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Pacetti, Massimo (Lib.--Saint-Léonard--Saint-Michel; elected in by-election May 13, 2002)

    >>Biotechnology industry, o.q., 12395(202:1440)
    >>References, introduction in House, 11555(188:1415)

Pacific salmon see Salmon, Pacific

Pacificador, Rudy see Immigration--Sklarzyk family

Packaging and labelling see Agricultural products--Labelling; Dairy industry--Dairy products; Genetically modified organisms (GMOs)--Labelling; Pesticides

Pages see House of Commons pages; Procedure

Pagtakhan, Hon. Rey (Lib.--Winnipeg North--St. Paul; Secretary of State (Asia-Pacific) until January 15, 2002; Minister of Veterans Affairs as of January 15, 2002; Minister of Veterans Affairs and Secretary of State (Science, Research and Development) as of May 26, 2002)

    >>Afghanistan, 6646(104:1225-30), 6653(104:1330)
    >>>o.q., 4353(67:1440)
    >>Afghanistan of Tomorrow Conference, o.q., 7448(117:1440)
    >>Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Group (APEC), o.q., 7097-8(111:1500)
    >>Canada-Pakistan relations, o.q., 2228-9(36:1445)
    >>Canadian Armed Forces, o.q., 9148(147:1155)
    >>Canadian Landmine Fund, report, tabled, 2081(34:1005)
    >>Export Development Act (amdt.)(Bill C-31), 6707(105:1140)
    >>Foreign aid, M. on supply (Tremblay, Stéphan), 6645-7(104:1225-35), 6653-4(104:1330)
    >>India, o.q., 1984-5(33:1500)
    >>Infrastructure Canada Program, o.q., 4988(77:1440)
    >>International agreements, conventions and treaties, list, tabled, 2081(34:1005-10)
    >>International Space Station, o.q., 12267(200:1455)
    >>Nortel Networks Corporation, o.q., 4097-8(63:1440)
    >>Pagtakhan, references, 8297(133:1105)
    >>Pakistan, 6646(104:1230)
    >>Pest Control Products Act (Bill C-53), 12198(199:1550)
    >>Privilege, Bailey (language, inappropriate/improper), 8297(133:1105)
    >>Procedure
    >>>Divisions, 8031(127:1415)
    >>>Documents, tabling, 2081(34:1005)
    >>Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, 10121(164:1005)
    >>References, Bailey comments concerning fitness to be Minister of Veterans Affairs, 8297(133:1105), 8306(133:1210)
    >>Research and development, o.q., 12106(198:1435)
    >>Skilled trades and technology workforce, o.q., 12106(198:1435)
    >>Southeast Asia, 6646(104:1230)
    >>Sri Lanka, o.q., 2622(41:1455)
    >>Terrorism/terrorists, o.q., 6594(102:1455)
    >>Trade, o.q., 160(5:1140), 2972(46:1500), 3397-8(52:1450), 4097-8(63:1440)
    >>University research, o.q., 12106(198:1435)
    >>Veterans, o.q., 8828-9(141:1450), 11302(184:1440), 12191(199:1505), 12775(207:1445)
    >>Veterans' benefits/pensions, o.q., 8643(138:1440), 9369(151:1455), 9662(156:1500), 13004(211:1155)
    >>Veterans' medals, o.q., 9368(151:1450), 9468(153:1455)
    >>World Trade Organization (WTO), 6654(104:1330)
    >>>o.q., 5295(81:1500)
    >>World War I, statement by Minister (Pagtakhan), 10121-2(164:1005)
    >>World War II, o.q., 12038(197:1430)

Paint ball players/operators

    >>Criminal designation, Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15) provisions, firearm definition and velocity of projectile, 3648(56:1300-5), 3651(56:1325-30), 3652(56:1340), 3655(56:1355)
    >>>o.q., 3395-6(52:1440-5)

Pakistan

    >>Canadians, evacuation, Canadian embassy assistance
    >>>Fast, Dr. Raymond, o.q., 5253(80:1445-50)
    >>>o.q., 5344(82:1425)
    >>Foreign aid, 6681(104:1640)
    >>>Debt, $447 million, converting to assistance, 6646(104:1230), 6650(104:1305)
    >>>>o.q., 6079(94:1450), 6080(94:1500)
    >>Sanctions against, Canada lifting, o.q., 5870(90:1455)
    >>>Nuclear policies, relationship, o.q., 6026(93:1140-5)
    >>See also Afghanistan--Refugees; Canada-Pakistan relations; CANDU reactors--Export sales; Foreign policy--India-Pakistan relations; India-Pakistan relations; Kashmir; Pearl, Daniel; Terrorism/terrorists--Al-Kadr--Combatting

Palais des congrès de Montréal

    >>Expansion, federal funding, refusal, 4465-6(69:1330)

Palestine House see United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Islamic community

