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Saada, Jacques (Lib.--Brossard--La Prairie)

    >>Afghanistan, 9959(161:1525)
    >>Auberge Grand-Mère
    >>>M. on supply (Day), 2731(42:1715)
    >>Certas Direct Insurance Company Continuation Act (Bill S-28), 4816(74:1800)
    >>Discrimination and racism, S.O. 31, 10597(172:1110)
    >>Fisheries and Oceans Standing Committee, M., 3069(47:1610)
    >>Imperial Life Assurance Company of Canada Continuation Act (Bill S-27), 4816(74:1800)
    >>Liberal government (Chrétien), 481(10:1205)
    >>Middle East conflict, M. to adjourn under S.O. 52 (Lalonde), 10195-6(164:2150-5)
    >>National missile defence system, M. (Robinson), 1668-70(28:1740-5)
    >>Nuclear Fuel Waste Act (Bill C-27), 4081(62:1520), 7688(121:1530)
    >>Organized crime, S.O. 31, 1905(32:1405)
    >>Parliament of Canada Act, Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act and Salaries Act (amdt.)(Bill C-28), 4723(73:1620)
    >>Privilege
    >>>Godin (contempt of Parliament), 9959(161:1525)
    >>>Ménard (rights of Members breached), 481(10:1205)
    >>Procedure
    >>>Bills, Private Members' Private, 4816(74:1800)
    >>>Clock, 7440(117:1345), 12976(210:1645), 13013(211:1300)
    >>>Committees, Parliamentary, 6891(108:1210), 9892(160:1525)
    >>>Debate, M., 4081(62:1520)
    >>>Dilatory motions, M., 672(12:2225)
    >>>Divisions, recorded, 1788(30:1330), 7662(121:1225), 7688(121:1530), 8571(136:1715), 10526(170:1840)
    >>>>M., 7647(121:1020), 7967(126:1505)
    >>>Motions, 11918(195:1025)
    >>>Private Members' Hour, 2731(42:1715), 4081(62:1520), 5967(92:1255)
    >>>Sittings of the House, 5971(92:1325)
    >>>Speeches, M., 3069(47:1610)
    >>Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee, 483(10:1215), 6891(108:1205), 9420(152:1205), 9891(160:1515), 10038(162:1210), 12195(199:1520)
    >>>Ms., 9421(152:1215), 9892(160:1525), 12223-4(200:1010)
    >>Queen Elizabeth II, 11918(195:1025)
    >>References see Board of Internal Economy--Members
    >>Species at Risk Act (Bill C-5), 1788(30:1330)
    >>Standing Orders, M., 272(7:1125)
    >>Statements by Members, 272(7:1125)
    >>United States, September 11, 2001 terrorists attacks, S.O. 31, 5138(79:1410)

Saanich--Gulf Islands constituency

    >>Lunn, thanking constituents, 275(7:1145)

Saar Gummi Automotive Group

    >>Magog, QC plant, General Motors of Canada Limited contracts, job creation, S.O. 31, 7442(117:1405)

Sabatine, Fred

    >>World War I veteran, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 8636(138:1400)

Sable Gully

Sable Island see Natural gas; Oil and gas industry--Atlantic provinces; Sable Offshore Energy Project

Sable Offshore Energy Project

    >>Economic benefits, 168(5:1230)
    >>Royalties, Nova Scotia receiving, 168(5:1230)

Sabourin, Yvon

    >>Tribute by Desjardins movement, volunteer activities, etc., S.O. 31, 12524(203:1405)

Sabra and Shatila massacre see Terrorism/terrorists

Sabre ticketing system see Air Canada

Sabzali, James

    >>Canadian businessman, selling water purification systems to Cuba, conviction in United States for trading with enemy, o.q., 10390(168:1440)

Sado-masochism workshop see Youth--Free youth conference

Safe Boating Week

    >>Government safety measures, etc., o.q., 4177(64:1455)

Safe haven countries see Refugees

Safe Water Act see Drinking water--National standards

Safety

    >>Canadians concerns, 8154(129:1815)
    >>Federal government regulatory programs see Public Accounts Standing Committee--Reports, Sixteenth
    >>See also Air transportation; Airports--Terrace, BC; Boats; Cellular telephones--Automobiles; Drugs and pharmaceuticals; Ferry service--Quebec; Highway safety/accidents; Infrastructure--Federal government infrastructure; Marine transportation; Nuclear energy; Pesticides; Railway safety/accidents; St. Lawrence Seaway--Locks; Transport Department; Transportation Appeal Tribunal of Canada--Decision-making powers; Weather forecasting--Environment Department weather offices

Safety net programs see Farm income crisis

SAGITs see Sectoral advisory groups on international trade (SAGITs)

Sagkeeng Indian Band

    >>Financial administration, deficit, third party management, financial audit, requesting, o.q., 425-6(9:1440), 776-7(14:1445-50), 1835(31:1455)
    >>School, construction delays, government addressing, 426, o.q., (9:1440)
    >>Wing Construction, Thunder Bay, ON, experience, bankruptcy. 90(4:1245-50)
    >>See also Aboriginal peoples/communities--Economic/social conditions, Indian band members; Virginia Fontaine Addictions Foundation--Sagkeeng Reserve

