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McNaughton, Ashley

    >>Junior Team Canada delegate, economic mission to Mexico, S.O. 31, 7492(118:1400)

McTaggert, David

    >>Greenpeace International founder, death, tributes, S.O. 31, 2221(36:1405), 2302(37:1410)

McTeague, Dan (Lib.--Pickering--Ajax--Uxbridge)

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

McWatters Mining Inc.

McWhinney, Ted

    >>Former Member of Parliament, Vancouver Quadra constituency, replacement, 410(9:1315)

McWilliams, Peter see Marijuana--Medical use, Examples

MD Robotics

    >>Technology Partnerships Canada $3.9 million investment, S.O. 31, 3870(59:1400)
    >>See also International Space Station--Mobile base station/rail system

Meal costs see Construction industry--Work camps

Measured Steps see Canadian Landmine Fund--1999-2000 annual report

Meat see Food safety/inspection system; Viandes du Breton

Mechanics

Medal of Bravery

    >>Recipients, congratulating, S.O. 31, 8001(127:1100)
    >>See also Cusson, Matthieu; Devlin, Jason; Dueckman, Helmut; Gignac, Louis; Hoefel, Karl David; Johnston, Robert Douglas; MacLeod, John and Mary-Rose; Major, Mark; McCutcheon, Sergeant Earl; Merlin, Gary; Nicholson, Constable David; Rutt, Senior Constable Curtis; Sauvé, Constable Robert; Weaver, Corporal Ross

Medals see Awards, decorations, medals; International year of Volunteers--Fredericton constituency; Medal of Bravery; Veterans' medals; Victoria Cross

Médécins du Monde Canada

    >>Humanitarian efforts, Iran/Afghanistan
    >>>Fundraising event "Chasons d'espoir", S.O. 31, 6252(96:1410)
    >>>S.O. 31, 5973-4(92:1410)

Médecins Sans Frontières see Drugs and pharmaceuticals--Patent protection

Medeiros-Marin family see Gala Défi 2001--Quebec

Media

    >>Canadian broadcast system
    >>>Canadian Heritage Standing Committee, 18 month study, scope, wide-ranging, mandate, etc.
    >>>>o.q., 3879(59:1445), 3929-30(60:1130), 10721(174:1440), 12839(208:1425)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 3871(59:1405)
    >>>Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, policy review, panel membership, o.q., 1594(27:1425)
    >>Corporate concentration, dangers, government measures, need, 321(7:1630), 8054-5(128:1350), 9386(151:1655-700)
    >>>Democracy threatened, public inquiry, notable Canadians demanding, o.q., 10721(174:1440), 12839(208:1425)
    >>>Freedom of speech, infringing, CanWest Global Communications editorial control
    >>>>Canadian Association of Journalists inquiry, requesting, o.q., 9149(147:1155)
    >>>>Canadian Broadcasting Corporation technicians lock-out, examples, S.O. 31, 8167(130:1410)
    >>>>Mills, Russel, Ottawa Citizen publisher
    >>>>>Carleton University, honorary doctorate, presenting, S.O. 31, 12768(207:1405)
    >>>>>Firing
    >>>>>>o.q., 12770(207:1420), 12771-2(207:1425), 12838-9(208:1420-5), 12839(208:1425)
    >>>>>>S.O. 31, 12835(208:1405), 12875(209:1410)
    >>>>o.q., 1521(26:1440)
    >>>Journalistic independence, government measures, renowned journalists, requesting, o.q., 12264(200:1440), 12607(204:1440)
    >>>Review, panel of experts, announcing
    >>>>Membership/mandate, Members of Parliament, input, o.q., 1595(27:1425)
    >>>>o.q., 1521(26:1440)
    >>>Television, print media, exchange of information, Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, licensing regulations, strengthening, S.O. 31, 3049(47:1410)
    >>English media, racist excess toward Quebec, Maryse Potvin, researcher, study, S.O. 31, 7760(123:1410)
    >>Video programming, closed-caption broadcasting, mandatory requirement, 1871(33:1015)
    >>See also Budget 2001; Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute--Expiry of agreement, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Department media briefing; Canadian Armed Force--Recruiting crisis; Canwest Global Communications; Foot and mouth disease--Preventing; G-20 countries--Non-governmental organizations; Justice system--Updating; Members of Parliament--Salaries; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Canadian response, Chrétien

