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The Hansard Index is the key to information about what is said by Members of Parliament in the House of Commons during the 37th Parliament, 1st Session. The subject entries will either provide reference to a page number or, a combination of page number followed by the issue sitting number and time checks in the daily Hansard.

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Terrorism/terrorists, funds/assets

Terrorism/terrrorists, groups/cells, operating in Canada

    >>Al-Qaeda, arrest of Zacharias Moussaoui, o.q., 8174(130:1450)
    >>Al-Qaeda operatives, issuing order for kidnapping and murder of United States journalist Daniel Pearl, o.q., 9195-6(148:1430-5), 9260-1(149:1445)
    >>Chrétien, Prime Minister unaware, 5396(82:2100)
    >>>o.q., 5290(81:1430)
    >>Confidential briefing to Parliamentary committee studying, requesting, o.q., 5345(82:1430)
    >>Deportation, o.q., 6254-5(96:1420)
    >>Eradicating
    >>>Government inaction, o.q., 5250-1(80:1430)
    >>>Government plans, o.q., 5250(80:1430), 5253(80:1445)
    >>Membership, not prohibiting, o.q., 6075(94:1430), 6194(95:1415)
    >>Multiple/mass murder conviction, parole eligibility, 7532(119:1015), 7553(119:1340), 7621(120:1540), 7623(120:1555-1600)
    >>>o.q., 6075(94:1430), 6195(95:1430), 7335(115:1430)
    >>One year surveillance, warrants, police authority, 6176-7(95:1155)
    >>Number, Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) report, 5119(79:1140), 5159-60(79:1645), 5210(79:2325), 5218(80:1025), 5242(80:1335), 5392(82:2040)
    >>>o.q., 9196(148:1435), 10933(178:1425-30)
    >>Publicly naming, Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36) provision, o.q., 6075(94:1430)
    >>Refugee status claimants, o.q., 6254(96:1420)
    >>See also Terrorism/terrorists--Al Qaeda

Terry Fox Day Act (Bill C-339)--Beaumier

    >>First reading, 3262(50:1205)
    >>See also Fox, Terry--Day

Terry Fox Run

    >>Cancer research fundraising event, St. Peter's Catholic Secondary School, Peterborough, ON, fundraising record, S.O. 31, 8055-6(128:1400)

Texas see Wine industry--Trade mission to Texas

Textile industry

    >>Free trade, Quebec, negative effects, 1682(29:1030)
    >>Government grants, Dupont Canada Inc., etc., training and career programs, etc., o.q., 10720-1(174:1435-40)
    >>Imports, regulations, developing countries, effects, 1689(29:1120), 2343(37:1840), 2348(37:1920)
    >>See also Costa Rica

Textile workers see Work Adjustment Training

Thank You Canada medal see Veterans' medals--Liberation of Holland

Thanksgiving

The Fifth Estate see Michener-Deacon Fellowship--Journalism award

The Last Chapter see Motorcycle (biker) gangs

Theatre see Stratford, ON

Théâtre du Nouveau Monde

    >>50th anniversary, S.O. 31, 6020(93:1110)
    >>See also World Theatre Day

Theft see Sentences (convicted criminals)

"There's something about money" see Education--Canadian Bankers Association

Thérèse Casgrain Volunteer Award see Volunteers

Thériault, Camille

    >>Former New Brunswick cabinet minister and Premier, retirement from active politics, tribute, S.O. 31, 2116(34:1405)

Therriault, Brig. Gen. Robert G.

