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Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee

    >>Bills referred
    >>>Canada Elections Act and Income Tax Act (amdt.--political financing)(BillC-24), 512
    >>>Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (amdt.)(Bill C-49), 1030
    >>>Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--Ethics Commissioner and Senate Ethics Officer)(Bill C-34), 742
    >>>Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--oath or solemn affirmation)(Bill C-408), 778
    >>Estimates referred
    >>>2002-2003, Supplementary (A)
    >>>>Parliament, 144-5
    >>>2002-2003, Supplementary (B)
    >>>>Parliament, 472
    >>>2003-2004, Main
    >>>>Parliament, 474
    >>>>Privy Council Office, 474
    >>Membership, 63-4, 79-80, 180, 338, 370, 374, 435, 840, 1023-4, 1066
    >>Reports
    >>>First (Membership of House of Commons Standing and Standing Joint Committees), 67-84
    >>>>Concurrence, M. (Boudria), 91, deemed withdrawn, 91
    >>>>Concurrence, M. (Adams), 108, agreed to, 108
    >>>Second (election of committee chairs and vice-chairs by secret ballot), 128-9
    >>>>Concurrence, M. (Adams), 147-8
    >>>>>Amdt. (Saada), 147
    >>>>>>Amdt. to amdt. (Ritz), 148
    >>>>>Procedure, "That the House do now proceed to the Orders of the Day", M. (Reynolds), 147, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 16), 147-8
    >>>Third (review of the radio and television broadcasting of committees), 138 (8510-372-1)
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 140
    >>>Fourth (Private Members' Business), 138 (8510-372-2)
    >>>>Concurrence, M. (Adams), 170, agreed to, 170
    >>>Fifth (Finance Standing Committee membership; National Defence and Veterans Affairs Standing Committee membership; Official Languages Standing Joint Committee membership), 138-9
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 140
    >>>Sixth (selection of votable items Bill C-206, Bill C-212, M-192, M-197), deemed adopted, 152
    >>>Seventh selection of votable items Bill C-260), 156 (8510-372-3)
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 158
    >>>Eighth (Fisheries and Oceans Standing Committee membership; Agriculture and Agri-Food Standing Committee membership; Human Resources Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities Standing Committee membership; Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee membership), 179-80
    >>>>Concurrrence, M. (Regan), 180, agreed to, 180
    >>>Ninth (Official Languages Standing Committee membership), 201-2
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 202
    >>>Tenth (Public Safety Act, 2002 (Bill C-17) Legislative Committee membership), 214
    >>>>Concurrence, deemed adopted, 214
    >>>Eleventh (Human Resources Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities Standing Committee membership; Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee membership; National Defence and Veterans Affairs Standing Committee membership), 218
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 219
    >>>Twelfth (Canadian Heritage Standing Committee membership; Transport Standing Committee membership), 235-6
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 236
    >>>Thirteenth(selection of votable items Bill C-314), 298 (8510-372-22)
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 299
    >>>Fourteenth (Private Members' Business procedures), 298 (8510-372-23)
    >>>Fifteenth (Membership of House of Commons Standing and Standing Joint Committees), 335-8
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 338
    >>>Sixteenth (National Defence and Veterans Affairs Standing Committee membership; Citizenship and Immigration Standing Committee membership), 352
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 353
    >>>Seventeenth (Membership of House of Commons Standing Committees), 369-71
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 371
    >>>Eighteenth (Electoral boundaries for Newfoundland and Labrador and for Saskatchewan), 374 (8510-372-33)
    >>>Nineteenth (Agriculture and Agri-Food Standing Committee membership; Environment and Sustainable Development Standing Committee membership;Fisheries and Oceans Standing Committee membership; Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee membership; Human Resources Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities Standing Committee membership; Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee membership), 374
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 375
    >>>Twentieth (Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee membership), 390
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 391
    >>>Twenty-first (Foreign Affairs and International Trade Standing Committee membership; Human Resources Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities Standing Committee membership; Industry, Science and Technology Standing Committee membership; Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee membership; Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee membership), 434-5
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 435
    >>>Twenty-second (electoral boundaries for Prince Edward Island), 518(8510-372-45)
    >>>Twenty-third (Environment and Sustainable Development Standing Committee membership), 542