Saguenay, QC see Quebec--Provincial by-elections--Quebec municipal elections

Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region, QC

    >>Harvey, commitment, 286(7:1255)
    >>See also Aluminium industry--Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec role; Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec; Employment insurance--Changes, Protest; Economic insurance economic regions--Lower St. Lawrence; Forest industry; Health care funding--Federal government cutbacks; Highways and roads--Quebec; Marive conservation areas; Tourism industry

Saguenay region, QC

    >>Regional development, Quebec government role, Harvey criticism, S.O. 31, 469-70(10:1110)
    >>See also MOX fuels--CANDU reactors use

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

Sahara Desert see water/freshwater--Libyan pipeline

Sahtu Dene and Metis Land Claims Agreement

    >>Annual report (1999-2000), tabled, 3618(55:1200)
    >>Annual report (2000-2001), tabled, 12886(209:1515)

Sahtu region, NWT see Oil and gas industry--Northwest Territories exploration

Saint-Ambroise Church

    >>Rosemont--Petite-Patrie, QC residents, renovation fundraising campaign, S.O. 31, 10761(175:1410)

Saint Boniface constituency see House of Commons vacancies; Members of Parliament--Certificate of election, Simard

Saint-Côme Festival de sculptures sur glace

    >>10th annual, ice sculptures, S.O. 31, 340(8:1410-5)

Saint-Félicien Zoo

    >>Boreal biodiversity conservation role, 3120(47:2205)

Saint-François River see Water/freshwater--CHARMES management corporation

Saint-Georges de Beauce, QC see Festival beauceron de l'érable

Saint-Hyacinthe, QC see Infrastructure Canada Program--Canada-Quebec agreement/program

Saint-Hyacinthe--Bagot constituency

    >>Loubier, thanking constituents, 463(10:1030)

Saint-Jean Baptiste Day

    >>June 24, French Canadians celebrating, S.O. 31, 12994(211:1100)

Saint John, NB see Air Canada--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Layoffs; Hospitals--Closing; Schools--Closing; Shipbuilding industry; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Islamic/Arab communities; VIA Rail Canada Inc.

Saint John constituency see Government expenditures--Liberal Party constituencies

Saint John Flames see Hockey

Saint-Josephe de Coleraine, QC see Trois-Monts de Coleraine ecological reserve

Saint-Lambert constituency see Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation--Excellence awards

Saint-Léonard--Saint Michel constituency see Government grants and contributions; House of Commons vacancies; Members of Parliament--Certificate of election, Pacetti

Saint Mary's University

    >>200th anniversary, S.O. 31, 12181-2(199:1405)

Saint Mathieu d'Harricana see Water exports

Saint-Maurice constituency

    >>Unemployment rate, Prime Minister Chrétien seeking remedies, duty as Member of Parliament, 402(9:1220)
    >>See also Chrétien--References; Employment rate; Government contracts; Government grants and contributions; Transitional jobs fund

Saint-Placide Festi-vent sur glace

    >>Kites on ice festival, S.O. 31, 1036-7(19:1405)

Sainte-Catherine-de-la-Jacques-Cartier, QC

    >>Economic and entrepreneurial accomplishments, Gala des Mercuriades, etc., S.O. 31, 11943(195:1400)

Sainte-Foy, QC see Trade--China, Team Canada trade mission to China and Hong Kong, Lafleur

Salamanders see West coast salamander

Salaries see Wages and salaries

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

Salé, Jamie see Figure skating--2001 World Figure Skating Championships

Sales tax

    >>Income tax, comparison, 10125(164:1035)
    >>See also Equalization payments--Representative tax system; Goods and Services Tax (GST)/Harmonized Sales Tax (HST)

Sales Tax and Excise Tax Amendments Act, 2001 (Bill C-13)--Minister of Finance (Martin)

    >>Ways and means motion, notice, tabled, 911(17:1000), concurrence, deemed agreed to, on division, 984(17:1800-5)
    >>First reading, 1109(20:1200)
    >>Second reading, 1441-9(25:1005-55), 1464-74(25:1210-325), 1656-7(28:1615-20), agreed to, on division, 1657(28:1620)
    >>Finance Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, 1657(28:1620)
    >>>Reported, without amdt., 2783(43:1515)
    >>Report stage, concurrence, agreed to, 2944(46:1205)
    >>Third reading, 2945-52(46:1205-55), agreed to, 2952(46:1255), passed.
    >>Royal Assent, 5113(78A:1700). Chap. 15, S.C. 2001
    >>See also Goods and Services Tax (GST)/Harmonized Sales Tax (HST)--Legislation

