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Highways and roads

    >>Accidents see Highway safety/accidents
    >>Atlantic provinces, conditions, decline, etc., 6612(103:1035)
    >>Border crossings, federal government expenditures, British Columbia, etc., o.q., 607(12:1455)
    >>Bridges see Highways and roads--Ottawa, ON--Quebec
    >>British Columbia
    >>>Federal funding, lack, gasoline taxes collected factor, 355-6(8:1540), 2948(46:1230), 7108(111:1615), 7114(111:1700)
    >>>>o.q., 607(12:1455), 1409-10(24:1455), 2917(45:1150), 3483(53:1440)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 3475(53:1400), 3789(58:1400)
    >>>See also Highways and roads--Border crossings--Revelstoke, BC
    >>Conditions, improving
    >>>Federal government role, S.O. 31, 2425(38:1400)
    >>>Fuel tax revenue, use, 365(8:1645)
    >>>>United States comparison, 490-1(10:1305-10)
    >>>Goods, transporting, difficulties, economic effects, 364(8:1640)
    >>>Government ignoring, 490(10:1300), 4036-7(62:1040)
    >>>Municipal taxation powers, increasing, S.O. 31, 1400(24:1410)
    >>>Provincial responsibility, 491(10:1310)
    >>Federal government expenditures, 600 million over six years, Infrastructure Canada Program, etc., 3599(55:1015), 4039(62:1055-100), 5515(84:1830), 7108(111:1610), 8081(128:1645), 8155(129:1820), 8222(131:1155), 8353(133:1730), 9496(153:1825)
    >>>Budget 2000 measure, 8768(140:1535)
    >>>Budget 2001 reaffirming commitment, 8347(133:1640)
    >>>o.q., 607(12:1455), 1409-10(24:1455), 1772(30:1140), 1775(30:1155), 2123(34:1445), 2564(40:1200), 2915(45:1145), 2916-7(45:1150-5), 3219(49:1455), 3395(52:1435-40), 3483(53:1440), 3614(55:1140), 4088(62:1610), 4226(65:1150), 4591(71:1455), 9194(148:1420), 11500(187:1200)
    >>>Provincial and territorial premiers $16 billion plan, 8800(141:1110)
    >>>Strategic Infrastructure Foundation funding, 8155(129:1820), 9607(155:1735)
    >>>>o.q., 9194(148:1420-5), 9198(148:1450), 9256(149:1420), 9830-1(159:1445-50), 11500(187:1200), 12267(200:1455)
    >>>See also Highway safety/accidents--Improvements; Highways and roads passim; Trans-Canada Highway--Highway 185
    >>Federal-provincial agreements see Highway safety/accidents--Revelstoke, B.C.
    >>Gasoline taxes
    >>>Devoting to, percentage spent, 3599(55:1015), 4036(62:1035), 4888(76:1250), 5515(84:1830), 8155(129:1825), 8214(131:1050)
    >>>>o.q., 3394-5(52:1435-40), 3483(53:1440), 4590-1(71:1450-5), 11500(187:1200)
    >>>>United States, comparison, 3599(55:1015), 4036(62:1035)
    >>>>>o.q., 4590(71:1450)
    >>>See also Highways and roads passim
    >>Left turns, national consistency/standardization, necessity, 4890(76:1305)
    >>National highway system, necessity, 4888(76:1255)
    >>New Brunswick
    >>>Federal government funding, Infrastructure Canada Program, o.q., 11008(179:1440)
    >>>Privatization, Doug Young role, 3203(49:1330)
    >>>Provincial government funding, using rainy day fund, S.O. 31, 4167(64:1400)
    >>Northern Canada, federal funding role, diamond mining industry benefits, etc., 8180(130:1520-30_)
    >>Nova Scotia, $30 million project, former Cabinet Minister's involvement, 2549-50(40:1045)
    >>Nunavik, QC, need for, S.O. 31, 12710(206:1100)
    >>Ontario
    >>>Federal funding, lack, gasoline taxes collected factor, S.O. 31, 4218(65:1115)
    >>>Hamilton, ON, Red Hill Creek Expressway, Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, application to, etc., S.O. 31, 5078(78:1405)
    >>>Highway 7, four lane expansion, federal funding, 5514-5(84:1830)
    >>>>Accidents, deaths, 5515(84:1830)
    >>>>o.q., 3218-9(49:1455)
    >>>Highway 401, condition, truck damage, 7115(111:1710)
    >>>Highway 403, toll road, o.q., 11500(187:1200)
    >>>Highway 416, federal funding, national highway system status, 5515(84:1830)
    >>>Ottawa, ON
    >>>>Expansion, ring road, bridges connecting western Quebec, safety issues, necessity, 460(10:1010-5)
    >>>>Ontario Budget 2001 $70 million funding promise, S.O. 31, 4218(65:1115)
    >>>>Ottawa River bridges, constructing, linking national capital region, 487(10:1240-5)
    >>>Truck highway, proposal, 7116(111:1720)
    >>Provincial jurisdiction factor, 3599(55:1015)
