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Regulatory fees

    >>Moratorium, M-231 (Borotsik), withdrawn, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 170

Reinvigorating Economic Relations Between Canada and Asia-Pacific see Foreign Affairs and International Trade Standing Committee--Reports, Twelfth

Religion see Anglican Church of Canada;Anglican Diocese of Huron;Falun Gong;Hinduism;Islam;Mohawk Institute;National Day of Prayer;Residential schools

Religious freedom

    >>Foreign aid, funding limit to intolerant nations see Special EconomicMeasures Act (amdt.--no foreign aid to countries that do not respect religiousfreedom)(Bill C-414)
    >>See also Hate propaganda

Remembering Our Past, Preserving Our Future see Veterans Week

Remembrance Day National Flag Act (Bill C-244)--Bailey

Remembrance Day (November 11)

    >>Canadian flag, flown at half mast on federal premises see Remembrance DayNational Flag Act (Bill C-244)
    >>Moment of silence see National Wave of Silence on Remembrance Day Act(Bill C-316)

Replacement workers

    >>Ban
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Guay), (372-2224 to 372-2247), 1137
    >>>See also Canada Labour Code (amdt.)(Bill C-328)
    >>See also Labour disputes;Public Service--Strikes

Report on Plans and Priorities for 2003-2004 of the House of Commons Administration see House of Commons--Administration

Report to Parliament: Canada's Participation in the Regional Development Banks 2001 see Regional development banks

Report to Parliament on Actions Arising from the Auditor General's Reporton the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada see Privacy Commissioner--Radwanski

Reports on Plans and Priorities see Estimates, 2003-2004, Main

Radwanski, George see Privacy Commissioner

Reproductive technology

    >>Legislation see Assisted Human Reproduction Act (Bill C-13)
    >>Petitions
    >>>(Reynolds), (372-0580 and 372-0581), 225, gr, 352 (8545-372-60-01)
    >>>(Vellacott), (372-1699), 871, gr, 969 (8545-372-60-02)
    >>See also Assisted Human Reproduction Agency of Canada;Embryos;Genetic engineering;Genetically modified food;Genome Canada;Stem cell research

Research and development

    >>Funding, Q-179 (Ritz), deemed referred to Industry, Science and Technology Standing Committee, 764, r.o., 853-4 (8555-372-179)
    >>>Peer review see Industry, Science and Technology StandingCommittee--Reports from 1st Session, Tenth
    >>See also Health research

Residential schools

    >>Petitions
    >>>(Desjarlais), (372-0564), 214, gr, 496 (8545-372-7-08)
    >>See also Aboriginal Healing Foundation;Indian Residential Schools Resolution Canada;Mohawk Institute

Restitution orders

    >>Civil enforcement see Criminal Code (amdt.)(Bill C-32)

