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Private Members' Bills

Private Members' Business

    >>Draw, February 13, 2003, postponed until February 27, 2003, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 417
    >>See also Modernization and Improvement of the Procedures of the House ofCommons Special Committee--Reports, First;Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee--Reports, Fourth--Reports,Fourteenth--Reports, Twenty-fourth--Reports, Fiftieth

Private Members' Motions

    >>M-10. Nunavik region, electoral district, establishing (St-Julien), 253,dropped from the Order Paper, under S.O. 96(1), 253
    >>M-64. Urbanization, small and rural communities, impact/government measures(Casey), 182, dropped from the Order Paper, under S.O. 96(1), 182
    >>M-79. Supreme Court of Canada, appointments, House of Commons approval(Williams), 172-3, dropped from the Order Paper, under S.O. 96(1), 173
    >>M-82. Kyoto Protocol (1997), ratification, Special Joint Committee (Clark),187-9, dropped from the Order Paper, under S.O. 96(1), 189
    >>>Amdt. (Reynolds), 189
    >>M-83. Abortion, medical necessity/health risks, Health Standing Committeestudy (Breitkreuz), 761, dropped to bottom of Order of Precedence list underS.O. 93, 761, 1062-3, division deferred, 1063, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 235), 1079-80
    >>M-136. Fisheries, Atlantic, Grand Banks nose and tail, Flemish Cap, foreignoverfishing, beyond 200 mile limit, management control (Hearn), 1211, droppedto bottom of Order of Precedence list under S.O. 93, 1211
    >>M-137. Armenian genocide, condemnation/commemoration (Robinson), 408,dropped from the Order Paper, under S.O. 96(1), 408
    >>M-141. All-news television channel, world-wide, collaboration of LaFrancophonie, M-141 (Marceau), 232-3, dropped from the Order Paper,under S.O. 96(1), 233
    >>M-192. Sex-trade workers (street prostitution), exploitation andviolence/solicitation laws, special committee (Davies), selection as votable item, 152, 191, dropped to bottom of Order of Precedence list under S.O. 93, 191, 387-8, as amended, agreed to on division, 388
    >>>Amdt. (Martin, Pat), 388, agreed to on division, 388
    >>M-197. Canada Pension Plan (CPP), "pensionable employment", worker'scompensation payments, including (Desjarlais), selection as votable item, 152, 350, dropped to bottom of Order of Precedence list under S.O. 93, 350, 539,dropped to bottom of Order of Precedence list under S.O. 93, 539, 1117, division deferred, 1117, further deferred, 1121, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 269), 1190-1
    >>M-200. Disease prevention, counselling for pregnant and nursingwomen/families (Minna), withdrawn, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 971
    >>M-205. Canada Student Loan program, parental contribution standard (Herron),516, dropped from the Order Paper, under S.O. 96(1), 516
    >>M-230. Committees, Parliamentary, Chair and Vice-Chair, election by secretballot (Reynolds), withdrawn, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 215
    >>M-231. Regulatory fees, moratorium (Borotsik), withdrawn, M., agreed to, byunanimous consent, 170
    >>M-232. Peltier, Leonard, Pine Ridge Reservation, June 26, 1975 shooting oftwo FBI officers, extradition, false information (Blaikie), 203, dropped fromthe Order Paper, under S.O. 96(1), 203
    >>M-236. Falun Gong, practitioners, imprisonment, Prime Minister Chrétien toraise issue with China President Jiang Zemin (Reid), 494, dropped from theOrder Paper, under S.O. 96(1), 494
    >>M-238. Acadians, deportation, official apology (Bergeron), 383-4, dropped fromthe Order Paper, under S.O. 96(1), 384
    >>M-239. Cartegena Protocol on Biosafety, ratification (Bigras), 488, droppedfrom the Order Paper, under S.O. 96(1), 488
    >>M-288. Judges, appointment (Marceau), 748, dropped to bottom of Order ofPrecedence list under S.O. 93, 748, 1049, division deferred, 1049, agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1077
    >>M-293. Artists, creative and interpretive artists, income tax exemption(Lill), 629, dropped to bottom of Order of Precedence list under S.O. 93, 629, 1126, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 250), 1150-1
    >>>Amdt. (Picard), 629, division deferred, 1126, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 249), 1149-50
    >>M-318. Parthenon marbles, illegal removal, return by United Kingdom to Greece(Cannis), 642, agreed to, 642
    >>M-382. Acadians, deportation, official apology (Bergeron), 999, dropped tobottom of Order of Precedence list under S.O. 93, 999
    >>M-385. Health and well-being, social, environmental and economic indicators(Jordan), 831, dropped to bottom of Order of Precedence list under S.O. 93, 831, division deferred, 831, further deferred, 832, agreed to on recordeddivision (Division No. 178), 843-4
    >>M-387. Firearms registry (Canadian Firearms Program), suspension, publicinquiry (Venne), 723, dropped to bottom of Order of Precedence list underS.O. 93, 723, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 234), 1078-9
    >>>Amdt. (Lanctôt), 723, division deferred, 1037, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 233), 1077-8
    >>M-388. Northern Ontario, electoral districts (St. Denis), withdrawn,M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 680
    >>M-391. Free trade agreements, investor-state redress provisions (Paquette),655, dropped to bottom of Order of Precedence list under S.O. 93, 655, 875,division deferred, 875, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 192),908-10
    >>M-392. Discrimination and racism, "social condition", including asprohibited ground (Cardin), 697, dropped to bottom of Order of Precedence listunder S.O. 93, 697, 1044-5, division deferred, 1045, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 232), 1076-7
    >>M-393. Community activity support fund, Members of Parliament, access(Bachand, C.), 685, dropped to bottom of Order of Precedence list under S.O.93, 685, 941, dropped to bottom of Order of Precedence list under S.O. 93, 941
    >>M-394. Quebec, nation status, right to opt out of federal initiatives withfull financial compensation (Rocheleau), 1030, dropped to bottom ofOrder of Precedence list under S.O. 93, 1030, 1169, division deferred, 1169, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 272), 1198-9
    >>M-395. Family supplement, indexation (Bakopanos), 717-8, dropped to bottomof Order of Precedence list under S.O. 93, 718, agreed to, 1001
    >>M-396. National Children's Memorial Day, establishing (O'Brien, L.), 828,agreed to, 828
    >>M-399. Environmental contaminants, medical conditions and illnesses,prevention (Masse), 797, dropped to bottom of Order of Precedence list underS.O. 93, 797, 1091, as amended, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 241), 1108-10
    >>>Amdt. (Gagnon, M.), 1091, division deferred, 1091, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 240), 1107-8
    >>M-400. Bankruptcy, workers wages, priority over other creditors (Desjarlais), 863-4, dropped to bottom of Order of Precedence list under S.O.93, 864, 1122, division deferred, 1122, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 270), 1191-2

