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Oak Ridges Moraine

    >>Environmental role, protection from development, 84(4:1205)
    >>>S.O. 31, 2302-3(37:1415), 3306-7(51:1355)

OAS see Organization of American States (OAS)

Oaths of Office (Pro Forma)(Bill C-1)--Prime Minister (Chrétien)

Oberlander, Helmut

    >>Nazi war criminal, deporting, o.q., 1456(25:1130)

Oberon submarines see Canadian Armed Forces--Submarines

Obesity see Health; Health care system

Obhrai, Deepak (CA--Calgary East)

O'Brien, Lawrence (Lib.--Labrador; Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of Fisheries and Oceans until August 31, 2001)

    >>Aboriginal fishing rights, 2495-6(38:1940), 4134(63:1905)
    >>>o.q., 1456(25:1125)
    >>Aquaculture, o.q., 1462(25:1200)
    >>Atlantic Technology Centre, S.O. 31, 3608(55:1110-5)
    >>Canada-Costa Rica Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act (Bill C-32), 5703-5(88:1000-20), 5730(88:1305)
    >>Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute, 5282-3(80:1855)
    >>Children, petitions, 4413(68:1605)
    >>Curling, S.O. 31, 3476(53:1405)
    >>Fisheries, 4133(63:1900)
    >>>M. (Caccia), 851(16:1155-200)
    >>Fishers, o.q., 4354(67:1440)
    >>Forest industry, o.q., 8829(141:1455)
    >>Fraser River, 11629-30(189:1855-900)
    >>Information Technology Week, S.O. 31, 3608(55:1110)
    >>Marine environment, o.q., 7565(119:1450)
    >>National Aboriginal Youth Conference, S.O. 31, 6725(105:1405)
    >>National Down's Syndrome Awareness Week, S.O. 31, 6878(108:1100)
    >>Newfoundland and Labrador, M. (Tobin), 6697-8(105:1015-25)
    >>Procedure, divisions, recorded, 1939(32:1750)
    >>Registerd education savings plans (RESPs), S.O. 31, 8995(144:1440)
    >>Search and rescue, 1359-60(23:1830)
    >>Shrimping industry, 2494(38:1935)
    >>>o.q., 1456(25:1130)
    >>Turbot, o.q., 4909-10(76:1455)

O'Brien, Pat (Lib.--London--Fanshawe; Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of International Trade)

Observance of Two Minutes of Silence on Remembrance Day Act (Bill C-297)--Kenney

    >>First reading, 1653(28:1555-600)
    >>Second reading, 9441-7(153:1105-50)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 9447(153:1150)
    >>See also Remembrance Day--Two minutes of silence

Observatoire québécoise de la mondialisation see Globalization, global economy/marketplace

Observatories see Astronomy--Research

Occidental Petroleum Corporation, see Wascana Energy Inc.

Occupational health and safety

    >>>Gross negligence, corporate and individual liability, murder, amending Criminal code, Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee recommendations, etc., 350(8:1505-10), 1169(21:1510), 3326(51:1540-5), 3866-7(59:1335), 5367-75(82:1730-825), 7186-94(112:1730-825)
    >>>>o.q., 3258(50:1145), 3797-8(58:1440), 9030(145:1500), 11046(180:1425)
    >>>>Petitions, 10039(162:1220)
    >>>>Private members' motion, passed, not implemented, 8692(139:1145)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 153-4(5:1105-10), 3737(57:1405-10), 11375(185:1415), 11489(187:1105)
    >>>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.--criminal liability of corporations, directors and officers)(Bill C-242); Criminal Code (amdt.--offences by corporations, directors and officers)(Bill C-284); Westray Mine disaster
    >>>See also National Day of Mourning
    >>Defibrillators, requiring in federal work places, public buildings, 12043(197:1515)
    >>>Lester B. Pearson International Airport (Toronto, ON) example, 12043(197:1515)
    >>>See also Canada Labour Code (amdt.--defibrillators in the work place)(Bill C-471)
    >>Pregnant or nursing mothers, protecting from hazards, preventive withdrawal, etc., 3352(52:1010), 6994-7001(110:1255-350), 10755(174:1905)
    >>>Public Service collective agreement, including in, o.q., 7216(113:1155)
    >>>Quebec legislation, comparison/relationship
    >>>>o.q., 11048(180:1435-40)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 7673(121:1405)
    >>>S.O. 31, 3250(50:1105), 3389(52:1410)
    >>>See also Canada Labour Code (amdt.)(Bill C-340)
    >>Regulation programs, necessity, 5043(77:2035)
    >>Stress, workplace/family life burden, 10750(174:1835)
    >>Trading partners, S.O. 31, 3307(51:1355-400)
    >>See also Asbestos industry--Chrysotile asbestos; Marine transportation--Labour factors; National Quality Month--Canada's Healthy Workplace Week; North American Occupational Safety and Health Week; Workers compensation

