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Criminal Code and Young Offenders Act (amdt.--capital punishment)(Bill C-318)--Hill, J.

Criminal Code and Youth Criminal Justice Act (amdt.--sentencing principles)(Bill C-416)--Pallister

    >>1st r, 526
    >>2nd r, 756, dropped to bottom of Order of Precedence list under S.O. 93, 756, 1162, division deferred, 1162, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 271), 1197-9

Criminal liability see Corporations--Criminal acts

Crown corporations

    >>Internal audits see Departmental Internal Audit Act (Bill C-367)

Crown Corporations and Other Corporate Interests of Canada

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Public Accounts Standing Committee
    >>>2002 annual report, 311 (8560-372-476-01)
    >>>2002 annual report, revised English version, 928 (8560-372-476-02)
    >>See also Government expenditures--Government grants and contributions

Crown Liability and Proceedings Act (amdt.)(Bill C-222)--Hanger

    >>1st r, 40

Crown royalties see Natural resources

CRTC see Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)

Cruelty to animals

    >>Offences/penalties see Criminal Code (amdt.--cruelty to animals andfirearms) and Firearms Act (amdt.)(Bill C-10);Criminal Code (amdt.--cruelty to animals)(Bill C-10B)
    >>Petitions
    >>>(Jackson), (372-0537), 200, gr, 319 (8545-372-28-02)
    >>>(Lunney), (372-1565), 782, gr, 944 (8545-372-28-03);(372-1725 to 372-1736), 880, gr, 977 (8545-372-28-4); (372-1907), 945; (372-2215 and 372-2216), 1133
    >>>(Peterson), (372-0021 and 372-0022), 12, gr, 193 (8545-372-28-01)
    >>See also Cattle;Criminal Code (amdt.--cruelty to animals)(Bill C-10B)

CSIS see Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS)

Cuba

    >>Petitions
    >>>(Robinson), (372-1172), 477, gr, 758 (8545-372-80-01)

Cumberland--Colchester--Musquodoboit Valley see North Nova constituency

Custodial Management Outside Canada's 200-Mile Limitsee Fisheries and Oceans Standing Committee--Reports, Second

Customs duties

    >>Israel, goods originating from occupied settlements, full rate seeCanada-Israel Free Trade Agreement Act (amdt.)(Bill C-308)

Customs services

    >>High-risk traveller or shipment, standards used by customs officers, r.o. Q-240 (Jaffer), 946-8 (8555-372-240)

Customs Tariff

    >>Legislation see Criminal Code (amdt.--cruelty to animals and firearms) andFirearms Act (amdt.)(Bill C-10)
    >>Ways and Means No. 5, notice, tabled, 431 (8570-372-4)
    >>Ways and Means No. 6
    >>>Concurrence, deemed moved and division deferred, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 546, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 65), 551-2
    >>>Notice, tabled, 517 (8570-372-10)
    >>>See also Budget Implementation Act, 2003 (Bill C-28)
    >>See also Tobacco/cigarettes

D

D-Day (June 6, 1944) see Juno Beach Centre (World War II Memorial)

Dairy products

    >>Labelling see Dairy Terms Act (Bill C-340)

Dairy Terms Act (Bill C-340)--Vellacott

Dangerous offenders

    >>Applications, Criminal Code, Section 753 see Criminal Code (amdt--dangerousoffender)(Bill C-278)
    >>See also Child sex offenders (pedophiles)

d'Aquino, Thomas see Canadian Council of Chief Executives

Date-rape drugs see Sexual assault

Dauphin-Swan River constituency

    >>Name, change to Dauphin--Swan River--Marquette see Electoral BoundariesReadjustment Act (Bill C-53);Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (amdt.)(Bill C-300)

Deaf and hearing impaired persons see Broadcasting--Video programming

Death penalty see Capital punishment

Debt see National debt

Debt Management Report

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Finance Standing Committee
    >>>2001-2002 annual report, 295 (8560-372-205-01)

Debt Management Strategy

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Finance Standing Committee
    >>>2003-2004 annual report, 539 (8560-372-560-01)

Debt Servicing and Reduction Account Act

    >>Ways and Means No. 6
    >>>Concurrence, deemed moved and division deferred, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 546, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 65), 551-2
    >>>Notice, tabled, 517 (8570-372-10)
    >>>See also Budget Implementation Act, 2003 (Bill C-28)

Deer see Canadian Farm-Raised Deer and Elk Month

Defence Construction (1951) Limited

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee
    >>>2002-2003 annual report, with Auditor General's report, 963 (8560-372-120-01)
    >>>2003-2004 to 2007-2008 corporate plan summaries and 2003-2004 operating andcapital budgets, 881 (8562-372-835-01)
    >>See also Access to Information Act;Privacy Act

Defence equipment

    >>Exports, document, ``Export of Military Goods from Canada''
    >>>2001 annual report, tabled, 310 (8560-372-94-01)
    >>See also Canadian Armed Forces--Military equipment;Land mines (anti-personnel mines)

Defence expenditures see Conscientious objection

Defence policy see National Missile Defense (NMD) System (United States)

Defibrillators

    >>Automated external defibrillators in case of cardiac arrest
    >>>Aircraft, commercial passenger service see Aeronautics Act(amdt.--automatic defibrillators)(Bill C-287)
    >>>Public buildings see Canada Labour Code (amdt.--defibrillators in the workplace)(Bill C-288)

Deficit see Budget deficit

Deficit Prevention Act (Bill C-385)--Harb

Delegated legislation see Statutory instruments

Delta--South Richmond constituency see Aboriginal people

Democracy

    >>Public consultation/e-consultation see Library of Parliament Standing JointCommittee--Reports, Second

Dental care see Aboriginal people

Department of Canadian Heritage Act

    >>Legislation see Physical Activity and Sport Act (Bill C-12)

Departmental Internal Audit Act (Bill C-367)--Harb

Deportation

    >>Petitions
    >>>(McDonough), (372-1882), 936
    >>See also Acadians;Immigrants;Refugees

Deputy Chairman of Committees of the Whole House see Committees of the WholeHouse

Deputy Speaker and Chairman of Committees of the Whole House

    >>Documents, tabling
    >>>Board of Internal Economy
    >>>>Minutes of Proceedings, (May 29, 2002), tabled, 64 (8527-372-1)
    >>>>Minutes of Proceedings, (June 12, 2002), tabled, 154 (8527-372-4)
    >>>>Minutes of Proceedings, (June 4 and 11, 2003), 1049 (8527-372-13)
    >>>Committees of the House, Committee Activities and Expenditures
    >>>>2002-2003 report, tabled, 873 (8527-372-10)
    >>>Federal Electoral Boundaries Commissions
    >>>>Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for Newfoundland and Labrador 2002, 272 (8560-372-459-01)
    >>>>Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for Quebec 2003, 626(8560-372-459-10)
    >>>House of Commons, administration, documents
    >>>>Performance Report of the House of Commons Administration
    >>>>>April 2001 to March 2002, tabled, 152 (8563-372-1)
    >>>>>April 2002 to March 2003, tabled, 1123 (8563-372-90)
    >>>>"Report on Plans and Priorities for 2003-2004 of the House of Commons Administration", tabled, 692 (8520-372-91)
    >>>Information Commissioner Office
    >>>>2002-2003 annual report, 837 (8560-372-734-02)