Privatization see Airports;Canadian Armed Forces--Supply chain management;Hospitals;VIA Rail Canada Inc.,

Privilege, Parliamentary

    >>Boudria (rights of Members breached), British Columbia Court of Appeal, Ontario Superior Court rulings, denial of 40 day rule under Member's right torefuse to answer a subpoena to attend as witness before a court of law,Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee referral, M. (Boudria), 797,agreed to, 797
    >>Lee (contempt of Parliament), George Radwanski, former Privacy Commissioner, deliberately misleading Government Opeations and Estimates Standing Committee relating to expenditures and conducting operations of Privacy Commissioner Office
    >>>Agreed to, 1249
    >>>Prima facie case, 1245

Privy Council Office (PCO)

    >>Departmental Performance Report
    >>>2001-2002, tabled, 178 (8563-372-69)
    >>>2002-2003, tabled, 1206 (8563-372-159)
    >>Estimates, 2002-2003, Supplementary (A)
    >>>Referred to Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee, 144
    >>Estimates, 2002-2003, Supplementary (B)
    >>>Referred to Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee, 473
    >>>See also Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee--Reports, First
    >>Estimates, 2003-2004, Main
    >>>Referred to Environment and Sustainable Development Standing Committee, 474
    >>>Referred to Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee, 475
    >>>Referred to Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee, 474
    >>>Referred to Official Languages Standing Committee, 474
    >>>Referred to Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee, 474
    >>>Vote 1 see Estimates, 2003-2004, Main;Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee--Reports, Third
    >>>Vote 5 see Canadian Centre for Management Development
    >>>Vote 10 see Canadian Intergovernmental Conference Secretariat
    >>>Vote 15 see Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board
    >>>Vote 35 see Public Service Staff Relations Board
    >>Estimates, 2003-2004, Supplementary (A)
    >>>Referred to Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee, 1006
    >>See also Access to Information Act;Estimates, 2003-2004, Main--Reports on Plans and Priorities;Privacy Act