Salk, Jonas see Drugs and pharmaceuticals--Patent protection

Salmon, Atlantic

    >>Acid rain, effects, o.q., 9149(147:1155-200)
    >>Matane River, salmon migration observation post for tourists, S.O. 31, 11591(189:1415)
    >>Mortality, causes, studying, partnership with North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organization, 12407-8(202:1600)
    >>>qu., 4715(73:1525)
    >>Nova Scotia, wild river salmon, depletion, government action, request, 8,000 post cards sent, 10966-8(178:1840-5)
    >>>o.q., 10034(162:1145)
    >>Overfishing, preventing, measures, o.q., 10034(162:1145)
    >>Protecting, Greenland fishery, 12408(202:1600)
    >>>Opening, effects, S.O. 31, 4782(74:1415)
    >>>Zero quota, need, government position, o.q., 12268(200:1500)
    >>Red fish, quota, necessity, Canso, NS, Seafreez fish plant, potential closing, effects, 8228(131:1235), 8317(133:1335), 100010(161:2225)
    >>>Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Orgranization (NAFO) regulations, inapplicable, 12701-2(205:1805-15)
    >>>>o.q., 10393(168;1455)
    >>>Preventing, government measures, 9690-2(156:1840-50), 11996(196:1200)
    >>>>Emergency debate under S.O. 52, application (MacKay), emergency requirements/criteria not met, not accepted, 9762(158:1515-20)
    >>>>o.q., 8827(141:1445), 9709(157:1145), 9759(158:1455), 10358(167:1145)
    >>>>Petitions, 9761(158:1515), 10395(168:1520), 11233(183:1505), 11519-20(188:1010), 11998(196:1210), 12613-4(204:1520)
    >>>S.O. 31, 8590(137:1105), 9578-9(155:1410)
    >>Stock, dwindling, causes, uncertain, 1759(30:1030-5), 9933(161:1215)
    >>>Seal herd growth, relationship, 10552-3(171:1350-5)

Salmon, Candace see United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Canadian response, Humanitarian gestures

Salmon, Pacific

    >>Aboriginal regulations see Salmon, Pacific--Fraser River stocks
    >>Annual fishing plans, Fisheries and Oceans Department announcement, late, recreational salmon fishery, impact, S.O. 31, 12767(207:1405)
    >>Conservation recommendations, following, o.q., 3800(58:1450-5)
    >>Decline, water temperature increase impact, greenhouse gas emissions/global warming factor, 3764(57:1205)
    >>Forest industry practices, impact, North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) environmental tribunal ruling, 5988(92:1545)
    >>Fraser River stocks, depletion, causes
    >>>Aboriginal beach seine fishery, unsupervised, S.O. 31, 5861(90:1400)
    >>>Unsanctioned Partially Monitored First Nations Fisheries on the Fraser River: A Conservation Risk, report, 4012-3(61:1710)
    >>Oliver, BC, $400,000 fish screen cost, paying, Fisheries and Oceans Department decision, S.O. 31, 5971(92:1400)
    >>Protecting, government commitment, lack, The Effects of Salmon Farming in British Columbia on the Management of Wild Salmon Stocks, Auditor General's report, 4011(61:1700)
    >>Skeena River fishery, coho, sockeye, Alaskan fishery, relationship, 1501-2(26:1240-5)
    >>Yukon salmon, United States overfishing, Canada-United States agreement, o.q., 2862-3(44:1455-500)
    >>See also Species at risk (endangered species)--Habitat preservation; Tulsequah Chief Mine

Salon du livre de l'Outaouais

    >>Annual literary festival, S.O. 31, 2530-1(39:1405), 9881(160:1415)
    >>Desfossés, Estelle, chairperson, Canadian Heritage Minister Copps reproaching, inappropriate, S.O. 31, 10134(164:1415)

Salt

    >>Sifto Salt, Huron--Bruce constituency, role, 279(7:1210)
    >>See also Highway safety/accidents--Road salt

Samar, Dr. Sima

    >>Afghanistan Minister of Women's Affairs and Deputy Prime Minister, John Humphrey Freedom Award recipient, tribute, S.O. 31, 8057(128:1410), 8119(129:1400), 8283-4(132:1110)

Same sex couples

    >>Legal recognition, M-264 (Ménard)(1st Sess., 35th Parl.), vote, scheduling, 3453(52:2045)
    >>Marriage see Marriage
    >>Spousal benefits, pensions, extending to, legislation, Modernization of Benefits and Obligations Act (Bill C-23)(36th par., 2nd Sess.), 16 government members voting against, 943(17:1330)
    >>See also Human rights--Thibault

Sami Inuit exhibit see Arts and culture

Sampaio, Jorge see Portugal

Sampson, William see Saudi Arabia

"Sandwich generation" see Caregivers--Women

Santiago, Chile see Summit of the Americas (April 2001, Quebec City, QC)--Previous summits

Sarafian, Ara

    >>Author and historian, book launch, Treatment of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire, 1915-1916, S.O. 31, 2426(38:1405)

Sarnia Blast see Hockey--Sutherland Cup

Sarwer, Suhail see United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Canadian connection

Saskatchewan

    >>Calvert, Lorne, Premier see Health care system--Saskatchewan Premier Calvert position re public system
    >>Progressive Conservative government of Grant Devine, defeat, economic policies factor, 6568(102:1155)
    >>See also particular subjects

Saskatchewan Association of Regional Municipalities see Western provinces--Separatism

Saskatchewan Safety Council see Railway safety/accidents--Crossings, Uncontrolled crossings

Saskatchewan School Trustees Association

    >>Nikolegsin, John, President, Craig Melvin, executive director, visiting House of Commons, S.O. 31, 7555(119:1400)

Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame

    >>Hunter, Bill, Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, Western Hockey League, World Hockey Association, founder, induction, S.O. 31, 12523(203:1355)

Saskatchewan Treaty Land Entitlement Act see Aboriginal land claims--Pre-reserve designation

Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation see Cruelty to animals--Legislation (Bill C-15), Groups concerned

Saskatoon, SK see Schools--St. Volodymyr School

Saskatoon, SK airport see Air transportation security--Increase, Passenger surcharge

Saskatoon Credit Union

    >>Credit Union Award for Community Economic Development, recipient, S.O. 31, 12256(200:1400)

Saskatoon Police Force see Crime prevention--Community policing

Saskatoon--Rosetown--Biggar constituency

    >>Description, 292(7:1340)
    >>Skelton, thanking constituents, 292(7:1340)
    >>See also Agriculture

Satellite see Telecommunications industry

Satyanarayana, Sai Krishna see Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation--Excellence awards

Saudi Arabia

    >>Bombing, Canadian William Sampson role, alleged confession, facing death penalty, human rights violation, mistreatment, possible torture, consular service access, medical treatment, etc.
    >>>o.q., 226(6:1450-5), 303(7:1440), 4266-7(66:1415), 4351(67:1430)
    >>>S.O. 31, 4780(74:1405)
    >>Prince Abdallah see Middle East peace process--Revival
    >>See also Immigration--System/policy, United States; Middle East peace process; Terrorism/terrorists--Wahhabism

Saul, John Ralston see United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Western countries partially to blame

Sault Ste. Marie, ON see Algoma Steel Inc.

Sauvageau, Benoît (BQ--Repentigny)

Sauvé, Constable Robert

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

Savard, Danielle see Laval Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Savings grants see Education, post-secondary

Savoy, Andy (Lib.--Tobique--Mactaquac)

    >>Aboriginal peoples/communities, 281(7:1225)
    >>Acadians, M. (Bergeron), 5935-6(91:1750-5)
    >>Air pollution/smog, o.q., 5664(87:1500)
    >>Border, Canada-United States, S.O. 31, 5764(89:1400)
    >>Canada Child Tax Benefit (CCTB), 282(7:1230)
    >>Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute
    >>>M. to adjourn under S.O. 52 (Crête), 7068(110:2110-5)
    >>>o.q., 2861(44:1450), 6768-9(106:1455), 9756(158:1440)
    >>>S.O. 31, 2553(40:1100)
    >>Canadian Foundation for Climate Change and Atmospheric Sciences, o.q., 878(16:1445)
    >>Drinking water, 283(7:1235)
    >>>M. on supply (Herron), 3729-30(57:1325-30)
    >>Drinking water contamination, 282-3(7:1230-5), 3729(57:1325)
    >>Early Childhood Development Initiative, 282(7:1230)
    >>East Coast Music Awards, S.O. 31, 1038(19:1410)
    >>Economic growth, 281(7:1225)
    >>Education, post-secondary, 282(7:1230)
    >>Farm income crisis, 281-2(7:1225-30)
    >>Fisheries, 282(7:1230)
    >>Food safety/inspection system, S.O. 31, 10451(169:1400)
    >>Highway safety/accidents, S.O. 31, 597(12:1405), 7955(126:1400)
    >>Highways and roads, S.O. 31, 4167(64:1400)
    >>Hockey, S.O. 31, 8476(135:1405)
    >>Home Renovation Month, S.O. 31, 6069(94:1400)
    >>Juno Awards, S.O. 31, 10384(168:1400)
    >>Leo Hayes High School, S.O. 31, 3869(59:1400)
    >>McCain Foods Ltd., 282(7:1230)
    >>>S.O. 31, 1156(21:1400-5)
    >>Members of Parliament, 281(7:1220)
    >>Millennium scholarship fund, 282(7:1230)
    >>Milliken, references, 281(7:1220)
    >>National Engineering Week, S.O. 31, 1398(24:1400)
    >>National Water Research Institute, 283(7:1235), 3730(57:1330)
    >>Natural resources, 281(7:1225)
    >>New Denmark, NB, S.O. 31, 12525(203:1405)
    >>Parental leave, 282(7:1230)
    >>Pollution, S.O. 31, 3869-70(59:1400)
    >>References
    >>>Birth of son, 3729(57:1325)
    >>>Election campaign, thanking family, supporters, 281(7:1225)
    >>>See also Drinking water contamination--Safeguards; Tobique--Mactaquac constituency
    >>Refugees, S.O. 31, 11000(179:1400)
    >>Registered Individual Learning Accounts (RILAs), 282(7:1230)
    >>Research and development, 281-2(7:1225)
    >>Savoy, references, 281(7:1225), 3729(57:1325)
    >>Species at Risk Act (Bill C-5), 9081-3(146:1225-30), 12520-2(203:1340-5)
    >>Species at risk (endangered species), 9081-3(146:1225-30), 12520-2(203:1340-5)
    >>Sustainable cities initiative, S.O. 31, 6924(109:1400)
    >>Sustainable development, o.q., 778(14:1455), 6483(100:1455)
    >>Terrorism/terrorists, M. on supply (Sorenson), 5266-7(80:1620), 5267-8(80:1630)
    >>Throne Speech, Address in Reply, M. (Macklin), 280-3(7:1220-35)
    >>Tobique--Mactaquac constituency, 281(7:1220-5)
    >>United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, 5266-7(80:1620), 5267(80:1630)
    >>>S.O. 31, 5247(80:1410)
    >>Water/freshwater, 282(7:1230)

