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Organ Donation Act (Bill C-412)--Wasylycia-Leis

Organ donations/transplants

    >>National registry, establishing see Organ Donation Act (Bill C-412)

Ottawa Centre constituency see House of Commons--Vacancies

Ottawa South constituency see Government expenditures--Government grants andcontributions

Our Cultural Sovereignty: The Second Century of Canadian Broadcasting see Canadian Heritage Standing Committee--Reports, Second

Overseas Memorial Sites Student Visits Act (Bill C-455)--Stoffer

Owen, Hon. Stephen (Lib.--Vancouver Quadra; Secretary of State (Western Economic Diversification)(Indian Affairs and Northern Development)

    >>References see Meyer, Joanne

Oxygenation see Gasoline additives

P

Pacific Pilotage Authority

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Transport Standing Committee
    >>>2002 annual report, with Auditor General's report, 734 (8560-372-418-01)
    >>>2003-2007 corporate plan summaries and 2003 operating and capital budgets,500 (8562-372-845-01)
    >>See also Access to Information Act;Privacy Act

Packaging and labelling

    >>British specialty food products, unilingual labels, Canadian Food InspectionAgency policy, petitions
    >>>(Masse), (372-1903), 945, gr, 1195 (8545-372-85-07)
    >>See also Acrylamides;Alcoholic beverage containers, warning labels;Dairy products;Food;Genetically modified food

Paraguay see Parliamentary delegations, reports

Parasites see Sea lice

Parc Downsview Park Inc.

    >>Funding, Auditor General Report (2001), Chp. 13 see Public Accounts StandingCommittee--Reports, Third

Pardon requests see Latimer, Robert

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

Parents see Child custody--Shared parenting;Citizenship;Diapers;Young offenders--Detention

Parks Canada

    >>Departmental Performance Report
    >>>2001-2002, tabled, 178 (8563-372-67)
    >>>2002-2003, tabled, 1206 (8563-372-157)
    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Canadian Heritage Standing Committee
    >>>2001-2002 annual report, with Auditor General's report, 233 (8560-372-742-01)
    >>>2002-2003 annual report, with Auditor General's report, 1253(8560-372-742-02)
    >>>2003-2004 to 2007-2008 corporate plan summaries, 965 (8562-372-853-01)
    >>>Banff Community Plan (including an extract of the Town of Banff Land Use Bylaw No. 31-3), 1253 (8560-372-829-01)
    >>>Field Community Plan, 1253 (8560-372-830-01)
    >>>Jasper Community Land Use Plan, 1254 (8560-372-831-01)
    >>>Lake Louise Community Plan, 1254 (8560-372-832-01)
    >>>Order amending Schedule 4 to the Canada National Parks Act (SOR JUS-604433), 1254 (8560-372-836-01)
    >>>Report of the State of Protected Heritage Areas for 2001, 1253 (8560-372-741-01)
    >>>Wasagaming Community Plan, 1254 (8560-372-833-01)
    >>>Waskesiu Community Plan, 1254 (8560-372-835-01)
    >>>Waterton Community Plan, 1254 (8560-372-834-01)
    >>See also Access to Information Act;Employment Equity Act;Estimates, 2003-2004, Main--Reports on Plans and Priorities;Privacy Act

Parliament

    >>Estimates, 2002-2003, Supplementary (A)
    >>>Referred to Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee, 144
    >>>Referred to Library of Parliament Standing Joint Committee, 145
    >>>Referred to Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee, 144-5
    >>Estimates, 2002-2003, Supplementary (B)
    >>>Referred to Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee, 473
    >>>Referred to Library of Parliament Standing Joint Committee, 473
    >>>Referred to Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee, 472
    >>>Vote 1b see Senate
    >>Estimates, 2003-2004, Main
    >>>Referred to Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee, 475
    >>>Referred to Library of Parliament Standing Joint Committee, 475
    >>>Referred to Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee, 474
    >>>Vote 1 see Senate
    >>>Vote 10 see Library of Parliament
    >>Opening
    >>>Message from Governor General, 1
    >>>See also Throne Speech
    >>See also Judicial law-making;User fees

