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J & A.C. holdings see Auberge Grand-Mère--Funding controversy, Grand Mère golf course

Jackson, Rev. Jesse see Equalization payments

Jackson, Ovid (Lib.--Bruce--Grey--Owen Sound)

    >>Aeronautics Act (amdt.)(Bill C-44), 7907(125:1520)
    >>Air Canada Public Participation Act (amdt.)(Bill C-38), 7129(112:1005)
    >>Airlines, o.q., 3992(61:1450)
    >>Bishop, Billy, S.O. 31, 12098(198:1355)
    >>Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation, S.O. 31, 31, 11831(193:1405)
    >>Canada Shipping Act, 2001 (Bill C-14), 3525(54:1000)
    >>Carriage by Air Act (amdt.)(Bill S-33), 7769(123:1505)
    >>Children, S.O. 31, 7206(113:1100)
    >>Currency, 2322(37:1620)
    >>Dollar exchange rate, 2322(37:1620)
    >>Elk antlers, S.O. 31, 1157(21:1405)
    >>Farm income crisis, S.O. 31, 949(17:1405)
    >>Fisheries Prices Support Act repeal and technical amendments (Bill C-43), 7907(125:1520)
    >>Historic/heritage buildings, sites and monuments, o.q., 9262(149:1455)
    >>Income Tax Amendments Act, 2000 (Bill C-22), 2322(37:1620)
    >>International Plowing Match, S.O. 31, 1157(21:1405)
    >>Marine Liability Act (Bill S-2), 1112-3(20:1225), 2622-3(41:1500)
    >>Marine transportation, 1112-3(20:1225)
    >>Motor Vehicle Transport Act, 1987 (amdt.)(Bill S-3), 4711(73:1505)
    >>Oil spills, 1113(20:1225)
    >>Procedure, Committees, Parliamentary, 12779(207:1505)
    >>Supply, M. (Williams), 5746-7(89:1140-5)
    >>Teachers, S.O. 31, 3926(60:1110-5)
    >>Transport and Government Operations Standing Committee, 2622-3(41:1500), 3525(54:1000), 4711(73:1505), 6528(101:1505), 7129(112:1005), 7769(123:1505), 7907(125:1520), 8013(127:1200), 11885(194:1505)
    >>Transport Standing Committee, 12779(207:1505)
    >>Transportation Appeal Tribunal of Canada Act (Bill C-34), 6528(101:1505)
    >>United Kingdom, S.O. 31, 1035(19:1400)
    >>Whicher, Ross MacKenzie, S.O. 31, 10927(178:1400)

Jacques Cartier and Champlain Bridges Inc.

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Transport Department

Jacques Cartier Bridge see Highways and roads--Quebec, Montreal, QC bridges

Jaffer, Rahim (CA--Edmonton--Strathcona)

Jamaica see Globalization, global economy/marketplace--Economic dependencies, Avoiding;

James Bay Cree

    >>Chisasibi community, housing, mould and mildew levels, unhealthy, government action, qu., 3804(58:1515)
    >>See also Forest industry--Quebec

Jankowski study see Elections--Proportional representation, Economic benefits

Janzen, Erin Braun see Black History Month--Mathieu da Costa Awards

Japan see Agricultural subsidies; Nuclear energy--Greenhouse gas emissions reduction factor; Trade

Japan Prize

    >>Parsons, Dr. Timothy, recipient, congratulating, S.O. 31, 3307(51:1400)

Japanese Canadians

Jaroszonek, Dr. Richard

    >>Surgeon, Peterborough, ON, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 5478(84:1400)

Jasper, AB (Jasper National Park)

    >>Fire truck purchased too big for fire hall, 75(4:1100)
    >>Self-government, necessity, 75(4:1100)
    >>Sewage dumping in Rocky Mountain headwaters, 75(4:1100)

Jasper National Park see Jasper AB (Jasper National Park); National parks--Policing

Jaswal, Mandeep see Awla, Gurpreet, Mandeep Jaswal, and Ryan Parmar

JDS Uniphase Corporation

Jean Besré Award

    >>CHUS Foundation, Sherbrooke, QC, commemorative award for volunteerism, France Beaudoin, recipient, S.O. 31, 4169(64:1410)

Jeanne-Sauvé Elementary School

    >>Orléans, ON, environmental microbusiness project, 4217(65:1110)

