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Wabamun, AB see Species at risk (endangered species)--Habitat preservation

Wabigoon River see Mercury pollution--English and Wabigoon Rivers

Wage discrimination see Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Wage parity see Pay equity

Wages and salaries

    >>Average, 832(15:1225)
    >>Minimum wage, British Columbia, two-tier system, 7111(111:1635)
    >>Overtime rate, British Columbia, 10752(174:1845)
    >>Productivity, relationship, 10751(174:1845)
    >>See also Air Canada--Salaries; Bankruptcy--Workers wages; Canadian Armed Forces--Personnel; Courts Administration Service; Executive salaries; Health care providers--Salaries; Judges--Remuneration; Marine transportation--Labour factors; Mining industry; Privy Council Office--Staff

Wahhabism see Terrorism/terrorists

Wal-Mart see Grocery stores--Market concentration

Wales see Elections--Proportional representation

"Walk of Hope" see Children--Ball, Norman; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Victims

Walker, Ralph

    >>Huntington Society of Canada founder, volunteer, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 10927(178:1400)

Walkerton, ON see Drinking water contamination

Wappel, Tom (Lib.--Scarborough Southwest)

    >>Abortion, M. (Breitkreuz), 2152-3(34:1800-10)
    >>Border, Canada-United States, 8340-1(133:1550)
    >>Budget 2001, M. for approval (Martin, Paul), 8340-1(133:1545-55)
    >>Budget deficit, 8340(133:1545), 8341(133:1550-5)
    >>Budget surplus, 8340(133:1545)
    >>Budgets, 8341(133:1550)
    >>Child sexual abuse/assault/exploitation, M. on supply (Spencer), 10704-6(174:1255-310), 10708(174:1325)
    >>Criminal Code (amdt.--organized crime and law enforcement)(Bill C-24), 2986-7(46:1645-50)
    >>Dollar, exchange rate, 8341(133:1555)
    >>Economy/economic conditions, 8341(133:1550)
    >>Farm equipment, 8341(133:1555)
    >>Fisheries, M. to adjourn under S.O. 52 (Hearn), 9998-9(161:2040-5)
    >>Health research, 8341(133:1550)
    >>House of Commons proceedings, M. on supply (Breitkreuz), 4975(77:1320)
    >>Labour force, 8341(133:1550)
    >>Latimer, Robert, petitions, 9227(149:1005)
    >>National debt, 8340(133:1545), 8341(133:1550-5)
    >>Organized crime, 2986-7(46:1645-50)
    >>Procedure, divisions, recorded, 638(12:1850)
    >>Proceeds of crime, 2987(46:1650)
    >>References see Veterans' benefits/pensions--Application
    >>Statutory Instruments Act (amdt.--disallowance procedure for statutory instruments)(Bill C-202), 12561-2(203:1840-5)
    >>Strategic Infrastructure Foundation, 8341(133:1550)
    >>Tax reductions, 8340(133:1545), 8341(133:1550)
    >>Young Offenders Act, 4360-1(67:1520-30)
    >>Youth Criminal Justice Act (Bill C-7), 4360-2(67:1520-35)
    >>Youth justice system, 4360-2(67:1520-35)

War

    >>Canadian bravery, tradition since War of 1812/Sir Isaac Brock, 10061(163:1115-20)
    >>Civilian casualties, percentage increase during 20th century, 5178(79:1910)
    >>See also International armed conflict/war; Yugoslavia

War crimes see Cambodia--Human rights violations; Diplomatic immunity--Crimes against humanity/war crimes; Sierra Leone--Human rights violations

War Measures Act see October crisis; National security--Military security zones/controlled access military zones; Public safety--Ministerial powers; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Canadian response

War of 1812 see Canada--History; War--Canadian bravery

Ward, Debra see Airlines--Restructuring of industry

Ward, Liz see Sports--Howard Mackie Awards

Wardrop Engineering see International Space Station--Mobile base station/rail system

Warnex Inc.

    >>Laval, QC company, genetically modified organisms (GMOs) detection technology, etc., S.O. 31, 9096(146:1415)

Warning labels see Alcoholic beverages--Pregnancy

Warranties see Goods and Services Tax (GST)/Harmonized Sales Tax (HST)

Warsaw Convention see Airlines--International flights

Wascana Energy Inc.

