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Notices of Motions for the Production of Papers

    >>P-1. Business Development Bank of Canada, Rolland Groupe Conseil Inc. reports (Clark), transferred, 1034
    >>P-2. Business Development Bank of Canada, Price Waterhouse Coopers reports(Clark), transferred, 1034
    >>P-3. Business Development Bank of Canada, Gilles Tremblay and Associésreports (Clark), transferred, 1035
    >>P-4. Business Development Bank of Canada, Elan Pratzer and Partners Inc.reports (Clark), transferred, 1035
    >>P-5. Business Development Bank of Canada, Illsley Bourbonnais executivesearch firm reports (Clark), ordered, 783 (8550-372-5)
    >>P-6. Business Development Bank of Canada, Belle Isle Djandji reports (Clark), transferred, 1035
    >>P-7. Business Development Bank of Canada, Gestion Michel Lebeuf Ltée reports, (Clark), transferred, 1035
    >>P-8. Business Development Bank of Canada, La Société Caldwell reports(Clark), transferred, 1035
    >>P-9. Business Development Bank of Canada, Egon Zehnder Internationalexecutive search firm reports (Clark), ordered, 783 (8550-372-9)
    >>P-10. Business Development Bank of Canada, Spencer Stuart executive searchfirm reports (Clark), ordered, 783 (8550-372-10)
    >>P-11. Tax Court of Canada, Rizzuto, Vito, case (file #98-2497(IT)G),(Williams), transferred, 854
    >>P-14. Canadian Coast Guard, rescue diving policy, Cap Rouge II August13, 2002 sinking (Cummins), ordered, 376 (8550-372-14)
    >>P-15. Solicitor General Department, government contracts, Everett Roche,Solcitor General MacAulay former official agent, $140,000 sole sourcecontract, alleged conflict, Ethics Counsellor report (Clark), transferred, 338, 794, dropped to bottom of Order of Precedence list under S.O. 93, 794, 1085, division deferred, 1085, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 243), 1115-6
    >>P-16. Canadian Armed Forces, health care, post-traumatic stress disorder,study, National Defence Minister Eggleton former girlfriend, Maggie Maier,untendered contract, Ethics Counsellor report (Clark), transferred, 338
    >>P-20. Kyoto Protocol (1997), ratification, Transport Departmentdocumentation (Moore), transferred, 520
    >>P-21. Kyoto Protocol (1997), ratification, Environment Departmentdocumentation (Mills, B.), transferred, 650
    >>P-24. Kyoto Protocol (1997), ratification, National Energy Boarddocumentation (Chatters), transferred, 376
    >>P-25. Kyoto Protocol (1997), ratification, Foreign Affairs and InternationalTrade Department documentation (Duncan), transferred, 376
    >>P-26. Kyoto Protocol (1997), ratification, Human Resources DevelopmentDepartment documentation (Gouk), transferred, 820
    >>P-27. Canada Lands Company Limited, Jean-Marc Bard, former Public WorksMinister Gagliano chief of staff, employment (Pankiw), transferred, 436
    >>P-28. Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat, loans, similar to gun registryprogram (Keddy), transferred, 751
    >>P-29. Canadian Blood Services, Saskatoon blood laboratories departmentclosure/management study, relocation to Regina, SK (Skelton), transferred, 717
    >>P-30. Pregnancy, pregnant or nursing employee, preventive withdrawal (Guay),ordered, 854 (8550-372-30)
    >>P-31. Firearms registry (Canadian Firearms Program), administrativeprocedures, Raymond Hession, independent management consultant, report (Hearn), ordered, 520 (8550-372-31)
    >>P-33. Goods and Services Tax (GST), fraud (Ritz), transferred, 980
    >>P-39. Indofoods, Export Development Canada (EDC) communication (Moore),transferred, 905
    >>P-41. Goods and Services Tax (GST), fraud (Jaffer), ordered, 980 (8550-372-41)
    >>P-42. Meteorological Service of Canada, Environment Canada, March 13, 2003announcement (Wasylycia-Leis), transferred, 1197
    >>P-43. Infectious disease, China, outbreaks, Canadian InternationalDevelopment Agency (CIDA) correspondence (Clark), transferred, 1239
    >>P-44. Acart Communications Inc., "Clean Air Day 2003", contracts (Bigras),transferred, 1239

Nova Scotia see Electoral boundaries;Farm Income Protection Act (FIPA);Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)--Reports, Agreements for RCMP policingservices

NRC see National Research Council of Canada (NRC)

NSERC see Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)

