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Invasive alien aquatic species

    >>Petitions
    >>>(Steckle), (372-2087), 1066, gr, 1208 (8545-372-21-05)

Investigation and the Government Response Following the Discovery of a Single Case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy, The see Agricultureand Agri-Food Standing Committee--Reports, Third

Investment see Canada Pension Plan (CPP);Foreign investment;Foreign investment entities;Free trade agreements;Insider trading;Non-resident trusts;Pensions

Investing in Canada's Health Care System see Budget 2003(February 18, 2003)--Documents

Ipsos-Reid see Government departments, boards, agencies and commissions

Iran see Kazemi, Zahra

Iraq

    >>Dictatorship, human rights abuses, international criminal tribunal,establishing, resolution, 619
    >>Disarmament, deadline, Canadian proposal, document, "Non-Paper Ideas onBridging the Divide", tabled, 487 (8530-372-5)
    >>International situation
    >>>Committee of the Whole take note (Government Business No. 13)
    >>>>Committee shall consider a motion, agreed to, by unanimous consent, 314
    >>>>M. (Boudria), 341
    >>>House take note (Government Business No. 1)
    >>>>House shall consider a motion, agreed to, by unanimous consent, 2-3
    >>>>M. (Boudria), 6, 15, 20, deemed withdrawn, 20
    >>>>>Amdt., M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 14
    >>>See also Foreign Affairs and International Trade Standing Committee--Reports, Fourth
    >>See also Trade

Iraq, United States pre-emptive attack

    >>Canadian participation
    >>>Government decision/Canada-United States relations (Government Busness No. 15), M. (Chrétien), 664, 669
    >>>House of Commons consultation/vote, M. on supply (Reynolds), 382-3,division deferred, 383, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 39),399-401
    >>>>Amdt. (Lalonde), 383, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 38), 398-9
    >>>>Non-participation, M. on supply (Duceppe), 525, 526-7, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 61), 528-9
    >>>>>Amdt. (Bachand, C.), 525, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 60), 527-8
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Abbott), (372-1806), 905, gr, 1002 (8545-372-83-02)
    >>>>(Adams), (372-0039), 13, gr, 231 (8545-372-24-02); (372-0066), 19, gr, 231 (8545-372-24-02); (372-0067), 26, gr, 231 (8545-372-24-02); (372-0412), 158, gr, 231 (8545-372-24-02); (372-0546), 210, gr, 282 (8545-372-24-03);(372-0692), 257, gr, 352 (8545-372-24-04); (372-0762), 283, gr, 352 (8545-372-24-04); (372-0832), 304, gr, 352 (8545-372-24-04); (372-1333), 650, gr, 869 (8545-372-83-01); (372-1509 and 372-1510), 755, gr, 869 (8545-372-83-01); (372-1611), 805, gr, 869 (8545-372-83-01)
    >>>>(Bagnell), (372-1369), 659, gr, 1002 (8545-372-83-02); (372-1440), 716,gr, 869 (8545-372-83-01); (372-1568 and 372-1569), 783, gr, 869 (8545-372-83-01)
    >>>>(Blaikie), (372-1767), 904, gr, 1002 (8545-372-83-02)
    >>>>(Brison), (372-1719), 880, gr, 1002 (8545-372-83-02)
    >>>>(Calder), (372-1981 and 372-1982), 996, gr, 1111 (8545-372-83-04)
    >>>>(Casson), (372-1963), 994, gr, 1236 (8545-372-83-5)
    >>>>(Chatters), (372-1641), 838, gr, 1002 (8545-372-83-02)
    >>>>(Davies), (372-1742), 880, gr, 1002 (8545-372-83-02)
    >>>>(Dubé), (372-0569), 225, gr, 352 (8545-372-24-04)
    >>>>(Elley), (372-1583), 793, gr, 869 (8545-372-83-01)
    >>>>(Goldring), (372-2416 to 372-2418), 1226
    >>>>(Gouk), (372-1201 and 372-1202), 497, gr, 869 (8545-372-83-01);(372-1584), 795, gr, 869 (8545-372-83-01); (372-1673), 864, gr, 1002 (8545-372-83-02)
    >>>>(Gagnon, C.), (372-1283), 631, gr, 869 (8545-372-83-01)
    >>>>(Gouk), (372-1477 and 372-1478), 728, gr, 869 (8545-372-83-01)
    >>>>(Guimond), (372-1264 to 372-1266), 619, gr, 869 (8545-372-83-01);(372-1404 and 372-1405), 679, gr, 869 (8545-372-83-01); (372-1763), 904, gr, 1002 (8545-372-83-02)
    >>>>(Kenney), (372-2527), 1238
    >>>>(LeBlanc), (372-1171), 477, gr, 1002 (8545-372-83-02)
    >>>>(Macklin), (372-1520 to 372-1522), 756, gr, 869 (8545-372-83-01);(372-1627 and 372-1628), 823, gr, 1002 (8545-372-83-02)
    >>>>(McDonough), (372-1205), 497, gr, 869 (8545-372-83-01);(372-1208 and 372-1209), 519, gr, 869 (8545-372-83-01); (372-1463), 717, gr, 869 (8545-372-83-01); (372-1883 to 372-1894), 936, gr, 1066 (8545-372-83-03)
    >>>>(Proulx), (372-1049), 407, gr, 869 (8545-372-83-01)
    >>>>(Regan), (372-1872 and 372-1873), 935, gr, 1066 (8545-372-83-03)
    >>>>(Rocheleau), (372-1207), 519, gr, 1002 (8545-372-83-02)
    >>>>(Schmidt), (372-1506), 754, gr, 869 (8545-372-83-01)
    >>>>(Stinson), (372-1081), 420, gr, 869 (8545-372-83-01)
    >>>>(Wasylycia-Leis), (372-1625), 820, gr, 1002 (8545-372-83-02);(372-1793), 905, gr, 1002 (8545-372-83-02)
    >>>United Nations Security Council authorization, M. on supply (Bachand, C.), 389, 391-2, division deferred, 392, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 40), 401-2
    >>Canadian position
    >>>M. on supply (Day), 541-2, 545-6, negatived on recorded division(Division No. 64), 550-1
    >>>>Amdt. (Jaffer), 545, division deferred, 546, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 63), 549-50
    >>>M. on supply (Harper), 654, division deferred, 655, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 143), 668-9
    >>M. to adjourn under S.O. 52 (Lalonde), adopted, 499
    >>>Accepted, 498

