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Security and Intelligence Special Senate Committee see Terrorism/terrorists--Activities, Loss of charitable organization status

Security Exchange Commission (SEC) see Corporations--Dispute settlement tribunal

Security Intelligence Review Committee (SIRC)

    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Privy Council Office
    >>See also Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting, Canadian Security Intelligence Agency (CSIS)

Security of Freedom: Essays on Canada's Anti-Terrorism Bill see Terrorism/terrorists, combatting--Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36), Civil liberties/Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

Security of Information Act see Official Secrets Act

Seed certification see Genetically modified organisms (GMOs)--Wheat

Seeing eye dogs see Visually impaired persons

Seewald, Const. Jurgen Ziggy

    >>Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer, killed in line of duty, tribute, S.O. 31, 1515(26:1410)

Séguin commission see Taxation--Federal-provincial tax/fiscal imbalance

Seized Property Management Act see Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee

Sekora, Lou see Citizenship judges

Self-employed workers

    >>Canada Pension Plan (CPP), Quebec Pension Plan, contributions, deducting, 2290(37:1250), 2872(44:1605), 3916(60:1005)
    >>>See also Income Tax Amendments Act, 2000 (Bill C-22)
    >>See also Employment insurance--Eligibility--Review; Farmers/farms--Unstable employment; Parental leave

Selkirk--Interlake constituency

    >>Hilstrom, thanking constituents, 377(8:1810)
    >>See also Volunteers

Semaine d'action contre la racisme

    >>Awareness, raising, S.O. 31, 1824(31:1405)

Semaine nationale de la Francophonie see Francophonie--Celebrations

Semaine Québécoise des Personnes Handicapées

    >>Disabled and handicapped persons, rights, recognizing, S.O. 31, 12182(199:1410)

Senate

Senate Banking, Trade and Commerce Standing Committee see Banks and financial institutions--Mergers; Export Development Corporation (EDC)--Private export credit guarantees

Senate Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources Standing Committee

    >>Taylor, Nicholas, Chair see Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)--Reducing, Canada ratifying protocol, Oil and gas industry

Senate messages see Bills, Senate--House concurrence

Senate National Finance Standing Committee see Equalization payments

Senate Social Affairs, Science and Technology Standing Committee see Health care system--Renewal

Senate Transport and Communications Standing Committee see Bus industry--Deregulation

Senators

    >>Former
    >>>Death see Chaput-Rolland, Sen. Solange; Macquarrie, Sen. Heath; Olsen, Hon. Bud
    >>>See also Gladstone, Sen. James
    >>See also Berntson--References; Committees, Parliamentary--Research assistance to Members of Parliament and Senators; Molgat, Hon. Senator Gildas L.; Senate--Respect for work of Senators; St. Germain

Senegal

    >>Labour sponsored investment fund, establishment, based on Fonds de solidarite des travailleurs du Quebec, S.O. 31, 10832(176:1405) see Canada-Senagal Income Tax Convention

Senior citizens

    >>Budget 2001 not addressing concerns, 8418-9(134:1205), 8850(141:1725), 8881(142:1300), 8882(142:1305)
    >>Health care, specialty care programs, underfunding, S.O. 31, 5547(85:1400)
    >>Housing and health care facilities, lack, government correcting, petitions, 538(11:1510)
    >>Income tax on benefits, reducing, petitions, 6936(109:1510)
    >>Increase in number, 8418(134:1205)
    >>Institutional care, concerns, 8418(134:1205)
    >>Knowledge level, high, 8418(134:1205)
    >>Liberal government (Chrétien) insensitivity, 2947(46:1225), 3948(60:1325)
    >>Living alone, Beauharnois--Salaberry constituency, high amount, 360(8:1610)
    >>North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) effects, 2422-3(37:2745)
    >>"Old is cool", 8418(134:1205)
    >>Pension income
    >>>Decline, Old Age Security, Guaranteed Income Supplement, increase, need, 2314(37:1520)
    >>>>o.q., 3617(55:1155-200)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 5860(90:1400)
    >>>Deductions, money owed Canada Customs and Revenue Agency (CCRA)
    >>>Increase, necessity, 2323(37:1625-30), 2328(37:1705), 10623-4(172:1400-5)
    >>>Registered Retirement Savings Plans (RRSPs), withdrawals, penalties, 3949(60:1325)
    >>>Utility rate increases, burden, S.O. 31, 4835(75:1100)
    >>>Windfall benefits, Old Age Security, seniors benefit, income tax, adverse impact, fairness, 3948(60:1325)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 3926(60:1115)
    >>Poverty, 3414(52:1635)
    >>>Combatting, progress, Throne Speech statement, 12(2:1530), 133-4(4:1725)
    >>>Low income, percentage, decline, Statistics Canada, o.q., 8128(129:1450), 8285(132:1120)
    >>Retirement age, raise to 70, 3858(59:1240)
    >>Seniors Month, June, S.O. 31, 4980-1(77:1400), 12343(201:1105)
    >>See also Aging population; Airlines--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Automobile insurance; Benzodiapines--Addiction; Canada Health Act--Five principles; Government assistance, Youth and senior citizens fares; Banks and financial institutions--Branch closures; Birkdale Seniors Community Centre; Contests--Deceptive; Credit cards--Advances; Dollar exchange rate--Decline; Domenic di Luca Seniors; Drug and substance abuse; Drugs and pharmaceuticals--Costs, Increasing; Employment insurance--Eligibility; Guaranteed Income Supplement; Health care system; Home care; Interest rates--Decline; International Day of Older Persons; National Seniors Safety Week; North Islington Seniors; Standard of living--Decline; Taxation; Women

Seniority see Air Canada--Canadian Airlines purchase/merger, Pilots

Seniors Month see Senior citizens

Senneterre, QC see Drinking water--Awards

Sentences (convicted criminals)