Nuclear Amendment Act, 2003 (Bill C-449)--Chatters

Nuclear energy

    >>Liability insurance, limit see Nuclear Liability Act (amdt.)(Bill C-415)

Nuclear Energy Act

    >>Legislation see Nuclear Amendment Act, 2003 (Bill C-449)

Nuclear Liability Act (amdt.)(Bill C-415)--Caccia

Nuclear power reactors

    >>Regulatory regime, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) management,Auditor General Report (2000), Chapter 27 see Public Accounts Standing Committee--Reports from 1st Session, Seventeenth

Nuclear Safety and Control Act

    >>Legislation see Nuclear Amendment Act, 2003 (Bill C-449)

Nuclear Safety and Control Act (amdt.)(Bill C-4)--Minister of National Revenue (Dhaliwal)

    >>1st r, 18
    >>2nd r, 56-8, 95, 104-5, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 13), 132
    >>>Amdt. (Girard-Bujold), 58-9, division deferred, 95, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 10), 103-4
    >>>Procedure, "That this question be now put", M. (Regan), 105, division deferred, 105, division further deferred, 119, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 12), 130-1
    >>Aboriginal Affairs, Northern Development and Natural Resources Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, 133
    >>>Report, without amdt., 232
    >>Report stage, 241
    >>>Concurrence, M. (Dhaliwal), 241, division deferred, 241, division further deferred, 242, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 22), 251-2
    >>3rd r, 252-3, 258, 276-7, division deferred, 277, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 30), 290-1, passed, 291
    >>Senate passage, without amdt., 408
    >>Royal Assent, 411 (Chap. 1, S.C. 2003)

Nuclear waste

    >>Contamination, reduction, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission orderssee Nuclear Safety and Control Act (amdt.)(Bill C-4)

Nuclear Waste Management Organization

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Aboriginal Affairs, Northern Development and Natural Resources Standing Committee
    >>>2002 report, with Auditor's report, 643 (8560-372-808-01)

Nunavik--Eeyou constituency

    >>Name, change to Abitibi--Baie-James--Nunavik--Eeyou see Electoral BoundariesReadjustment Act (Bill C-53)

Nunavik region

    >>Electoral district, establishing, M-10 (St-Julien), 253, dropped from theOrder Paper, under S.O. 96(1), 253
    >>See also Sled dogs

Nunavut see Statutes of Nunavut

Nunavut Surface Rights Tribunal see Access to Information Act;Privacy Act

Nunavut Water Board see Access to Information Act;Privacy Act

O

Oath of Citizenship see Citizenship Act (amdt.--Oath or Affirmation ofCitizenship)(Bill C-203);Citizenship of Canada Act (Bill C-18)

Oaths see Members of Parliament

Oaths of Office Act (pro forma)(Bill C-1)--Prime Minister (Chrétien)

    >>1st r, 1

Occupational health and safety see Agriculture;Canada Post Corporation--Peterborough;Defibrillators;International Labour Conference;Mining industry;Pregnancy--Pregnant or nursing employee

Offenders

    >>International transfer/calculation of foreign sentences see InternationalTransfer of Offenders Act (Bill C-33)
    >>See also Aboriginal offenders;Child sex offenders (pedophiles);Dangerous offenders;Sex offender registry;Violent offenders;Young offenders

Office for Taxpayer Protection

    >>Legislation see Taxpayers' Bill of Rights (Bill C-332);Taxpayers' Bill of Rights (Bill C-336)

Office of Indian Residential Schools Resolution of Canada see IndianResidential Schools Resolution Canada

Office of the Auditor General of Canada see Auditor General of Canada Office

Office of the Chief Electoral Officer see Chief Electoral Officer of CanadaOffice (Elections Canada)

Office of the Correctional Investigator see Correctional Investigator Office

Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions see Superintendent ofFinancial Institutions Office

Office of Victims Ombudsman of Canada see Victims of crime--Rights

Official Languages Act (amdt.--provision of bilingual services)(Bill C-309)--Pankiw

Official Languages Commissioner Office

    >>Departmental Performance Report
    >>>2001-2002, tabled, 177 (8563-372-63)
    >>>2002-2003, tabled, 1206 (8563-372-153)
    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Official Languages Standing Committee
    >>>2002-2003 annual report, 1098 (8560-372-301-02)
    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Official Languages Standing Joint Committee
    >>>2001-2002 activities report, 422 (8560-372-565-01)
    >>>2001-2002 annual report, 17 (8560-372-301-01)
    >>See also Estimates, 2003-2004, Main--Reports on Plans and Priorities