Media IDA Vision see Government advertising; Government contracts--Groupaction Marketing Inc., Report on government visibility--Groupe Everest

Mediation see Environmental assessment

Medical devices

    >>Disposable see Health care system

Medical Equipment Fund see Health care system--Diagnostic and medical equipment

Medical expense see Disabled and handicapped persons--Income tax provisions; Herbal remedies--Income tax deduction

Medical expense tax credit see Disabled and handicapped persons--Income tax provisions, Home construction or renovations

Medical procedures see Bone marrow transplants

Medical Radiation Technology Week

    >>November 5-9, recognition, S.O. 31, 6584(102:1400)

Medical research see Census--Post 1901 records, Use

Medical school see Education, post-secondary; Health care providers

MedicAlert Month

    >>Canadian MedicAlert Foundation designating, public awareness campaign, etc., S.O. 31, 3873(59:1415), 11664(190:1400)

Medicare

    >>Saskatchewan, introduction, doctors' strike, 40th anniversary, then Premier Woodrow Lloyd role, tribute, S.O. 31, 11167(182:1105) see Drugs and pharmaceuticals; Health care system

Medicine Hat constituency see Species at risk (endangered species)--Legislation; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Canadian response

MedMira Laboratories see Biotechnology industry

Meech Lake see Gatineau Park--Sparks property

Meech Lake Agreement see Senate--Reform

Meeùs, Father Joseph

    >>50th anniversary of priesthood, celebrating, S.O. 31, 9192(148:1415)

Melvin, Craig see Saskatchewan School Trustees Association--Nikolegsin

MEM see Multilateral Evaluation Mechanism (MEM)

Member of Parliament for a Day contest see Auger, Christopher; Beltran, Melinda-Sue; Renaud, Jean-Sébastien

