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Malnutrition see Developing countries

Malone, Justice Ted see Aboriginal peoples/communities--Residential schools, Saskatchewan

Maloney, John (Lib.--Erie--Lincoln; Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada until August 31, 2001)

Malpeque constituency see Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA)--Strategic Community Investment Fund

Mammals see Marine mammals

Mammography screening see Breast cancer

Man Who Skied Down Everest, The see Crawley, F.R.

Management see Public Service--Union

Managing for Results 2000 see Government performance

Manchester, England see Commonwealth Games (Manchester, England 2002)

Mandatory supervision see Parole/parolees--Statutory release

Mandela, Nelson

Mandela Foundation see Tuberculosis--Combatting

Manitoba see particular subjects

Manitoba Centre for Health Policy see Aboriginal peoples/communities--Health care services

Manitoba Claim Settlements Implementation Act see Aboriginal land claims--Lands

Manitoba first nations see Aboriginal peoples/communities--First Nations Governance Act

Manitoba Interfaith Immigration Council see Refugees--Settlement

Manitoba Telecom Services (MTS)

    >>Manitoba Telephone System privatization, impact, public phones for emergency use, etc., 3201-2(49:1320-5)

Manitoba Telephone System see Manitoba Telecom Services (MTS)

Manion, Jack see Refugees--Determination process, Singh case

Manley, Hon. John (Lib.--Ottawa South; Minister of Foreign Affairs until January 15, 2002; Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Infrastructure and Crown Corporations as of January 15, 2002; Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance and Minister of Infrastructure as of June 2, 2002; Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance as of August 7, 2002)

Mann, Keith

    >>Music teacher, volunteer, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 3983(61:1405-10)

Manning, Preston (CA--Calgary Southwest; resignation effective January 31, 2002)

    >>Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute, M. on supply (Paquette), 1682-3(29:1040), 1686(29:1105), 1705-6(29:1310-5)
    >>Canadian Neutron Facility, o.q., 1599(27:1450)
    >>Consumption taxes, 497(10:1355)
    >>Forest industry, 1706(29:1310-5)
    >>Free trade, 1682-3(29:1040), 1686(29:1105)
    >>Fuel taxes, 497(10:1355)
    >>Health Standing Committee, 8177(130:1510)
    >>Manning, 8558-60(136:1525-40)
    >>Parliamentary reform, 497(10:1350)
    >>Quebec separation/sovereignty, 484(10:1225)
    >>References
    >>>Illness, recovery from prostate cancer, return to House of Commons, 347(8:1450)
    >>>>o.q., 219(6:1415), 348(8:1455)
    >>>Retirement from House of Commons, announcement
    >>>>o.q., 2124(34:1450)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 2114(34:1400)
    >>>>Tribute, 2022(33:1850), 8555-60(136:1500-45), 8565(136:1630)
    >>>See also House of Commons vacancies--Calgary Southwest
    >>Reproductive and genetic technologies, 8177(130:1510)
    >>>o.q., 347-8(8:1455), 3564-5(54:1430), 8246(131:1440)
    >>Science and technology, 462(10:1025)
    >>Throne Speech, Address in Reply, M. (Macklin), 462(10:1015), 484(10:1220-5), 497(10:1350-5)
    >>Trade agreements, 6939(109:1525)
    >>United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, M. (Chrétien), 5181-3(79:1935-40)
    >>World Trade Organization (WTO), Committee take note, M. (Boudria), 6939(109:1525)

Manpower agreements see Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute--Expiry of agreement, Government assisting industry and workers

Manpower training programs see Labour force--Training

Manship, Jon see Spielo Gaming International

Manufacturers' sales tax see Goods and Services Tax (GST)/Harmonized Sales Tax (HST)

Manufacturing and Storage of Patented Medicines Regulations see Drugs and pharmaceuticals--Generic drugs

Manufacturing industry

    >>Economic importance, S.O. 31, 11875(194:1410)
    >>Exporters/importers, 911(17:1000)
    >>>See also Sales Tax and Excise Tax Amendments Act, 2001 (Bill C-13)
    >>Free trade, importance, 3415(52:1640)

Manure see Drinking water contamination--Agricultural practices

Maple leaf

    >>National symbol, history, 10365(168:1120)

Maple Leaf card see Immigration--Permanent resident card

Maple Ridge, BC see Canada-United states Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute--Expiry of agreement, Countervailing duties, Chasyn Wood Technologies