Retirement see Canada Pension Plan (CPP)--Firefighters--Police

Returns Ordered

    >>P-5. Business Development Bank of Canada, Illsley Bourbonnais executivesearch firm reports (Clark), ordered, 783 (8550-372-5)
    >>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-14. Canadian Coast Guard, rescue diving policy, Cap Rouge II August13, 2002 sinking (Cummins), ordered, 376 (8550-372-14)
    >>P-31. Firearms registry (Canadian Firearms Program), administrativeprocedures, Raymond Hession, independent management consultant, report (Hearn), ordered, 520 (8550-372-31)
    >>P-41. Goods and Services Tax (GST), fraud (Jaffer), ordered, 980 (8550-372-41)
    >>Q-1. Social Services Minkin, Val-d'Or, QC, Abitibiwinni (Pikogan), LacSimon, Kitcisakik communities, programs and services (St-Julien), 171(8555-372-1)
    >>Q-5. Court Challenges Program, administration (Williams), 171-2 (8555-372-5)
    >>Q-6. Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA), loans, grants andcontributions, Prince Edward Island (Williams), 195 (8555-372-6)
    >>Q-8. Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA), offices (Williams), 195(8555-372-8)
    >>Q-11. Homelessness, government role, measures, expenditures (Clark), 195(8555-372-11)
    >>Q-14. Government departments, boards, agencies and commissions,communications, advertising services, expenditures (Lanctôt), 195-6(8555-372-14)
    >>Q-15. Government departments, boards, agencies and commissions,communications, advertising services, pre-qualification process, companiescontracted, ro. Q-15 (Lanctôt), 196 (8555-372-15)
    >>Q-17. Salmon farming, net pen salmon farm operations, wastes/debris deposits (Cummins), 283-4 (8555-372-17)
    >>Q-21. Water, British Columbia-Alaska transboundary watersheds, constructionprojects, Bradfield Road transportation corridor, International BoundaryWaters Treaty Act and Navigable Waters Protection Act provisions, studies,fisheries factor (Robinson), 196 (8555-372-21)
    >>Q-26. Mefloquine (anti-malaria drug), Canadian Armed Forces, use, adversereactions, Health Department/National Defence Department monitoring (Cummins),274 (8555-372-26)
    >>Q-29. Electoral boundaries, Quebec, proposed new federal constituences,population definition, process/public notice (St-Julien), 257-8 (8555-372-29)
    >>Q-30. Public Service, anglophone/francophone ratio, Quebec (Pankiw), 274-5(8555-372-30)
    >>Q-31. Public Service, anglophone/francophone ratio, Ontario, (Pankiw), 275(8555-372-31)
    >>Q-32. Official languages policy (Bilingualism), mother tongue,french/english, census information (Pankiw), 276 (8555-372-32)
    >>Q-33. Public Service, anglophone/francophone ratio, National Capital Region(Pankiw), 276 (8555-372-33)
    >>Q-34. Small Business Loans Program, statistics since 1993 (Rajotte), 970(8555-372-34)
    >>Q-35. Government grants and contributions, Bombardier Inc., PowerCorporation, Milit-Air Inc. (Rajotte), 407 (8555-372-35)
    >>Q-37. Government grants and contributions, Hon. Paul Martin, former Financeminister, "blind trust" holdings, receipt (Rajotte), 421 (8555-372-37)
    >>Q-38. Government departments, boards, agencies and commissions, Ipsos-Reidagency, Stewart McKelvey Stirling Scales law firm, total amounts billed(Rajotte), 285 (8555-372-38)
    >>Q-40. Federal-provincial fiscal arrangements, studies (Paquette),305 (8555-372-40)
    >>Q-46. Harbours, wharves and breakwaters, St-Augustin, QC, pier, footings,cathodic protection system (Fournier), 315 (8555-372-46)
    >>Q-47. Canadian Armed Forces, military equipment, theft (Williams), 315(8555-372-47)
    >>Q-48. Government automobiles/motor vehicles, alternative fuels use(Comartin), 387 (8555-372-48)
    >>Q-59. Government expenditures, government grants and contributions, loans andcontracts, all departments, agencies and Crown corporations,Westmount--Ville-Marie constituency (Yelich), 353 (8555-372-59)
    >>Q-60. Government expenditures, government grants and contributions, loans andcontracts, all departments, agencies and Crown corporations, TorontoCentre--Rosedale constituency (Anders), 354 (8555-372-60)
    >>Q-61. Government expenditures, government grants and contributions, loans andcontracts, all departments, agencies and Crown corporations, Hamilton East constituency (Ritz), 354 (8555-372-61)
