C-31); Free trade--Central American countries; Free Trade Area of the Americas--Foreign Affairs and International Trade Standing Committee--Secrecy; International Boundary Waters Treaty Act (amdt.)(Bill C-6); International conferences--Security, Legislation; MOX fuels--CANDU reactors use; Multilateral Agreement on Investment (MAI); People's Republic of China Accession to Agreement Establishing World Trade Organization Act (Bill C-50); Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee--Reports, Thirteenth; Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Canadian response; World Trade Organization (WTO)

Foreign Affairs Minister see Diplomatic immunity--Foreign delegates; Water exports--Banning, Boundary waters--Banning, Legislation

Foreign aid

Foreign airlines see Air Canada

Foreign and trade policies

    >>Human rights, including, 6678(104:1605), 6680(104:1630)
    >>Sensitive information, access, Parliament receiving earlier, o.q., 3795(58:1425)

Foreign asset disclosure rule see Income tax

Foreign banks see Banks and financial institutions

Foreign credential recognition see Immigrants; Skilled trades and technology workforce--Immigrants

Foreign debt see National debt

Foreign investment/ownership

    >>Attractiveness of Canada/investment climate, 10830(176:1355)
    >>Canadian investment abroad, 11471(186:1720)
    >>>Central and South America, 5705(88:1015)
    >>>Costa Rica, 5703(88:1000), 6560(102:1040), 6578(102:1310), 6581(102:1335)
    >>>Economic growth, encouraging, 3359-60(52:1050-5), 3361(52:1105), 3379(52:1310), 3386(52:1355), 3400(52:1505), 3403(52:1525)
    >>>>North American countries, 3380(52:1315)
    >>>Exceeds Canadian investment in Canada, 8880(142:1255), 8882(142:1310)
    >>>Exceeds foreign investment in Canada, reasons, 3403-4(52:1525-30), 3415(52:1645)
    >>>Increase, 11627(189:1835)
    >>>>Dollar exchange rate factor, 8882(142:1310)
    >>>Rules, importance, 3379(52:1310), 3386(52:1355), 3404(52:1525), 3415(52:1645), 11627(189:1835)
    >>>>Bloc Québécois position, 3407(52:1550)
    >>>United States, increase, o.q., 4838(75:1115), 4901(76:1415)
    >>>See also Mining industry--Foreign investment in Americas
    >>Decline, 8043(128:1220)
    >>Developing countries, benefitting, 3379(52:1315)
    >>Economic growth, encouraging, 3359(52:1050), 3361(52:1105), 3379(52:1305), 3386(52:1355), 3403(52:1525), 3405(52:1530-5), 11627(189:1835)
    >>>North American countries, 3380(52:1315)
    >>Equal, fair treatment as Canadian corporations, 3385(52:1345-50)
    >>Foreign acquisitions of Canadian companies greater than Canadian acquisitions of foreign companies, 10616(172:1305)
    >>Government regulating, 3173(48:1730), 3359-60(52:1055)
    >>Increase, 8107(129:1230-5)
    >>International protection agreements, 3382-3(52:1330-5)
    >>Mexico, comparison, o.q., 8918(143:1415)
    >>Political parties positions, 556(11:1720)
    >>Productivity, relationship, 8307(1233:1220), 8308(133:1225)
    >>Rules, necessity, 3361(52:1100-5), 3366-7(52:1145), 3376(52:1245-50), 3379-80(52:1310-5), 3386(52:1355), 3404(52:1525), 3415(52:1645)
    >>>Bloc Québécois position, 3370(52:1205-10), 3407(52:1550)
    >>See also Banks and financial institutions; Business--Costs; Cameco Corporation; Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute--Expiry, Canadian companies; Canadian National Railway Company (CNR)--Privatization; Dollar exchange rate--Decline; Farmers/farms; Gulf Canada Resources Limited--Conoco Inc. purchase; Income tax--Provincial income tax; Income tax agreements, conventions and treaties--Trade and foreign investment; Petro-Canada; Rail transportation/railways; Venture capital investments--Income tax changes

Foreign military training see Canadian Armed Forces--Bases and camps

Foreign Minister see Immigrants--Inadmissibility

Foreign Missions and International Organizations Act (amdt.)(Bill C-35)--Minister of Foreign Affairs (Manley)

