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40th Parliament, 2nd Session   (January 26, 2009 - December 30, 2009)  Current Session
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—INDEX to the Status of House Business, 40th Parliament, second session (40‑2)—

 

 

5 Wing Goose Bay

Funding; special units, plans, Q-29 (Russell)

 

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Abattoirs see Food labelling—Meat and poultry; Prison farms—Numbers and location

Abbotsford BC see Borders—Huntingdon BC

Abdelrazik, Abousfian

Costs, legal fees, and consultants, Q-433 (McTeague)

Government action, in respect of Federal Court ruling, Q-372 (Rae)

Government spending; consular services, legal fees, and media work, Q‑351 (Leslie)

Outside contractors, Q-635 (Dion)

Abolition of Senate

M-101 (Mathyssen)

Abolition of the cent

C-252 (Martin, P.)

Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Standing Committee

Travel authority, Business Respecting Committees—Standing Committees

Aboriginal bands see instead First Nations bands

Aboriginal child welfare services

First Nations, on-reserve

Funding

Increasing; opposition to lawsuit, withdrawing, Supply Proceedings No. 7 (Russell)

Levels, vis-à-vis provincial funding; performance indicators, consultation, and feedback, Q-321 (Crowder)

Jordan’s/child first principle, on-reserve children, vis-à-vis jurisdictional issues

M-358 (Crowder)

M-363 (Crowder)

Aboriginal History Month see instead National Aboriginal History Month

Aboriginal peoples

Urban aboriginals

Royal commission report, recommendations on equality and non-discrimination, implementation, M-204 (Davies, L.)

Special committee, establishing, to study provision of culturally sensitive services, M-205 (Davies, L.)

See also Aboriginal various entries; Broadband for Rural and Northern Development Pilot Program; Canadian Coat of arms; Correctional Service of Canada; Cree of Quebec; Early learning and child care programs and agreements—Transfers; Edmonton aboriginal transition centre; Employment Equity Act—Evaluation; Environmental contamination—O’Connor; First Nations various entries; Government contracts—Indian Affairs Department; House of Commons—Aboriginal Room; Indian Act; Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement; Knowledge Infrastructure Program; Maa-nulth First Nations Final Agreement; Métis; National Parole Board—Cultural sensitivity; Oil and gas—First Nations lands—Licences; Pacific fisheries—Salmon stock; Police services—Inquiry into methods/policies, Missing and murdered women; Social housing; Veterans—Aboriginal

Aboriginal reserves see instead First Nations reserves

Aboriginal residential schools

Operators, excluded from settlement agreement; former residents; bilateral agreements, Q-67 (Russell)

Aboriginal rights

And treaty rights; consultations, First Nations/government, re projects/programs/policies/plans impacting on rights, Q-80 (Crowder)

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Canadian laws, conforming to; annual reports, 4 years, C-328 (Savoie)

Government opposition, Q-458 (Russell)

Aboriginal Room see House of Commons

Aboriginal self-government see Cree of Quebec—Cree Regional Authority; First Nations reserves—Family homes; Maa-nulth First Nations Final Agreement

Aboriginal veterans see Veterans—Aboriginal

Aboriginal women

And girls, missing and murdered, public investigation, Supply Proceedings No. 9 (Neville)

See also Police services—Inquiry into methods/policies, Missing and murdered women

Organizations, federal funding, M-208 (Davies, L.)

Absence from work see Sick leave

Abused women see Violence against women

Acadie—Bathurst see Government spending by constituency

Accelerated parole see instead Parole—Early release provisions

Access for disabled people see Enabling Accessibility Fund

Access to information

Access to Information Act, amending/revising

Open government, right to know, Supply Proceedings No. 3 (Siksay)

Requests, answering promptly; “public interest” override for exemptions, Supply Proceedings No. 3 (McTeague)

Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, amending, M-445 (Szabo)

Requests

Response time; explanation of delays, C-278 (Bagnell)

Responses, by time and department, and denials, Q-674 (Coady)

Totals by government department/agency

Q-317 (Hughes)

Q-672 (Hall Findlay)

Withholding information, reasons of national security; PCO, PMO, departments, and ministers, role, Q-472 (Dosanjh)

See also Afghanistan—Canadian mission, Detainees and Friendly fire; Government accountability—Government records; National security—Joint committee; Torture—Information obtained; Vehicle maintenance and repair—Right to repair

Access to Information Act

C-10

C-278 (Bagnell)

C-326 (Martin, P.)

C-334 (Black)

See also Access to information

Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics Standing Committee

Main Estimates 2009-2010, under Justice, 5th and 6th reports, under Parliament, 4th report, Supply Proceedings No. 5

Mulroney Airbus settlement, committee evidence/testimony; parliamentary privilege and immunity, applying; 3rd report, Business Respecting Committees—Standing Committees

Shepherd, Karen E., appointment as Commissioner of Lobbying, certificate of nomination, Other Business No. 7

Supporting, 8th report, Other Business No. 7

Supplementary Estimates (A) 2009-2010, under Justice, 7th report, Supply Proceedings No. 8

Access to post-secondary education see Canada Student Loans Program; Colleges and universities—Dedicated federal transfer; Student funding

Accessibility for disabled persons see Enabling Accessibility Fund; Wheelchairs

Accountability see Allotted days—Formula; Climate Change Accountability Act; Corporate Accountability of Mining, Oil and Gas Corporations in Developing Countries Act; Foundations; Gender-based analysis—Legislation; Government accountability; International Treaty Accountability Act; Iran Accountability Act; Parliamentary Budget Officer—Budget 2009; Sudan Accountability Act; Vote 35—Government accountability

Act Creating One of the Worlds Largest National Park Reserves

C-38

Action Plan for the National Capital Commission

C-37

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Other Business No. 3

Adjournment see House of Commons

Adjournment proceedings see House of Commons

Adoption

Federal support measures, adoptive parents, committee study, M-386 (Watson)

Order of reference, Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and Status of Persons with Disabilities Standing Committee, Business Respecting Committees—Standing Committees

Parental leave, employment insurance benefits

C-413 (Julian)

M-370 (Martin, K.)

See also Citizenship—Children; Self-employed workers—Employment insurance

Adult education and training see Apprenticeships; Books—GST/HST elimination, Literacy training materials; Colleges and universities; Employment insurance—Extended Employment Insurance Benefits; Federal Student Work Experience Program; Foreign credentials—Mentoring; Immigration and immigrants—Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC)—Language training for newcomers; Literacy; Skilled workers—Training and certification; Student funding; Student loans

Advance Passenger Information/Passenger Name Record see Borders—Security measures

Advance polls

Two additional days, adding, C-40

Adventure tourism see Ships and boats—Liability

Advertising

Aimed at children, banning; curbing juvenile obesity, C-324 (Julian)

See also Government advertising; Hate propaganda; Internet—e-Commerce; Pharmacare—Federal-provincial program; Tax-Free Savings Account—TV commercials; Tobacco products—Advertising—Illegal cigarette trade

Advisory Committee on Health Delivery and Human Resources

Makeup and activities, Q-464 (Bennett)

Aerospace industry see Industrial sector crisis; Strategic Aerospace and Defence Initiative

Affordable housing see Rental housing—Low-cost; Social housing

Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission see Afghanistan—Canadian mission, Detainees

Afghanistan

Canadian mission

Afghan casualties, defectors, and NATO weapons, Q-552 (Dewar)

Canada in Afghanistan, Foreign Affairs and International Development Standing Committee, 1st report (10th report, 39-2), Business Respecting Committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports No. 9

Children, sexual abuse by Afghan police and military personnel, reports, Q-473 (Dosanjh)

Contingencies, mission extension beyond 2011, Q-474 (Dosanjh)

Detainees, transferred to Afghan authorities

Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission, notification of allegations of abuse, Q-659 (Dosanjh)

Canadian Mission in Afghanistan Special Committee, requests for documents

Colvin, Richard, memoranda/documents cited

And other documents, recipients of, incl. plan approved by M. Bloodworth, Q-616 (Dewar)

P-19 (Harris, J.)