    >>Aboriginal offenders, alternatives to incarceration, 2246(36:1645)
    >>Aboriginal status of offender, taking into consideration
    >>>Provision, elimination, 1838(31:1515), 8650(138:1520)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 1823(31:1400)
    >>>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.)(Bill C-302); Sentences (convicted criminals)--Sex offenders; Youth justice system--Sentences, Alternatives to incarceration
    >>Break and enter, repeat offenders, minimum two year sentence, 1363(24:1005), 3427-35(52:1755-855), 4947(77:1015), 11620-6(189:1740-1830)
    >>>o.q., 3261950:1200)
    >>>S.O. 31, 1100(20:1110-5)
    >>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.--breaking and entering)(Bill C-290); Criminal Code (amdt.--breaking and entering)(Bill C-386)
    >>Conditional sentences
    >>>Breach of order, revocation, serving full sentence in custody, 8488(135:1520)
    >>>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.--breach of a conditional sentence order)(Bill C-424)
    >>>Failure, 3645(56:1240-5)
    >>>Sex/serious/violent offenders, exclusion, 262(7:1020), 2234(36:1515), 5306(81:1620)
    >>>>Lauzon, Veronique, case, S.O. 31, 1156(21:1400)
    >>>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.--conditional sentences)(Bill C-238); Criminal Code (amdt.--sex offences and violent offences)(Bill C-392); Youth justice system--Sentences, Alternative
    >>Consecutive see Gun control/guns--Crime
    >>Dangerous/long term offenders, lengthening, government measure, 1581(27:1305)
    >>Judiciary, accountability/responsibility, failure, 1538-40(26:1635-45), 1547-8(26:1740), 3645(56:1240)
    >>Level of security, first third of sentence, sentencing judge determining, 7218(113:1205)
    >>>See also Corrections and Conditional Release Act (amdt.--sentencing judge to determine level of security of incarceration of inmate for first third of sentence)(Bill C-412)
    >>Life sentence
    >>>First and second degree murder conviction
    >>>>Mandatory term of at least two years in maximum security institution
    >>>>>o.q., 1045-6(19:1445), 11449(186:1435)
    >>>>>S.O. 31, 2221(36:1400)
    >>>>Transfer to medium/minimum security institutions within months of sentencing, insult to victims and families, o.q., 1045(19:1445), 9543-4(154:1440)
    >>>Second violent offence conviction, 1463(25:1200)
    >>>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.--violent crimes)(Bill C-291)
    >>>See also Terrorism/terrorists--Crime/criminalization
    >>Multiple murderers, rapists, etc., concurrent sentences, replacing with consecutive/cumulative sentence, legislation, Liberal government (Chrétien) rejecting, 1569-70(27:1145), 6209(95:1550)
    >>Murderers, first degree conviction, average sentence served, Solicitor General MacAulay/Correctional Service of Canada figures, differences, o.q., 11564(188:1515-20)
    >>National standards, establishing, 8650(138:1520)
    >>Obligatory 25 years sentence after third conviction of violent offence, 3619(55:1205)
    >>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.--violent crimes)(Bill C-343)
    >>Property obtained through crime, importing, prohibiting, 14 year maximum sentence, creating, 2784(43:1515)
    >>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.--theft over $100,000)(Bill C-328)
    >>Proportionate accountability principle, 8492(135:1535)
    >>Race-based provisions, discriminatory, 8650(138:1520), 8657(138:1620)
    >>Sex offenders, aboriginal status, taking into considerations,
    >>>o.q., 1773(30:1145)
    >>>S.O. 31, 1823(31:1400)
    >>Terrorist activities
    >>>Consecutive to other sentences imposed, 6166(95:1025), 6177(95:1200)
    >>>Life sentence and restricted parole eligibility, 6166(95:1025), 6177(95:1200), 6183(95:1245), 7618(120:1520)
    >>>Minimum sentence, 6183(95:1245)
    >>Theft over $100,000, 14 year maximum sentence, creating, 2784(43:1515)
    >>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.--theft over $100,000)(Bill C-328)
    >>See also Child prostitution; Drug smuggling/trafficking--Convictions; Impaired driving; Marijuana--Cultivation; Passports--Forged/forging operations; Youth justice system

Separation/sovereignty

    >>Threat, constant, 486(10:1235)
    >>See also Quebec separation/sovereignty; Western provinces

Sept-Îles, QC see Drinking water contamination; Iron Ore Company of Canada

Sept-Îles, QC airport see Air transportation security--Increase, Passenger surcharge

Serious offenders see Sentences (convicted criminals)--Conditional sentences

Serpent Mounds Park

    >>Hiawatha First Nation operating, national heritage site designation, S.O. 31, 12873-4(209:1405)

Serré, Benoît (Lib.--Timiskaming--Cochrane; Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of Natural Resources and Minister responsible for the Canadian Wheat Board)

Service charges see Banks and financial institutions

Service, Robert see Yukon--Gold rush

Services see Engineering; Free Trade Area of the Americas; General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS); Telecommunications industry

Services industry

Seuret, Tony

    >>Thunder Bay, ON, community leader, retirement, tribute, S.O. 31, 8475(135:1400)

Severance pay see Employment insurance--Benefits; Noranda Inc.--Gaspé copper smelter

Severe weather warnings see Weather forecasting

Sewage dumping see Boats; Jasper, AB (Jasper National Park); Ports/harbours--Halifax, NS--Victoria, BC; VIA Rail Canada Inc.--Toilets on trains

Sewage systems

    >>Hamilton, ON, privatization, 3759(57:1625)
    >>Municipal wastewater effluent
    >>>Environment Department national forum, 4310(66:1925)
    >>>Sir Sandford Fleming College, wastewater research grant, 10445(169:1325)
    >>See also Aboriginal peoples/communities--Housing; Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)--Water and sewage treatment projects; Drinking water--Municipal water and sewage systems--Safety, Water and sewage treatment technology; Drinking water contamination--North Battleford, SK

Sex Offender Registry Act (Bill C-333)--White, R.