Members of Parliament

    >>Absence from House, 3470(52:2245)
    >>>Government Members, 2547-8(40:1025)
    >>>>Epp remarks, 10477(169:1700)
    >>Accountability, 2057-8(33:2555-305)
    >>>Directly responsible to constituents, 917(17:1040)
    >>>Proportional representation system, impact, 976(17:1655-700)
    >>Allowances see Members of Parliament--Salaries and allowances
    >>Background, members born in other countries, 10060(163:1115)
    >>Behaviour, self-discipline, exercising, 3466-7(52:2225)
    >>Bureaucracy contempt for, 2042-3(33:2115-20)
    >>Cellular telephones, use see House of Commons proceedings
    >>Certificate of election, introduction in House
    >>>Barnes, Rex (Gander--Grand Falls), 11666(190:1415)
    >>>Efford, John (Bonavista--Trinity--Conception), 11554(188:1410)
    >>>Frulla, Liza (Verdun--Saint-Hénri--Saint-Paul--Pointe Saint-Charles), 11554-5(188:1415)
    >>>Harper, Stephen (Calgary Southwest), 11555(188:1420)
    >>>Masse, Brian (Windsor West), 11555(188:1415)
    >>>Pacetti, Massimo (Saint-Léonard--Saint-Michel), 11555(188:1415)
    >>>Simard, Raymond (Saint Boniface), 11555(188:1420)
    >>Chinese terra cotta warrior statues, value, "great in House of Commons. You could just get them up to vote", Prime Minister Chrétien comment, insulting, 1059(19:1610), 1150-1(21:1320), 1999(33:1625)
    >>>o.q., 607-8(12:1500)
    >>Co-operation, all parties, 1740(29:1650)
    >>>See also Human Resources Development and Status of Disabled Persons Standing Committee--Employment Insurance Act
    >>Code of Conduct
    >>>Background, previous measures, 10530(170:1915), 12943-4(210:1300-10)
    >>>Council of Europe, example, 444(9:1640)
    >>>Enforcement, 447(9:1655)
    >>>Establishing, 386(9:1030), 1654(28:1600), 2017(33:1820), 2038(33:2040), 2729(42:1655), 12931-2(210:1140-5), 12939(210:1230-5), 12947-8(210:1335-40)
    >>>>M. (MacKay), 1743-52(29:1715-815)
    >>>>>Dropped from Order Paper, 1752(29:1815)
    >>>>o.q., 12035(197:1430), 12188(199:1445), 12720(206:1150)
    >>>Lack, 444(9:1640), 446-7(9:1655), 455-7(9:1800-10)
    >>>Milliken-Oliver report, 1997, basis, 12931-2(210:1140-5), 12936((210:1215)
    >>>Personal privacy, entitlement, o.q., 11758-61(192:1420-40), 11834(193:1420), 11836(193:1430), 11877(194:1420)
    >>>Public trust, restoring, government failure, 564(11:1815-20)
    >>>Unwritten code, 1288(22:2020-25)
    >>>See also Cabinet Ministers--Standards/code of conduct; Parliamentarians' Code of Conduct (Bill C-299)
    >>Computer files in office, access by party officials, 5672-4(87:1545-600), 6081-2(94:1505-10)
    >>Conflict of interest guidelines, legislation, 1654(28:1600)
    >>>See also Conflict of interest; Parliamentarians' Code of Conduct (Bill C-299)
    >>Congratulating, 18(2:1550), 58(3:1745), 62(3:1810)
    >>Constituencies/constituents, representing, intervening on behalf of, Cabinet Minister's restrictions, 12300-1(200:1905-15), 12302(200:1920)
    >>Constituency allowances, Schedule 3 ridings, West Vancouver--Sunshine Coast inclusion, 1526(26:1505)
    >>>See also Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--constituency allowances)(Bill C-293)
    >>Constituency/Ottawa, time spent in each place, public expectations, 924(17:1125)
    >>Constituency "slush funds", making available to Liberal Members to distribute as Members see fit, allegations, S.O. 31, 8239-40(131:1405)
    >>Effective voice, lack, 453(9:1745), 2651(41:1820), 3452(52:2035-40)
    >>Elected
    >>>Congratulating, 281(7:1220)
    >>>Less than 50% of votes, 977(17:1700)
    >>>Personal reasons, party platform, party leader, 976(17:1655)
    >>Election, anniversary see Grey--References
    >>Employees see Robar, Linda
    >>Ethical conduct, non-partisan investigation mechanism, establishing, 414(9:1335-40)
    >>Expenditures
    >>>Individual Members' Expenditures for the Fiscal Year 2000-01, tabled, 4910(76:1500)
    >>>Individual Member's Expenditures for the Fisacl Year 2001-2002, tabled, 12354(201:1200)
    >>Family life, 2026(33:1920), 2027(33:1930)
    >>Former
    >>>Deaths, tributes, S.O. 31, 4655-6(72:1410)
    >>>>See also Blouin, Gustave; Hogan, Fr. Andy; Iftody, David; Knowles, William; Macquarrie, Sen. Heath; Olsen, Hon. Bud; Whicher, Ross MacKenzie
    >>>See also Bouchard, Hon. Lucien; Canadian flag--Desecration/destruction, Cyr; Charest, Hon. Jean; Citizenship judges--Sekora; Dubé, Jean; Fairclough, Right Hon. Ellen; Godin, Maurice; Grubel, Herb; Hart, Jim; Hillsborough constituency--Proud; Jelinek, Hon. Otto; Leblanc--References, Father; Marchi, Hon. Sergio; Matapédia--Matane constituency--Canuel; McClelland, Ian; McLaughlin, Hon. Audrey; McWhinney, Ted; Morrison, Lee; Murray, Ian; Nielsen, Hon. Erik; Riis, Nelson; Vautour, Angela