    >>First reading, 5775(89:1505)
    >>Second reading, 6011-8(93:1000-55), 6031-40(93:1210-330), 6332-48(97:1525-730), 6425-35(99:1510-625), agreed to, on recorded division, 6504-5(100:1750)
    >>>Question be now put, M. (Bulte), 6035(93:1245), agreed to, on recorded division, 6503-4(100:1750)
    >>>Amdt. (Martin, K.), 6038(93:1305), not in order, 6038(93:1310)
    >>Foreign Affairs and International Trade Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, 6505(100:1750)
    >>>Reported, with amdts., 7218(113:1205), 7381(116:1520)
    >>Report stage, 7302-16(115:1015-1205), concurrence, agreed to, on recorded division, 7343-4(115:1515)
    >>>M. (Lalonde), 7302(115:1015), negatived, on recorded division, 7342-3(115:1510-5)
    >>Third reading, 7386-401(116:1535-735), 7418-40(117:1050-345), 7646-62(121:1005-220), agreed to, on recorded division, 7876-8(124:1805), passed.
    >>>Amdt. (Pallister), 7391(116:1615), negatived, on recorded division, 7567-8(119:1510-20)
    >>>Question be now put, M. (Carroll), 7646(121:1005), agreed to, on recorded division, 7875-6(124:1800-5)
    >>Royal Assent, 11012(179:1510) Chap. 12, S.C. 2002
    >>See also Diplomatic immunity--Foreign representatives; Embassies and consulates--Foreign missions in Canada; Immigrants--Inadmissibility; International conferences--Security

Foreign overfishing see Fisheries

"Foreign Overfishing: Its Impacts and Solutions, Conservation on the Nose and Tail of the Grand Banks and the Flemish Cap" see Fisheries and Oceans Standing Committee--Reports, Tenth

Foreign periodicals see Periodicals, foreign

Foreign policy

    >>Changes, Foreign Affairs Minister Manley announcing in London, England, contempt of House, 1985-6(33:1505), 2040-1(33:2100)
    >>Defence policy, relationship, 7431(117:1225), 10062(163:1130)
    >>Defining, 5855(90:1320)
    >>Foreign aid, relationship, 6646(104:1230)
    >>Inconsistencies, India-Pakistan relations example, o.q., 11884(194:1500)
    >>Independent/multilateral policy, 5123(79:1220)
    >>Preventive diplomacy, importance, etc., 5855-6(90:1320), 8455(134:1615)
    >>South Caucasus and central Asia, policy objectives, 4711(73:1505)
    >>United States co-operation, importance, 268(7:1055-100)
    >>United States foreign policy, relationship, 5164(79:1720), 5841-2(90:1115), 11784(192:1725), 11972(195:1720-5)
    >>>o.q., 3480(53:1425)
    >>See also Foreign aid; Foreign and trade policies; Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting

Foreign Service/Diplomatic Corps

    >>Canadian diplomats overseas, violation of national and local laws, incidents, 1996-2000, qu., 4103-4(63:1510)
    >>Canadian diplomats, volunteer efforts, tribute, S.O. 31, 10382(168:1355)
    >>Foreign diplomats serving in Canada, violation of Canadian national, provincial and local laws
    >>>Incidents, 1996-2000, r.o., 4104(63:1515)
    >>>Zero-tolerance policy, qu., 11521(188:1010)
    >>Foreign Service Officers, 600 unfilled positions, filling, 9329-31(150:1825-35)
    >>>o.q., 7010(110:1445)

Foreign-trained doctors see Health care providers--Doctors, Shortage

Forest capital of Canada see Forest industry

Forest fires

    >>Fighting, Canadian Armed Forces assistance, Alberta request, o.q., 4529(70:1140)
    >>See also Forest industry