    >>First reading, 2785(43:1525)
    >>Second reading, 11972-5(195:1730-50)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 11975(195:1750)
    >>See also National sex offender registry--Legislation

Sex offenders/pedophiles

    >>Abuse victims, 1567(27:1130), 10267(165:1810)
    >>Canada, haven, 8730(139:1625)
    >>Canadian Alliance position, changing/amending after Jack Ramsay conviction, 1577(27:1240)
    >>Canadians, acts in foreign countries, convicting, 6313(97:1320)
    >>>Difficulties, Alan Young, law professor, position, 5333(82:1105)
    >>>See also Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15A)
    >>Caza, David, convicted pedophile, breach of probation, applying for job in Ontario day care centres, 1586(27:1340)
    >>Clavet, SK, experience, 8728-9(139:1605-10), 8730(139:1620)
    >>Contact with children, restrictions, judicial powers, 1010(18:1515), 6313(97:1320)
    >>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.--Order of prohibition)(Bill C-274); Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001 (Bill C-15A)
    >>Criticizing on air, Canadian Broadcasting Standards Council review, 1575-6(27:1230)
    >>DNA evidence databank information, 1603(27:1515-20), 8726(139:1550)
    >>Early release from prison, stopping, petitions, 4103(63:1510)
    >>Fredericks, Joseph, repeat sex offender, rape/murder of 11 year old Christopher Stephenson, 1558(27:1020-5), 1569(27:1145), 1605(27:1530), 1618(27:1650), 8729(139:1610)
    >>>See also Sex offenders/pedophiles--Psychotherapy and sexual disorder research
    >>Hart, Benjamin Corey, 8696(139:1220)
    >>Hay, Donald Alexander, kidnapping, 181 day confinement, sexual assault on 12 year old Abby Drover, life sentence, applying for parole every 24 months, 1615-8(27:1635-50)
    >>Health, information, availability, mandatory, 8723(139:1525)
    >>High risk/dangerous offenders
    >>>Designation, 1587(27:1345-50), 1612(27:1615), 8700(139:1245), 8701(139:1255-300), 8707(139:1340-50), 8723(139:1520), 8726(139:1550)
    >>>>Bernardo, Paul, example, 1618-20(27:1655-710)
    >>>>Petitions, 4103(63:1510), 11233(183:1505)
    >>>Flagging, peace bonds, posting, etc., 1560(27:1040), 1610(27:1600), 1613(27:1620), 8685(139:1045), 8685(139:1055), 8701(139:1255)
    >>>Sentences, indeterminate, 8726(139:1550)
    >>Individuals, whereabouts
    >>>Distance from victim, regulating, 8723(139:1525)
    >>>Information released to community, 1559(27:1030), 1565(27:1115)
    >>>Tracking, police, inability, 1569-70(27:1145-50),1573(27:1210), 1579-80(27:1255), 1582(27:1310-5), 1584(27:1325)
    >>Long term offender designation, supervision after completing sentence, 1560(27:1040), 1610(27:1600), 1612(27:1615), 8701(139:1300), 8707(139:1340-50)
    >>National screening system, 1560(27:1035), 1581(27:1305), 1610(27:1600), 8701(139:1255)
    >>>See also Child care--Workers
    >>Penitentiary inmates, parolees, percentage, 1556(27:1010), 1574(27:1220), 1586(27:1335), 1607(27:1540), 1614(27:1625)
    >>Psychotherapy and sexual disorder research, funding, Christopher Stephenson inquest recommendation, 1620(27:1705-10)
    >>Public opinion, 10262-3(165:1725-30)
    >>Public safety, rights, priority, petitions, 4103(63:1510)
    >>Recidivism rate, 1556(27:1010), 1563-4(27:1105), 1565-6(27:1115), 1574(27:1220), 1576(27:1230), 1587(27:1350), 1606(27:1535), 1613(27:1625), 1616(27:1640), 8682-3(139:1030-5), 8685(139:1055), 8689(139:1120), 8693(139:1150), 8698(139:1235), 8703(139:1310), 8722(139:1515), 8723(139:1520), 8728(139:1605), 8732-3(139:1640), 8734(139:1655), 8736(139:1710), 10267(165:1805)
    >>>Incurable, 1606(27:1535)
    >>>Release, nine time convicted offender, 1583-4(27:1315-25)
    >>Records of parolees/pardoned offenders, flagged, accessible from screening purposes, 1578-9(27:1250), 1581(27:1305), 1587(27:1345)
    >>Red Deer, AB, experience, 8735-6(139:1705)
    >>Registration on or prior to release from prison, penalties for failure to register, 1613(27:1620)
    >>Rehabilitation/treatment programs
    >>>Expenditures, etc., 1606(27:1535)
    >>>Mandatory/voluntary participation, 1606(27:1535), 1607(27:1545), 8723(139:1520), 10262-4(165:1725-40)
    >>>Results, unsuccessful, 8682(139:1030), 8723(139:1520)
    >>>>Boulianne, Raymond, case, 10263(165:1730-5)
    >>>Study, government, 1990, results, 8682-3(139:1030)
    >>Release
    >>>Communities without supervision, 1613(27:1625)
    >>>Conditions, 1572(27:1205), 8700(139:1245), 8726(139:1550)
    >>>Denying, 8723(139:1525)
    >>>Victims, warning, 8723(139:1525), 8736(139:1705-10)
    >>Schneeberger, John, mandatory, court-ordered visits with children, 1584(27:1320-5), 3712(57:1120)
    >>>o.q., 3058-8(47:1455), 4275-6(66:1500), 4399-400(68:1440-5), 4480-1(69:1450), 4530(70:1145)
    >>>See also Divorce--Child access; Divorce Act (amdt.--limit on rights of child access by sex offenders)(Bill C-400)
    >>Sentences
    >>>Fines, effectiveness, 10262(165:1730)
    >>>Inadequate, 1538-9(26:1635-40), 1553(26:1820), 1607(27:1540)
    >>>Mandatory two year minimum/hybrid offence, 10262(165:1725), 10263-4(165:1740), 10266(165:1800-5)
    >>>Strict, necessity, 8723(139:1520), 10263(165:1735)
    >>>See also Sex offenders/pedophiles--High risk/dangerous offenders
    >>Treatment see Sex offenders/pedophiles--Rehabilitation
    >>United States, Washington law, 8723(139:1520-5)
    >>Victims, children, youth, adults and seniors, 1571(27:1155-200)
    >>Vigilantism, provoking, 8688(139:1115)
    >>Violent sexual predators, conviction, sentence to 20 years to life, no chance of parole,
    >>>Kohan, Carrie, Carrie's Guardian Angel Law, 5517(85:1005)
    >>>>Petitions, 5091(78:1510)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 1713-4(29:1400-5)
    >>>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.--dangerous child sexual predators)(Bill C-396)
    >>>Petitions, 6163(95:1005)
    >>Whitmore, Peter, breach of release conditions, re-offending, 1572-3(27:1205-10), 1580-2(27:1300-10)
    >>See also Child sexual abuse/assault/exploitation; National sex offender registry; Sentences (convicted criminals)