    >>Housing allowance, $3,000 increase, 1994(33:1555), 3437(52:1900)
    >>Illness, return to House, Members rising and applauding, 347(8:1450)
    >>>See also Manning--References
    >>Independence, 941(17:1315-20), 2066(33:2400), 3464-6(52:2205-20), 5958(92:1140), 5964(92:1225)
    >>>Nunziata, John, position re Goods and Services Tax (GST), 1287(22:2015), 1298(22:2135)
    >>>Proportional representative system, impact, 917(17:1045)
    >>>Voting against party line/party discipline, 943-4(17:1330-5), 3461-2(52:2145)
    >>>>Mongolia, comparison, 3462(52:2145)
    >>Integrity, Canadian Alliance attacking, 455(9:1755)
    >>Intimidation attempts by other Members, 10844-5(176:1510-25), 10849-50(176:1550)
    >>Languages spoken other than two official
    >>>Cree, 337(8:1400), 1849(31:1630), 1851(31:1640), 2059(33:2310), 5426(83:1100), 9103(146:1450), 9961-2(161:1540-5), 12790(207:1630)
    >>>Greek, 9949(161:1415)
    >>>Hebrew, 3207(49:1400)
    >>>Inuktitut, 4066(62:1400)
    >>>Italian, 1830(31:1430)
    >>>Sign language, 4405(68:1510)
    >>>Ukrainian, 6833(107:1400)
    >>>See also Bakopanos--References; Cotler--References; Goldring--References; Karetak-Lindell--References; Laliberte--References; Peschisolido--References; St-Hilaire--References
    >>Mahoney remarks, criticism, 94-5(4:1320)
    >>Marginal importance, easily replaced, Prime Minister Chrétien position, 1059(19:1605-10)
    >>Minority rights, Speaker protecting, 2017(33:1820)
    >>New members
    >>>Congratulating, 465(10:1045)
    >>>Welcomed by Governor General Clarkson, 9(2:1530)
    >>"Nobodies", 2078(33:2520)
    >>Oath of allegiance to Queen, adding oath or solemn affirmation of loyalty to Canada, 12915(210:1005)
    >>>See also Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--oath or solemn affirmation)(Bill C-480)
    >>Office budgets, increase, 1994(33:1555), 3437(52:1900)
    >>Opposition Members of Parliament, treatment, 1277-8(22:1905)
    >>Parliamentary reform see Parliamentary reform
    >>Pensions see Members of Parliament pensions
    >>Political affiliation, changing, resigning, running in by-election for new party, 229(6:1510-5), 2074(33:2455), 7723(122:1310), 7726-33(122:1330-425)
    >>>See also Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.)(Bill C-218)
    >>Powers
    >>>Tangible, lack, 964(17:1530)
    >>>See also Members of Parliament--Role
    >>Prime Minister's Office influence over government backbenchers, 96(4:1325), 1281-2(22:1935), 1293-4(22:2100), 1296(22:2120), 5957-8(92:1140-5), 11064(180:1610)
    >>>See also Ethics Counsellor--Canadian Alliance supply motion; Hepatitis C--Tainted blood recipients
    >>Public opinion, 3468(52:2235), 5954-5(92:1115), 5956(92:1125)
    >>Recall by constituents, 946(17:1345)
    >>>Canadian Alliance/Reform Party policy, application, 402(9:1220), 2057-8(33:2255-305), 12304(200:1940)
    >>Reference to by constituency name or title, non personal name, 2037(33:2035-40)
    >>Reputations, restoring, 385-6(9:1025-30), 1279(22:1915), 1287(22:2015), 3460-1(52:2135-45)
    >>Resignation, requests see Cabinet Ministers
    >>Respect for other party members, friendship, etc., 7221-2(103:1225)
    >>Responsibilities, exercising, 4190-1(64:1630-35)
    >>Return from Easter recess, Chair welcoming, 2937-8(46:1120)
    >>Role, 59(3:1745), 83(4:1200), 9759(17:1650), 1272-3(22:1820-25), 1287(22:2015), 2032(33:2005), 2042(33:2110), 2062(33:2330), 2065(33:2350-5), 2067(33:2405), 4971-2(77:1300-5), 5951(92:1045), 11388(185:1525-30)
    >>>Backbenchers effectiveness, examples, etc., 92-4(4:1300-10), 95-6(4:1320-30), 580-1(12:1210-5), 1297-8(22:2125-30), 2024(33:1910), 2317(37:1540)
    >>>Enhancing, 3463-6(52:2200-20), 3466-9(52:2220-40), 3470(52:2250), 5955(92:1115-20), 5956-7(92:1130-5), 5963(92:1215)
    >>>>Turner, John, former Liberal Prime Minister statements, 3804-5(58:1515)
    >>>Extending, 62(3:1815)
    >>>Fundamental rights, respecting, 2015(33:1805)
    >>>Increasing role and powers, 7788(123:1730)
    >>>Opposition/government member, differences, 2066(33:2400)
    >>>Outside Chamber rather than listening to speeches, 93(4:1305-10), 95(4:1320-5)
    >>>Proportional representation system, relationship, 973(17:1635)
    >>>Public service, Stanley Knowles, David Orlikow examples, 2065(33:2345-50)