    >>Distinguished military career, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 8167(130:1410)

Thiara, Satpreet see Rock--References, Liberal Party leadership campaign

Thibaudeau decision see Child support payments--Income tax deductions

Thibault, Hon. Robert (Lib.--West Nova; Secretary of State (Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency) until January 15, 2002; Minister of Fisheries and Oceans as of January 15, 2002)

Thibault, Roger see Human rights

Thibeault, Yolande (Lib.--Saint-Lambert)

    >>Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation, S.O. 31, 12599(204:1405)
    >>Canadian Armed Forces, o.q., 4588(71:1440)
    >>Canadian Executive Service Organization (CESO), S.O. 31, 9358(151:1355)
    >>Canadian Institutes of Health Research, S.O. 31, 12769(207:1410)
    >>Centre d'action bénvole de Saint Hubert, S.O. 31, 11041-2(180:1405)
    >>Child prostitution, o.q., 1325(23:1445)
    >>Christmas Lights Across Canada program, S.O. 31, 8001(127:1100)
    >>Discrimination and racism, S.O. 31, 10593-4(172:1055)
    >>G-8 Summit (Kananaskis, AB, June 2002), S.O. 31, 12996(211:1105)
    >>Health care system, o.q., 12399(202:1500)
    >>Highways and roads, S.O. 31, 524-5(11:1400)
    >>Infrastructure Canada Program, o.q., 6482(100:1455)
    >>Inter-American Democratic Charter, o.q., 5981(92:1455)
    >>International Astronomy Day, S.O. 31, 3250-1(50:1105)
    >>Land mines (anti-personnel mines), S.O. 31, 9408(152:1105)
    >>Official languages policy (Bilingualism), o.q., 11995(196:1150)
    >>Official Languages Standing Joint Committee, reports, 10540(171:1025)
    >>Parkinson's Disease Awareness Month, S.O. 31, 10759(175:1405)
    >>Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--Parliamentary Poet Laureate)(Bill S-10), 6348-9(97:1735-40)
    >>Parliamentary Poet Laureate, 6348-9(97:1735-40)
    >>Pyrite damage, o.q., 6766(106:1440)
    >>Summer Work Student Exchange program, S.O. 31, 12031(197:1410)
    >>Terrorism/terrorists
    >>>Petition, 3263(50:1210), 9037(145:1550)
    >>>S.O. 31, 6368(98:1110)
    >>Tourism industry, o.q., 6625(103:1150)

Thiessen, Gordon see Bank of Canada--Governor

Thin capitalization mines see Mining industry

Think Canada 2001 festival see Trade--Japan

Think Rural see Rural/remote/natural resource communities/regions--Natural Resources Standing Committee 1997 report

Third party advertising see Elections

Third party management see Indian bands/reserves--Financial management/accountability, Business

Third way see United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--United States response, Bush

Third world countries see Developing countries

Third World Eye Care Society

    >>Distribution of used/no longer needed eyeglasses in developing countries, S.O. 31, 4521(70:1100)

Third world status see Canada

Thobani, Sunera see United States--"Most dangerous and powerful global force"

Thomas Fuller Construction Co. see Library of Parliament--Renovations

Thompson, Greg (PC--New Brunswick Southwest; PC/DR Coalition--New Brunswick Southwest as of September 13, 2001; PC--New Brunswick Southwest as of April 10, 2002)

Thompson, MB see Aboriginal peoples/communities--Education; Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans of Canada (ANAVETS)

Thompson, Myron (CA--Wild Rose)

Thorah Central School Community Council see White Creek Rehabilitation Project

Thornley, Joe

    >>Liberal Party fundraiser, Canadian Heritage Minister Copps fundraiser organizer, company Thornley Fallis contracting with Canadian Heritage Department, conflict of interest, o.q., 10389(168:1435), 10837(176:1430-5), 11048-9(180:1440)

Thornley, Ted

    >>Waterloo Regional Police Association, president, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 100(4:1355)

Thornton Branch see Women's Institute

Thorold Reed Band

    >>150th anniversary, Battle of Beaverdams March, commemorative composition, Canada Day celebrations, performing, S.O. 31, 4899-900(76:1405-10)