Palestinian Authority

    >>Involvement in shipment of 50 tonnes of weapons and explosives to terrorists
    >>>Canadian financial assistance to, withdrawal, o.q., 8825(141:1435)
    >>>Direct evidence, reconsideration of Canadian diplomatic relations with, o.q., 8328(133:1440)
    >>Palestinian coast guard, $250,000 Canadian International Development Agency funding, o.q., 8716(139:1440)
    >>See also Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting

Palestinians see Middle East peace process; Terrorism/terrorists--Suicide bombings

Palliative care

    >>End of life care, quality, funding and training
    >>>Improving, 3696(56:1815)
    >>>Petitions, 2624(41:1505), 4714(73:1520)
    >>Facilities, Carpenter Hospice, Burlington, ON, etc., 12595(203:2240)
    >>Homecare and pharmacare for the dying
    >>>Federal-provincial funding, petition, 538(11:1510), 1527(26:1510)
    >>>Senate report, government action, o.q., 1644(28:1450-5)
    >>Homecare, pharmacare, long term illnesses, providing, 5036-7(77:1950)
    >>Resources devoted to, increase, S.O. 31, 3139(48:1400)
    >>See also Children--Illness; Maison Mathieu-Forment-Savoie; National Palliative Care Week

Pallister, Brian (CA--Portage--Lisgar)

Palmer, Jim

PALS see Primary Automated Lookout System (PALS)

Pan-American export trade fair see Americontact 2001

Pan-American Taekwondo Championships 2001

    >>Canadian competitors, not attending, United States, September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, effects, S.O. 31, 5339-40(82:1400)

Pankiw, Jim (CA--Saskatoon--Humboldt; PC/DR Coalition--Saskatoon--Humboldt as of September 13, 2001; Ind.--Saskatoon--Humboldt as of April 10, 2002)

Pannucio, Saro see Caring Canadians Award

Papineau, Louis-Joseph see Historic/heritage buildings, sites and monuments--Manoir Papineau

Paquette, Pierre (BQ--Joliette)

Paquette, Cpl Rene see Canadian Armed Forces--Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, Afghanistan mission

Para Transpo

    >>Ottawa, ON public transit service for disabled and handicapped persons, strike, impact, settling, etc.
    >>>o.q., 3664(56:1440), 3991(61:1445), 4073-4(62:1440)
    >>>S.O. 31, 2905(45:1100), 3478(53:1410)

Paradis, Hon. Denis (Lib.--Brome--Missisquoi; ParliamentarySecretary to Minister of Foreign Affairs until August 31, 2001; Secretary of State (Latin America and Africa)(Francophonie) as of January 15, 2002)

    >>Agriculture, S.O. 31, 1589(27:1400)
    >>Air Canada, S.O. 31, 337(8:1400)
    >>Antarctica, qu., 2919-20(45:1205)
    >>Besré, Jean, S.O. 31, 1713(29:1400)
    >>Border, Canada-United States, o.q., 4515(79:1455)
    >>Brome Lake duck, S.O. 31, 6517(101:1400)
    >>Brome--Missisquoi constituency, S.O. 31, 2530(39:1400)
    >>Campbell River co-generation electric power plant, 2263(36:1850-5)
    >>Canada-Slovak Republic Social Security Agreement, S.O. 31, 4581(71:1405)
    >>Champlain, Samuel de, S.O. 31, 598(12:1410), 1155(21:1355-400)
    >>Defence equipment, qu., 3012(47:1000)
    >>Embassies and consulates, o.q., 11010(179:1450)
    >>Fisheries, o.q., 4402(68:1455)
    >>Foreign investment/ownership, 3380(52:1315)
    >>Francophonie, o.q., 8925(143:1455)
    >>Free Trade Area of the Americas, 3380-2(52:1320-5)
    >>>o.q., 2912(45:1135)
    >>General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS), 3381(52:1320-5)
    >>General Motors of Canada Limited, M. on supply (Guay), 10827(176:1330)
    >>Highways and roads, S.O. 31, 7896(125:1415)
    >>HIV/AIDS, o.q., 11129(181:1440)
    >>Impaired driving, o.q., 224(6:1445)
    >>International Year of Volunteers, S.O. 31, 8281(132:1100)
    >>Iraq
    >>>M. (Robinson), 3906-7(59:1745-55)
    >>>o.q., 1046(19:1445-50)
    >>Lefebvre, Gilles, S.O. 31, 4265(66:1405-10)
    >>Liberia, o.q., 12607(204:1440)
    >>Madagascar, o.q., 9588(155:1500)
    >>Middle East conflict, o.q., 4589(71:1445)
    >>Middle East peace process, o.q., 1047-8(19:1455-500), 3991(61:1450), 4589(71:1445)
    >>Nigeria, o.q., 9026(145:1440), 9199(148:1450)
    >>North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), 3380-1(52:1320-5)
    >>Nuclear waste, o.q., 4350-1(67:1425)
    >>Peru, o.q., 12959(210:1440)
    >>Procedure, supply motions, 3381(52:1325)
    >>References see Francophonie--Democratic regimes; Regional development--International day
    >>Refugees, o.q., 4271(66:1440)
    >>Regional development, S.O. 31, 2698(42:1400), 4656(72:1410)
    >>Remembrance Day (November 11), S.O. 31, 7206(113:1100)
    >>Saar Gummi Automotive Group, S.O. 31, 7442(117:1405)
    >>Saudi Arabia, o.q., 226(6:1450-5), 4266-7(66:1415), 4351(67:1430)
    >>Senior citizens, S.O. 31, 5860(90:1400)
    >>Special Economic Measures Act, o.q., 4950(77:1030)
    >>Sudan, o.q., 4949-50(77:1030), 9758(158:1455)
    >>Summer Work Student Exchange program, S.O. 31, 6760(106:1405)
    >>Summit of the Americas (April 2001, Quebec City, QC), 3382(52:1330)
    >>>o.q., 1161(21:1425), 1163(21:1435), 1243(22:1430), 2913(45:1135), 3059(47:1455)
    >>>S.O. 31, 4089(63:1400)
    >>Summit of the Americas Peoples Summit (April 2001, Quebec City, QC), o.q., 2912-3(45:1130)
    >>Trade agreements, M. on supply (McDonough), 3379-82(52:1315-30)
    >>Volunteers, S.O. 31, 3790(58:1405)
    >>Water exports, o.q., 2561(40:1145), 3796(58:1430-5)
    >>World Trade Organization (WTO), 3380(52:1315)
    >>Youth Criminal Justice Act (Bill C-7), 2238-40(36:1540-55)
    >>Youth Internship Canada, S.O. 31, 7829(124:1355)
    >>Youth justice system, 2238-40(36:1540-55)
    >>Zimbabwe, o.q., 9888-9(160:1455)