    >>>o.q., 3483(53:1440), 3614(55:1140)
    >>>See also Highways and roads--Quebec
    >>Quebec
    >>>Beauharnois--Salaberry constituency, improving, 360(8:1610), 361(8:1620)
    >>>Charlevoix constituency, Baie-Sainte-Catherine-Tadoussac ferry, replacing with bridge, petitions, 5627(87:1005)
    >>>Federal government funding, 4492(69:1600)
    >>>>Election promises, etc., 8318(133:1340), 8410(134:1055), 8412(134:1115), 8413(134:1120), 8799-801(141:1105-15), 9607(155:1735), 12297(200:1840-5)
    >>>>>o.q., 8995(144:1435), 9029(145:1455), 9099-100(146:1430-5), 9147(147:1145), 9194(148:1420-5), 9195(148:1430), 9196(148:1435), 9198(148:1445-50), 9200(148:1455), 9256-7(149:1420-5), 9258(149:1430), 9414-5(152:1140), 9830-1(159:1445-50), 12267(200:1455)
    >>>>>S.O. 31, 10027(162:1110), 10031(162:1130-5), 11123(181:1405), 11445(186:1410)
    >>>Highway 30, Montérégie region, Montreal south shore, $357 million federal government expenditure on highway and bridges, promise, 55(3:1720), 317(7:1605), 360-1(8:1615), 8114(129:1325), 8115(129:1330-5), 8410(134:1050-100), 8411(134:1105), 8451(134:1550), 10998(179:1340)
    >>>>o.q., 30(3:1430-5), 3992(61:1450), 4710(73:1500), 6424(99:1455), 9099(146:1430), 9147(147:1145), 9198(148:1445), 9256(149:1420), 9257(149:1425), 10142(164:1500)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 216(6:1405), 4836(75:1105), 6924(109:1355), 7674(121:1410), 7895(125:1410), 8056(128:1405), 8121(129:1410)
    >>>Highway 35, Montreal, QC - Boston, MA, extending, S.O. 31, 7896(125:1415), 10083(163:1410)
    >>>Highway 117 see McWatters Mining Inc.
    >>>Highway 175, reconstruction, Infrastructure Canada Program funding, etc., 8412(134:1115-20), 8799(141:1105-10), 8837(141:1545), 9015(144:1710)
    >>>>o.q., 6376(98:1155), 9147(147:1145), 10649(173:1435), 10724(174:1455), 11010-1(179:1455)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 10027(162:1110)
    >>>Infrastructure Canada Program funding, federal environmental assessment process, encroachment on provincial jurisdiction, 4059-60(62:1315-20)
    >>>Montreal, QC bridges, 8451(134:1550)
    >>>>Champlain and Jacques Cartier bridges, o.q., 4710(73:1500)
    >>>>Champlain Bridge, light rail transit design study, $7 million federal funding
    >>>>>o.q., 426(9:1440-5)
    >>>>>S.O. 31. 524-5(11:1400)
    >>>>Jacques Cartier Bridge, roadway deck replacement, $120 million federal funding, S.O. 31, 524-5(11:1400)
    >>>Montreal, QC, needs, federal government response, 8451(134:1545-50)
    >>>Outaouais region, QC
    >>>>Highway 50, federal government expenditures, etc.
    >>>>>o.q., 4101(63:1500), 4226(65:1150)
    >>>>>S.O. 31, 7368(116:1405)
    >>>>>Toll road possibility, o.q., 9468(153:1500)
    >>>>McConnell-Laramée Highway, federal-provincial cost-sharing agreement, environmental assessment process, 4298-9(66:1745)
    >>>Parc des Laurentides four lane highway, federal funding, 8413(134:1120)
    >>>>o.q., 6202(95:1500)
    >>>Quebec City, QC, Chicoutimi, QC, connecting, 287(7:1305)
    >>>Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region, QC, federal/provincial expenditures/gasoline taxes collected, comparison, 815(15:1050)
    >>Road salt see Highway safety/accidents
    >>Safety see Highway safety/accidents
    >>Saskatchewan, Highway 51, poor conditions, 8878(142:1235)
    >>Toll roads
    >>>Necessity, lack of federal funding factor
    >>>>o.q., 1772(30:1140), 1775(30:1155), 2123(34:1445), 2915(45:1145)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 2531-2(39:1410)
    >>>See also Highways and roads--Ontario, Highway 403--Quebec, Outaouais region, QC
    >>Trade role, Mexico, government expenditures factor, 3600(55:1020)
    >>Traffic lights
    >>>Green light to yellow light, warning, 4889-90(76:1300-5)
    >>>National consistency/standardization, necessity, 4889(76:1255-300), 4897(76:1355), 4913(76:1510)
    >>Transport Department funding process, Auditor General's position, o.q., 11500(187:1200)
    >>See also Air transportation security--Increase, Passenger surcharge; Border, Canada-United States--NEXUS harmonized highway pilot project; Forest industry; Kootenay National Park; Rail transportation/railways--Discontinued lines; Trans-Canada Highway