Maple syrup industry

    >>Importance, booming industry, S.O. 31, 2115-6(34:1405)
    >>See also Festival beauceron de l'érable

Maple trees see Acid rain

Maquiladora zones see North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)--Mexico

Marathon

    >>National Capital Marathon
    >>>Bartoszek, Danuta, women's winner, S.O. 31, 4262(66:1355)
    >>>Racicot, Marc, House of Commons Employee, success, S.O. 31, 4091(63:1405-10)

Marbles see Greece--Parthenon marbles

Marceau, Richard (BQ--Charlesbourg--Jacques-Cartier)

    >>Aboriginal land claims, 12855-6(208:1605-10)
    >>Aboriginal peoples/communities, 12757-8(207:1245-55)
    >>>o.q., 8176(130:1500)
    >>Aboriginal self-government
    >>>S.O. 31, 6474-5(100:1410)
    >>>Statement by minister (Nault), 3490(53:1515-20)
    >>Access to Information Act, o.q., 5082(78:1425)
    >>Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36), 7487-8(118:1320-5)
    >>Auger, Christopher, S.O. 31, 3870(59:1400-5)
    >>Banks and financial institutions, 558(11:1730-5)
    >>Bloc Québécois, S.O. 31, 4347(67:1410)
    >>Broadcasting Act (amdt.)(Bill S-7), 5307(81:1620), 6389-90(98:1335-40)
    >>Canada, S.O. 31, 3478(53:1415)
    >>Canada Health and Social Transfer (CHST)
    >>>M. on supply (Loubier), 9772-4(158:1630-45)
    >>Canada Information Office, 398(9:1150)
    >>Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute, M. on supply (Paquette), 1729-30(29:1525-35)
    >>Canadian Armed Forces, qu., 12355(201:1205)
    >>Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), 6389-90(98:1335-40)
    >>Claim Settlements (Alberta and Saskatchewan) Implementation Act (Bill C-37), 6402(99:1230), 7746(123:1230)
    >>Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada (Romanow), 12586-7(203:2140-5)
    >>Competition Act (amdt.)(Bill C-248), 7738(123:1125)
    >>Constitution, 8960(144:1025)
    >>>o.q., 10495-6(170:1425)
    >>Corporate mergers, 7738(123:1125)
    >>Constitution, 4466(69:1335)
    >>Currency, o.q., 3662(56:1430), 3794(58:1420), 3985(61:1420)
    >>Délégation Générale du Québec in Paris, S.O. 31, 6726(105:1410)
    >>Developing countries, 9310-1(150:1600)
    >>Dion, references, o.q., 777(14:1450)
    >>Dollar exchange rate, o.q., 3794(58:1420)
    >>Drinking water, M. on supply (Herron), 3754-6(57:1550-605)
    >>Economy/economic conditions, 6821-2(107:1240)
    >>Education, 80(4:1135), 3755(57:1600), 12587(203:2145)
    >>Elections, 396(9:1140)
    >>Ethics Counsellor, M. on supply (Day), 396-8(9:1140-55)
    >>European Union (EU), 3065-7(47:1545-55)
    >>Federal-provincial jurisdiction, 80-1(4:1135)
    >>>o.q., 108(4:1440), 10562(171:1450)
    >>Federal-provincial relations, M. (Toews), 11200(183:1125)
    >>Federalism, 4466-7(69:1335-45)
    >>Financial Consumer Agency of Canada, 558(11:1735)
    >>Financial Consumer Agency of Canada Act (Bill C-8), 557-8(11:1730)
    >>Financial services legislation, 557-8(11:1730-40)
    >>First Nations Governance Act (Bill C-61), 12757-8(207:1245-50)
    >>First Nations Governance Review Act (Bill C-399), 12980-(210:1715-20)
    >>Forest industry, 1729(29:1525)
    >>Free trade, 1729(29:1530), 6960(109:1800)
    >>Free Trade Area of the Americas
    >>>M. on supply (Paquette), 764-6(14:1335-55)
    >>>M. on supply (Paquette), 3065-7(47:1545-600)
    >>>o.q., 879(16:1440), 956(17:1435-40), 1324-5(23:1440)
    >>Gasoline prices, 766(14:1350)
    >>Globalization, global economy/marketplace, 765(14:1345-50)
    >>Government, 3065-6(47:1545-50), 8959-60(144:1020)
    >>Government contracts, 398(9:1150)
    >>>o.q., 12041(197:1505)