Probation orders

    >>Previous orders, review prior to sentencing see Criminal Code(amdt.--probation order)(Bill C-431)

Procedure

    >>Adjournment
    >>>Motions, agreed to, by unanimous consent, 621, 745
    >>>Pursuant to S.O. 28(2) and 24(1), 311, 494, 695, 795, 934-5, 938, 1127, 1263
    >>Adjournment motions under S.O. 52
    >>>Accepted, 26, 498, 700, 801-2
    >>>Adopted, 35, 499, 701, 713, 802
    >>>Quorum calls, requests for unanimous consent or dilatory motions notentertained, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 499, 700, 704, 802
    >>Adjournment pursuant to S.O. 38(1): "That this House do now adjourn"
    >>>Adopted/deemed adopted, 97, 111, 150, 167, 204, 216, 226, 233, 238-9, 253, 259, 285, 300, 308, 321, 332, 350, 362, 372, 403, 409, 418, 437, 445, 452, 469, 489, 516, 522, 546, 567-8, 613, 624, 633, 652, 656, 670, 685-6, 719, 725, 735, 752, 756, 764-5, 784, 789, 823, 829, 836, 849, 856-7, 865, 882, 900, 974-5, 991, 1004, 1030, 1055, 1099-100, 1110, 1118, 1122, 1134, 1162, 1173, 1200-1, 1212-3, 1223, 1233, 1255-6
    >>>Deemed to have been proposed, by unanimous consent, 233, 1087
    >>>Deemed withdrawn pursuant to S.O. 81(4)(a), 815
    >>Adjournments: "That this House do now adjourn"
    >>>Motions, 3, 223, 423, 838, 862, 1244
    >>Bills, Government; Committee referral
    >>>Before second reading
    >>>>Deemed referred, 46, 1262
    >>>>Motions under S.O. 73(1), 113, 727, 980
    >>>Forthwith, M., pursuant to S.O. 73(1), 1121
    >>Bills, Government; Committee study
    >>>Power to divide bill, Motions, 219
    >>Bills, Government; Consideration
    >>>All questions necessary to dispose of any motions in amendment at report stage, the motion for concurrence at report stage and second reading, and the motion for third reading and passage, be deemed put and agreed to, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1089
    >>>Deemed amended and read at second reading, referred to committee, reported without amendment, concurred in at report stage and read third time, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1158
    >>>Deemed adopted at all stages, 46-8
    >>Bills, Government; Legislative process
    >>>All stages at same sitting, deemed agreed to on division, M., agreed to, byunanimous consent, 831
    >>Bills, Government; Report stage
    >>>Concurrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 229
    >>>Report stage of bill from a Committee of the Whole, consideration under S.O. 76.1(12), 269, 560
    >>Bills, Government; Report stage motions
    >>>Amendment, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1177-8
    >>>Amendment, withdrawal, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 571
    >>>Motion, moved, by unanimous consent, 326
    >>>Not proceeded with, 328, 357
    >>>Notice, no report stage motions shall be ruled out of order on account of insufficent notice, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 835
    >>>Report stage at second reading, amendments selected by Speaker under S.O. 76(5), 941
    >>>Revised selection and grouping by Speaker under S.O. 76.1(5), 331, 495
    >>>Selected and grouped by Speaker for debate, 309, 325, 357, 441-2, 757, 761, 847, 875, 1067, 1250-1
    >>>Withdrawal, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 455
    >>Bills, Government; Second reading
    >>>Amendment, deemed withdrawn, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 440
    >>>Deemed read second time and referred to Standing Committee, 46-8, 440, 1262
    >>Bills, Government; Third reading
    >>>Amendment, deemed withdrawn, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 440
    >>>Deemed read a third time and passed on division, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1178
    >>>When no amendment or after Committee of the Whole, S.O. 76.1(11), 185, 759, 1163, 1172, 1222, 1239
    >>Bills, Government; Time limit on speeches
    >>>Motion, agreed to, by unanimous consent, 447
    >>Bills, Government; Withdrawn
    >>>Order discharged and bill withdrawn, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 141
    >>Bills, Private Members' Public; Committee referral
    >>>Standing Committee as opposed to legislative committee, M., agreed to, by unaniomous consent, 238
    >>Bills, Private Members' Public; First reading
    >>>Motion, agreed to, by unanimous consent, 19
    >>Bills, Private Members' Public; Introduction
    >>>Introduction, deemed adopted at all stages, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1137
    >>Bills, Private Members' Public; order discharged