Three Gorges Dam see Export Development Corporation (EDC)--China

Three Mile Island see Nuclear energy--Public concerns

Throne Speech

    >>1996 see Rural/remote/natural resource communities/regions
    >>Address in Reply
    >>>1965 see Labour force--Training
    >>>Engrossing and presenting to Governor General, M. (Boudria), agreed to, 642(12:1900)
    >>>M. (Macklin, Allard), 17-21(2:1540-615), 38-66(3:1520-830), 68-100(4:1010-355), 113-42(4:1505-815), 143-51(5:1005-55), 166-87(5:1215-425), 262-94(7:1020-355), 312-34(7:1530-830), 352-80(8:1520-825), 459-67(10:1005-55), 484-500(10:1220-415), agreed to, on recorded division, 641-2(12:1855-900)
    >>>>Amdt. (Day), 48(3:1615), negatived, on recorded division, 333-5(7:1800-30)
    >>>>>Amdt. to amdt. (Duceppe), 56(3:1730), negatived, on recorded division, 141-2(4:1815)
    >>>>>Amdt. to amdt. (Nystrom), 318(7:1615), negatived, 333(7:1800)
    >>>>Debate be now adjourned, M. (Day), agreed to, 21(2:1615)
    >>>See also Allard--References; Macklin--References
    >>Consideration later this day, M. (Chrétien), agreed to, 16(2:1530)
    >>Day remarks, "empowerment", etc., 86(4:1215)
    >>Fixed date, 974(17:1640)
    >>Governor General Adrienne Clarkson reading, 9-16(2:1530)
    >>>Congratulating, thanking, 17(2:1540), 18(2:1550), 21(2:1615), 181(5:1345), 373(8:1745)
    >>Message summoning Members to hear, Usher of the Black Rod delivering, 9(2:1420)
    >>Omissions see Aboriginal peoples/communities--Economic/social conditions; Budget 2001--Government presenting, Measures; Child care--National child care program; Disabled and handicapped persons--Government ignoring; Economy/economic conditions--Future; Education--Disabled youth; Environment--Protecting; Farm income crisis; Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)--Reducing, Government role; Home heating costs--Rising, Government reaction; Homecare program--Establishing; Housing--National housing strategy; Labour force--Economic slowdown; National missile defence system; Pharmacare--Establishing; Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)--Funding; Species at risk (endangered species)--Protecting; Sports--Amateur sport; Student loans--Debt load; Transportation--Infrastructure; Visible minorities--Exclusions; Water exports--Banning; Women--Discrimination
    >>Reading, practice, outdated, pointless, 354-5(8:1535)
    >>S.O. 31, 23(3:1400)
    >>Speaker tabling copy, 9-16(2:1530)
    >>Vision, 181-2(5:1350-5), 313(7:1540), 324(7:1650), 325(7:1700), 332(7:1750), 366(8:1650), 374(8:1745), 376(8:1805), 460(10:1010)
    >>>Lack, 62(3:1810), 96(4:1325), 183(5:1405), 283(7:1235-40), 314(7:1545), 320-1(7:1625-35), 364(8:1640), 369(8:1715), 371(8:1725), 465(10:1045), 489(10:1300), 500(10:1410)
