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Parrot, Jean-Claude

    >>Labour leader, tribute, S.O. 31, 12524(203:1400)

Parrsboro see Canadian Armed Forces--Cadets

Parsons, Dr. Timothy see Japan Prize

Part-time workers see Employment insurance--Eligibility, Women and part-time workers--Premiums, Students--Women, accessibility; Job losses/layoffs--Full time jobs

Parthenon marbles see Greece

Parti-Québecois see Quebec--November 15, 1976--Provincial by-elections

Passaglia, Lui see Football--Canadian Football League

Passenger Name record (PNR) see Air transportation security--Increase, Passenger information

Passports

    >>Criminal, Christopher Dawson, passport obtained while in prison, 6212(95:1610)
    >>Forged/forging operations
    >>>Citizenship, forger receiving, 6212(95:1615)
    >>>Sentences, leniency, 5923(91:1620)
    >>>>See also Terrorism/terrorists--Ouzghar
    >>Guarantors, eligibility, signing officers at credit unions or caisse populaire, eliminating, qu., 12225(200:1015)
    >>See also Canada Customs and Revenue Agency--International letters and parcels, Documents; Canadian passports

Pasta see Wheat--Export to United States

Patent Act

    >>Amending, o.q., 6589(102:1425)
    >>See also Drugs and pharmaceuticals--Generic drugs, Affordable--Patent protection; Reproductive and genetic technologies--Life forms/human beings

Patent Act (amdt.)(Bill C-22)(33rd Parl., 2nd Sess.) see Drugs and pharmaceuticals--Patent protection

Patent Act (amdt.)(Bill C-460)--Wasylycia-Leis

    >>First reading, 11091-2(181:1010)
    >>See also Drugs and pharmaceuticals--Patent protection

Patent Act (amdt.)(Bill S-17)--Minister of Industry (Tobin)

    >>First reading, 3526(54:1005)
    >>Second reading, 3669-98(56:1505-830), 3839-53(59:1010-200)
    >>>Agreed to, on recorded division, 4023-5(61:1830-900)
    >>Industry, Science and Technology Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, 4025(61:1900)
    >>>Reported, without amdt., 4404(68:1505)
    >>Report stage, concurrence, 4561-2(71:1140), agreed to, on recorded division, 460910(71:1905)
    >>Third reading, 4632-53(72:1130-355), 4756-66(74:1125-235), agreed to, on recorded division, 4813-5(74:1755), passed.
    >>Royal Assent, 5114(78A:1700). Chap. 10, S.C. 2001
    >>See also Drugs and pharmaceuticals--Generic drugs

Patent Act (amdt.--patented medicines)(Bill C-454)--McTeague

    >>First reading, 11056(180:1530)
    >>See also Drugs and pharmaceuticals--Patent infringement

Patent Act Amendment Act, 1992 (Bill C-91)(34th Parl., 3rd Sess.) see Drugs and pharmaceuticals--Patent protection

Patented Medicine Prices Review Board see Drugs and pharmaceuticals--Costs, Conseil du prix des mèdicaments brevetés

Pathfinder projects see Government on-line services (Internet)

Pathogens see Food safety/inspection system

Patients' Bill of Rights (Bill C-261)--Thompson, G.

    >>First reading, 537(11:1505)
    >>See also Health care system--Consistent quality health care

Patronage

    >>Liberal government (Chrétien), excessive, etc., 364(8:1640), 8457(134:1630)
    >>>S.O. 31, 10349(167:1100)
    >>Progressive Conservative government (Mulroney) record, 384(9:1020), 10530(170:1915), 10533(170:1940)
    >>>Liberal Party criticizing while in opposition, 5792-3(89:1735)
    >>See also Air transportation security--Increase, Canada Air Transport Security Authority; Canada Foundation for Sustainable Development Technology--Board of directors--Bureaucracy; Canada Post Corporation; Canadian Banking Ombudsman--Appointments; Crown corporations----Appointment process--Boards of directors; Export Development Corporation (EDC); Financial Consumer Agency of Canada--Appointments; Government departments, boards agencies and commissions; Government grants and contributions; Immigration and Refugee Board; Liberal government (Chrétien); Pension funds--Government funds; Strategic Infrastructure Foundation--Board of directors

