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The Hansard Index is the key to information about what is said by Members of Parliament in the House of Commons during the 37th Parliament, 1st Session. The subject entries will either provide reference to a page number or, a combination of page number followed by the issue sitting number and time checks in the daily Hansard.

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Gulf Canada Resources Limited

    >>Conoco Inc. purchase, foreign ownership factor, reviewing, etc., o.q., 4400(68:1445), 4526(70:1125)

Gulf cod see Cod

Gulf War see Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--United States response, Canadian Armed Forces

Gulf War Syndrome see Riordon, Terry

Gully see Sable Gully

Gun control/guns

    >>Canadian Firearms Program, budget allocation and cost breakdown for 2001-2002 and total expenditures since 1995, qu., 4851(75:1220), 10773(175:1515)
    >>Crime, use in
    >>>Consecutive sentences, 5627(87:1000)
    >>>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.--consecutive sentence for use of firearm in commission of offence)(BIll C-398)
    >>>Increase, o.q., 9299(150:1450)
    >>>Numbers, decline, 11087(180:1855), 11794(192:1845)
    >>>r.o., 9204(148:1520)
    >>>Statistics, government misleading, S.O. 31, 11001(179:1400)
    >>>Violent crime, increase, 11086(180:1850)
    >>Gun use, educational programs, 2248-9(36:1700)
    >>>See also Youth justice system--Rehabilitation
    >>Legislation, Firearms Act (Bill C-68)
    >>>Court challenges, S.O. 31, 9881(160:1410)
    >>>Criticism, 8941(143:1655), 9919(161:1015), 11393(185:1605)
    >>Prohibited weapons, short barrelled .25 calibre and .22 calibre handguns, ownership grandfathered, amnesties, etc., 7194-6(112:1830-5)
    >>Public safety program, 11086(180:1855)
    >>Registration system, 2256(36:1750)
    >>>Aboriginal peoples/communities, exemption, 8861(142:1050)
    >>>Accomplishments, guns seized, licences refused/revoked, etc., 3582(54:1630), 11087(180:1900)
    >>>Administration, transfer from Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) to Justice Department, 8214-5(131:1050-5)
    >>>Address, failure to change, penalties, 8702(139:1310)
    >>>Ammunition, difficulty acquiring, 5386(82:2000)
    >>>Amnesty, extending, o.q., 4591(71:1455)
    >>>Applications, approval backlog, Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) funding cutbacks, impact, S.O. 31, 1158-9(21:1410-5)
    >>>Automobile registration system, comparison, o.q., 10722(174:1445)
    >>>Background checks, number completed by May 31, 2001, qu., 5628(87:1005)
    >>>Boucher, Maurice "Mom", Hells Angels leader, convicted criminal, licence approval, o.q., 11228-9(183:1435-40), 11305(184:1500), 11383-4(185:1500)
    >>>Canadian Alliance opposing, 1572(27:1205), 1605(27:1525)
    >>>Certificates issued without owners' names, 11793-5(192:1840-5)
    >>>>o.q., 10722(174:12445)
    >>>Compliance rate, 3582(54:1630)
    >>>Costs, 2256(36:1755), 3500(53:1610), 3650(56:1325), 3715(57:1140), 3719(57:1215), 5365(82:1705-10), 7104(111:1540), 8218(131:1120), 8228(131:1235), 8681(139:1020), 8692(139:1145), 8709(139:1355), 8841(141:1620), 8849(141:1720), 8877(142:1230), 8939(143:1635), 9038(145:1555), 9066(146:1020), 9269-70(149:1550), 9272(149:1615), 9600(155:1640), 11086(180:1850)
    >>>>Additional $150 million, o.q., 6890(108:1200)
    >>>>o.q., 477-8(10:1145-50), 5719(88:1150)
    >>>>qu., 8071-2(128:1530), 8403-4(134:1010)
    >>>>Underestimated, o.q., 10089(163:1445)
    >>>>Wasted, 8186(130:1610), 8447(134:1520), 8861(142:1050)
    >>>Definition, firearm, changing, 3648(56:1300-5)
    >>>>See also Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15)
    >>>Enforcement, National Weapons Enforcement Support Team (NWEST), creating
    >>>>o.q., 825(15:1145)
    >>>>qu., 3495-6(53:1545)
    >>>Errors, 11893-5(192:1840-50), 12218-9(199:1830-40)
    >>>>o.q., 11132(181:1455), 11383-4(185:1500)
    >>>Expenditures, redirecting to police, crime prevention, etc., 8231(131:1255)
    >>>>o.q., 1910(32:1430), 9299-300(150:1445-50)
    >>>>Petitions, 230(6:1520)
    >>>Failure, 1608(27:1550), 5382(82:1930), 8312(133:1255), 11931-2(195:1220)
    >>>>Conservation officers, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, refusal to enforce, 5337(82:1340)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 2908(45:1110-5), 4066(62:1400)
    >>>Farmers, effects, 5339(82:1615)
    >>>>Criminalizing, 5699(87:1910)
    >>>Fees, waiving, regulations, amended by Order in Council, Justice Minister McLellan failure to table explanation in House as outlined in Firearms Act, 6265-6(96:1525), 6596(102:1505)