    >>>Reduced in order for government to govern more effectively, 2053(33:2230)
    >>>Reflecting will and wishes of the people, 1147(21:1255), 1999-2000(33:1630-5)
    >>>Trudeau, former Prime Minister Pierre, remarks, 1287(22:2015)
    >>>Watchdog role, government preventing, 742(14:1115)
    >>Salaries and allowances
    >>>Attendance at Private Members' Business, requirement for payment, 2073(33:2445)
    >>>Canadian Alliance position, 4796(74:1535), 4797-8(74:1545-55)
    >>>Canadian Taxpayers Federation position, 3461(52:2140-5)
    >>>Comparisons
    >>>>Judges, 4794-5(74:1525-30), 4809-10(74:1705-10)
    >>>>Other occupations, 4809(74:1700-5)
    >>>Established independently, 4795(74:1530), 4789-9(74:1555), 4804(74:1635), 4808(74:1655-1700)
    >>>Increase, 4806(74:1645), 4810(74:1710), 8942(143:1700)
    >>>>Delaying vote until after summer, 4446(69:1120), 4451(69:1150), 4808(74:1655)
    >>>>o.q., 4783(74:1420)
    >>>>Retroactive to January 1, 2001, 4796(74:1535), 4810(74:1710)
    >>>>>o.q., 4660(72:1430)
    >>>Legislation, Parliament of Canada Act, Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act and Salaries Act (amdt.)(Bill C-28), timetable, "unseemly haste", 4799(74:1600), 4802-4(74:1620-30), 4808(74:1655)
    >>>Level, fair and equitable, 4794(74:1520-5), 4799(74:1555), 4805-6(74:1640), 4807(74:1655)
    >>>Media treatment, impact, 4794(74:1525), 4800-1(74:1605-10)
    >>>New Democratic Party position, 4797(74:1545)
    >>>Opting in provision, 4794(74:1525), 4796-9(74:1535-1600), 4801-3(74:1610-25), 4806(74:1640), 4807-9(74:1650-1700), 4810-1(74:1710-5)
    >>>Other countries, comparison, 4794(74:1525)
    >>>Private Members' Business debate participation, linking, 3439(52:1910)
    >>>Progressive Conservative Party position, 4800(74:1600-5)
    >>>Public perception, 4799(74:1600), 4800(74:1605), 4808-9(74:1655-1700)
    >>>Review, Commission to Review of Allowances of Parliamentarians (Lumley), 4320(67:1100), 4793(74:1515), 4794(74:1525-35), 4802(74:1620), 4807-8(74:1650-5)
    >>>>Opposition parties, position, 4793(74:1520)
    >>>Tax free allowance, 882-3(16:1510), 4795(74:1530), 4805-7(74:1635-50), 4807(74:1650)
    >>>>See also Members of Parliament Superannuation Act (amdt.)(Bill C-270)
    >>>United States, Virginia Ratifying Convention (1788), comparison, 4801-2(74:1615)
    >>>See also Cabinet Ministers--Salaries; Committees, Parliamentary--Chairs; Members of Parliament--Housing allowance; Parliamentary reform--Estimates; Prime Minister--Salary
    >>Staff, collective bargaining rights, 9303-4(150:1510)
    >>>See also Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act (amdt.--members' staff)(Bill C-435)
    >>Suspension from House, penalties, increasing, 2017(33:1820)
    >>Talents, underutilized, 446(9:1655)
    >>Training
    >>>Orientation, improving, 3468(52:2230-5)
    >>>See also Canadian Armed Force--Parliamentary Program
    >>Trips abroad
    >>>Opposition Members of Parliament, treatment, 1277(22:1905)
    >>>Paid for by foreign governments or corporations, unethical, 456(9:1800)
    >>Voting machines, public image, 2053(33:2225)
    >>Women, 2026(33:1920), 2027(33:1930)
    >>>Percentage, 965(17:1530)
    >>See also Air transportation security--Increase, Air marshals; Automobile industry--Automotive Industry Association of Canada; Borders, international--Security, Customs officers role; Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute--Expiry of agreement, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Department media briefing--Expiry of agreement, Members of Parliament role; Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada (Romanow); Committees, Parliamentary--Research assistance; Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec; Environment; Farm income crisis--Urban; Foreign Affairs and International Trade Department; Free Trade Area of the Americas passim; G-20 countries--Non-governmental organizations; Government; Government grants and contributions; Immigration--Immigrant application files; Justice system--Updating; Lobbyists; Northern Canada; Public transit--Sustainable development role; Rural/remote/natural resource communities/regions; Soccer; Summit of the Americas (April 2001, Quebec City, QC)--Exclusion of public--Liberal Party Members of Parliament non-attendance; Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting; Toronto, ON--Federal government expenditures; United States--Anti-American sentiment; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Canadian response