    >>Government expenditures, 4467(69:1340-5)
    >>Health care funding, 12587(203:2145-50)
    >>>M. on supply (Ménard), 8959-61(144:1020-35)
    >>Health care providers, 12587(203:2145-50)
    >>Health care system, House take note, M. (Boudria), 12586-8(203:2140-55)
    >>Heating Expenses One Time Relief, 765(14:1350)
    >>Home heating costs, 766(14:1350)
    >>Income tax, 8961(144:1035)
    >>>M. on supply (Dubé), 4466-8(69:1335-50)
    >>Indian Act, 3490(53:1515)
    >>Indian bands/reserves, M. on supply (Elley), 1813-5(31:1255-1310)
    >>Lepage, Robert, S.O. 31, 7673(121:1405)
    >>Liberal government (Chrétien), S.O. 31, 12100(198:1410)
    >>Marceau, references, 79(4:1130)
    >>Marcil, references, 398(9:1155)
    >>Ménard, references, 8959(144:1020)
    >>Middle East conflict, M. to adjourn under S.O. 52 (Lalonde), 10197-8(164:2210-5)
    >>Municipalities, o.q., 3876-7(59:1430-5), 8923(143:1445), 11225(183:1420-5)
    >>National Bank of Canada, 558(11:1730-5)
    >>National security, 11895-6(194:1620-5)
    >>National standards, 4467(69:1340)
    >>Newfoundland and Labrador, M. (Tobin), 6700-3(105:1045-100)
    >>Nunavik, QC, S.O. 31, 10233(165:1410)
    >>Nunavut, 5612(86:1650)
    >>Nunavut Waters and Nunavut Surface Rights Tribunal Act (Bill C-33), 5612(86:1650)
    >>Order of Canada, S.O. 31, 6366(98:1100)
    >>Parental leave, 80(4:1130)
    >>>o.q., 4587(71:1435), 4660(72:1435)
    >>People's Republic of China Accession to Agreement Establishing World Trade Organization Act (Bill C-50), 9309-11(150:1550-605)
    >>Politicians, 396-7(9:1140)
    >>Postal workers, petitions, 11385(185:1510)
    >>Prime Minister's Office (PMO), o.q., 5082(78:1425)
    >>Procedure
    >>>Bills, Government, M., 4081(62:1520)
    >>>Language, inappropriate/improper, 7738(123:1125), 9774(158:1645)
    >>>Points of order, 6959-60(109:1755)
    >>>Speeches, 12752(207:1210)
    >>Public safety, 11895(194:1615-20)
    >>Public Safety Act, 2002 (Bill C-55), 11895-6(194:1615-25)
    >>Quebec, 79-80(4:1130-5), 397-8(9:1145-50)
    >>>o.q., 1774(30:1155), 4587(71:1435), 4660-1(72:1435)
    >>Quebec City, QC, S.O. 31, 6320(97:1410)
    >>Quebec distinct society status, 81(4:1140)
    >>Quebec separation/sovereignty, 81(4:1135)
    >>References, election as Member of Parliament, thanking voters, 79(4:1130)
    >>Research and development, 4468(69:1345-50)
    >>Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (Erasmus-Dussault), 80(4:1135)
    >>>o.q., 535(11:1455)
    >>Skiing, o.q., 7375-6(116:1445)
    >>Social Union Framework Agreement, 80-1(4:1135), 12587(203:2145)
    >>Specific Claims Resolution Act (Bill C-60), 12855-6(208:1605-10)
    >>Stoney Point First Nation, M. (Martin, Pat), 7989(126:1805)
    >>Taxation, 12587-8(203:2145-50)
    >>Terrorism/terrorists, 7487-8(118:1320-5)
    >>Throne Speech, Address in Reply, M. (Macklin), 79-81(4:1130-40)
    >>Trade agreements, 6959(109:1750-5)
    >>Transfer payments to provinces, 3755(57:1555), 12587(203:2145)
    >>Transitional jobs fund, 397-8(9:1145-50)
    >>United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks
    >>>M. on supply (Gauthier), 5537-9(85:1240-55)
    >>Vollant, Dr. Stanley, S.O. 31, 4781(74:1415)
    >>World Trade Organization (WTO), 9309-11(150:1550-605)
    >>>Committee take note, M. (Boudria), 6958-61(109:1750-810)
    >>Young Offenders Act, 80(4:1130-5)
    >>Youth Criminal Justice Act (Bill C-7), 724(13:1800), 4254-5(66:1250-300)
    >>Youth justice system, o.q., 4270(66:1430)
    >>Yukon Act (Bill C-39), 6914-5(109:1240-5), 7750(123:1255)