Patry, Bernard (Lib.--Pierrefonds--Dollard)

    >>Africa, o.q., 11884(194:1500)
    >>Air Canada, o.q., 6480(100:1440)
    >>Aircraft industry, o.q., 6327(97:1455)
    >>Airlines, S.O. 31, 5588(86:1405)
    >>Black History Month, S.O. 31, 467-8(10:1100)
    >>Diabetes Month, S.O. 31, 7605-6(120:1415)
    >>Drugs and pharmaceuticals, S.O. 31, 12667-8(105:1400)
    >>Exports, S.O. 31, 5549(85:1410)
    >>Figure skating, S.O. 31, 2114(34:1400)
    >>Foreign Affairs and International Trade Standing Committee, 11885(194:1505), 12042(197:1515)
    >>Francophonie, S.O. 31, 1906(32:1405)
    >>Free Trade Area of the Americas, o.q., 12610(204:1455)
    >>Guaranteed Income Supplement, o.q., 10723(174:1450)
    >>Immigrants
    >>>o.q., 11451-2(186:1445)
    >>>Petitions, 1655(28:1610)
    >>Infrastructure Canada Program, S.O. 31, 6474(100:1410)
    >>Insectarium de Montréal, S.O. 31, 4065(62:1400)
    >>Interparliamentary delegations, 731(14:1000), 3352(52:1005), 4751(74:1005), 5627(87:0955), 9064(146:1010), 12611(204:1505)
    >>L`@venue-Centre Internet communautaire, S.O. 31, 11374-5(185:1410)
    >>Old Age Security, petitions, 1655(28:1610)
    >>Organ donations/transplants, S.O. 31, 11294(184:1400)
    >>Peace, petitions, 7908(125:1525)
    >>Peru, o.q., 12959(210:1440)
    >>Pesticides, pensions, 4713(73:1520)
    >>Postal workers, petitions, 11263(184:1005)
    >>Procedure, Committees, Parliamentary, 12042(197:1515)
    >>Skiing, S.O. 31, 2551(40:1055)
    >>Terrorism/terrorists, 6107-8(94:1820-30)
    >>>o.q., 6591(102:1440)
    >>Tobacco products, S.O. 31, 8055(128:1355)
    >>Tuberculosis, S.O. 31, 11444(186:1405)
    >>United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), S.O. 31, 4469-70(69:1400)
    >>United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, M. on supply (Clark), 6106-8(94:1820-30)
    >>University research, o.q., 8248(131:1455)
    >>World Trade Organization (WTO), o.q., 12610(204:1455)
    >>Yugoslavia, Federal Republic of, S.O. 31, 2612(41:1405)

Pavon Jaramillo, Laura see Parliamentary Confederation of the Americas

Pay equity

    >>Government recognizing principle, failure to act, 10755(174:1905)
    >>>S.O. 31, 3658(56:1410)
    >>Hearings, expenditures, $3.2 million, 8312(133:1255)
    >>Legislation, review
    >>>Special report, recommendations, o.q., 826(15:1145-50)
    >>>>See also Canadian Human Rights Commission
    >>>Task force, R. E. Bilson, Chair, appointment, reporting fall 2002, o.q., 827(15:1150)
    >>Public Service Alliance of Canada case, legal proceedings, government blocking, President of the Treasury Board and Minister responsible for Infrastructure Robillard position, o.q., 6595(102:1500), 6626(103:1200)

Payette, Julie see National Engineering Week

Payment Clearing and Settlement Act (amdt.)(Bill S-40)--Minister of Finance (Martin, Paul)