Members of Parliament pensions

Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act see Parliament of Canada Act, Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act and Salaries Act (amdt.)(Bill C-28)

Members of Parliament Superannuation Act (amdt.)(Bill C-270)--Gouk

    >>First reading, 882-3(16:1510)
    >>See also Members of Parliament--Allowances; Members of Parliament pensions--Discontinuing

Membertou Band Council

    >>Mikmaq historical project, learner booklet, youth initiative, S.O. 31, 1516(26:1415)

Membertou First Nation

    >>ISO certification, first native government receiving, S.O. 31, 8751-2(140:1405)

Memorial Cup see Hockey--Foreurs de Val d'Or----Ottawa 67's--Red Deer Devils

Memory cards see Recording media--Tax on blank media

Men with Brooms see Films

Ménard, Réal (BQ--Hochelaga--Maisonneuve)

Meningitis

    >>Immunization against, public awareness, S.O. 31, 2907(45:1105)

Mennonite Church of Canada see Mennonite community

Mennonite community

    >>Contributions, history, 4557-61(71:1105-30)
    >>>See also Incorporation of the Conference of Mennonites in Canada Act (amdt.)(Bill S-25)
    >>Mennonite Church of Canada, name change from Mennonite Conference of Canada, 4557-61(71:1105-30)
    >>>See also Incorporation of the Conference of Mennonites in Canada Act (amdt.)(Bill S-25)

Mennonite Conference of Canada see Mennonite community--Mennonite Church of Canada

Mental disability see Disabled and handicapped persons--Income tax provisions, Housekeeping tax credit

Mental disorders see Criminal Code

Mental health

    >>Depression, costs, etc., S.O. 31, 11373(185:1405)
    >>"En espadrilles pour la santé mentale", Fondation Pierre-Janet fundraiser, S.O. 31, 3559(54:1400)
    >>Knowledge-based economy, increased demands, relationship, o.q., 11839(193:1450)
    >>Promotion, federal government efforts, strengthening, Throne Speech commitment, 13(2:1530)
    >>Research and treatment, encouraging, government measures, o.q., 11839(193:1450)
    >>See also Demers, Percy

