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Royal Canadian Mounted Police Superannuation Account

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Justice and Human RightsStanding Committee
    >>>2001-2002 report on administration (Parts I and III), 633 (8560-372-231-01)

RPP see Registered pension plans (RPP)

RRIF see Registered Retirement Income Fund (RRIF)

RRSP see Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP)

Rural areas

    >>Document, "Celebrating Success in Rural Canada: Annual Report to Parliament 2001-2002", tabled, 297 (8560-372-11-01)
    >>See also Urbanization

Rural post offices

    >>Petitions
    >>>(Nystrom), (372-1669), 853, gr, 969 (8545-372-1-20)

Rural route mail carriers

    >>Collective bargaining rights, Canada Post Corporation Act, sec. 13(5)
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Adams), (372-0888), 324, gr, 496 (8545-372-1-11); (372-0907), 338, gr, 496 (8545-372-1-11)
    >>>>(Assadourian), (372-0898), 324, gr, 496 (8545-372-1-11)
    >>>>(Asselin), (371-0768), gr, 25 (8545-372-1-03)
    >>>>(Bachand,C.), (371-0782), gr, 25 (8545-372-1-03)
    >>>>(Binet), (371-0810), gr, 31 (8545-372-1-04)
    >>>>(Bourgeois), (371-0791), gr, 31 (8545-372-1-04)
    >>>>(Bryden), (371-0885 and 371-0886), gr, 55 (8545-372-1-05); (372-0640), 237, gr, 319 (8545-372-1-09)
    >>>>(Caccia), (372-0886), 315, gr, 496 (8545-372-1-11)
    >>>>(Cadman), (372-1996), 1002, gr, 1170 (8545-372-1-21)
    >>>>(Cardin), (371-0752), gr, 17 (8545-372-1-02)
    >>>>(Catterall), (372-1689), 871, gr, 954 (8545-372-1-19)
    >>>>(Casey), (372-1193), 493, gr, 698 (8545-372-1-15)
    >>>>(Comartin), (372-1101), 425, gr, 518 (8545-372-1-13)
    >>>>(Crête), (371-0741), gr, 17 (8545-372-1-02)
    >>>>(Cullen), (372-1073), 420, gr, 502 (8545-372-1-12)
    >>>>(Bergeron), (371-0729), gr, 11 (8545-372-1-01)
    >>>>(Davies), (372-1033), 386, gr, 502 (8545-372-1-12)
    >>>>(Discepola), (371-0747), gr, 17 (8545-372-1-02)
    >>>>(Duncan), (372-1154), 449, gr, 523 (8545-372-1-14)
    >>>>(Grewal), (372-0037), 13, gr, 186 (8545-372-1-07); (372-1707), 871, gr, 954 (8545-372-1-19)
    >>>>(Guimond), (371-0725), gr, 11 (8545-372-1-01)
    >>>>(Harb), (372-1011), 386, gr, 502 (8545-372-1-12); (372-1401), 679, gr, 781 (8545-372-1-17)
    >>>>(Hinton), (372-0943), 353, gr, 502 (8545-372-1-12)
    >>>>(Keddy), (372-1126), 435, gr, 523 (8545-372-1-14)
    >>>>(Lalonde), (371-0814), gr, 31 (8545-372-1-04)
    >>>>(Lanctôt), (371-0719), gr, 11 (8545-372-1-01); (372-1370), 659, gr, 781 (8545-372-1-17)
    >>>>(Lebel), (371-0712), gr, 11 (8545-372-1-01)
    >>>>(LeBlanc), (372-0723), 273, gr, 319 (8545-372-1-09)
    >>>>(Longfield), (372-0995), 375, gr, 502 (8545-372-1-12)
    >>>>(Lunn), (372-0025), 12, gr, 186 (8545-372-1-07)
    >>>>(Lunney), (372-0147), 85, gr, 282 (8545-372-1-08)
    >>>>(MacKay), (372-1738 and 372-1739), 880, gr, 954 (8545-372-1-19)
    >>>>(Malhi), (372-1066), 417, gr, 502 (8545-372-1-12); (372-1136), 436, gr, 523 (8545-372-1-14)
    >>>>(Marceau), (371-0701), gr, 11 (8545-372-1-01)
    >>>>(Paquette), (371-0695), gr, 11 (8545-372-1-01); (372-0838), 304, gr, 352 (8545-372-1-10); (372-2580), 1260
    >>>>(Patry), (371-0696), gr, 11 (8545-372-1-01)
    >>>>(Peric), (371-0780), gr, 25 (8545-372-1-03)
    >>>>(Reed), (371-0888), gr, 62 (8545-372-1-06)
    >>>>(Regan), (372-1954), 979, gr, 1170 (8545-372-1-21)
    >>>>(Reid), (372-0421), 161, gr, 282 (8545-372-1-08); (372-1215), 524, gr, 732 (8545-372-1-16); (372-1712), 871, gr, 954 (8545-372-1-19)
    >>>>(Reynolds), (371-0874), gr, 31 (8545-372-1-04); (372-1717), 880, gr, 954 (8545-372-1-19)
    >>>>(Robinson), (372-1109), 426, gr, 518 (8545-372-1-13)
    >>>>(Rocheleau), (371-0767), gr, 17 (8545-372-1-02)
    >>>>(Roy), (371-0779), gr, 25 (8545-372-1-03)
    >>>>(Schmidt), (372-0338), 122, gr, 282 (8545-372-1-08); (372-1040), 391, gr, 502 (8545-372-1-12)
    >>>>(Sgro), (372-1642), 838, gr, 954 (8545-372-1-19)
    >>>>(Shepherd), (372-1792), 905, gr, 954 (8545-372-1-19)
    >>>>(Speller), (372-1758), 884, gr, 954 (8545-372-1-19)
    >>>>(St-Hilaire), (371-0702), gr, 11 (8545-372-1-01); (372-2146), 1112, gr, 1170 (8545-372-1-21)
    >>>>(St-Julien), (371-0730), gr, 11 (8545-372-1-01)
    >>>>(Steckle), (372-1406), 679, gr, 781 (8545-372-1-17); (372-2088), 1066, gr, 1170 (8545-372-1-21)
    >>>>(Stinson), (372-0904), 338, gr, 496 (8545-372-1-11)
    >>>>(Stoffer), (372-2110), 1084, gr, 1170
    >>>>(Szabo), (372-1899), 945, gr, 1170 (8545-372-1-21)
    >>>>(Telegdi), (372-1390), 679, gr, 781 (8545-372-1-17); (372-1863), 935, gr, 954 (8545-372-1-19)
    >>>>(Tirabassi), (372-2295), 1164
    >>>>(Toews), (372-1075 and 372-1076), 420, gr, 518 (8545-372-1-13)
    >>>>(Ur), (372-1180), 477, gr, 698 (8545-372-1-15)
    >>>>(Wayne), (372-1629), 826, gr, 954 (8545-372-1-19)