Sawatsky, Dave see Grain industry--Marketing, Canadian Wheat Board

Sayisi Dene Nation

    >>Financial administration, accountability, forensic audit, etc., o.q., 305-6(7:1450)

Scabs see Strikebreakers

Scaini, Carol see Teachers--Prime Minister's Award for Teaching Excellence

Scarborough--Agincourt constituency

    >>Karygiannis initiatives, employment, etc., 8468(134:1750)
    >>See also Budget 2001--Pre-budget consultations; Marine conservation areas; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Canadian response

Scarborough Centre constituency

    >>Cannis, thanking constituents, 485(10:1225)
    >>See also St. Lawrence School

Scarborough East constituency see Canadian Armed Forces--Public opinion

Scherrer, Hélène (Lib.--Louis-Hébert)

    >>Alcoholic beverages, S.O. 31, 7330(115:1400)
    >>Autism, S.O. 31, 5548(85:1405)
    >>Business, S.O. 31, 8543-4(136:1400)
    >>Cancer, S.O. 31, 2425(38:1400)
    >>Canadian Sports Awards, S.O. 31, 10133(164:1410)
    >>Carol Anne Letheren International Sport Leadership Award, S.O. 31, 10715(174:1410)
    >>Castonguay, references, o.q., 5597(86:1500)
    >>Children, o.q., 11499(187:1155)
    >>Community futures program, o.q., 1523-4(26:1455)
    >>Education, post-secondary, S.O. 31, 9823(159:1405)
    >>Exports, S.O. 31, 10351(167:1105)
    >>Figure skating, S.O. 31, 12670(205:1410)
    >>"Famous Five", S.O. 31, 6320(97:1410)
    >>Francophonie, S.O. 31, 1514(26:1410)
    >>Gignac, Louis, S.O. 31, 8001(127:1100)
    >>Government on-line services (Internet), S.O. 31, 469(10:1105)
    >>Government services, o.q., 8291(132:1150)
    >>Health care system, o.q., 5598(86:1500)
    >>Hockey Night in Canada, o.q., 11992(196:1140)
    >>Homelessness, S.O. 31, 8284(132:1110)
    >>Infrastructure Canada Program, S.O. 31, 10452-3(169:1410)
    >>Laval University, S.O. 31, 8638(138:1410)
    >>Letheren, Carol Anne, S.O. 31, 217-8(6:1410)
    >>Medal of Bravery, S.O. 31, 8001(127:1100)
    >>Mérite Stellaris Gala, S.O. 31, 11985(196:1100)
    >>Municipalities, o.q., 12717(206:1140)
    >>National AIDS Awareness Week, S.O. 31, 7555(119:1400)
    >>National Cancer Survivors Day, S.O. 31, 4581(71:1405)
    >>National Hemophilia Month, S.O. 31, 7703(122:1100)
    >>National Marine Day, S.O. 31, 4067(62:1405)
    >>Olympics, 2002 Winter Games (Salt Lake City, United States), S.O. 31, 8752(140:1410), 9139(147:1110)
    >>Ottawa, ON, S.O. 31, 4471(69:1405-10)
    >>Quebec City Carnival, S.O. 31, 418(9:1405)
    >>References, election as Member of Parliament, thanking voters, S.O. 31, 418(9:1405)
    >>>See also Quebec City, QC--Municipal amalgamation
    >>Refugees, o.q., 4271(66:1440)
    >>Scherrer, references, S.O. 31, 418(9:1405)
    >>Species at Risk Act (Bill C-5), 9109-10(146:1535-40), 12405-7(202:1545-50)
    >>Species at risk (endangered species), 9109-10(146:1535-40), 12405-7(202:1545-50)
    >>St. Lawrence River, S.O. 31, 12183-4(199:1415)
    >>Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), S.O. 31, 9361(151:1415)
    >>Summit of the Americas (April 2001, Quebec City, QC), o.q., 3567(54:1440)
    >>Terrorism/terrorists, S.O. 31, 9751(158:1415)
    >>Tobacco products, S.O. 31, 3983(61:1410)
    >>Trade, S.O. 31, 418(9:1405)
    >>World Poetry Day, S.O. 31, 1974(33:1405)
    >>Youth, S.O. 31, 11875(194:1410)

Schmidt, Werner (CA--Kelowna)

Schmirler, Sandra

    >>Curler, Olympic gold medallist, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 152(5:1100)

Schneeberger, John see Sex offenders/pedophiles

Scholarships

    >>Prince of Wales Community Leader Scholarship see Dean, Ashley
    >>See also Air transportation--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Flights diverted; Education, post-secondary--Education tax credit--Scholarships; Everingham, Kim; Millennium scholarship fund; University research--Graduate students

School buses

    >>Seat belts see Seat belts--Requiring
    >>See also Education--Funding

School trips see Foot and mouth disease--Preventing

SchoolNet (Internet)

    >>Broadband access, providing, Budget 2001 measure, 8081(128:1635)
    >>Extending to 2003-2004, Budget 2001 measure, 8081(128:1635)
    >>French language content, highest in world, o.q., 697(13:1450)
    >>Government continuing support, enhancing, Throne Speech statement, 11(2:1530), 331(7:1740)
    >>Rural, remote and aboriginal communities, importance to, 11(2:1530), 90(4:1250)