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 542
    >>>Twenty-fourth (Private Members' Business--non-votable items selection criteria), 569-70 (8510-372-51)
    >>>Twenty-fifth (Citzenship and Immigration Standing Committee membership; Environment and Sustainable Development Standing Committee membership; Fisheries and Oceans Standing Committee membership; Transport Standing Committee membership), 570
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 571
    >>>Twenty-sixth (Citizenship and Immigration Standing Committee membership; Health Standing Committee membership; National Defence and Veteran Affairs Standing Committee membership), 672
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 673
    >>>Twenty-seventh (code of conduct), 678 (8510-372-63)
    >>>Twenty-eighth (Canadian Heritage Standing Committee membership; Health Standing Committee membership), 722
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 722
    >>>Twenty-ninth (electoral boundaries for Manitoba), 754
    >>>Thirtieth (electoral boundaries for New Brunswick), 754
    >>>Thirty-first (extension of time to consider the electoral boundaries for Alberta), 826 (8510-372-86)
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 826
    >>>Thirty-second (electoral boundaries for Nova Scotia), 837 (8510-372-87)
    >>>Thirty-third (electoral boundaries for Alberta), 860 (8510-372-93)
    >>>Thirty-fourth (Canadian Heritage Standing Committee membership; Aboriginal Affairs, Northern Development and Natural Resources Standing Committee membership; Agriculture and Agri-Food Standing Committee membership; Environment and Sustainable Development Standing Committee membership; Finance Standing Committee membership; Fisheries and Oceans Standing Committee membership; Foreign Affairs and International Trade Standing Committee membership; Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee membership; Health Standing Committee membership; Human Resources Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities Standing Committee membership; Industry, Science and Technology Standing Committee membership; Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee membership; National Defence and Veterans Affairs Standing Committee membership; Official Languages Standing Committee membership; Public Accounts Standing Committee membership; Transport Standing Committee membership), 860-1
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 861
    >>>Thirty-fifth (Canada Elections Act and Income Tax Act (amdt.--politicalfinancing)(Bill C-24)), 862 (8510-372-94)
    >>>Thirty-sixth (political financing), 883 (8510-372-99)
    >>>Thirty-seventh (Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee membership),883-4
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 884
    >>>Thirty-eighth (Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--Ethics Commissioner andSenate Ethics Officer)(Bill C-34)), 903 (8510-372-101)
    >>>Thirty-ninth (extension of time to consider the electoral boundaries for British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec), 915 (8510-372-113)
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 915
    >>>Fortieth (code of conduct), 934 (8510-372-115)
    >>>Forty-first (electoral boundaries for British Columbia), 958 (8510-372-120)
    >>>Forty-second (electoral boundaries for Ontario), 959 (8510-372-122)
    >>>Forty-third (electoral boundaries for Quebec), 959 (8510-372-123)
    >>>Forty-fourth (radio and television broadcasting of the proceedings of House committees), 998 (8510-372-125)
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 998
    >>>Forty-fifth (Membership of House of Commons Standing and Standing Joint Committees), 1007-26
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1027
    >>>Forty-sixth (Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (amdt.)(Bill C-49)), 1112 (8510-372-136)
    >>>Forty-seventh (Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee membership), 1119
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1120
    >>>Forty-eighth (Marriage Act (Bill C-447), votable item designation), 1125
    >>>>Concurrence, deemed concurred in, 1165
    >>>Forty-ninth (Human Resources Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities Standing Committee membership), 1146
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1147
    >>>Fiftieth (provisional Standing Orders regarding Private Members' Business),1196 (8510-372-150)
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1196
    >>>Fifty-first (Conflict of Interest Code for Members), 1208 (8510-372-154)
    >>>Fifty-second (code of conduct), 1209 (8510-372-155)
    >>>>Supplementary opinions appended, presenting to House, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1221
    >>>Fifty-third (Standing Orders relating to delegated legislation), 1237(8510-372-162)
    >>>>Concurrrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1237
    >>Reports permanently referred see Chief Electoral Officer of Canada Office(Elections Canada);Federal Electoral Boundaries Commissions;Lobbyists' Code of Conduct;Order in Council appointments;Privilege, Parliamentary--(Boudria)
    >>Reports presented at any time, by Chair or Member, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 862