    >>First reading 9892(160:1520)
    >>Second reading, 10592-3(172:1050-5), 10608-17(172:1205-315), agreed to, 10617(137:1315)
    >>Finance Standing Committee,
    >>>Referral, 10617(172:1315)
    >>>Reported, without amdt., 11091(181:181:1010)
    >>Report stage, concurrence, agreed to, 11461(186:1610)
    >>Third reading, 11461-72(186:1610-725), agreed to, 11471-2(186:1725), passed.
    >>Royal Assent, 12121(198:1625), Chap. 14, S.C. 2002
    >>See also Securities industry--Securities and derivatives clearing houses

Payments in Lieu of Taxes Act

    >>Amending, 7411(117:1005)
    >>>See also Fisheries Prices Support Act repeal and technical amendments (amdt.)(Bill C-43)

Payments of claims against the Crown see National Defence Department

Payments system see Banks and financial institutions

Payroll deductions see Public transit--Public Service

Payroll taxes

PCBs (poly chlorinated biphenyls) see Toxic/hazardous waste

PC/DR Coaltion Working Group on Democratic Reform see Regulations--Reform

Peace

    >>Canada, international model, petitions, 7908(125:1525)
    >>Encouraging, Canada role, petitions, 8489(135:1525)
    >>"Hugs for Peace", des Affluents school district project, S.O. 31, 8120(129:1405)
    >>Message of Peace, Quebec youth sending, S.O. 31, 7157(112:1400)
    >>Prayer for Peace, S.O. 31, 7002(110:1400)
    >>See also International Week of Science and Peace; Middle East peace process

Peace officer see instead Police

Peace tax see Conscientious objectors--Income tax paid for defence expenditures

Peace Tower (Parliament Buildings)

Peace Week

    >>November 18-25, YMCA sponsorship, S.O. 31, 7441(117:1400)

Peacekeeping

    >>Book of Remembrance, establishing, 4535(70:1205)
    >>>See also Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal and Memorial Act (Bill C-356)
    >>Canada, leadership, historical role, 6141-2(94:2320), 8377-8(133:2110), 8397(133:2350), 10065(163:1150)
    >>Canadian Armed Forces participation, continuing, Throne Speech statement, 15(2:1530)
    >>Dag Hammarskjold Medal, honouring 108 Canadian peacekeeper who lost lives, tribute, S.O. 31, 10929(178:1410)
    >>Missions, International Criminal Court jurisdiction, United States refusal, o.q.,. 13001(211:1135)
    >>See also Canadian Armed Forces

Peacekeeping medal see Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal

Pearl, Daniel

    >>Journalist, killed by kidnappers in Pakistan, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 9137(147:1055)
    >>>See also Terrorism/terrorists--Groups/cells operating in Canada, Al-Qaeda

Pearl Harbour see World War II

Pearse, Peter see Species at risk (endangered species)--Habitat preservation, Landowners, Compensation

Pearson International Airport see Lester B. Pearson International Airport (Toronto ON)

Pearson, Right Hon. Lester B. see Parliament Hill

Pedophiles see Sex offenders/pedophiles

Peel District School Board see Volunteers

Pelletier, David see Figure skating--2001 World Figure Skating Championships

Pelly amendment see Species at risk (endangered species)--Legislation, United States

Pembroke, ON see Health care system--Diagnostic and medical equipment, CAT scanner

Peninsula Farm see Food safety/inspection system--Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Penitentiaries