Hilgenberg, Herb see Weather forecasting

Hill, Grant (CA--Macleod)

Hill, Jay (CA--Prince George--Peace River; PC/DR Coalition--Prince George--Peace River as of September 13, 2001; Ind.--Prince George--Peace River as of April 10, 2002; CA--Prince George--Peace River as of April 16, 2002)

Hill: Past, Present, Future, The see Parliamentary Buildings Advisory Council--Report

Hill Times see Aboriginal fishing rights--Illegal, Committee legal counsel

Hillsborough constituency

    >>Description, 289(7:1315)
    >>Murphy, thanking constituents, 288(7:1315)
    >>Proud, George, former Member of Parliament, 289(7:1315)

Hilstrom, Howard (CA--Selkirk--Interlake)

Himelfarb, Alexander see Privy Council Office

Hindle, Steve see Foot and mouth disease--Outbreak

Hindu festival of light see Diwali Festival

Hindu religion see United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Islamic/Arab/Muslim communities

Hinton, Betty (CA--Kamloops, Thompson and Highland Valleys)

    >>Aboriginal peoples/communities, 1846-8(31:1605-20), 3489(53:1510-5)
    >>>o.q., 826(15:1145), 6843(107:1455)
    >>>S.O. 31, 9700(157:1100)
    >>Aboriginal self-government
    >>>Statement by Minister (Nault), 3489(53:1510-5)
    >>Access to Information Act, 6277(96:1655)
    >>Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36), 6277-8(96:1650-5)
    >>Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-56), 11548(188:1330), 11550(188:1345), 11571(188:1615)
    >>Boudria, references, S.O. 31, 11755(192:1405)
    >>British Columbia
    >>>o.q., 7217(113:1200)
    >>>S.O. 31, 4167(64:1400-5)
    >>Canada-Costa Rica Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act (Bill C-32), 5892(90:1805)
    >>Canada National Marine Conservation Areas Act (Bill C-10), 7168-70(112:1505-15)
    >>Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute, 6942(109:1545), 6945(109:1845), 7168(112:1505), 9038(145:1555)
    >>>M. on supply (Duncan), 9678-9(156:1700-10)
    >>>M. to adjourn under S.O. 52 (Crête), 7062-3(110:2035-40)
    >>>o.q., 6025-6(93:1140), 6888-9(108:1155), 11172(182:1130)
    >>Criminal Code (amdt.--cruelty to animals and firearms) and Firearms Act (amdt.)(Bill C-15B), 7981-3(126:1705-10)
    >>Criminal Code (amdt.--prohibiting certain offenders from changing their name), 1795(30:1415)
    >>Criminal Code (amdt.--prostitution)(Bill C-304), 10051-2(162:1355)
    >>Cruelty to animals, 7982-3(126:1705-10)
    >>Diplomatic appointments, o.q., 11838(193:1445)
    >>Diplomatic immunity, 7428(117:1200)
    >>Discrimination and racism, o.q., 2230(36:1450), 2310(37:1455), 2436(38:1455), 2539-40(39:1450-5), 2559(40:1130-5)
    >>Earth Day/Week, S.O. 31, 10382(168:1355)
    >>Eggleton, references, o.q., 11838(193:1445)
    >>Elections, 929(17:1155)
    >>Electoral reform, M. on supply (McDonough), 929(17:1155)
    >>Eskasoni Band, o.q., 826(15:1145)
    >>Foreign Missions and International Organizations Act (amdt.)(Bill C-35), 7427-8(117:1200)
    >>Forest industry, 7168(112:1505)
    >>>o.q., 7217(113:1200)
    >>Gagliano, references, S.O. 31, 8590(137:1105)
    >>Government contracts, S.O. 31, 12836-7(208:1410)
    >>Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming), M. on supply (Mills, B.), 9819-20(159:1340-50)
    >>Gun control/guns, 9038(145:1555)
    >>Habitat for Humanity, S.O. 31, 8434-5(134:1405)
    >>Heating Expenses One Time Relief
    >>>o.q., 475(10:1135)
    >>>S.O. 31, 1452(25:1110)
    >>Highways and roads, o.q., 4590-1(71:1450-5)
    >>House of Commons, M. (Boudria), 5111(78:1800)
    >>House of Commons proceedings, 929(17:1155)
    >>Immigration, S.O. 31, 1824(31:1405)
    >>Indian Act, 3489(53:1515)
    >>Indian Bands/Reserves
    >>>M. on supply (Elley), 1846-8(31:1605-20)
    >>>o.q., 826(15:1145)
    >>International conferences, 7428(117:1200)
    >>Liberal government (Chrétien), o.q., 11496(187:1140)
    >>Lombardi, Johnny, S.O. 31, 9947(161:1410)
    >>Marine conservation areas, 7168-70(112:1505-15)
    >>Matthews, Meryl, S.O. 31, 6658(104:1400)
    >>National security, M. on supply (MacKay), 9560(154:1640)
    >>Opposition parties, 7427(117:1200)
    >>Parliament of Canada Act, Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act and Salaries Act (amdt.)(Bill C-28), 4728-9(73:1655)
    >>Patent Act (amdt.)(Bill S-17), 4609(712:1905)
    >>Politicians, 8952(143:1820)
    >>Private enterprise, S.O. 31, 5764(89:1400)
    >>Procedure, divisions, recorded, 4609(71:1905), 5111(78:1800), 5892(90:1805)
    >>Prostitution, 10051-2(162:1355)
    >>Reproductive and genetic technologies, 11548(188:1330), 11550(188:1345), 11571(188:1615)
    >>Sex offenders/pedophiles, petitions, 4103(63:1510)
    >>Species at Risk Act (Bill C-5), 8951-2(143:1820), 9038-9(145:1555-600), 10472-4(169:1635-45)
    >>Species at risk (endangered species), 8951-2(143:1820), 9038-9(145:1555-600), 10472-4(169:1635-40)
    >>Student loans, M. (Herron), 11515-7(187:1405-20)
    >>Supply, M. (Williams), 5747-8(89:1150-5)
    >>Terrorism/terrorists, 5161(79:1700), 6277-8(96:1650-5)
    >>Thornley, Joe, o.q., 11048(180:1440)
    >>United States, o.q., 5870-1(90:1455-500), 5913-4(91:1500)
    >>United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks
    >>>M. (Chrétien), 5161-2(79:1700)
    >>>S.O. 31, 8002(127:1105)
    >>Veterans' benefits/pensions, S.O. 31, 12388-9(202:1405)
    >>Virginia Fontaine Addictions Foundation, o.q., 4665-6(72:1455-500)
    >>Women, S.O. 31, 7955(126:1400)
    >>World Trade Organization (WTO), Committee take note, M. (Boudria), 6942(109:1545), 6965(109:1845)
    >>Youth Criminal Justice Act (Bill C-7), 4337(67:1255-300)
    >>Youth justice system, 4337(67:1255-300)

