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Violent offenders

    >>Security classification, assigning, judicial discretion, 3874(65:1235)
    >>>See also Criminal Code (amdt.) and Corrections and Conditional Release Act(amdt.--judicial discretion to assign a binding security classification ofmaximum to high-risk violent offenders)(Bill C-403)

Visitors to Canada

    >>Visas, security see Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (amdt.)(Bill C-282)

Vitamins and supplements

    >>Medical expense tax credit/Goods and Services Tax (GST) exemption
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Borotsik), (372-2181), 1120
    >>>>(Grey), (372-2148 to 372-2151), 1112

Volunteers

    >>Income tax deduction see Income Tax Act (amdt.--exemptions forvolunteers)(Bill C-351);Income Tax Act (amdt.--volunteers)(Bill C-207)
    >>See also Community service groups;Emergency volunteers

Voting see House of Commons proceedings--Electronic voting

Voyeurism

    >>Legislation see Criminal Code (amdt.--protection of children and othervulnerable persons) and Canada Evidence Act (amdt.)(Bill C-20)

Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Self-Government Agreement

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

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Wages and salaries see Bankruptcy;Military judges;Public Service--Performance pay

War

    >>Children, protection
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Bigras), (372-1842), 918, gr, 1111 (8545-372-43-05); (372-1852), 918, gr, 1111 (8545-372-43-05)
    >>See also Conflict diamonds;Iraq, United States pre-emptive attack;Korean War;Prisoners of war;World War I;World War II

War of 1812 see Tecumseh

War Veterans Allowance Act

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

Wasagaming, MB see Parks Canada--Reports

Waskesiu, SK see Parks Canada--Reports

Water

    >>British Columbia-Alaska transboundary watersheds, construction projects
    >>>Bradfield Road transportation corridor, International Boundary Waters TreatyAct and Navigable Waters Protection Act provisions, studies, fisheries factor,r.o. Q-21 (Robinson), 196 (8555-372-21)
    >>>Ecosystem sustainable development policy
    >>>>Petitions
    >>>>>(Robinson), (372-0811), 304, gr, 476 (8545-372-21-02)
    >>Bulk water exports, prohibition see Canada Water Export Prohibition Act(Bill C-286)
    >>See also Drinking water;Invasive alien aquatic species

Watercraft see Personal watercraft

Waterfowl

    >>Management and hunting in Quebec, review
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Guimond), (372-1762), 904, gr, 977 (8545-372-58-04)

Waterton, AB see Parks Canada--Reports

Ways and Means (notice of motions), tabled

    >>1.Income Tax Act, notice, tabled, 62 (8570-372-01)
    >>2.Budget 2003 (February 18, 2003), approval, M. (Manley), 431, 436, 454-5478, 496, 498-9, division deferred, 499, agreed to on recorded division(Division No. 59), 515-6
    >>>Amdt. (Harper), 436, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 53), 478-9
    >>>>Amdt. to amdt. (Paquette), 436, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 42), 455-6
    >>>Division, recorded, if requested on Monday, March 17, 2003, deemed deferred until Tuesday, March 18, 2003, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 487
    >>>Procedure, "That the debate be now adjourned", M. (Harper), 432, deemed adopted, 432
    >>3.Income Tax Act, notice, tabled, 431 (8570-372-2)
    >>4.Excise Tax Act, notice, tabled, 431 (8570-372-3)Ways and Means
    >>5.Customs Tariff, Excise Tax Act and Excise Act, 2001, notice, tabled, 431(8570-372-4)
    >>6.Budget 2003
    >>>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)
    >>7.Income Tax Act (natural resources)
    >>>Concurrence, M. (Manley), 926, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 208), 926-7
    >>>Disposition, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 913
    >>>Notice, tabled, 879 (8570-372-11)
    >>>See also Income Tax Act (amdt.--natural resources)(Bill C-48)
    >>8.Excise Tax Act, notice, tabled, 1090 (8570-372-12)
    >>9.Income Tax Act, notice, tabled, 1203 (8570-372-13)

Weapons

    >>Trafficking, sentences see Criminal Code (amdt.--weapons trafficking)(BillC-444)
    >>See also Biological and chemical weapons;Disarmament;Land mines (anti-personnel mines);Space Preservation Treaty

Weather services see Meteorological Service of Canada

Welfare

    >>Work for welfare, requirement see Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act(amdt.--work for welfare)(Bill C-334)

West coast ports

    >>Strikes and lockouts, arbitration see Final Offer Arbitration in Respect ofWest Coast Ports Operations Act (Bill C-312)

West Vancouver--Sunshine Coast constituency

    >>Name, change to West Vancouver--Sea to Sky Country-Sunshine Coastsee Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (amdt.)(Bill C-300)
    >>Name, change to West Vancouver--Sunshine Coast--Sea to Sky Countrysee Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Bill C-53)
    >>See also Government expenditures--Government grants and contributions

Westbank First Nation Self-Government Act (Bill C-57)--Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Nault)

    >>1st r, 1246
    >>2nd r, deemed read a second time, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1262
    >>Aboriginal Affairs, Northern Development and Natural Resources Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, deemed referred, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 1262

Westbank First Nation Self-Government Agreement

    >>Document, "Westbank First Nation Self-Government Agreement", October 3, 2003, tabled, 1236 (8525-372-33)
    >>See also Westbank First Nation Self-Government Act (Bill C-57)

Western Canada see Riel, Louis David

Western Economic Diversification Department

    >>Departmental Performance Report
    >>>2001-2002, tabled, 178 (8563-372-87)
    >>>2002-2003, tabled, 1207 (8563-372-177)
    >>See also Access to Information Act;Estimates, 2003-2004, Main--Reports on Plans and Priorities;Privacy Act