Paradise Institute, The see Venice Biennale International Art Exhibition

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

    >>Canadian team, medal winners, congratulating
    >>>S.O. 31, 9407(152:1100), 9457-8(153:1400-5), 9536(154:1400), 9651(156:1400), 9653(156:1410), 9700-1(157:1100)
    >>>Statement by minister (Chrétien), 9759-61(158:1500-10)
    >>>Wirz, Kasper, cross country skiing/biathalon coach, tribute, S.O. 31, 10452(169:1410)
    >>>See also Canadian Olympic/paralympic team

Paramedics see Barnes, Rex--References

Paramilitary death squads see Colombia

Parc des Laurentides see Highways and roads--Quebec

Parc Downsview Park Inc.

    >>Access to Information Act, provisions, application, o.q., 7834-5(124:1430)
    >>Canada Lands Company subsidiary, development of former CFB Toronto (Downsview), $100 million expenditure, parliamentary approval lacking, 4929-33(76:1710-40), 5022-3(77:1830-5), 8210(131:1025), 12160(198:2130)
    >>Genco, Tony, interim President and CEO, appointment, former senior advisor to National Defence Minister Eggleton
    >>>o.q., 10359(167:1155)
    >>>S.O. 31, 10349(167:1100)

Pardons see Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC)--Individuals; Latimer, Robert--Murder

Parental benefits see Employment insurance--Maternity/parental benefits

Parental leave

Parental responsibility see Children--Discipline

Parental rights see Children--Discipline

Parenting see Divorce--Child custody, Joint/shared parenting

Paris, France see Environment and Sustainable Development Standing Committee--Travel

Parizeau, Jacques see Multilateral Agreement on Investment (MAI); North American Free Trade Agreement--Investor-state dispute settlement provisions

Park, Ji-Won see Immigration

Park, Won Pil see Immigration--Deportation

Park Inns Canada Ltd. see Auberge Grand-Mère--Funding controversy, Grand-Mère golf course

Parkdale--High Park constituency

    >>Economic and cultural diversity, 8458(134:1640)
    >>See also see Budget 2001--Pre-budget consultations; International Women's Day

Parker, Justice W.D. see Auberge Grand-Mère--Funding controversy, Independent inquiry

Parkinson's Disease Awareness Month

    >>April, public awareness campaign, research fund raising, etc., S.O. 31, 2769(43:1400), 10759(175:1405)

Parks see Cité du Havre Park; Leamy Lake Park; Marine conservation areas; National parks; Park Downsview Park Inc.; Phyllis Rawlinson Park; Provincial parks; Serpent Mounds Park

Parks, Allan see Royal Canadian Legion

Parks Canada Agency

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Canadian Heritage Department
    >>See also Marine conservation areas; National parks; Riding Mountain National Park--Spruce trees