Occupational Therapy Week

    >>Awareness campaign, S.O. 31, 6615(103:1100)

Ocean Ranger

    >>Mobil Oil drilling rig (Hibernia well), February 15, 1982 sinking, search and rescue helicopters, 1431(24:1720)


    >>Sustainable management, development
    >>>Government measures, o.q., 12352(201:1150)
    >>>Throne Speech statement, 14(2:1530)

Oceans Act see Fisheries and Oceans Standing Committee--Reports, First--Reports, Fourth

Oceans Day

October crisis

    >>War Measures Act invocation, New Democratic Party opposition, 6247(95:2135), 11419(186:1030), 11963(195:1620)
    >>See also Public safety--Ministerial powers; National security--Military security zones/controlled access military zones; Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting, Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36); United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Canadian response, War Measures Act

OECD see Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

Off Limits: How Radical Environmentalists are Shutting Down Canada's National Parks see National parks--Ecological integrity, Fraser Institute

Office for Taxpayers Rights see Taxpayers Bill of Rights--Creating

Office of Critical Infrastructure Protection and Emergency Preparedness

    >>Budget 2001 funds, $600 million, 8149(129:1730)
    >>See also Foot and mouth disease--Outbreak; Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting

Office of Rural Health see Health care system--Rural and remote areas

Office supplies see Canada Customs and Revenue Agency (CCRA)

Officers of Parliament see Parliament; Terrorism/terrorists--Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36)

Officership 2020 Program see Canadian Armed Forces--Officers, Professional development

Official Debates of the House of Commons see Hansard

Official development assistance see Foreign aid

Official language minority communities see Official languages policy/bilingualism; Official Languages Standing Joint Committee--Reports, Eighth

Official Languages Act see Air Canada; Canada Post Corporation; Embassies and consulates--Foreign missions in Canada; House of Commons; NAV CANADA--Hiring policy; Regulations

Official Languages Act (amdt.--provision of bilingual services)(Bill C-286)--Pankiw

    >>First reading, 1330(23:1510)
    >>See also Official languages policy (Bilingualism)--Bilingual services

Official Languages Commissioner see Commissioner of Official Languages

Official languages policy (Bilingualism)

    >>Bilingual services, restricting, Official Languages Act (amdt.--provision of bilingual services)(Bill C-286), condemning
    >>>Pankiw, personal attacks, condemning, S.O. 31, 2698(42:1400)
    >>>S.O. 31, 1714-5(29:1405-10), 1766(30:1110), 2221(36:1405), 11122(181:1400)
    >>Canadian Alliance policy, divisive, S.O. 31, 11987(196:1110)
    >>Federal government services in either language, 85(4:1210), 315-6(7:1555)
    >>French immersion programs, Canadian Parents for French, promoting, Coquitlam, BC., originating in western Canada, S.O. 31, 4473(69:1415)
    >>Government commitment, reaffirming, Throne Speech statement, 16(2:1530), 315-6(7:1555)
    >>Importance, necessity, Liberal government (Chrétien), position, 20(2:1610)
    >>Linguistic minorities
    >>>Alternative service delivery arrangements, Treasury Board announcing, impact, o.q., 9027(145:1445)
    >>>see also Exchange programs--Youth
    >>Moore, position, 6787(106:1715)
    >>National Research Institute on Linguistic Minorities, Université de Moncton, establishment, o.q., 8922(143:1440)
    >>New Brunswick, official languages legislation, renewing, S.O. 31, 12952(210:1405)
    >>Official language minority communities
    >>>$24 million allocation, Human Resources Development Department
    >>>>o.q., 9832(159:1455)
    >>>>qu., 11058-9(180:1540)
    >>>Quebec, anglophone community, rights
    >>>>o.q., 11995(196:1150)
    >>>>Other provinces, comparison, o.q., 13003-4(211:1150)
    >>>Francophone Youth and Community Futures, $3.5 million initiative, o.q., 11880-1(194:1440)
    >>>o.q., 31(3:1435-40)
    >>>Sustaining, abandoning, Throne Speech statement, 20(2:1605), 56(3:1725), 12623-4(204:1630)
    >>Program spending, $100 million reduction over 10 years, 50% personnel reduction, government re-investing, o.q., 4173-4(64:1435-40)
    >>Quebec, bilingual designated areas, criterion, language spoken at home, Official Languages Commissioner Dyane Adams, court intervention request, Intergovernmental Affairs minister Dion, position, o.q., 4171-3(64:1420-35)
    >>Restoring, Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dion statement, 12307(200:2000)
    >>See also Air Canada; Air Nova--Bilingual services; Airports; Canada Foundation for Sustainable Development Technology; Francophones outside Quebec; Government on-line services (Internet); House of Commons proceedings--Broadcasting; Income tax--Returns; National capital region; Official Languages Act (amdt.--provision of bilingual services)(Bill C-286) Ottawa, ON; Public Service--Management; Sports--Amateur sports, Francophone athletes; Summer Work Student Exchange program; Tay River--OMYA (Canada) Inc. water removal proposal; Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting, Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36)