Schools

    >>Closing, Saint John, NB, federal government funding cutbacks, 2459(38:1725)
    >>Internet connectivity see Internet--Schools; SchoolNet
    >>Private sector, building, 5039(77:2010)
    >>St. Volodymyr School, Saskatoon, SK, students letters to Pankiw re concerns, taxation, national debt, etc., S.O. 31, 2427(38:1410)
    >>User fees, parents paying, Ontario, 8354(133:1745)
    >>See also Aboriginal peoples/communities--Education; Canadian Armed Forces--Bases, stations and camps, CFB Esquimalt; Catholic Central High School, London, ON, 50th anniversary; Earth Day/Week; Kenner Collegiate; Listowel District Secondary School; Peterborough Collegiate and Vocational School; Private schools; Willow Cree Educational Complex; World Day Against Child Labour

Schooner see Royal Canadian Mint--Coins, Bluenose schooner

Science see Canadian Academies of Science; Canadian Foundation for Climate Change and Atmospheric Sciences; Drinking water--National standards; Education; Environment--Liberal government (Chrétien), decisions based on politics, not science; International Week of Science and Peace; Life sciences; Research and development; Technology

Science and technology

    >>Government wide policy on science and technology advice, o.q., 10653(173:1455-500)
    >>Investment, research, increasing, necessity, 461(10:1020)
    >>Standing Committee, creating, 461-2(10:1020-5)
    >>See also Marine science and technology; Shad International; Technology

Science fairs see Canada-Wide Science Fair; La Vérendrey School; Sorocéanu, Alexandra; Youth Science Foundation of Canada

Scientific community see Canada Foundation for Sustainable Development Technology

Scientific Consensus Statement see Marine conservation areas--Marine organisms

Scientists see Foot and mouth disease--Veterinarians; Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Scotia Gully see Marine conservation areas--Oil and gas leases

Scotian Shelf see Sable Gully

Scotland see Elections--Proportional representation

Scotsburn Dairy Co-operative see Dairy industry

Scott, Hon. Andy (Lib.--Fredericton)

    >>Aboriginal self-government, o.q., 3935(60:1155)
    >>Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36), 7416(117:1040)
    >>Atlantic Canada, S.O. 31, 1450(25:1100-5), 11943(195:1410), 11986(196:1105)
    >>Atlantic Journalism Awards, S.O. 31, 1158(189:1405)
    >>Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation, S.O. 31, 12767(207:1400)
    >>Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, S.O. 31, 10596(172:1110)
    >>CARIS, S.O. 31, 12182-3(199:1410)
    >>Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada (Romanow), S.O. 31, 10760(175:1410)
    >>Courts Administration Service Act (Bill C-30), 8177(130:1510)
    >>Criminal Code (amdt.--organized crime and law enforcement)(Bill C-24), 4404(68:1505)
    >>Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15), 5914(91:1505)
    >>Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15A), 6030(93:1205)
    >>Criminal Code (amdt.--cruelty to animals and firearms) and Firearms Act (amdt.)(Bill C-15B), 7906-7(125:1520)
    >>Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital, S.O. 31, 5904(91:1400)
    >>East Coast Music Awards, S.O. 31, 767(14:1400)
    >>"Famous Five", S.O. 31, 6319(97:1410)
    >>Fredericton, NB, S.O. 31, 11943(195:1400)
    >>Government on-line services, o.q., 10770(175:1500)
    >>Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival, S.O. 31, 5342(82:1410)
    >>International Year of Volunteers, S.O. 31, 7603(120:1400)
    >>Jeunesses Musicales Montreal International Competition, S.O. 31, 12833(208:1355)
    >>Judges Act (amdt.)(Bill C-12), 2783(43:1515)
    >>Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee, 2783(43:1515), 3525(54:1005), 4404(68:1505), 5914(91:1505), 6030(93:1205), 6528(101:1505), 6801(107:1005), 7416(117:1040), 7906-7(125:1520), 8177(130:1510), 8765(140:1520), 9420(152:1210), 12399-400(202:1505)
    >>Leo Hayes High School, S.O. 31, 3869(59:1355)
    >>National Elizabeth Fry Week, S.O. 31, 11221(183:1400)
    >>Official languages policy (Bilingualism), S.O. 31, 12952(210:1405)
    >>Olympics, 2002 Winter Games (Salt Lake City, United States), S.O. 31, 9251(149:1355)
    >>Pesticides, petitions, 3320(51:1505)
    >>Procedure, Committees, Parliamentary, 12400(202:1505)
    >>Thériault, Camille, S.O. 31, 2116(34:1405)
    >>Trade, S.O. 31, 1096(20:1055)
    >>Trudeau, Right Hon. Pierre Elliott, S.O. 31, 9652(156:1405)
    >>United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, M. (Chrétien), 5169-70(79:1800-10)
    >>University research, o.q., 9890(160:1500)
    >>VIA Rail Canada Inc., petitions, 5090(78:1505), 8071(128:1525)
    >>Youth Criminal Justice Act (Bill C-7), 3525(54:1005)