Islam see Sharia

Israel

    >>Israel Defense Force soldiers, Israel-Lebanon border patrol, October 7, 2000 Hezbollah abduction, Canadian assistance
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Bennett), (372-0087), 33, gr, 231 (8545-372-36-01)
    >>>>(Parrish), (372-2565), 1252
    >>See also Customs duties

Italy

    >>Tax treaties see Tax Conventions Implementation Act, 2002(Bill S-2)
    >>See also Social security agreements

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Jacques Cartier and Champlain Bridges Incorporated see Access to Information Act;Privacy Act

James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement and Northeastern Quebec Agreement"Cree-Inuit-Naskapi"

    >>1998-1999 and 1999-2000 annual reports, tabled, 301 (8560-372-438-01)

Jasper, AB see Parks Canada--Reports

Jobin, Christian, (Lib.--Lévis-et-Chutes-de-la-Chaudière; elected in by-election June 16, 2003)

    >>References see Elections--Certificates of election

Journalism see Kazemi, Zahra

Journée internationale de la Francophonie

    >>Government expenditures, Q-236 (Reynolds), deemed referred to Canadian Heritage Standing Committee, 948

Joyriding (auto theft)

    >>Penalties see Criminal Code (amdt.--joyriding)(Bill C-468)

Jubilee Day

    >>Queen Elizabeth II, Golden Jubilee, February 25, holiday commemorating
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Cullen), (372-1543), 763, gr, 953 (8545-372-8-02)

Judge Advocate General

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to National Defence and Veterans Affairs Standing Committee
    >>>2002-2003 annual report, 873 (8560-372-735-01)