Marcello, George see Organ donations/transplants

March 2/3 see Poverty--Combatting

Marchi, Hon. Sergio see World Trade Organization (WTO)

Marcil, Serge (Lib.--Beauharnois--Salaberry; Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of Industry as of February 21, 2002)

    >>Automobile industry, 10818-9(176:1230), 10822-3(176:1250-1300), 11628(189:1845), 11629(189:1850)
    >>Beauharnois--Salaberry constituency, 359(8:1605), 361(8:1615)
    >>Biotechnology industry, o.q., 12395(202:1440)
    >>Bloc Québécois, 968(17:1555)
    >>Border, Canada-United States, 8114(129:1320)
    >>Bourassa, Robert, S.O. 31, 5861(90:1400)
    >>Budget 2001
    >>>M. (Boudria), 6818(107:1215), 6821-2(107:1240)
    >>>M. for approval (Martin, Paul), 8113-5(129:1320-35)
    >>Budget deficit, 8115(129:1325), 8115(129:1335)
    >>Budget Implementation Act, 2001 (Bill C-49), 9430(152:1325)
    >>Business, 6818(107:1215)
    >>Canada Health and Social Transfer (CHST)
    >>>M. on supply (Loubier), 9773-4(158:1640-5), 9782(158:1750)
    >>Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation, S.O. 31, 12388(202:1400)
    >>Canada-United States Auto Pact, 11628(189:1845)
    >>Cascade Data Services, o.q., 9145(147:1135)
    >>Census, 10172-3(164:1905-10)
    >>Chicoutimi--Le Fjord constituency, 968(17:1555-600)
    >>Cipro (anti-anthrax drug), o.q., 9102(146:1445-50)
    >>Competition Act (amdt.)(Bill C-248), 9169-70(148:1100-10)
    >>Copyright, M. (Abbott), 10483-4(169:1755-1800)
    >>Corporate mergers, 9169-70(148:1100-10)
    >>Criminal Code (amdt.--hate propaganda)(Bill C-415), 11905-6(194:1740-50)
    >>Dairy industry, o.q., 7766(123:1440)
    >>Davie Industries Inc./MIL Davie Inc., 11910(194:1825)
    >>Economic growth, 359-60(8:1605-15)
    >>Economy/economic conditions, 8114(129:1320)
    >>Education, 360(8:1610-5)
    >>Education, post-secondary, 9789-90(158:1910-5)
    >>Election promises, 971-2(17:1625)
    >>Elections, 968-70(17:1555-610), 972(17:1625)
    >>Electoral reform, M. on supply (McDonough), 968-72(17:1555-625)
    >>Employment insurance, 4490(69:1550)
    >>Employment rate, 359-60(8:1610)
    >>Environment, 8114(129:12325)
    >>Ethics Counsellor, M. on supply (Day), 398(9:1150)
    >>Foreign aid, M. on supply (Tremblay, Stéphan), 6678(104:1610)
    >>Francophonie Games (Ottawa-Hull 2001), o.q., 3218(49:1455)
    >>General Motors of Canada Limited, M. on supply (Guay), 10818-9(176:1230), 10821-3(176:1250-305), 10824(176:1310-5), 10858(176:1705)
    >>Government, 971(17:1620)
    >>Guide-Scout Week, S.O. 31, 1099-100(20:1110)
    >>Health care funding, 8114(129:1320)
    >>Highways and roads, 360(8:1610), 361(8:1620), 8114(129:1325), 8115(129:1335)
    >>>o.q., 4710(73:1500)
    >>>S.O. 31, 6924(109:1355), 7895(125:1410), 8121(129:1410)
    >>Housing, 8114(129:1320)
    >>Income tax, M. on supply (Dubé), 4490(69:1545-50)
    >>Infrastructure, 8114(129:1320-5)
    >>International Nurses Day, S.O. 31, 3924(60:1105)
    >>Legislative process, 1257-8(22:1635-45)
    >>Literacy, S.O. 31, 6320(97:1400), 11591(189:1410)
    >>National debt, 8115(129:1325)
    >>Older workers, 6818(107:1215)
    >>Ordre de la Pléiade, S.O. 31, 215(6:1400)
    >>Police, S.O. 31, 9408-9(152:1105)
    >>Political parties, 969-70(17:1610-5)
    >>Political process/system, 971(17:1620)
    >>Political system, federal, M. on supply (Reynolds), 11690-1(190:1705-10)
    >>Pratt & Whitney Canada Corp., o.q., 10354(167:1125)
    >>Prince Edward Island National Park, o.q., 12393(202:1425-30)
    >>Procedure, language, inappropriate/improper, 9430(152:1325), 9774(158:1645)
    >>Quebec, 398(9:1150)
    >>References, 11461(186:1600)
    >>>Election win, congratulating, 357(8:1550)
    >>>Promises regarding bridge construction when Member of Quebec National Assembly, failure to deliver, 398-9(9:1155-200)
    >>>See also Beauharnois--Salaberry constituency
    >>Reproductive and genetic technologies, 11411-2(185:1830-5)
    >>Salmon, Atlantic, 9691-2(156:1845-50)
    >>Senior citizens, 360(8:1610)
    >>Shipbuilding industry, 11910-1(194:1825-30)
    >>Single parents, 360(8:1610)
    >>Social programs, 4490(69:1550)
    >>Standing Orders, M. (Boudria), 1257-8(22:1635-45)
    >>Statistics Act and the National Archives of Canada Act (amdt.--census records)(Bill C-312), 10172-3(164:1905-10)
    >>Strategic Infrastructure Foundation, 8114-5(129:1325), 8115(129:1335)
    >>Suicides, 360(8:1610)
    >>Tax reductions, 8114(129:1320)
    >>Technology Partnerships Canada, o.q., 9145(147:1135)
    >>Terrorism/terrorists, 6102(94:1740)
    >>>S.O. 31, 1823(31:1400)
    >>Throne Speech, Address in Reply, M. (Macklin), 359-61(8:1605-20)
    >>Trudeau, Right Hon. Pierre Elliott, S.O. 31, 5711(88:1105)
    >>United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, M. on supply (Clark), 6101-2(94:1735-40)
    >>Weightlifting, S.O. 31, 11663(190:1400)
    >>Youth Criminal Justice Act (Bill C-7), 4282-3(66:1540-50)
    >>Youth Internship Canada, S.O. 31, 10877-8(177:1110)
    >>Youth justice system, 4282-3(66:1545-50)