Parliament

    >>37th Parl., 1st Sess.,
    >>>Liberals, Bloc Québécois, fighting, Canadian Alliance calm, peaceful, 21(2:1615)
    >>>Opening
    >>>>Letter from Governor General, read by Speaker, 7(1:1610)
    >>>>Message from Deputy to Governor General, delivered by Usher of the Black Rod, 1:(1:1110)
    >>Address to joint sitting see United Kingdom--Blair
    >>Anti-democratic, irrelevant, partisan, public perception, 58-9(3:1745), 1264(22:1725), 1271-2(22:1815-20), 1274(22:1835-40), 1304(22:2215-20)
    >>Courts/judiciary, powers, relationship, 98(4:1340), 20077(33:2515)
    >>Culture of institution, importance, 2023(33:1900)
    >>Democracy, restoring, 446(9:1650), 1094(20:1040)
    >>Democratic institution, 2032-3(33:2005-15)
    >>Effectiveness
    >>>Members interacting with other Members, impact, 2077(33:2515)
    >>>Other parliamentary bodies, comparison, 2069(33:2415-20)
    >>>Public questioning, 2016(33:1815), 2053(33:2225)
    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main--2002-2003, Main
    >>Evolution, historical background, 1303(22:2210)
    >>Executive role, importance, increasing, 5951(92:1040)
    >>Functionality, 3452(52:2035-40)
    >>>Chrétien, Prime Minister, impact, 5958(92:1140-5)
    >>>Modernization and Improvement of the Procedures of the House of Commons Special Committee report, recommendations, impact, 5957(92:1135)
    >>Future, viability, 2046(33:2140)
    >>Lack of respect, Liberal government (Chrétien) attitude, 2034(33:2020-5)
    >>Modernization, 2007(33:1715)
    >>Officers of Parliament
    >>>Annual reports, referral to and consideration by Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee, 5948(92:1020)
    >>>Arms length relationship, full independence, 2048(33:2155)
    >>>Appointment
    >>>>Democratic, 973-4(17:1640)
    >>>>Ratification, non-debatable, votable motion, 5947-8(92:1015-20), 5955(92:1120)
    >>>Committee review, Canadian Alliance proposal, 1261(22:1700), 2068(33:2410)
    >>>Reports, binding, proposal, 1277(22:1905)
    >>Opposition
    >>>Emasculating, Liberal government (Chrétien) attempting, 933(17:1220), 1304(22:2215), 1305-7(22:2225-35)
    >>>Role, 1291-2(22:2045), 1299-1301(22:2140-55), 2066(33:2400), 5951(92:1040-5)
    >>Partisanship, reducing, 2078(33:2515)
    >>"Pizza Parliament", 1994(33:1555-600)
    >>Political parties, role, 2066(33:2400)
    >>Power
    >>>Abdicated, diverted trade agreements, relationship, 97-8(4:1340)
    >>>Irrelevant, impact of government legislation, S.O. 31, 7443(117:1415)
    >>>Redistribution, 2015(33:1810)
    >>>Restoring, 2044(33:2125-30), 2048(33:2150-5)
    >>>Shifting to executive, expediting issues, 2020(33:1840), 2046(33:2140)
    >>>Transferred from elected Members to unelected officials in Prime Minister's Office/Privy Council Office, 934(17:1230), 1274(22:1840), 1307(22:2235), 2031(33:2000), 2047(33:2150), 2042(33:2115), 2043-4(33:2120-5), 2067(33:2405)
    >>>>Backbenchers' bill of rights, 2048(33:2150)
    >>>>Contempt of Parliament Day, D. Mills proposal, 2042-3(33:2115-20)
    >>Public confidence, lack, 2012-3(33:1755), 2015(33:1810)
    >>Reforming, 2007(33:1715)
    >>Relevance, 1294-5(22:2105-10), 2016(33:1815), 2024(33:1905), 6433(99:1610)
    >>>Restoring, 2013(33:1800)
    >>Role, 1144(21:1230)
    >>>Auditor General (Desautel) remarks, 1282(22:1935-40)
    >>>Chrétien, Primer Minister, neutering, silencing, etc., 12275(200:1555), 12299(200:1900)
    >>>Strengthening, 2002(33:1645)
    >>Rubber stamp for Liberal policies, 1999(33:1625)
    >>Sitting, costs, 1273(22:1830)
    >>>Day position, statements as Alberta Treasurer, comparison, o.q., 3792(58:1415)
    >>>See also Legislative process--Report stage, Abuses
    >>"Talking shop", "de facto electoral college for executive", 2078(33:2520)
    >>Traditions, outdated and outmoded, 2037(33:2035)
    >>See also Air transportation security--Increase, Canada Air Transport Security Authority; Budget 2000 Mini Budget; Budget surplus--Allocation; Canada-Costa Rica Free Trade Agreement--Negotiations; Canada Foundation for Sustainable Development Technology--Board of directors; Export Development Corporation (EDC); Financial Consumer Agency of Canada; Foundations--Auditor General's concerns; Free trade--Central American countries; Free Trade Area of the Americas; Government expenditures; Government finances; International agreements, conventions and treaties; National missile defence system--Establishing; North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)--Progressive Conservative government (Mulroney) role; North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)--Expansion; Public safety--Legislation, Public Safety Act, 2002 (Bill C-55); Strategic Infrastructure Foundation; Trade agreements--Negotations, Transparency--Parliament approving final agreements; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--United Nations Security Council Resolution 1373 (2001); User fees--Federal government departments and agencies; Virtual Parliament