    >>Saskatchewan crown corporation, privatization, sale by New Democratic Party government to Occidental Petroleum Corporation, former Premier Allan Blakeny seat on Occidental Petroleum Corporation board of directors, 3178(48:1705)

Washington see Sex offenders/pedophiles--United States

Washington, DC see Air trasportation security--Increase, Air marshalls; Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement/dispute--Expiry, Negotiations/discussions; Foreign Affairs and International Trade Standing Committee--Travel; Transport and Government Operations Standing Committee--Travel; United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks

Waste

    >>Imports, Quebec ban, Canadian Environmental Protection Act, relationship, 9914-5(160:1825-30)
    >>>o.q., 7377(116:1450)
    >>Industrial waste dumping, illegal landfill site, Cheam Indian Reserve, Fraser Valley, BC, federal-provincial jurisdiction factor, o.q., 2915-6(45:1145-50)
    >>Landfill sites
    >>>Seepage into water table, 3712(57:1120)
    >>>See also waste--Industrial waste dumping
    >>Toronto, ON, dumping, Kirkland Lake, ON, desire, 3500(53:1610)
    >>>Public outcry, 7918(125:1650)
    >>See also Energy--Consumption; Government expenditures; Nuclear waste; Nunavut--Land claims agreement of 1993, Nunavut water Board; Toxic/hazardous waste

Wastewater effluent see Sewage systems--Municipal wastewater effluent

Wasylycia-Leis, Judy (NDP--Winnipeg North Centre)

Water/freshwater

    >>Alberta holding back water from flowing into Saskatchewan, S.O. 31, 10929(178:1405)
    >>Amount in Canada, 20% world's total freshwater resources, 9% renewable resource, 3223(49:1525), 3346(51:1810), 3572(54:1505), 3573(54:1515), 3574(54:1525), 3703(57:1020), 5511(84:1750), 5638(87:1135), 5640(87:1140)
    >>Boundary waters
    >>>Ecosystems, protecting, 3204(49:1340)
    >>>See also Water exports
    >>Bulk water removal prohibition see Nunavut--Land claims agreement of 1993, water sales; Water exports--Banning
    >>CHARMES management corporation, Sherbrooke, QC, responsibility for Saint-François and Magog Rivers water supply, Cardin role, 5512(84:1805)
    >>Climate change, global warming, relationship, 5631(87:1030), 5641(87:1150-5), 5642(87:1200)
    >>Conservation, necessity, 5640-1(87:1140-5)
    >>Consumption, future increase, 3347(51:1815)
    >>Cost/value, gap, subsidies factor, etc., 5640(87:1140-5)
    >>Desalinization role, 5641-2(87:1155)
    >>Economic value, determination, Environment Department tender call, water exports, relationsip, o.q., 4475(69:1425), 4531(70:1145), 4787(74:1445)
    >>Environmental crisis possibility, 4061(62:1335)
    >>Finite resource, 3702(57:1015), 3734(57:1355), 5513(84:1815), 5642(87:1200)
    >>Importance, 3204(49:1340), 3206(49:1355), 3574(54:1525), 5511(84:1750), 5512(84:1805), 5629(87:1025)
    >>International conflicts, relationship, 5640(87:1140-5)
    >>International scarcity, S.O. 31, 10643(173:1405)
    >>Inventory, taking, mapping acquifers, etc., 3123(47:2225-30), 3712(57:1120)
    >>Irrigation use, 5642(87:1155)
    >>Management, policy, developping, 3575-6(54:1530-5)
    >>Parliamentary committee, establishing/studying, 3204(49:1340), 3709(57:1100), 3710(57:1105), 3711(57:1115), 5637(87:1120-5), 5638(87:1130)
    >>>o.q., 3739(57:1415-20)
    >>Pipelines
    >>>Carrot River valley, MB, project, finishing, request, S.O. 31, 7831(124:1410)
    >>>Libya, extracting water from Sahara Dessert, 3712(57:1125)
    >>Pollution, effects, aquatic life, St. Lawrence Seaway, 3573(54:1510-20)
    >>Protecting/preserving, 17(2:1545), 114-5(4:1515), 3342(51:1735), 3346-7(51:1810-5), 3573-5(54:1515-30)
    >>>Environmental ministers' meeting, June 2000, commitment, 3206(49:1350)
    >>>Government role, 144(5:1010), 646(12:1925)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 3387(52:1400)
    >>>>Throne Speech statement, 14(2:1530)
    >>>See also Northumberland constituency--Picturesque
    >>Privatization possibility, 3201(49:1315), 3202(49:1320)
    >>Provincial jurisdiction, 284(7:1240), 3205(49:1345), 3224(49:1530)
    >>Research and development
    >>>Government funding, Throne Speech statement, 14(2:1530)
    >>>See also National Water Research Institute
    >>Security factor, 5636-7(87:1115-25)
    >>>Federal-provincial co-operation factor, 5641(87:1145)
    >>Water basins, individual rights and responsibilities, downstream/upstream impacts, 5629(87:1015)
    >>Water levels, variations, 5512(84:1810), 5630(87:1015)
    >>Water quality guidelines, 3572(54:1510)
    >>>Stronger, developing, Throne Speech statement, 14(2:1530), 144(5:1010), 274(7:1135), 282(7:1230)
    >>>>o.q., 111(4:1450)
    >>Water treatment, Quebec, efforts, 3224(49:1535-40)
    >>Yukon, jurisdiction, Yukon Act (Bill C-39), impact, 6917(109:1300), 6919(109:1315)
    >>See also Aboriginal peoples/communities; Agriculture; Drinking water; Drinking water contamination; Drought--Alberta; Great Lakes; Groundwater; International Year of Freshwater; National Water Research Institute; Nunavut--Land claims agreement of 1993; Nunavut Waters and Nunavut Surface Rights Tribunal Act (Bill C-33); Oxford Children's Groundwater Festival; Tay River; Waste--Landfill sites; Water exports; World Water Day