    >>Q-62. Government expenditures, government grants and contributions, loans andcontracts, all departments, agencies and Crown corporations, Vancouver South--Burnaby constituency (Lunney), 354 (8555-372-62)
    >>Q-63. Government expenditures, government grants and contributions, loans andcontracts, all departments, agencies and Crown corporations, Edmonton Westconstituency (Kenney), 360 (8555-372-63)
    >>Q-64. Government expenditures, government grants and contributions, loans andcontracts, all departments, agencies and Crown corporations, Vancouver Quadraconstituency (Forseth), 360 (8555-372-64)
    >>Q-65. Government expenditures, government grants and contributions, loans andcontracts, all departments, agencies and Crown corporations,Glengarry--Prescott--Russell constituency (Gallant), 360-1 (8555-372-65)
    >>Q-66. Government expenditures, government grants and contributions, loans andcontracts, all departments, agencies and Crown corporations, PrinceEdward--Hastings constituency (Merrifield), 361 (8555-372-66)
    >>Q-67. Government expenditures, government grants and contributions, loans andcontracts, all departments, agencies and Crown corporations, Ottawa Southconstituency (Reid), 361 (8555-372-67)
    >>Q-68. Government expenditures, government grants and contributions, loans andcontracts, all departments, agencies and Crown corporations, Don Valley Eastconstituency (McNally), 363-4 (8555-372-68)
    >>Q-69. Government expenditures, government grants and contributions, loans andcontracts, all departments, agencies and Crown corporations, Malpequeconstituency (Schmidt), 364 (8555-372-69)
    >>Q-70. Government expenditures, government grants and contributions, loans andcontracts, all departments, agencies and Crown corporations, Saint-Mauriceconstituency (Bailey), 364 (8555-372-70)
    >>Q-71. Government expenditures, government grants and contributions, loans andcontracts, all departments, agencies and Crown corporations, Victoriaconstituency (Spencer), 364 (8555-372-71)
    >>Q-74. Aboriginal land claims, compensation paid/use (Mark), 315 (8555-372-74)
    >>Q-77. Government expenditures, government grants and contributions, loans andcontracts, all departments, agencies and Crown corporations, LaSalle--Émardconstituency (Reynolds), 364-5 (8555-372-77)
    >>Q-85. Government procurement, miscellaneous items (Williams), 376(8555-372-85)
    >>Q-90. Science, government science, strengthening, Throne Speech commitment(MacKay), 316 (8555-372-90)
    >>Q-94. Contaminated sites, federal sites, South Shore constituency (Keddy),316 (8555-372-94)
    >>Q-96. Contaminated sites, federal sites, Berthier--Montcalm constituency andSaint-Jean Saguenay constituency (Keddy), 316 (8555-372-96)
    >>Q-97. Firearms, deaths, statistics (Keddy), 316 (8555-372-97)
    >>Q-101. Aboriginal fishing rights, Sparrow food fishery/R. v. Marshall(1999) (Cummins), 537 (8555-372-101)
    >>Q-103. Aboriginal people, Delta--South Richmond constituency, governmentexpenditures (Cummins), 693 (8555-372-103)
    >>Q-110. Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec(Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions), grants and contributionssince 2000-2001 (Duceppe), 497-8 (8555-372-110)
    >>Q-111. Public Service, performance pay, Executive (EX) and Deputy Minister(DM) categories, fiscal year 2001-2002 (Williams), 498 (8555-372-111)
    >>Q-122. Gatineau Park, properties, sale by National Capital Commission (NCC)(Assad), 498 (8555-372-122)
    >>Q-126. Guaranteed Income Supplement, eligible seniors, identification(Casey), 519-20 (8555-372-126)
    >>Q-129. Government expenditures, government grants and contributions, loans andcontracts, all departments, agencies and Crown corporations,Edmonton--Strathcona constituency (Jaffer), 543 (8555-372-129)
    >>Q-130. Government expenditures, government grants and contributions, loans andcontracts, all departments, agencies and Crown corporations, Calgary Westconstituency (Anders), 571 (8555-372-130)
    >>Q-132. EKOS Research Associates, government contracts (Epp), 538(8555-372-132)