Official Languages Standing Joint Committee

    >>Reports, presented
    >>>First, 1776(30:1200)
    >>>Second (Broadcasting and availability of the debates and proceedings of Parliament in both official languages), 3492(53:1530)
    >>>>Concurrence, M. (St. Hilaire), 4405-6(68:1510-5), agreed to, 4406(68:1515)
    >>>Third (Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages), 4435(69:1005)
    >>>Fourth (Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages), 4435(69:1005)
    >>>Fifth (Study of official languages on Air Canada (interim)), 4046(77:1010)
    >>>Sixth (The Broadcasting and Availability of the Debates and Proceedings of Parliament in both Official Languages), 5599(86:1510)
    >>>Seventh (Air Canada: Good intentions are not enought!, official languages policy), government response requested, 9064(146:1010)
    >>>>Dissenting report, by unanimous consent, 9064-5(146:1010-5)
    >>>Eighth (Official Language Minority Communities), 10540(171:1025)
    >>>Ninth (Vote 35), 10843(176:1500)
    >>>Tenth (Official Languages Commissioner budget), 10843(176:1500)
    >>>Eleventh (Official Languages Act public awareness campaign), 10843(176:1500)
    >>>Twelfth (The Justice System and Official Language Communities), 12722(206:1205)
    >>See also Hockey Night in Canada--National Hockey League games, Radio Canada officials; Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee--Reports, Fifth--Reports, Eighth

Official Opposition

    >>Canadian Alliance failing in role, depending on Progressive Conservative, New Democratic and Bloc Québécois members to oppose government policies and programs, 1093(20:1030)
    >>See also Senate; Stornoway

Official Residences Act see Prime Minister's Residence--24 Sussex Drive

Official Secrets Act

    >>Updating, renaming Security of Information Act, 6166(95:1025)
    >>See also Access to information--Restrictions; Anti-Terrorism Act (Bill C-36); Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting, Intelligence

Offshore drilling see Marine conservation areas--Oil and gas leases; Oil and gas industry passim

Offshore supply industry see Shipbuilding industry--Trade agreement with European Free Trade Association (EFTA)