Rustico Island Causeway see Little Harbour Channel, Prince Edward Island

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Sackville, NB see Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)--Reports, Agreementsfor RCMP policing services

Safe Third Country Regulations, The see Citizenship andImmigration Standing Committee--Reports, First

Safety see Children;Fire safety;Motor vehicles--Speed;Occupational health and safety;Personal watercraft;Seat belts

Sahtu Land and Water Board see Access to Information Act;Privacy Act

Sahtu Land Use Planning Board see Access to Information Act;Privacy Act

Saint Boniface constituency see Chief Electoral Officer of Canada Office(Elections Canada)--Reports

Saint-Jean Saguenay constituency see Contaminated sites

Saint-Léonard--Saint-Michel constituency see Chief Electoral Officer ofCanada Office (Elections Canada)--Reports

Saint-Maurice constituency see Government expenditures--Government grants and contributions

Salmon farming

    >>Net pen salmon farm operations, wastes/debris deposits, r.o. Q-17 (Cummins),283-4 (8555-372-17)
    >>Sea lice, treatment, emamectin benzoate, use, r.o. Q-245 (Cummins), 1160-1 (8555-372-245)
    >>See also Salmon, Pacific

Salmon, Pacific

    >>Aquaculture impact, protection
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Cummins), (372-0519), 194, gr, 334 (8545-372-22-04); (372-0556), 210, gr, 334 (8545-372-22-04); (372-0594), 225, gr, 334 (8545-372-22-04); (372-0699),257, gr, 352 (8545-372-22-06)
    >>See also Fraser River salmon fishery

Same-sex spouses see Marriage--Definition

Samuel de Champlain Day Act (Bill C-348)--Thompson, G.