Forest industry

    >>Aboriginal communities, co-operation, 1682(29:1035)
    >>British Columbia
    >>>Grade setting, multinational companies, damaging effects, 1694(29:1155)
    >>>Importance, 1692(29:1140), 1741(29:1655), 6005(92:1750)
    >>>Mountain pine beetle infestation, federal government response, 7056(110:1950), 7168(112:1505), 8160-2(129:1900-10), 10415(168:1755), 10611-2(172:1225-30), 11307(184:1510), 12247(200:1245), 12248(200:1255)
    >>>>M. (Mayfield), 11028-36(179:1730-1825)
    >>>>>Dropped from Order Paper, 11036(179:1825)
    >>>>National Defence Department responsibility, Riske creek military reserve, 8160-2(129:1900-10), 11036(179:1825)
    >>>>o.q., 4227(65:1155), 7217(113:1200), 7682(121:1455), 7713(122:1150-5)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 153(5:1105), 6660(104:1410), 8003(127:1110), 9653(156:1410), 9702(157:1105), 10383(168:1400)
    >>>Sustainability, 1709(29:1335)
    >>Clear cut logging, 3109(47:2055)
    >>>Reduction, 1694(29:1155)
    >>Communities, co-operation, dependence, 1682(29:1035), 1686(29:1105)
    >>Economic importance, Canada's largest industry, etc., 1704(29:1300), 1732-3(29:1555), 1741(29:1655), 3099(47:1955), 3112(47:2110)
    >>>o.q., 11498(187:1150-5)
    >>Efficient, 1701(29:1240), 1703(29:1255)
    >>Employment, providing
    >>>British Columbia, 1741(29:1655)
    >>>Nationally, 1679(29:1015), 1683(29:1045), 1687(29:1110), 1703-4(29:1300), 1706(29:1315), 1732(29:1555), 1741(29:1655)
    >>>Quebec, 1679(29:1015), 1681(29:1030), 1700(29:1235), 1702(29:1245), 1711-2(29:1350), 1729(29:1525), 1735-6(29:1615), 3099-100(47:1955)
    >>Environmental protection, 1682(29:1035), 1683(29:1045)
    >>>Replanting policy, 1709(29:1335)
    >>>United States, comparison, o.q., 1915(32:1455)
    >>>See also Forest industry--Exports--Woodlots, Intergenerational transfers
    >>>Environmental factors, pro-active practical market access initiative, 3098(47:1940-5)
    >>>International, 1704(29:1300)
    >>>Natural Resources and Government Operations Standing Committee 2000 report, Forest Management Practices in Canada as an International Trade Issue, government response, lack, 3098(47:1940)
    >>>United States
    >>>>Largest amount, 1703-4(29:1300), 1743(29:1710)
    >>>>Quebec, from, 3100(47:1955)
    >>>See also Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute
    >>Federal-provincial-industry consultation, stakeholders meeting, 7065-6(110:2055)
    >>Fire, effects, 1735(29:1615)
    >>Forest capital of Canada, Corner Brook, NF, for 2002, o.q., 8829(141:1455)
    >>Free trade agreement, including, 1683(29:1045)
    >>Gaspé region, QC
    >>>Description, bioclimactic zones, 1735-6(29:1615-20)
    >>>Privately owned forest, 1735(29:1615)
    >>Government assistance, federal-provincial jurisdiction factor, etc., 3109-10(47:2050-5)
    >>Insect infestations, effects, 1735(29:1615)
    >>Marketplace democracy, 1709-10(29:1335-45)
    >>New Brunswick
    >>>Miramichi, Hubbard, family involvement, history, 7058(110:2005)
    >>>UPM-Kymmene Corporation of Finland operations, machines replacing loggers, layoffs, etc., 8857(142:1020-5)
    >>>o.q., 8869-70(142:1140-5)
    >>Petawawa National Forestry Institution (PNFI), 1997 closure, government short sightedness, 7067(110:2105)
    >>Process, 1732-3(29:1555)
    >>Processing, production costs, 1682(29:1035-40), 1706(29:1310-5)
    >>>Improving, 1700(29:1235)
    >>Quality, exceptional, 1733(29:1600)
    >>>Importance, 3099-100(47:1955)
    >>>James Bay Cree rights factor, 5997(92:1655)
    >>>Production, 1679(29:1015-20), 1700(29:1235), 1702(29:1245-50), 1711-2(29:1350), 1729(29:1525), 1743(29:1710)
    >>Quota system, 3117(47:2145)
    >>>Following federal, provincial legislation, 1682(29:1035)
    >>Raw log exports see Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute--Expiry of agreement
    >>>Access, building, 1682(29:1035)
    >>>Conditions, 1682(29:1040), 1701(29:1240), 1703(29:1255)
    >>Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region, QC, declared secondary and tertiary lumber processing region, 3131(47:2320)
    >>St. Lawrence region, QC, 1736(29:1620)
    >>Stumpage, trade problems, 1701(29:1240)
    >>Subsidies, United States allegations, o.q., 1915(32:1455)
    >>Sustainable forest management, 1733(29:1555), 1736(29:1620)
    >>>o.q., 3743(57:1440)
    >>>S.O. 31, 3735(57:1400), 12523(203:1400)
    >>>See also Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute
    >>Sustainability, 3112(47:2110)
    >>Technology, developing
    >>>Technology Partnerships Canada Program, etc., 3102(47:2010)
    >>>Worker displacement, 7058-9(110:2010)
    >>Transportation costs, 1701(29:1240)
    >>>Gasoline price increases, relationship, 1682(29:1035)
    >>Value-added processing, increasing, 1692(29:1140), 1700(29:1235), 3102(47:2010), 3111(47:2100)
    >>>Capital gains tax, revenue, qu., 10273-4(166:1020)
    >>>Intergenerational transfers, income tax treatment, Budget 2001 measure, 8768(140:1540), 9452(153:1235)
    >>>>Environmental benefits, 9490(153:1740), 9698(157:1040)
    >>>Taxation, 50-80 year harvest cycle factor, 3092(47:1855-900)
    >>>Transition, Budget 2001 measure, 8199(130:1745)
    >>Yukon, importance, 1740-1(29:1650)
    >>See also Aboriginal Affairs, Northern Development and Natural Resources Standing Committee--Reports, Fourth; Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute; Fisheries and Oceans Department--Armed officials; Lumber industry; Marine conservation areas; Pulp and paper industry; Salmon, Pacific; Shipbuilding industry--Saint John, NB shipyard; Softwood lumber industry; Species at risk (endangered species)--Habitat preservation, Landowners, Compensation