    >>Q-133. Government expenditures, government grants and contributions, loans andcontracts, all departments, agencies and Crown corporations, West Vancouver--Sunshine Coast constituency (Reynolds), 620 (8555-372-133)
    >>Q-134. Government expenditures, government grants and contributions, loans andcontracts, all departments, agencies and Crown corporations, Esquimalt--Juande Fuca constituency (Martin, K.), 543 (8555-372-134)
    >>Q-135. Government expenditures, government grants and contributions, loans andcontracts, all departments, agencies and Crown corporations, Wetaskiwinconstituency (Johnston), 543 (8555-372-135)
    >>Q-136. Government automobiles/motor vehicles, fleet holdings (Moore), 548(8555-372-136)
    >>Q-137. Government expenditures, government grants and contributions, loans andcontracts, all departments, agencies and Crown corporations, Kamloops,Thompson and Highland Valleys constituency (Hinton), 543-4 (8555-372-137)
    >>Q-138. Government expenditures, government grants and contributions, loans andcontracts, all departments, agencies and Crown corporations, Kelownaconstituency (Schmidt), 544 (8555-372-138)
    >>Q-143. Leger and Leger Research Associates, government contracts (Harris),626 (8555-372-143)
    >>Q-145. Government automobiles/motor vehicles, Federal Court of Canada andSupreme Court of Canada purchases, Kyoto Protocol, relationship (Williams),544 (8555-372-145)
    >>Q-146. Cabinet Ministers, automobiles, purchase, Kyoto Protocol commitments,relationship (Williams), 631-2 (8555-372-146)
    >>Q-147. Canadian Armed Forces, military equipment, theft (Williams), 572(8555-372-147)
    >>Q-150. National Strategy on Community Safety and Crime Prevention, review(White, T.), 544 (8555-372-150)
    >>Q-152. China, foreign aid (Day), 632 (8555-372-152)
    >>Q-155. POLLARA Inc., government contracts (Harris), 632 (8555-372-155)
    >>Q-161. Government buildings, real estate holdings (Ritz), 659 (8555-372-161)
    >>Q-168. Regional development, government agencies, funding, allocation,(St-Julien), 717 (8555-372-168)
    >>Q-176. St. Lawrence Seaway, pilotage fees and expenditures (Moore), 763-4(8555-372-176)
    >>Q-177. Government loans, total value outstanding, in default and/or writtenoff, breakdown by department and Crown corporation (Reynolds), 806(8555-372-177)
    >>Q-179. Research and development, funding (Ritz), 853-4 (8555-372-179)
    >>Q-184. Regional development, government agencies, funding, annual budget,percentage written off (Rajotte), 799-800 (8555-372-184)
    >>Q-186. Government contracts, annual value/contractual dispute lawsuits (Ritz), 800 (8555-372-186)
    >>Q-187. Trade, with Iraq, annual basis for past 20 years (Duncan), 786(8555-372-187)
    >>Q-191. Kyoto Protocol (1997), implementation plan, consultations (Hill, G.), 800 (8555-372-191)
    >>Q-194. Firearms registry (Canadian Firearms Program), costs, statistics(Hill, J.), 794 (8555-372-194)
    >>Q-197. Softwood lumber trade dispute, aid package (Casson), 806 (8555-372-197)
    >>Q-199. Government expenditures, government grants and contributions, loansand contracts, all departments, agencies and Crown corporations,Perth-Middlesex constituency (Penson), 800 (8555-372-199)
    >>Q-204. Border, Canadian, submissions to United States government (Rajotte),806-7 (8555-372-204), 945-6 (8555-372-204-01)
    >>Q-208. Abortion, statistics (Vellacott), 807 (8555-372-208)
    >>Q-229. Official languages minorities, subsidies and contributions(Sauvageau), 946 (8555-372-229)
    >>Q-230. Official languages minorities, subsidies and contributions(Sauvageau), 970 (8555-372-230)
    >>Q-233. Government grants and contributions, Prince George--Peace Riverconstituency (Hill, J.), 979 (8555-372-233)
    >>Q-238. Communication Canada, sponsorship program (St-Julien), 979(8555-372-238)
    >>Q-239. Government expenditures, government grants and contributions, loansand contracts, all departments, agencies and Crown corporations,Abitibi--Baie-James--Nunavik, Témiscamingue constituency and Roberval constituency (St-Julien), 979-80 (8555-372-239)
    >>Q-240. Customs services, high-risk traveller or shipment, standards used bycustoms officers (Jaffer), 946-8 (8555-372-240)
    >>Q-245. Salmon farming, sea lice, treatment, emamectin benzoate, use (Cummins), 1160-1 (8555-372-245)

