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Access to Information Act (amdt.--Crown corporations and Canadian Wheat Board)(Bill C-302)--Borotsik

Access to Information: Making it Work for Canadians see Accessto Information Review Task Force

Access to Information Review Task Force

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee
    >>>"Access to Information: Making it Work for Canadians", response, Special Report of the Information Commissioner, 53 (8560-372-734-01)

Accidents see Traffic accidents

Accountability see Airport authorities;Crown corporations--Internal audits;Estimates process;Financial Information Strategy (FIS);First Nations--Administration;Foundations--Parliamentary scrutiny;Government departments, boards, agencies and commissions--Internal audits;Government expenditures;Government finances--Comptrollership;Government grants and contributions--Management;Indian bands/reserves--Governance;Proceeds of crime;Regulations

Accounting see Standardized Accounting

Achieving our Commitments Together: Climate Change Draft Plan - Overview see Kyoto Protocol (1997)

ACOA see Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA)

Acrylamides

    >>Carcinogens, labels on processed foods, requiring, petitions
    >>>(Adams), (372-1645), 838, gr, 1033 (8545-372-85-03); (372-2121), 1098, gr, 1131 (8545-372-85-05)

Actions to date and on-going on October 10, 2002 see Government contracts--Sponsorship program

Address in Reply see Throne Speech

Adjournment motions under S.O. 52 see Emergency debates (Adjournment motions under S.O. 52)

Adoption

    >>Expenses, income tax deduction
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Hill, J.), (371-0788), gr, 45 (8545-372-5-01); (371-0804), gr, 45(8545-372-5-01); (372-0205 to 372-0207), 102, gr, 218 (8545-372-34-01); (372-0715), 263, gr, 320 (8545-372-34-02); (372-1703), 871, gr, 954 (8545-372-34-10); (372-1751 and 372-1752), 884, gr, 954 (8545-372-34-10); (372-2372), 1222
    >>>See also Income Tax Act (amdt.--child adoption expenses)(Bill C-246)

Advertising see Airlines--Fares;Government contracts--Sponsorship program;Government departments, boards, agencies and commissions--Communications

AECL see Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL)

Aerial spraying

    >>Chemicals, adverse effects
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Herron), (372-1644), 838, gr, 1033 (8545-372-13-11)

Aeronautics Act (amdt.--automatic defibrillators)(Bill C-287)--Phinney

Affirmation of Citizenship see Citizenship Act (amdt.--Oath or Affirmationof Citizenship)(Bill C-203)

Afghanistan

    >>Petitions
    >>>(Volpe), (372-1128), 435, gr, 729 (8545-372-82-01)
    >>Peacekeeping operation, Canadian Armed Forces participation, casualties,October 2, 2003 vehicle patrol/explosive device, death of Sergeant Robert AlanShort and Corporal Robbie Christopher Beerenfenger, injuries to CorporalThomas Jared Stirling, Master Corporal Jason Cory Hamilton, and CorporalCameron Lee Laidlaw, Statement by Minister (McCallum), 1084

Africa

    >>Economic development, G-8 Summit 2002 priorities see Foreign Affairs and International Trade Standing Committee--Reports from 1st Session, Twenty-first
    >>See also HIV/AIDS

Age of consent (sexual relations)

    >>Raising
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Hanger), (372-2512 to 372-2514), 1238
    >>>>(Ritz), (372-0474), 180, gr, 272 (8545-372-45-02)
    >>>>(Thompson, M.), (372-0272), 109, gr, 261 (8545-372-45-01); (372-0541), 200, gr, 272 (8545-372-45-02); (372-0819), 304, gr, 320 (8545-372-45-03); (372-2299), 1175
    >>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.--age of consent)(Bill C-306);Criminal Code (amdt.--prohibited sexual acts)(Bill C-215)

Agriculture

    >>Competition see Agriculture and Agri-Food Standing Committee--Reports from1st Session, Third
    >>Emergencies/disasters, national committee see National Agriculture IndustryRelief Coordination Act (Bill C-304)
    >>Occupational health and safety, document, "Canadian Position with Respect to Convention 184 and Recommendation 192 adopted at the 89th Session of the International Labour Conference held in Geneva, Switzerland, in June 2001", tabled, 302 (8525-372-10)
    >>Petitions
    >>>(Calder), (372-1436), 701, gr, 883 (8545-372-84-01)
    >>>(Steckle), (372-1445 and 372-1446), 716, gr, 883 (8545-372-84-01); (372-1788 and 372-1789), 905, gr, 978 (8545-372-84-02)
    >>Policy see Agriculture and Agri-Food Standing Committee--Reports from 1stSession, Fifth
    >>See also Canadian Farm-Raised Deer and Elk Month;Cattle;Dairy products;Family farms;Farm income crisis;Grain industry;Pesticides