    >>Conditions, drug and alcohol abuse, violent behaviour, etc., Michael Harris book Con Game, investigation, S.O. 31, 11294(184:1355)
    >>Drug smuggling/trafficking
    >>>Correctional officers
    >>>>Alleged wrongdoings, internal Correctional Service of Canada or Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) investigation, o.q., 8008(127:1135)
    >>>>Danger, threats/blackmail, improving conditions, necessity, o.q., 7964(126:1450)
    >>>>Subject to search, frequency, o.q., 533-4(11:1445)
    >>>Countermeasures, 4143(64:1100), 4159(64:1305)
    >>>>o.q., 1405-6(24:1435)
    >>>Kingston Penitentiary, five employees suspended for drug trafficking, o.q., 1406(24:1440)
    >>>Research, Prince Edward Island facility, R. White opposition, 4160(64:1315), 4164-5(64:1350)
    >>Drumheller Institution, correctional officers, not permitted to carry handcuffs, o.q., 479(10:1155)
    >>Escapes, drugs, relationship, o.q., 10651(173:1445)
    >>Facilities, upgrades, $500 million expenditure, creation of "Club Fed" condos/cottage-like cabins, 9483-4(153:1650-5), 9720(157:1300)
    >>>o.q., 9197-8(148:1445), 9259(149:1435-40)
    >>>S.O. 31, 9253(149:1405)
    >>Ferndale Institution, golf course, 8405(134:1020)
    >>Guards see Torture--Definition
    >>Maximum, medium and minimum security see Sentences (convicted criminals)--Life sentence
    >>Minimum security institutions, escapes, decline, o.q., 3797(58:1435), 3878(59:1440)
    >>Mission Institution, William Head Institution, information, Correctional Services Canada website, removal, o.q., 7612(120:1455)
    >>Public inquiry, need for, 8405(134:1020)
    >>Reform, White, R., efforts, 8721(139:1510)
    >>Room and board, inmate contributions, o.q., 10091(163:1500)
    >>William Head Institution see Penitentiaries--Mission Institution

Penitentiary inmates

    >>Aboriginal offenders, percentage, 725(13:1805), 2246(36:1645), 8225(131:1210), 8657(138:1620)
    >>>See also Youth justice system
    >>Boucher, Maurice, convicted prison guard killer, special privileges, o.q., 1104(20:1135)
    >>Caruana family members, organized crime organization members, serving sentence in medium or minimum security facilities, making mockery of getting tough on crime campaign, o.q., 1240(22:1415)
    >>Drug and substance abuse, 4163(64:1335), 4164(64:1345)
    >>>o.q., 1405(24:1435), 4275(66:1455)
    >>>See also Penitentiary inmates--Suing government
    >>Escapees
    >>>926 fugitives at large, recapture
    >>>>o.q., 3878(59:1440), 3934(60:1155)
    >>>o.q., 10091(163:1500)
    >>>Resources, funds, etc. devoted to, o.q., 3797(58:1435)
    >>>Special unit within Royal Canadian Mounted Police, creating, o.q., 3797(58:1435)
    >>Fayette, Denise, inhabiting cottage-like quarters, Edmonton Institution for Women, murder by roommate, o.q., 9259(149:1435)
    >>Glidden, Darlene, manslaughter conviction, walking away from Edmonton Institution for Women, o.q., 9259(149:1435-40)
    >>Gordon, Ian, convicted murderer, sentence, serving two years in maximum security institution, rest of sentence in medium security facility, o.q., 1104(20:1135)
    >>Incentive bonus, $600-$700 per week, CANCOR paying, error, number of recipients, costs, etc., o.q., 10091(163:1455), 10650-1(173:1445), 10724(174:1455), 10770(175:1500), 11715(191:1135)
    >>Pornographic movies, viewing, Saskatchewan prison, etc., 8405(134:1020), 8841(141:1620)
    >>Rehabilitation
    >>>Courses, costs, success rate, etc., o.q., 108(4:1435)
    >>>Emphasis, o.q., 10651(173:1445-50)
    >>>Programs, failure, 1613(27:1625)
    >>>Reintegration into society, necessity, 78(4:1120)
    >>>Volunteers, role, tribute, S.O. 31, 2906(45:1105)
    >>Release on parole
    >>>50% of prison population, former Correctional Services Commissioner Ingstrup plan, 1614(27:1625)
    >>>Statutory release program, repeat offenders, o.q., 10651(173:1445)
    >>Right to vote see Elections
    >>Security classification, information, public access, 11057(180:1535)
    >>>See also Corrections and Conditional Release Act (amdt.--disclosure of certain information about offenders)(Bill C-459)
    >>Suing government
    >>>Correctional officer using force to prevent inmate swallowing drugs, $9,000 payment, 8312(133:1255)
    >>>Prohibiting, 1168(21:1585)
    >>>>See also Crown Liability and Proceedings Act (amdt.)(Bill C-277)
    >>Suzack, Clinton, convicted cop killer, transfer to medium security institution, unfair, move to maximum security institution, request, o.q., 7374(116:1435), 7447(117:1435), 7564(119:1445-50), 7612-3(120:1455), 7714(122:1200), 7839(124:1450-5)
    >>Toft, Karl, convicted pedophile, transfer to minimum security facility, requesting transfer back to maximum security facility
    >>>o.q., 8483(135:1440)
    >>>S.O. 31, 8434(134:1405)
    >>Transfers, informing victims, 11057(180:1535)
    >>>See also Corrections and Conditional Release Act (amdt.--disclosure of certain information about offenders)(Bill C-459)
    >>Warehousing, 1613(27:1625)
    >>Women inmates
    >>>Housing in men's prisons, discriminatory, Correctional Investigator of Canada report, increasing incidents, government correcting, o.q., 607(12:1455)
    >>>Mother-child relationship, S.O. 31, 3735(57:1400)
    >>See also Aboriginal peoples/communities--Conflict with law; Heating Expenses One Time relief; Sex offenders/pedophiles