Historic/heritage buildings, sites and monuments

    >>Annie Macpherson Home, Stratford, ON, Home Children of Canada, commemorating, S.O. 31, 5478(84:1355)
    >>Beaubassin, NS, Acadian village, preservation, government funding request, o.q., 12718(206:1140)
    >>Billy Bishop home, national historic designation, Historic Sites and Monuments Board position, o.q., 9262-3(149:1455)
    >>Built heritage, losing, preservation, government initiatives, o.q., 11011(179:1455)
    >>Diefenbaker homestead, Regina, SK, funding shortfall, Canadian Heritage Department assistance, requesting, S.O. 31, 8638(138:1410)
    >>Discovery Centre at the Normal School, Stratford, ON, fundraising campaign, S.O. 31, 11443(186:1400)
    >>Eaton, Timothy, statue, St. Marys, ON, relocating to, S.O. 31, 10352(167:1110)
    >>Manoir Papineau, Louis-Joseph Papineau historic site, completion, fund allocation, request, petitions, 9304(150:1515)
    >>Old Wendake, 1697 village, Huron-francophone co-habitation, example, national historic site, designation, S.O. 31, 4264(66:1405)
    >>Uncle Tom's Cabin, Dresden, ON, slave refuge from United States, Josiah Henson, efforts, commemorating, S.O. 31, 9358(151:1400)
    >>See also Lake Saint-Pierre; MacKay, Rev. George Leslie--100th anniversary of death

Historic Sites and Monuments Board see Historic/heritage buildings, sites and monuments--Billy Bishop

History see Canada

HIV/AIDS

    >>Aboriginal people, infection, alarming increase, government measures
    >>>o.q., 7711(122:1140)
    >>>S.O. 31, 7705(122:1110)
    >>Africa, pandemic situation, 3676(56:1550)
    >>>Canadian assistance, providing, 4766(74:1230)
    >>>S.O. 31, 3309-10(51:1410), 11223(183:1405)
    >>Cases, aboriginal peoples, percentage, increase, o.q., 1834(31:1455)
    >>Cure, discovering, obligation, 3846(59:1100)
    >>>Generic drugs, providing, 4766(74:1230)
    >>>>International rulings, ignoring, 4637(72:1200)
    >>Developing countries, access to drugs, 3676(56:1550)
    >>>Brazil, generic drugs, availability
    >>>>Cases, severely reduced, 3676(56:1550)
    >>>>Pharmaceutical companies, World Trade Organization (WTO), dispute, 2395(37:2435), 3676-7(56:1550-5), 3684(56:1655)
    >>>>o.q., 2431(38:1430)
    >>>o.q., 7164(112:1445)
    >>>Percentage of cases, 6645(104:1220)
    >>>S.O. 31, 4836-7(75:1105-10)
    >>>South Africa
    >>>>Pharmaceutical companies, World Trade Organization (WTO), dispute, withdrawn, 2395(37:2435), 2410(37:2610), 3676(56:1550), 3684(56:1655), 3688(56:1725), 3842(59:1030-5), 3844(59:1050), 3846(59:1100), 3848(59:1120), 4761(74:1200-5), 4765(74:1225)
    >>>>Pro-active approach, change in South African government policy/attitude, o.q., 11129(181:1440)
    >>>>Transnational/multinational pharmaceutical companies preventing, 8301(133:1140)
    >>>>World Trade Organization (WTO), helping, 3677(56:1555), 3842(59:1030)
    >>>>>See also HIV/AIDS--Developing countries, Brazil--Developing countries, South Africa
    >>>See also Drugs and pharmaceuticals--Patent protection, Developing countries
    >>Developing countries, Canadian initiatives, 6687(104:1725)
    >>Education fairs, Nunavut communities, youth focus, S.O. 31, 1318(23:1405)
    >>Female drug users, infection rate, 3785-6(57:1900-5)
    >>>o.q., 1525(26:1500)
    >>Fondation Farha, second annual "Hommage aux héros", S.O. 31, 7831(124:1410)
    >>OPTIMA study, S.O. 31, 6879(108:1105)
    >>Pharmaceutical industry
    >>>Compulsory licensing, benefits, 3845-6(59:1100), 4765(74:1225)
    >>>Ignoring, 3688(56:1725), 3840(59:1020), 3846(59:1100)
    >>>Treatments, distribution programs, 3848(59:1120)
    >>Programs, government funding improperly provided, Auditor General's findings, 8210(131:1020)
    >>South Africa, aid programs, Canada contribution, Prime Minister Chrétien not concerned how assistance programs set up, o.q., 10091-2(163:1455-500)
    >>Strategy, projects, funding, poor management, 8205(130:1855)
    >>Studies, wasteful spending, Auditor General's 2001 report, o.q., 7965(126:1455)
    >>Women's support group, $15,000 Health Department grant application turned down, 888(16:1550)
    >>See also Africa--Canadian aid; Immigration; Kenya--Nairobi; National AIDS Awareness Week; World AIDS day