Scott Tournament of Hearts see Curling

Scrapie

    >>Outbreak, threat, herds destroyed, compensating farmers, 1894-5(32:1255), 2749(42:2100)

Scriver, Dr. Charles see Canadian Medical Hall of Fame

Scrutiny of Regulations Standing Joint Committee

    >>Bernier, Francois, legal counsel, letter to newspaper re effectiveness of committee, breach of impartiality role, 9000-1(144:1510-20)
    >>Membership see Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee--Reports, Twenty-fourth--Reports, Thirty-fifth
    >>Reports, presented
    >>>First (Additional terms of reference), 1646(28:1505)
    >>>>Concurrence, M. (Pankiw), agreed to, 2286(37:1225)
    >>>Second (Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Regulations, C.R.C. 1978, c. 285, revoking section 58), 4751(74:1005)
    >>>Third, 7129(112:1005)
    >>>Fourth (Northwest Territories Reindeer Regulations, revocation of subsection 15(5)), 7929(126:1005)
    >>>Fifth, 8873(142:1205)
    >>>Sixth (Aboriginal Communal Fishing Licences Regulations), 12042(197:1510)
    >>>>Comprehensive government response, request pursuant to S.O. 109, 12042(197:1510)
    >>Travel, authorization
    >>>M. (Lee), 4822(74:1850)
    >>>M. (Regan), 12859(208:1635)
    >>See also Aboriginal fishing rights--Illegal; Diplomatic immunity--Foreign delegates; Regulations

Scully, Robert Guy see Canada Information Office (CIO)--Information programs; Government contracts--Sponsorship program, Lafleur Communications Marketing

Sculptures see Ice sculptures

S.D. Myers, Inc.

    >>Toxic waste exports, suing Canada under North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Chapter 11 provisions, 2415(37:2645-50), 3368(52:1150)

SE2 see Sumas II natural gas fired electric power plant (SE2)

Sea Island diving team see Search and rescue--West coast

Sea King helicopters

Sea lamprey see Fisheries--Research and development, Funding

Seabirds see Oil spills

Seaborn panel see Nuclear waste--Seaborn panel

Seafreez fish plant see Salmon, Atlantic--Red fish

Seals

    >>Seal hunt, quota, increasing, cod fishery, relationship, o.q., 10310(166:1450), 10653(173:1455), 10883-4(177:1145)
    >>See also Fisheries--Atlantic stocks; Salmon, Atlantic--Stock

Search and rescue

    >>British Columbia rescue stations, closed, 3097(47:1935)
    >>Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary role, government funding agreement, o.q., 10561(171:1440)
    >>Canadian Coast Guard role, 1499(26:1225)
    >>>See also Search and rescue--Newfoundland--West coast
    >>Funding, $115 million enhancement, o.q., 1046(19:1450), 1103(20:1130)
    >>Labrador helicopters, aging fleet, CH-149 Cormorant replacements, 8395(133:2330-5), 10520(170:1725)
    >>>422 Squadron, Comox, BC, October 2001 delivery, S.O. 31, 12343(201:1105)
    >>>Delivery, waiting, 4753-5(74:1025-35)
    >>>>o.q., 4349(67:1415), 4660(72:1430)
    >>Newfoundland, Canadian Coast Guard services, cutbacks, impact, 1866-7(31:1820-30)
    >>>o.q., 1103(20:1125-30)
    >>Nunavut, volunteers, uniforms, Ottawa Emergency Medical Services donation, S.O. 31, 10351(167:1110)
    >>Vancouver Island rescue, deaths, helicopter delayed for Fisheries and Oceans Minister Dhaliwal photo-op, o.q., 6667(104:1450)
    >>Vancouver team, international missions, gaining experience, dispatching, government refusal, 356(8:1540)
    >>Vessels, obligations, 1382(24:1210-15), 1503(26:1250)
    >>West coast, Sea Island diving team, Canadian Coast Guard disbanding, 1359-60(23:1825-30), 3097(47:1935)
    >>>o.q., 827(15:1150), 1046(19:1450)
    >>>Re-instating, petitions, 3493(53:1540), 4594(71:1515), 4713(73:1515), 4911(76:1505)
    >>>Sandhu, Paul, death as result of decision, 1078-9(19:1825-30), 1359-60(23:1825-30)
    >>>>o.q., 959(17:1450-5), 1046(19:1450)
    >>See also Euro Princess; Ocean Ranger; Sea King helicopters; Weather forecasting

Search and seizure without warrant

    >>Legal technicalities, court decisions, Feeney case, etc., 4189-90(64:1625-30)
    >>See also Criminal Code (amdt.--search and seizure without warrant)(Bill C-245); Gun control/guns

Search warrants see Canada Customs and Revenue Agency--International letters and parcels, Failure to obtain