Parliament of Canada Act

    >>Legislation see Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act (amdt.) andParliament of Canada Act (amdt.)(Bill C-39)

Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.)(Bill C-211)--Stoffer

    >>1st r, 26

Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--Ethics Commissioner and Senate Ethics Officer)(Bill C-34)--Leader of the Government in the House of Commons (Boudria)

    >>1st r, 715-6
    >>Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee
    >>>Referral forthwith, M. (Boudria), 727-8, division deferred, 728, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 155), 741-2
    >>>Report, with amdt., 903
    >>Report stage and second reading, 941-2, 980
    >>>Concurrence, with amdt., M. (Boudria), 982, agreed to on recorded division(Division No. 212), 982-3
    >>>Motion No. 1 (Clause 38), (Comartin), 942, division deferred, 942, division further deferred, 971, as amended, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 211), 981-2
    >>>>Amdt., M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 980
    >>3rd r, 1001-2, 1040, 1067, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 226), 1069-71, passed
    >>>Amdt. (Forseth), 1002-3, division deferred, 1040, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 223), 1060-1
    >>>Procedure, "That this question be now put", M. (Cuzner), 1067, division deferred, 1067, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 225), 1068-9

Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--oath or solemn affirmation)(Bill C-219)--Bellemare

    >>1st r, 33
    >>2nd r, 295, dropped from the Order Paper, under S.O. 96(1), 295

Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--oath or solemn affirmation)(Bill C-408)--Bellemare

    >>1st r, 497
    >>2nd r, 752, division deferred, 752, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 167), 777-8
    >>Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, 778

Parliament of Canada Act and Canada Elections Act (amdt.--fixed election dates)(Bill C-429)--Pankiw

Parliamentarians' Code of Conduct Act (Bill C-417)--McDonough

Parliamentary delegations, reports

    >>Austria and Hungary, March 3-8, 2003, 703 (8565-372-75-02)
    >>Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay, August 5-17, 2003, 1145 (8565-372-75-05)
    >>Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, May 17-23, 2003, 1065 (8565-372-75-4)
    >>Morocco and Egypt, April 13-23, 2003, 859 (8565-372-75-03)

Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act (amdt.--members' staff)(Bill C-419)--McDonough

    >>1st r, 526
    >>2nd r, 669-70, dropped to bottom of Order of Precedence list under S.O. 93, 670, 820-1, division deferred, 821, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 176), 841-2

Parole

    >>Accelerated review, ineligibility see Corrections and Conditional ReleaseAct and Criminal Code (amdt.)(Bill C-40)
    >>Alcohol, drug or other dependency, ineligibility see Corrections andConditional Release Act (amdt.)(Bill C-352)
    >>Hearings, victim impact statements see Corrections and Conditional ReleaseAct (amdt.--parole hearings)(Bill C-315);Corrections and Conditional Release Act and Criminal Code (amdt.)(Bill C-40)
    >>Life sentences, ineligibility see Criminal Code (amdt.--no parole whenimprisoned for life)(Bill C-221)
    >>Murderers, early release, judicial review, Criminal Code Section, 745.6see Criminal Code (amdt.--judicial review)(Bill C-223)
    >>Violation of conditions of parole or probation see Criminal Code(amdt.--arrest without warrant)(Bill C-258)
    >>See also Child sex offenders (pedophiles)--Predators;Statutory release (convicted criminals)

Parthenon marbles

    >>Illegal removal, return by United Kingdom to Greece
    >>>M-318 (Cannis), 642, agreed to, 642
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Cannis), (372-0704), 257, gr, 352 (8545-372-20-02);(372-1288 to 372-1314), 631, gr, 1145 (8545-372-20-03)