Oil and gas industry

    >>Alaskan reserves
    >>>United States President Bush, opening, effects, 269(7:1100)
    >>>See also Caribou--Porcupine caribou herd
    >>Alberta, rights, 3545(54:1220)
    >>Atlantic provinces, offshore
    >>>Hibernia, 3125(47:2235)
    >>>>Government investment, 8029(127:1405)
    >>>>>Selling, 8097(129:1120), 8237(131:1345)
    >>>>See also Wind energy--Gaspé region, QC
    >>>Pipeline, second, constructing, 3112(47:2110)
    >>>Provinces regulating, providing infrastructure, 3097(47:1930)
    >>>Revenues, clawback see Equalization payments--Clawback of offshore oil and gas revenues
    >>>Sable Island projects, 3125(47:2235)
    >>>See also Hibernia project; Oil and gas industry--Cape Breton coast exploration--Newfoundland--Nova Scotia; Sable Offshore Energy Project
    >>British Columbia, offshore, potential, 3098-9(47:1945), 7286-7(112:1735-40), 12247(200:1245)
    >>>Moratorium on exploration, lifting, 1501(26:1240), 3125(47:2235-40)
    >>>>o.q., 10454-5(169:1425)
    >>Cape Breton coast exploration, fisheries impact, Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board and National energy Board (NEB) powers, etc., 863(16:1320)
    >>>Petitions, 2623(41:1505)
    >>Come By Chance refinery, NF
    >>>Security, lack, S.O. 31, 6762(106:1415)
    >>>See also Oil and gas industry--Competition
    >>>Come By Chance refinery, Competition Bureau restrictions, lifting, 322(7:1635)
    >>>Lack, 322(7:1635)
    >>>>Competition Act, amending, 814-5(15:1050-5)
    >>>>See also Gasoline prices
    >>>See also Competition--Tied selling
    >>Corporate income tax
    >>>Reduction despite record profits, 320-1(7:1630)
    >>>See also Corporate income tax--Reduction, Mining and oil and gas industries excluded
    >>Crisis of 1973, impact, smaller automobiles, etc., 892(16:1630)
    >>Economic benefits, 8463(134:1710)
    >>Employment role, 898(16:1710)
    >>Enhanced oil recovery methods, greenhouse gas emissions reduction role, 852(16:1205)
    >>Environmental impact, 893(16:1635)
    >>Exports to United States, 7287(112:1740)
    >>>Alberta government preventing transportation from north to United States through Alberta, federal jurisdiction factor, o.q., 4526(70:1125)
    >>>Bunker fuel, air pollution impact, 3106(47:2035)
    >>>See also Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute--Expiry of agreement, Energy exports/free trade agreement; Energy--Exports to United States; Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)--Reducing, United States position; Oil sands--Exports to United States
    >>Foreign tax credit, 2872(44:1600)
    >>>See also Income Tax Amendments Act, 2000 (Bill C-22)
    >>Government funding see Alternative energy--Green energy development; Wind energy--Gaspé region, QC
    >>Government subsidies, 12089(198:1240)
    >>Great Lakes drilling
    >>>Michigan Governor Engler proposal, o.q., 3569(54:1440)
    >>>United States energy plan, relationship, o.q., 4220(65:1120)
    >>Income tax
    >>>Benefits, 8464(134:1715)
    >>>See also Oil and gas industry--Corporate income tax--Foreign tax credit--Tax surtax
    >>Newfoundland, developing, success, 3549(54:1250)
    >>Northern Canada pipeline from high Arctic, 8180(130:1520-5)
    >>>See also Mackenzie Valley Pipeline
    >>Northwest Territories exploration, $1 billion, including Mackenzie Delta, Sahtu region, Liard area, 367(8:1700)
    >>Nova Scotia, economic development role, S.O. 31, 12388(202:1405)
    >>Ombudsman, establishing, 4535(70:1205)
    >>>See also Oil and Gas Ombudsman Act (Bill C-350)
    >>Petroleum supplies, 3110(47:2055)
    >>Price fixing, 8023(127:1320), 8024(127:1325)
    >>Profits, 815(15:1050), 3160(48:1600), 3164(48:1630)
    >>>S.O. 31, 1099(20:1110)
    >>>See also Gasoline prices--Oil industry profits--Reducing
    >>Safety measures, Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board, Canada-Newfoundland Offshore Petroleum Board, environmental assessments, 7288(114:1745)
    >>Tax surtax, establishing, alternative energy development role, o.q., 1044-5(19:1440)
    >>See also Alberta--Market economy; Caribou--Porcupine caribou herd; Davie Industries Inc./MIL Davie Inc.--Drilling platform contract; EnCana Corporation; Energy--Security of energy systems and infrastructure; Export Development Corporation (EDC)--Brazil; Forests; Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)--Reducing, Canada ratifying protocol--Reducing, Oil and gas industry position; Gulf Canada Resources Limited; Liberal Party--Donations; Marine conservation areas; Natural gas; Nova Scotia Resources Limited; Ocean Ranger; Petro-Canada

Oil and Gas Ombudsman Act (Bill C-359)--Harb

    >>First reading, 4535(70:1205)
    >>See also Oil and gas industry--Ombudsman

Oil Museum of Canada

    >>Oil Springs, ON, S.O. 31, 8165(130:1400)

Oil prices

    >>Environmental costs factor, etc., 835(15:1245), 902(16:1740)
    >>Forecasts of 1970s, $100 a barrel, 3169(48:1700)
    >>Increases, 3160(48:1600)
    >>>Businesses, impact, 513(11:1235)
    >>>Saskatchewan government benefits, 3170(48:1700)
    >>See also Gasoline prices; Heating oil