Deschamps, Marie see Supreme Court of Canada

Desnedthé-Missinipi-Churchill River constituency see Churchill Riverconstituency

Developing countries see Africa;Drugs and pharmaceuticals--Generic drugs

Dewdney--Alouette constituency

    >>Name, change to Pitt Meadows--Maple Ridge--Mission see Electoral BoundariesReadjustment Act (Bill C-53)

Diabetes

    >>Medication see Health Standing Committee--Fourth

Diamonds see Conflict diamonds

Diapers

    >>Goods and Services Tax (GST) exemption see Excise Tax Act (amdt.)(Bill C-456)

Diesel fuel

    >>Bio-diesel/E-diesel fuel, excise tax
    >>>Ways and Means No. 4, notice, tabled, 431 (8570-372-3)
    >>>Ways and Means No. 6
    >>>>Concurrence, deemed moved and division deferred, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 546, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 65), 551-2
    >>>>Notice, tabled, 517 (8570-372-10)
    >>>>See also Budget Implementation Act, 2003 (Bill C-28)

Disability benefits see Canadian Armed Forces--Personnel

Disability Tax Credit

    >>Claims, review by medical practitioner see Income Tax Act (amdt.--disabilitytax credit)(Bill C-407)
    >>Definitions, "feeding or dressing", Ways and Means No. 3, notice, tabled,431 (8570-372-2)
    >>Eligibility criteria changed, reproving, recipients disqualified, newproposals, M. on supply (McDonough), 200-3, division deferred, 203, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 20), 206-8
    >>Eligibility requirements, Ways and Means No. 6
    >>>Concurrence, deemed moved and division deferred, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 546, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 65), 551-2
    >>>Notice, tabled, 517 (8570-372-10)
    >>>See also Budget Implementation Act, 2003 (Bill C-28)
    >>Petitions
    >>>(Asselin), (372-1051), 407, gr, 536 (8545-372-34-05)
    >>>(Crête), (372-2099), 1067, gr, 1145 (8545-372-34-12)
    >>>(Fournier), (372-1532), 758, gr, 869 (8545-372-34-09)
    >>>(Gagnon, C.), (372-1286), 631, gr, 750 (8545-372-34-08)
    >>>(Guimond), (372-1317 and 372-1318), 631, gr, 750 (8545-372-34-08)
    >>>(Marceau), (372-1315), 631, gr, 750 (8545-372-34-08)
    >>>(Tremblay), (372-1061), 417, gr, 536 (8545-372-34-05)
    >>See also Human Resources Development and the Status of Persons withDisabilities Standing Committee--Reports, First

Disabled and handicapped persons

    >>Housekeeping activities/basic activity of daily living, remuneration paidto another person, tax credit see Income Tax (amdt.--tax credit for mental orphysical impairment)(Bill C-370)
    >>Note-taking services, medical expense tax credit
    >>>Ways and Means No. 3, notice, tabled, 431 (8570-372-2)
    >>>Ways and Means No. 6
    >>>>Concurrence, deemed moved and division deferred, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 546, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 65), 551-2
    >>>>Notice, tabled, 517 (8570-372-10)
    >>>>See also Budget Implementation Act, 2003 (Bill C-28)
    >>See also Assistance dogs (seeing-eye, service, seizure response or seizurealert);Canada Pension Plan (CPP);Canadian Armed Forces---Personnel, disability benefits;Hearing and speech impairment;Latimer, Robert;Registered Retirement Income Fund (RRIF)--Infirm child;Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP)--Infirm child

Disarmament see Iraq;Space Preservation Treaty

Discrimination and racism

    >>"Social condition", including as prohibited ground
    >>>M-392 (Cardin), 697, dropped to bottom of Order of Precedence list underS.O. 93, 697, 1044-5, division deferred, 1045, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 232), 1076-7
    >>>See also Antipoverty Act (Bill C-228)
    >>See also Hate propaganda

Disease see Allergies;Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE);Canada Post Corporation--Peterborough;Cancer;Cardiac arrest;Celiac disease;Child meningitis;Congenital heart disease;Diabetes;Environmental contaminants;Environmental sensitivity;Fetal alcohol syndrome;HIV/AIDS;Infectious disease;Kidney disease;Malaria;Post-traumatic stress disorder;Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS);Tuberculosis

Disease prevention

    >>Counselling for pregnant and nursing women/families, M-200 (Minna), withdrawn, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 971
    >>See also Alcoholic beverage containers, warning labels