    >>See also Aboriginal peoples/communities passim; Agriculture--Efficiency; Arts and culture--Funding; Audio-visual industry--Transition to new economy; Book-publishing industry--Transition to new economy; Border--Canada-United States--Modernizing; Budget 2001; Budgets--Balanced; Canada Health Act--Five principles; Canada-United States Air Quality Agreement--Implementing; Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC)--Government support; Canadian Institutes of Health Research--Funding; Child/family poverty--Combatting--Single parents, Hardship; Children passim; Citizens' Council on Health Care Quality--Establishing; Citizenship--Meaning; Committees, Parliamentary--Research assistance; Communities--Safe and strong; Community Access Program (Internet)--Government continuing support; Copyright--Protection; Crime--Combatting; Crime prevention--Focus--Local community capacity; Cultural heritage--Government support; Cultural policy--Internet; Disabled and handicapped persons--Barriers--Technology; Disease prevention--Progress; Divorce--Child support, custody and access; Drinking water--Municipal water and sewage systems--Safety, Clean water; Drugs and substance abuse--Combatting; Early Childhood Development initiative--Federal contribution--Provinces; Economy/economic conditions; Education--Adult; Election promises--Government keeping; Employment insurance--Establishment; Environment--Protecting; Environmental assessment--Government commitment; Environmental research; Family--Government support; Farm income crisis--Resolving, Government promises; Federal-provincial jurisdiction--Federal intrusion into provincial jurisdiction; Financial services legislation (Bill C-8)--Reintroducion; Foreign aid--Increasing; Government--Social values; Government expenditures; Government on-line services--Increase; Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)--Reducing, Government role; Health care system passim; Health information technologies--Modern; House of Commons proceedings--Voting procedures; Housing--Rental housing; Intellectual property--Legislation; Internet crime--Combatting; Investment--Encouraging; Justice system--Judges, prosecutors and law enforcement officials; Life sciences--Research and development; Literacy--Adult literacy; Marine conservation areas--Legislation; Mental health--Promotion; Municipalities--Role; National Child Benefit--Government contribution; National parks--Ecological health/integrity--New parks; National Water Research Institute--Role; Nunavut--Land claims agreement of 1993; Oceans--Sustainable management; Official languages policy (Bilingualism)--Government commitment--Official languages communities; Organized crime--Combatting; Parliamentary reform; Peacekeeping--Canadian Armed Force participation; Physical fitness--Encouraging; Privacy--Legislation, Modernizing; Public Service--Innovative; Public transit--Infrastructure; Quality of life--Increasing; Quebec distinct society status--House of Commons resolution; Research and development--Government expenditures; SchoolNet (Internet)--Government continuing support; Senior citizens--Poverty; Sharing; Skilled trades and technology workforce--Aboriginal peoples--Immigrants; Species at risk (endangered species)--Legislation; Sports--Participation; Student loans--Part-time students; Terrorism/terrorists--Emerging threat; Tobacco products--Use; Toxic/hazardous substances--Health effects; Victims of crime--Needs; Water/freshwater--Protecting/preserving--Research and development-- Water quality guidelines; Young Offenders Act--Reform; Youth--Exchange programs; Youth at risk--Education