Judges

    >>Appointment, M-288 (Marceau), 748, dropped to bottom of Order of Precedencelist under S.O. 93, 748, 1049, division deferred, 1049, agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1077
    >>See also Citizenship Judges;Military judges;Supreme Court of Canada;Violent offenders--Security classification

Judges Act

    >>Legislation see Divorce Act, Family Orders and Agreements EnforcementAssistance Act, Garnishment, Attachment and Pension Diversion Act and JudgesAct (amdt.)(Bill C-22)

Judicial Interim Release see Gun control

Judicial law-making

    >>Misappropriation by courts of Parliament's right to legislate on matters ofsocial policy, M. on supply (Toews), 755

Juno Beach Centre (World War II Memorial)

    >>Establishment, tribute, Statement by Minister (Pagtakhan), 837

Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee

    >>Bills referred
    >>>Criminal Code (amdt.)(Bill C-32), 700
    >>>Criminal Code (amdt.--capital markets fraud and evidence gathering)(Bill C-46), 1114
    >>>Criminal Code (amdt.--criminal liability of organizations)(Bill C-45), 999
    >>>Criminal Code (amdt.--firefighters)(Bill C-269), 780
    >>>Criminal Code (amdt.--hate propaganda)(Bill C-250), 108
    >>>Criminal Code (amdt.--protection of children and other vulnerablepersons) and Canada Evidence Act (amdt.)(Bill C-20), 641
    >>>Criminal Code (amdt.--street racing)(Bill C-338), 1242
    >>>Divorce Act, Family Orders and Agreements Enforcement Assistance Act, Garnishment, Attachment and Pension Diversion Act and Judges Act (amdt.)(Bill C-22), 462
    >>>International Transfer of Offenders Act (Bill C-33), 770
    >>>Sex Offender Information Registration Act (Bill C-23), 668
    >>>Statutory Instruments Act (amdt.--disallowance procedure for statutory instruments)(Bill C-205), 855
    >>Estimates referred
    >>>2002-2003, Supplementary (A)
    >>>>Justice, 144
    >>>>Solicitor General, 144
    >>>2002-2003, Supplementary (B)
    >>>>Justice, 472
    >>>>Solicitor General, 472
    >>>2003-2004, Main
    >>>>Justice, 474
    >>>>Privy Council Office, 474
    >>>>Solicitor General, 474
    >>>2003-2004, Supplementary (A)
    >>>>Justice, 1006
    >>>>Solicitor General, 1006
    >>Membership, 77-8, 218, 336, 369-70, 390, 435, 861, 883-4, 1019-20
    >>Reports
    >>>Deemed presented when deposited during June, July, August and September 2003 adjournment, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 932
    >>>First (extension of time to consider Bill C-250, An Act to amend the Criminal Code (hate propaganda)), 476 (8510-372-39)
    >>>>Concurrence, M. (Robinson), 542, agreed to, 542
    >>>Second (extension of time to consider Bill C-231, An Act to amend the Divorce Act (limits on rights of child access by sex offenders)), 482(8510-372-40)
    >>>Third (Criminal Code (amdt.)(Bill C-32)), 903 (8510-372-102)
    >>>Fourth (Statutory Instruments Act (amdt.--disallowance procedure forstatutory instruments)(Bill C-205)), 903 (8510-372-103)
    >>>Fifth (Criminal Code (amdt.--criminal liability of organizations)(Bill C-45)), 1159 (8510-372-147)
    >>>Sixth (Sex Offender Information Registration Act (Bill C-23)), 1196 (8510-372-151)
    >>>Seventh (Criminal Code (amdt.--capital markets fraud and evidence gathering)(Bill C-46)), 1196 (8510-372-152)
    >>>Eighth (International Transfer of Offenders Act (Bill C-33)), 1209 (8510-372-156)
    >>>Ninth (Criminal Code (amdt.--protection of children and other vulnerablepersons) and Canada Evidence Act (amdt.)(Bill C-20)), 1209 (8510-372-157)
    >>Reports from 1st Session, 37th Parliament
    >>>Fourteenth (review of the mental disorder provisions of the Criminal Code),(8510-371-177), gr, 182 (8512-372-177)
    >>>Fifteenth (subject-matter of Bill C-284), (8510-371-178), gr, 179 (8512-372-178)
    >>Reports permanently referred see Access to Information Act;Arrest without warrant;Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse;Canadian Human Rights Tribunal;Correctional Investigator Office;Electronic surveillance;Firearms Act;Firearms registry (Canadian Firearms Program);Law Commission of Canada;Miscarriages of justice;National DNA Data Bank of Canada;Order in Council appointments;Privacy Act;Registrar of the Canadian Firearms Registry;Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP);Royal Canadian Mounted Police External Review Committee;Royal Canadian Mounted Police Public Complaints Commission;Royal Canadian Mounted Police Superannuation Account;Security Intelligence Review Committee;Terrorism;Witness Protection Program
    >>Travel, authorization, 477