Jeanson, Geneviève see Cycling--Women's World Cup Race

Jeffrey, Lt Gen Mike see Canadian Armed Forces--Land force

Jelinek, Hon. Otto

    >>Former Member of Parliament, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) allegedly asking member to stop asking questions re Olympics television coverage, 9030-1(145:1500)

Jenin refugee camp see Middle East conflict--Palestinian refugee camps

Jennings, Marlene (Lib.--Notre-Dame-de-Grâce--Lachine; Parliamentary Secretary to Minister for International Cooperation as of September 13, 2001)

    >>Afghanistan, 6648(104:1245)
    >>>o.q., 5294-5(81:1455-500), 5714-5(88:1125), 6422(99:1445), 6663(104:1430), 6665(104:1440), 6730(105:1435), 7714(122:1200)
    >>Africa, 6647(104:1240)
    >>>o.q., 11884(194:1500)
    >>Anti-Semitism, S.O. 31, 11591(189:1410)
    >>Black History Month, S.O. 31, 418(9:1400)
    >>Breweries, S.O. 31, 10832-3(176:1410)
    >>Budget 2001, M. (Boudria), 6860-1(107:1715-20)
    >>Budget process, 6861(107:1720)
    >>Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation, S.O. 31, 12256(200:1355)
    >>Canada Post Corporation, o.q., 778(14:1455)
    >>Canada Well-Being Measurement Act (Bill C-268), 702(13:1520)
    >>Canadian Armed Forces, o.q., 1461(25:1150)
    >>Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, S.O. 31, 10233-4(165:1415)
    >>Canadian Commercial Corporation Act (amdt.)(Bill C-41), 7282-3(114:1700-10)
    >>Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), o.q., 6478(100:1430), 6527(101:1455)
    >>Canadian Medical Hall of Fame, S.O. 31, 9823(159:1405)
    >>Chemical Pesticide Use For Non-Essential Purposes Prohibition Act (Bill C-267), 702(13:1515)
    >>Child Predator Act (Bill C-437), 11733-4(192:1120-25)
    >>Children, M. (Breitkreuz), 11699(190:1820)
    >>Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada (Romanow), S.O. 31, 2905-6(45:1100)
    >>Conference on Tax Administration in an Electronic World, o.q., 4665(72:1455)
    >>Conflict of interest, 450(9:1720-5)
    >>Criminal Code (amdt.--selling wildlife)(Bill C-292), 12003-4(196:1245-50)
    >>Cycling, S.O. 31, 4900(76:1410)
    >>Daviau, Thérése, S.O. 31, 8711(139:1410)
    >>Day, references, 449(9:1710)
    >>DES Action Awareness Week, S.O. 31, 4215(65:1100)
    >>DES Awareness Week, S.O. 31, 11873(194:1405)
    >>Developing countries, o.q., 9145(147:1135), 10883(177:1140), 11496(187:1140)
    >>Education, 6648(104:1240)
    >>Emancipation Day, M. (Obhrai), 1435-6(24:1745-55)
    >>Employment insurance, 7408-9(116:1845-50)
    >>Ethics Counsellor, M. on supply (Day), 449(9:1710), 450(9:1720-5)
    >>Finance Standing Committee, M. (Reynolds), 8234-5(131:1330)
    >>Fiscal policy, S.O. 31, 3475(53:1400-5)
    >>Foreign aid, 6861(107:1715-20)
    >>>M. on supply (Tremblay, Stéphan), 6647-9(104:1240-50), 6650(104:1305)
    >>>o.q., 6730(105:1430)
    >>>S.O. 31, 998(18:1410)