Water basins see Water/freshwater; Water exports--Banning, Watershed approach

Water borne diseases see Drinking water contamination

Water buffalo

    >>Archer family importing, mad cow disease contraction, herd destroyed, order, preventing, S.O. 31, 8543(136:1355)

Water energy

    >>Wave power and underwater currents, 12084(198:1155), 12088(198:1230)
    >>See also hydr-electric power

Water exports

Water pollution

    >>Canadian Armed Forces, responsibility, 7327-8(115:1340-5)
    >>Canadians concerns, 8154(129:1815)
    >>Extent, impact, etc., 5640-1(87:1140-5)
    >>Legislation, outdated, 3723(57:1240)
    >>See also Drinking water contamination; Fraser River--Pollution clean-up; Great Lakes--Canada-Ontario agreement re Great Lakes basin ecosystem; Marine transportation--Enmvironmental factors; Mercury pollution--English and Wabigoon Rivers; Mississippi River--Diversion into Red River; Oil spills; Ports--St. John's, NF

Water quality guidelines see Water/freshwater

Water-skiiing see Boats--Recreational

Water temperature see Salmon, Pacific--Decline

Water treatment see Drinking water--Municipal water and sewage systems; Sustainable cities initiative--ADI Group Inc.

Waterfowl see Fishing--Lead fishing weights

Waterloo County & Area Quilt Festival

Waterloo, ON see Shad International

Waterloo region, ON see Business--Costs; Drinking water contamination

Waterloo Regional Chilren's Museum

    >>Establishment, government funding, Cultural Space Canada Program, S.O. 31, 10555(171:1405)

Waterloo, Regional Municipality of see Tobacco products--Use, restricting

Waterloo Regional Police Association see Thornley, Ted

Waterloo Wellingtion Children's Groundwater Festival

    >>Environmental awareness, raising, S.O. 31, 12032(197:1415)

Waterloo--Wellington constituency

    >>Myers, thanking constituents, 373(8:1745)

Waters, Lise see Volunteers

Waters, Shaun see Atlantic Journalism Awards--CBC Fredericton

Watersheds see Water exports--Banning

Watson, Bernard Michael

    >>Teacher, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 7369(116:1410)

Watson, Patrick see "Heritage Minutes"

Watson Lake, YT see Environment--Yukon Territory

Waxman, Al

    >>Actor, King of Kensington star, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 26(3:1410)

Wayne, Elsie (PC--Saint John; PC/DR Coalition--Saint John as of September 13, 2001; PC--Saint John as of April 10, 2002)