Redaction, of memoranda released to committee, Q-654 (Ignatieff)

Release of documents to committee, legal opinions, Q-657 (Dosanjh)

Uncensored documents, order to produce, Supply Proceedings No. 9 (Dosanjh)

See also Orders for the production of papers

Documents pertaining to, ministerial knowledge and action, and briefing notes, Q-471 (Dosanjh)

Hearings, agreements, releases, monitoring, and torture, Q-550 (Dewar)

Legal opinions, on Canada’s responsibility, Q-660 (Dosanjh)

Numbers, citizenship, age, and sex, and reports of abuse, Q-5 (Black)

Public inquiry, calling for, Supply Proceedings No. 9 (Dewar)

Torture, allegations of, briefing materials, Q-630 (Jennings)

Diplomatic engagement, with other Asian countries, Q-553 (Dewar)

Ending, by diplomatic means, rather than deploying CF-18s, M-402 (Siksay)

Friendly fire, MCpl. Joshua Roberts’ death; role of Compass Security personnel

Q-87 (Black)

Q-102 (Harris, J.)

Local translators/interpreters, policy re protection/emigration to Canada, Q-110 (Casey)

Translation, costs and budget; Canadians speaking Dari/Pashto; protection of Afghan employees, Q-162 (Dewar)

See also Canadian Mission in Afghanistan Special Committee; Cluster bombs; Land mines—Claymores

Family law legislation (Shia Personal Status Law)

Canadian government, knowledge and action

Q-118 (Dewar)                                                                                                            

Q-161 (Dewar)

Copies, translated and original

P-6 (Dewar)

P-8 (Dewar)

Foreign aid, projects and funding, contracts and audits, Q-282 (Harris, J.)

Human rights, Foreign Affairs Department report, P-1, P-2 (Dewar)

International conference, The Hague, take-note debate, Government Business No. 2

International development aid (Canadian), performance evaluation, M-154 (Martin, K.)

See also Canadian Mission in Afghanistan Special Committee; Cluster bombs; Land mines—Claymores

Africa see Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA); Darfur; Democratic Republic of the Congo; Ethiopia; International development and aid; Mohamud, Suaad Hagi; Mugabe, Robert; Permanent resident status—Nairobi office; Somaliland; Sudan

African Canadians see Mathieu Da Costa Day

Age credit see Personal income tax

Agent Orange see CFB Gagetown

Agreement on Agriculture between Canada and the Kingdom of Norway

Implementing, C-2 

Agreement on Agriculture between Canada and the Republic of Iceland

Implementing, C-2 

Agreement on Agriculture between Canada and the Swiss Confederation

Implementing, C-2 

Agreement on Internal Trade see Labour force mobility

Agreement on Labour Cooperation between Canada and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

Implementing, C-57

Agreement on the Environment between Canada and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

Implementing, C-57

Agricultural cooperatives for marketing see Farming and farmers—Loans

Agricultural loans see Farming and farmers—Loans

Agriculture see Farming and Farmers; Genetically modified organisms; Grain industry; Meat and livestock industry; Potato farming; United States Department of Agriculture

Agriculture and Agri-Food Department

Main Estimates 2009-2010, referred to Committee of the Whole, Supply Proceedings No. 5

See also Animal rights and welfare—Funding; Potato farming

Agriculture and Agri-Food Standing Committee

Main Estimates 2009-2010, under Agriculture and Agri-Food, deemed withdrawn, Supply Proceedings No. 5

Travel authority, Business Respecting Committees—Standing Committees

AgriStability program see Farming and farmers—Support programs

AIDS and HIV

Drug users, medical approach, M-183 (Davies, L.)

See also Humanitarian assistance—Pharmaceuticals

Air Canada

Non-resident share ownership, C-10

Vancouver, operational and overhaul centre, requiring, C-379 (Julian)

Air Canada Public Participation Act

C-10

C-379 (Julian)

Air Passengers' Bill of Rights

C-310 (Maloway)

Recommendation, not to proceed further, Transport, Infrastructure and Communities Standing Committee, 4th report, Private Members’ Business—Private Members’ Bills (Commons)

Air quality see Mercury

Air transportation

Federal officials or employees, Edmonton to NWT; air fares, travel expenses, Q-96 (Bevington)

See also Air Canada; Airline passengers; Airports; Canadian Air Transport Security Authority; Government aircraft; Search and rescue—Helicopters; Travel expenses tax deduction

Airbus see Mulroney Airbus settlement

Aircraft see Air transportation; Airline passengers; Airports; Borders—Airspace violations; Government aircraft; Joint Strike Fighter; Search and rescue—Helicopters

Airline Passenger Bill of Rights see Airline passengers

Airline passengers

Airline Passenger Bill of Rights (M-465, 39-2), government action since, Q-663 (Volpe)

Rights: cancellations, tarmac delays, lost baggage, and overbooking; all-inclusive pricing, C-310 (Maloway)

Recommendation, not to proceed further, Transport, Infrastructure and Communities Standing Committee, 4th report, Private Members’ Business—Private Members’ Bills (Commons)

Stranded on tarmac, 2008, regulations and policy on delays, Q-31 (Scarpaleggia)

See also Air transportation; Borders—Security measures; Duty-free shopping; Mirabel airport; Racial and religious profiling—Eliminating

Airplanes see instead Aircraft

Airports

Auditor General of Canada, examining financial management, M-244 (Wrzesnewskyj)

Government spending, 2006-2009, Q-2 (Murphy, S.)

International airports, noise level control, Q-438 (Jennings)

Night flights

Across Canada; consultations, M-320 (Jennings)

Greater Toronto Area, M-243 (Wrzesnewskyj)

International airports, designated; number of flights, consultations, and public health issue

Q-156 (Jennings)

Q-235 (Jennings)

Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, M-85 (Jennings)

Studies of economic, environmental, and health impacts, M-274 (Jennings)

Sound reduction measures, Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, Q-619 (Jennings)

See also Airline passengers; Canadian Air Transport Security Authority; Duty-free shopping; Firefighting services; Mirabel airport; Pickering airport lands; Racial and religious profiling—Eliminating; Saint-Hubert Airport; Toronto Pearson International Airport; Transportation infrastructure—Government funding

Airspace see Borders

Akwesasne

Border dispute

Alternatives, costs of relocation and of closure, Q-448 (Oliphant)

Government actions and involvement, Q-369 (Oliphant)

See also Tobacco products—Illegal manufacturers

Alaska Highway gas pipeline

Government actions, expenditures, and plans, Q-228 (Bagnell)

Alaska-Yukon boundary dispute

Discussions, participants and results; government policy, Q-134 (Bagnell)

Alberta see Canadian National Railway—Delisting and closure; Community Futures Program; Edmonton aboriginal transition centre; Government advertising—Canada’s Economic Action Plan; Government spending by constituency—Edmonton constituencies; Environmental contamination—O’Connor; Oil and gas