Proceeds of crime

    >>Seizure/confiscation, accountability, Public Works and Governments ServicesDepartment, Seized Property Management Directorate see Government Operationsand Estimates Standing Committee--Reports, Tenth

Project Guardian see Child sex offenders (pedophiles)--Combatting

Promoting Equality in the Federal Jurisdiction: Review of the Employment Equity Act see Human Resources Development and the Statusof Persons with Disabilities Standing Committee--Reports from 1st Session, Ninth

Property rights

    >>Enshrining in constitution
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Breitkreuz), (372-1598), 799, gr, 1164 (8545-372-44-13)
    >>>See also Canadian Bill of Rights and Constitution Act, 1867 (amdt.)(BillC-313)

Property taxes

    >>Income tax deduction see Homeowners' Freedom From Double Taxation Act(Bill C-283)

Proportional representation

    >>House of Commons Standing Committee hearings/referendum see ProportionalRepresentation Review Act (Bill C-265)
    >>Petitions
    >>>(Davies), (372-2422), 1226
    >>Proportional representation, referendum/commission, M. on supply (Nystrom),1057-8, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 222), 1059-60

Proportional Representation Review Act (Bill C-265)--Nystrom

Proposals to amend the Parliament of Canada Act (Ethics Commissioner) and other Acts as a consequence see Ethics

Proposals to amend the Rules of the Senate and the Standing Orders of the House of Commons to implement the 1997 Milliken-Oliver reportsee Ethics

Proposed Regulations Amending the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (in relation to the Safe Third Country Agreements) and Regulatory Impact Analysis Statement see Refugees--Safe third country

Prostitution

    >>Decriminalization see Prostitution Act (Bill C-339)
    >>Municipally licensed establishments see Criminal Code (amdt.)(Bill C-384)
    >>See also Sex-trade workers (street prostitution);Solicitation Laws Subcommittee

Prostitution Act (Bill C-339)--Ménard

Protection of Privacy (Social Insurance Numbers) Act (Bill C-387)--Harb

Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty (Madrid Protocol) see Antarctic Environmental Protection Act (Bill C-42)

Provinces see Gambling

Provincial Nominee Program: A Partnership to Attract Immigrants to All Parts of Canada, The see Citizenship and Immigration StandingCommittee--Reports, Third

Public Accounts of Canada

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Public Accounts Standing Committee
    >>>2001-2002, Volume I, Volume II, Part I and Volume II, Part II, 111(8560-372-214-01)
    >>>2002-2003, Volume I, Volume II, Part I and Volume II, Part II, 1232(8560-372-214-02)
    >>See also Public Accounts Standing Committee--Reports, Twelfth--Seventeenth