Sex tourism see Child prostitution; Sex offenders/pedophiles--Canadians

Sexual abuse/assault

    >>Impact, 8688(139:1115)
    >>Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), investigation course, 1612(27:1620)
    >>Trials, witnesses, protection, 5306-7(81:1620)
    >>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.--witness protection)(Bill C-393)
    >>See also Child sexual abuse/assault/exploitation

Sexual content see Television--Violence

Sexual orientation see Hate crimes

Sexual predators see Child sexual abuse/assault/exploitation passim; Public safety; Sex offenders/pedophiles

Sgro, Judy (Lib.--York West)

    >>Aboriginal peoples/communities, 8154(129:1815), 8155(129:1820)
    >>Air pollution/smog, 8154(129:1815)
    >>Anthrax
    >>>o.q., 6199(95:1440)
    >>>S.O. 31, 6320(97:1415)
    >>Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36), 6219-20(95:1715-20)
    >>Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-56), 11610-2(189:1635-40)
    >>Border, Canada-United States, 8155(129:1820)
    >>Budget 2001
    >>>M. (Boudria), 7112-4(111:1650-700), 7115(111:1705)
    >>>M. for approval (Martin, Paul), 8154-6(129:1815-30)
    >>Canada, S.O. 31, 6415-6(99:1410)
    >>Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation, S.O. 31, 4583(71:1415)
    >>Canadian Institutes of Health research, 8155(129:1820)
    >>Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC), 1578(27:1245)
    >>Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), 8155(129:1820)
    >>Canadian sovereignty, M. on supply (McDonough), 9357(151:1355), 9371-2(151:1505-10)
    >>Cancer, S.O. 31, 2425(38:1400)
    >>Carey, Capt. Patrick Joseph, S.O. 31, 3657(56:1405-10)
    >>Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety to the Convention on Biological Diversity, o.q., 3055(47:1440)
    >>Child care, 1578(27:1245)
    >>Child sexual abuse/assault/exploitation, 1578-9(27:1245-55)
    >>>M. on supply (Spencer), 10733-5(174:1605-15)
    >>>o.q., 2173(35:1140)
    >>Chrétien, references, S.O. 31, 10385(168:1410)
    >>Commuter rail service, 7113(111:1650)
    >>Contaminated sites, 7113(111:1650), 8154(129:1815), 8156(129:1830)
    >>Contraventions Act and Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (amdt.)(Bill C-344), 7125(111:1825)
    >>Crime prevention, S.O. 31, 4346(67:1400-5)
    >>Cruelty to animals, o.q., 4847(75:1200)
    >>Diabetes, S.O. 31, 3478(53:1415)
    >>Domenic di Luca Seniors, S.O. 31, 11376(185:1415)
    >>Drugs and pharmaceuticals, 4759(74:1145)
    >>Economy/economic conditions, 8154(129:1815)
    >>Education, post-secondary, 8155(129:1820)
    >>Employment Insurance Act and the Employment Insurance (Fishing) Regulations (amdt.)(Bill C-2), 614-5(12:1545-50)
    >>Environment, 8155(129:1820)
    >>Free Trade Area of the Americas, o.q., 606(12:1450-5)
    >>Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming), M. on supply (Mills, B.), 9815-6(159:1310-20)
    >>Health care funding, 7114(111:1700)
    >>Highways and roads, 8155(129:1820-5)
    >>Historic/heritage buildings, sites and monuments, o.q., 11011(179:1455)
    >>Housing, 7113(111:1650), 8154(129:1815)
    >>>o.q., 11131(181:1450)
    >>Immigration, 5162(79:1705)
    >>International Human Rights Day, S.O. 31, 8057(128:1410)
    >>Internet, 8155(129:1820)
    >>Letheren, Carol Anne, S.O. 31, 218(6:1410)
    >>Lombardi, Johnny, S.O. 31, 9822(159:1400)
    >>Marijuana, 7125(111:1825)
    >>Mental Illness Awareness Week, S.O. 31, 5972-3(92:1405)
    >>Municipalities, 7113(111:1650)
    >>National debt, 8155(129:1820)
    >>National Nursing Week, S.O. 31, 3734(57:1355)
    >>National sex offender registry, M. on supply (White, R.), 1578-80(27:1245-300)
    >>North Islington Seniors, S.O. 31, 11592(189:1415)
    >>Older workers, 7115(111:1705)
    >>Olympics, 2002 Winter Games (Salt Lake City, United States), S.O. 31, 9291(150:1405)
    >>Ovarian cancer, S.O. 31, 5547(85:1400)
    >>Parliamentary Internship Program, S.O. 31, 7895(125:1410)
    >>Patent Act (amdt.)(Bill S-17), 4759(74:1145)
    >>Penitentiary inmates, o.q., 4275(66:1455)
    >>Police and Peace Officer National Memorial, S.O. 31, 5710(88:1100)
    >>Prayer Palace Ministries Church, S.O. 31, 7555(119:1355)
    >>Public safety, 1578(27:1245)
    >>Public transit, 7114(111:1700), 8154(129:1815), 8155(129:1820)
    >>Queen Elizabeth II, S.O. 31, 8753-4(140:1415)
    >>Reproductive and genetic technologies, 11611-2(189:1635-40)
    >>Research and development, 7114(111:1700)
    >>Royal Canadian Mounted police (RCMP), 8155(129:1820)
    >>Safety, 8154(129:1815)
    >>Sex offenders/pedophiles, 1578-9(27:1250)
    >>Skilled trades and technology workforce, 7113(111:1650)
    >>Social policies, o.q., 8486(135:1500)
    >>Species at Risk Act (Bill C-5), 10921-2(178:1310-5)
    >>Species at risk (endangered species), 10921-2(178:1310-5)
    >>Strategic Infrastructure Foundation, 8155(129:1820), 8156(129:1825-30)
    >>Tax reductions, 7114(111:1700)
    >>Teknion Corporation, S.O. 31, 7004-5(110:1410)
    >>Terrorism/terrorists, 6219-20(95:1715-20)
    >>Thyroid Month, S.O. 31, 5078(78:1405-10)
    >>Trade, o.q., 160(5:1140), 5234(80:1450)
    >>Transportation, 7113(111:1650)
    >>United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks
    >>>M. (Chrétien), 5162-4(79:1705-20)
    >>>S.O. 31, 6520(101:1415)
    >>Universities and colleges, 7113(111:1700)
    >>Urban communities, 7113-4(111:1650-1700), 8154-5(129:1815-20), 8156(129:1830), 9357(151:1355), 9371(151:1505)
    >>Violence/violent offences, S.O. 31, 6833(107:1400), 7760(123:1410)
    >>Volunteer organizations, S.O. 31, 869-70(16:1400-5)
    >>Water pollution, 8154(129:1815)
    >>Wine industry, S.O. 31, 6191-2(95:1400)
    >>World Trade Organization (WTO), S.O. 31, 9021(145:1410)
    >>YMCA, S.O. 31, 7256(114:1400)
    >>York University, S.O. 31, 9651(156:1400)
    >>Zeber, Sophie, S.O. 31, 949(17:1405)