Albrecht, Harold (CPC—Kitchener—Conestoga)

Armenian Genocide Memorial Day, M-292

Suicide, M-388

Alcohol labelling see Warning labels

Alcohol use and abuse see Energy drinks; Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder; Impaired driving; Samples of bodily substances; Warning labels

Alcoholic beverages industry see Energy drinks; Warning labels

Alcoholic drinks

Hospitality expenses, parliamentary precinct, 2007-08; measures for monitoring

Q-3 (Julian)

Q-151 (Julian)

See also Energy drinks; Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder; Impaired driving; Warning labels

Alfalfa see Genetically modified organisms

Algoma see Constituency name change—Sault Ste. Marie

Algoma—Manitoulin—Kapuskasing see Government spending by constituency

Algoma Tankers Limited see Tankers—Import duties

Alienation see Parental Alienation Awareness Day

Allen, Malcolm (NDP—Welland)

Apprenticeships, Q-204

Canada Marine Day, C-462

Canada Marine Day Act, C-462

Constituency name change, C-325

Employment insurance, C-279

Government spending by constituency, Q-177, Q-206

National Organ Donor Registry, C-369

Organ Donor Registry Act, C-369

Poppies, C-480

Research, Q-205

Written questions, Q-177, Q-204, Q-205, Q-206

Allergies see Herbal medicine—Prescribed; National Food Allergy Awareness Week

Allied veterans see Veterans

Allotted days

Formula

For government accountability, balance of 2009, plus proposal for 2010, amending SO 81(10), Supply Proceedings No. 7 (Goodale)

Proposal for 2010, Other Business No. 9

As per order, Supply Proceedings No. 7 (Goodale)

Period ending March 26, 2009, Supply Proceedings No. 3

Period ending June 23, 2009, Supply Proceedings No. 7

Period ending December 10, 2009, Supply Proceedings No. 9

ALS Month

Month for Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS/Lou Gehrig’s disease), designating, C-321 (Tilson)

ALS Month Act

C-321 (Tilson)

Alternative fuels see Renewable energy and fuel

Alternative Fuels Act

C-403 (Silva)

Alternatives see KAIROS—CIDA funding, Restoring

Alzheimer disease see National Alzheimer’s Day

Amateur athletes

Reserve funds, C-10

Ambulance technicians see Volunteering and volunteers—Emergency services—Tax credit/deduction, Emergency services workers

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS/Lou Gehrig’s disease) see ALS Month

André, Guy (BQ—Berthier—Maskinongé)

Employment insurance

C-336

C-395

Andrews, Scott (Lib.—Avalon)

Canada Employment Insurance Financing Board, Q-253

Children of accused offenders, C-464

Conception Bay South Bypass Road, Q-154

Correctional facilities, Q-93

Employment insurance, Q-172

Government spending by constituency, Q-436

Job Creation Partnerships, Q-252

Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization, Q-435

Oil and gas, Q-434

Press releases, Q-78

Ships and boats, Q-89

Written questions, Q-78, Q-89, Q-93, Q-154, Q-172, Q-252, Q-253, Q-434, Q-435, Q-436

Angus, Charlie (NDP—Timmins—James Bay)

Fire safety, M-249, M-448

Firearms, M-415

Firefighters, M-449

First Nations bands, Q-65

First Nations schools, Q-51, Q-77

Government contracts, P-5

Government spending by constituency, Q-274

Hospitality, Q-222

Internet, C-398

Maple leaf flag pins, Q-221

Television programs, Q-50

Urban renewal, C-411

Written questions, Q-50, Q-51, Q-65, Q-77, Q-221, Q-222, Q-274

Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service see United States Department of Agriculture

Animal rights and welfare

Funding, for projects, programs, and organizations, esp. National Farm Animal Care Council, Canadian Council on Animal Care, and Growing Forward; regulations, consultations; Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and Canadian Food Inspection Agency, role

Q-155 (Jennings)

Q-234 (Jennings)

Transportation of animals, regulations

Farm animals, reducing confinement times, C-468 (Mendes)

Revised regulations, publishing, M-436 (Atamanenko)

Universal Declaration on Animal Welfare, endorsing

M-265 (Siksay)

M-354 (Simson)

See also Cruelty to animals; Dog or cat fur; Seal hunt; Seal products

Animals see Animal rights and welfare; Caribou; Cruelty to animals; Dog or cat fur; Genetically modified organisms; Grizzly bears; Meat and livestock industry; Mountain pine beetle; Oil spills—Wildlife affected; Seal hunt; Sockeye salmon; Tuna; Wildlife conservation

Annual reports see Government expenditures

Antarctic Environmental Protection Act

C-16

Anthrax

Vaccine, Canadian Forces personnel, Gulf War, testing and studies, Q-34 (Stoffer)

Antibiotics see Food labelling—Meat and poultry

Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement see Intellectual property

Anti-dumping duties see GRK Fasteners

Apheresis see Canadian Apheresis Group

Apologies see Chinese Canadians—Head tax and expulsion act; Croatian Canadians; Italian Canadians; Komagata Maru; Veterans—Aboriginals

Appliances see Energy conservation—Energy-using products

Appointments see instead Government appointments

Apprenticeships

Government plans, programs, and federal-provincial agreements, Q-204 (Allen, Malcolm)

See also Skilled workers—Training

Appropriation Act No. 1, 2009–2010

C-22

Appropriation Act No. 2, 2009-2010

C-48

Appropriation Act No. 3, 2009-2010

C-49

Appropriation Act No. 4, 2008-2009

C-12

Appropriation Act No. 4, 2009-2010

C-64

Appropriation Act No. 5, 2008-2009

C-21

Aquaculture

Legislation, sustainable development, wild stock protection (esp. sockeye salmon), and Fraser River summit, Q-576 (Crowder)

See also AquaNor conference; Food labelling—Seafood; Genetically modified organisms

AquaNor conference 

2009, Trondheim, Norway; Canadian participation, costs, incl. for hospitality, Q-457 (Cullen)

Aquifers

Mapping, federal/provincial/territorial percentages and spending, Q-143 (Scarpaleggia)

Arar, Maher see Canadians imprisoned in foreign countries—Iacobucci and O’Connor inquiries

Arctic research station see instead High Arctic research station

Arctic sovereignty see instead Canadian Arctic sovereignty

Arctic waters see Arctic Waters Pollution Prevention Act; Bartlett, Capt. Bob; Canadian Arctic sovereignty; Icebreakers; Ocean dumping—Vessels; Oil and gas—Oil sands

Arctic Waters Pollution Prevention Act

C-3

C-7

Armed conflicts

Canadian involvement, civilian impacts, refugees, information processing, and aid, Q-647 (Duncan, K.)

See also Afghanistan; Humanitarian crises; Sri Lanka

Armenian Genocide Memorial Day

Establishing, M-292 (Albrecht)

Arrest warrants

Offender leaving province, warrant issued/to be issued, indictable offence, C-315 (Black)

Parolees, violating conditions, arresting without warrant

C-43

C-331 (Kramp)

See also Criminal justice system—Telewarrants

Artists

And authors, self-employed, employment insurance eligibility, C-318 (Martin, T.)

Government assistance

Canada Council for the Arts, budget increase, M-297 (Malo)

M-222 (Davies, L.)

Income tax measures

Exemption, M-109 (Martin, P.)

Income averaging, contractor status, and tax credit for children in arts programs, M-180 (Davies, L.)