Justice Department

    >>Departmental Performance Report
    >>>2001-2002, tabled, 176 (8563-372-34)
    >>>2002-2003, tabled, 1205 (8563-372-123)
    >>Estimates, 2002-2003, Supplementary (A)
    >>>Referred to Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee, 144
    >>>Referred to Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee, 144
    >>>Vote 1a see Estimates, 2002-2003, Supplementary (A)
    >>>Vote 5a see Estimates, 2002-2003, Supplementary (A)
    >>Estimates, 2002-2003, Supplementary (B)
    >>>Referred to Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee, 473
    >>>Referred to Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee, 472
    >>>Vote 1b see Estimates, 2002-2003, Supplementary (B)
    >>>Vote 5b see Estimates, 2002-2003, Supplementary (B)
    >>>See also Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee--Reports, First
    >>Estimates, 2003-2004, Main
    >>>Committee of the Whole consideration, 815
    >>>>Quorum calls or dilatory motions not entertained, M., agreed to, byunanimous consent, 807
    >>>Deemed reported, 816
    >>>Referred to Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee, 475
    >>>Referred to Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee, 474
    >>>Vote 1 see Estimates, 2003-2004, Main
    >>>Vote 40 see Information Commissioner Office
    >>>Vote 45 see Privacy Commissioner Office
    >>>See also Estimates, 2003-2004, Main
    >>Estimates, 2003-2004, Supplementary (A)
    >>>Referred to Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee, 1006
    >>See also Access to Information Act;Estimates, 2003-2004, Main--Reports on Plans and Priorities;Firearms registry (Canadian Firearms Program)--Administration;Privacy Act

Justice system

    >>Official languages equality see Official Languages Standing Joint Committee--Reports from 1st Session, Twelfth
    >>Plea bargaining see Criminal Code (amdt.--section 606)(Bill C-454)
    >>See also Arrest without warrant;Bail (interim release);Civil justice;Court Challenges Program;Extradition;Law Commission of Canada;Law enforcement officers;Libel;Military judges;Miscarriages of justice;Missing persons;Mohawk Institute;Pardon requests;Parole;Penitentiary inmates--Lawsuits;Probation orders;Restitution orders;Sex offender registry;Statutory release (convicted criminals);Traffic accidents;Unified Family Courts;Witness Protection Program

Justice System and Official Language Minority Communities, Thesee Official Languages Standing Joint Committee--Reports from 1st Session, Twelfth

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Kamloops, Thompson and Highland Valleys constituency see Governmentexpenditures--Government grants and contributions;Savona, BC

Kamloops--Thompson constituency

    >>Name, change to Kamloops--Thompson--Cariboo see Electoral BoundariesReadjustment Act (Bill C-53)

Kanesatake Interim Land Base Governance Act

    >>Legislation see Specific Claims Resolution Act (Bill C-6)

Kazemi, Zahra

    >>Photo journalist, arrest in Iran/July 11, 2003 death, body, exhumed andreturned to Canada, M. (Assadourian), agreed to, 1065

Kelowna constituency

    >>Name, change to Kelowna-Country see Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act(amdt.)(Bill C-300)
    >>Name, change to Kelowna--Lake Country see Electoral Boundaries ReadjustmentAct (Bill C-53)
    >>See also Government expenditures--Government grants and contributions