Shad International

    >>Science and technology education organization, Waterloo, ON, $6 million Budget 2001 funding, etc., S.O. 31, 8433(134:1355)

Shand, Bonnie see United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Canadian response, Project L.O.V.E.S.

Shannon, QC see Drinking water contamination

Shared cost programs see Federal-provincial shared cost programs

Shared revenue fields see Equalization payments

Shareholders see Banks and financial institutions; Corporations

Sharing

    >>Wealth and opportunity, Throne Speech theme, 76(4:1105)

Sharm El Sheikh agreement see Middle East peace process--Confidence building measures

Sharon, Ariel see Israel

Sharpe, John Robin see Child pornography--Possession, R. v. Sharpe

Sharpeville, South Africa see Discrimination and racism

Shaunavon, SK see Wickenheiser, Hayler--Female hockey player

Shaver, Donald McQueen

    >>Canadian Farm Animal Genetic Resources Foundation chair, Ontario Agriculture Hall of Fame inductee, Shaver Poultry Breeding Farms Limited founder, World War II veteran, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 10232(165:1405)

Shaver Poultry Breeding Farms Limited see Shaver, Donald McQueen

Shawinigan, QC see Canada Community Investment Plan (CCIP); Mauricie region, QC--Layoffs

Shawinigate see Auberge Grand-Mère

Shediac, NB see Public Works and Government Services Department--Superannuation directorate

Sheehan, Judge Michael

    >>Maurice Champagne Rights and Freedoms Award recipient, suicide prevention advocate, tribute, S.O. 31, 6193(95:1410)

Sheep see Scrapie

Shefford constituency see Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation--Excellence awards

Sheikha, Ribhi see Terrorism/terrorists, combatting--Visible minorities

Shell see Royal Dutch/Shell Group

Shell Canada Limited see Oil sands

Shelters (housing) see Redwood Shelter

Shepherd, Alex (Lib.--Durham; Parliamentary Secretary to President of the Treasury Board and Minister responsible for Infrastructure)