Parliament Buildings

    >>Air conditioning services, shutdown, fire in heating and cooling plant, 11873(194:1405), 11879(194:1430)
    >>>Restoration, 11915(195:1005)
    >>>See also House of Commons proceedings
    >>Building project, Committee Rooms, Senators' offices, $221 million construction costs, etc., o.q., 10308(166:1440)
    >>Foreign substance discovered, potential health and safety hazard, contingency/emergency plans, etc., 6085-6(94:1535)
    >>>See also Anthrax
    >>National treasure, restoration plans, o.q., 6376(98:1155)
    >>Renovations, status, 12172-3(198:2310)
    >>Reorientation, redesigning as circle, symbol of unity, 2060(33:2320)
    >>See also Asbestos industry--Chrysotile asbestos; Canadian map; Cedarbrae Collegiate Institute--Students; National capital; Parliamentary Buildings Advisory Council; Peace Tower (Parliament Buildings); St. Lawrence School

Parliament Hill

    >>Canada Day celebrations, cancellation, G-8 Summit, relationship, o.q., 12261-2(200:1425)
    >>Pearson, Right Hon. Lester B., statue, erecting, M-16 (Boudria) (2nd Sess., 33rd Parl.), 3439-40(52:1910-5)
    >>Security, response to United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, 5827(89:2150), 6241(95:2040), 8159(129:1845)
    >>>Tourist access, etc., r.o., 10608(172:1205)
    >>See also Farm income crisis--Farmers, Protests; Homelessness; Police and Peace Officer National Memorial; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Canadian response; Van Hee, Fr. Tony

Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.)(Bill C-218)--Stoffer

    >>First reading, 229(6:1510-5)
    >>Second reading, 7726-33(122:1330-425)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 7734(122:1430)
    >>See also Members of Parliament--Political affiliation

Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--constituency allowances)(Bill C-293)--Reynolds

    >>First reading, 1526(26:1505)
    >>See also Members of Parliament--Constituency allowances

Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--oath or solemn affirmation)(Bill C-480)--Bellemare

    >>First reading, 12915(210:1005)
    >>See also Members of Parliament--Oath of allegiance

Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--Parliamentary Poet Laureate)(Bill S-10)--Jennings--Thibeault

    >>First reading, 538(11:1510)
    >>Second reading, 3080-7(47:1750-835)
    >>Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, 3087(47:1835)
    >>>Reported, with an amendment, 5090(78:1505)
    >>Report stage, concurrence, agreed to, on division, 6348(97:1730)
    >>Third reading, 6348-55(97:1735-825), 7992-3(126:1825-40), agreed to, on recorded division, 8130-1(129:1500-15), passed.
    >>>Dropped to bottom of order of precedence on Order Paper, 6355(97:1830)
    >>Royal Assent, 8295(132A:1705). Chap. 36, S.C. 2001
    >>See also Parliamentary Poet Laureate; Terrorism--Combatting, Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36)

Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--recognized political parties)(Bill C-273)--Pankiw

    >>First reading, 1010(18:1510-5)
    >>See also House of Commons--Official party status

Parliament of Canada Act and Canada Elections Act (amdt.--fixed election dates)(Bill C-421)--Pankiw

    >>First reading, 8178(130:1515)
    >>See also Elections--Fixed date

Parliament of Canada Act, Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act and Salaries Act (amdt.)(Bill C-28)--Leader of the Government in the House of Commons (Boudria)

Parliamentarians' Code of Conduct (Bill C-299)--McDonough

    >>First reading, 1653-4(28:1600)
    >>See also Ethics Counsellor; Members of Parliament--Code of Conduct--Conflict of interest regulations

Parliamentarians for Global Action see Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting

Parliamentary Buildings Advisory Council

    >>Report, The Hill: Past, Present, Future, and working document A Legacy for Future Generations: The Long Term Vision and Plan for the Parliamentary Precinct, tabled, 3525(54:1000)

Parliamentary calendar

    >>Friday sittings, reform, 1259(22:1650)
    >>Sitting days, reducing, 3470(52:2245)
    >>See also House of Commons proceedings; Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee--Reports, Sixteenth

Parliamentary Confederation of the Americas

    >>Pavon Jaramillo, Laura, first women president, tribute, S.O. 31, 11986(196:1105)