Official Languages in Federal Institutions

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Human Resources Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities Standing Committee
    >>>2001-2002 annual report, 318 (8560-372-570-01)
    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Official Languages Standing Committee
    >>>2002-2003, 1081 (8560-372-570-02)

Official languages minorities

    >>Subsidies and contributions
    >>>Q-230 (Sauvageau), deemed referred to Official Languages Standing Committee, 948, r.o., 970 (8555-372-230)
    >>>r.o. Q-229 (Sauvageau), 946 (8555-372-229)
    >>See also Acadians;Official Languages Standing Committee--Reports, Seventh--Reports, Eighth

Official languages policy (Bilingualism)

    >>Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), rolesee Official Languages Standing Committee--Reports, First
    >>Mother tongue, french/english, census information, r.o. Q-32 (Pankiw), 276 (8555-372-32)
    >>Services, criteria see Official Languages Act (amdt.--provision of bilingualservices)(Bill C-309)
    >>See also Electoral boundaries;Health care--Linguistic duality principle;House of Commons proceedings--Broadcasting;Justice system;Packaging and labelling--British specialty food products;Public Service--Anglophone/francophone ratio

Official Languages Standing Committee

    >>Bills referred
    >>>Canada Health Act (amdt.--linguistic duality)(Bill C-202), 530
    >>Establishing, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 181-2
    >>Estimates referred
    >>>2003-2004, Main
    >>>>Privy Council Office, 474
    >>Membership, 201-2, 336, 861, 1021
    >>Reports
    >>>First (Role and Responsibilities of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission in Developments in the Area of Official Languages in Canada), 382 (8510-372-35)
    >>>>gr, 961 (8512-372-35)
    >>>Second (permission to reduce the quorum of the Committee), 390 (8510-372-36)
    >>>Third (quorum), 502 (8510-372-44)
    >>>Fourth (application of the Contraventions Act), 570-1 (8510-372-52)
    >>>>gr, 960 (8512-372-52)
    >>>Fifth (proposals for readjusting federal electoral boundaries), 672(8510-372-58)
    >>>>gr, 959-60 (8512-372-58)
    >>>Sixth (Quigley case), 716 (8510-372-67)
    >>>>Concurrence, M. (Bélanger), 915-6
    >>>>>Procedure, "That the House do now proceed to the Orders of the Day", M. (Ritz), 916, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 194), 916
    >>>Seventh (Immigration as a Tool for the Development of Official Language Minority Communities), 754 (8510-372-71)
    >>>>gr, 1086 (8512-372-71)
    >>>Eighth (Francophone Television Productions in Minority Environmnents), 934(8510-372-114)
    >>>Ninth (Access to Health Care for the Official Language Minority Communities: Legal Bases, Current Initiatives and Future Prospects), 1216(8510-372-159)
    >>Reports permanently referred see Official Languages Commissioner Office;Official Languages in Federal Institutions
    >>See also Official languages minorities--Subsidies and contributions

Official Languages Standing Joint Committee

    >>Membership, 82-3, 139
    >>Reports from 1st Session, 37th Parliament
    >>>Twelfth (The Justice System and Official Language Minority Communities),(8510-371-190), gr, 183 (8512-372-190)
    >>Reports permanently referred see Official Languages Commissioner Office
    >>Senate participation, message, 59 (8568-372-1)

Oil and gas industry

    >>Ombudsman, establishing see Oil and Gas Ombudsman Act (Bill C-379)

Oil and Gas Ombudsman Act (Bill C-379)--Harb

Oil prices see Energy price commission

Okanagan--Shuswap constituency see North Okanagan--Shuswap constituency

Old Age Security

    >>Administration, ombudsman see Pension Ombudsman Act (Bill C-263)

Old Age Security Act

    >>Legislation see Income Tax Act and Old Age Security Act (seniors' windfallexemption)(Bill C-432)

Old Port of Montreal Corporation Inc.