Oil revenues see Sudan--Civil war

Oil sands

    >>Air pollution impact, greenhouse gas emissions, contribution to, 3158(48:1550)
    >>>David Suzuki Foundation report, etc., 3106(47:2030)
    >>>>o.q., 4526(70:1120-5)
    >>>See also Oil sands--Shell Canada Limited and Suncor Energy Inc. projects
    >>Athabasca constituency, investments, $30/35 billion, 3095(47:1915)
    >>>Costs, 3158(48:1550), 3160(48:1605)
    >>>Government role, research, 3164(48:1625-30)
    >>>New technologies, 868(16:1355)
    >>Employment, northern residents
    >>>Flying in from remote communities, 3130(47:2310)
    >>>La Cloche, SK road, Dene constructing portion, Alberta not fulfilling agreement, 3130(47:2310)
    >>Environmental implications, 3108(47:2045)
    >>Exports to United States,
    >>>Chrétien, Prime Minister, remarks in United States, o.q., 7681(121:1450)
    >>>Greenhouse gas emissions factor, etc.
    >>>>Environmental assessment, requiring, o.q., 3212-3(49:1425)
    >>>>Prime Minister Chrétien remarks re United States President Bush knowledge, S.O. 31, 2962(46:1410)
    >>>>Replacing more carbon intensive fuels, Canada receiving credits under Kyoto protocol, o.q., 3482-3(53:1435-40)
    >>>>United States rejection of Kyoto protocol, relationship, 3106(47:2030-5)
    >>Production costs
    >>>Alternative energy, comparison, 3105-6(47:2030), 3107(47:2040)
    >>>Per barrel, 3166(47:2035), 3164(48:1625)
    >>Reserves, 100/200 years, etc., 3107(47:2040), 3155(48:1530), 3164(48:1625)
    >>Shell Canada Limited and Suncor Energy Inc. projects
    >>>Greenhouse gas emissions, qu., 3939-40(60:1220)
    >>>Income tax provisions, tax expenditures, qu., 3353-4(52:1015)
    >>Subsidies, tax incentives, 3105-6(47:2030), 3107(47:2040)
    >>Syncrude Canada Ltd. project, environmental implications, 3122(47:2220)
    >>See also Petro-Canada--Canadian orientation

Oil spills

    >>>Increases, o.q., 9197(148:1440), 10600(172:1130)
    >>>Philippine ship, $125,000 fine, o.q., 9197(148:1440)
    >>Newfoundland coast, diesel fuel, April 2002, o.q., 10600(172:1130)
    >>Nova Scotia coast, birds, impact, o.q., 9197(148:1440)
    >>Prevention and response, 1498-9(26:1225)
    >>>See also Canada Shipping Act, 2001 (Bill C-14)
    >>Seabirds, impact, deaths, o.q., 10600(172:1130)
    >>Shipowners liability, 1113(20:1225), 1118(20:1305), 1119-20(20:1310-20), 3604(55:1050), 3810-1(58:1555), 3814-5(58:1615-25)
    >>>Brussels convention, 1119(20:1315)
    >>>Extending to other forms of pollution, 1114(20:1240)
    >>>Fishery losses, impact on fishers, etc., 1119(20:1315)
    >>>Insurance requirements, 3602-3(55:1040)
    >>>International agreements, relationship, 3810(58:1555)
    >>>International oil pollution compensation fund, 1119(20:1315), 3810(58:1555)
    >>>Ship-source oil pollution fund, indexing, energy component, etc., 1119-20(20:1315-20), 3814-5(58:1620-5), 3822-3(58:1720-5)
    >>>>Nunavut--Land claims agreement of 1993
    >>>See also Marine Liability Act (Bill S-2)
    >>Surveillance, inadequate, o.q., 10600(172:1130)
    >>See also Marine transportation--Pilotage

Oil Springs, ON see Oil Museum of Canada

Oilseed producers see Farm income crisis--Grain

Ojibway industrial site see Windsor, ON

Oka, QC see Aboriginal self-government--Kanesatake Mohawks

Oklahoma see National sex offender registry--Registering, Failure


    >>33rd annual Kitchener-Waterloo, ON festival, celebrating, S.O. 31, 5972(92:1405)

Old age security

    >>10 year residency requirement, abolishing, petitions, 1655(28:1610)
    >>Actuarial forecast, S.O. 31, 12953(210:1410)
    >>Benefits, increase, women requiring, 82(4:1150)
    >>Indexing, lack, 4492(69:1600)
    >>See also Government expenditures--Quebec constituencies; Program for Older Worker Adjustment (POWA); Registered Retirement Savings Plans (RRSPs)--Epp proposal; Senior citizens--Pension income

Old Age Security Act (amdt.)(Bill C-449)--Gagnon, M.