See also Arts Presentation Canada program; Culture and creativity; International arts tours

Arts see Artists; Arts Presentation Canada program; Culture and creativity; International arts tours—Government grant programs

Arts festivals see Culture and creativity—British Columbia

Arts Presentation Canada program

Nova Scotia and other regions, live arts presentations, government spending, Q-462 (Leslie)

Asbestos

Ban, on mining, sale, and export

C-399 (Cullen)

M-102 (Martin, P.)

Chrysotile, ban, M-359 (Martin, K.)

Vermiculite insulation, real estate agents, disclosure responsibility, M-242 (Martin, P.)

See also Asbestos Disease Awareness Day

Asbestos Disease Awareness Day

Establishing, M-349 (Martin, P.)

Ashton, Niki (NDP—Churchill)

Broadband for Rural and Northern Development Pilot Program, Q-216

Government spending by constituency, Q-217

Student funding, Q-218

Young people, Q-215

Written questions, Q-215, Q-216, Q-217, Q-218

Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor Initiative

Government policy and spending, impact studies, consultations, Q-53 (Davies, D.)

See also Building Canada plan—Projects

Assault and battery

Bus drivers/mass transit operators, as victims; offence as for assault against peace officers

C-333 (Wasylycia-Leis)

M-34 (Julian)

See also Firefighters; Homicide—And assault; Peace officers—Aggravated assault

Asselin, Gérard (BQ—Manicouagan)

Wood, C-429

Assistance to Students Visiting Military Memorial Sites Abroad Act

C-226 (Stoffer)

Assisted Human Reproduction Act

Regulations, Q-354 (Szabo)

Assisted Human Reproduction Canada

Expenditures, 2008-2009 fiscal year, esp. for hospitality, travel, and liaison, Q-66 (Malo)

Assisted suicide see Euthanasia; Suicide

Atamanenko, Alex (NDP—British Columbia Southern Interior)

Animal rights and welfare, M-436

Depleted uranium weapons, M-347

Employment insurance, M-426

Farming and farmers, Q-145

Food safety, M-427

Genetic use restriction technologies, C-353

Genetically modified organisms

C-370

C-474

M-362

M-405

M-461

Joint Strike Fighter, Q-366

Joint Support Ships, Q-364

National Day of the Honey Bee, M-437

National Defence Department, Q-365

Schools and GST, C-459

Seeds Regulations Act, C-474

Terminator Seeds Ban Act, C-353

Written questions, Q-145, Q-364, Q-365, Q-366

Atlantic Beef Products

Government funding, incl. provincial cost-sharing programs, Q-377 (Easter)

Atlantic Canada see Atlantic Beef Products; Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency; Atlantic Gateway Strategy; Atlantic fisheries; Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation; CFB Gagetown; Fisheries and Oceans Department; Infrastructure—Community adjustment fund; Job Creation Partnerships—Applications; Lobsters; Mathieu Da Costa Day; Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization; Nova Scotia; Potato farming—PEI producers; Transportation infrastructure—Government funding

Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency

Community Adjustment Fund, projects by province/city/constituency, Q-608 (D’Amours)

Community Development Trust Fund, projects by province/city/constituency

Q-607 (D’Amours)

Q-627 (D’Amours)

Funding applications

2004—2009, Q-107 (D’Amours)

2006—2009, Q-106 (D’Amours)

Supplementary Estimates (B) 2008-2009, Supply Proceedings No. 2

Supplementary Estimates (B) 2009-2010, Supply Proceedings No. 10

Atlantic fisheries

Atlantic Fisheries Groundfish Retirement Package, fishermen accepting, tax treatment, out-of-court settlement, Q-27 (Russell)

Government funding, per province, and aid programs for fishermen, Q-378 (Cuzner)

See also Fisheries and Oceans Department—Atlantic fishery products; Lobsters; Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization; Tuna

Atlantic Fisheries Groundfish Retirement Package see Atlantic fisheries

Atlantic Gateway Strategy

Government funding, by province; projected benefits, Q-229 (Cuzner)

ATM see instead Automated teller machines

Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL)

Executive compensation, incl. bonuses, Q-323 (Hughes)

Government spending, reactor repairs, executive compensation, contracts, and privatization, Q-318 (Cullen)

See also Chalk River; Nuclear Safety and Control Act; Radioisotopes

Attawapiskat see First Nations schools

Audio-visual products see Library materials

Auditor General Act

S-216 (Woodworth), Private Members’ Bills (Senate)

Auditor General of Canada see Airports; Crown corporations—And related enterprises; Firearms—Registry; Foundations—Accountability

Auditors

Previous dealings with a company

Disclosure, C-259 (Martin, P.)

Restrictions, C-258 (Martin, P.)

See also Foundations—Accountability

Authors see Artists—And authors

Autism

Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) and Intensive Behavioural Intervention (IBI), provincial medicare coverage, C-360 (Thibeault)

Funding, announced 2006, results; current funding, Q-337 (Murphy, S.)

National strategy, funding, wait times, and research, M-279 (Murphy, S.)

See also Canadian Autism Day; World Autism Awareness Day

Auto theft

And trafficking in parts, and tampering with vehicle identification number; sentencing, C-26 

Combatting, esp. by young offenders, M-104 (Martin, P.)

Repeated offences, sentencing, C-237 (Neville)

Automated teller machines

Bank charges/fees, for transfer of funds or information, prohibition, C-255 (Wasylycia-Leis)

Private ATMs, service charges/fees, regulation, M-55 (Wasylycia-Leis)

See also Banks and banking—Fees

Automobiles see instead Cars

Automotive industry

Canadian production, equivalent dollar requirement, proportional share of environmentally advanced vehicles and components, M-41 (Julian)

Crisis, studying; creating subcommittee of Industry, Science and Technology Standing Committee

Order of reference, Industry, Science and Technology Standing Committee, Business Respecting Committees—Standing Committees

Supply Proceedings No. 3 (Valeriote)

Research and development, in Canada, GM and Chrysler, as per government rescue package, Q-601 (Garneau)

See also Brake pads; Cars; ecoAUTO Rebate Program; Electric vehicles; Ford Canada; Speed limits; Vehicle emissions; Vehicle maintenance and repair

Avalon constituency see Government spending by constituency; Job Creation Partnerships—Applications

Awards see Medals

 

B

Babies see Deaths and funerals—Maternal and newborn morbidity and mortality; National Infant and Child Loss Awareness Day

Baby bottles see Bisphenol A—Prohibition

Bachand, Claude (BQ—Saint-Jean)

Government contracts, Q-120

Written questions, Q-120

Bacteria see Health—Human pathogens and toxins

Bagnell, Hon. Larry (Lib.—Yukon)

Access to information, C-278

Alaska Highway gas pipeline, Q-228

Alaska-Yukon boundary dispute, Q-134

Borders, Q-90

Building Canada Fund, Q-1

Cabinet and committees of cabinet meetings, Q-290, Q-489

Caribou, Q-133

Correctional Service of Canada, M-476

Dental health, M-117

Federal Student Work Experience Program, Q-91

Global warming

M-114

Q-643, Q-645

Government advertising, Q-488

Greenhouse gas emissions, Q-644

High Arctic research station, Q-625

House of Commons, M-475

Icebreakers, Q-315

Mongolia, M-116

National Fish and Wildlife Heritage Commission, C-277

National Fish and Wildlife Heritage Commission Act, C-277

National Research Council, Q-538

Northern residents tax deduction program, Q-535

Northwest Passage, M-115, M-466

Ocean dumping, M-113

Rare and orphan diseases, Q-227

Security, Q-23

Survey on the Importance of Nature to Canadians, C-277

Written questions, Q-1, Q-23, Q-90, Q-91, Q-133, Q-134, Q-227, Q-228, Q-290, Q-315, Q-488, Q-489, Q-535, Q-538, Q-625, Q-643, Q-644, Q-645