Hochelaga--Maisonneuve constituency

    >>Ménard, thanking constituents, 465(10:1045)
    >>See also Banks and financial institutions; Quebec separation/sovereignty

Hockey

    >>AAA Midget Canada Cup, Beardy's-Okemasis Blackhawks, participants, S.O. 31, 3249-50(50:1100)
    >>Anavet Cup, Weyburn Red Wings, champions, S.O. 31, 3308-9(51:1405)
    >>Camrose Kodiaks, Royal Bank Cup, national Junior A Tier II championships, winners, S.O. 31, 4470(69:1400-5)
    >>CIAU championships, Université du Québec at Trois-Rivères Patriotes, 2001 champions, S.O. 31, 2221(36:1405)
    >>Delisle Bruins, Saskatchewan bantam A provincial champions, S.O. 31, 1904-5(32:1400)
    >>Foreurs de Val-d'Or
    >>>Gamache, Simon
    >>>>Guy Lafleur Trophy, best player, S.O. 31, 3789(58:1400)
    >>>>Playoff series record holder, S.O. 31, 3655(56:1400)
    >>>Memorial Cup finalists, S.O. 31, 4469(69:1355)
    >>>Quebec Major Junior Hockey League championships, winners, S.O. 31, 3789(58:1400), 3791(58:1410)
    >>Henderson, Paul, Canada-Soviet 1972 summit series, role, Hockey Hall of Fame, induction, deserving, S.O. 31, 10449-50(169:1355)
    >>Hockey Day in Canada, February 24, 2001, 13 hour telecast, S.O. 31, 1036(19:1400)
    >>Hull Canadiens, Biggar, SK, old-timers tournament, S.O. 31, 1098(20:1105)
    >>Kootenay Ice, 2002 Memorial Cup, Canadian Junior Hockey League champions, S.O. 31, 1355)
    >>Mosienko, Bill, 3 goals in 21 seconds, National Hockey League record, 50th anniversary, S.O. 31, 10027(162:1110)
    >>New Glasgow, NS, world under 17 hockey challenge, volunteers, tribute, S.O. 31, 470(10:1110)
    >>Nunavut, Polar Bear Plate Junior C Tournament, S.O. 31, 770(14:1415)
    >>Ottawa 67's, Ontario Hockey League championships, J. Ross Robertson Cup, winners, Memorial Cup, advancing, S.O. 31, 4092(63:1410)
    >>Red Deer Rebels
    >>>Major Junior Western Hockey League, ranked first in nation, S.O. 31, 100(4:1355-400)
    >>>Memorial Cup, Canadian Junior Hockey League championships, 2001 winners, S.O. 31, 4471(69:1405)
    >>Saint John Flames, American Hockey League 2001 Calder Cup champions, S.O. 31, 4702(73:1415)
    >>Sutherland Cup, Ontario Junior B hockey championship
    >>>Elmira Sugar Kings, 2001 winners, S.O. 31, 3561(54:1410)
    >>>Sarnia Blast, 2002 winners, 11041(180:1400)
    >>Team Canada see Canadian Armed Forces--Military equipment
    >>Tisdale Trojans, Canadian Midget Hockey Championships, Air Canada Cup, winners, S.O. 31, 11166(182:1055)
    >>Vince Ryan Old Timers Hockey Tournament, Cape Breton, NS, S.O. 31, 2529(39:1400)
    >>Windsor, NS, reputed birthplace
    >>>Society for International Hockey Research, refuting, S.O. 31, 12670(205:1410)
    >>>Vaughan, Dr. Garth research, S.O. 31, 8804(127:1115)
    >>Women's World Hockey Championships 2004, Halifax, NS, hosting, S.O. 31, 10231(165:1400)
    >>World Hockey Championships, Trail Smoke Eaters, 1961 champions, 40th anniversary, S.O. 31, 1513(26:1400-5)
    >>World Pond Hockey Championships, Plaster Rock, NB, S.O. 31, 8476(135:1405)
    >>See also Drolet, Léo; Koivu, Saku; Montreal Canadiens; National Hockey League; Olympics, 2002 Winter Games (Salt Lake City, United States)--Canadian team, Hockey; Wickenheiser, Hayley