Parliamentary Conference of the Americas see Free Trade Area of the Americas--Interparliamentary forum

Parliamentary delegations

    >>Reports, tabling, Thailand, visit, 8647(138:1500)

Parliamentary democracy

    >>Accountability and responsibility, cornerstones, 8604(137:1230)

Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act see Canada Labour Code, Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act and Public Service Staff Relations Act (amdt.--prohibited provision in a collective agreement)(Bill C-375); Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act (amdt.--members' staff)(Bill C-435)

Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act (amdt.--members' staff)(Bill C-435)--McDonough

    >>First reading, 9303-4(150:1510)
    >>See also Members of Parliament--Staff

Parliamentary institutions

    >>Public confidence, restoring, 388(9:1045)

Parliamentary Internship Program

    >>Ontario legislature internship program, exchange, S.O. 31, 7895(125:1410)

Parliamentary Poet Laureate

    >>Position, establishing, 538(11:1510), 3080-7(47:1750-835), 6348-55(97:1735-825), 7992-3(126:1825-40)
    >>>Funds better used elsewhere, 8219(131:1125)
    >>>Official languages policy/bilingualism, respecting, 12623(204:1620-5)
    >>>S.O. 31, 8239(131:1400)
    >>>See also Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--Parliamentary Poet Laureate)(Bill S-10)

Parliamentary precinct

    >>Security see Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee--Reports, Sixty-seventh
    >>Speaker authority, extent, 10844-5(176:1515-25)

Parliamentary privilege

    >>Erosion, 2026(33:1925)
    >>Extending to include work in committees, 2026(33:1925)