SARS see Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS)

Saskatchewan see Electoral boundaries;Farm Income Protection Act (FIPA)

Saskatoon, SK see Canadian Blood Services

Saskatoon-Rosetown-Biggar constituency

    >>Name, change to Saskatoon-Eagle Creek see Electoral Boundaries ReadjustmentAct (amdt.)(Bill C-300)

Satellite piracy see Radiocommunication Act (amdt.)(Bill C-52)

Satellite television see Broadcasting--Redistribution

Savona, BC

    >>Kamloops, Thompson and Highland Valleys constituency, removal
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Hinton), (372-0790), 289, gr, 434 (8545-372-66-01)

Scabs see Replacement workers

Schellenberger, Gary (PC--Perth-Middlesex; elected in by-election May 12, 2003)

    >>References see Elections--Certificates of election

School Computer Access Protection Act (Bill C-426)--Skelton

School transportation services

    >>Goods and Services Tax (GST)/Harmonized Sales Tax (HST)
    >>>Ways and Means No. 4, notice, tabled, 431 (8570-372-3)
    >>>Ways and Means No. 6
    >>>>Concurrence, deemed moved and division deferred, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 546, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 65), 551-2
    >>>>Notice, tabled, 517 (8570-372-10)
    >>>>See also Budget Implementation Act, 2003 (Bill C-28)

Science

    >>Government science, strengthening, Throne Speech commitment, r.o. Q-90 (MacKay), 316 (8555-372-90)

Scots Fort National Historic Site of Canada

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Canadian Heritage Standing Committee
    >>>2003-2007 management plan, 724 (8560-372-814-01)

Scrutiny of Regulations Standing Joint Committee

    >>Membership, 83-4, 105, 337, 1025-6
    >>Reports
    >>>First (government regulatory process), 215 (8510-372-6)
    >>>>Concurrence, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 229
    >>>Second (means by which Parliament can better oversee the government regulatory process), 664 (8510-372-57)
    >>>Third (broadcasting licence fees), 1175 (8510-372-149)
    >>>Fourth (national parks), 1257 (8510-372-172)
    >>Reports from 1st Session, 37th Parliament
    >>>Sixth (Aboriginal Communal Fishing Licences Regulations) (8510-371-170)
    >>>>gr, 66 (8512-372-170)
    >>>>gr, revised, 320 (8512-372-170-01)

Sea Island, BC see Canadian Coast Guard

Sea lice see Salmon farming

Search and seizure warrants see Firearms Act

Seat belts

    >>Vehicles under federal jurisdiction see Canada Seat Belt Act (Bill C-388)

Seaway International Bridge Corporation Ltd. see Access to Information Act;Privacy Act

Sechelt Indian Band Self-Government Act

    >>Legislation see Specific Claims Resolution Act (Bill C-6)

Securing Progress for Africa and the World: A Report on CanadianPriorities for the 2002 G8 Summit see Foreign Affairs andInternational Trade Standing Committee--Reports from 1st Session, Twenty-first

Security Intelligence Review Committee

    >>Departmental Performance Report
    >>>2001-2002, tabled, 178 (8563-372-76)
    >>>2002-2003, tabled, 1206 (8563-372-166)
    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee
    >>>2001-2002 annual report, 115 (8560-372-31-01)
    >>>2002-2003 annual report, 1192-3 (8560-372-31-02)
    >>See also Access to Information Act;Estimates, 2003-2004, Main--Reports on Plans and Priorities;Privacy Act

Security of Information Act

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

Seized Property Management Act see Government Operations and EstimatesStanding Committee--Reports, Tenth

Selkirk First Nation Self-Government Agreement

    >>Legislation see Specific Claims Resolution Act (Bill C-6)

Self-employment see Canada Pension Plan (CPP)--Firefighters--Police

Senate

Senate Ethics Officer see Parliament of Canada Act (amdt.--EthicsCommissioner and Senate Ethics Officer)(Bill C-34)

Senegal

    >>Tax treaties see Tax Conventions Implementation Act, 2002(Bill S-2)