Old Wendake see Historic/heritage buildings, sites and monuments

Older workers

    >>Government programs, federal-provincial co-operation, etc.
    >>>Nova Scotia, o.q., 12778(207:1455)
    >>>o.q., 10934(178:1435)
    >>Job losses, government programs, assistance, lack, 2328-9(37:1705-10), 6818(107:1215), 8143(129:1645)
    >>>Transition programs, employment insurance surplus, use, 7111-2(111:1645), 7114-5(111:1705)
    >>>>o.q., 7964-5(126:1450)
    >>See also Air Canada--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Layoffs; Employment insurance; Fruit of the Loom Canada Inc.; Noranda Inc.--Gaspé copper smelter; Program for Older Worker Adjustment (POWA)

Oldman River

    >>Sunpine Forest Products Ltd. bridge proposal, environmental assessment process, 4057(62:1305)

Olga see Fisheries--Atlantic stocks--Grand Banks nose and tail

Oligopsony see Competition--Dominant position

Oliver, BC see Salmon, Pacific

Oliver, Craig

    >>Political journalist, Canadian Association of Broadcasters 2001 gold ribbon award for broadcast excellence, S.O. 31, 6760(106:1405)

Olsen, Hon. Bud

    >>Former Member of Parliament, Senator, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 8914(143:1400)

Olson and Olson see Government contracts--Canadian Heritage Department

Olympic Aid see Children--Early childhood development, Sport

Olympic and paralympic games, 2008 summer games

    >>Beijing, China, bid, human rights abuse, factor, S.O. 31, 4166-7(64:1400)
    >>Toronto, ON bid, government support
    >>>International Olympic Committee evaluation commission report, o.q., 4077(62:1455)
    >>>o.q., 1600(27:1455-500)
    >>>S.O. 31, 1712(29:1355)

Olympic athletes see Sports

Olympics see Jelinek, Otto

Olympics, 2002 Winter Games (Salt Lake City, United States)

    >>Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, coverage, congratulating, S.O. 31, 9252(149:1400), 9291(150:1405)
    >>Canadian team
    >>>>S.O. 31, 8591(137:1110), 8863(142:1110), 8864(142:1110), 8915(143:1400), 8989(144:1405), 9094-5(146:1405-10), 9139(147:1105), 9189-92(148:1355-410)
    >>>>Statement by Minister (Chrétien), 9201-2(148:1500-10)
    >>>>Men, Kevin Martin rink, silver medal winners, S.O. 31, 9189(148:1355)
    >>>>Women, Kelly Law rink, bronze medal winners, S.O. 31, 9198(148:1355)
    >>>Figure skating, Jamie Sale and David Pelletier, gold medal, controversy, S.O. 31, 8915(143:1400)
    >>>Government financial support, o.q., 8871-2(142:1155)
    >>>>Iginla, Jarome, black Canadian, first hockey gold medalist, S.O. 31, 9191(148:1405)
    >>>>Kellar, Becky, Burlington, ON, tribute, S.O. 31, 9538(154:1410)
    >>>>MacInnis, Al, Cape Breton, NS, tribute, S.O. 31, 9291-2(150:1405)
    >>>>Men, gold medal winners, congratulating
    >>>>>o.q., 9192(148:1415)
    >>>>>S.O. 31, 9189-91(148:1355-405)
    >>>>St-Pierre, Kim, Châteauguay, QC, tribute, S.O. 31, 9292(150:1410)
    >>>>Women, gold medal winners, congratulating, S.O. 31, 9137(147:1100), 9139-40(147:1105-10), 9189(148:1355), 9191(148:1405)
    >>>Laval, QC, connection, S.O. 31, 9292(150:1405)
    >>>Medalists, congratulating, S.O. 31, 8917(143:1410-5), 9094(146:1400)
    >>>Quebec team members, congratulations, S.O. 31, 8752(140:1410)
    >>>Red Deer, AB, connection, S.O. 31, 9190(148:1400)
    >>>Rehorick, Sally, chef de mission, tribute, S.O. 31, 9251(149:1355)
    >>>>Freestyle skiing, Veronica Brenner, Deidra Dionne, medal winners, S.O. 31, 9093(146:1400), 9190(148:1405)
    >>>>Roy, Jean-Philippe, Sainte-Flavie, QC., S.O. 31, 8821(141:1410)
    >>>Speed skating
    >>>>5000 meter men's short track relay team, gold medal winners, S.O. 31, 9090(148:1400), 9255(149:1410)
    >>>>Gagnon, Marc, gold medals, bronze medal, S.O. 31, 9190(148:1400)
    >>>>Guilmette, Jonathan, sivler medal, S.O. 31, 9190(148:1405)
    >>>>Hughes, Clara, bronze medal, summer and winter Olympics' medallist, S.O. 31, 9189(148:1400)
    >>>>Klassen, Cindy, bronze medal, S.O. 31, 8915(143:1405)
    >>>>Kraus, Alana, Abbotsford, BC, representing, bronze medal, S.O. 31, 7605(120:1410), 9360(151:1410)
    >>>>LeMay Doan, Catriona, gold medal, S.O. 31, 8916(143:1405)
    >>>>Tremblay, Francois-Louis, Boucherville, QC., team member, S.O. 31, 8591(137:1110), 9253(149:1410)
    >>>St. Albert constituency, connection, S.O. 31, 9192(148:1415)
    >>>Women team members, tribute, S.O. 31, 9358-9(151:1400)
    >>>See also Canadian Olympic/paralympic team
    >>Opening ceremonies, Sadie Buck, aboriginal singer, role, S.O. 31, 9019(145:1400)
    >>See also Canadian flag--Desecration/destruction; Sports--Amateur sport, Government funding increase