    >>Agricultural subsidies, 354(8:1530)
    >>Agriculture, 353-4(8:1530), 663(12:2125-30)
    >>Air transportation security, 9482-3(153:1645-50)
    >>Budget 2001
    >>>M. for approval (Martin, Paul), 8152(129:1755)
    >>>M. on supply (Kenney), 7845-7(124:1530-45)
    >>Budget Implementation Act, 1997 and Financial Administration Act (amdt.)(Bill C-17), 2651(41:1815)
    >>Budget Implementation Act, 2001 (Bill C-49), 9482-3(153:1645-50)
    >>Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute, M. to adjourn under S.O. 52 (Crête), 7049-50(110:1900-5)
    >>Canadian Alliance, 9373(151:1525)
    >>Canadian flag, 7846-7(124:1535-45)
    >>Canadian Foodgrains Bank, 663(12:2125)
    >>Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board, 2651(41:1815)
    >>Canadian sovereignty, M. on supply (McDonough), 9373(151:1525)
    >>Elections, 916(17:1035)
    >>Electoral reform, M. on supply (McDonough), 913(17:1015), 916(17:1035)
    >>Farm income crisis, 354(8:1530), 8152(129:1755)
    >>>M. to adjourn under S.O. 52 (Borotsik), 663-4(12:2125-35)
    >>Farmers/farms, 663(12:2125)
    >>Food supply system, 663(12:2130)
    >>Government, 916(17:1035)
    >>Government contracts, 12162-3(198:2150-5)
    >>Government expenditures, 9483(153:1650)
    >>Government finances
    >>>M. (Mayfield), 12013-4(197:1120-30)
    >>>o.q., 1164(21:1440)
    >>Government on-line services (Internet), o.q., 2917(45:1155), 10886(177:1200)
    >>Highways and roads, o.q., 1772(30:1140)
    >>House of Commons proceedings
    >>>Committee take note, M. (Boudria), 3443-7(52:1935-2000)
    >>>M. on supply (Breitkreuz), 4957-9(77:1120-30)
    >>Immigration, 5159(79:1645)
    >>Income Tax Act (amdt.--deduction of expenses incurred by a mechanic for tools required in employment)(Bill C-222), 3954-6(60:1415-25)
    >>Income Tax Act (amdt.--public transportation costs)(Bill C-209), 4427-8(68:1745-55)
    >>Infrastructure Canada Program, 7924(125:1755), 7925(125:1800)
    >>>o.q., 6377(98:1200), 8011(127:1155)
    >>International Boundary Waters Treaty Act (amdt.)(Bill C-6), 3573(54:1515-20)
    >>Internet, o.q., 2917(45:1155)
    >>Mechanics, 3954-6(60:1415-25)
    >>National debt, 9483(153:1650)
    >>Occupational health and safety, o.q., 7216(113:1155)
    >>Parliamentary reform, 3443-7(52:1935-2000)
    >>Pay equity, o.q., 826(15:1150)
    >>Private Members' Business, 4957-8(77:1120-5)
    >>Privilege, prima facie, Goodale (contempt of Parliament), M. (Goodale), , 10669-70(173:1700)
    >>Procedure, Members' remarks, 3956(60:1425)
    >>Public Service, 3521-2(53:1850-5)
    >>>o.q., 827(15:1150), 4223(65:1140), 10034-5(162:1150), 11996(196:1200)
    >>Public transit, 4427-8(68:1745-55)
    >>Public Works and Government Services Department
    >>>Estimates, Committee of the Whole consideration under S.O. 81(4)(a), 12162-3(198:2210-20)
    >>Supply management and marketing boards, 663(12:2130)
    >>Terrorism/terrorists, 5159-60(79:1645)
    >>Throne Speech, Address in Reply, M. (Macklin), 290(7:1325), 353-4(8:1530)
    >>United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks
    >>>M. (Chrétien), 5159-60(79:1645)
    >>>S.O. 31, 5246(80:1405)
    >>Water/freshwater, 3573(54:1515-20)
    >>Water exports, 3573(54:1520)

Sherbrooke, QC see Water/freshwater--CHARMES management corporation; World Youth Championships in Athletics--2003 games

Sheriffs see Federal Court of Canada--Judges

Sheshatsui see Aboriginal peoples/communities--Inuit children

Ship ballast waters see Marine transportation--Environmental factors

Ship-source oil pollution fund see Oil spills--Shipowners liability

Shipbuilding Act, 2001 (Bill C-389)--Dubé

    >>First reading, 4948(77:1020)
    >>See also Shipbuilding industry--Income tax provisions--Loan/loan guarantee program

Shipbuilding industry

Shipowners liability see Marine transportation

Shipping conferences see Marine transportation

Shipping Conferences Exemption Act see Marine transportation

Ships

    >>Double hulled see Marine transportation--Environmental factors, Double hulling of ships
    >>See also Canada Steamship Lines Inc.; Marine transportation; National security--Shipping approaching port; St. Lawrence seaway--Foreign ships

Ships' stores

    >>Excise taxes, reform, 10044(162:1250), 10889(177:1215), 11439(186:1325-30)
    >>See also Customs Tariff and Excise Tax Act (amdt.--ships' stores); Excise Act, 2001 (Bill C-47)

Shoctor, Joe

    >>Edmonton, AB, civic achievements, honour roll of excellence, naming to, S.O. 31, 6416(99:1415)

Shott, Andy

    >>House of Commons official photographer, retirement, S.O. 31, 7895(125:1410), 8240-1(131:1410)

"Shoot, shovel and shut-up" response see Species at risk (endangered species)--Habitat preservation, Landowners

Shree Swaminarayan Commnity Complex see Etobicoke North constituency

Shrimping industry

    >>Newfoundland and Labrador
    >>>Allowable quota, fairness, S.O. 31, 4266(66:1410)
    >>>European Union, 20% tariff, impact, 6967(109:1855-900)
    >>>>Removing, o.q., 9418(152:1200)
    >>>Problems see Fisheries and Oceans Standing Committee--Reports, Sixth
    >>Prince Edward Island quota, assigning, o.q., 3611(55:1130)
    >>Quebec quota, reassigning, 2494(38:1930-5)
    >>>o.q., 1247(22:1450), 1456(25:1125-30), 4225(65:1145)
    >>Quotas
    >>>Job creation, increasing, linking, o.q., 3929(60:1130)
    >>>Northern Quebec, impact, 3117(47:2145)
    >>>Northern shrimp quota
    >>>>Canso, NS, fair share, need, 10011(161:2030-5)
    >>>>Speculation, o.q., 12959(210:1445)