Bahá'i community in Iran

Arrests and persecution, Business Respecting Committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports No. 4

Bail

Interim release of serious offenders, C-247 (Kramp)

See also Recognizance with conditions

Bains, Hon. Navdeep (Lib.—Mississauga—Brampton South)

Business development, Q-684

Citizenship and Immigration Department, Q-393

ecoMOBILITY program, Q-390

Government advertising, Q-392

Government contracts, Q-499

Government credit and debit cards, Q-687

Government spending by constituency, Q-391

Governor General, Q-501

Infrastructure, Q-686

Small and medium businesses, Q-498

Toronto Pearson International Airport, Q-685

Tourism, Q-500

Written questions, Q-390, Q-391, Q-392, Q-393, Q-498, Q-499, Q-500, Q-501, Q-684, Q-685, Q-686, Q-687

Ballets Canadiens, Les Grands see International arts tours—Government grant programs

Bands see First Nations bands

Bank accounts see Banks and banking

Bank Act

C-10

C-255 (Wasylycia-Leis)

C-426 (Thibeault)

Bank fees see Automated teller machines; Banks and banking

Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act

C-10

C-51 

C-56

C-476 (Marston)

C-487 (Marston)

Bankruptcy (employer) see Disability benefits—Long-term; Pensions—Private plans—Public plans—Retirement savings; Wage Earner Protection Program—Extension

Banks and banking

Fees; Financial Consumer Agency of Canada, overseeing and reporting on, incl. private ATMs, M-372 (Lavallée)

Investments, disclosure, in respect of mortgage demand, M-206 (Davies, L.)

Lawsuits, against consumers, cheques cashed after stop payment order, C‑305 (Davies, L.)

No-frills accounts, M-192 (Davies, L.)

Services, access for low-income people, M-189 (Davies, L.)

Denial, M-193 (Davies, L.)

Survey, M-191 (Davies, L.)

Standard account, all institutions, M-190 (Davies, L.)

See also Automated teller machines; Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation; Credit; Credit cards; Insurance; Loans; Mortgages; Small and medium businesses—Credit crisis

Bartlett, Capt. Bob

Resolution; Newfoundlander’s role, 100th anniversary of Peary’s expedition to North Pole, Other Business No. 5

Bases and stations

Health care clinics and day care centres, establishing, M-129 (Martin, K.)

See also 5 Wing Goose Bay; CFB Gagetown; CFB Kapyong; Drinking water—Trichloroethylene; Jericho Lands (Vancouver)

Basic personal amount see Personal income tax

Battered women see instead Violence against women

BC Ferry Corporation see Ferries

Beaufort Sea see Oil and gas—Oil sands

Beauséjour constituency see Lobsters—Atlantic lobster fishery, Transitional measures; Small craft harbours

Beechwood Cemetery

National cemetery, Ottawa, designating, C-17

Beef industry see Atlantic Beef Products

Bees see National Day of the Honey Bee

Bélanger, Hon. Mauril (Lib.—Ottawa—Vanier)

Citizenship, C-443

Immigration and immigrants, Q-451, Q-623, Q-624

Official Languages Champions, Q-450

Written questions, Q-450, Q-451, Q-623, Q-624

Bellavance, André (BQ—Richmond—Arthabaska)

Pensions, C-290

Bennett, Hon. Carolyn (Lib.—St. Paul's)

Advisory Committee on Health Delivery and Human Resources, Q-464

Canada Foodborne Illness Outbreak Response Protocol, P-14

Canadian Apheresis Group, Q-329

Chalk River, Q-445

Drugs and pharmaceuticals, Q-142

Expert Review Panel on Medical Isotope Production, Q-633

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, Supply Proceedings No. 7  

Health Department, Q-55

Health policy, Q-56, Q-57

Influenza A (H1N1) human swine flu, Supply Proceedings No. 9  

Listeria (listeriosis), Q-580

Natural Health Products Directorate, Q-350

Participation Activity and Limitation Survey, Q-58

Rare and orphan diseases, Q-140

Research, Q-139

Tobacco products, Q-141

Trans fats, Q-581

Written questions, Q-55, Q-56, Q-57, Q-58, Q-139, Q-140, Q-141, Q-142, Q-329, Q-350, Q-445, Q-464, Q-580, Q-581, Q-633

Bernier, Hon. Maxime (CPC—Beauce)

Private Members’ Business, M-277

Standing and legislative committees, M-301

Best-before date see instead Durable life date

Betting see Pari-mutuel betting

Bevington, Dennis (NDP—Western Arctic)

Air transportation, Q-96

Building Canada plan, Q-125

Canadian coat of arms, M-110

Constituency name change, C-374

Dissolution, M-472

Environmental contamination, Q-59

Highways, C-375

Indian Affairs and Northern Development Department, Q-303

Infrastructure Stimulus Fund, Q-304

Mackenzie Valley Pipeline, Q-44

Northwest Territories Declaration, Q-302

Oil and gas, Q-18

Written questions, Q-18, Q-44, Q-59, Q-96, Q-125, Q-302, Q-303, Q-304

Bezan, James (CPC—Selkirk—Interlake)

Deportation, M-356

Bicycle Path Promotion Act

C-400 (Cullen)

Bicycles

Goods and services tax, exempting

And adult tricycles, incl. parts, safety equipment, and service, C-364 (Murray)

Supplies, C-283 (Murphy, S.)

See also Cycling; Employee benefits for transportation—Commuter subsidies

Bigras, Bernard (BQ—Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie)

Global warming, Supply Proceedings No. 9  

Treaties, C-486

Treaties Act, C-486

Bilingualism see Supreme Court of Canada

Bill 101 (Quebec) see Official languages policy—Quebec

Bills of Exchange Act

C-305 (Davies, L.)

Biofuels see Black liquor subsidy; Renewable energy and fuel—Alternative fuels

Biotechnology see Genetically modified organisms

Bisphenol A

Prohibition, use in food and drink packaging, baby and water bottles, dental applications, water pipes, C-299 (Dewar)

Bisphenol A (BPA) Control Act

C-299 (Dewar)

Black, Dawn (NDP—New Westminster—Coquitlam)

Afghanistan, Q-5, Q-87

Arrest warrants, C-315

Body armour, C-349

Child sexual abuse and exploitation, C-293, C-294

Constituency name change, C-292

Dangerous offenders, M-329

Employment insurance, C-316

Fire safety, M-330

Fugitives, M-328

Land mines, Q-4

Prevention of Torture Act, C-334

Torture, C-334

Women's ski jumping, M-327

Written questions, Q-4, Q-5, Q-87

Black Canadians see African Canadians

Black liquor subsidy

Pulp and paper industry biofuel; US tax credit, ending or emulating, M-357 (Rafferty)

See also Forest products industry—Government assistance, Loan guarantees

Black Ribbon Day

Resolution, creating day of remembrance for the victims of Nazi and Soviet Communist regimes, Other Business No. 5