Pennsylvania see United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks

Pension Benefits Standards Act, 1985 (amdt.)(Bill C-474)--Nystrom

Pension Benefits Standards Act, 1985 (amdt.--investment criteria)(Bill C-394)--Tremblay, Stéphan

    >>First reading, 5325(82:1005)
    >>See also Investments--Ethical investment

Pension funds

    >>10% rule, legislation enshrining, Enron bankruptcy, implications, o.q., 9101(146:1440-5)
    >>Deferred wages, considered, exclusive property rights of employees, M. (Martin, Pat), 6789-96(106:1730-820)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 6796(106:1825)
    >>Government funds, boards of directors, patronage appointments, lack of qualifications, impact on investments, 9230(149:1025)
    >>Multi-employer, 911(17:1000)
    >>See also Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CPR); Credit unions/caisses populaires; Sales Tax and Excise Tax Amendments Act, 2001 (Bill C-13)

Pension Ombudsman Act (Bill C-227)--Nystrom

    >>First reading, 259-60(7:1005)

Pensioners see Natural gas--Price, Increase

Pensions

    >>British, living in Canada, frozen British pensions, indexing to cost of living, British Prime Minister Blair visit to Canada, addressing, o.q., 1048(19:1500), 1106(20:1145)
    >>Budget 2001 not addressing, 8419(134:1210)
    >>Survivor pensions, eligibility criteria, 12494(203:1010)
    >>System, reform, Martin, Paul, former Finance Minister, policies, 12707-8(206:1040-50)
    >>Teachers, Manitoba, maternity leave buy back, provincial government disallowing, S.O. 31, 12833-4(208:1355)
    >>Young workers using regulated private savings vehicles, 8094(129:1100)
    >>See also Canada Pension Plan (CPP); Export Development Corporation (EDC); Firefighters/emergency response personnel--Early pension entitlement; Income tax agreements, conventions and treaties; Members of Parliament pensions; Members of Parliament Superannuation Act (amdt.)(Bill C-270); Pension Ombudsman Act (Bill C-227); Personal retirement account; Same-sex couples--Benefits; Senior citizens

Penson, Charlie (CA--Peace River)

Pentagon see United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks

Penticon see Aboriginal peoples/communities--Economic/social conditions, Indian band members