Partners in North America: Advancing Canada's Relations with the United States and Mexico see Foreign Affairs and International TradeStanding Committee--Reports, Third

Patent Act and Food and Drugs Act (amdt.)(Bill C-56)--Prime Minister(Chrétien)

    >>1st r, 1246
    >>2nd r, 1260, agreed to, 1262
    >>Industry, Science and Technology Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, 1262

Patent Act (amdt.--patented medicines)(Bill C-251)--McTeague

Patented Medicine Prices Review Board

    >>Departmental Performance Report
    >>>2001-2002, tabled, 178 (8563-372-68)
    >>>2002-2003, tabled, 1206 (8563-372-158)
    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Health Standing Committee
    >>>2002 annual report, 937 (8560-372-564-01)
    >>See also Estimates, 2003-2004, Main--Reports on Plans and Priorities

Patents see Drugs and pharmaceuticals;Life form patents

Patients' Bill of Rights (Bill C-238)--Thompson, G.

PCO see Privy Council Office (PCO)

Peace

    >>Ministry of peace, establishing
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Robinson), (372-1032), 386, gr, 758 (8545-372-79-01)

Peace officers

    >>Disarming or interference with protective equipment see Criminal Code(amdt.--interference with a peace officers equipment)(Bill C-466)

Peacekeeping

    >>Book of Remembrance, establishment, see Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medaland Book of Remembrance Act (Bill C-362)
    >>See also Afghanistan

Pedophiles see Child sex offenders (pedophiles)

Peer review see Research and development--Funding

Peerless Clothing Inc. see Canadian International Trade Tribunal

Peltier, Leonard

    >>Pine Ridge Reservation, June 26, 1975 shooting of two FBI officers,extradition, false information, M-232 (Blaikie), 203, dropped from theOrder Paper, under S.O. 96(1), 203

Penitentiary inmates

    >>Lawsuits filed against federal government or employees see Crown Liabilityand Proceedings Act (amdt.)(Bill C-222)
    >>Security classification, assigning, judicial discretion see Corrections andConditional Release Act (amdt.--disclosure of certain information aboutoffenders)(Bill C-404)
    >>Women, reintegration, Correctional Service of Canada programs, Auditor General Report (2003), April, Chapter 4 see Public Accounts StandingCommittee--Reports, Twenty-sixth
    >>See also Child custody--Visits;Conditional release (convicted criminals);Parole;Statutory release (convicted criminals)

Pension Act

    >>Legislation see Children of Deceased Veterans Education Assistance Act(amdt.)(Bill C-50)

Pension Act and Royal Canadian Mounted Police Superannuation Act (amdt.)(Bill C-31)--Minister of Veterans Affairs (Pagtakhan)

    >>1st r, 677
    >>2nd r, 697, agreed to, 697
    >>National Defence and Veterans Affairs Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, 697
    >>>Report, without amdt., 762
    >>Report stage, 839
    >>>Concurrence, M. (Pagtakahn), 839, agreed to, 839
    >>3rd r, 840, passed
    >>Senate passage, without amdt., 939
    >>Royal Assent, 940 [Chap. 12, S.C. 2003]

Pension Benefits Standards Act, 1985

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Finance Standing Committee
    >>>Superintendent of Financial Institutions Office
    >>>>2001-2002 annual report, 500 (8560-372-207-01)

Pension Benefits Standards Act, 1985 (amdt.)(Bill C-218)--Nystrom

    >>1st r, 32

Pension Benefits Standards Act, 1985 (amdt.--investment criteria)(Bill C-226)--Picard

    >>1st r, 55
    >>2nd r, 166, dropped from the Order Paper, under S.O. 96(1), 166