Marconi, Guglielmo

    >>First wireless signal across Atlantic, from Poldhu, England to Signal Hill, St. John's, NF, 100th anniversary, S.O. 31, 8239(1231:1400)

Marcotte, Melissa see Auberge Grand-Mère--Funding controversy, Grand Mère golf course

Marginal farmland see Species at risk--Habitat preservation

Marholis, David see Retail industry--Retail Council of Canada

Marihuana see Marijuana

Marijuana

Marijuana Party

    >>Single issue, legalization of marijuana for medical purposes, 1094(20:1040), 4181(64:1520)

Marine Atlantic Inc.

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Transport Department
    >>Newfoundland, moving all operations to, Cape Breton, N.S. impact, petitions, 3353(52:1015)

Marine Communications and Traffic Services (MCTS) see Canadian Coast Guard

Marine conservation areas

Marine environment

    >>Land based activity/pollution, protecting from, global action program, United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) Montreal, QC meeting, November 2001, relationship, o.q., 7565(119:1450-5)

Marine fabrication industry see Shipbuilding industry--Trade agreement with European Free Trade Association (EFTA)

Marine infrastructure

    >>Funding cutbacks, $100 billion, 8882(142:1305)

Marine Liability Act (Bill S-2)--Minister of Transport (Collenette)