Senior citizens

    >>Income tax, once-in-a-lifetime exemption, insurance policy or RRSP payout(windfall) see Income Tax Act and Old Age Security Act (seniors' windfallexemption)(Bill C-432)
    >>See also Elderly persons;Guaranteed Income Supplement

Sentences (convicted criminals)

    >>Conditional sentences
    >>>Breach see Criminal Code (amdt.--breach of a conditional sentenceorder)(Bill C-292)
    >>>Community service option, repeal see Criminal Code (amdt.--elimination ofconditional sentencing)(Bill C-322)
    >>>Serious criminal offences see Criminal Code (amdt.--conditionalsentencing)(Bill C-247)
    >>>See also Violent crime
    >>Consecutive sentences see Violent crime
    >>Custodial sentences see Corrections and Conditional Release Act and CriminalCode (amdt.)(Bill C-40)
    >>Life sentences see Parole;Violent crime
    >>Minimum security level see Corrections and Conditional Release Act andCriminal Code (amdt.--sentencing judge to determine level of security ofincarceration of inmate for first third of sentence)(Bill C-293)
    >>See also Aboriginal offenders;Break and enter (crime);Child pornography;Child sex offenders--Predators;Conditional release (convicted criminals)--Indictable offences;Cruelty to animals;Firearms;Impaired driving--Penalties;Joyriding (auto theft);Murder;Probation orders;Street racing--Penalties;Traffic accidents

Service Income Security Insurance Plan (SISIP) see Canadian Armed Forces--Personnel

Settlement and Integration: A Sense of Belonging - Feeling at Home see Citizenship and Immigration Standing Committee--Reports, Fifth

Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS)

    >>M. to adjourn under S.O. 52 (Thompson, G.), adopted, 701
    >>>Accepted, 700

Sex Offender Information Registration Act (Bill C-23)--Solicitor General of Canada (Easter)

    >>1st r, 298
    >>2nd r, 447-8, 538, 630, 632, 641, 646-7, 651, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 142), 666-8
    >>>Amdt. (Ritz), 632, division deferred, 641, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 137), 647-8
    >>>Procedure, "That this question be now put", M. (Carroll), 651, division deferred, 651, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 141), 667
    >>Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, 668
    >>>Report, with amdts., 1196
    >>Report stage, 1239
    >>>Concurrence, as amended, M. (Easter), agreed to, 1239
    >>3rd r, 1239, passed

Sex offender registry

    >>Establishing see National Sex Offender Registry Act (Bill C-399)
    >>Legislation see Sex Offender Information Registration Act (Bill C-23)
    >>Petitions
    >>>(Hill, J.), (372-1986), 998, gr, 1216 (8545-372-69-04)

Sex offenders see Child custody--Visits;Child sex offenders (pedophiles)

Sex-trade workers (street prostitution)

    >>Exploitation and violence/solicitation laws, special committee, M-192 (Davies), selection as votable item, 152, 191, dropped to bottom of Order ofPrecedence list under S.O. 93, 191, 387-8, as amended, agreed to on division, 388
    >>>Amdt. (Martin, Pat), 388, agreed to on division, 388

Sexual assault

    >>Drug-facilitated, "date-rape drugs"
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Moore), (372-2464), 1238

Sexual exploitation of minors see Age of consent (sexual relations);Child sex offenders (pedophiles)

Sexual orientation see Hate propaganda

Sharia see Nigeria

Ship-Source Oil Pollution Fund

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Transport Standing Committee
    >>>2001-2002 annual report, 203 (8560-372-606-01)
    >>>2002-2003 annual report, 1045 (8560-372-606-02)

Shipping see Grain transportation;Rail system;Trucking industry

Ships

    >>Ballast water, invasive species see Fisheries and Oceans Standing Committee--Reports, Fourth

Short, Sergeant Robert Alan see Afghanistan--Peacekeeping operation

Shrimp industry

    >>British Columbia, fee structure, terms of union, respecting
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Cummins), (372-0766), 283, gr, 476 (8545-372-22-07); (372-1058), 417, gr, 481 (8545-372-22-08)

Simard, Michel C. see Citizenship Judges

SIN see Social Insurance Number (SIN)