Agriculture and Agri-Food Administrative Monetary Penalties Act

    >>Legislation see Pest Control Products Act (Bill C-8)

Agriculture and Agri-Food Department

    >>Departmental Performance Report
    >>>2001-2002, tabled, 175 (8563-372-2)
    >>>2002-2003, tabled, 1203 (8563-372-91)
    >>Estimates, 2002-2003, Supplementary (A)
    >>>Referred to Agriculture and Agri-Food Standing Committee, 143
    >>Estimates, 2002-2003, Supplementary (B)
    >>>Referred to Agriculture and Agri-Food Standing Committee, 472
    >>>Vote 10b see Estimates, 2002-2003, Supplementary (B)
    >>Estimates, 2003-2004, Main
    >>>Referred to Agriculture and Agri-Food Standing Committee, 473
    >>>Vote 1 see Estimates, 2003-2004, Main
    >>Estimates, 2003-2004, Supplementary (A)
    >>>Referred to Agriculture and Agri-Food Standing Committee, 1005
    >>>Vote 1a see Estimates, 2003-2004, Supplementary (A)
    >>>See also Agriculture and Agri-Food Standing Committee--Reports, Second
    >>See also Access to Information Act;Estimates, 2003-2004, Main--Reports on Plans and Priorities;Privacy Act

Agriculture and Agri-Food Standing Committee

    >>Estimates referred
    >>>2002-2003, Supplementary (A)
    >>>>Agriculture and Agri-Food, 143
    >>>2002-2003, Supplementary (B)
    >>>>Agriculture and Agri-Food, 472
    >>>2003-2004, Main
    >>>>Agriculture and Agri-Food, 473
    >>>2003-2004, Supplementary (A)
    >>>>Agriculture and Agri-Food, 1005
    >>Membership, 69, 180, 335, 374, 861, 1008-9
    >>Reports
    >>>First (Bovine Tuberculosis in the Immediate Vicinity of Riding Mountain National Park in Manitoba), 678 (8510-372-62)
    >>>>gr, 961 (8512-372-62)
    >>>Second (Supplementary Estimates (A), 2003-2004 -- Votes 1a, 5a, 10a, 30a and 40a under Agriculture and Agri-Food), 1125 (8510-372-141)
    >>>Third (The Investigation and the Government Response Following the Discovery of a Single Case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy), 1225(8510-372-160)
    >>Reports from 1st Session, 37th Parliament
    >>>Third, "Registration of Pesticides and the Competitiveness of Canadian Farmers" (8510-371-154)
    >>>>gr, 25 (8512-372-154)
    >>>Fourth (Labelling of Genetically Modified Food and its Impacts on Farmers),(8510-371-175)
    >>>>gr, 150 (8512-372-175)
    >>>Fifth (The Future Role of the Government in Agriculture), (8510-371-179), gr, 190 (8512-372-179)
    >>Reports permanently referred see Canadian Broiler Hatching Egg Marketing Agency;Canadian Dairy Commission;Canadian Egg Marketing Agency;Canadian Food Inspection Agency;Canadian Turkey Marketing Agency;Canadian Wheat Board;Chicken Farmers of Canada;Farm Credit Canada;Farm Income Protection Act (FIPA);Order in Council appointments

Air Canada Public Participation Act

    >>Legislation see Transportation Amendment Act (Bill C-26)

Air transportation security

    >>Legislation see Public Safety Act, 2002 (Bill C-16);Public Safety Act, 2002 (Bill C-17)

Air Travel Complaints Commissionner

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Transport Standing Committee
    >>>January 1, 2002 to June 30, 2002 report, 344 (8560-372-751-01)
    >>>July 1, 2002 to December 31, 2002 report, 859 (8560-372-751-02)

Air Travellers Security Charge

    >>Government reconsidering
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Desjarlais), (372-1344 to 372-1366), 659, gr, 728 (8545-372-48-03); (372-1367), 659, gr, 767 (8545-372-48-04)
    >>>>(Moore), (372-0459), 171, gr, 282 (8545-372-48-01)
    >>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)

Air Travellers Security Charge 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)
    >>See also Transport Standing Committee--Reports, First

Aircraft

    >>Criminal activity onboard, prevention, use of reasonable force see CriminalCode (amdt.)(Bill C-32)
    >>See also Defibrillators

Airlines

    >>Competition see Transportation Amendment Act (Bill C-26)
    >>Fares, full price disclosure in advertising see Transportation Amendment Act(Bill C-26)
    >>Licensing see Transportation Amendment Act (Bill C-26)
    >>Mergers see Transportation Amendment Act (Bill C-26)
    >>See also Transport Standing Committee--Reports, Second

Airport authorities

    >>Corporate governance, accountability see Canada Airports Act (Bill C-27)