Kidnapping see Israel

Kidney disease

    >>Petitions
    >>>(Adams), (372-0788), 289, gr, 352 (8545-372-13-03); (372-0834 to 372-0837),304, gr, 352 (8545-372-13-03); (372-1702), 871, gr, 1033 (8545-372-13-11);(372-1715), 880, gr, 1033 (8545-372-13-11); (372-1755), 884, gr, 1033 (8545-372-13-11); (372-1961), 994, gr, 1101 (8545-372-13-12)

Kimberley Process see Conflict diamonds

Kitchener--Conestoga constituency

    >>Name, change to Kitchener--Wilmot--Wellesley--Woodwich see ElectoralBoundaries Readjustment Act (Bill C-53)

Kitcisakik community see Social Services Minkin, Val-d'Or, QC

Komagata Maru see Immigration

Korean War see Veterans Week

Kouchibouguac National Park

    >>Clam digging, prohibition
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Hubbard), (372-1574), 793, gr, 954 (8545-372-22-12)

Kuwait

    >>Tax treaties see Tax Conventions Implementation Act, 2002(Bill S-2)

Kyoto Protocol (1997)

    >>Document, "Achieving our Commitments Together: Climate Change Draft Plan - Overview", tabled, 107 (8525-372-4)
    >>Document, "Climate Change--Achieving our Commitments Together: Climate Change Plan for Canada", tabled, 213 (8525-372-6)
    >>Implementation plan
    >>>Consultations, Q-191 (Hill, G.)
    >>>>Deemed referred to Environment and Sustainable Development StandingCommittee, 787; r.o., 800 (8555-372-191)
    >>>M. on supply (Harper), 110-1, division deferred, 111, division furtherdeferred, 119, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 15), 134-5
    >>Ratification
    >>>Environment Department documentation, P-21 (Mills, B.), transferred, 650
    >>>Foreign Affairs and International Trade Department documentation, P-25 (Duncan), transferred, 376
    >>>House take note (Government Business No. 9), M. (Anderson, Hon. David), 225, 229-30, 232, 237-8, 241-8, 251, 277, 281, 285, 291-4, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 33), 293-4
    >>>>Amdt. (Mills, B.), 237, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 32), 292-3
    >>>>>Amdt. to amdt. (Hilstrom), 241-2, division deferred, 285, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 31), 291-2
    >>>>Closure
    >>>>>M. under S.O. 57 (Boudria), agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 29), 280-1
    >>>>>Notice, 264, 277
    >>>Human Resources Development Department documentation, P-26 (Gouk), transferred, 820
    >>>National Energy Board documentation, P-24 (Chatters), transferred, 376
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Anders), (372-0844 and 372-0845), 305, gr, 373 (8545-372-63-01)
    >>>Special Joint Committee, M-82 (Clark), 187-9, dropped from the OrderPaper, under S.O. 96(1), 189
    >>>Amdt. (Reynolds), 189
    >>>Transport Department documentation, P-20 (Moore), transferred, 520
    >>See also Cabinet Ministers--Automobiles;Government automobiles/motor vehicles--Federal Court of Canada

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L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site of Canada

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Canadian Heritage Standing Committee
    >>>Management plan, 1254 (8560-372-838-01)

La Société Caldwell see Business Development Bank of Canada

Labelling of Genetically Modified Food and its Impacts on Farmerssee Agriculture and Agri-Food Standing Committee--Reports from 1st Session, Fourth

Labour Adjustment Benefits Act

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Human Resources Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities Standing Committee
    >>>April 1 to June 30, 2002, 963 (8560-372-456-01)
    >>>July 1 to September 30, 2002, 963-4 (8560-372-456-02)
    >>>October 1 to December 31, 2002, 964 (8560-372-456-03)
    >>>Fourth quarter and total fiscal year 2002-2003, 964 (8560-372-456-04)

Labour disputes

    >>Replacement workers (scabs) see Canada Labour Code (amdt.)(Bill C-224);Public Service--Strikes
    >>Strikebreakers, ban, Canada Labour Code provisions, M. on supply (Guay), 722-3

Labour force see Child labour;Forestry workers;Training (employment)