Parliamentary reform

    >>Accountability, increasing, 62-6(3:1815-35)
    >>Alcock, Bennett, article, 62(3:1815), 1281(22:1935)
    >>All party commitment, 66(3:1835)
    >>Bélanger, position, 462-3(10:1030)
    >>Bloc Québécois commitment, 66(3:1835)
    >>Canadian Alliance commitment, proposals, 66(3:1835), 126(1635), 128-30(4:1650-700), 435(9:1535-40), 946(17:1345), 1258-61(22:1645-705), 5948(92:1020)
    >>>Building Trust, 387(9:1040), 5954(92:1115)
    >>>Constitutional change requirement, Government House Leader Boudria statement, 129(4:1655), 387(9:1040)
    >>Continuous quality improvement (CQI) or total quality management (TQM), comparison, 2022(33:1855)
    >>Efficiency, importance, 63(3:1820)
    >>Estimates, consideration, 3443-7(52:1935-2000), 3459-60(52:2130), 6804(107:1025), 8183(130:1550)
    >>>Committees of the Whole House, open debates, accountable, 63-5(3:1820-30)
    >>>>Estimates committee, establishing, 3443-7(52:1935-), 5044(77:2045)
    >>>>>Members, payment, 3446(52:2000), 3449-50(52:2020)
    >>>>Re-establishing, 64(3:1825)
    >>>Future year expenditures, identifying, improving process, 1995(33:1605), 5043(77:2040)
    >>>Government spending, controlling, thorough examinations, 62-4(3:1815-25)
    >>>Improving, 3462(52:2150), 7790(123:1740)
    >>>Individual committees, unaccountable, 63-5(3:1820-30)
    >>>Progressive Conservative government (Mulroney), unaccountable. 65(3:1830)
    >>>Progressive Conservative Party/Democratic Representatives Caucus Coalition policy paper, release, S.O. 31, 8754(140:1415)
    >>>Supply committee, establishing, 5044(77:2040)
    >>>>Televising debates, 64(3:1825)
    >>Evolutionary process, 2022-3(33:1900)
    >>Free/freer votes, 62(3:1815), 126(4:1635), 129-30(4:1655-705), 318(7:1615), 320(7:1625), 357(8:1550), 499(10:1400-5)
    >>>Canadian Alliance proposal, 1260(22:1700)
    >>>o.q., 109(4:1440)
    >>>Turner, Right Hon. John, former Liberal Prime Minister position, o.q., 3793(58:1415)
    >>>See also House of Commons proceedings
    >>Government-opposition, equality of strength, 5948(92:1020)
    >>Liberal government (Chrétien), commitment, 65(3:1835), 127(4:1645), 494-5(10:1335-40), 1259-60(22:1650-55), 1274(22:1840), 3437(52:1900)
    >>>Giving lip service, 933(17:1220)
    >>>Measures, o.q., 3882(59:1500)
    >>>Mills, D., position, 116(4:1525-30)
    >>>o.q., 608(12:1500)
    >>>See also Parliamentary reform--Members of Parliament, Private Members
    >>Love of institution motivation, 2041(33:2110)
    >>Martin, K., remarks, criticism, 3470-1(52:2250-5)
    >>McGrath report, 65(3:1830)
    >>Members of Parliament, roles, extending, 353(8:1525), 356-7(8:1545-50), 462(10:1025), 3437-8(52:1900), 9342-3(151:1155-205)
    >>>Committees, influence, increasing, 62(3:1815)
    >>>Library of Parliament, increasing resources, 62(3:1815)
    >>>Martin, Finance Minister, remarks, 1293(22:2055-2100)
    >>>Private Members, all parties, 312-4(7:1530-40), 4952-3(77:1045-50)
    >>>>Liberal government (Chrétien), encouraging, 494-5(10:1335-40)
    >>>>Public legislation, drafting, participation, 62(3:1815), 496(10:1340-5)
    >>Modern day, coping, 63(3:1820)
    >>Modernization and Improvement of Procedures of House of Commons Special Committee, reporting June 2001, o.q., 3792-3(58:1415)
    >>Necessity, 64(3:1825), 65-6(3:1835), 119(4:1545-50), 454(9:1750), 499(10:1405), 660(12:2105), 806(14:1755), 1295(22:2110), 1307(22:2235), 2033(33:2010), 2056(33:2250), 2713-4(42:1520-5), 7205(113:1055), 11983-4(196:1045-50)
    >>New Democratic Party commitment, 66(3:1835), 974(17:1640)
    >>On-going process, 3461-3(52:2145-2200), 5954(92:1110)
    >>Options, House Leaders' discussions, 1143(21:1225)
    >>Parrish, Carolyn, remarks, 1260(22:1655)
    >>Participatory democracy, encouraging, 314(7:1540)
    >>Partisan politics, reducing, 65(3:1830-5)
    >>Prime Minister's Office hindering, 5958(92:1145)
    >>Private Members' Business
    >>>Legislation, second reading, selection process, 496-7(10:1345-50)
    >>>Private Members' Bills, dilatory motions, prohibiting, 5000-1(77:1555-600)
    >>>Voting practices, 496(10:1345), 498(10:1355-400), 4953-4(77:1055)
    >>Private Members' Motions, Liberal Members voting down, Prime Minister Office ordering, condemning, S.O. 31, 9947(161:1405)
    >>Progressive Conservative government (Mulroney), actions, undemocratic
    >>>Governor General warrant, use, approval, 64-5(3:1825-30)
    >>>See also Parliamentary reform--Estimates
    >>Proposals, consultations, 46-7(3:1605-10), 48(3:1625), 127-9(4:1645-55)
    >>>o.q., 156(5:1120)
    >>Public demand, 2021(33:1845)
    >>Public interest, lack, 933(17:1220)
    >>Public participation, increasing, 353(8:1525)
    >>Redistribution of powers, 2007(33:1715-20), 2011(33:1740-5)
    >>Reid, position, 11979-81(196:1015-35)
    >>Strahl, position, 62(3:1815), 125-7(4:1635-40)
    >>Technology, adapting, 263-4(7:1030), 1285(22:2000), 1286-7(22:2010-15)
    >>Throne Speech proposals, 16(2:1530), 1282(22:1940), 1285(22:2000-05)
    >>>Federal intrusion into provincial jurisdiction, o.q., 157(5:1125)
    >>>"Pathetically inadequate", 497(10:1350), 499(10:1405)
    >>>See also Committees, Parliamentary--Research assistance; Electoral reform; House of Commons proceedings--Voting procedures
    >>Turner, Right Hon. John, former Liberal Prime Minister, comments, Liberal government (Chrétien) position, o.q., 3792-3(58:1415)
    >>United Kingdom practices, government picking and choosing, 1258-9(22:1645-50)
    >>>See also Legislative process--Report stage, Motions
    >>See Justice system--Updating, Dividing bill

Parliamentary Secretaries see Committees, Parliamentary; House of Commons proceedings--Adjournment proceedings; Legislative process--Legislative committees

Parliamentary system

    >>Historical background, evolution, United Kingdom and United States experiences, 3177(49:1025)

Parliamentary task forces

Parliamentary watchdogs

    >>Auditor General, Privacy Commissioner, Information Commissioner and Ethics Commissioner, 386-7(9:1030-5)