    >>First reading, 166(5:1215)
    >>Second reading, 1112-21(20:1225-330), agreed to, 1121(20:1330)
    >>Transport and Government Operations Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, 1121(20:1330)
    >>>Reported, without amdt., 2622-3(41:1500)
    >>Report stage, 3600-4(55:1025-55), 3621-4(55:1220-40)
    >>>Concurrence, agreed to, on recorded division, 3775-6(57:1755-800)
    >>>Motions, 3600-1(55:1025)
    >>>>Negatived, on recorded division, 3772-5(57:1755)
    >>Third reading, 3809-23(58:1545-725), agreed to, on division, 3823(58:1725), passed.
    >>Royal Assent, 3892(59:1615), Chap. 6, S.C. 2001
    >>See also Marine transportation--Shipowners liability for carriage of goods/passengers; Oil spills--Shipowners liability; Transport and Government Operations Standing Committee--Meetings

Marine Liability Act (Bill S-17)(36th Parl., 2nd Sess.) see Marine transportation--Shipowners liability for carriage of goods/passengers, Legislation

Marine mammals see Marine conservation areas--Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park, QC

Marine science and technology

    >>Quebec maritime regions, Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec role, Technopole Maritime du Québec and Maritime Innovation, o.q., 12841(208:1435)

Marine technical review panel see Marine transportation--Safety factors

Marine transportation

    >>Accidents, collisions, wrecks
    >>>Deaths, inquiries into, 1503(26:1250)
    >>>Salvage rights, etc., 1503(26:1250)
    >>Children under one year of age, excluded from definition of passenger, 1658-9(28:1625-30)
    >>Crew members, qualifications, working conditions, 1503(26:1250)
    >>Departmental responsibilities, Transport Department/Fisheries and Oceans Department, 1495(26:1205), 1498(26:1220), 1502-3(26:1250), 1505-6(26:1305-15), 1659(28:1630-5), 3898-9(59:1655-700)
    >>>See also Marine transportation--Environmental factors--Legislation
    >>Economic role, employment, trade, etc., 1494-5(26:1200)
    >>Environmental factors, measures, 1502-3(26:1250), 1659(28:1635), 1661(28:1645-50), 1665(28:1720), 3894-5(59:1625-35), 3821(58:1710), 3822-3(58:1720)
    >>>Acid rain impact, sulphur dioxide pollution factor, S.O. 31, 6725(105:1400)
    >>>Departmental responsibilities, Environment Department, Fisheries and Oceans Department, Transport Department, Canadian Coast Guard, 1496(26:1210), 1659(28:1635)
    >>>"Discharge", definition, 1659(28:1635), 1661(28:1650)
    >>>Double hulling of ships, 1666(28:1725)
    >>>East/west coasts, Grand Banks (Newfoundland), 1508(26:1330)
    >>>Greenhouse gas emissions reduction, 1496(26:1210)
    >>>Inspection of vessels, 1659(28:1635)
    >>>>St. Lawrence River, etc., 1660(28:1645)
    >>>International Maritime Organization role, 1496(26:1210)
    >>>Offences, enforcement, penalties, 1496(26:1210), 1506-7(26:1315-25), 1508(26:1330-5), 1664(28:1710-5), 3894(59:1625)
    >>>Oil discharges
    >>>>Impact on sea birds, fines, etc., o.q., 8645-6(138:1455), 8646(138:1455)
    >>>>Minister reporting to Parliament every five years, 1666(28:1725)
    >>>Pollution prevention, 1496(26:1210), 1659(28:1635), 3894(59:1625)
    >>>Ship ballast water, regulating, 1496(26:1210)
    >>>Ships discharging waste/bilge water, Canadian Armed Forces Aurora patrol aircraft cutbacks factor, 1506-7(26:1315-25), 1508(26:1330-5), 1510(26:1345), 1511(26:1350)
    >>>See also Marine transportation--Foreign registered ships--Pilotage--Shipowners liability for carriage of goods/passengers, Toxic/hazardous substances; Nunavut--Land claims agreement of 1993; Oil spills
    >>Foreign registered ships
    >>>Canadian companies purchasing, registering in tax havens, avoiding taxes, 8320(133:1355)
    >>>Canadian standards, environment, labour, safety, etc., applying to, 1496(26:1210), 1660(28:1640), 1661-5(28:1650-720), 3894(59:1630)