Throne speeches 1997 and 1999 see Environment--Liberal Party election promises

Thunder Bay, ON see Child pornography--Combatting; Sagkeeng Indian Band--Wing Construction; Seuret, Tony; VIA Rail Canada Inc.--Northern Ontario service

Thyroid Month

Tiananmen Square massacre see China--Pro-democracy movement

Tibbett & Britton Group North America see Canadian Armed Forces--Supply chain management

Tibet

    >>Human rights, cultural preservation, China respecting, negotiations, Canada role, trade relations, etc., 9312(150:1610), 9319(150:1705-10)
    >>>o.q., 429(9:1500), 529-30(11:1425)
    >>>S.O. 31, 297(7:1405-10)

Tied aid see Foreign aid

Tied selling see Banks and financial institutions; Competition

Timbuktu see Islam--Bryden

Time allocation see Legislative process; House of Commons proceedings; Procedure; Terrorism/terrorists--Combatting, Anti-terrorism Act (Bill C-36), Government "bulldozing" through House

Tirabassi, Tony (Lib.--Niagara Centre)

    >>Agricultural subsidies, o.q., 11718(191:1150)
    >>Air pollution/smog, o.q., 3614(55:1140)
    >>Air transportation, o.q., 5488(84:1455)
    >>Biological and chemical weapons/terrorists, o.q., 7163(112:1440)
    >>Business, o.q., 6593(102:1450)
    >>Canada Post Corporation, S.O. 31, 2907(45:1105)
    >>Canadian Armed Forces
    >>>o.q., 9148(147:1155)
    >>>S.O. 31, 12257(200:1400)
    >>Canadian Music Week, 9291(150:1400)
    >>Canadian Olympic/paralympic team, o.q., 10360(167:1155)
    >>Children, o.q., 429(9:1500)
    >>China, petitions, 3526(54:1010)
    >>Cystic Fibrosis Month, S.O. 31, 4215(65:1100)
    >>Environmental indicators, S.O. 31, 4348(67:1410)
    >>Global Youth Service Day, S.O. 31, 10876(177:1100)
    >>Great Literary Awards, S.O. 31, 9536(154:1400)
    >>Hearing Awareness Month, S.O. 312, 11708-9(191:1100)
    >>Housing, o.q., 2710(42:1500)
    >>International Day of Older Persons, S.O. 31, 5765(89:1400)
    >>International Day of Tolerance, S.O. 31, 7329-30(115:1400)
    >>Juno Awards, S.O. 31, 1512(26:1355)
    >>Multiculturalism, S.O. 31, 11166(182:1100)
    >>National Flag Day, o.q., 8720(139:1455)
    >>National Quality Month, S.O. 31, 6416(99:1410)
    >>Occupational health and safety, petitions, 10039(162:1220)
    >>Oliver, Craig, S.O. 31, 6760(106:1405)
    >>Organ donations/transplants, o.q., 10602(172:1140)
    >>Organized crime, S.O. 31, 1904(32:1400)
    >>Petitcodiac River, NB, o.q., 6028(93:1155)
    >>References, mandate from electors of Niagara Centre constituency, S.O. 31, 689(13:1410)
    >>Shipbuilding industry, S.O. 31, 2851(44:1400)
    >>Shuster, Frank, S.O. 31, 8433(134:1400)
    >>Skilled trades and technology workforce, o.q., 12106(198:1435)
    >>Summit of the Americas (April 2001, Quebec City, QC), o.q., 4990(77:1450)
    >>Thorold Reed Band, S.O. 31, 4899-900(76:1405-10)
    >>Tirabassi, references, S.O. 31, 689(13:1410)
    >>Tobacco products, o.q., 8924(143:1450)
    >>United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, S.O. 31, 8119-20(129:1400)
    >>Wine industry, o.q., 1409(24:1455), 3216(49:1440)

Tisdale Trojans see Hockey

Tissue donations see National Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Week

Tobacco Act see Tobacco advertising--Newspapers

Tobacco advertising

    >>Movie producers, tobacco industry sponsorship, actors smoking in films, 3269(50:1255)
    >>Newspapers, Du Maurier promotion trip to New York City, glamourizing smoking, designed to appeal to young people, violation of Tobacco Act, 4019(61:1755)
    >>>S.O. 31, 2222(36:1410)

Tobacco products

Tobacco Tax Amendments Act, 2001 (Bill C-26)--Minister of Finance (Martin, Paul)

    >>Ways and Means motion, notice, tabled, 2864(44:1505), concurrence, agreed to, on recorded division, 3006-8(46:1915)
    >>First reading, 3011(47:1000)
    >>Second reading, 3241-8(50:1005-55), 3263-73(50:1210-320), agreed to, 3273(50:1320)
    >>Finance Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, 3273(50:1320)
    >>>Reported, with amdt., 3887(59:1530)
    >>Report stage, concurrence, agreed to, 3997(61:1510)
    >>Third reading, 3997(61:1515), 4013-23(61:1715-1830), agreed to, 4023(61:1830), passed.
    >>Royal Assent, 5113(78A:1700). Chap. 26, S.C. 2001
    >>See also Tobacco products--Use, Tobacco tax increases

Tobacco taxes

Tobacco Youth Protection Act (Bill S-15)--Lincoln

    >>First reading, 4404(68:1505)
    >>>Declared null and void, order discharged and bill withdrawn, 5024-7(77:1835-900)

Tobin, Hon. Brian (Lib.--Bonavista--Trinity--Conception; Minister of Industry until January 14, 2002; resignation as Member of Parliament effective January 25, 2002)

Tobin, James

    >>Economist, Tobin tax creator, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 9578(155:1405)

Tobin tax see International capital markets/financial transactions; Tobin, James

Tobique--Mactaquac constituency

    >>Description, 281(7:1225)
    >>Savoy, thanking constituents, 281(7:1220)
    >>See also United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Canadian response

Toews, Vic (CA--Provencher)