Shuster, Frank

    >>Actor, comedian, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 8433(134:1400)

Shute, Wallace

    >>Doctor, author, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 9702-3(157:1110)

"Sidewinder" report see Embassies and consulates--Fraud and corruption, Hong Kong case

SIDS see Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Awareness Month

Siemens, Crystal

    >>Toronto fashion designer of the year, tribute, S.O. 31, 3739(57:1410-5)

Sierra Club of Canada see Environment--Progressive Conservative Party policy; Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)--Reducing; Species at risk (endangered species)--Species at risk working group members; Sydney Tar Ponds and Coke Ovens

Sierra Legal Defence Fund see Drinking water--Safety Species at risk (endangered species)--Species at risk working group members

Sierra Leone

    >>Human rights violations
    >>>Liberian President, Charles Taylor, involvement, 6036(93:1250)
    >>>Prosecutions for alleged war crimes, United Nations special court, Canada position, o.q., 4227(65:1155)

Sierra Wireless Inc.

    >>Technology Partnerships Canada $9.9 million repayable investment re wireless data technology, o.q., 1775(30:1155)

Sifto Salt see Salt

Sign language interpreters see Deaf and hearing impaired persons--Funding assistance

Signal Hill see Marconi, Guglielmo

Signé Portneuf economic forum see Economy/economic conditions--Portneuf, QC

Sikh Canadians

Sikh community

    >>Recognizing, April 13, M. (Blaikie), 984-91(17:1805-55)
    >>>Dropped from Order Paper, 991(17:1855)
    >>See also Guru Nanak Dev Ji; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Islamic/Arab communities; Vaisakhi

Silcoff, Justice see Business Development Bank of Canada--Auberge Grand-Mère, Destruction of documents

Simard, Monique see Minna--References, Voting

Simard, Raymond (Lib.--Saint Boniface; elected in by-election May 13, 2002)

    >>Official languages policy (Bilingualism), o.q., 11880-1(194:1440)
    >>References, introduction to House, 11555(188:1420)

Simcoe--Grey constituency see United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Canadian response

Simone-Monet-Chartrand award see Chamberland-Gobeil, Estelle

Simpson, Jeffrey see Canadian Armed Forces--Military equipment

Sinclair, Gordon see United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--United States response, Canadian participation

Singapore see Free trade

Singh, Jaggi see Summit of the Americas (April 2001, Quebec City, QC--Security measures)

Singh, T. Sher

    >>Sikh community leader, Order of Canada recipient, congratulations, S.O. 31, 8988(144:1400)

Singh decision see Refugees--Determination process

Singing Christmas Tree

    >>Edmonton, AB, Christmas musical event, 35th anniversary, S.O. 31, 8281(132:1100)

Single currency see Currency

Single income families see Income tax--Families

Single mothers see Poverty; Single parents--Female led families

Single parents

    >>Beauharnois--Salaberry constituency, high amount, 360(8:1610)
    >>Female led families, tax reductions not benefitting, 4461(69:1300)
    >>Social services, need for, 4464(69:1320)
    >>Special programs, need for, 76(4:1105)
    >>See also Child/family poverty

Sir John A. Macdonald Day and the Sir Wilfrid Laurier Day Act (Bill S-14)--Godfrey

    >>First reading, 3525(54:1005), 4816-24(74:1805-900)
    >>Second reading, 4816-24(74:1805-900), 5457-64(84:1100-200), 5733-8(88:1330-410), agreed to, on division, 5738-9(88:1415)
    >>>Dropped to bottom of order of precedence on Order Paper, 4824(74:1900), 5464(84:1200)
    >>Canadian Heritage Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, 5738-9(88:1415)
    >>>Reported, without amdt., 8506(135:1730)
    >>Report stage, concurrence, agreed to, on division, 8506(135:1730)
    >>Third reading, 8506-13(135:1730-825), 8850-1(141:1730-5), agreed to, on recorded division, 9016-7(144:1740-50), passed.
    >>>Dropped to bottom of order of precedence on Order Paper, 8513(135:1830)
    >>Royal Assent, 9958(161:1515) Chap. 2, S.C. 2002
    >>See also Laurier, Right Hon. Sir Wilfrid; Macdonald, Right Hon. Sir John A.

Sir Sandford Fleming College see Sewage systems--Municipal wastewater effluent

SIRC see Security Intelligence Review Committee (SIRC)

Sirota, Rabbi Israel

    >>Citation for citizenship, 2001, recipient, congratulating, S.O. 31, 6318-9(97:1405)

Sittings of the House see Procedure

Skate Canada Hall of Fame

    >>2003 inductees, tribute, S.O. 31, 12344(201:1110)

Skating see Figure skating

Skeena Cellulose Inc. see Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute--Expiry of agreement, British Columbia

Skeena constituency

    >>Overview, economic downturn, solutions, federal government responsibility, 1500-1(26:1235-40)
    >>See also Firefighters/emergency response personnel; Martin, Paul--References; Mining industry; Transportation--British Columbia

Skeena River

    >>Fish caught, type, sold, amounts, r.o., 9152(147:1205)
    >>See also Salmon, Pacific

Skelton, Carol (CA--Saskatoon--Rosetown--Biggar)

Skiing

    >>Canadian Ski Championships
    >>>Event winners, congratulating, S.O. 31, 2426(38:1405)
    >>>Forsyth, Allison, giant slalom, five time champion, S.O. 31, 2551(40:1055)
    >>Family cup, family participation event, government support, S.O. 31, 2220(36:1400)
    >>Freestyle skiing
    >>>Brassard, Jean-Luc, Canadian Freestyle Ski Championships, dual moguls winner, S.O. 31, 2220(36:1400)
    >>>Lac Beauport, QC training centre, federal funding commitment, status, o.q., 7375-6(116:1445)
    >>Turgeon, Mélanie, world cup skier, success, tribute, S.O. 31, 217(6:1410)