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee
    >>>2001-2002 annual report, with Auditor General's report, 105-6 (8560-372-618-01)
    >>>2003-2004 corporate plan summaries and 2003-2004 operating and capitalbudgets, 1004 (8562-372-852-01)
    >>See also Alternative Fuels Act

Older Adult Justice Act (Bill C-439)--Marleau

Older workers

    >>Government program, establishing
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Godin), (372-0873), 310, gr, 373 (8545-372-64-01)

Ombudsman see Canada Pension Plan (CPP)--Administration;Credit ombudsman;First Nations;National Defence and Canadian Forces Ombudsman;Office of Victims Ombudsman of Canada;Oil and gas industry;Old Age Security--Administration

Ombudsman for Older Adult Justice

    >>Establishing see Older Adult Justice Act (Bill C-439)

Ontario see Electoral boundaries;Farm Income Protection Act (FIPA);Public Service--Anglophone/francophone ratio

Ontario Superior Court see Privilege, Parliamentary--(Boudria)

Open Government Act (Bill C-462)--Bryden

Opening Canadian Communications to the World see Industry,Science and Technology Standing Committee--Reports, Third

Opposition days see Supply days

Order in Council appointments

    >>Tabled and referred to Committee
    >>>Aboriginal Affairs, Northern Development and Natural Resources StandingCommittee, 9 (8540-372-1-01); 53 (8540-372-1-02); 192 (8540-372-1-03); 227 (8540-372-1-04); 318 (8540-372-1-05); 433 (8540-372-1-06); 791 (8540-372-1-07); 833 (8540-372-1-08); 943 (8540-372-1-11); 950 (8540-372-1-09); 952 (8540-372-1-10); 1135 (8540-372-1-12); 1207 (8540-372-1-13)
    >>>Agriculture and Agri-Food Standing Committee, 9 (8540-372-2-01); 53 (8540-372-2-02); 156 (8540-372-2-03); 192 (8540-372-2-04); 318 (8540-372-2-05); 343 (8540-372-2-06); 792 (8540-372-2-07); 943 (8540-372-2-09); 950 (8540-372-2-08); 1220 (8540-372-2-10)
    >>>Canadian Heritage Standing Committee, 9 (8540-372-3-01); 53 (8540-372-3-02); 192 (8540-372-3-03); 227 (8540-372-3-04); 287 (8540-372-3-05); 318 (8540-372-3-06); 343 (8540-372-3-07); 433 (8540-372-3-08); 475 (8540-372-3-09), 501 (8540-372-3-10); 649 (8540-372-3-11); 737 (8540-372-3-12); 792 (8540-372-3-13); 833 (8540-372-3-14); 868 (8540-372-3-15); 943 (8540-372-3-18); 950 (8540-372-3-16); 953 (8540-372-3-17); 1135 (8540-372-3-19); 1207 (8540-372-3-20); (8540-372-3-21), 1220
    >>>Citizenship and Immigration Standing Committee, 10 (8540-372-14-01); 54 (8540-372-14-02); 192 (8540-372-14-03); 227 (8540-372-14-04); 287 (8540-372-14-05); 343 (8540-372-14-06); 433 (8540-372-14-07); 475 (8540-372-14-08); 501 (8540-372-14-09); 649 (8540-372-14-10); 737 (8540-372-14-11); 792 (8540-372-14-12); 833 (8540-372-14-13); 868 (8540-372-14-14); 943 (8540-372-14-17); 950 (8540-372-14-15); 953 (8540-372-14-16); 1135 (8540-372-14-18); 1207 (8540-372-14-19); 1220 (8540-372-14-20)
    >>>Environment and Sustainable Development Standing Committee, 10 (8540-372-7-01); 54 (8540-372-7-02); 318 (8540-372-7-03); 737 (8540-372-7-04); 868 (8540-372-7-05); 950 (8540-372-7-06); 1135 (8540-372-7-07)
    >>>Finance Standing Committee, 10 (8540-372-9-01); 318 (8540-372-9-02); 343 (8540-372-9-03); 649 (8540-372-9-4); 737 (8540-372-9-05); 943 (8540-372-9-06); 1135 (8540-372-9-07); 1220 (8540-372-9-08)
    >>>Fisheries and Oceans Standing Committee, 10 (8540-372-10-01); 54 (8540-372-10-02); 192 (8540-372-10-03); 227 (8540-372-10-04); 287 (8540-372-10-05); 475 (8540-372-10-06); 649 (8540-372-10-07); 737 (8540-372-10-08); 792 (8540-372-10-09); 950 (8540-372-10-10); 1135 (8540-372-10-11)