Pension Ombudsman Act (Bill C-263)--Nystrom

Pensions

    >>Boards of trustees, pension committees and pension councils, pension plan members and beneficiaries, representation see Pension Benefits Standards Act,1985 (amdt.)(Bill C-218)
    >>Dollar limits, Ways and Means No. 3, notice, tabled, 431 (8570-372-2)
    >>Investment, social, ethical and environmental factors, annual reportsee Pension Benefits Standards Act, 1985 (amdt.--investment criteria)(BillC-226)
    >>Survivor benefits, where no surviving spouse, children/designated dependent relative Income Tax Act, Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act, PublicService Superannuation Act and Royal Canadian Mounted Police Act (amdt.--dependent beneficiaries)(BIll C-389)
    >>See also Canada Pension Plan (CPP);Canadian Armed Forces;Members of Parliament;Members of Parliament Pension Plan;Registered pension plans (RPP)

Personal information

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee
    >>>Provincial legislation, Privacy Commissioner Report, 901 (8560-372-789-01)
    >>See also Consumer credit--Credit record information

Personal watercraft

    >>Regulation see Personal Watercraft Act (Bill S-10)

Personal Watercraft Act (Bill S-10)--Lincoln

Perth--Middlesex constituency see Elections--Certificates of election;Government expenditures--Government grants and contributions;House of Commons--Vacancies

Pest Control Products Act (Bill C-8)--Minister of Health (McLellan)

    >>1st r, 46-7
    >>Deemed read the second time and referred to a committee, reported with amendments, concurred in at report stage with further amendments and read the third time and passed, 47
    >>Senate passage, without amdt., 306
    >>Royal Assent, 307 (Chap. 28, S.C. 2003)

Pest Control Products Act (Bill C-53)(1st Sess., 37th Parl.)

    >>Reinstated as Pest Control Products Act (Bill C-8)

Pesticide Residue Compensation Act

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

Pesticides

    >>Moratorium see Chemical Pesticide Use For Non-essential Purposes ProhibitionAct (Bill C-236)--Lincoln
    >>Petitions
    >>>(Catterall), (372-0382), 141, gr, 208 (8545-372-15-03)
    >>>(Jennings), (372-0059 and 372-0060), 16, gr, 145 (8545-372-15-02)
    >>>(Kraft Sloan), (372-0409 and 372-0410), 153, gr, 213 (8545-372-15-04)
    >>>(Lincoln), (371-0793), gr, 114 (8545-372-15-01)
    >>>(Redman), (371-0863), gr, 114 (8545-372-15-01)
    >>Registration
    >>>Agricultural competitiveness, impact see Agriculture andAgri-Food Standing Committee--Reports from 1st Session, Third
    >>>Risk assessment/public participation see Pest Control Products Act (Bill C-8)
    >>See also Aerial spraying

Pests see Sea lice

Peterborough county, ON

    >>Electoral boundaries
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Adams), (372-0282), 109, gr, 261 (8545-372-46-01)

Peterborough, ON see Canada Post Corporation

Petitions

    >>Private bills, filed with Clerk of the House, 1243-4
    >>See also Financial Advisors Association of Canada Act (Bill S-21)

Physical activity

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

Physical Activity and Sport Act (Bill C-12)--Minister of Canadian Heritage (Copps)

    >>1st r, 48
    >>Deemed read the second time and referred to a committee, reported with amendments, concurred in at report stage with further amendments and read the third time and passed, 48
    >>Senate passage, with amdts., 371-2
    >>>Concurrence, M. (Boudria), 487-8, agreed to, 488
    >>Royal Assent, 517 (Chap. 2, S.C. 2003)

Physical Activity and Sport Act (Bill C-54)(1st. Sess., 37th Parl.)