People smuggling see Immigration

"People to People, Nation to Nation" see Aboriginal peoples/communities

People's Republic of China Accession to Agreement Establishing World Trade Organization Act (Bill C-50)--Minister for International Trade (Pettigrew)

Peoples Summit see Summit of the Americas Peoples Summit (April 2001, Quebec City, QC)

Pépin see Auberge Grand-Mère--Funding controversy, LeGroupes Forces

Pepper spray incident see Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Group (APEC)

Peregrine falcon see Species at risk (endangered species)

Peres, Shimon see Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting

Performance reports see Government departments, boards, agencies and commissions

Peric, Janko (Lib.--Cambridge)

    >>Abortion, petition, 702(13:1520)
    >>Auberge Grand-Mère
    >>>M. on supply (Day), 2667(42:1035)
    >>Border, Canada-United States, 8406(134:1030)
    >>Budget 2001, M. for approval (Martin, Paul), 8405-6(134:1025-30), 8407(134:1035)
    >>Budget surplus, 8405(134:1025)
    >>Budgets, 8405(134:1025)
    >>Canada Elections Act (amdt.--proxy voting)(Bill C-401), 6086(94:1540)
    >>Canada Elections Act (amdt.--voting in place of a mentally incapacitated elector by power of attorney)(Bill C-418), 7907(125:1525)
    >>Canadian Armed Forces
    >>>o.q., 6200(95:1450)
    >>>S.O. 31, 11755(192:1405)
    >>Child pornography, petitions, 12613-4(204:1515)
    >>Community colleges, S.O. 31, 9748(158:1400)
    >>Early Childhood Development initiative, 8405-6(134:1025)
    >>Economy/economic conditions, 8405-6(134:1025)
    >>Education Benefits Act (Bill C-271), 883(16:1510)
    >>Education, post-secondary, 883(16:1510)
    >>>o.q., 10141(164:1455)
    >>Elections, 6086(94:1540), 7907(125:1525)
    >>Government expenditures, 8406(134:1025)
    >>Gzowski, Peter, S.O. 31, 8323(133:1410)
    >>Health care funding, 8405-6(134:1025)
    >>Health care providers, petitions, 4713(73:1515)
    >>Housing, 8406(134:1030)
    >>>o.q., 3487(53:1500)
    >>Immigrants, 230(6:1515)
    >>Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Bill C-11), 1220(22:1155)
    >>Infrastructure, 8406(134:1025-30)
    >>Interest rates, 8406(134:1025)
    >>International Space Station, S.O. 31, 3046-7(47:1355-400)
    >>Land mines (anti-personnel mines), S.O. 31, 7759-60(123:1405), 11553(188:1405)
    >>Marijuana
    >>>o.q., 10457(169:1440)
    >>>S.O. 31, 8991(144:1410)
    >>Mechanics, 8406(134:1030)
    >>Mental health
    >>>o.q., 11839(193:1450)
    >>>S.O. 31, 11373(185:1405)
    >>National debt, 8405(134:1025)
    >>National Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness Week, S.O. 31, 10645(173:1410)
    >>National sex offender registry, o.q., 8719(139:1455)
    >>Pollution, S.O. 31, 11876(194:1415)
    >>Portugal Day, S.O. 31, 12389(202:1405)
    >>Postal workers, petitions, 1989(33:1530), 12400(202:1510)
    >>Procedure, divisions, recorded, 638(12:1850)
    >>Railway safety/accidents, o.q., 880(16:1455)
    >>Refugees, 1220(22:1155)
    >>Reproductive and genetic technologies, petitions, 8647(138:1505)
    >>Sabatine, Fred, S.O. 31, 8636(138:1400)
    >>Shaver, Donald McQueen, S.O. 31, 10232(165:1405)
    >>Skilled trades and technology workforce, o.q., 10390(168:1440)
    >>Small and medium business, 8406(134:1030)
    >>Strategic Infrastructure Foundation, 8405(134:1025), 8406(134:1030)
    >>>o.q., 12193(199:1515)
    >>Tax reductions, 8405(134:1025), 8406(134:1030)
    >>Thornley, Ted, S.O. 31, 100(4:1355)
    >>Toyota Canada Inc., S.O. 31, 337-8(8:1405)
    >>Transfer of Offenders Act (amdt.--removal of foreign offenders)(Bill C-221), 230(6:1515)
    >>Unemployment rate, 8407(134:1035)
    >>University of Waterloo, S.O. 31, 12874-5(209:1410)
    >>University research, S.O. 31, 9458(153:1405
    >>Veterans Week, S.O. 31, 7001(110:1355)
    >>Walker, Ralph, S.O. 31, 10927(178:1400)