Skilled academic workforce see Skilled trades and technology workforce

Skilled trades and technology workforce

    >>Aboriginal peoples, expertise strengthening
    >>Apprenticeship trades, national standards, labour mobility, improving, 210-1(6:1330), 5002-3(77:1605-15)
    >>Human Resources Development Department, $l.6 million agreement, o.q., 7683(121:1500)
    >>>Throne Speech statement, 11(2:1530)
    >>Immigrants
    >>>Foreign credentials, recognition, criteria, improving, 1231(22:1315-20), 3858-9(59:1240), 5097(78:1550)
    >>>>o.q., 10390(168:1440)
    >>>>Throne Speech commitment, 11(2:1530), 50-1(3:1645), 325(7:1655-700), 331(7:1745), 356(8:1545)
    >>>Immigration and Refugee Protection Act provisions, application, o.q., 9259(149:1440)
    >>>Immigration policy attracting, 1171(21:1520), 1172(21:1530), 1174(21:1540), 1189(21:1720), 1213(22:1105-10), 1219-20(22:1150), 7113(111:1650)
    >>>Immigration regulations not hindering, 8431(134:1340)
    >>National strategy, developing, Throne Speech commitment, 11(2:1530), 50(3:1640-5), 132-3(4:1715-20), 331(7:1745)
    >>>o.q., 1835(31:1455)
    >>Shortage, jobs unfilled, 2789(43:1550)
    >>Skilled academic workforce, goal, government plans, o.q., 12106(198:1435)
    >>See also Labour force; Ontario Technical Skills Design Competition

Skills and learning agenda see Labour force--Training

Skills Canada

    >>Technology and trade careers, promoting, Skills Canada Yukon competition, S.O. 31, 10643(173:14040)

Skills development see Labour force--Training

Sklarzyk family see Immigration

Skylink see Discrimination and racism--Babra

Skyreach Centre see Canadian Armed Forces--Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, Afghanistan mission

Skyservice Investments see Air Canada

Slavery see Black History Month; International Day for the Abolition of Slavery; Sudan--Human rights violations

Sled dogs see Inuit sled dogs

Slovak Republic see Canada- Slovak Republic Income Tax Convention; Canada-Slovak Republic Social Security Agreement

Slovenia see Canada-Slovenia Income Tax Convention

Slush fund accounts see Government finances

"Slush funds" see Members of Parliament--Constituencies

Small, David see Bravery--Recognition for heroism

Small and medium business

    >>Canada Customs and Revenue Agency (CCRA) role, S.O. 31, 6018-9(93:1100)
    >>Canadian Federation of Independent Business survey results, business confidence, job creation expectations, o.q., 8643(138:1440)
    >>Energy prices, impact, 75(4:1055)
    >>Exports, federal government establishing new bank, o.q., 4227(65:1155-200)
    >>Federal government assistance, Outaouais region, QC, o.q., 4910(76:1455)
    >>Globalization, benefits, impact, 3363-4(52:1120)
    >>>See also Drummond constituency
    >>Government assistance, 6858(107:1655)
    >>>Bloc Québécois proposal, 8221(131:1140)
    >>>Economic slowdown factor, o.q., 5908(91:1425)
    >>>Lack, comparison with large corporations, 8809(141:1245)
    >>>Taxation measures, o.q., 5908(91:1425)
    >>>See also Small and medium business--Job creation role
    >>Income tax, 10954(178:1705)
    >>>Deferring first quarter 2002 instalments for six months, Budget 2001 measure, 6814(107:1145), 6817(107:1200-5), 6859(107:1655), 8082(128:1650), 8108(129:1245), 8110(129:1255), 8111-2(129:1305), 8143(129:1650), 8144(129:1655), 8234(131:1320-5), 8406(134:1030), 8461(134:1655), 8768(140:1540), 8775(140:1635), 8778-9(140:1655), 8783(140:1730), 8807(141:1230), 8842(141:1625), 8843(141:1630)), 8843(141:1635), 8855(142:1000), 9496(153:1825), 9598(155:1620), 9696(157:1030), 9698(157:1040)
    >>>See also Canada Customs and Revenue Agency (CCRA)--Audits
    >>Investment, 6851(107:1555)
    >>Job creation role, 8082(128:1650), 8107(129:1230), 8342(133:1600), 8778-9(140:1655)
    >>>Government assisting, o.q., 8006(127:1125)
    >>>See also Small and medium business--Canadian Federation of Independent Business survey results; Western Economic Development Canada--Small business job creation role
    >>Labour shortages, government response, o.q., 10842(176:1500)
    >>Payroll taxes, impact, 8342(133:1600)
    >>Trade, role, 6581(102:1335)
    >>>United States, with, cross-border, establishing small business desks, import declarations on Internet, Budget 2001 measure, 8082(128:1650)
    >>See also Americontact 2001; Armotec; Bank of Montreal; Banks and financial institutions; Canada-Costa Rica Free Trade Agreement; Canada Customs and Revenue Agency (CCRA)--Office supplies; Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute--Expiry of agreement, Export Development Canada (EDC) role, Customs bond; Capital gains tax--Changes; Costa Rica--English language training; Credit--Micro credit; Credit unions/caisses populaires; Electronic commerce (Internet)--SourceCAN; ` Employment insurance; Export Development Corporation (EDC); Free Trade Area of the Americas; Goods and Services Tax (GST)/Harmonized Sales Tax (HST); Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP); Interest rates--Bank of Canada rate reductions, Impact; Marine conservation areas--Communities affected; Mérite Stellaris Gala; Tourism industry--Economic role