    >>Reinstated as Physical Activity and Sport Act (Bill C-12)--Minister of Canadian Heritage (Copps)

Physician-assisted suicide see Euthanasia

Pine Ridge Reservation see Peltier, Leonard

Pitt Meadows--Maple Ridge--Mission constituency see Dewdney--Alouette constituency

Poaching see Wildlife--Sale

Police see Automobiles--Definition;Canada Pension Plan (CPP)

Policy for the New Millennium: Working Together to Redefine Canada's Drug Strategy see Non-Medical Use of Drugs Special Committee--Report

Political parties

    >>Donations
    >>>Disclosure/limits/quarterly allowance
    >>>>Statement by Minister (Boudria), 334
    >>>>See also Canada Elections Act and Income Tax Act (amdt.--politicalfinancing)(Bill C-24)
    >>>Income tax receipts see Canada Elections Act and Income Tax Act(amdt.)(Bill C-51)
    >>Financing see Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee--Reports, Thirty-sixth
    >>Registration see Canada Elections Act and Income Tax Act (amdt.)(Bill C-51)
    >>See also Members of Parliament--Party affiliation;Public Service--Political activities

POLLARA Inc.

    >>Government contracts, r.o. Q-155 (Harris), 632 (8555-372-155)

Pollution see Canadian Armed Forces--Military training and test areas;"Clean Air Day 2003";Contaminated sites;Environmental contaminants;Fisheries Act;Gasoline additives;Marine Oil Spill Preparedness and Response Regime;Maritime pollution;Nuclear waste;Ship-Source Oil Pollution Fund

Pornography

    >>Petitions
    >>>(Barnes, S.), (372-0795 and 372-0796), 295, gr, 405 (8545-372-25-16); (372-1955), 990, gr, 1159 (8545-372-25-31)
    >>>(Bélair), (372-0185), 97, gr, 193 (8545-372-25-01); (372-1112), 427, gr, 658 (8545-372-25-22)
    >>>(Bélanger), (372-1046), 392, gr, 658 (8545-372-25-22)
    >>>(Chamberlain), (372-0444), 166-7, gr, 218 (8545-372-25-05)
    >>>(Doyle), (372-1148), 440, gr, 953 (8545-372-25-28)
    >>>(Finlay), (372-1072), 418, gr, 658 (8545-372-25-22)
    >>>(Fitzpatrick), (372-0567), 216, gr, 272 (8545-372-25-11)
    >>>(Harper), (372-0096), 43, gr, 193 (8545-372-25-01)
    >>>(Harvard, (372-0163), 89, gr, 193 (8545-372-25-01)
    >>>(Jordan), (372-1188 and 372-1189), 489, gr, 663 (8545-372-25-23)
    >>>(Keyes), (372-0478 and 372-0479), 190, gr, 228 (8545-372-25-07)
    >>>(Lee), (372-0011), 7, gr, 193 (8545-372-25-01)
    >>>(Macklin), (372-0678), 248, gr, 344 (8545-372-25-14); (372-1632), 836, gr, 953 (8545-372-25-28)
    >>>(McGuire), (372-0803), 300, gr, 411 (8545-372-25-17)
    >>>(O'Brien), (372-0626 and 372-0627), 233, gr, 344 (8545-372-25-14)
    >>>(Pankiw), (372-0128), 60, gr, 193 (8545-372-25-01)
    >>>(Parrish), (372-0798 to 372-0801), 295, gr, 411 (8545-372-25-17)
    >>>(Redman), (372-0481 to 372-0485), 190, gr, 235 (8545-372-25-08); (372-1386), 674, gr, 859 (8545-372-25-26); (372-1387), 674, gr, 953 (8545-372-25-28)
    >>>(St. Denis), (372-1810 and 372-1811), 912, gr, 953 (8545-372-25-28)
    >>>(Shepherd), (372-0394 to 372-0400), 142, gr, 208 (8545-372-25-03);(372-0641), 238, gr, 344 (8545-372-25-14)
    >>>(Stinson), (372-0628), 233, gr, 344 (8545-372-25-14); (372-0875), 311, gr, 425 (8545-372-25-18)
    >>See also Child pornography;Computers