    >>Foreign Service/Diplomatic Corps, 9330-1(150:1830-5)
    >>Gagliano, references, S.O. 31, 1399(24:1405)
    >>Government contracts, 12273(200:1545), 12274(20:11550)
    >>>S.O. 31, 12835(208:1405)
    >>Guatemala, S.O. 31, 8752(140:1405)
    >>Highways and roads, S.O. 31, 4836(75:1105)
    >>Housing, S.O. 31, 6615-6(103:1100)
    >>Humanitarian/emergency aid, 6647(104:1240)
    >>Income tax, 8234-5(131:1330)
    >>>M. on supply (Penson), 12273(200:1545), 12274(200:1550)
    >>International Week of Science and Peace, S.O. 31, 7330(115:1405)
    >>International Women's Day, S.O. 31, 9407(152:1100)
    >>Internet, 6861(107:1715)
    >>Israel, S.O. 31, 7832(124:1415)
    >>Lachine Canal, S.O. 31, 11985(196:1105)
    >>Legislative process, 1261-4(22:1705-25)
    >>Mandela, Nelson, S.O. 31, 7258(114:1410)
    >>Money laundering, o.q., 4101(63:1500)
    >>National missile defence system, petitions, 8874(142:1210)
    >>National Missing Children's Day, S.O. 31, 11710(191:1105)
    >>National security, 6861(107:1715)
    >>Official languages policy (Bilingualism), S.O. 31, 1715(29:1410)
    >>Olympics, 2002 Winter Games (Salt Lake City, United States), S.O. 31, 9191(148:1405)
    >>Organized crime, o.q., 2859(44:1440)
    >>Ouellet, Jean-Marc, S.O. 31, 6724(105:1400)
    >>Overseas Express Consolidators (Canada) Inc., S.O. 31, 10025(162:1035)
    >>Pakistan, 6650(104:1305)
    >>Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--Parliamentary Poet Laureate)(Bill S-10), 538(11:1510), 3080-2(47:1750-805)
    >>Parliamentary Poet Laureate, 538(11:1510), 3080-2(47:1750-805)
    >>>S.O. 31, 8239(131:1400)
    >>Parole/parolees, 11733-4(192:1120-25)
    >>Pest Control Products Act (Bill C-53), 10371-3(168:1225-45), 10374(168:1250)
    >>Pesticides, 702(13:1515), 10371-3(168:1225-45)
    >>>Petitions, 702-3(13:1520), 8874(142:1205)
    >>Petitions, g.r., 10038(162:1210)
    >>Political system, federal, M. on supply (Reynolds), 11783-5(190:1610-20)
    >>Procedure, Bills, Private Members' Public, 4412(68:1600)
    >>Quebec, S.O. 31, 1590(27:1410)
    >>Regroupement des jeunes d'affaires du Québec, S.O. 31, 11000(179:1400)
    >>Reproductive and genetic technologies, o.q., 1328(23:1455)
    >>Standing Orders, M. (Boudria), 1261-4(22:1705-25)
    >>Terrorism/terrorists, 6861(107:1720)
    >>>S.O. 31, 7832(124:1415)
    >>Tobacco products, 4412(68:1600)
    >>>M. on supply (Duncan), 11856-8(193:1645-1700)
    >>United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, M. on supply (Clark), 6091-2(94:1615-30)
    >>Volunteers, S.O. 31, 6070-1(94:1405)
    >>World Partnership Walk, S.O. 31, 11753-4(192:1400)
    >>World Trade Organization (WTO), Committee take note, M. (Boudria), 6944-5(109:1600-5), 6958(109:1745)
    >>Youth Criminal Justice Act (Bill C-7), 4332-4(67:1225-40)
    >>Youth justice system, 4332-4(67:1225-40)