    >>>Bills withdrawn, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 613
    >>>Bill withdrawn and subject matter referred to Standing Committee, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 238, 780
    >>Bills, Private Members' Public; Procedural acceptability
    >>>Improperly before House, proceedings null and void, order discharged, billdropped from Order Paper, 110, 220
    >>Bills, Private Members' Public; Reinstatement after prorogation
    >>>Added to order of precedence and designated a votable item under S.O. 86.1, 11-2, 32, 62, 115, 140
    >>>Deemed adopted at all stages and passed by the House, 186
    >>>Member unable to reinstate bill before deadline, deemed introduced, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 215
    >>Bills, Private Members' Public; Report stage
    >>>Dropped to bottom of Order of Precedence list under S.O. 93, 873
    >>Bills, Private Members' Public; Report stage motions
    >>>Selected and grouped by Speaker for debate, 872
    >>Bills, Private Members' Public; Second reading
    >>>Deemed read second time and referred to Standing Committe under S.O. 86.1, 55, 84, 107-8
    >>>Deemed read a second time, deemed referred to a Committee of the Whole, deemed reported without amendment, deemed concurred in at report stage and deemed read a third time and passed, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 911, 916
    >>>Dropped from the Order Paper, under S.O. 96(1), 155, 166, 210, 216, 245, 279, 295, 332, 357, 371, 379, 418, 424, 656, 1200
    >>>Dropped to bottom of Order of Precedence list under S.O. 90, 224
    >>>Dropped to bottom of Order of Precedence list under S.O. 93, 220, 244, 258, 308, 341, 355, 389, 402, 422, 450, 541, 652, 670, 674, 713, 728, 756, 788, 815, 1110, 1165, 1219, 1232
    >>>Quorum calls, requests for unanimous consent or dilatory motions notentertained, motion for second reading be deemed put and a recorded division deemed requested and deferred, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 971
    >>Bills, Private Members' Public; Senate passage
    >>>Concurrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1237
    >>Bills, Private Members' Public; Sponsor
    >>>Sponsor, change, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 435, 525
    >>Bills, Private Members' Public; Text
    >>>Text, substituting alternative wording, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 855
    >>Bills, Private Members' Public; Third Reading
    >>>Dropped to bottom of Order of Precedence list under S.O. 93, 996
    >>>When no amendment or after Committee of the Whole, S.O. 76.1(11), 936, 1217
    >>Bills, Private Members' Public; Withdrawn
    >>>Order discharged and bill withdrawn, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 613
    >>Casting vote of Speaker
    >>>M. on supply, amendment, tied recorded division, 973
    >>Closure
    >>>Motion, agreed to on recorded division, 29-30, 280-1
    >>>Notice of motion under S.O. 57, 24, 29, 264, 277
    >>Committees, Legislative; Chair
    >>>Appointment by Speaker from Panel of Chairmen under S.O. 113(2), 220
    >>Committees, Legislative; Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee Report
    >>>Deemed adopted under S.O. 113(1), 214
    >>Committees of the Whole House
    >>>Appeals to Chair's rulings, 815-6
    >>>Quorum calls, requests for unanimous consent or dilatory motions notentertained after 9:00 p.m., M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 172
    >>>Time allotted to recognized parties, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 814
    >>Committees, Special; Establishing
    >>>Motion, agreed to, by unanimous consent, 236
    >>Committees, Special; Re-appointment
    >>>M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1104-5
    >>Committees, Special; Reports
    >>>Addendum permitted and concurrence deemed moved and adopted, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 492
    >>>Concurrence, motions, agreed to, by unanimous consent, 439, 482, 995
    >>Committees, Standing; Election of Chair and Vice-Chair
    >>>Meeting, authorization, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1027
    >>Committees, Standing; Membership
    >>>Motion, agreed to, by unanimous consent, 63-4, 170, 338, 840, 1066
    >>Committees, Standing; Reports
    >>>Comprehensive response, requested under S.O. 109, 228, 249-50, 279, 298, 302-3, 345, 375, 382, 492, 524, 547, 570, 619, 663, 672, 678, 693, 699, 750, 754, 763, 782, 805, 860, 870, 903, 913-4, 934, 952, 1039, 1066, 1146, 1175, 1209, 1216, 1225, 1247, 1257, 1259
    >>>Concurrence