Public Accounts Standing Committee

    >>Estimates referred
    >>>2002-2003, Supplementary (A)
    >>>>Finance, 145
    >>>2002-2003, Supplementary (B)
    >>>>Finance, 472-3
    >>>2003-2004, Main
    >>>>Finance, 474
    >>>2003-2004, Supplementary (A)
    >>>>Finance, 1006
    >>Membership, 80, 336-7, 370-1, 861, 1021-2
    >>Reports
    >>>First (Chapter 13 of the December 2001 Report of the Auditor General of Canada--Heating fuel rebate), 228 (8510-372-7)
    >>>>gr, 695 (8512-372-7)
    >>>Second (Chapter 13 of the December 2001 Report of the Auditor General of Canada--Human Resources Development Canada and the Canada Employment Insurance Commission), 228 (8510-372-8)
    >>>>Concurrence, M. (Williams), 299
    >>>>gr, 701 (8512-372-8)
    >>>Third (Chapter 13 of the December 2001 Report of the Auditor General of Canada--Parc Downsview Park Inc.), 249 (8510-372-13)
    >>>>gr, 729 (8512-372-13)
    >>>Fourth (Chapter 1 of the December 2001 Report of the Auditor General of Canada--Financial Information Strategy: Infrastructure Readiness); and (Chapter 7 of the April 2002 Report of the Auditor General of Canada--Strategies to Implement Modern Comptrollership), 250 (8510-372-14)
    >>>>gr, 725 (8512-372-14)
    >>>Fifth (Chapter 4 of the December 2001 Report of the Auditor General of Canada--Voted Grants and Contributions: Wide Management); and (Chapter 5 of the December 2001 Report of the Auditor General of Canada--Voted Grants and Contributions: Program Management), 250 (8510-372-15)
    >>>>gr, 725 (8512-372-15)
    >>>Sixth (Chapter 6 of the December 2001 Report of the Auditor General of Canada--Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency: Economic Development), 303 (8510-372-27)
    >>>>gr, 759 (8512-372-27)
    >>>Seventh (Chapter 8 of the December 2001 Report of the Auditor General of Canada--Canada Customs and Revenue Agency: Managing the Risks of Non-Compliance for Commercial Shipments Entering Canada), 303 (8510-372-28)
    >>>>gr, 759 (8512-372-28)
    >>>Eighth (Chapter 8 of the April 2002 Report of the Auditor General of Canada--Health Canada and Public Works and Government Services Canada), 303(8510-372-29)
    >>>>gr, 759 (8512-372-29)
    >>>Ninth (Chapter 10 of the September 1998 Report of the Auditor General of Canada--Canadian Human Rights Commission), 345 (8510-372-32)
    >>>>gr, 960 (8512-372-32)
    >>>Tenth (Groupaction), 524 (8510-372-48)
    >>>>gr, 962-3 (8512-372-48)
    >>>Eleventh (Main Estimates 2003-2004 -- Vote 20 under Finance), 678(8510-372-59)
    >>>Twelfth (Public Accounts of Canada, 2001-2002), 678 (8510-372-60)
    >>>>gr, 958 (8512-372-60)
    >>>Thirteenth (Chapter 7 of the December 2002 Report of the Auditor General (Canadian Space Agency--Implementing the Canadian Space Program)), 678(8510-372-61)
    >>>>gr, 966 (8512-372-61)
    >>>Fourteenth (Chapter 1 of the April 2002 Auditor General's Report--Placing the Public's Money Beyond Parliament's Reach), 782 (8510-372-77)
    >>>>gr, 1122 (8512-372-77)
    >>>Fifteenth (Chapter 2 of the December 2002 Auditor General'sReport--Fisheries and Oceans Canada: Contributing to Safe and Efficient Marine Navigation), 782 (8510-372-78)
    >>>>gr, 1064 (8512-372-78)
    >>>Sixteenth (Chapter 1 of the September 2002 Auditor General's Report - Human Resources Development Canada: The Integrity of the Social Insurance Number),870 (8510-372-95)
    >>>>gr, 1218 (8512-372-95)
    >>>Seventeenth (Public Accounts of Canada, 2001-2002, Volume II, Part II, Section 3), 870 (8510-372-96)
    >>>>gr, 1232 (8512-372-96)
    >>>Eighteenth (Chapter 4 of the September 2002 Auditor General's Status Report - National Defence: NATO Flying Training in Canada), 870 (8510-372-97)
    >>>>gr, 1218 (8512-372-97)
    >>>Nineteenth (Chapter 8 of the December 2002 Auditor General's Report -Public Works and Government Services Canada: Acquisition of Office Space), 870(8510-372-98)
    >>>>gr, 1223 (8512-372-98)
    >>>Twentieth (Chapter 6 of the April 2003 Report of the Auditor General of Canada - Federal Government Support to First Nations - Housing on Reserves),1066 (8510-372-129)
    >>>Twenty-first (Chapter 6 of the 2003 Status Report of the Auditor General of Canada - Reform of the Classification and Job Evaluation in the Federal Public Service), 1066 (8510-372-130)
    >>>Twenty-second (Supplementary Estimates (A), 2003-2004 -- Vote 20a under Finance), 1112 (8510-372-137)
    >>>Twenty-third (Chapter 7 of the April 2003 Report of the Auditor General of Canada - Environmental Stewardship of Military Training and Test Areas), 1146(8510-372-144)
    >>>Twenty-fourth (Chapter 10 of the December 2002 Report of the Auditor General of Canada - Department of Justice: Costs of Implementing the Canadian Firearms Program), 1209 (8510-372-158)
    >>>Twenty-fifth (Chapter 5 of the April 2003 Report of the Auditor General of Canada -- Citizenship and Immigration Canada: Control and Enforcement), 1247(8510-372-165)
    >>>Twenty-sixth (Chapter 4 of the April 2003 Report of the Auditor General of Canada -- Correctional Service Canada: Reintegration of Women Offenders), 1247(8510-372-166)
    >>Reports from 1st Session, 37th Parliament
    >>>Seventeenth (Chapters 26 and 27 of the December 2000 Report of the Auditor General of Canada), (8510-371-136), gr, 633 (8512-372-136)
    >>>Twentieth (Chapter 10 of the December 2001 Report of the Auditor General of Canada), (8510-371-159), gr, 87 (8512-372-159)
    >>>Twenty-first (Chapter 10 of the October 2000 Report of the Auditor General of Canada), (8510-371-160), gr, 96 (8512-372-160)
    >>>Twenty-second (Chapter 31 of the December 2000 Report of the Auditor General of Canada), (8510-371-161), gr, 89 (8512-372-161)
    >>>Twenty-third (Chapter 7 of the December 2001 Report of the Auditor General of Canada), (8510-371-173), gr, 154 (8512-372-173)
    >>>Twenty-fourth (Chapters 2 and 3 of the December 2001 Report of the Auditor General of Canada), (8510-371-174), gr, 154 (8512-372-174)
    >>Reports permanently referred see Auditor General of Canada Office;Crown Corporations and Other Corporate Interests of Canada;Environment and Sustainable Development Commissioner;Privacy Commissioner Office;Public Accounts of Canada
    >>Travel, authorization, 779
    >>See also Firearms registry (Canadian Firearms Program)--Costs;Government procurement