Airport Transfer (Miscellaneous Matters) Act

    >>Legislation see Canada Airports Act (Bill C-27)

Airports

    >>Policy see Canada Airports Act (Bill C-27)
    >>Transfer to airport authorities, Transport Department management, Auditor General Report (2000), Chp. 10 see Public Accounts StandingCommittee--Reports from 1st Session, Twenty-first
    >>See also Toronto City Centre Airport

Alaska see Water--British Columbia-Alaska transboundary watersheds

Alberta see Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE);Electoral boundaries;Farm Income Protection Act (FIPA);Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)--Reports, Agreements for RCMP policingservices

Alcohol see Fetal alcohol syndrome;Impaired driving;Parole

Alcoholic beverage containers, warning labels

    >>Petitions
    >>>(Szabo), (372-0145), 85, gr, 405 (8545-372-65-01); (372-0165), 91, gr, 405 (8545-372-65-01); (372-0331), 115, gr, 405 (8545-372-65-01); (372-0336), 122, gr, 405 (8545-372-65-01); (372-0441), 162, gr, 405 (8545-372-65-01)
    >>>(Wasylycia-Leis), (372-1799 to 372-1802), 905, gr, 1033 (8545-372-65-2); (372-2214), 1133, gr, 1221 (8545-372-65-03); (372-2427 to 372-2431), 1226, gr, 1258 (8545-372-65-04)

Algeria

    >>Refugees
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Davies), (372-1160), 453, gr, 692 (8545-372-78-01)

All-news television channel

    >>World-wide, collaboration of La Francophonie, M-141 (Marceau), 232-3,dropped from the Order Paper, under S.O. 96(1), 233

Allergies see Herbal remedies

Allotted days see Supply days

Alternate Dispute Resolution Act (Bill C-365)--Harb

Alternative fuels see Government automobiles/motor vehicles

Alternative Fuels Act

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Environment and Sustainable Development Standing Committee
    >>>Atlantic Pilotage Authority
    >>>>2000-2001 and 2001-2002, 954 (8560-372-105-01)
    >>>>2002-2003, 961 (8560-372-105-02)
    >>>Atomic Energy of Canada Limited
    >>>>2001-2002, 135 (8560-372-649-01)
    >>>>2002-2003, 1086 (8560-372-649-02)
    >>>Business Development Bank of Canada
    >>>>2001-2002, 4 (8560-372-152-01)
    >>>>2002-2003, 967 (8560-372-152-02)
    >>>Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation
    >>>>2002-2003, 956 (8560-372-646-01)
    >>>Canada Lands Company Limited
    >>>>2001-2002, 106 (8560-372-630-01)
    >>>>2002-2003, 1064 (8560-372-630-02)
    >>>Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
    >>>>2002-2003, 996 (8560-372-629-01)
    >>>Canada Post Corporation
    >>>>2001-2002, 966 (8560-372-635-01)
    >>>>2001-2002, 106 (8560-372-630-01)
    >>>Canada Science and Technology Museum Corporation
    >>>>2002-2003, 1064 (8560-372-170-02)
    >>>Canadian Commercial Corporation
    >>>>2001-2002, 7 (8560-372-781-01)
    >>>>2002-2003, 958 (8560-372-781-02)
    >>>Canadian Dairy Commission
    >>>>2002-2003, 968 (8560-372-699-01)
    >>>Canadian Museum of Civilization
    >>>>2001-2002, 21 (8560-372-161-01)
    >>>>2002-2003, 1063 (8560-372-161-02)
    >>>Canadian Museum of Nature
    >>>>2001-2002, 21 (8560-372-166-01)
    >>>>2002-2003, 1063 (8560-372-166-02)
    >>>Canadian Tourism Commission
    >>>>2002, 967 (8560-372-794-01)
    >>>Cape Breton Development Corporation
    >>>>2001-2002, 88 (8560-372-151-01)
    >>>>2002-2003, 965 (8560-372-151-02)
    >>>Export Development Canada
    >>>>2001-2002, 97 (8560-372-662-01)
    >>>>2002-2003, 1055 (8560-372-662-02)
    >>>Farm Credit Canada
    >>>>2002-2003, 822 (8560-372-647-01)
    >>>Federal Bridge Corporation Limited
    >>>>2001-2002, 623 (8560-372-806-1)
    >>>Freshwater Fish Marketing Corporation
    >>>>2001-2002, 87 (8560-372-769-01)
    >>>>2002-2003, 964 (8560-372-769-02)
    >>>National Capital Commission
    >>>>2001-2002, 16 (8560-372-160-01)
    >>>>2002-2003, 1063 (8560-372-160-02)
    >>>National Gallery of Canada
    >>>>2001-2002, 21 (8560-372-167-01)
    >>>>2002-2003, 1063 (8560-372-167-02)
    >>>National Museum of Science and Technology
    >>>>2001-2002, 21 (8560-372-170-01)
    >>>Old Port of Montreal Corporation Inc.
    >>>>2001-2002, 499 (8560-372-632-01)
    >>>Queens Quay West Land Corporation
    >>>>2001-2002, 135 (8560-372-631-01)
    >>>>2002-2003, 1064 (8560-372-631-02)
    >>>Ridley Terminals Inc.
    >>>>2002-2003, 961 (8560-372-793-01)
    >>>Royal Canadian Mint
    >>>>2002, 803 (8560-372-659-01)
    >>>Standards Council of Canada
    >>>>2001-2002, 4 (8560-372-122-01)
    >>>>2002-2003, 966 (8560-372-122-02)
    >>>Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
    >>>>2001-2002, 4 (8560-372-648-01)
    >>>>2002-2003, 1064 (8560-372-648-02)