Divisions, recorded

    >>1.\Throne Speech, Address in Reply, M. (Pacetti), amdt. (Harper), sub-amdt. (Duceppe), negatived, 14-5
    >>2.\Procedure, Superseding Motion, "That the House do now adjourn", M. (MacKay) [during Committee Business and reinstatement of Government Bills (Government Business No. 2A), M. (Boudria), amdt. (Hill, G.) and appointment of Non-Medical Use of Drugs Special Committee (Government Business No. 2B), M. (Boudria)], negatived, 27
    >>3.\Committee Business and reinstatement of Government Bills (GovernmentBusiness No. 2A), M. (Boudria), amdt. (Hill, G.) and appointment ofNon-Medical Use of Drugs Special Committee (Government Business No. 2B),M. (Boudria), Closure, M. (Boudria), agreed to, 29-30
    >>4.\Committee Business and reinstatement of Government Bills (Government Business No. 2A), M. (Boudria), amdt. (Hill, G.), negatived, 33-4
    >>5.\Committee Business and reinstatement of Government Bills (Government Business No. 2A), M. (Boudria), agreed to, 34-5
    >>6.\Throne Speech, Address in Reply, M. (Pacetti), amdt. (Harper), sub-amdt. (Spencer), negatived, 41-2
    >>7.\Throne Speech, Address in Reply, M. (Pacetti), amdt. (Harper), negatived, 43
    >>8.\Throne Speech, Address in Reply, M. (Pacetti), agreed to, 93-4
    >>9.\Yukon Environmental and Socio-economic Assessment Act (Bill C-2), 2nd r, M. (Nault), agreed to, 94-5
    >>10.\Nuclear Safety and Control Act (amdt.)(Bill C-4), 2nd r, M. (Dhaliwal), amdt. (Girard-Bujold), negatived, 103-4
    >>11.\Government appointments, House of Commons committee referral, Supply Motion (Marceau), amdt. (Lalonde), negatived, 129-30
    >>12.\Procedure, Superseding Motion, "That this question be now put" (Previous Question), M. (Regan); [during Nuclear Safety and Control Act (amdt.)(Bill C-4), 2nd r, M. (Dhaliwal)], agreed to, 130-1
    >>13.\Nuclear Safety and Control Act (amdt.)(Bill C-4), 2nd r, M. (Dhaliwal), agreed to, 132
    >>14.\Canada Pension Plan and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board Act (amdt.)(Bill C-3), 2nd r, M. (Manley), agreed to, 133-4
    >>15.\Kyoto Protocol, implementation plan, Supply Motion (Harper), agreed to, 134-5
    >>16.\Procedure, Superseding Motion, "That the House do now proceed to the Orders of the Day", M. (Reynolds); [during Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee, Second Report (conducting elections of committee chairs and vice-chairs by secret ballot), concurrence, M. (Adams), amdt. (Saada)],negatived, 147-8
    >>17.\Committees of the House of Commons, election of Chair and Vice-Chair by secret ballot, Supply Motion (Reynolds), agreed to, 162-4
    >>18.\Canadian Armed Forces, funding, Supply Motion (Wayne), negatived, 164-5
    >>19.\Public Safety Act, 2002 (Bill C-17), 2nd r, M. (Collenette), agreed to, 205-6
    >>20.\Disability Tax Credit, eligibility criteria changed, Supply Motion (McDonough), agreed to, 206-8
    >>21.\Procedure, Superseding Motion, "That this House do now adjourn", M. (Hearn); [during Hazardous Products Act (amdt)--fire-safe cigarettes)(Bill C-260), 2nd r, M. (McKay)], negatived, 223-4
    >>22.\Nuclear Safety and Control Act (amdt.)(Bill C-4), Report stage, concurrence, M. (Dhaliwal), agreed to, 251-2
    >>23.\Health care funding, federal government share, Supply Motion (Ménard), amdt. (Picard), negatived, 264-5
    >>24.\Health care funding, federal government share, Supply Motion (Ménard), negatived, 265-6
    >>25.\Estimates, 2002-2003, Supplementary (A), Justice, Vote 1a (Department--Operating expenditures), concurrence, Motion No. 1 (Robillard), agreed to, 266-7
    >>26.\Estimates, 2002-2003, Supplementary (A), Justice, Vote 5a (Department--Grants and contributions), concurrence, Motion No. 2 (Robillard), agreed to, 267-8
    >>27.\Estimates, 2002-2003, Supplementary (A), Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Vote 10a (Department--Grants and contributions), concurrence, Motion No. 3 (Robillard), agreed to, 268-9
    >>28.\Estimates, 2002-2003, Supplementary (A), concurrence, M. (Robillard), agreed to, 269
    >>29.\Kyoto Protocol (climate change), ratification, M. (Anderson, Hon. David) [Government Business No. 9], Closure, M. (Boudria), agreed to, 280-1
    >>30.\Nuclear Safety and Control Act (amdt.)(Bill C-4), 3rd r, M. (Dhaliwal), agreed to, 290-1
    >>31.\Kyoto Protocol (climate change), ratification, M. (Anderson, Hon. David) [Government Business No. 9], Amdt. (Mills, B.), sub-amdt. (Hilstrom), negatived, 291-2
    >>32.\Kyoto Protocol (climate change), ratification, M. (Anderson, Hon. David) [Government Business No. 9], Amdt. (Mills, B.), negatived, 292-3
    >>33.\Kyoto Protocol (climate change), ratification, M. (Anderson, Hon. David), agreed to, 293-4
    >>34.\Canada Pension Plan and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board Act (amdt.)(Bill C-3), Report stage, Motion No. 1 (Clause 15), (Reid), negatived,329-30
    >>35.\Canada Pension Plan and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board Act (amdt.)(Bill C-3), Report stage, concurrence, M. (Manley), agreed to, 330-1
    >>36.\First Nations Fiscal and Statistical Management Act (Bill C-19), 2nd r, amdt. (Pallister), amdt. to amdt. (Grewal), negatived, 365-7
    >>37.\Specific Claims Resolution Act (Bill C-6), Report stage, concurrence,with further amdt., M. (Nault), agreed to, 367-8
    >>38.\Iraq, United States pre-emptive attack, Canadian participation, House ofCommons consultation/vote, M. on supply (Reynolds), amdt. (Lalonde),negatived, 398-9
    >>39.\Iraq, United States pre-emptive attack, Canadian participation, House ofCommons consultation/vote, Supply Motion (Reynolds), negatived, 399-401
    >>40.\Iraq, United States pre-emptive attack, Canadian participation, UnitedNations Security Council authorization, Supply Motion (Bachand, C.), negatived, 401-2
    >>41.\Procedure, Superseding Motion, "That this House do now adjourn", M. (Hearn); [during Referendum Act (amdt.)(Bill C-216), 2nd r, M. (Nystrom)], negatived, 423-4
    >>42.\Budget 2003 (February 18, 2003), approval, Ways and Means No. 2, M.(Manley), amdt. (Harper), amdt. to amdt. (Paquette), negatived, 455-6
    >>43.\Specific Claims Resolution Act (Bill C-6), 3rd r, amdt. (Vellacott), negatived, 457-8
    >>44.\Canada Pension Plan and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board Act (amdt.)(Bill C-3), 3rd r, agreed to, 458-9
    >>45.\First Nations Fiscal and Statistical Management Act (Bill C-19), 2nd r, agreed to, 459-60