Hockey Day in Canada see Hockey

Hockey Night in Canada

    >>National Hockey League games, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation televising in French, continuing, importance, government position
    >>>o.q., 11764(192:1455), 12607-8(204:1440-5), 12677(205:1445-50), 12777(207:1455)
    >>>Radio-Canada officials, Official Languages Standing Joint Committee, appearing, o.q., 11992(196:1140), 12607-8(204:1440-5), 12778(207:1455)
    >>>S.O. 31, 12711(206:1105)

Hockey Hall of Fame see Hockey--Henderson, Paul

Hoefel, Karl David

    >>Medal of Bravery, recipient, congratulating, S.O. 31, 524(11:1400)

Hog industry

    >>Flexi-hog loans, Farm Credit Corporation initiative, 3227(49:1555), 4828(75:1005)
    >>Thriving, 1900(32:1335)

Hogan, Fr. Andy

    >>First Roman Catholic priest elected to Parliament, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 10234(165:1415)

Holas, Patricia see Black History Month--Millennium Minds: 100 Black Canadians

Holding companies see Banks and financial institutions

Holidays see Canadian Forces Day; Impaired driving--Christmas; National Heritage Day--Statutory holiday; Remembrance Day (November 11)

Holidays Act (amdt.--National Heritage Day)(Bill C-260)--Mark

    >>First reading, 537(11:1500-5)
    >>See also National Heritage Day--Statutory holiday

Holland

    >>World War II, liberation, Canadian Armed Forces role, 1382(24:1215), 10060(163:1115)
    >>>Martin, Lieutenant Jack and Corporal Ernie Cadman, recognition, 10065(163:1155)
    >>>S.O. 31, 11166-7(182:1100)
    >>>See also Veterans' medals

Holland College see Government grants

Holland, Reverend John C. Awards see Black History Month--Hamilton, ON

Hollister, MCpl Curtis see Canadian Armed Forces--Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, Afghanistan mission

Holocaust deniers see Canadian Alliance

Holocaust Memorial see Terrorism/terrorists, combatting--Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36), Civil liberties/Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

Holocaust Memorial Day Act (Bill C-214)--Wasylycia--Leis

Holocaust Remembrance Day

    >>April 9, legacy, S.O. 31, 10133(164:1410)

Holstein cattle see Ontario Dairy Discovery

Home care

Home Children of Canada see Historic/heritage buildings, sites and monuments

Home construction see Disabled and handicapped persons--Income tax provisions

Home energy audits see Energy conservation/efficiency

Home heating costs

    >>Increase, 168(5:1225), 857(16:1240), 3943(60:1240)
    >>>Energy crisis, United States, North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), responsibility, 59(3:1755)
    >>>Government measures, lack, 2329(37:1710)
    >>>Government reaction, Throne Speech omission, 59(3:1755)
    >>>Government strategy, solutions, urgent, necessity, 120-1(4:1600), 138(4:1755)
    >>>>o.q., 821-2(15:1125)
    >>>North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), relationship, 760(14:1315), 765-6(14:1350)
    >>>Taxation factor
    >>>>Goods and Services Tax (GST)/Harmonized Sales Tax (HST), 2950(46:1245)
    >>>>Removing excise taxes and Goods and Services Tax (GST), 320(7:1630), 491(10:1315), 857(16:1245)
    >>See also Energy price review commission--Establishing; Fuel prices; Fuel taxes; Gasoline prices; Gasoline taxes; Heating Expenses One Time Relief; Heating oil

Home invasions

    >>Definition, aggravating factor for use in determining sentence, 3582(54:1625), 5330(82:1035-40), 5332(82:1050), 5388(82:2020), 6313(97:1320), 6314-5(97:1330-5), 6330(97:1510)
    >>>S.O. 31, 8283(132:1105)
    >>Serious offence, combatting, legislative action, 3651(56:1330), 3655(56:1355), 5362(82:1645)
    >>>o.q., 3260(50:1150)
    >>See also Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15); Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15A); Youth justice system--Break and enter/home invasion

Home Renovation Month

    >>October, Canadian Home Builders' Association, sponsoring, S.O. 31, 6069(94:1400)

Home renovations see Disabled and handicapped persons--Income tax provisions

Homecare program

Homeland Security Ministry see National security--Strengthening

Homeland Security Office see United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks

Homelessness

    >>Budget 2001 not addressing, 8849(141:1720), 8882(142:1305)
    >>Combatting, 6820(107:1225)
    >>>Funding strategy
    >>>>Organizations, renewed deadline, requesting, 9042(145:1620)
    >>>>>o.q., 9030(145:1500)
    >>>>Quebec, allocation process, expediting, request, 9956-7(161:1500)
    >>>Government actions, 7142(112:1215)
    >>>>Lack, 2314(37:1520)
    >>>>Quebec, $56.7 million initiative, S.O. 31, 8284(132:1110)
    >>>Strategy, multi-level, government initiative, S.O. 31, 7440(117:1400)
    >>>Toque Tuesday, awareness campaign, S.O. 31, 296(7:1405)
    >>Homeless, definition, workable, qu., 3494(53:1545)
    >>Increase, 8157(129:1835)
    >>Metro Non-Profit Housing Association, Halifax, NS, housing facility, establishment, S.O, 31, 1590(27:1405)
    >>Municipalities, leaders, government consulting, 8451(134:1550)
    >>Parliament Hill demonstration of 1999, Coalition Against Poverty organizing, condemning, 99(4:1350)
    >>Peterborough, ON, addressing, government support, S.O. 31(1973(33:1400)
    >>Social program cutbacks, federal government responsibility, relationship, 2459(38:1725)
    >>Statistics, make-up, 2384(37:2320), 6856(107:1640)
    >>Tax reductions, relationship, 2317-8(37:1545)
    >>Toronto, ON
    >>>28% youth, 9379(151:1605)
    >>>Study, Anne Golden task force, report, 9378-10(151:1600-10)
    >>>Urban magnet, 9379-80(151:1605-10)
    >>Youth at risk, 6853(107:1610)
    >>>See also River Restaurant

Homeowners' Freedom From Double Taxation Act (Bill C-282)--Epp

    >>First reading, 1169(21:1510)
    >>See also Property taxes--Income tax deduction

Homer, Herbert see United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Canadian victims

Homolka, Karla

    >>Parole application, denial, public safety, continuing risk, o.q., 2781(43:1455-500)
    >>See also Parole/parolees--Statutory release program

Homosexuals see Gay Games, 2006 games; Same sex couples; Van Hee, Fr. Tony

Honda Canada, Inc.

    >>Canadian investment, access to United States market factor via Canada-United States border factor , 5422(83:1025), 5449(83:1335), 5450(83:1345), 5469(84:1240)

Honduras see Free trade--Central American countries; Sugar industry--Canada-Costa Rica Free Trade Agreement

Hong Kong see China; Correctional Service of Canada; Embassies and consulates--Canadian embassies and consulates, Fraud and corruption; Trade--China

Hong Kong Veterans' Association see Cyr, Roger

Honneur au mérite competition see Entrepreneurship--Beauport-Côte-de-Beaupré Chamber of Commerce Honneur au mérite competition

Hoof and mouth disease see Foot and mouth disease

Horizons of Friendship

    >>International development efforts, tribute, S.O. 31, 152(5:1100)

Hormones

    >>Cancer-causing see Food safety/inspection system

Horse race operators

    >>Expenses, income tax write-offs, providing, 8237(131:1345)

Horses

    >>Canadian/Canadien horse, national horse of Canada, recognizing, 2439(38:1515), 7301(115:1010), 8884-90(142:1330-420)
    >>>S.O. 31, 10491(170:1400)
    >>>See also National Horse of Canada Act (Bill C-311); National Horse of Canada Act (Bill S-22)
    >>See also Police--Animals

Hospitals

    >>Accountability, transparency, lack, 86(4:1220)
    >>Closing, St. Joseph's Hospital, Saint John, NB, federal government health care funding cutbacks, relationship, 2459(38:1725)
    >>Number, inadequate, 73(4:1045)
    >>Overcrowding, bed shortages, etc., patients' suffering, loss of life, etc., federal government health care funding cutbacks, relationship, S.O. 31, 4900(76:1410)
    >>Private for profit
    >>>Death risk rate, increase, studies, o.q., 11835(193:1425), 11837-8(193:1440)
    >>>Provision of insured services, use of public funds
    >>>>Alberta Premier Klein position, 8310(133:1245), 8311(133:1250)
    >>>>Financial penalties to provinces, 229(6:1510)
    >>>>>See also Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act (Bill C-216)
    >>>>Prohibiting
    >>>>>Petitions, 483(10:1220)
    >>>>>S.O. 31, 597(12:1405)
    >>Privatization, Alberta proposals, o.q., 7766(123:1445), 8922(143:1440)
    >>Quebec, boards of trustees, provincial government appointing, 4501(69:1700-5)
    >>See also Asbestos Region Hospital Centre/Centre hospitalier de la région de l'Amiante; Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario; Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital; Drugs and pharmaceuticals--Costs; Energy Innovators Initiative; Hamilton Health Sciences Corporation; Henderson General Hospital, Hamilton, ON Montfort Hospital; Perley-Rideau Veterans Health Centre; Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children; Veterans hospitals'