Amateur sport

    >>Fees, income tax deduction see Income Tax Act (amdt--amateur sportfees)(Bill C-210)

Amendments and Corrections Act, 2003 (Bill C-41)--Leader of the Governmentin the House of Commons (Boudria)

    >>1st r, 852
    >>2nd r, 1047, agreed to, 1047
    >>Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, 1047
    >>>Report, without amdt., 1083
    >>Report stage concurrence, deemed adopted, 1089-90
    >>3rd r, deemed adopted, 1089-90, passed

An Industry in Crisis: Safeguarding the Viability of the Canadian Airline Industry see Transport Standing Committee--Reports, Second

Anglican Church of Canada see St. Andrew's Rectory and St. Andrew's AnglicanChurch National Historic Sites of Canada

Anglican Diocese of Huron see Mohawk Institute

Angola see United Nations Angola Regulations

Animal-Sourced Insulins: Availability for Diabetics see HealthStanding Committee--Reports, Fourth

Animals see Cattle;Cruelty to animals;Dogs;Horses;Wildlife

Annual Report on the Law Enforcement Justification Provisions: Pursuant to Section 25.3 of the Criminal Code 2002 see Law enforcement officers

Antarctic

    >>Environmental protection see Antarctic Environmental Protection Act(Bill C-42)

Antarctic Environmental Protection Act (Bill C-42)--Minister of the Environment (Anderson, Hon. David)

    >>1st r, 869-70
    >>2nd r, 931
    >>Deemed adopted at all stages, 931
    >>Committee of the Whole
    >>>Referral, 931
    >>>Report, without amdt., 931
    >>3rd r, 931, passed
    >>Senate passage, without amdt., 1110
    >>Royal Assent, 1129 (Chap. 20, S.C. 2003)

Antipoverty Act (Bill C-228)--Ménard

    >>1st r, 62
    >>2nd r, 369, 371, dropped from the Order Paper, under S.O. 96(1), 371

Appendices to Hansard

    >>Mulroney, Right Hon. Brian, official portrait unveiling, November 19, 2002, speeches, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 209

Appropriation Act No. 3, 2002-2003 (Bill C-21)--President of the Treasury Board (Robillard)

    >>1st r, 269
    >>2nd r, agreed to on division, 269
    >>Committee of the Whole
    >>>Referral, 269
    >>>Report, without amdt., 269
    >>Report stage, 269
    >>>Concurrence, M. (Boudria), 269, agreed to on division, 269
    >>3rd r, 269, agreed to on division, 269, passed
    >>Senate passage, without amdt., 300
    >>Royal Assent, 307 (Chap. 27, S.C. 2002)

Appropriation Act No. 4, 2002-2003 (Bill C-29)--President of the Treasury Board (Robillard)

    >>1st r, 560
    >>2nd r, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 72), 560
    >>Committee of the Whole
    >>>Referral, 560
    >>>Report, without amdt., 560
    >>Report stage, 560
    >>>Concurrence, M. (Robillard), 560, agreed to on recorded division (DivisionNo. 73), 560
    >>3rd r, 561, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 74), 561, passed
    >>Senate passage, without amdt., 621
    >>Royal Assent, 622 (Chap. 3, S.C. 2003)

Appropriation Act No. 1, 2003-2004 (Bill C-30)--President of the Treasury Board (Robillard)

    >>1st r, 563
    >>2nd r, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 76), 563
    >>Committee of the Whole
    >>>Referral, 563
    >>>Report, without amdt., 563
    >>Report stage, 560
    >>>Concurrence, M. (Robillard), 563, agreed to on recorded division (DivisionNo. 77), 563
    >>3rd r, 563, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 78), 563-4, passed
    >>Senate passage, without amdt., 621
    >>Royal Assent, 622 (Chap. 4, S.C. 2003)