SISIP see Service Income Security Insurance Plan (SISIP)

Sled dogs

    >>Nunavik region, 1950 to 1975 extermination program
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(St-Julien), (372-0001), 5, gr, 199 (8545-372-7-04); (372-0166), 91, gr, 199 (8545-372-7-04); (372-0525 and 372-0526), 200, gr, 246 (8545-372-7-05); (372-0674 to 372-0677), 247, gr, 320 (8545-372-7-06); (372-0683 to 372-0686),250, gr, 320 (8545-372-7-06); (372-0694 to 372-0696), 257, gr, 320 (8545-372-7-06); (372-0909 to 372-0912), 345, gr, 448 (8545-372-7-07);(372-1144 to 372-1147), 440, gr, 547 (8545-372-7-09)

Small business

    >>Taxation, Canadian-controlled private corporation, business limit
    >>>Ways and Means No. 3, notice, tabled, 431 (8570-372-2)
    >>>Ways and Means No. 6
    >>>>Concurrence, deemed moved and division deferred, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 546, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 65), 551-2
    >>>>Notice, tabled, 517 (8570-372-10)
    >>>>See also Budget Implementation Act, 2003 (Bill C-28)
    >>See also Capital gains rollover;Credit ombudsman

Small Business Loans Program

    >>Statistics since 1993, r.o. Q-34 (Rajotte), 970 (8555-372-34)

Small business regulations

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Industry, Science and Technology Standing Committee
    >>>Canada Small Business Financing (Establishment and Operation of Capital Leasing Pilot Project) Regulations, 226 (8560-372-774-01)

Social conditions see Discrimination and racism;Health and well-being

Social Insurance Number (SIN)

    >>Disclosure/privacy see Protection of Privacy (Social Insurance Numbers) Act(Bill C-387)
    >>Human Resources Development Department management, Auditor General Report (2002), September, Chapter 1 see Public Accounts Standing Committee--Reports,Sixteenth
    >>See also Human Resources Development and the Status of Persons withDisabilities Standing Committee--Reports, Second

Social policy see Judicial law-making

Social programs see Family supplement;Guaranteed Income Supplement

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)

    >>Departmental Performance Report
    >>>2001-2002, tabled, 178 (8563-372-77)
    >>>2002-2003, tabled, 1206 (8563-372-167)
    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Industry, Science and Technology Standing Committee
    >>>2001-2002 annual report, with Auditor General's report, 116 (8560-372-36-01)
    >>>2002-2003 annual report, with Auditor General's report, 966 (8560-372-36-02)
    >>See also Access to Information Act;Employment Equity Act;Estimates, 2003-2004, Main--Reports on Plans and Priorities;Privacy Act

Social security agreements

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Human Resources Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities Standing Committee
    >>>Germany, Federal Republic of, Order in Council P.C. 2002-1583, 59 (8560-372-212-01)
    >>>Hungary, Republic of, Order in Council P.C. 2002-1259, 59 (8560-372-212-02)
    >>>Italy, Republic of, Order in Council P.C. 2003-1228, 1045-6 (8560-372-212-04)
    >>>Sweden, Order in Council P.C. 2002-739, 59 (8560-372-212-03)

Social security payments (United States)

    >>Inclusion rate, income tax
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Maloney), (372-0922), 353, gr, 502 (8545-372-34-04)

Social Services Minkin, Val-d'Or, QC

    >>Abitibiwinni (Pikogan), Lac Simon, Kitcisakik communities, programs andservices, r.o. Q-1 (St-Julien), 171 (8555-372-1)

Social workers

    >>Health-related services, Goods and Services Tax (GST)/Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) exemption, Ways and Means No. 8, notice, tabled, 1090 (8570-372-12)

Softwood lumber trade dispute

    >>Aid package, Q-197 (Casson), deemed referred to Foreign Affairs and International Trade Standing Committee, 800-1; r.o., 806 (8555-372-197)
    >>Document, news release on additional support to softwood lumber workers and communities, tabled, 41 (8530-372-02)
    >>Petitions
    >>>(Lunney), (372-0090), 40, gr, 152 (8545-372-9-02); (372-0117), 50, gr, 152 (8545-372-9-02); (372-0121), 56, gr, 152 (8545-372-9-02)