Wayne Gretzky-CNIB Scholarship see Everingham, Kim

Ways and Means motions

    >>Concurrence
    >>>Agreed to, on recorded division, 1960-1(32:1830), 7904-5(125:1505-15), 8487-8(135:1500-15)
    >>>M. deemed adopted, 6047(94:1105)
    >>>M. deemed moved and agreed to, on division, 984(17:1800-5)
    >>>M. deemed moved and recorded division deemed requested and deferred, 189(6:1100), M. (Peterson), agreed to, on recorded division, 335-6(7:1830-5)
    >>Notice, tabled, 36-7(3:1510), 911(17:1000), 1776(30:1200), 2864(44:15-5), 5258(80:1515), 5655(87:1355), 6047(94:1105), 6852(107:1605), 7841(124:1500), 8076(128:1600), 8444(134:1500), 8873(142:1200), 12786(207:1600)
    >>See also Budget 2000 Mini Budget--Parliamentary approval; Budget Implementation Act, 2001 (Bill C-49); Charities Registration (Security Information) Act; Customs Tariff and Excise Tax Act (amdt.--ships' stores); Customs Tariff and Excise Tax Act (amdt.--tobacco products); Customs Tariff, Excise Tax Act and Excise Act (amdt.), 2001; Excise Act, 2001 (Bill C-47); Excise Tax Act (amdt.); Financial Consumer Agency of Canada Act (Bill C-8); Income tax--Matchable expenditure rules; Income Tax Act (amdt.); Income Tax Amendments Act, 2000 (Bill C-22); Nuclear Fuel Waste Act (Bill C-27); Procedure--Orders of the Day; Sales Tax and Excise Tax Amendments Act, 2001 (Bill C-13); Tobacco Tax Amendments Act, 2001 (Bill C-26)

WCE Clearing Corporation (WCECC) see Securities industry--Securities and derivatives clearing houses

WCECC see WCE Clearing Corporation (WCECC)

Weak currency debt see Currency

Wealth

    >>Distribution, Quebec best in North America, S.O. 31, 8477(135:1410)
    >>Gap between rich and poor
    >>>Increasing, 2390(37:2400)
    >>>See also Free trade--Poverty; Globalization, global ecoonmomy/marketplace--Poverty
    >>Redistribution, Bloc Québécois position, Budget 2001 not addressing, 8850(141:1725)
    >>See also Family--Young families; Sharing

Wealth creation

    >>Knowldege/information economy role, shift from natural resource industries, tax environment factor, 69(4:1015)

Wealth tax

    >>Establishing, United States example, o.q., 1769(30:1125)

Weaponization of space see Space

Weapons see Air transportation security--Airport security tests; Biological and chemical weapons/terrorism; Gun control/guns

Weapons of mass destruction see Borders, International--Security

Weather see Farm income crisis; Floods; Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Weather forecasting

    >>Environment Department weather offices
    >>>Closing, safety impact, etc., o.q., 8647(138:1500)
    >>>Gander, NF, downgraded, safety impact, etc., o.q., 9369(151:1500)
    >>Hilgenberg, Herb, volunteer marine weather forecaster, search and rescue assistance role, etc., S.O. 31, 10831(176:1400)
    >>Severe weather warnings, dissemination, technology used, etc., qu., 10095(163:1525)
    >>UV index, 10th anniversary, international standard, Environment Department scientists invention, S.O. 31, 11756-7(192:1415)
    >>Wind chill index, new, S.O. 31, 7491(118:1355)

Weatherill, Ted see Canada Labour Relations Board (former)

Weaver, Corporal Ross

    >>Medal of Bravery, recipient, congratulating, S.O. 31, 417(9:1355)

Webster, George see Canadian agrifood award of excellence for environmental stewardship

Wedding gifts see Customs duties

Weeds see Dandelions

Weinstein, Debbie see Auberge Grand-Mère--Funding controversym, Grand Mère golf course

Weir, Mike see Golf

Weisstub, David N.

    >>Law and medicine, contribution to, French Legion of Honour, 10450(169:1400)

Weightlifting

    >>Canadian Senior Weightlifting Championships, Julien Galipeau, Luc Lafebvre, medal winners, S.O. 31, 11663(190:1400)

Welfare

    >>Benefits, decline, 8156(129:1830)
    >>Dependance on, eliminating, government role, etc., 506(11:1145)
    >>>See also Banks and financial institutions--Basic services
    >>Provincial work for welfare programs, federal government requiring, 350(8:1505)
    >>Quebec, recipients, deline, economic growth factor, S.O. 31, 2769-70(43:1400)
    >>See also Ruttan Mine

Well water see Drinking water--Safety

Wellness see health care system--Health promotion and wellness

Weltzel, Karen see United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks--Canadian response, United States citizens

West Coast Express Limited see Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CPR)

West coast ports see Ports/harbours

West coast salamander see Species at risk (endangered species)--Habitat preservation