Hotel Gouverneur see Auberge Grand-Mère--Prime Minister's staff

House, The see CBC Radio One

House do now adjourn see Procedure

House of Commons

    >>1999-2000 Performance Report, tabled, 2819(44:1000)
    >>2000-2001 Performance Report, tabled, 5775(89:1500)
    >>2002 calendar, tabled, 5723(88:1210)
    >>2003 calendar, tabled, 12885(209:1510)
    >>Administration, Report on Plans and Priorities, tabled
    >>>2001-2002, 4228(65:1205)
    >>>2002-2003, 9917(161:1005)
    >>Adjournment (summer recess), M. (Boudria), agreed to, on recorded division, 5111-2(78:1750-800)
    >>Agenda, legislative program see Business of the House--Weekly statement
    >>British Columbia, underrepresented, 379(8:1825)
    >>Broadcasting, radio and television, committees see Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee
    >>Chamber, transferring into semi-circle, 2062(33:2335)
    >>Class of 1972, S.O. 31, 6726(105:1405)
    >>Clerk of the House, appointment, votable motion, 1997(33:1615), 2002(33:1645), 2068(33:2410)
    >>>See also Parliament--Officers of Parliament
    >>Decorum
    >>>Disallowed words, 3470(52:2250)
    >>>Reform Party intentions/actions, 750-1(14:1210)
    >>Debates see Hansard; Government policies and programs
    >>Electoral college in perpetual session, 945(17:1345), 1054(19:1535)
    >>Employees
    >>>Death see Campbell, Dean
    >>>Dedication, hard work, thanking, 263(7:1020)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 12997(211:1115)
    >>>Employment equity, 10755(174:1910)
    >>>Former see Charpentier, Fulgence--Journalist
    >>>Happy holidays, wishing, S.O. 31, 8241(131:1410), 8282-3(132:1105-10)
    >>>Retirement see Shott, Andy
    >>>Service record see Leblanc, J.P.
    >>>Thanked, 12598(203:2300)
    >>>See also Employment insurance--Eligibility, Hours of work
    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Parliament--2002-2003, Main, Parliament
    >>Independent Member, role, recognition, 1056-7(19:1550-5)
    >>Information infrastructure, modernizing, 8408(134:1040)
    >>Integrity, restoring, 8585(137:1030)
    >>Lawyers, Office of Legislative Counsel, Louis-Philipe Côté and Diane Murray, dismissal, 308-11(7:1505-30), 608-10(12:1500-15)
    >>Liberal government (Chrétien), disdain for, 443(9:1630), 2845(44:1320)
    >>Mace, Keith Martin touching/attempt to remove from Table, affront to dignity of House and Speaker, 10526-7(170:1850-5), 10537(171:1000), 10654(171:1520-5), 10976(179:1025)
    >>>Member called before Bar of House to apologize, 10770(175:1505)
    >>Official Debates see Hansard
    >>Official Languages Act, adhering to, Louis Quigley, successful Federal Court of Canada lawsuit, S.O. 31, 12342(201:1100)
    >>Official party status
    >>>10% of seats in House and Members in at least three provinces criteria, 1065-7(19:1650-705), 1070(19:1725), 1093(20:1030)
    >>>>Applying to New Democratic Party and Bloc Québécois only, 1090(20:1010), 1093(20:1030-5)
    >>>>Creating 63 independent Members of Parliament, disenfranchising 33% of electorate, 1092-3(20:1025-30)
    >>>>Not applicable to Progressive Conservative Party, 1092(20:1025)
    >>>>Not official Canadian Alliance position, 1065-7(19:1650-705), 1090(20:1010), 1092-3(20:1030)
    >>>>See also Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--recognized political parties)(Bill C-273)
    >>>12 elected members criteria, 1052-3(19:1525),1056-7(19:1550), 1062(19:1630), 1065(19:1650), 1110(20:1205)
    >>>Financial resources benefits, 101(18:1510-5)
    >>Opposition
    >>>Powers, decline, 5948(92:1020)
    >>>Role, importance, etc., 523(11:1355), 782(14:1520), 7785(123:1705), 7786(123:1710)
    >>Party research funding, etc., improvements if opposition parties "lay-off" questions relating to loans and grants and related criminal investigations and charges in Prime Minister's constituency, Government House Leader Boudria offering, Progressive Conservative Party House Leader MacKay statement, o.q., 224-5(6:1445)
    >>Political parties, operations, funding increase, 1994(33:1555), 3437(52:1900)
    >>Power
    >>>Restoring, necessity, 2043(33:2125)
    >>>Shifting from executive, 2019-20(33:1835-40)
    >>Recall
    >>>Compassionate grounds see Employment insurance--Reform
    >>>Granting of Royal Assent, 5113(78A:1700), 8295(132A:1650)
    >>>September, summer recess, date changing, M. (Boudria), agreed to, 12862-3(208:1700)
    >>Relevance, 2046(33:2140)
    >>Rights and privileges, Speaker claiming on behalf of Members, Governor General confirming, 9(2:1530)
    >>Subpoena powers, Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36) provisions, impact, 7620(120:1530-5)
    >>Translators, thanked, 862(16:1315)
    >>>See also International Translation Day
    >>Undemocratic, 924(17:1125)
    >>"Voting machine", 2043(33:2125)
    >>See also Afghanistan--United States/United Kingdom special anti-terrorism operations, Canadian Armed Forces participation; Airlines--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Government assistance; Border, Canada-United States--Security, Trade; Broadcasting--Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC); Budget 2001--Government presenting, Economic statement alternative; Canada-China interparliamentary group; Canadian Banking Ombudsman; Child/family poverty--Elimination by 2000; Cockburn, Hon. James--Speaker; Criminal Code--Omnibus bill; Environment and Sustainable Development Commissioner; Free Trade Area of the Americas--Parliament; Government ethics--Guidelines; Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)--Reducing, Canada ratifying protocol; International capital markets/financial transactions--Tobin tax; Library of Parliament--Accountability; North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)--Progressive Conservative government (Mulroney) role; Pesticides--Legislation, Pest Control Products Act (Bill C-53); Senate--Checks and balances role; Standing Orders; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Canadian response, Chrétien; Visual and Media Arts Awards--Goodman, Russel; Water exports--Banning