    >>46.\Divorce Act, Family Orders and Agreements Enforcement Assistance Act, Garnishment, Attachment and Pension Diversion Act and Judges Act (amdt.)(Bill C-22), 2nd r, agreed to, 460-2
    >>47.\Yukon Environmental and Socio-economic Assessment Act (Bill C-2), Report stage, Motion No. 1 (Clause 122), (Nault), agreed to, 462-3
    >>48.\Yukon Environmental and Socio-economic Assessment Act (Bill C-2), Report stage, concurrence, with further amdt., M. (Nault), agreed to, 463-4
    >>49.\Lobbyists Registration Act (amdt.)(Bill C-15), Report stage, MotionNo. 1 (Clause 7), (Bryden), agreed to, 464-5
    >>50.\Lobbyists Registration Act (amdt.)(Bill C-15), Report stage, concurrence, with amdt., M. (Rock), agreed to, 456-7
    >>51.\Canada Elections Act and Income Tax Act (amdt.--politicalfinancing)(Bill C-24), 2nd r, amdt. (Harper), amdt. to amdt. (Epp), negatived,467-8
    >>52.\Criminal Code (amdt.--protection of children and other vulnerablepersons) and Canada Evidence Act (amdt.)(Bill C-20), 2nd r, amdt. (Epp), negatived, 468-9
    >>53.\Budget 2003 (February 18, 2003), approval, Ways and Means No. 2,M. (Manley), amdt. (Harper), negatived, 478-9
    >>54.\Canada Elections Act and Income Tax Act (amdt.--politicalfinancing)(Bill C-24), 2nd r, amdt. (Harper), negatived, 509-10
    >>55.\Canada Elections Act and Income Tax Act (amdt.--political financing)(Bill C-24), 2nd r, agreed to, 510-1
    >>56.\Lobbyists Registration Act (amdt.)(Bill C-15), 3rd r, agreed to, 512-3
    >>57.\Yukon Environmental and Socio-economic Assessment Act (Bill C-2), 3rd r, agreed to, 513-4
    >>58.\Specific Claims Resolution Act (Bill C-6), 3rd r, agreed to, 514-5
    >>59.\Budget 2003 (February 18, 2003), approval, Ways and Means No. 2,M. (Manley), agreed to, 515-6
    >>60.\Iraq, United States pre-emptive attack, Canadian participation,non-participation, Supply Motion (Duceppe), amdt. (Bachand, C.), negatived, 527-8
    >>61.\Iraq, United States pre-emptive attack, Canadian participation,non-participation, Supply Motion (Duceppe), agreed to, 528-9
    >>62.\Canada Health Act (amdt.--linguistic duality)(Bill C-202), 2nd r, amdt. (Castonguay), agreed to, 529-30
    >>63.\Iraq, United States pre-emptive attack, Canadian position, Supply Motion (Day), amdt. (Jaffer), negatived, 549-50
    >>64.\Iraq, United States pre-emptive attack, Canadian position, Supply Motion (Day), negatived, 550-1
    >>65.\Budget 2003, Ways and Means No. 6, concurrence, agreed to, 551-2
    >>66.\Estimates, 2002-2003, Supplementary (B), Justice, Vote 1b(Department--operating expenditures), concurrence, Motion No. 1 (Robillard),agreed to, 554-5
    >>67.\Estimates, 2002-2003, Supplementary (B), Justice, Vote 5b(Department--operating expenditures), concurrence, Motion No. 2 (Robillard),agreed to, 555-6
    >>68.\Estimates, 2002-2003, Supplementary (B), Parliament, Vote 1b(Senate--program expenditures), concurrence, Motion No. 3 (Robillard),agreed to, 556-7
    >>69.\Estimates, 2002-2003, Supplementary (B), Agriculture and Agri-Food,Vote 10b (Department--Grants and contributions), concurrence, Motion No. 4 (Robillard), agreed to, 557
    >>70.\Estimates, 2002-2003, Supplementary (B), Human Resources Development,Vote 5b (Department--Grants and contributions), concurrence, Motion No. 5 (Robillard), agreed to, 558-9
    >>71.\Estimates, 2002-2003, Supplementary (B), concurrence, M. (Robillard), agreed to, 559-60
    >>72.\Appropriation Act No. 4, 2002-2003 (Bill C-29), 2nd r, M. (Robillard), agreed to, 560
    >>73.\Appropriation Act No. 4, 2002-2003 (Bill C-29), Report stage, concurrence, M. (Robillard), agreed to, 560
    >>74.\Appropriation Act No. 4, 2002-2003 (Bill C-29), 3rd r, M. (Robillard), agreed to, 561
    >>75.\Interim supply, 2003-2004, concurrence, M. (Robillard), agreed to, 562-3
    >>76.\Appropriation Act No. 1, 2003-2004 (Bill C-30), 2nd r, M. (Robillard), agreed to, 563
    >>77.\Appropriation Act No. 1, 2003-2004 (Bill C-30), Report stage, concurrence, M. (Robillard), agreed to, 563
    >>78.\Appropriation Act No. 1, 2003-2004 (Bill C-30), 3rd r, M. (Robillard), agreed to, 563-4
    >>79.\Transportation Amendment Act (Bill C-26), 2nd r, M. (Collenette), agreed to, 564-5
    >>80.\Criminal Code (amdt.--protection of children and other vulnerablepersons) and Canada Evidence Act (amdt.)(Bill C-20), 2nd r, M. (Cauchon), amdt. (Duncan), negatived, 565-6
    >>81.\Employment Insurance Act (amdt.--persons who leave employment to becare-givers to family members)(Bill C-206), 2nd r, M. (Stoffer), negatived, 566-7
    >>82.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 4(Clause 2), (Vellacott), negatived, 575-6
    >>83.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 5(Clause 3), (Szabo), negatived, 576-7
    >>84.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 7(Clause 3), (Szabo), negatived, 577-8
    >>85.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 9(Clause 3), (Szabo), negatived, 578-9
    >>86.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 10(Clause 3), (Szabo), negatived, 579-80
    >>87.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 52(Clause 14), (McLellan), amdt. (Szabo), agreed to, 580-1
    >>88.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 52(Clause 14), (McLellan), as amended, agreed to, 581-2
    >>89.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 53(Clause 14), (McLellan), agreed to, 582-3
    >>90.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 55(new clause, 16.1), (Szabo), negatived, 583-4
    >>91.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 71(Clause 26), (McLellan), agreed to, 585-6
    >>92.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 72(Clause 26), (McLellan), agreed to, 586-7
    >>93.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 74(Clause 32), (McLellan), agreed to, 587
    >>94.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 75(Clause 34), (Szabo), negatived, 587-8
    >>95.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 77 (Clause 39), (Szabo), negatived, 588-9
    >>96.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 6(Clause 3), (Szabo) [Applied vote for Motion No. 84], agreed to, 589-90
    >>97.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 80(Clause 40), (Szabo), negatived, 591-2
    >>98.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 81(Clause 40), (Szabo), negatived, 592-3