Forest Management Practices in Canada as an International Trade Issue see Forest industry--Exports


    >>Boreal forests, environmental protection, importance, S.O. 31, 8709-10(139:1400)
    >>Federal government role, etc., S.O. 31, 3656(56:1405)
    >>Growth/disappearance, 12537-8(203:1510-20)
    >>Oil and gas industry, impact, S.O. 31, 12523(203:1400)
    >>See also Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)--Reducing, Carbon sinks; National Forest Week; Water exports

Foreurs de Val-d'Or see Hockey

Forgery see Canadian passports

Forget, Alain

    >>Quebec police constable, killed in line of duty, tribute, S.O. 31, 5588(86:1410)

Forseth, Paul (CA--New Westminster--Coquitlam--Burnaby)

Forsyth, Allison see Skiing--Canadian Ski Championships

Fort Erie, ON see Border, Canada-United States--Security

Fort Lewis, WA see Canadian Armed Forces--Training programs, United States bases

Fort McMurray, AB see Canadian National Improv Games--Westwood Community High School

Fort Nelson, BC see Northern Lights College

Fort Saint-Jean campus see Canadian Armed Forces--Training programs

Fortaleza, Brazil see Inter-American Development Bank

Forum for Young Canadians

    >>Educational program, learning about political process, 2069-70(33:2420-5)
    >>>S.O. 31, 3388(52:1405)

Forum of Federations

    >>Government funding, sunsetting, 12295(200:1830)

Fossil fuels

    >>Athabasca constituency, 3095(47:1915)
    >>Costs of fuels and electricity generated from, impact of Kyoto protocol on greenhouse gas emissions reduction, job losses, etc., o.q., 9410(152:1115)
    >>Dependance, reducing, greenhouse gas emissions reduction factor, 8163(129:1920)
    >>Exports to United States, environmental factors, 3105(47:2025)
    >>Finite resource, 3107(47:2040)
    >>Production peaking, 8074(128:1545)
    >>Sustainability, using more efficiently, 868(16:1355)
    >>Unsustainable, 892(16:1630)
    >>Western provinces use, 897(16:1705)
    >>See also Alternative energy; Coal mining industry; Energy--United States energy plan; Energy conservation/efficiency--Greenhouse gas emissions reduction role; Natural gas; Oil and gas industry

Fossil of the Day Award see Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)--reducing, International negotiations

Foster, Gen Kent see Canadian Armed Force--Canadian Airborne Regiment


Fournier, Ghislain (BQ--Manicouagan)