See also Holocaust

BlackBerry see instead Electronic handheld devices

Blatchford Lake Lodge see Northwest Territories Declaration

Blind people see Library materials

Block, Kelly (CPC—Saskatoon—Rosetown—Biggar)

Suicide bombings, S-205, Private Members’ Bills (Senate)

Blood products see Canadian Apheresis Group

Blood tests see instead Samples of bodily substances

Bloodworth, Margaret see Afghanistan—Canadian mission, Detainees

Blunt wraps see Tobacco products—Advertising

Boat people

Vietnamese, refugees, "country of asylum class" recognition, M-28 (Julian)

See also Refugees—Claimants, Ship passengers

Boats see Ships and boats

Bodily fluids see instead Samples of bodily substances

Body armour

Use, in commission of crime or in flight, C-349 (Black)

Bonsant, France (BQ—Compton—Stanstead)

Care for family members, C-343

Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Q-36

Written questions, Q-36

Bonuses see instead Performance pay and bonuses

Books

GST/HST elimination

Books and pamphlets, C-206 (Dewar)

Literacy training materials, incl. audio and visual recordings, C-382 (Wasylycia-Leis)

Reading materials

Incl. electronic forms, C-350 (Stoffer)

M-99 (Mathyssen)

See also Library materials; Literacy; Textbooks

Border officials

Arming; plans, budgets, consultations, advice, costs, wages, and incidents; also park wardens, Q-270 (Holland)

See also Akwesasne—Border dispute; Borders; Racial and religious profiling—Eliminating; Shiprider Project

Borders

Airspace violations, near and actual, foreign aircraft; interceptions and outcomes, Q-90 (Bagnell)

Bridges or tunnels, Canada-US, government ownership, M-75 (Masse)

Government action, apprising US government, Supply Proceedings No. 7 (Holland)

Huntingdon BC, border crossing, name change to/to include Abbotsford

M-289 (Fast)

M-378 (Fast)

M-391 (Fast)

Sea and internal waters, policing, integrating Canada and U.S. personnel, C-60

Security measures, “customs controlled areas”, commercial electronic documentation (eManifest), and passenger lists, S-2

Windsor-Essex Border Development and Protection Authority, establishing, M-74 (Masse)

See also Akwesasne; Alaska-Yukon boundary dispute; Border officials; Canadian Arctic sovereignty—Extension; Saint-Pierre et Miquelon; Shiprider Project

Bosnia and Herzegovina Tribute Week

Srebrenica massacre, memorializing; Srebrenica Remembrance Day, M-416 (Masse)

Bottled water

And water cooler use, government purchases

Q-60 (Hyer)

Q-178 (Hyer)

Product safety, federal inspections and inspectors, regulation and quality control, Q-39 (Scarpaleggia)

Sale and use, regulation, M-177 (Dewar)

See also Bisphenol A

Bottom trawling/draggers

Ban, M-311 (Martin, K.)

Groundfish fishery, moratorium, M-88 (Savoie)

Bouchard, Robert (BQ—Chicoutimi—Le Fjord)

Forest products industry, Supply Proceedings No. 3

Brake pads

Safety standards, C-432 (Valeriote)

Bramalea—Gore—Malton see Industry Department—Spending

Brampton—Springdale see Government spending by constituency

Brampton West see Employment insurance—Claims by constituency; Government spending by constituency; Infrastructure

Breast Implant Registry

Establishing, C-366 (Wasylycia-Leis)

Breast Implant Registry Act

C-366 (Wasylycia-Leis)

Breathalyser see instead Samples of bodily substances

Breitkreuz, Garry (CPC—Yorkton—Melville)

Firearms, C-301

Bretton Woods and Related Agreements Act

C-51

Bribery

Of foreign officials, acts committed outside Canada, within Canadian jurisdiction, C-31

See also Corporate social responsibility in developing countries

Bridges see Borders; Champlain Bridge (Montreal); Disraeli Bridges (Winnipeg); Pont de Québec (Quebec City Bridge)

Brison, Hon. Scott (Lib.—Kings—Hants)

Canada-United States relations, Supply Proceedings No. 3

Foreign Affairs and International Trade Department, Q-388, Q-389

Government advertising, Q-387, Q-490, Q-491, Q-492, Q-493

Written questions, Q-387, Q-388, Q-389, Q-490, Q-491, Q-492, Q-493

British Columbia see Air Canada—Vancouver; Aquaculture—Legislation; Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor Initiative; Borders—Huntingdon BC; Building Canada Fund; Burns Bog; Centre of Excellence for Health; Collective bargaining—Health care union agreement; Community Futures Program; Condominium housing—Leaky buildings; Correctional facilities—Impact, New prison cells needed; Crime prevention; Culture and creativity; Downtown Eastside Vancouver; Employment insurance—Claims by constituency—Premiums; Ferries; Fish habitat—Forestry; Fisheries and Oceans Department—West coast; Flathead River region, BC; Forest products industry; Government advertising—Canada’s Economic Action Plan; Government property—Surplus property; Government spending by constituency; Harmonized Sales Tax; Jericho Lands (Vancouver); Maa-nulth First Nations Final Agreement; Oil and gas—Oil sands; Olympic Games winter 2010; Pacific fisheries; Pacific North Coast Integrated Management Area; Pacific Rim National Park Reserve; Police services—Inquiry into methods/policies; Public schools; Refugees—Claimants, Ship passengers; Sockeye salmon; Tankers—Prohibition; University of British Columbia; World Police & Fire Games

British Columbia Southern Interior constituency see Government spending by constituency

Broadband for Rural and Northern Development Pilot Program

Costs, outcomes, rural/northern/First Nations access to broadband, Q-216 (Ashton)

Broadcasting see Government advertising; Telecommunications and telecommunications industry; Webcasting

Broadcasting Act

C-51 

C-444 (Dufour)

Brock University see Research—And innovation

Brown, Gord (CPC—Leeds—Grenville)

Care for family members, C-542

Brownfield sites see Urban renewal—Liens and charges

Budget 2009 (January 27, 2009)

Implementation, C-10

Ways and Means No. 5

Ways and Means No. 6

Order of the Day designated, Ways and Means No. 1

See also Budget Implementation Act, 2009; Canada’s Economic Action Plan; Colleges and universities—Infrastructure funding; Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario (FedNor); Forest products industry—Government assistance; Government advertising—Canada’s Economic Action Plan; Infrastructure; Knowledge Infrastructure Program (Budget 2009)

Budget deficit

Increase, Q-385 (McKay)

Budget Implementation Act, 2008

C-10

Budget Implementation Act, 2009

C-10

Pay equity provisions/restrictions, repealing

And wage rollbacks, rescinding, M-384 (Julian)

Part II (equitable compensation), repealing, C-471 (Ignatieff)

Ways and Means No. 5

Ways and Means No. 6

Clarification, re payments, C-51 

Budget Implementation Act, 2009, No. 2

Ways and Means No. 9

See also Economic Recovery Act (stimulus)

Budgetary policy

Ways and Means No. 1

See also Budget 2009 (January 27, 2009); Budget Implementation Act, 2009; Budget Implementation Act, 2009, No. 2; Estimates various entries; Gender-based analysis—Commissioner; Parliamentary Budget Officer; Vote 35

Building Canada Fund

British Columbia, outside Vancouver, funding, Q-257 (Dhaliwal)

Communities component, payment, not exceeding $250 million, C-10

Projects, costs and details

Q-1 (Bagnell)

Q-28 (Russell)

Q-650 (Cannis)

See also Building Canada plan; Canada’s Economic Action Plan—2009 spending; Infrastructure; Public transit—Projects and funding

Building Canada plan

Expenditures, recipients, and criteria

Q-38 (Julian)

Q-152 (Julian)

Projects, partners, locations, and funding: Building Canada Fund, Public-Private Partnership Fund, Gateways and Border Crossings Fund, Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor Initiative, Provincial-Territorial Base Funding, Q-125 (Bevington)

See also Building Canada Fund; Infrastructure

Buildings, government see Government property

Bulgaria see Temporary resident status—Visitor visas

Bulk water

Interbasin exports, prohibition

C-228 (Scarpaleggia)

C-250 (Martin, P.)