West Whalley Secondary see Youth--Conference on respect

Westaim plant see Royal Canadian Mint

Weston, Greg see Sea King helicopters--Replacements, Capabilities

Weston Little Theatre see Arts and culture

Western alienation see Western provinces

Western Arctic constituency

    >>Blondin-Andrew, Secretary of State (Children and Youth), thanking constituents, 366(8:1650)
    >>Budget 2001 measures, benefits, aboriginal peoples, etc., 8179-80(130:1520-30)
    >>Demographics, aboriginal peoples, youth, factors, 8180(130:1520)
    >>Description, 366(8:1650)
    >>See also Strategic Infrastructure Foundation

Western Canada see Western provinces

Western Canadian Wheat Board see Canadian Wheat Board--Name

Western Economic Diversification Canada

    >>Access West, publication, costs, etc., qu., 8490(135:1525)
    >>Alberta, non-profit high technology projects, funding, University of Calgary and Inno-Centre Alberta, government innovation strategy, relationship, o.q., 12884(209:1500)
    >>Estimates see Estimates--2001-2002, Main, Industry Department
    >>Small business job creation role, qu., 8490(135:1525)
    >>Staff, francophone offices, etc., qu., 8490(135:1525)
    >>See also National Research Council (NRC)--Edmonton, AB research facility

Western prairie fringed orchid see Species at risk (endangered species)

Western provinces

    >>Alienation, 47(3:1610), 1059(19:1610), 1288(22:2025)
    >>>British Columbia, Liberal government (Chrétien) ignoring, 355-6(8:1535-45)
    >>>Canadian Alliance, rectifying, 356(8:1545)
    >>>Chrétien, Prime Minister
    >>>>Comments during November 2000 election, Atlantic Canada preference, 355(8:1535)
    >>>>Position, ignoring, 264(7:1030), 355-6(8:1540-5)
    >>>>>o.q., 34(3:1455)
    >>>Dion, Intergovernmental Affairs minister, western tour, excluding Alberta, o.q., 880(16:1455)
    >>>Kilgour, Secretary of State (Latin America and Africa) comments, unfair treatment, o.q., 34(3:1455)
    >>>Liberal government (Chrétien), responsibility, 270(7:1110), 355-6(8:1535-45)
    >>>>S.O. 31, 1036(19:1400)
    >>>Saskachewan farmers
    >>>>Liberal election candidate Alice Farness threatening, o.q., 880(16:1455)
    >>>>Rally, 660(12:2110)
    >>Separatism
    >>>Alberta, etc., Canadian Alliance Members of Parliament attending founding meeting of political party, 373(8:1745), 784(14:1530) , 979(17:1710)
    >>>Canadian Alliance, encouraging, 486(10:1235)
    >>>Day, rejecting, 880(16:1455)
    >>>Saskatchewan Association of Regional Municipalities, join United States, motion, reasons, S.O. 31, 7441(117:1405)
    >>>See also Canadian Alliance--Party headquarters
    >>See also Border, Canada-United States; Fossil fuels; Employment insurance--Benefits, Revoked when workers return from western provinces to Atlantic Canada; Rail transportation/railways--Discontinued lines; Regional development

Western Stock Growers' Association see Species at risk (endangered species)--Habitat preservation, Compensation

WestJet Airlines

    >>Air Canada, competition to, providing without government assistance, 5453(83:1405)
    >>Bankruptcy, preventing, Goodale role as senior minister from Saskatchewan, 7685-7(121:1515-25)
    >>>o.q., 7682(121:1450-5)
    >>See also Air Canada--Tango--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Government assistance--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, WestJet Airlines situation--World Wide Web site--Zip Air Inc.; Air transportation--United States, September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Insurance costs re war and terrorism; Air transportation security--Increase, Passenger surcharge; Airlines--Air travel, Increase

Westmount--Ville-Marie constituency

    >>Robillard, thanking constituents, 314(7:1545)

Westray Mine disaster

Westwood Community High School see Canadian National Improv Games

Wetaskiwin constituency

    >>Johnston
    >>>Commitment, 364(8:1635)
    >>>Thanking constituents, 364(8:1635)

Wetlands

    >>Codd Island Wetland, Pitt Meadows, BC, cranberry bog proposal, environmental concerns, 1666(28:1725) , 2186(35:1300)
    >>Mimico marsh, Brampton, ON, Great Gulf homes inc. development proposal, preserving wetland, petitions, 4594-5(71:1515)
    >>See also St. Lawrence River--Watershed

Weyburn Red Wings see Hockey--Anavet Cup

Whalen, Ed

    >>Calgary, AB, community leader, illness, S.O. 31, 7761(123:1415)