    >>Access to Information Act, 7592(119:1825)
    >>Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36), 7591-2(119:1820-5)
    >>Blouin, Gustave, S.O. 31, 11002(179:1410)
    >>Canada Foundation for Sustainable Development Technology Act (Bill C-4), 899(16:1720)
    >>Canada Labour Code and Public Service Staff relations Act (amdt.--scabs and essential services)(Bill C-413), 7271(114:1535)
    >>Canada National Marine Conservation Areas Act (Bill C-10), 7320-1(115:1240-50)
    >>Contaminated sites, 3756(57:1605)
    >>Diamond mining industry, 3135(47:2345)
    >>Drinking water, M. on supply (Herron), 3756-8(57:1605-20)
    >>Drinking water contamination, 899(16:1720), 909-10(16:1835-40), 3757(57:1610-5), 3758(57:1620)
    >>>o.q., 111(4:1450), 226-7(6:1455), 2126(34:1500), 3800(58:1455), 6423(99:1450), 7502(118:1500), 8065(128:1450), 10724(174:1455), 10939(178:1500)
    >>>S.O. 31, 949(17:1405), 7830(124:1405)
    >>Education, 3756(57:1605)
    >>Employment Insurance Act and the Employment Insurance (Fishing) Regulations (amdt.)(Bill C-2), 587-9(12:1255-1305), 2600-1(41:1250-5)
    >>Genetically modified organisms (GMOs), o.q., 4847(75:1200)
    >>House of Commons proceedings, M. on supply (Breitkreuz), 4954(77:1055)
    >>Iron Ore Company of Canada, S.O. 31, 6415(99:1410)
    >>Labour disputes/strikes/lockouts, 7271(114:1535)
    >>Liberal government (Chrétien), S.O. 31, 2554(40:1110)
    >>Marine conservation areas, 7320-1(115:1240-50)
    >>Mining industry, 3133-4(47:2330-40), 3135(47:2345)
    >>Natural resource industries, Committee take note, M. (Boudria), 3133-5(47:2330-50)
    >>Parliamentary reform, 4954(77:1055)
    >>Pollution, 899(16:1720)
    >>Procedure, language, inappropriate/improper, 588(12:1300)
    >>Quebec Cartier Mining Company, S.O. 31, 3388(52:1405)
    >>Ruest, Andrée, S.O. 31, 4346(67:1405)
    >>Species at Risk Act (Bill C-5), 10427-8(169:1050-5)
    >>Species at risk (endangered species), 10427-8(169:1050-5)
    >>Terrorism/terrorists, 7591-2(119:1820-5)
    >>>Petitions, 9471(153:1520)
    >>United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, 7591(119:1820)
    >>Water/freshwater, o.q., 111(4:1450)
    >>Youth Criminal Justice Act (Bill C-7), 4295(66:1715-20)
    >>Youth justice system, 4295(66:1715-20)

Fox, Terry

    >>Day, commemorating, 3262(50:1205)
    >>>See also Terry Fox Day Act (Bill C-339); Terry Fox Run

Fox, Vicente see Mexico

France see Elections--Proportional representation; Multilateral Agreement on Investment (MAI)--Failure; Nuclear energy; Political process/system--Women, Parity with men; Terrorism/terrorists--Ouzghar; Wine industry--Trade mission to Texas

Franco-Ontarian flag

    >>Unveiling, 26th anniversary, S.O. 31, 5588-9(86:1410)

Franco-Yukon community see Francophones outside Quebec--Yukon

Francophone artists see Arts and culture

Francophone communities

    >>Ottawa, ON, meeting, S.O. 31, 1449(25:1100)
    >>Sustainable francophone communities, 183(5:1400)

Francophone culture see Lebanon

Francophone offices see Western Economic Diversification Canada--Staff

Francophone Youth and Community Futures see Official languages policy (Bilingualism)--Official language minority communities


    >>Culture, traditions, preservation, government commitment, S.O. 31, 7443(117:1415)
    >>See Air Canada; Census--2001; Immigrants; NAV CANADA--Hiring policy; Public Service

Francophones outside Quebec

    >>>Canadian Heritage Department Canada Day guide for teachers, ignoring, S.O. 31, 1514(26:1405)
    >>>Francophone and Acadian communities, increase, Statistics Canada report, government action, need, o.q., 3143-4(48:1420-5)
    >>>Quebec, separation, impact, o.q., 3143-4(48:1420-5)
    >>>Rate of assimilation, government addressing, o.q., 5557(85:1455)
    >>Legal, AB, French culture, celebrating, French mural art, S.O. 31, 1975(33:1410)
    >>Linguistic duality, government commitment, o.q., 1913(32:1440-5)
    >>>See also Université de Moncton--Master of Forestry program
    >>Louisiana, United States, Acadian culture, francophone rights
    >>>Perrin, Warren, supporting, British Crown apology to Acadians, seeking, S.O. 31, 3790-1(58:1405)
    >>>See also Quebec separation/sovereignty--Acadians
    >>Montfort Hospital, Ottawa, ON, francophone facility, service reduction, court ruling unconstitutional, Ontario Court of Appeal hearing
    >>>Appeal rejected, linguistic minority rights upheld, S.O. 31, 8002-3(127:1105), 8167(130:1410)
    >>>>Ontario government, accepting, Giséle Lalonde, tribute, S.O. 31, 8709(139:1400), 8711(139:1410)
    >>>o.q., 8717(139:1440)
    >>>S.O. 31, 3983-4(61:1410)
    >>French language, promoting, Ordre des francphones d'Amérique, Prix du 3-juillet-1608, recipients, congratulating, S.O. 31, 10351(167:1110)
    >>Rights, government commitment, budget restrictions, relationship, o.q., 8443(134:1455), 8484-5(135:1450)
    >>Yukon, Franco-Yukon community, recognition, requesting, S.O. 31, 7442(117:1410)