    >>>Income tax avoidance, etc., 3814-5(58:1625)
    >>>See also Canada Steamship Lines Inc.--Martin; Marine transportation--Shipowners liability for carriage of goods/passengers
    >>Labour factors, measures
    >>>Occupational health and safety responsibility, 1496(26:1205))
    >>>Strike/lockout, affecting service between Port-aux-Basques, NF and North Sydney, NS, continuation of service, M. (Johnston), 8033-40(128:1110-200)
    >>>>Dropped from Order Paper, 8040(128:1205)
    >>>Wages, unpaid, liens against vessels, 1495-6(26:1205)
    >>>See also Marine transportation--Foreign registered ships
    >>Legislation
    >>>Canada Shipping Act, 2001 (Bill C-14)
    >>>>Bloc Québécois position, 1659(28:1635), 3896(59:1640)
    >>>>Canada Shipping Act, 2000 (Bill C-35)(36th Parl., 2nd Sess.), died when election called, overhauled, updated, etc., 1500(26:1230), 1503(26:1250), 3895(59:1635), 3896(59:1640-5), 3898(59:1655)
    >>>>Canadian Alliance position, 3896(59:1640)
    >>>>Consultations with stakeholders, 1495(26:1203), 1498(26:1220-5), 1505(26:1305), 12511(26:1350-5), 3894(59:1630), 3895(59:1635), 3899(59:1705)
    >>>>>Draft provided to stakeholders before tabling in Parliament, 1500(26:1235)
    >>>>Historical background of act, 1936 legislation, etc., 1495(26:1200), 1498(26:1220)
    >>>>Language, simplified, etc., 1495(26:1205)
    >>>>New legislation, built from keel up, 1495(26:1200-5)
    >>>>Objectives, goals, 1495(26:1200-5), 1498(26:1220-5), 1505(26:1305), 1658(28:1625), 3895(59:1635), 3896(59:1645), 3898(59:1655)
    >>>>Overview, 1502-3(26:1250), 1658-9(28:1620-5)
    >>>>Passage, expediting, 1498(26:1220), 1499(26:1230), 1500(26:1235), 1502(26:1245), 1510-1(26:1345-50)
    >>>>Preamble, 1495(26:1205)
    >>>>Reform of act, antiquated, updating, etc., 1494-5(26:1200), 1498(26:1220), 1499-500(26:1230-5), 1502(26:1245), 1505(26:1305), 1509(26:1335)
    >>>>Transport and Government Operations Standing Committee study, 1500(26:1235), 1502(26:1245), 1511(26:1355), 3893(59:1625), 3895(59:1635-40), 3898(59:1655)
    >>>>Transport Department/Fisheries and Oceans Department, roles, 1495(26:1200-5), 3895-6(59:1635-40)
    >>>>See also Canada Shipping Act, 2001 (Bill C-14); Fishing vessels--Transport Department small vessel registry; Marine transportation passim; Oil spills--Prevention and response; Shipbuilding industry--Legislation
    >>>See also Marine transportation--Shipowners liability for carriage of goods/passengers;
    >>Navigation services, 1503(26:1250)
    >>Offences
    >>>Enforcement, administrative enforcement scheme, adjudicator, etc., 1506(26:1310), 3894(59:1630), 3899(59:1700)
    >>>See also Marine transportation--Environmental factors
    >>Passengers see Marine transportation--Children
    >>Pilotage, St. Lawrence River/Seaway, role of pilots, protecting environment, preventing oil spills, 3604(55:1055)
    >>>Laurentian Pilotage Authority tariffs, etc., 1120-1(20:1320-5), 3815(58:1625-30)
    >>Port state control program, eliminating substandard shipping, etc., o.q., 12533(203:1450)
    >>Regulations, reducing, modernizing, 1495(26:1200)
    >>Safety factors, measures, 1498(26:1220), 1499(26:1225-30), 1502-3(26:1250), 3894(59:1625), 3895(59:1635)
    >>>Accidents, deaths of Windsor , ON students on Lake Huron ferry, 3603(55:1045)
    >>>Inspection powers, 1496(26:1210)
    >>>International obligations, agreements, implementing via regulations, etc., 1496(26:1205)
    >>>Marine technical review panel role, vessel inspection, 1495(26:1205)
    >>>Shipmasters' responsibilities, vessel crews, etc., 1495(26:1205)
    >>>Vessel safety standards, etc., 1496(26:1205)
    >>>See also Marine transportation--Accidents--Foreign registered ships
    >>Seasonal buoys, left in water over winter, not properly maintained, o.q., 1772(30:1140)