    >>>Firearm, purpose, proving, 5377(82:1845)
    >>>Hunters
    >>>>Criminalizing, 1501(26:1240), 5699(87:1910)
    >>>>Effects, 5338(82:1615), 5367(82:1725), 9040(145:1610)
    >>>>Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) roadblocks, 6271-2(96:1610)
    >>>Identification cards, use at border crossing, o.q., 5719-20(88:1150)
    >>>Inefficiency, ineffectiveness, etc., 9600(155:1635-40)
    >>>Licence renewal process, streamlining, staggering renewal dates, filing documents online, etc., 3582(54:1630), 3650(56:1325), 3652(56:1340)
    >>>>See also Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15)
    >>>Licences, issued with wrong photographs, Privacy Commissioner investigating, 9397-8(151:1820-5)
    >>>>o.q., 7013(110:1455-500)
    >>>Long guns, 8877(142:1230)
    >>>>Exemption, 829(15:1200-5), 5331(82:1045), 5354(82:1530), 6283-8(96:1815-40), 9117(146:1635)
    >>>>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.) and Firearms Act (amdt.--exemption of long guns from registration)(Bill C-269)
    >>>>Useless, excessive costs, 5329(82:1035)
    >>>Lost information, 9600(155:1640)
    >>>National consensus, lack, 8685(139:1055)
    >>>Oppressive, law abiding citizens criminalized, etc., 2571(40:1240-5), 9090-1(146:1335-40), 9432(152:1330)
    >>>Outfitting industry, effects, 5338-9(82:1615-20)
    >>>Owners, lost track of, change of address, etc., 10269-70(165:1825-35)
    >>>>o.q., 9832(159:1455-500)
    >>>Privatization/outsourcing, 557(11:1725), 3698-9(56:1830-5), 8447(134:1520)
    >>>>o.q., 532(11:1435-40), 825(15:1145), 9104-5(146:1500), 9199(148:1455), 9201(148:1500)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 12670(205:1410)
    >>>Process, complicated, 5365(82:1705-10), 11086-7(180:1855)
    >>>Public support, 8709(139:1355), 11086-7(180:1855-900)
    >>>>Decline, S.O. 31, 7158(112:1405)
    >>>>o.q., 6890(108:1200), 11132(181:1455)
    >>>Rebate program, additional costs, S.O. 31, 7704(122:1105)
    >>>Rejecting, petition, 7770(123:1505)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 1399(24:1405)
    >>>Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) FIP database, accuracy, error rate, contravention of Privacy Act, etc., Privacy Commissioner report recommendations, 4029-30(61:1910-5), 6272-3(96:1615), 8703(139:1310)
    >>>>o.q., 958(17:1450)
    >>>Rural Canadians, privacy concerns, 8415(134:1135)
    >>>Software program, "The Firearm Reference Table", implementation, correction and re-implementation, costs, qu., 5628(87:1005)
    >>>Unregistered guns, violation of law, o.q., 112(4:1455-500)
    >>>Valid licence holders, police harassment, S.O. 31, 8991(144:1415)
    >>>See also Murder--Nain, NF case; National sex offender registry
    >>Regulations, draft, tabling in House for review by Standing Committee prior to enactment, Justice Minister McLellan failure to comply with statutory obligation to table explanation for opinion draft regulations not tabled in House, 6735-7(105:1500-15), 7380-1(116:1515)
    >>Responsible Firearms Owners Coalition of British Columbia, Elections Act contravention, 6271-2(96:1610)
    >>Safety course, British Columbia, purpose, S.O. 31, 9457(153:1400)
    >>Search and seizure without warrant, 3624-30(55:1240-320)
    >>>Damage to property, compensation, 350(8:1510)
    >>>Provisions, Firearms Act (Bill C-68)(35th Parl., 1st Sess.), repeal, 350(8:1510)
    >>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.--search and seizure without warrant)(Bill C-245)
    >>See also Air transportation security--Increase, Failure; Border, Canada-United States--Security, Firearms and explosives detection equipment--Security, Preclearance/reverse preclearance; Borders, international--Security, Customs officers role; Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)--Aid projects; Explosives--Terrorist use; Paint ball players/operators

Guru Nanak Dev Ji

    >>Sikh guru, 532nd birthday, celebrating, S.O. 31, 7704(122:1105)

Gushue, Brad see Curling--World Junior Championships, Men

Guysborough County, NS see Income tax--Rural and remote communities

Gwaii Haanas, BC see Marine conservation areas

Gwich'in Land Claims Agreement Report

    >>Annual report (1998-1999), tabled, 3618(55:1205)
    >>Annual report (1999-2000), tabled, 3938(60:1215)
    >>Annual report (2000-2001), tabled, 12886(209:1515)
    >>See also Aboriginal self-government

Gwich'in Nation see United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Canadian response, Yukon

Gypsy moth

    >>British Columbia, Vancouver Island, eradication, pesticide use, 10415(168:1755)

Gzowski, Peter

    >>Broadcaster, author, CBC radio host of Morningside, death, tributes, S.O. 31, 8322-3(133:1405-10), 8635(138:1355)