Whales see Beluga whales; Cetaceans; Grey whales

Wharves see Ports/harbours

Wheat

    >>Canada-United States trade dispute, o.q., 4847(75:1155)
    >>Export to United States, buy-back as pasta, Canadian Wheat Board responsibility, 2650(41:1810), 5682(87:1655)
    >>Farmers discontinuing growing, minister's remarks, o.q., 1455(68:1450)
    >>Marketing, free market, 12723-29(206:1205-1235)
    >>Processing, 12725-6(206:1220-30)
    >>See also Canadian Wheat Board; Durum wheat industry; Farm income crisis--Commodities; Genetically modified organisms (GMOs); Grain industry; Grain transportation; Organic crops/industry

Whelan, Hon. Susan (Lib.--Essex; Minister for International Cooperation as of January 15, 2002)

    >>Afghanistan
    >>>Commitee take note, M. (Eggleton), 8372-5(133:2035-50)
    >>>o.q., 8440(134:1440), 9029(145:1455), 11304(184:1450)
    >>Africa, o.q., 11176(182:1150), 13003(211:1145-50)
    >>Agriculture, 682(12:2335)
    >>Border, Canada-United States, o.q., 8173(130:1445)
    >>Canada Business Corporations Act and Canada Cooperatives Act (amdt.)(Bill S-11), 4711(73:1505)
    >>Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), o.q., 11557(188:1435-40), 11559(188:1450), 11595(189:1430-5)
    >>Competition Act and Competition Tribunal Act (amdt.)(Bill C-23), 7907(125:1520)
    >>DaimlerChrysler Canada Inc., o.q., 304(7:1445)
    >>Dairy industry, 682(12:2335)
    >>Egg and poultry industry, 682(12:2335)
    >>Ethics Counsellor, 1988(33:1520)
    >>Farm income crisis
    >>>M. to adjourn under S.O. 52 (Borotsik), 682-3(12:2335-40)
    >>>S.O. 31, 527(11:1410)
    >>Farmers/farms, 682-3(12:2335-40)
    >>Food supply system, 683(12:2340)
    >>Foreign aid, o.q., 10036(162:1200)
    >>Grain transportation, 682(12:2335)
    >>Gray, references, S.O. 31, 7159(112:1415)
    >>HIV/AIDS, o.q., 10091-2(163:1455-500)
    >>Industry, Science and Technology Standing Committee, 4404(68:1505), 4711(73:1505), 4945-6(77:1005-10), 7531(119:1010), 7907(125:1520)
    >>Inter-American Development Bank, o.q., 9711(157:1200)
    >>Parkinson's Disease Awareness Month, S.O. 31, 2769(43:1400)
    >>Patent Act (amdt.)(Bill S-17), 4404(68:1505)
    >>Privilege, Strahl (contempt of Parliament), 1988(33:1520)
    >>References see Industry, Science and Technology Standing Committee; Privilege--Rajotte
    >>Southern Africa, o.q., 12881(209:1445)
    >>Syria, o.q., 12397(202:1450)
    >>United States, September 11, 2001 terrorists attacks, S.O. 31, 5188(79:1410)

Whence They Came: Deportation from Canada see Immigration--System, History

Whicher, Ross MacKenzie

    >>Former Member of Parliament, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 10927(178:1400)

Whistle Blower Human Rights Act (Bill C-201)--Grewal

    >>First reading, 67(4:1005)
    >>See also Public Service--Whistle blowers

Whistle blowers see Public Service; Public Service Whistleblowing Act (Bill C-351); Whistle Blower Human Rights Act (Bill C-201); Whistle Blowers Protection Act (Bill C-206)

Whistle Blowers Protection Act (Bill C-206)--Martin, Pat

    >>First reading, 165(5:1210)
    >>See also Public Service--Whistle blowers

Whitaker, BGen Denis

    >>War hero, decorated soldier, athlete, death, tribute, S.O. 31, 4579-80(71:1400)

White Cane Week

    >>First week of February
    >>>2002 theme "Aging and visual impairment", S.O. 31, 8863(142:1105)
    >>>Designation, S.O. 31, 468(10:1105)

White Creek Rehabilitation Project

    >>Habitat preservation, Thorah Central School Community Council, EcoAction program grant, 10445(169:1320)

White, Darrin see Divorce--Child support/custody/access, laws, Problems

White Dog First Nation see Mercury pollution--English and Wabigoon Rivers

White Mountain Academy of the Arts see Arts and culture

White papers see Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA); Defence policy; Financial services legislation (Bill C-8)--Historical background; Productivity

White, Randy (CA--Langley--Abbotsford)