Jersey cattle see Ontario Dairy Discovery

Jeunesses Musicales Montreal International Competition

    >>International music competition, Measha Brueggergosman, Fredericton, NB, top award winner, S.O. 31, 12833(208:1355)

Jewish Child and Family Services

    >>Winnipeg, MB, 50th anniversary, S.O. 31, 4898(76:1400)

Jewish Defence League see Terrorism/terrorists

Jewish New Year see Rosh Hashanah

Jews see Anti-Semitism

Job bank web site see Human Resources Development Department

Job creation

    >>Amount, etc., o.q., 6662(104:1425), 11594(189:1430)
    >>Atlantic provinces
    >>>Government programs role, o.q., 1165(21:1445-50)
    >>>See also Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA)
    >>British Columbia, poor, 8856(142:1010)
    >>Budget 2001 measures
    >>>Artificial programs, 8084(128:1710)
    >>>Including, 7110(111:1625)
    >>>>o.q., 8006(127:1125)
    >>>Lack, 8106(129:1230), 8770(140:1550)
    >>Government measures, o.q., 3050(47:1415)
    >>Government priority, making, 8107(129:1230)
    >>Government role, 8429(134:1325)
    >>International comparison, United States, etc., 8112(129:1310), 8232(131:1310)
    >>>o.q., 1908(32:1420), 1982(33:1445), 3252-3(50:1115-20), 4901(76:1415), 4902(76:1420), 7097(111:1455), 10842(176:1500)
    >>Job losses, job creation greater than, o.q., 8005(127:1120)
    >>Liberal government (Chrétien), since 1993 election, over 2 million, 10(2:1530), 189(6:1105), 330(7:1740), 8313(133:1305)
    >>>Free trade, relationship, 2344(37:1850), 2359(37:2040)
    >>>o.q., 2778(43:1440), 10142(164:1500), 10355(167:1130)
    >>>S.O. 31, 596(12:1400), 1098(20:1105), 3389(52:1410)
    >>Payroll taxes, impact, 8192(130:1655)
    >>Private sector role, not government, 8192(130:1655)
    >>>o.q., 10355(167:1130)
    >>>See also Quebec--Economy
    >>Red tape, cutting, necessity, o.q., 3051(47:1415), 3609(55:1115)
    >>See also Canadian Armed Forces--Bases and stations, St. Hubert, QC; Cape Breton, NS--Cape Breton recovery team; Corporation de développement communautaire Drummond; Dana Canada Inc.; Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec--Role; Economic growth; Electronic commerce (Internet) Employment; Fonds de solidarite des travailleurs du Québec; Goods and Services Tax (GST)/Harmonized Sales Tax (HST)--Export distribution centres program; Hydro-electric power--Quebec use, Toulnustouc River project; Infrastructure--Government funding; Infrastructure Canada Program; Interest rates--Decline; Regional development--Youth; Shrimping industry--Quotas; Small and medium business; Technology Partnerships Canada--Economic importance; Transitional jobs fund; Water exports; Wind energy

Job losses/layoffs

    >>April 2001, etc., o.q., 3211(49:1415), 3252-3(50:1115)
    >>Atlantic Canada, forecasts. Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) report, government response, etc., o.q., 6622-3(103:1140)
    >>Budget 2001 not addressing, 8450(134:1540)
    >>Full time jobs, part time jobs replacing, o.q., 8006(127:1125)
    >>Government response, o.q., 6662(104:1420-5), 6883(108:1125)
    >>Number, increase, government presenting budget, o.q., 5911(91:1445)
    >>Taxation factor, 8417(134:1200)
    >>United States, Canadian impact, o.q., 8005(127:1120)
    >>United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, economic impact, 5994(92:1635)
    >>See also Air Canada--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks; Air Transat A.T. Inc.--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks; Air transportation security--Increase, Halifax International Airport; Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL)--Chalk River Laboratories; Automobile industry; Bell Canada--Subcontracting work to United States contractors; Canada 3000 Inc.--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Bankruptcy--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Royal Aviation Inc.--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Shutdown; Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute--Expiry of agreement, Employment; Canadian National Railway Company (CNR)--Privatization, United States ownership; DaimlerChrysler Canada Inc.; Economy/economic conditions--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks; Employment insurance--Premiums; Forest industry--New Brunswick; Fossil fuels--Costs of fuels and electricity generated from; General Motors of Canada Limited--Boisbriand; Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)--Reducing, Costs; Guelph Correctional Centre--Provincial prison; Iron Ore Company of Canada--Sept-Îsles, QC pellet plant refurbishment discontinued; Job creation; Mauricie region, QC; Mitel Corporation (Mitel Semiconductor); Noranda Inc.--Gaspé copper smelter; Nortel Networks Corporation; North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Ports/harbours--Lewisporte, NF marine terminal; Pratt & Whitney Canada Corp.--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks; Rail transportation/railways--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks; Ruttan Mine; Shipbuilding industry; Visteon Canada Inc.

Job security see Budget 2001--Security focus

Job sharing see Air Canada--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Layoffs; Airlines--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Layoffs; Canada 3000 Inc.--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks

Jobim, Frédérick and Karl see Bergeron, Catherine

Johannesburg, South Africa see Sustainable development--International summit

Johansen, Sandra see Edmonton Centre-East constituency

John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport (YHM) see Goods and Services Tax (GST)/Harmonized Sales Tax (HST)--Export distribution centres program

John Humphrey Freedom Award see Samar, Dr. Sima

John Stubbs School see Canadian Armed Forces--Bases, stations and camps, CFB Esquimalt

Johnson, James Granville

    >>Former warden, St. Mary's district, NS, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 1766(30:1110)

Johnson, Kirk see Boxing

Johnston, Dale (CA--Wetaskiwin)

Johnston, Robert Douglas

    >>Medal of Bravery, recipient, congratulating, S.O. 31, 768(14:1405)