    >>99.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 82(Clause 40), (Szabo), negatived, 593-4
    >>100.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No.83 (Clause 40), (Szabo), negatived, 594
    >>101.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No.85 (Clause 40), (Szabo), negatived, 594
    >>102.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No.86 (Clause 40), (Szabo), negatived, 595
    >>103.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 88 (new clause, 40.1), (Szabo), negatived, 595
    >>104.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 89 (Clause 42), (Szabo), negatived, 595-6
    >>105.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 90 (Clause 42), (Szabo), negatived, 596-7
    >>106.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 92 (new clause, 59.1), (Szabo), negatived, 597-8
    >>107.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 94 (Clause 65), (Szabo), negatived, 598
    >>108.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 93 (Clause 66), (Szabo), negatived, 598
    >>109.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 100 (Clause 68), (Szabo), negatived, 598-9
    >>110.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 103 (Clause 71), (Merrifield), negatived, 599-600
    >>111.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 104 (Clause 71), (Szabo), negatived, 600-1
    >>112.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 105 (Clause 71), (Szabo), negatived, 601
    >>113.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 106 (Clause 71), (Szabo), negatived, 601
    >>114.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 13 (Clause 5), (Szabo), agreed to, 601-2
    >>115.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 14 (Clause 5), (Szabo), negatived, 603
    >>116.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 16 (Clause 5), (Szabo) [Applied vote for Motions Nos. 18 and 21], negatived,603-4
    >>117.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 17 (Clause 5), (Kenney), negatived, 604-5
    >>118.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 20 (Clause 5), (Szabo), negatived, 605
    >>119.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 22 (Clause 5), (Szabo), negatived, 605-6
    >>120.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 23 (Clause 5), (Szabo), negatived, 607
    >>121.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 24 (Clause 5), (Szabo), negatived, 607
    >>122.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 26 (Clause 5), (Szabo), negatived, 607-8
    >>123.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 27 (new clause, 5.1), (Szabo), negatived, 608
    >>124.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 40 (new clause, 9.1), (Szabo), negatived, 608
    >>125.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 47 (Clause 11), (Szabo), negatived, 608
    >>126.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 32 (Clause 7), (Szabo) [Applied vote for Motion No. 36], negatived, 609
    >>127.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 33 (Clause 7), negatived, 609
    >>128.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 39 (Clause 8), (Szabo), negatived, 609
    >>129.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 44 (Clause 10), (Szabo), negatived, 610
    >>130.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 45 (Clause 10), (Szabo), negatived, 610
    >>131.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, Motion No. 51 (Clause 12), (Fry) [Applied vote for Motion No. 95], agreed to, 610-1
    >>132.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), Report stage, concurrence,as amended, with further amendments, M. (McLellan), agreed to, 611-2
    >>133.\Canada Transportation Act (amdt.)(Bill C-314), 2nd r, M. (Casson), negatived, 637-8
    >>134.\Procedure, Superseding Motion, "That this question be now put" (Previous Question), M. (Jennings); [during Criminal Code (amdt.--protection of childrenand other vulnerable persons) and Canada Evidence Act (amdt.)(Bill C-20), 2ndr, M. (Cauchon)], agreed to, 638-9
    >>135.\Criminal Code (amdt.--protection of children and other vulnerablepersons) and Canada Evidence Act (amdt.)(Bill C-20), 2nd r, M. (Cauchon), agreed to, 639-40
    >>136.\Budget Implementation Act, 2003 (Bill C-28), 2nd r, M. (Manley), amdt. (Pension), negatived, 645-6
    >>137.\Sex Offender Information Registration Act (Bill C-23), 2nd r, M. (Easter), amdt. (Ritz), negatived, 647-8
    >>138.\Criminal Code (amdt.--selling wildlife)(Bill C-280), 2nd r, M. (Meredith), negatived, 648-9
    >>139.\Procedure, Superseding Motion, "That this question be now put" (Previous Question), M. (Szabo); [during Budget Implementation Act, 2003 (Bill C-28),2nd r, M. (Manley)], agreed to, 665-6
    >>140.\Budget Implementation Act, 2003 (Bill C-28), 2nd r, M. (Manley), agreedto, 666
    >>141.\Procedure, Superseding Motion, "That this question be now put" (Previous Question), M. (Carroll); [during Sex Offender Information Registration Act(Bill C-23), 2nd r, M. (Easter)], agreed to, 667
    >>142.\Sex Offender Information Registration Act (Bill C-23), 2nd r, M. (Easter), agreed to, 666-8
    >>143.\Iraq, United States pre-emptive attack, Canadian position, M. on supply (Harper), negatived, 668-9
    >>144.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), 3rd r, M. (McLellan), amdt. (Merrifield), negatived, 705-6
    >>145.\Canadian Environmental Assessment Act (amdt.)(Bill C-9), Report stage,Motion No. 1 (Clause 1), (Anderson, Hon. D.), agreed to, 706-7
    >>146.\Canadian Environmental Assessment Act (amdt.)(Bill C-9), Report stage, Motion No. 2 (Clause 1), (Anderson, Hon. D.), agreed to, 708
    >>147.\Canadian Environmental Assessment Act (amdt.)(Bill C-9), Report stage, Motion No. 8 (Clause 9), (Anderson, Hon. D.), agreed to, 708
    >>148.\Canadian Environmental Assessment Act (amdt.)(Bill C-9), Report stage, Motion No. 10 (Clause 11), (Anderson, Hon. D.) [Applied vote for Motions Nos. 12, 15, 17 and 20 to 22], agreed to, 708-9
    >>149.\Canadian Environmental Assessment Act (amdt.)(Bill C-9), Report stage, Motion No. 25 (Clause 31), (Anderson, Hon. D.), agreed to, 710-1
    >>150.\Canadian Environmental Assessment Act (amdt.)(Bill C-9), Report stage, Motion No. 27 (Clause 34), (Anderson, Hon. D.), agreed to, 711-2
    >>151.\Canadian Environmental Assessment Act (amdt.)(Bill C-9), Report stage, concurrence, as amended, with further amdts., M. (Anderson, Hon. D.), agreed to, 712