    >>Security, funding, sunset provisions, 11062(180:1600)
    >>Shipowners liability for carriage of goods/passengers
    >>>Air transportation provisions, comparison, 1113(20:1235)
    >>>Apportioning liability for compensation to passengers for injuries or death, 1114(20:1240), 1118(20:1310), 3809-11(58:1545-55), 3812-3(58:1610), 3818(58:1645), 3822(58:1715-20)
    >>>Ceiling on liability for compensation to passengers for injury or death, 1114-5(20:1240)
    >>>Contracting out of liability, prohibiting, 3810(58:1550)
    >>>Dependants receiving compensation, 1115(20:1250), 1118(20:1305-10)
    >>>Federal-provincial jurisdiction factor, Quebec, 1116(20:1250)
    >>>Foreign registered ships, 3622(55:1230)
    >>>Goods, commercial cargo, damage to
    >>>>Canada asserting jurisdiction, 3818(58:1645)
    >>>>Hague-Visby and Hamburg rules, 1119(20:1310)
    >>>Guaranteed level of compensation, 3810(58:1550)
    >>>Insurance requirement, posting notice if uninsured, ability to pay compensation, factor, etc., 1115(20:1240), 3601-4(55:1025-55), 3621-3(55:1220-35), 3811-2(58:1600-5), 3813-4(58:1610-5), 3815-6(58:1630), 3817-21(58:1645-705)
    >>>International agreements, Athens convention, Hague-Visby and Hamburg rules, relationship, 3809(58:1550), 3810-1(58:1555), 3817-8(58:1645)
    >>>>See also Marine transportation--Shipowners liability for carriage of goods/passengers, Goods
    >>>Legislation, Marine Liability Act (Bill S-2), 1496(26:1210)
    >>>>Bloc Québécois position, 1118-21(20:1305-25), 1659(28:1635), 3812(58:1605), 3823(58:1725)
    >>>>Canada Shipping Act, modernizing, 1113(20:1225), 3810(58:1550)
    >>>>Canadian Alliance position, 1116(20:1250), 3811(58:1555)
    >>>>Consolidation of regimes/legislation in various acts, 1113(20:1225), 1114(20:1235-40), 3809(58:1545), 3810-1(58:1550-5), 3821(58:1710)
    >>>>Housekeeping measures, retroactive validation of by-laws under Canada Ports Corporation Act and Pilotage Act, 3821(58:1715)
    >>>>Industry support, 1116(20:1250)
    >>>>Members of Parliament/opposition role, 3809(58:1545)
    >>>>Necessity, lack of existing legislation, 1114(20:1235)
    >>>>Re-introduction from previous sessions, Bill S-17 of 36th Parl., 2nd Sess., etc., 1112-3(20:1225), 1113-4(1235), 3810(58:1550)
    >>>>>Changes, 1115(20:1250)
    >>>>Senate, introduction in, 1115-6(20:1250), 1118(20:1305), 1120(220:1325), 3622(55:1225), 3821(58:1710)
    >>>>Transport and Government Operations Standing Committee study, 1116(20:1250)
    >>>>>See also Transport and Government Operations Standing Committee--Meetings
    >>>>Transport Department role, consultations with industry, etc., 3809(58:1545)
    >>>>See also Marine Liability Act (Bill S-2); Oil spills--Shipowners liability;
    >>>Limitation of liability, 1118(20:1310), 3822(58:1720)
    >>>Passengers and baggage, injuries or damage to, 1118-9(20:1310)
    >>>Toxic/hazardous substances, 3811(58:1555)
    >>>Wrongful death and injury claims, 3818(58:1645), 3822(58:1715)
    >>>See also Nunavut--Land claims agreement of 1993; Oil spills--Shipowners liability
    >>Shipping conferences, role, liner shipping, containers, exempting from Competition Act provisions, amending Shipping Conferences Exemption Act, 1496-7(26:1210-5), 1500(26:1235), 1502-3(26:1245-50), 1505(26:1305-10), 1506(26:1315), 1507-8(26:1325), 1509(26:1335-40), 1659(28:1635), 3894(59:1630-5), 3898(59:1655), 3899(59:1700-5)
    >>Technological change factors, 1495(26:1205)
    >>Vessel registration, 1503(26:1250)
    >>See also Boats; Canada Shipping Act, 2001 (Bill C-14); Canadian Coast Guard; Cruise ships; Great Lakes-St. Lawrence waterway; National Marine Day; National security--Shipping approaching port; Shipbuilding industry; Transportation Appeal Tribunal of Canada--Jurisdiction