Joint and several liability regime see Corporations--Liability, Modified proportionate liability

Joint custody see Divorce--Child custody; Divorce Act (amdt.--joint custody)(Bill C-237)

Joint parenting see Divorce--Child support/custody/access

Joint Task Force (JTF2) see Canadian Armed Forces

Jones Act (United States) see Shipbuilding industry--United States Jones Act

Jones, Brian see Sports--Howard Mackie Awards

Jones, Colleen see Curling--Scott Tournament of Hearts--World Curling Championships

Jones, Dr. Reverend Richard Ditzel

    >>Chaplain emeritus, former Order of Canada recipient, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 7829(124:1400)

Jonquiére constituency

    >>Social infrastructure, government funding, announcement, S.O. 31, 10383-4(168:1405)
    >>See also Infrastructure Canada Program--Canada-Quebec agreement/program, Kénogami curling club


    >>Funeral of King Hussein, Prime Minister Chrétien unable to attend, lack of aircraft, Canadian Armed Forces responsibility, etc., documents disproving, Prime Minister Chrétien misleading House and Canadian public, o.q., 2779(43:1450)
    >>See also Middle East conflict--Palestinians; Terrorism/terrorists--Millennium threats

Jordan, Joe (Lib.--Leeds--Grenville; Parliamentary Secretary to Prime Minister)

Journalists see Afghanistan--United States/United Kingdom special anti-terrorism operations; Organized crime--Intimidation tactics; Pearl, Daniel; World Press Freedom Day

Journée internationale de la Francophonie see Francophonie--Celebrations


Judges Act (amdt.)(Bill C-12)--Minister of Justice (McLellan)

Judicial activism see Judges--Role; Supreme Court of Canada

Judicial Compensation and Benefits Commission


Junior ministers see Cabinet ministers

Junior Team Canada see McNaughton, Ashley

Juno Awards

    >>Canadian music awards, recipients, tribute, S.O. 31, 1512(26:1355), 10383(168:1400)
    >>Hamilton, ON, host, S.O. 31, 1713(29:1400)

Jurisconsult see Quebec National Assembly

Just for Laughs Festival

    >>Montreal, QC, $1.7 million government funding, Jean Carle, subsequent hiring, relationship, o.q., 8644-6(138:1445-55)

Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee

    >>Membership see Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee--Reports, Thirty-ninth
    >>Mental disorder provisions, Criminal Code, review, designated committee, 9283-4(149:1800)
    >>>M. (Regan), agreed to, 9283-4(149:1820)
    >>Reports, presented
    >>>First (Judges Act (amdt.)(Bill C-12)), 2783(43:1515)
    >>>>Changes, M. (Lee), agreed to, by unanimous consent, 2880(44:1650)
    >>>Second (Youth Criminal Justice Act (Bill C-7)), 3525(54:1005)
    >>>Third (Criminal Code (amdt.--organized crime and law enforcement)(Bill C-24)), 4404(68:1505)
    >>>Fourth (Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15)), 5914(91:1505)
    >>>Fifth (Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15A)), 6030(93:1205)
    >>>Sixth (Proposals for a Miscellaneous Statute Laws Amendment Act, 2001), 6528(101:1505)
    >>>Seventh (extension for consideration of Criminal Code (amdt.--cruelty to animals and firearms) and Firearms Act (amdt.)(Bill C-15B)), 6801(107:1005)
    >>>Eighth (Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36)), 7416(117:1040)
    >>>Ninth (Criminal Code (amdt.--cruelty to animals and firearms) and Firearms Act (amdt.)(Bill C-15B)), 7906-7(125:1520)
    >>>Tenth (Courts Administration Service Act (Bill C-30)), 8177(130:1510)
    >>>Eleventh (Privacy Commissioner, 2000-2001 annual report), 8765(140:1520)
    >>>Twelfth (Blood Samples Act (Bill C-217)), 9420(152:1210)
    >>>Thirteenth (Blood Samples Act (Bill C-217)), 9420(152:1210)
    >>>Fourteenth (Statutory review of mental disorder provisions of Criminal Code), 12399-400(202:1505)
    >>>Fifteenth (Subject matter of Criminal Code (amdt.--offences by corporations, directors and officers)(Bill C-284)), 12400(202:1505)
    >>Subcommittee on National Security, travel, authorization, M. (Regan), agreed to, 12859(208:1635)
    >>Travel, authorization, M. (Regan), agreed to, 11097(181:1050)
    >>See also Divorce Act (amdt.--limit on rights of child access by sex offenders)(Bill C-500); Impaired driving--Ignition interlock system--Legislation; National sex offender registry--Legislation; Occupational health and safety--Deaths due to gross negligence; Organized crime--Combatting; Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting, Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36); Victims of crime--Rights

Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee (1st Sess., 36th Parl.) see Airbus affair

Justice and Legal Affairs Standing Committee see Young Offenders Act--Reform

Justice Department

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2000-2001, supplementary (A)--2001-2002, Main--2001-2002, Supplementary (A)--2002-2003, Main
    >>Lawyers' fees see Airbus affair
    >>See also Aboriginal peoples/communities--Residential schools; Borders, international--Security, Canada Customs and Revenue Agency responsibility; Child sexual abuse/assault/exploitation--Law/policy reforms--Protection from sexual predators; Cruelty to animals--Legislation (Bill C-15), Hunting; Justice system--Updating, Dividing bill; Lobster fishery--Aboriginal fishing rights; Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting, Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36)

Justice Studies Centre see Summit of the Americas (April 2001, Quebec City, QC)--Previous summits

Justice system

    >>Administration see Courts Administration Service
    >>Bail, denial
    >>>Charged with violent offences, 4947(77:1015)
    >>>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.--bail for those charged with violent offences)(Bill C-387); Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting
    >>>Murderers caught in the act, petitions, 9893(160:1525), 10244(165:1515), 10683(174:1005), 10771(175:1510), 10971(179:1010), 11264(184:1010)
    >>Cases, backlog, prodigal law concept, 5919(91:1540), 5921(91:1605), 5923(91:1625)
    >>Court officials, judges, prosecutors and law enforcement officials, protection from intimidation
    >>>o.q., 2859(44:1440), 2918(45:1200)
    >>>Throne Speech commitment, 14(2:1530)
    >>Court transcripts, free access, need, 2143(34:1700-5), 2146(34:1725), 2897-8(45:1005)
    >>Criminal proceedings, reforming
    >>>Electronic documents, evidence disclosure, 5379(82:1900), 6315(97:1340)
    >>>Witnesses, testifying
    >>>>Disabled/handicapped persons, easing, 5379(82:1900)
    >>>>Electronic conferencing, 5379(82:1900)
    >>>>Hiding from accused, spectators, 5379(82:1905)
    >>>See also Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15); Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15A)
    >>Crown prosecutors, powers, increasing, 6330(97:1510)
    >>>See also Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15A)
    >>Difficulties, problems, public lack of confidence, Liberal government (Chrétien) responsbility, 2256-7(36:1755)
    >>Equality for all principle
    >>>Null and void, 8632(138:1315)
    >>>Race-based legislation undermining, 8674(138:1830-40)
    >>Evidence, sensitive information, national security implications, provided by foreign governments, protection, amending Canada Evidence Act provisions, 6166(95:1025), 6178(95:1205)
    >>Government funding, inadequate, while spending in non-priority areas, 8770(140:1555)
    >>Improvements, Liberal government (Chrétien) initiatives, 1612(27:1615)
    >>>Lack, S.O. 31, 3606-7(55:1105)
    >>Information sharing, 1561(27:1050)
    >>>Federally integrated justice information initiative, 1562(27:1050)
    >>Justice Minister, authority, consistency, 5363(82:1655)
    >>Legal technicalities/miscarriage of justice, 4189-91(64:1625-35)
    >>Mens rea see Species at risk (endangered species)--Habitat preservation, Landowners
    >>Miscarriage of justice/wrongful convictions, review process, Criminal Code Section 690, improving, 3583(54:1630), 3650(56:1320), 3653(56:1340), 5361(82:1630)
    >>>Annual report to Parliament, 3583(54:1630), 6314(97:1330)
    >>>Applications, online information access, 3583(54:1630)
    >>>Eligibility, clarifying, 6313(97:1325)
    >>>Investigators, additional powers, 3583(54:1630), 6314(97:1325)
    >>>Justice Minister role, ultimate decision-making authority, 3583(54:1630), 5361(82:1635), 5386(82:2000), 6313(97:1325), 6315(97:1335-40), 6317(97:1355), 6330(97:1510)