Olympics, 2010 winter games

    >>Vancouver-Whistler, BC, bid
    >>>Government funding
    >>>>Budget 2001 measure, 8081(128:1645)
    >>>>>Federal-provincial governments, announcement, S.O. 31, 12767(207:1405)
    >>>>>S.O. 31, 8119(129:1400)
    >>>Status, o.q., 6377(98:1200)

Ombudsmen see Canadian Banking Ombudsman; Credit ombudsman; Export Development Corporation (EDC); Indian bands/reserves--Financial management/accountability; Oil and gas industry

Omnibus bills see Legislation

OMYA (Canada) Inc. see Tay River

One China policy see Canada-Taiwan relations

One Post Road see Housing--Rental housing, Affordable

O'Neill, Paul see United States

Onex Corporation see Air Canada--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks

Online credit insurance see Export Development Corporation (EDC)--Credit insurance


    >>Budget deficit increase under New Democratic Party government, 12241(200:1205)
    >>Economic prosperity, tax reductions, etc., 8135(129:1545)
    >>Eves, Ernie, Premier
    >>>Swearing-in, etc., S.O. 31, 10384(168:1405)
    >>>See also Ontario--Provincial by-elections
    >>Former Members of Provincial Parliament see Henderson, Lorne
    >>Harris, Mike, Premier
    >>>Retirement announcement, tributes, S.O. 31, 6192(95:1400), 6251(96:1405), 10026(162:1100)
    >>>See also United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Ontario government response
    >>Municipal amalgamation see Municipal amalgamation
    >>Progressive Conservative government (Harris) see Drinking water contamination--Walkerton, ON; Economic growth--Ontario; Municipal amalgamation--Ottawa, ON; Municipalities--Ontario; Tax reductions--Ontario
    >>Provincial by-elections, Dufferin--Peel--Wellington--Grey, Premier Ernie Eves victory, S.O. 31, 11168(182:1105)
    >>Provincial debt, reduction, meagre, 8353(133:1735-40), 8354(133:1745)
    >>Provincial government tax cuts, impact, etc., 8353(133:1730-5), 9487(153:1720), 12246(200:1245)
    >>SuperBuild, advertising, 9455(153:1345)
    >>See also particular subjects

Ontario Agriculture Federation see Farm income crisis--$500 million

Ontario Agriculture Hall of Fame see Shaver, Donald McQueen

Ontario Budget 2001 (May 10, 2001)

    >>Tax/deficit reduction measures, S.O. 31, 3924(60:1100-5)
    >>See also Highways and roads--Ontario, Ottawa, ON; Private schools

Ontario Court of Appeal see Elections--Political parties

Ontario Dairy Discovery

    >>Holstein and Jersey cattle show, Stratford, ON, April 11 and 12, 2002, S.O. 31, 10231(165:1400)

Ontario Farm Federation see Cruelty to animals--Legislation (Bill C-15), Groups concerned

Ontario Federation of Agriculture see Cruelty to animals--Legislation (Bill C-15), Groups concerned; Farm income crisis

Ontario Hydro see Hydro One; Ontario Power Generation Inc.

Ontario legislature internship program see Parliamentary Internship Program

Ontario Lieutenant-Governor's Awards for the Arts see Arts and culture

Ontario Marketing Awards see Burlington Economic Development Council

Ontario Municipal Elections Act see Minna--References, Voting

Ontario Power Generation Inc.