    >>>>Deemed adopted, pursuant to S.O. 92(2), 152
    >>>>Motions, agreed to, 170, 180, 542
    >>>>Motions, agreed to, by unanimous consent, 140, 158, 202, 219, 229, 236, 299, 338, 353, 371, 375, 391, 435, 542, 571, 642, 673, 722, 826, 861, 884, 904, 915, 998, 1027, 1091, 1120, 1147, 1196, 1237
    >>>>Motions, deemed moved, question deemed put and agreed to, 1027, 1041
    >>>Deadline, extension, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 203
    >>>Deemed presented when deposited during June, July, August and September 2003 adjournment, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 931, 932, 933
    >>>Presenting, Chair or another Member permitted to present at any time during present sitting, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 862
    >>>Supplementary opinions appended, presenting to House, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1221
    >>Committees, Standing; Travel
    >>>Authorization, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 58, 229-30, 256, 324, 455, 477, 493-4, 509, 553, 723, 779, 788, 814, 887, 1035, 1058
    >>Committees, Subcommittees; Reports
    >>>Filing with Clerk when the House is not sitting, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 915
    >>Committees, Subcommittees; Travel
    >>>Authorization, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 508, 526, 917, 1161
    >>Debate
    >>>Adjournment
    >>>>Motion, "That the debate be now adjourned", 3, 432, 732
    >>Divisions
    >>>Bells ringing for no more than 15 minutes, M., agreed to, by unanimousconsent, 504
    >>Divisions, recorded
    >>>Deferred
    >>>>Deemed demanded and deferred, M. agreed to, by unanimous consent, 63, 110149-50, 159, 201, 276, 281, 383, 391, 439-40, 449-50, 487, 521, 527, 546, 553-4, 636, 654, 802, 820, 827, 995, 1041, 1048, 1084, 1090, 1113
    >>>>Further deferred
    >>>>>M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 442-3, 832, 971
    >>>>>Pursuant to S.O. 45, 768-9, 1228
    >>>>Motion, agreed to, by unanimous consent, 346, 441, 444, 488, 493-4, 542, 627, 674, 759, 1040, 1042, 1121, 1138, 1217
    >>>>Pursuant to S.O. 45, 86, 95, 105, 119, 197, 217, 241, 309, 358, 535, 538, 630, 641, 651, 680, 728, 731, 751-2, 808, 813, 839, 942, 999, 1028, 1067, 1113, 1121, 1126, 1129, 1154, 1239, 1250
    >>>>>Further deferred, 200-1, 219, 242, 538, 694, 814-5, 1068, 1121
    >>>>Pursuant to S.O. 76(8), 442
    >>>>Pursuant to S.O. 76.1(8), 326, 340, 347, 395, 485, 505, 575, 691, 694, 768-9, 880, 888, 1068
    >>>>Pursuant to S.O. 93(1), 831, 875, 899, 1037, 1097, 1126, 1129, 1141, 1154, 1162, 1169, 1211, 1242
    >>>>Pursuant to S.O. 98(4), 912
    >>>Putting of question, motion missed by Chair, statement by Acting Speaker, 345
    >>Erratum
    >>>Returns and reports deposited with the Clerk of the House, 125
    >>Estimates
    >>>Committee of the Whole consideration, quorum calls, or dilatory motions notentertained, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 807
    >>>Questions disposing of motions, scheduling, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 906
    >>>Reduction, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 263
    >>>Referred to and reported by standing committees, Consideration in Committee of the Whole, motions deemed adopted under S.O. 81(4)(a), 734, 780
    >>>Scheduling, debate procedures, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 779
    >>>Vote, restored, Motions, 919
    >>Government motions
    >>>Chair dividing, 23
    >>Members; Naming
    >>>Member, suspended for remainder of day's sitting, 272
    >>Minister's statements
    >>>Government Orders, expiry of time provided to remain 6:30 p.m., M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1252
    >>>Under S.O. 33(1), 100, 169, 232, 255, 302, 334, 382, 406, 448, 635, 653, 837, 860, 1084, 1246
    >>Motions
    >>>Deemed adopted, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1065
    >>Notices of Motions for the Production of Papers
    >>>Ordered, 376, 520, 783, 854, 980
    >>>Transferred, 338, 376, 436, 520, 650, 717, 751, 820, 854, 905, 980, 1034-5, 1197, 1239
    >>Officers of Parliament
    >>>Referral of the name of the proposed appointee to committee under S.O. 111.1(1), 1200, 1229
    >>Order in Council appointments
    >>>Approval, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1249
    >>Orders for Return
    >>>Supplementary returns, 945-6
    >>Orders of the Day, proceeding to
    >>>Motions, agreed to on recorded division, 738-9, 834-5, 916, 1102-3, 1147-8, 1170-1
    >>>Motions, negatived on recorded division, 147-8