    >>152.\Procedure, Superseding Motion, "That this House do now adjourn", M. (Regan); [during Foreign Affairs and International Trade Standing Committee, fifth report (request of Taiwan for observer status at the World Health Organization), concurrence, M. (Day)], agreed to, 732-3
    >>153.\Procedure, Superseding Motion, "That the House do now proceed to the Orders of the Day", M. (Regan), agreed to, 738-9
    >>154.\Criminal Code (amdt.--cruelty to animals and firearms) and Firearms Act (amdt.)(Bill C-10), Senate amdts., division of bill into two parts,concurrence, M. (Cauchon), Time allocation, M. (Boudria), agreed to, 739-40
    >>155.\Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--Ethics Commissioner and Senate Ethics Officer)(Bill C-34), Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee, referralforthwith, M. (Boudria), agreed to, 741-2
    >>156.\Canadian Environmental Assessment Act (amdt.)(Bill C-9), 3rd r, M. (Anderson, Hon. D.), agreed to, 743-4
    >>157.\Criminal Code (amdt.--cruelty to animals and firearms) and Firearms Act (amdt.)(Bill C-10), Senate amdts., division of bill into two parts,concurrence, M. (Cauchon), amdt. (Hilstrom), amdt. to amdt. (Breitkreuz), negatived, 746
    >>158.\Criminal Code (amdt.--cruelty to animals and firearms) and Firearms Act (amdt.)(Bill C-10), Senate amdts., division of bill into two parts,concurrence, M. (Cauchon), amdt. (Hilstrom), negatived, 747
    >>159.\Criminal Code (amdt.--cruelty to animals and firearms) and Firearms Act (amdt.)(Bill C-10), Senate amdts., division of bill into two parts,concurrence, M. (Cauchon), agreed to, 747-8
    >>160.\International Transfer of Offenders Act (Bill C-33), 2nd r, M. (Easter), agreed to, 769-70
    >>161.\Budget Implementation Act, 2003 (Bill C-28), Report stage, Motion No.13 (Clause 64), (Picard), negatived, 771-2
    >>162.\Budget Implementation Act, 2003 (Bill C-28), Report stage, Motion No.14 (Clause 74), (Lill) [Applied vote for Motion No. 15], negatived, 772-3
    >>163.\Budget Implementation Act, 2003 (Bill C-28), Report stage, Motion No.17 (Clause 84), (Davies), negatived, 773-4
    >>164.\Budget Implementation Act, 2003 (Bill C-28), Report stage, Motion No.18 (Clause 85), (Davies) [Applied vote for Motion No. 19], negatived, 774-5
    >>165.\Budget Implementation Act, 2003 (Bill C-28), Report stage, concurrence, M. (Manley), agreed to, 775-6
    >>166.\Public Safety Act, 2002 (Bill C-17), Report stage, Motion No. 6(Clause 112), (Collenette), agreed to, 776
    >>167.\Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--oath or solemn affirmation)(Bill C-408), 2nd r, M. (Bellemare), agreed to, 777-8
    >>168.\Competition Act (amdt.)(Bill C-249), 3rd r, M. (McTeague), agreed to, 778-9
    >>169.\World Health Organization (WHO), Taiwan, observer status/participation,Canadian position, M. on supply (Abbott), agreed to, 808-9
    >>170.\Procedure, Superseding Motion, "That this question be now put" (Previous Question), M. (Regan); [during Budget Implementation Act, 2003 (BillC-28), 3rd r, M. (Manley)], agreed to, 810-1
    >>171.\Budget Implementation Act, 2003 (Bill C-28), 3rd r, M. (Manley), agreed to, 811-2
    >>172.\Library and Archives of Canada Act (Bill C-36), 2nd r, M. (Copps), agreed to, 812-3
    >>173.\Public Service Labour Relations Act (Bill C-25), Report stage, concurrence, M. (Robillard), agreed to, 817-8
    >>174.\Procedure, Superseding Motion, "That the House do now proceed to theOrders of the Day", M. (Szabo); [during Fisheries and Oceans StandingCommittee, Fourth Report (Aquatic Invasive Species: Uninvited Guests),concurrence, M. (Hearn)], agreed to, 834-5
    >>175.\Procedure, "That this House do now adjourn", M. (Masse); [during PublicService Labour Relations Act (Bill C-25), 3rd r, M. (Robillard)], negatived,838-9
    >>176.\Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act (amdt.--members' staff)(Bill C-419), 2nd r, M. (McDonough), negatived, 841-2
    >>177.\North American Aerospace Defence Command (NORAD), support, affirming,Supply Motion (Gallant), agreed to, 842-3
    >>178.\Health and well-being, social, environmental and economic indicators,M-385 (Jordan), agreed to, 843-4
    >>179.\Procedure, Superseding Motion, "That this question be now put" (Previous Question), M. (Bélanger); [during Public Service Labour RelationsAct (Bill C-25), 3rd r, M. (Robillard)], agreed to, 844-5
    >>180.\Service Labour Relations Act (Bill C-25), 3rd r, M. (Robillard), agreed to, 845-6
    >>181.\Procedure, Superseding Motion, "That this House do now adjourn", M.(Gouk); [during Lobbyists Registration Act (amdt.)(Bill C-15), Senate passage,concurrence, M. (Rock)], negatived, 862-3
    >>182.\Canada Elections Act and Income Tax Act (amdt.--politicalfinancing)(Bill C-24), Report stage and third reading, Time allocation underS.O. 78(3), M. (Boudria), agreed to, 885-6
    >>183.\Canada Elections Act and Income Tax Act (amdt.--politicalfinancing)(Bill C-24), Report stage, Motion No. 4 (Clause 40), (Boudria),amdt. (White, T.), negatived, 888-9
    >>184.\Canada Elections Act and Income Tax Act (amdt.--politicalfinancing)(Bill C-24), Report stage, Motion No. 4 (Clause 40), (Boudria), agreed to, 889-90
    >>185.\Canada Elections Act and Income Tax Act (amdt.--politicalfinancing)(Bill C-24), Report stage, Motion No. 9 (Clause 49), (Boudria), agreed to, 891-2
    >>186.\Canada Elections Act and Income Tax Act (amdt.--politicalfinancing)(Bill C-24), Report stage, Motion No. 13 (Clause 72), (Boudria), agreed to, 892-4
    >>187.\Canada Elections Act and Income Tax Act (amdt.--politicalfinancing)(Bill C-24), Report stage, Motion No. 14 (new clause, 72.1),(Boudria), agreed to, 895-6
    >>188.\Canada Elections Act and Income Tax Act (amdt.--politicalfinancing)(Bill C-24), Report stage, Motion No. 12 (new clause, 71), (Martin, Pat), negatived, 896-8
    >>189.\Canada Elections Act and Income Tax Act (amdt.--politicalfinancing)(Bill C-24), Report stage, concurrence, with further amdts., M.(Boudria), agreed to, 898-9
    >>190.\Canada Elections Act and Income Tax Act (amdt.--politicalfinancing)(Bill C-24), 3rd r, M. (Boudria), amdt. (White, T.), negatived, 906-7
    >>191.\Canada Elections Act and Income Tax Act (amdt.--politicalfinancing)(Bill C-24), 3rd r, M. (Boudria), agreed to, 907-8
    >>192.\Free trade agreements, investor-state redress provisions, M-391(Paquette), negatived, 908-10