See also Water resources

Bullying see Cyberbullying

Bunker fuel see Ocean dumping—Ships

Bureaucracy reduction see Companies

Burma

Human rights violations, sanctions, M-15 (Julian)

Burnaby—Douglas see Government spending by constituency

Burnaby—New Westminster see Government spending by constituency

Burns Bog

World Heritage Site, establishing as, M-407 (Murray)

Bus drivers see Assault and battery; OC Transpo (Ottawa) strike

Bus passes see Employee benefits for transportation

Bus services see OC Transpo (Ottawa) strike; Public transit

Bush, George W. see Security—Costs

Business continuity planning see Pandemics—Influenza

Business crime see instead White Collar Crime

Business development

Government grant programs, companies and amounts, Q-684 (Bains)

See also Business Development Bank of Canada; Export Development Canada; Government loans

Business Development Bank of Canada

Financing to businesses, increased, C-10

Business Development Bank of Canada Act

C-10

Buy Canadian

Federal government purchases, to promote economic development

C-306 (Guay)

C-312 (Hyer)

C-392 (Mathyssen)

See also Maple leaf flag pins; Military equipment and facilities—Industrial and Regional Benefits policy; Olympic Games winter 2010—Uniforms and clothing; Product of Canada

Byrne, Hon. Gerry (Lib.—Humber—St. Barbe—Baie Verte)

Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization, Supply Proceedings No. 9

 

C

Cabinet and committees of cabinet meetings

Attendees and presentations, Q-290 (Bagnell)

Dates, times, and locations, Q-489 (Bagnell)

Cabinet ministers’ staff

Departing exempt staff, severance and separation pay, Q-477 (McCallum)

See also Members’ and Senators’ staff; Taxis—National Capital Region

Cadets

First Nations; programs, examining and promoting, M-271 (Calkins)

National policy, National Defence Department, M-164 (Martin, K.)

Caffeine see Energy drinks

Calandra, Paul (CPC—Oak Ridges—Markham)

Constituency name change, C-431

Calkins, Blaine (CPC—Wetaskiwin)

Cadets, M-271

Canada Access Grants see Student funding

Canada Account see Government loans

Canada Border Services Agency see Olympic Games winter 2010—Security

Canada Business Corporations Act

C-4

C-258 (Martin, P.)

C-259 (Martin, P.)

C-307 (Paquette)

C-476 (Marston)

Review, order of reference, Industry, Science and Technology Standing Committee, Business Respecting Committees—Standing Committees

Canada–Colombia Agreement on Labour Cooperation

Implementing (workers’ rights, elimination of child labour and discrimination, working conditions, migrant workers, cooperation), C-23

Canada–Colombia Agreement on the Environment

Implementing (biodiversity, sustainable development, corporate social responsibility, and cooperation), C-23 

Canada–Colombia Free Trade Agreement

Implementing, C-23

Canada–Colombia Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act

C-23

Second reading stage, Other Business No. 11

Canada Consumer Product Safety Act

C-6

Canada Corporations Act

C-4

Canada Council for the Arts see Artists—Government assistance

Canada Council for the Arts Act

C-10

Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation

Exposure to loss, requirement, modifying, for financial stability, C-10

Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation Act

C-10

Canada EcoTrust for Clean Air and Climate Change

Projects, details; greenhouse gas reduction; provincial/territorial spending, Q-88 (Murphy, S.)

Canada-EFTA Free Trade Agreement

Implementing, C-2

Canada–EFTA Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act

C-2

Time allocation, 3rd reading, Government Bills (Commons)

Canada Elections Act

C-40

Canada Employment Insurance Financing Board

Appointments, actions on premium rate-setting; contingency fund, Q-253 (Andrews)

Canada Employment Insurance Financing Board Act

C-10

Canada Evidence Act

C-245 (Kramp)

Canada First Defence Strategy

Projects, Q-460 (Russell)

Canada Foodborne Illness Outbreak Response Protocol

Tabling, P-14 (Bennett)

Canada Grain Act

C-13

Canada Health Act

C-360 (Thibeault)

See also Health care

Canada Health Infoway Inc. see Electronic health records; Government contracts—By agency/department, Under $10,000

Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information

Budget cuts, projected impact, Q-649 (Duncan, K.)

Canada–Jordan Free Trade Act

C-57

Canada Labour Code

C-56

C-217 (Stoffer)

C-235 (Martin, T.)

C-276 (Masse)

C-307 (Paquette)

C-335 (Rafferty)

C-337 (Charlton)

C-343 (Bonsant)

C-386 (Laframboise)

C-413 (Julian)

C-448 (Mathyssen)

C-455 (Mulcair)

C-481 (Folco)

C-542 (Brown, G.)

Public consultations, part III (working conditions), Q-259 (Minna)

See also Replacement workers

Canada Marine Act

C-415 (Chow)

Canada Marine Day

Marine industry workers, honouring, C-462 (Allen, Malcolm)

Canada Marine Day Act

C-462 (Allen, Malcolm)

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) see Insured Mortgage Purchase Program; Mortgages—Securities purchases; Social housing

Canada National Marine Conservation Areas Act

C-16

Canada National Parks Act

C-16

C-38

Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act

C-4

Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Resources Accord Implementation Act

C-51 

Canada Pension Plan

Arrears/retroactive payments, for late filers, C-478 (Charlton)

Bonuses, managers’, recovering and prohibiting, Supply Proceedings No. 7 (Marston)

Clawback, military and RCMP pensions, independent panel

C-201 (Stoffer)

M-174 (Casey)

Disability allowance, terminal illness cases, waiting period, M-63 (Wasylycia‑Leis)

Disabled child, caring for, pensionable earning calculation, C-396 (Simms)

Episodic disability, CPP inclusion, C-295 (Folco)

Increased flexibility, re work cessation test, low-earning drop-out, workers over 65, and adjustment factors for early/late take-up, C-51 

Workers' compensation payments, including as "pensionable employment", M‑68 (Masse)

See also Care for family members; Firefighters; Pensions—Pension Ombudsman office

Canada Pension Plan Investment Board

Benchmarks used, hedge funds, risk management, and human rights, Q-186 (Marston)

See also Tobacco industry

Canada Pension Plan Investment Board Act

C-51 

C-300 (McKay)

Canada–Peru Agreement on Labour Cooperation

Implementing (labour law, workplace health and safety, migrant workers, complaints, cooperation), C-24

Canada–Peru Agreement on the Environment

Implementing (biodiversity, compliance with domestic laws, corporate social responsibility, and cooperation), C-24 

Canada-Peru Free Trade Agreement

Implementing, C-24

Canada–Peru Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act

C-24

Canada-Portugal Day

Establishing, C-409 (Chow)

Canada-Portugal Day Act

C-409 (Chow)

Canada Post Corporation see Food Mail Program; International remailers; Postage stamps; Postal services

Canada Post Corporation Act

C-10

C-44

C-253 (Martin, P.)