Richardson, John (Lib.--Perth--Middlesex; resigned October 11, 2002)

    >>References see House of Commons--Vacancies, Perth--Middlesex

Richelieu constituency

    >>Name, change to Bas-Richelieu--Nicolet--Bécancour see Electoral BoundariesReadjustment Act (Bill C-53)

Richlu Manufacturing Ltd. see Canadian International Trade Tribunal

Riding Mountain National Park

    >>Elk herd, tuberculosis, impact on cattle producers
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Borotsik), (372-1183), 482, gr, 698 (8545-372-58-02)
    >>>>(Hilstrom), (372-0636), 237, gr, 323 (8545-372-58-01)
    >>>See also Agriculture and Agri-Food Standing Committee--Reports, First
    >>See also Wasagaming, MB

Ridley Terminals Inc.

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Transport Standing Committee
    >>>2002 annual report, with Auditor General's report, 961 (8560-372-770-01)
    >>>2003-2007 corporate plan summary, 432 (8562-372-860-01)
    >>See also Alternative Fuels Act

Riel House National Historic Site of Canada

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Canadian Heritage Standing Committee
    >>>Management plan, 1254-5 (8560-372-839-01)

Riel, Louis David

    >>Role in advancement of Confederation and rights and interests of Metispeople and the people of Western Canada/reversal of treason convictionsee Louis Riel Act (Bill C-324)

Right to Work Act (Bill C-350)--Pankiw

Rights of the child see Child custody--Shared parenting

Rimouski-Neigette-et-la Mitis constituency

    >>Name, change to Rimouski-Neigette-et-La Mitis see Electoral BoundariesReadjustment Act (amdt.)(Bill C-300)

Rimouski--Témiscouata constituency

    >>Name, change to Rimouski-Neigette--Témiscouata--Les Basques see ElectoralBoundaries Readjustment Act (Bill C-53)

Rivière-du-Loup--Montmagny constituency

    >>Name, change to Montmagny--L'Islet--Kamouraska--Rivière-du-Loupsee Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Bill C-53)

Rizzuto, Vito see Tax Court of Canada

Roberval constituency

    >>Name, change to Roberval--Lac-Saint-Jean see Electoral BoundariesReadjustment Act (Bill C-53)
    >>See also Government expenditures--Government grants and contributions,Abitibi--Baie-James--Nunavik, Témiscamingue constituency

Roche, Everett see Solicitor General Department--Government contracts

Role and Responsibilities of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission in Developments in the Area of Official Languages in Canada see Official Languages Standing Committee--Reports, First

Rolland Groupe Conseil Inc. see Business Development Bank of Canada

Romanow, Hon. Roy see Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada(Romanow)

Roosevelt Campobello International Park Commission

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Foreign Affairs and International Trade Standing Committee
    >>>2001 annual report, with Auditor's report, 96 (8560-372-229-01)
    >>>2002 annual report, with Auditor's report, 855 (8560-372-229-02)

Royal Assent

Royal Canadian Mint

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee
    >>>2002 annual report, with Auditor General's report, 718 (8560-372-176-01)
    >>>2003-2007 corporate plan summaries and 2003 capital budget, 836 (8562-372-810-01)
    >>See also Access to Information Act;Alternative Fuels Act;Privacy Act

Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)

    >>Departmental Performance Report
    >>>2001-2002, tabled, 178 (8563-372-74)
    >>>2002-2003, tabled, 1206 (8563-372-165)
    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee
    >>>Agreements for RCMP policing services between Canada and
    >>>>Alberta, 1166 (8560-372-475-04)
    >>>>British Columbia, 1166 (8560-372-475-08)
    >>>>Manitoba, 1166 (8560-372-475-07)
    >>>>New Brunswick, 1166 (8560-372-475-03)
    >>>>Nova Scotia, 1166 (8560-372-475-05)
    >>>>Prince Edward Island, 1166 (8560-372-475-02)
    >>>>Sackville, New Brunswick, 912 (8560-372-475-01)
    >>>>Yukon Territory, 1166 (8560-372-475-06)
    >>See also Estimates, 2003-2004, Main--Reports on Plans and Priorities;Estimates, 2003-2004, Supplementary (A)--Solicitor General, Vote 35a;Veterans' benefits/pensions

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Act

    >>Legislation see Income Tax Act, Members of Parliament Retiring AllowancesAct, Public Service Superannuation Act and Royal Canadian Mounted Police Act (amdt.--dependent beneficiaries)(BIll C-389)

Royal Canadian Mounted Police External Review Committee

    >>Departmental Performance Report
    >>>2001-2002, tabled, 178 (8563-372-75)
    >>>2002-2003, tabled, 1206 (8563-372-163)
    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee
    >>>2002-2003 annual report, 928 (8560-372-509-01)
    >>See also Estimates, 2003-2004, Main--Reports on Plans and Priorities

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Pension Plan

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee
    >>>2001-2002 Actuarial Report (including Cost Certificate), 1212 (8560-372-580-01)

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Public Complaints Commission

    >>Departmental Performance Report
    >>>2001-2002, tabled, 176 (8563-372-27)
    >>>2002-2003, tabled, 1204 (8563-372-116)
    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee
    >>>2002-2003 annual report, 937 (8560-372-550-01)
    >>See also Estimates, 2003-2004, Main--Reports on Plans and Priorities

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Superannuation 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)