    >>193.\Citizenship Act (amdt.)(Bill C-343), 2nd r, M. (Stinson), negatived, 910-1
    >>194.\Procedure, Superseding Motion, "That the House do now proceed to theOrders of the Day", M. (Ritz); [during Official Languages StandingCommittee, Sixth report (Quigley case), concurrence, M. (Bélanger)], agreedto, 916
    >>195.\Infrastructure, federal government role, funding, stable funding,necessity, reducing gasoline taxes, provinces introducing special tax to fund infrastructure, Supply Motin (Moore), negatived, 919-20
    >>196.\VIA Rail Canada Inc., Estimates, 2003-2004, Main, Vote 25, restored,M. (Robillard), agreed to, 920-1
    >>197.\Estimates, 2003-2004, Main, Justice Department, Vote 1(Department--Operating expenditures), concurrence, Motion No. 1 (Robillard), agreed to, 921-2
    >>198.\Estimates, 2003-2004, Main, Privy Council Office, Vote 1(Department--Program expenditures, grants and contributions), concurrence,Motion No. 2 (Robillard), agreed to, 922-3
    >>199.\Estimates, 2003-2004, Main, Treasury Board, Vote 1(Secretariat--Operating expenditures), concurrence, Motion No. 3 (Robillard),agreed to, 923
    >>200.\Estimates, 2003-2004, Main, Treasury Board, Vote 5(Secretariat--Government Contingencies), concurrence, Motion No. 4(Robillard), agreed to, 924
    >>201.\Estimates, 2003-2004, Main, Citizenship and Immigration, Vote 10(Immigration and Refugee Board--Program expenditures), concurrence, Motion No. 5 (Robillard), agreed to, 924
    >>202.\Estimates, 2003-2004, Main, Public Works and Government Services, Vote1 (Department--Operating expenditures), concurrence, Motion No. 6 (Robillard), agreed to, 924
    >>203.\Estimates, 2003-2004, Main, Fisheries and Oceans, Vote 1(Department--Operating expenditures), concurrence, Motion No. 7 (Robilard), agreed to, 924
    >>204.\Estimates, 2003-2004, Main, Agriculture and Agri-Food, Vote 1(Department--Operating expenditures), concurrence, Motion No. 8 (Robillard), agreed to, 925
    >>205.\Estimates, 2003-2004, Main, concurrence, including Vote 45 underJustice as reduced by the Standing Committee on Government Operations andEstimates, M. (Robillard), agreed to, 925
    >>206.\Appropriation Act No. 2, 2003-2004 (Bill C-47), 2nd r, M. (Robillard),agreed to, 925
    >>207.\Appropriation Act No. 2, 2003-2004 (Bill C-47), 3rd r, M. (Robillard), agreed to, 926
    >>208.\Income Tax Act (natural resources), Ways and Means No. 7, concurrence,M. (Manley), agreed to, 926-7
    >>209.\Marriage, definition, lawful union of one man and one woman to theexclusion of all others, Supply Motion (Harper), amdt. (Toews), tied, 972-3
    >>210.\Marriage, definition, lawful union of one man and one woman to theexclusion of all others, Supply Motion (Harper), negatived, 973-4
    >>211.\Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--Ethics Commissioner and Senate Ethics Officer)(Bill C-34), report stage and second reading, Motion No. 1 (Clause 38), (Comartin), negatived, 981-2
    >>212.\Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--Ethics Commissioner and Senate Ethics Officer)(Bill C-34), report stage and second reading, concurrence, with amdt., M. (Boudria), agreed to, 982-3
    >>213.\Criminal Code (amdt.--hate propaganda)(Bill C-250), Report stage,Motion No. 2 (new clause, 2), (Toews), negatived, 983-4
    >>214.\Criminal Code (amdt.--hate propaganda)(Bill C-250), Report stage,Motion No. 3 (new clause, 3), (Toews), negatived, 984-5
    >>215.\Criminal Code (amdt.--hate propaganda)(Bill C-250), Report stage, concurrence, with amdt., M. (Robinson), agreed to, 985-6
    >>216.\Criminal Code (amdt.--hate propaganda)(Bill C-250), Report stage, 3rd r, M. (Robinson), agreed to, 987-8
    >>217.\Community activity support fund, Members of Parliament, access, M-393(Bachand, C.), negatived, 988-9
    >>218.\Chief Actuary Act (Bill C-421), 2nd r, M. (Ablonczy), agreed to, 989-90
    >>219.\Income tax, tax equity, tax convention with Barbados, termination/taxhavens elimination, Supply Motion (Paquette), negatived, 1028-9
    >>220.\Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (amdt.)(Bill C-49), Procedure andHouse Affairs Standing Committee referral prior to second reading, M.(Boudria), agreed to, 1029-30
    >>221.\Bovine Spongiform Encephylapothy (BES), Alberta, cow infected, singlecase, beef export ban, quarantine measures, re-opening United States border,Washington, DC, multi-party delegation, Supply Motion (Schellenberger), negatived, 1036-7
    >>222.\Proportional representation, referendum/commission, Supply Motion(Nystrom), negatived, 1059-60
    >>223.\Parliament Canada Act (amdt.--Ethics Commissioner and Senate Ethics Officer)(Bill C-34), 3rd r, M. (Boudria), amdt. (Forseth), negatived, 1060-1
    >>224.\Income Tax Act (amdt.--natural resources)(Bill C-48), 2nd r, M. (Manley), agreed to, 1061-2
    >>225.\Procedure, Superseding Motion, "That this question be now put" (Previous Question), M. (Cuzner); [Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--Ethics Commissionerand Senate Ethics Officer)(Bill C-34), 3rd r, M. (Boudria)], agreed to, 1068-9
    >>226.\Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--Ethics Commissioner and Senate Ethics Officer)(Bill C-34), 3rd r, M. (Boudria), agreed to, 1069-71
    >>227.\Library and Archives of Canada Act (Bill C-36), Report stage, MotionNo. 12 (Clause 8), (Strahl), negatived, 1071-2
    >>228.\Library and Archives of Canada Act (Bill C-36), Report stage, MotionNo. 17 (Clause 13), (Strahl), negatived, 1072-3
    >>229.\Library and Archives of Canada Act (Bill C-36), Report stage, MotionNo. 20 (Clause 21), (Strahl) [Applied vote for Motions Nos. 21 and 23], negatived, 1073
    >>230.\Library and Archives of Canada Act (Bill C-36), Report stage, concurrence, as amended, M. (Copps), agreed to, 1073-4
    >>231.\Employment Insurance Act (amdt.)(Bill C-406), 2nd r, M. (Godin), negatived, 1075-6
    >>232.\Discrimination and racism, "social condition", including as prohibitedground, M-392 (Cardin), negatived, 1076-7
    >>233.\Firearms registry (Canadian Firearms Program), suspension, publicinquiry, M-387 (Venne), amdt. (Lanctôt), negatived, 1077-8
    >>234.\Firearms registry (Canadian Firearms Program), suspension, publicinquiry, M-387 (Venne), negatived, 1078-9
    >>235.\Abortion, medical necessity/health risks, Health Standing Committeestudy, M-83 (Breitkreuz), negatived, 1079-80