Periodicals, foreign

    >>Advertising expenses, deductions, criteria, 2291-2(37:1300-5), 3916(60:1010)
    >>"Canadian citizen" definition, including, 2292(37:1305), 3916(60:1010)
    >>See also Income Tax Amendments Act, 2000 (Bill C-22)

Perley-Rideau Veterans Health Centre see Veterans--Health care

Permanent Joint Board of Defence see Continental security

Permanent Resident Card see Immigration

Pernia, Kimy see Colombia--Human rights violations

Perrin, Warren see Acadians--Apology; Francophones outside Quebec--Louisiana, United States

Perron, Gilles-A. (BQ--Rivière-des-Mille-Îles)

Perry, Cpl Brett see Canadian Armed Forces--Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, Afghanistan mission

Persian Gulf War (1991)

    >>Canadian participants see Veterans

Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs)

    >>Northern aboriginal people, health impact, government actions, etc., o.q., 478-9(10:1150-5), 9544(154:1445)
    >>Reducing, 145(5:1020)
    >>Stockholm Convention, United Nations Environment Program, Canadian role, first signing, ratifying, funding, etc., 145(5:1020)
    >>>o.q., 478-9(10:1150-5), 3988-9(61:1435), 4704(73:1430), 9544(154:1445)
    >>>S.O. 31, 4216-7(65:1105-10)

Personal information see Air transportation security--Passenger information

Personal Information Protection Act

    >>Suspending, national security reasons, certificates, Justice Minister issuing, Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36) provision, 6166(95:1025)

Personal retirement account

Perth--Middlesex constituency see Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation--Excellence awards; Richardson--References

Peru

    >>Demonstrations, Arequipa, Canadian visitors, safety, o.q., 12959(210:1440)
    >>See also Canada-Peru Income Tax Convention; Export Development Corporation (EDC); Summit of the Americas (April 2001, Quebec City, QC)--Human rights considerations

Peschisolido, Joe (CA--Richmond; Lib.--Richmond as of January 28, 2002)

Peso see North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)--Mexico

Pest Control Products Act (Bill C-53)--Minister of Health (McLellan)

Pest Management Regulatory Agency

Pesticide Awareness Day

    >>Supreme Court of Canada ruling re municipalities powers, relationship, S.O. 31, 5480(84:1405)

Pesticide industry see Nuclear waste--Contaminated land

Pesticides

Pesticides: Making the Right Choice for the Protection of Health and the Environment see Pesticides--Cosmetic, Banning

Pests see Gophers; Grasshoppers; Rats

Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation see Morin, Justice Gerry

Peterborough, ON see Arts and culture--Balsillie Collection of Roy Studio Images; Clean Air Day; Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)--Roots of Our Future conference; Homelessness; Kenner Collegiate; Postal workers--Asbestos; St. John's Anglican Church; Terry Fox Run; VIA Rail Canada Inc.

Peterborough Canoe Company

    >>Canoe patent, John Stephenson receiving, 1879, 3672(56:1520)

Peterborough Collegiate and Vocational School

Peterborough Community Housing Development Corporation see Housing--Affordable

Peterborough constituency see Iraq--United Nations economic and military sanctions

Peterson, Hon. Jim (Lib.--Willowdale; Secretary of State (International Financial Institutions) until January 15, 2002)