    >>>Debt factor, 12083(198:1145)
    >>>Federal government position, o.q., 10836(176:1430)
    >>>Greenhouse gas emissions reduction, Kyoto protocol, relationship, o.q., 10836(176:1430)
    >>>See also Nuclear energy
    >>See also Nuclear energy; Nuclear waste--Waste management organization, Members, Hydro-Québec

Ontario Privacy Commissioner see Canada Customs and Revenue Agency--International letters and parcels

Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (OSPCA) see Adopt a Dog Month

Ontario Technical Skills Design Competition

    >>Anderson High School, Peter Miljanovic, Neil Hunt, website design, gold medal winners, 4521-2(70:1100)

Ontario Wine Awards

    >>Staff, Sue-Ann, Winemaker of the Year, S.O. 31, 12668(205:1400)

OPEC see Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)

Open border see Border, Canada-United States--Security, Trade

Open pit lead mine see Faro, YT

Open skies project

    >>Bloc Québécois position, 5424(83:1035)

Opera see Canada Opera Festival 2002

"Operation Apollo" see United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--United States response, Canadian Armed Forces participation

"Operation Candyman" see Child pornography--Internet access/distribution

"Operation Enduring Freedom" see United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--United States response

Operation Green Sweep see Marijuana--Cultivation

"Operation Infinite Justice" see United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--United States response

"Operation Protective Wall" see Middle East conflict--West Bank

Operation Unity see Quebec separation/sovereignty--Referendum (1995)

Opposition days see Supply days

Opposition parties


Option Canada see Quebec separation/sovereignty--Referendum (1995), Operation Unity

Oral Question Period see House of Commons proceedings

Orangeville, ON see Disabled and handicapped persons--EVERYkidspark

Orchard, David see Economic sovereignty

Order in Council appointments

Order in council powers

    >>Liberal government (Chrétien), use, increasing, 7326(115:1325)

Order of Canada

    >>Recipients, Quebecers, congratulating, S.O. 31, 6366(98:1100)
    >>See also Baird, Dr. Patricia; Coutts, Jim; Danby, Ken; Dyck, Howard; English, John; Gillham, Robert WHancox, William; Lamoureux, Jake; Needles, William; Ritcey, Ralph; Russell, Gordon; Singh, T. Sher; Stewart, Dr. Irwin

Order Paper questions see House of Commons proceedings--Questions on the Order Paper; Procedure--Questions on the Order Paper

Ordre de la Pléiade

    >>Francophonie order, Clarkson, Right Hon. Adrienne (Governor General), recipient, S.O. 31, 215(6:1400)

Ordre des francophones d'Amérique see Francophones outside Quebec--French language

O'Reilly, John (Lib.--Haliburton--Victoria--Brock; Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of National Defence)

Organ Donation Act (Bill C-443)--Wasylycia-Leis

    >>First reading, 10540-1(171:1025)
    >>See also Organ donations/transplants--National registry

Organ donations/transplants

    >>DeGrace, Yannick, accidental death, organ donation to six recipients, S.O. 31, 10714(174:1400)
    >>Demand increase, limited availability, impact, o.q., 10602(172:1140)
    >>Kidney transplant, father to son donation, Roger and Marc Gauthier, tribute, S.O. 31, 8752(140:1405)
    >>Marcello, George, liver transplant recipient, Canada 769 Day Walk, tribute, S.O. 31, 10876(177:1100), 12099(198:1405)
    >>National council on organ donations and transplants, establishment, o.q., 4529(70:1135)
    >>National registry, establishing, 3207(49:1400), 3210(49:1410), 10540-1(171:1025)
    >>>S.O. 31, 6365(98:1100), 8545(136:1405)
    >>>See also Organ Donation Act (Bill C-443)
    >>Need, S.O. 31, 10831(176:1355), 10834(176:1410)
    >>Rate, increase/improvement, national strategy, $20 million government funding, o.q., 2968(46:1440)
    >>Research chairs, establishing, Canadian Institutes of Health Research and Wyeth-Ayers Canada Inc. announcement, S.O. 31, 11294(184:1400)
    >>Transplantable organs, shortage, purchasing abroad, o.q., 4528-9(70:1135)
    >>See also National Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness Week

Organic crops/industry

Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) see Biological and chemical weapons/terrorism--Emergency measures; Corporate income tax--International comparison; École Polymécanique de Laval; Economic growth--International comparison; Economy/economic conditions; Education; Environment; Environment and Sustainable Development Standing Committee--Travel; Export Development Corporation (EDC); Gross Domestic Product (GDP)--Growth per capita; Health care funding; Income tax agreements, conventions and treaties--Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) model--Tax havens; Internet--High speed/broadband, Government/private sector role; Money laundering; Productivity; Research and development--Government expenditures; Social programs--Expenditures; Standard of living--Declining; Tax havens--Investment dealers accounts; Taxation--Anti-tax competition

Organization of American States (OAS)

    >>Anniversary, celebrating, 2341(37:1830)
    >>Democracy, commitment, Canada, joining, reason, 2359-60(37:2035-40), 2362(37:2055), 2365-6(37:2115-20)
    >>See also Inter-American Democratic Charter; Terrorism/terrorists, combatting