Seasonal buoys see Marine transportation

Seasonal workers

    >>Atlantic provinces, employment insurance eligibility, worker migration, relationship, 610-1(12:1515-20), 2510-1(39:1120-5)
    >>Budget 2001 ignoring, 8850(141:1725)
    >>Churchill constituency, employment insurance cutbacks, impact, 630(12:1730-5)
    >>Employment Insurance Act, amendments improving benefits, Liberal Party members, election promises, 2790-1(43:1555-605)
    >>>o.q., 1040(19:1420), 4658(72:1420)
    >>Employment insurance
    >>>Active measures, economic diversification, solutions, 579-80(12:1205)
    >>>Paying, unfair, 10899(177:1340)
    >>Government helping, lack, 3506(53:1650)
    >>Human Resources Development Department, officials, harassment of workers, 2505(39:1045-50)
    >>>o.q., 221(6:1425)
    >>Legislation, Employment Insurance Act and the Employment Insurance (Fishing) Regulations (amdt.)(Bill C-2), impact, 202-3(6:1225-35), 579(12:1205), 593(12:1340)
    >>>o.q., 1040-1(19:1420-5), 3397(52:1445-50)4703-4(73:1425)
    >>Newfoundland, employment insurance eligibility, impact, worker migration, 250(6:1740-5)
    >>Northern Canada, environmental factor, year-round work unavailable, 253(6:1800-5)
    >>Special status, employment insurance application, need , 2518(39:1225), 2795(43:1630)
    >>>Natural resources, subsidized exploitation, 635(12:1805)
    >>>o.q., 3396-7(52:1445-50)
    >>Tobin, Industry Minister, unemployed constituents benefitting from Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency funding, fairness, S.O. 31, 6416(99:1415)
    >>See also Employment insurance; Employment insurance economic regions; Employment rate--Argenteuil--Papineau--Mirabel constituency--Matapédia--Matane constituency

Seat belts

    >>Requiring, all vehicles under federal jurisdiction and school buses, 4536(70:1210)
    >>>See also Canada Seat Belt Act (Bill C-366)

SEC see Securty Exchange Commission (SEC)

Second Cup Restaurants

    >>Montréal, QC, bombing, Rhéal Mathieu conviction, Equality Party response, 6241-2(95:2045-50)

Secret ballots see Committees, Parliamentary, Chair; House of Commons proceedings--Free votes

Secretaries Day

    >>Celebrating, S.O. 31, 3141(48:1410)

Sectoral advisory groups on international trade (SAGITs) see Free Trade Area of the Americas--Secrecy, Corporations

Secure identification card see Air transportation security--Increase, Passenger identification

"Securing Our Future" see Finance Standing Committee--Reports, Tenth

Securities and derivatives clearing houses see Securities industry

Securities industry

    >>Dealers see Banks and financial institutions--Payments system
    >>Derivatives
    >>>Risk, high, lack of regulations, etc., 2567(40:1215)
    >>>Speculative derivatives market, regulatory problems, Enron Corporation and Long Term Capital Management (LTCM) financial problems, relationship, etc., 10613-5(172:1245-300), 11467-8(186:1645-55)
    >>>See also Securities industry--Securities and derivatives clearing houses
    >>Regulation
    >>>Canadian/national securities commission, establishing, 11464(186:1625), 11469(186:1705)
    >>>>Quebec position, 11465(186:1635), 11466(186:1640)
    >>>Federal-provincial jurisdiction factor, establishing federal securities commission, Finance Minister Martin position, etc., o.q., 11717-8(191:1150)
    >>>Streamlining, necessity, etc., 11464(186:1620-30)
    >>>See also Securities industry--Derivatives
    >>Securities and derivatives clearing houses, importance of industry, protecting netting agreements and allowing collateral arrangements, bankruptcy factor, international competitiveness, etc., 10592-3(172:1050-5), 10608-9(172:1205-10), 10610-1(172:1215-25), 10612(172:1230), 10613(172:1240-5), 10614-5(172:1255-300), 10615-7(172:1305-10) , 11462-4(186:1610-20), 11464-7(186:1630-50), 11468-9(186:1655-705), 11470-1(186:1710-25)
    >>>Bank for International Settlements (BIS) recommendations, relationship, 10609(172:1210), 10615(172:1300), 10617(172:1310), 11463(186:1620), 11469(186:1700)
    >>>Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corporation (CDCC), Bourse de Montréal Inc. (Montreal Stock Exchange) subsidiary, impact, 10610(172:1215-20), 10615(172:1255), 11464-6(186:1630-40), 11467(186:1650)
    >>>Cited, roles, etc., Canadian Depository for Securities (CDS), Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corporation (CDCC) and WCE Clearing Corporation (WCECC), 10593(172:1050), 10615(172:1300), 11462(186:1610)
    >>>International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) recommendations, relationship, 11469(186:1700)
    >>>Legislation
    >>>>Senate, origination in, 10610(172:1220), 10615(172:1255), 11464(186:1620), 11465(186:1635), 11466(186:1645), 11468(186:1655)
    >>>>See also Payment Clearing and Settlement Act (amdt.)(Bill S-40)
    >>See also Capital gains tax--Charitable donations--Gifts of listed securities

Security see Air transportation security; Border, Canada-United States; Borders, international; Budget 2001; G-8 Summit (Kananaskis, AB, June 2002)--Expenditures; G-20 Summit (Ottawa, ON, November 2001); International conferences; National security; Oil and gas industry--Come By Chance, NF refinery; Parliament Hill; Ports/harbours; Public safety--Legislation, Civil liberties; Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting, Anti-Terrorism Act (Bill C-36), Civil liberties; Transport Department--Safety and security expenditures; Transportation Appeal Tribunal of Canada--Decision-making powers; Water/freshwater