    >>Petitions, presenting
    >>>Motions, agreed to, by unanimous consent, 763, 918
    >>Previous Question
    >>>"That this question be now put", 105, 630, 651, 807, 832, 1067, 1089, 1138
    >>Private Members' Business; Draw
    >>>Postponed, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 417
    >>>Votable item designation, appeal of Subcommittee report under S.O. 92(4),1165
    >>Private Members' Business; Order of precedence
    >>>Exchange of positions, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1176
    >>Private Members' Motions
    >>>Agreed to, 642
    >>>>By unanimous consent, 1077
    >>>>On division, 388
    >>>Dropped from the Order Paper, under S.O. 96(1), 173, 182, 189, 203, 233, 253, 384, 408, 488, 494, 516
    >>>Dropped to bottom of Order of Precedence list under S.O. 93, 191, 350, 539, 629, 655, 685, 697, 718, 723, 748, 761, 794, 797, 831, 864, 941, 999, 1030, 1211
    >>>Withdrawn, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 170, 215, 680, 971
    >>Questions and notices of motions not taken up
    >>>Dropped to bottom of Order of Precedence list under S.O. 42(1), 694
    >>Questions on the Order Paper
    >>>Deemed referred to Committee under S.O. 39(5), 316-7, 545, 764, 786-7, 800-1, 948-9
    >>Quorum
    >>>Lack, ringing of bells to call Members, 201, 232, 289, 317, 326, 378-9, 430, 487, 636, 664, 704-5, 1161, 1211, 1219, 1251
    >>Resolutions
    >>>Motions, agreed to, by unanimous consent, 56, 619
    >>Routine motions
    >>>Objection by twenty-five or more Members, motion deemed withdrawn, 91
    >>>When unanimous consent denied, M., adopted pursuant to S.O. 56.1, 934-5
    >>Royal Assent
    >>>By written declaration, 940
    >>Sittings of the House
    >>>Continue to sit after the ordinary hour of daily adjournment
    >>>>Motions, agreed to, by unanimous consent, 2-3
    >>>>Motions, adopted under S.O. 26(2), 1149
    >>>Continue to sit from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. for the purpose of considering Government Business, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 243
    >>>Deferred recorded divisions scheduled, House continue to sit for one hour in order to consider Government Orders, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1058
    >>>Proceed to Routine Proceedings and return to consideration of question of privilege immediately thereafter, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1245
    >>>Suspension, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 525
    >>Statements
    >>>Brief statement by a Member, followed by a representative of each party,M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1249
    >>>Brief statement by a representative of each party, followed by a reply by the Prime Minister, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 659
    >>Supply
    >>>Consideration at next sitting, 2
    >>>Questions required to be decided in December and March periods under S.O. 81(17), M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 255
    >>Supply Motions
    >>>Question disposing of motion, scheduling, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 906
    >>Tabling of documents in the House
    >>>M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1176
    >>>Under S.O. 32(2), 1164
    >>Take note debates under S.O. 53.1
    >>>Committee shall consider a motion
    >>>>M., agreed to, 153, 314, 451-2
    >>>>Motions, 173, 341
    >>>House shall consider a motion
    >>>>M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 2-3
    >>>>M., 181, agreed to, 181
    >>>>Motions, 6, 119, 210, 289
    >>>Scheduling, debate procedures
    >>>>Motion, agreed to, by unanimous consent, 247, 277, 281, 314, 333, 477
    >>>>Under Government Orders instead of evening debate, M., agreed to,by unanimous consent, 191
    >>Time Allocation
    >>>Motion, agreed to, by unanimous consent, 495-6
    >>>Time provided for Government Orders under S.O. 67.1, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1228
    >>>Under S.O. 78(3)
    >>>>Motions, 739, 884-5, 1103, 1226
    >>>>Notice of motion, 419, 881, 1099, 1222
    >>Ways and Means
    >>>All questions necessary to dispose of Ways and Means motion be put immediately after Business of Supply is disposed of later this day, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 913
    >>>Designation of days under S.O. 83(2), 62, 432, 517, 879, 1090, 1203
    >>>Introduction and first reading of bill, immediately after division on Ways and Means motion, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 548-9