Westlock--St. Paul constituency

    >>Name, change to Battle River see Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act(Bill C-53)

Westmount--Ville-Marie constituency see Government expenditures--Governmentgrants and contributions

Wetaskiwin constituency see Government expenditures--Government grants andcontributions

Wharves see Harbours, wharves and breakwaters

Whistle Blower Human Rights Act (Bill C-201)--Grewal

    >>1st r, 11
    >>2nd r, 379, dropped from the Order Paper, under S.O. 96(1), 379

Whistle Blowers Protection Act (Bill C-457)--Martin, Pat

Whistle blowing see Public Service--Wrongdoing

WHO see World Health Organization (WHO)

Widows see Veterans' benefits and pensions--Veterans independence program

Wild Animal and Plant Protection and Regulation of International and Interprovincial Trade Act

    >>Legislation see Species at Risk Act (Bill C-5)

Wild Animal and Plant Protection and Regulation of International and Interprovincial Trade Act (amdt.)(Bill C-427)--Martin, K.

Wildlife

    >>Sale of wildlife or wildlife parts without license or permit, criminal offence see Criminal Code (amdt.--selling wildlife)(Bill C-280);Wild Animal and Plant Protection and Regulation of International and Interprovincial Trade Act (amdt.)(Bill C-427)
    >>See also Deer;Elk;Endangered and threatened species;Waterfowl

Windsor, ON see Border, Canadian

Windsor-St. Clair constituency

    >>Name, change to Windsor-Tecumseh see Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act(amdt.)(Bill C-300)

Windsor West constituency see Chief Electoral Officer of Canada Office(Elections Canada)--Reports

Witness and Spousal Protection Program Act (Bill C-270)--Hill, J.

Witness Protection Program

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Justice and Human RightsStanding Committee
    >>>2001-2002 annual report, 59 (8560-372-7-01)
    >>>2002-2003 annual report, 1095 (8560-372-7-02)

Witnesses (Justice system)

    >>Protection, eligibility, spousal assault/domestic violence see Witness andSpousal Protection Program Act (Bill C-270)

Women see Penitentiary inmates;Pregnancy;Spouses;Status of Women Canada;Widows

Wood products

    >>Chromated copper arsenate, use in pressure treated lumber, health concerns
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Stoffer), (372-0078), 26, gr, 145 (8545-372-21-01);(371-0816 to 371-0818), gr, 99 (8545-372-10-01)

Work see Older workers;Welfare

Worker's compensation see Canada Pension Plan (CPP)--"Pensionable employment"

Workplace Psychological Harassment Prevention Act (Bill C-451)--Bourgeois

World Health Organization (WHO)

    >>Taiwan, observer status/participation
    >>>Canadian position, M. on supply (Abbott), 797-8, 802, division deferred, 802, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 169), 808-9
    >>>See also Foreign Affairs and International Trade StandingCommittee--Reports, Fifth

World Trade Organization (WTO) see Foreign Affairs and International TradeStanding Committee--Reports from 1st Session, 37th Parliament, Nineteenth

World War I see Ukrainian Canadians;Vimy Ridge battle (April 9, 1917)

World War II see Juno Beach Centre (World War II Memorial)

WTO see World Trade Organization (WTO)

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Yoho National Park see Field, BC

Young offenders

    >>Detention prior to disposition, parental accountability see Young OffendersAct (amdt.)(Bill C-281)
    >>See also Home invasion;Murder--Capital punishment/young offenders;Swarming

Young Offenders Act

    >>Legislation see Criminal Code and Young Offenders Act (amdt.--capitalpunishment)(Bill C-318)

Young Offenders Act (amdt.)(Bill C-281)--Cadman

Youth Criminal Justice Act

    >>Legislation see Criminal Code (amdt.)(Bill C-32);Criminal Code and Youth Criminal Justice Act (amdt.--sentencingprinciples)(Bill C-416)

Youth Criminal Justice Act (amdt.)(Bill C-204)--Lunn

    >>1st r, 12
    >>2nd r, 332, dropped from the Order Paper, under S.O. 96(1), 332

Yukon Environmental and Socio-economic Assessment Act (Bill C-2)--Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Nault)

    >>1st r, 18
    >>2nd r, 86, division deferred, 86, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 9), 94-5
    >>Aboriginal Affairs, Northern Development and Natural Resources Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, 95
    >>>Report, with amdts., 273
    >>Report stage, 441-2, 462-3
    >>>Concurrence, with further amdt., M. (Nault), 463, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 48), 463-4
    >>>Motion No. 1 (Clause 122), (Nault), 442, division deferred, 442, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 47), 462-3
    >>3rd r, 491, 493, division deferred, 493, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 57), 513-4, passed
    >>Senate passage, without amdt., 748

Yukon First Nations Self-Government Act

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

Yukon Land Claim Agreements

    >>2000-2001 annual report, tabled, 1245 (8525-372-35)

Yukon Surface Rights Board see Access to Information Act;Privacy Act

Yukon Territory

    >>Devolution, jurisdiction over natural resources and environment transferred from federal to territorial government, Statement by Minister (Nault), 635
    >>Environmental and socio-economic assessment see Yukon Environmental andSocio-economic Assessment Act (Bill C-2)
    >>See also Farm Income Protection Act (FIPA);Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)--Reports, Agreements for RCMP policingservices;Statutes of the Yukon Territory

Yukon Territory Water Board see Access to Information Act;Privacy Act