Parmalat see Water exports--Saint-Mathieu d'Harricana plant for Eaux Vives

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

Parole/parolees

    >>Applications
    >>>Child predators, denial, 9891-2(160:1520), 11731-8(192:1105-1200)
    >>>>See also Child Predator Act (Bill C-437)
    >>>Contingent on successful completion of rehabilitation program, Cannis initiative, Canada Alliance position, 1575(27:1220-5)
    >>>Increase, o.q., 8924(143:1450)
    >>>Withdrawal, barring from reapplying for two years, 260-1(7:1010), 1485-94(26:1100-55), 1510-1(26:1345-50)
    >>>>See also Corrections and Conditional Release Act (amdt.--withdrawal of applications for full parole by offenders serving two or more years)(Bill C-233)
    >>Brossard, Conrad, committed murder/attempted murder while on parole, investigation, o.q., 11301(184:1435), 11381(185:1450)
    >>Conditional release system, 8686(139:1100)
    >>>Qualifying criteria, increasing time served on conviction for second or subsequent indictable offence, 11885(194:1510)
    >>>>See also Corrections and Conditional Release Act (amdt.--truth in sentencing)(Bill C-467)
    >>>Serving remainder of original sentence plus two-thirds minimum of new sentence, 11997(196:1205)
    >>>>See also Corrections and Conditional Release Act (amdt.)(Bill C-470)
    >>Dangerous offenders, early release, halting, o.q., 11381(185:1450)
    >>Early parole hearings, regulations, tightening, 374(8:1750)
    >>>o.q., 9413(152:1130)
    >>>See also Parole/parolees--Violent offenders
    >>Follow-up, long term, 8689(139:1120)
    >>Hearings, victim's impact statements
    >>>Unavailable, not on file, o.q., 9198(148:1445), 9415(152:1140)
    >>>Use, ensuring, o.q., 9415(152:1140)
    >>>Victim reading/presenting, 6555-6(102:1005)
    >>>>See also Corrections and Conditional Release Act (amdt.--parole hearings)(Bill C-405)
    >>Life sentences, ineligibility, 1203(22:1005)
    >>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.--no parole when imprisoned for life)(Bill C-285)
    >>Mandatory release provisions, removal, 719(13:1725)
    >>Martin, John, informing prison official of refusal to go to half-way house prior to parole, National Parole Board releasing, unlawfully at large, o.q., 3933-4(60:1150)
    >>Murderers, early release, judicial review of parole eligibility, Criminal Code Section 725
    >>>Dolejs case, o.q., 4270(66:1430-5)
    >>>Eligible after serving 100 years in prison, 10939-40(178:1500)
    >>>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.--judicial review)(Bill C-450)
    >>Parole monitoring, minimum standards, majority of parole offices failure to meet, o.q., 12678(205:1455)
    >>Quotas, Solicitor General MacAulay encouraging, Ontario Office for Victims of Crime allegations, o.q., 8923-4(143:1450)
    >>Recidivism rates, 12735 (206:1335-1345)
    >>Rehabilitation/reintegration courses, $5 attendance payment, o.q., 108(4:1435)
    >>Statutory release program
    >>>Problems, Karla Homolka example, 1611(27:1610)
    >>>Recividism rate, o.q., 10651(173:1445)
    >>>When earned, under mandatory supervision, 381(9:1005), 9947-81(161:1730-820)
    >>>>See also Corrections and Conditional Release Act (amdt.--statutory release granted when earned and subject to mandatory supervision)(Bill C-252)
    >>Terrorists convicted of multiple murders, eligibility, 6168(95:1045), 6177(95:1200)
    >>Violation of conditions of parole or probation, police arrest power, 4312(67:1010)
    >>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.--arrest without warrant)(Bill C-353)
    >>Violators, prison escapees, apprehension, special squad, national organization, establishing, S.O. 31, 9537(154:1400-5)
    >>Violent offenders, security clearance, lowering, increasing early release, endangering community/public safety
    >>>o.q., 9413(152:1130)
    >>>S.O. 31, 527(11:1410)
    >>See also Homolka, Karla; Penitentiary inmates--Release on parole

Parrish, Carolyn (Lib.--Mississauga Centre)

    >>Afghanistan of Tomorrow Conference, o.q, 7448(117:1440)
    >>Automobiles/motor vehicles, o.q., 4909(76:1450)
    >>Breast cancer, S.O. 31, 4065(62:1400)
    >>Canadian Armed Forces, 1425(24:1640)
    >>Canadian-North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Parliamentary Association, S.O. 31, 6193-4(95:1410)
    >>Eating Disorder Awareness Week, S.O. 31, 467(10:1100)
    >>Foreign aid, o.q., 5437(83:1200)
    >>House of Commons proceedings, M. on supply (Breitkreuz), 5010-2(77:1705-20)
    >>Immigration, S.O. 31, 8118(129:1355)
    >>Interparliamentary delegations, 2265(37:1005), 4625(72:1000), 5437(83:1205), 6555(102:1005), 7906(125:1520), 8488(135:1515), 9594(155:1550), 9917(161:1010), 10683(174:1000)
    >>Middle east conflict, S.O. 31, 9578(155:1405)
    >>Occupational Therapy Week, S.O. 31, 6615(103:1100)
    >>Olympic and paralympic games, 2008 summer games, o.q., 1600(27:1455)
    >>Private Members' Business, 5010-2(77:1705-20)
    >>Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee, M., 8600(137:1200)
    >>References see Canadian-North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Parliamentary Association; Parliamentary reform
    >>Sea King helicopters, M. on supply (Wayne), 1425-8(24:1640-55)