    >>>Foreign Affairs and International Trade Standing Committee, 10(8540-372-8-01); 54 (8540-372-8-02); 156 (8540-372-8-03); 192 (8540-372-8-04); 227 (8540-372-8-05); 287 (8540-372-8-06); 318 (8540-372-8-07); 343 (8540-372-8-08); 433 (8540-372-8-09); 475 (8540-372-8-10); 501 (8540-372-8-11); 737 (8540-372-8-12); 792 (8540-372-8-13); 868 (8540-372-8-14); 943 (8540-372-8-17); 950 (8540-372-8-15); 953 (8540-372-8-16); 1135 (8540-372-8-18); 1208 (8540-372-8-19); 1220 (8540-372-8-20)
    >>>Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee, 9-10 (8540-372-4-01); 54 (8540-372-4-02); 156 (8540-372-4-03); 227 (8540-372-4-04); 319 (8540-372-4-05); 344 (8540-372-4-06); 434 (8540-372-4-07); 475 (8540-372-4-08); 501 (8540-372-4-09); 649 (8540-372-4-10); 737-8 (8540-372-4-11); 792 (8540-372-4-12); 833 (8540-372-4-13); 868 (8540-372-4-14); 943 (8540-372-4-17); 950 (8540-372-4-15); 953 (8540-372-4-16); 1136 (8540-372-4-18); 1208 (8540-372-4-19); 1220 (8540-372-4-20)
    >>>Health Standing Committee, 10 (8540-372-18-01); 54 (8540-372-18-02); 344 (8540-372-18-03); 434 (8540-372-18-04); 501 (8540-372-18-05); 738 (8540-372-18-06); 833 (8540-372-18-07); 943 (8540-372-18-09); 950 (8540-372-18-08); 1136 (8540-372-18-10); 1208 (8540-372-18-11)
    >>>Human Resources Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities Standing Committee, 10 (8540-372-16-01); 54 (8540-372-16-02);(8540-372-16-03), 287; 319 (8540-372-16-04); 344 (8540-372-16-05); 434 (8540-372-16-06); 475 (8540-372-16-07); 501 (8540-372-16-08); 649 (8540-372-16-9); 792 (8540-372-16-10); 833 (8540-372-16-11); 869 (8540-372-16-12); 943 (8540-372-16-14); 951 (8540-372-16-13); 1136 (8540-372-16-15); 1208 (8540-372-16-16); 1220 (8540-372-16-17)
    >>>Industry, Science and Technology Standing Committee, 10 (8540-372-22-01); 54 (8540-372-22-02); 156 (8540-372-22-03); 192 (8540-372-22-04); 288 (8540-372-22-05); 319 (8540-372-22-06); 344 (8540-372-22-07); 434 (8540-372-22-08); 475 (8540-372-22-09); 649 (8540-372-22-10); 738 (8540-372-22-11); 792 (8540-372-22-12); 834 (8540-372-22-13); 869 (8540-372-22-14); 943 (8540-372-22-15); 1136 (8540-372-22-16); 1208 (8540-372-22-17); 1220 (8540-372-22-18)
    >>>Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee, 10 (8540-372-13-01); 192 (8540-372-13-02); 288 (8540-372-13-03); 319 (8540-372-13-04); 344 (8540-372-13-05); 434 (8540-372-13-06); 476 (8540-372-13-07); 501 (8540-372-13-08); 738 (8540-372-13-09); 869 (8540-372-13-10); 944 (8540-372-13-13); 951 (8540-372-13-11); 953 (8540-372-13-12); 1136 (8540-372-13-14)
    >>>National Defence and Veterans Affairs Standing Committee, 502 (8540-372-17-01); 738 (8540-372-17-02); 792 (8540-372-17-03); 951 (8540-372-17-04); 1136 (8540-372-17-05)
    >>>Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee, 10 (8540-372-5-01); 54 (8540-372-5-02); 156 (8540-372-5-03); 192 (8540-372-5-04); 227 (8540-372-5-05); 288 (8540-372-5-06); 344 (8540-372-5-07); 434 (8540-372-5-08); 476 (8540-372-5-09); 738 (8540-372-5-10); 792 (8540-372-5-11); 834 (8540-372-5-12); 869 (8540-372-5-13); 944 (8540-372-5-15); 951 (8540-372-5-14); 1136 (8540-372-5-16); 1208 (8540-372-5-17); 1221 (8540-372-5-18)
    >>>Transport Standing Committee, 10 (8540-372-24-01); 54 (8540-372-24-02); 192 (8540-372-24-03); 288 (8540-372-24-04); 319 (8540-372-24-05); 344 (8540-372-24-06); 434 (8540-372-24-07); 502 (8540-372-24-08); 649 (8540-372-24-9); 738 (8540-372-24-10); 792 (8540-372-24-11); 944 (8540-372-24-14); 951 (8540-372-24-12); 953 (8540-372-24-13); 1136 (8540-372-24-15); 1208 (8540-372-24-16); 1221 (8540-372-24-17)