Mental Health Week

Mental Illness Awareness Week

Mentorship see Entrepreneurs/entrepreneurship--Young entrepreneurs

Merchant marines/seamen

    >>Merchant Navy Veterans Day, September 3, establishing, 4625-6(72:1005)
    >>World War II service, loss of lives, 10064(163:1135-40)
    >>World War II veterans, equal treatment, retroactive benefits, compensation
    >>>300 late applicants, 6972(110:1010-5)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 6072(94:1415)
    >>>Final instalment
    >>>>o.q., 699(13:1500)
    >>>>qu., 3996(61:1510)
    >>>Full payments, delays, date payment to be made, etc., 270(7:1110), 272(7:1120), 2500(39:1015)
    >>>>o.q., 878(16:1445), 3217(49:1445), 3571-2(54:1500), 3666(56:1450)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 26(3:1410)
    >>>Further funds required, o.q., 1831(31:1440)
    >>See also Remembrance Day (November 11)--Canadian Armed Forces

Merchant Navy Veterans Day Act (Bill C-374)--Bonwick

    >>First reading, 4625-6(72:1005)
    >>See also Merchant marines/seamen

Mercier constituency

    >>Lalonde, commitment, 150(5:1050)

Mercosur

    >>Free trade agreement see Mexico--Free trade agreements

Mercury pollution

    >>English and Wabigoon Rivers, Grassy Narrows and White Dog First Nations, health effects, etc., 4062-3(62:1340)
    >>Tainted fish see Food safety/inspection system--Fish
    >>See also Electricity--Coal fired power plants

Meredith, Val (CA--South Surrey--White Rock--Langley; PC/DRCoalition--South Surrey--White Rock--Langley as of September 13, 2001; Ind.--South Surrey--White Rock--Langley as of April 10, 2002; CA--South Surrey--White Rock--Langley as of April 16, 2002)

Mergers see Corporate mergers

Mérite Stallaris Gala

    >>Charlesbourg--Chauveau Chamber of Commerce, small and medium business awards, S.O. 31, 11985(196:1100)

Meritorious Service Cross see Hadfield

Merlin, Gary

    >>Medal of Bravery, recipient, congratulating, S.O. 31, 7957-8(126:1410)

Merrifield, Rob (CA--Yellowhead)

Merritt, BC see Discrimination and racism

MERX system see Government aircraft--VIP executive jet fleet; Government on-line services (Internet)

Metalclad Corporation

Meteorological Service of Canada

    >>Anniversary, 130th, S.O. 31, 6473(100:1400)

Methamphetamine abuse

Methane gas see Greenhouse gas emissions

Methanex Corporation see Gasoline--MTBE

Methyl cyclo pentadienyl manganese tricarbonyl (MMT) see Gasoline--MMT

Methyl tertiary-butyl ether (MTBE) see Gasoline--MTBE

Métis

    >>Hunting, fishing rights, government programs, unfair, S.O. 31, 1155(21:1400)
    >>See also Aboriginal peoples--Métis and non-status Indians

Metro Non-Profit Housing Association see Homelessness

Metrostar Gala

    >>Quebec television personality awards, recipients, congratulating, S.O. 31, 9749(158:1400-5)

Mexico

    >>Fox, Vicente, President see Drugs/narcotics--Legalization; Foreign aid--Development fund for poor economies in the Americas; Free Trade Area of the Americas--Fast tracking--Mexico
    >>Free trade agreements with North America, European Union (EU), Mercosur, 2846(44:1330)
    >>See also Automobile industry; Border, Canada-United States--Security, Canada-United States agreement; Currency--Single currency; Defence equipment--Helicopters; Energy; Export Development Corporation (EDC); Foreign investment/ownership; Free Trade Area of the Americas--Countries involved--Socioeconomic inequalities fund; Globalization, global economy/marketplace; McNaughton, Ashley; Metalclad Corporation--North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA); North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA); Potato industry--Exports; Trade--Mexico--United States-Mexico; Trucking industry--Extraprovincial motor carriers

Miami FL see Au Dragon Forge; Summit of the Americas (April 2001, Quebec City, QC)--Previous summits