    >>>Marshall Commission recommendations, independent body, review, necessity, 5361(82:1635)
    >>>Open, accountable process, increasing, 6313-4(97:1325)
    >>>Process, United Kingdom, comparison, 6313(97:1325), 6315(97:1335), 6330(97:1510)
    >>>Special adviser, appointing, 6314(97:1330)
    >>>Summary convictions, covering, 6314(97:1325)
    >>>Truscott, Steven, example, 5330(82:1040), 6317(97:1355), 6330(97:1510)
    >>>See also Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15)
    >>Modernization, federal-provincial-territorial consultations, 3683(54:1630-5)
    >>Preliminary inquiries, eliminating, 6314-5(97:1330-5)
    >>>See also Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15A)
    >>Principles, 8689(139:1120)
    >>Protection of society, primary guiding principle, 2234(36:1515)
    >>Public confidence
    >>>Disenchantment, 1583(27:1315)
    >>>Restoring, S.O. 31, 9292(150:1405)
    >>Public defender system, California model, 2903(45:1045)
    >>Public inquiry re sentencing, corrections and parole systems, M. (Vellacott), 12733-44(206:1330)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 12742(206:1430)
    >>Reform, necessity, 5505(84:1705)
    >>Rehabilitation, reintegration, importance, 8689(139:1120)
    >>Strength, importance, 8770(140:1555)
    >>Terrorist activities, joint federal-provincial prosecutorial authority, 6168(95:1045)
    >>Trial procedures, simplifying, 3683(54:1630)
    >>Truth, importance, 9134(147:1030)
    >>Two-tiered/multi-level, ethnicity or race based, 8566-8(136:1645-55)
    >>Updating, Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15), omnibus bill
    >>>Content, 3581(54:1620), 5384(82:1945), 5385(82:1955)
    >>>Dividing bill, Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15A), unfair political practice, unrelated sections, speedy passage promised on sections re child pornography, sexual exploitation of children, 3646-8(56:1255-305), 3650(56:1320), 3651(56:1330), 3653(56:1345), 5326-9(82:1010-35), 5331(82:1045-50), 5333(82:1105), 5334(82:1115), 5338-9(82:1345-50), 5351-4(82:1510-30), 5355-6(82:1540-55), 5357-8(82:1600-15), 5360-5(82:1620-705), 5365-7(82:1715-25), 5375-7(82:1830-40), 5377-9(82:1850-900), 5380-1(82:1915), 5381-4(82:1925-45), 5385-9(82:1955-2025), 5599(86:1510), 6312(97:1320), 6314-5(97:1330-5), 6316-7(97:1345-55), 6330(97:1510), 7976(126:1620), 7980(126:1655), 7983(126:1715)
    >>>>Canadian Alliance, sections supported, 5357(82:1600)
    >>>>Content, 6312(91:1320)
    >>>>Government refusal, playing political games, S.O. 31, 5080(78:1410-5)
    >>>>Justice Department, requesting, 5337(82:1335)
    >>>>New Democratic Party, sections supported, 5353(82:1520-5)
    >>>>o.q., 4400-1(68:1445-50), 4591(71:1455), 4664(72:1450), 4785(74:1430-5), 4987(77:1430-5)
    >>>>Parliamentary reform, assisting, 5380(82:1915)
    >>>Flawed, 3644(56:1235), 3646-8(56:1250-305), 3650(56:1320), 3651-2(56:1330-5), 3653(56:1345-50), 4967-8(77:1235)
    >>>Leak to media, Justice Minister McClellan found in contempt of House of Commons, 6670(104:1505)
    >>>Media briefing prior to first reading, Members of Parliament excluded, 1666(28:1725)
    >>>>See also Cabinet Ministers--Briefing sessions to media
    >>>Undemocratic, 5364-6(82:1700-20)
    >>>See also Criminal Code--Omnibus bill; Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15A)
    >>See also Aboriginal peoples/communities--Conflict with the law; Canadian Armed Forces--Military justice system; Criminal Code--Changes; Extradition--Judicial review; Juvenile Delinquents Act; Public safety; Victims of crimes; Youth justice system

"Justice System and Official Language Communities, The" see Official Languages Standing Joint Committee--Reports, Twelfth

Jutra Awards

    >>Quebec film industry, winners, congratulating, S.O. 31, 8916(143:1410)

Juvenile Delinquents Act

    >>Guiding principles, sentencing regulations, inconsistencies, etc., 2218(36:1345-50)