    >>236.\Procedure, Superseding Motion "That the House do now proceed to theOrders of the Day", M. (Regan); [during Human Resources Development and theStatus of Persons with Disabilities Standing Committee, Fourth Report(Building a Brighter Future for Urban Aboriginal Children), concurrence, M.(Desjarlais)], agreed to, 1102-3
    >>237.\Public Safety Act, 2002 (Bill C-17), Time allocation under S.O. 78(3), M. (Boudria), agreed to, 1103-4
    >>238.\Public Safety Act, 2002 (Bill C-17), 3rd r, M. (Collenette), agreed to, 1105-6
    >>239.\Gasoline taxes, municipalities, providing portion to, initiatingdiscusions with provinces and territories, Supply Motion (Moore), agreed to, 1106-7
    >>240.\Environmental contaminants, medical conditions and illnesses,prevention, M-399 (Masse), amdt. (Gagnon, M.), agreed to, 1107-8
    >>241.\Environmental contaminants, medical conditions and illnesses,prevention, M-399 (Masse), as amended, negatived, 1108-10
    >>242.\Income Tax Act (amdt.--natural resources)(Bill C-48)), 1114-5
    >>243.\Solicitor General Department, government contracts, Everett Roche,Solcitor General MacAulay former official agent, $140,000 sole sourcecontract, alleged conflict, Ethics Counsellor report, P-15 (Clark), negatived, 1115-6
    >>244.\Income Tax Act (amdt.--deduction for volunteer emergency services)(Bill C-325), 2nd r, M. (Casson), negatived, 1116-7
    >>245.\Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (amdt.)(Bill C-49), Report stageand second reading, concurrence, as amended, M. (Boudria), agreed to, 1130-1
    >>246.\Income Tax Act (amdt.--natural resources)(Bill C-48), 3rd r, M. (Manley), agreed to, 1139-40
    >>247.\Contraventions Act and Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (amdt.)(BillC-38), Non-Medical Use of Drugs Special Committee referral, M. (Cauchon),agreed to, 1140-1
    >>248.\Procedure, Superseding Motion, "That the House do now proceed to theOrders of the Day", M. (Catterall); [during National Defence and VeteransAffairs Standing Committee, Sixth Report (motion concerning Children ofDeceased Veterans Education Assistance Act (amdt.)(Bill C-50)), concurrence,M. (Hearn)], agreed to, 1147-8
    >>249.\Artists, creative and interpretive artists, income tax exemption, M-293(Lill), amdt. (Picard), negatived, 1149-50
    >>250.\Artists, creative and interpretive artists, income tax exemption, M-293(Lill), negatived, 1150-1
    >>251.\Food and Drugs Act (amdt.)(Bill C-420), 2nd r, M. (Lunney), agreed to, 1152-3
    >>252.\Canada Labour Code (amdt.)(Bill C-328), 2nd r, M. (Guay), negatived, 1153-4
    >>253.\Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (amdt.)(Bill C-49), 3rd r, M. (Boudria), agreed to, 1157-8
    >>254.\Procedure, Superseding Motion, "That the House do now proceed to the Orders of the Day", M. (Regan), agreed to, 1170-1
    >>255.\Chrétien, Right Hon. Jean, references, retirement by February 2004,announcement, earlier, following November 2003 leadership convention, M. on supply (Gauthier), negatived, 1178-9
    >>256.\Estimates, 2003-2004, Supplementary (A), Solicitor General, Vote 7a(Canadian Firearms Centre - Operating expenditures), concurrence, Motion No. 1(Robillard), agreed to, 1179-80
    >>257.\Estimates, 2003-2004, Supplementary (A), Solicitor General, Vote 8a(Canadian Firearms Centre - Contributions), concurrence, Motion No. 2(Robillard), agreed to, 1180-1
    >>258.\Estimates, 2003-2004, Supplementary (A), Solicitor General, Vote 35a(Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Operating expenditures), concurrence, MotionNo. 3 (Robillard), agreed to, 1182-3
    >>259.\Estimates, 2003-2004, Supplementary (A), Natural Resources, Vote 15a(Atomic Energy of Canada Limited - Payments to Atomic Energy of Canada Limitedfor operating and capital expenditures), concurrence, Motion No. 4 (Robillard), agreed to, 1183
    >>260.\Estimates, 2003-2004, Supplementary (A), Canadian Heritage, Vote 20a(Canadian Broadcasting Corporation - Operating expenditures), concurrence,Motion No. 5 (Robillard), agreed to, 1183-4
    >>261.\Estimates, 2003-2004, Supplementary (A), Agriculture and Agri-Food,Vote 1a (Department - Operating expenditures), concurrence, Motion No. 6(Robillard), agreed to, 1184-5
    >>262.\Estimates, 2003-2004, Supplementary (A), Public Works and GovernmentServices, Vote 15a (Communication Canada - Operating expenditures), concurrence,Motion No. 7 (Robillard), agreed to, 1185-6
    >>263.\Estimates, 2003-2004, Supplementary (A), concurrence, M. (Robillard), agreed to, 1186-7
    >>264.\Appropriation Act No. 3, 2003-2004 (Bill C-55), 2nd r, M. (Robillard), agreed to, 1187
    >>265.\Appropriation Act No. 3, 2003-2004 (Bill C-55), Report stage, concurrence, M. (Robillard), agreed to, 1187
    >>266.\Appropriation Act No. 3, 2003-2004 (Bill C-55), 3rd r, M. (Robillard), agreed to, 1187-8
    >>267.\Procedure, Superseding Motion "That this question be now put" (Previous Question), M. (Bourdria); [during Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13),3rd r, M. (McLellan)], agreed to, 1188-9
    >>268.\Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13), 3rd r, M. (McLellan), agreed to, 1189-90
    >>269.\Canada Pension Plan (CPP), "pensionable employment", worker'scompensation payments, including, M-197 (Desjarlais), negatived, 1190-1
    >>270.\Bankruptcy, workers wages, priority over other creditors, Supply Motion (Desjarlais), negatived, 1191-2
    >>271.\Criminal Code and Youth Criminal Justice Act (amdt.--sentencingprinciples)(Bill C-416), 2nd r, M. (Pallister), negatived, 1197-8
    >>272.\Quebec, nation status, right to opt out of federal initiatives withfull financial compensation, M-394 (Rocheleau), negatived, 1198-9
    >>273.\Specific Claims Resolution Act (Bill C-6), Senate passage, with amdts.,concurrence, M. (Nault), Time allocation under S.O. 78(3), M. (Boudria), agreed to, 1226-7
    >>274.\Specific Claims Resolution Act (Bill C-6), Senate passage, with amdts.,concurrence, M. (Nault), agreed to, 1229-30
    >>275.\Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act and Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Regulations, 1999 (amdt.)(Bill C-54), 2nd r, M. (Manley), 1230-1
    >>276.\Criminal Code (amdt.--capital markets fraud and evidence gathering)(Bill C-46), 3rd r, M. (Cauchon), agreed to, 1240-1
    >>277.\Criminal Code (amdt.--street racing)(Bill C-338), 2nd r, M. (Cadman), agreed to, 1241-2