Public buildings see Defibrillators;Government buildings

Public Interest Commissioner

    >>Legislation see Public Service Whistleblowing Act (Bill C-241)

Public Officers Act

    >>Commissions issued, reports tabled and permanently referred to Industry, Science and Technology Standing Committee
    >>>2002 annual report, 500 (8560-372-413-01)

Public safety see National security (public safety)

Public Safety Act, 2002 (Bill C-16)--Minister of Transport (Collenette)

    >>1st r, 138
    >>>Order discharged and bill withdrawn, by unanimous consent, 141

Public Safety Act, 2002 (Bill C-17)--Minister of Transport (Collenette)

    >>1st r, 145
    >>2nd r, 162, 165-6, 191, 196-7, division deferred, 197, division further deferred, 200-1, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 19), 205-6
    >>Legislative Committee
    >>>Referral, 206
    >>>Report, with amdts., 750
    >>Report stage, 757-8, 768-9
    >>>Concurrence, as amended, with further amdt., M. (Collenette), 776, agreedto on division, 776-7
    >>>Motion No. 6 (Clause 112), (Collenette), 757, 769, division deferred, 769, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 166), 776
    >>3rd r, 814-5, 1051, 1104, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 238), 1105-6, passed
    >>>Time allocation under S.O. 78(3)
    >>>>M. (Boudria), 1103, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 237), 1103-4
    >>>>Notice of motion, 1099

Public Safety Act, 2002 (Bill C-17) Legislative Committee

    >>Bills referred
    >>>Public Safety Act, 2002 (Bill C-17), 206
    >>Chair, appointment, 220
    >>Membership, 214
    >>Reports