    >>Celebrations, Semaine nationale de la Francophonie, Rendez-vous de la Francophonie, Journée internationale de la Francophonie, S.O. 31, 1514(26:1410), 1588-9(27:1400), 1905-6(32:1405), 9457-8(153:1400), 9652(156:1405), 9880-2(160:1410-5)
    >>Democratic regimes, necessity, Paradis, Secretary of State for the Francophonie, Latin America and Africa, position, S.O. 31, 9022(145:1415)
    >>Lebanon, October 2001 meeting
    >>>Canada participation, o.q., 5719(88:1145)
    >>>Postponement, o.q., 6261(96:1500)
    >>>Rescheduling, October 2002 meeting, o.q., 8925(143:1455)
    >>See also Canadian Games of La Francophonie; Francophonie Games (Ottawa-Hull 2001); Ordre de la Pléiade; Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting, Commonwealth and Francophonie

Francophonie Games (Ottawa-Hull 2001)

    >>Communications contracts
    >>>Administrative process, adherence to, o.q., 12039(197:1450-5)
    >>>Groupe Everest, communications contract awarded, political intervention
    >>>>Boudria, relationship, o.q., 11667(190:1420-5), 11712(191:1120)
    >>>>Cauchon, Justice Minister, role, 11947(195:1420-5)
    >>>>Gosselin Relations Publiques, $335,000 received, value, o.q., 11991-2(196:1135)
    >>>Promotion, overspending, 12303(200:1930)
    >>>Sponsorship funds request, amount paid, $300,000 in excess, o.q., 12187-8(199:1440-5), 12262-3(200:1430)
    >>Leroux, Rhéal, director general, commissions received, conflict of interest possibility
    >>>Audit, access to documentation, denial, investigation request
    >>>>o.q., 9707(157:1130-5), 10029-30(162:1120-5)
    >>>o.q., 6029-30(93:1200), 10030(162:1125)
    >>Ottawa, ON, English speaking capital
    >>>Franco-Ontarians, Bloc Quebecois insulting, 699-700(13:1500-5)
    >>>>o.q., 695(13:1440)
    >>>S.O. 31, 598(12:1410)
    >>>Athletes representing Quebec, fleur-de-lis, displaying, S.O. 31, 4900(76:1410)
    >>>Role, status, o.q., 3218(49:1455)
    >>Radio Jeuness, international broadcast of events, S.O. 31, 1905(32:1405)

Franklin, Ursula see Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting, Disease prevention analogy, War against terrorism

Frankowski, Richard see Immigrants

Fraser Institute see National parks--Ecological integrity

Fraser River

    >>Fisheries management, panel members, replacing, experience, necessity, o.q., 3800(58:1455)
    >>Gravel in river bed, removal, fisheries and flooding, risk, 10011(161:2235-40), 11629-30(189:1850-900)
    >>>Island 22 community, Chilliwak, BC factors, o.q., 1525(26:1500)
    >>>o.q., 9148(147:1150)
    >>Pollution clean-up, Infrastructure Canada program funding, o.q., 3217(49:1450)
    >>See also Salmon, Pacific

Fraser, Sheila see Auditor General of Canada

Fraser Valley, BC see Employment insurance--Fraud; Waste--Industrial waste dumping


    >>Victims, civil action, taking, United States model, following, 4923(76:1625)

Fraudulent organizations see Income tax agreements, conventions and treaties--Tax havens

Fredericks, Joseph see Sex offenders/pedophiles

Fredericton, NB

    >>Canadian Business magazine designating as best city in Canada to do business in, etc., S.O. 31, 11943(195:1400)
    >>See also CARIS; Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada (Romanow); Highway safety/accidents--New Brunswick; Sustainable cities initiative--ADI Group Inc.; Trans-Canada Highway--Highway 185; VIA Rail Canada Inc.--Atlantic service

Fredericton constituency see International Year of Volunteers--Volunteer medals

Free trade

Free Trade Area of the Americas