C-322 (Tweed)

C-450 (Miller)

Canada Revenue Agency

Pre-Qualification Process, for staffing; tabling briefing notes to Minister of Revenue, P-9 (Ratansi)

See also Tax evasion—Liechtenstein LGT Group

Canada’s Economic Action Plan see below, following Canada Wildlife Act

Canada Shipping Act, 2001

C-458 (Davies, D.)

Canada Small Business Financing Act

C-10

Canada Student Financial Assistance Act

C-10

Canada Student Loans Act

C-10

Canada Student Loans Program

Interest, elimination, federal portion, M-443 (Harris, J.)

Reform; loan forgiveness, doctors/nurses/health professionals, in underserviced areas, M-157 (Martin, K.)

Residents (doctors), interest relief and debt repayment postponement, M-56 (Wasylycia-Leis)

See also Student funding; Student loans

Canada Summer Jobs

Funding by constituency, Q-208 (Davies, D.)

Canada Transportation Act

C-10

Canada-United States relations

Trade and protectionism, respect for trade agreements, Supply Proceedings No. 3 (Brison)

See also Alaska-Yukon boundary dispute; Automotive industry—Canadian production; Black liquor subsidy; Borders; Bulk water; Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement; Diabetes—Insulin; Emissions trading; Energy security—And climate change; Global warming—Oil sands development; North American Free Trade Agreement; Obama, Barack; Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America; Shiprider Project; United States Department of Agriculture

Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement

Export duties, levying, as per tribunal ruling, Ways and Means No. 10

Canada Water Export Prohibition Act

C‑250 (Martin, P.)

Canada Water Preservation Act

C-228 (Scarpaleggia)

Canada Wildlife Act

C-16

Canada’s Economic Action Plan

2009 spending; Building Canada Fund, esp. Quebec province and Montreal, Q-394 (Jennings)

Funding by constituency

Announcement, event, and cost

Don Valley East, Q-482 (Ratansi)

Don Valley West, Q-447 (Oliphant)

Eglinton—Lawrence, Q-504 (Volpe)

Halifax West, Q-514 (Regan)

Pickering—Scarborough East, Q-432 (McTeague)

Scarborough Southwest, Q-610 (Simson)

Economic stimulus, projects

Gatineau constituency, Q-470 (Proulx)

Hull—Aylmer, Q-469 (Proulx)

Pontiac, Q-468 (Proulx)

Second report (June 2009), employment insurance stimulus analysis, basis, Q-355 (Szabo)

Six programs, esp. for infrastructure; projects, partners, spending, and criteria, Q-396 (Kennedy)

See also Budget 2009 (January 27, 2009); Government advertising; Government spending by constituency—Don Valley West and Pickering—Scarborough East; Parliamentary Budget Officer

Canadian Agricultural Income Stabilization (CAIS) program see Farming and farmers—Support programs

Canadian Agricultural Loans Act

C-29

Canadian Air Transport Security Authority

Security, incidents, arrests, weapons, and contracts, Q-286 (Siksay)

Canadian Apheresis Group

Funding, Health Canada support, Q-329 (Bennett)

Canadian Arctic sovereignty

Extension, geographic application of Arctic Waters Pollution Prevention Act; definition of waters as internal; boundary with Greenland, C-3

See also Borders—Airspace violations; High Arctic research station; Northwest Passage—Renaming 

Canadian Autism Day

Establishing, C-327 (Davies, D.)

See also World Autism Awareness Day

Canadian Autism Day Act

C-327 (Davies, D.)

Canadian Bill of Rights

C-224 (Stoffer)

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation see instead CBC/Radio-Canada

Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms see Access to information; Nunavut

Canadian citizens see Canadians imprisoned in foreign countries; Deportation—And denaturalization; Kohail, Muhammad

Canadian Coast Guard see Shiprider Project; Ships and boats—Government contracts

Canadian coat of arms

Aboriginal peoples, role, recognizing, M-340 (Martin, P.)

Oceans, three, reflecting, M-110 (Bevington)

Canadian content see Automotive industry—Research and development; Buy Canadian; Maple leaf flag pins; Olympic Games winter 2010—Uniforms and clothing; Product of Canada; Television programs—Private broadcasters

Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment see Packaging—Reduction

Canadian Dairy Commission Act

C-10

Canadian Environmental Bill of Rights

C-469 (Duncan, L.)

Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999

C-16

C-273 (Masse)

C-299 (Dewar)

C-399 (Cullen)

C-491 (Valeriote)

Canadian Extraterritorial Activities Review Commission see Corporate social responsibility in developing countries

Canadian Firearms Program see instead Firearms Act—Report on administration of act

Canadian Firearms Registry see Firearms—Registry

Canadian Food Inspection Agency see Animal rights and welfare—Funding

Canadian Football Act

C-423 (Julian)

Canadian Forces

Personnel discharged/forced out, for sexual orientation

Pre-1992, compensation, Supply Proceedings No. 9 (Stoffer)

Reasons, Q-688 (Oliphant)

See also 5 Wing Goose Bay; Afghanistan; Anthrax; Bases and stations; Cadets; Canadian Forces Reserves; Canadian Forces Superannuation Act; Centre of Excellence for Health; CFB Gagetown; Cluster bombs; Disability benefits; Joint Strike Fighter; Joint Support Ships; Land mines; Medals; Military various entries; Olympic Games winter 2010—Security; Orders for the production of papers—Powers of the House; Pensions; Post-traumatic stress syndrome; Postal rates; Search and rescue—Operation reports; Ships and boats—Government contracts; Veterans various entries

Canadian Forces bases see instead Bases and stations

Canadian Forces mission in Afghanistan see Afghanistan; Canadian Mission in Afghanistan Special Committee

Canadian Forces Reserves

Job protection, while serving, M-139 (Martin, K.)

Special list, for personnel leaving regular forces, M-125 (Martin, K.)

Canadian Forces Superannuation Act

C-18

C-201 (Stoffer)

C-210 (Stoffer)

C-218 (Stoffer)

Canadian Grain Commission

Mandate, splitting (quality control and transportation/delivery), C-13

Canadian Heritage Department

Funding, grants, loans, and loan guarantees, Q-346 (Dhalla)

Main Estimates 2009-2010, Supply Proceedings No. 5

Supplementary Estimates (B) 2008-2009, Supply Proceedings No. 2

Supplementary Estimates (B) 2009-2010, Supply Proceedings No. 10

See also Olympic Games winter 2010

Canadian Heritage Standing Committee

Resolving labour dispute at national museums, 3rd report, Business Respecting Committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports No. 18

Canadian Human Rights Act

C-10

C-389 (Siksay)

C-481 (Folco)

Canadian Human Rights Commission see Warman, Richard

Canadian Human Rights Tribunal see Warman, Richard

Canadian Institutes of Health Research

Budget and spending, esp. for stem cell research, Q-353 (Szabo)

See also Student funding—Grants and awards

Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)

Africa, conflict management, programs and funding, Q-409 (Folco)

African and Francophonie countries, restoring aid to, Supply Proceedings No. 3 (Pearson)

Caribbean Community (CARICOM), incl. Guyana, programs and funding, Q-410 (Folco)

Expenditures and funding, programs and envelopes, Q-340 (Pearson)

Health, maternal and child, Official Development Assistance funding and program evaluation, Q-640 (Pearson)

Internal fair trade coffee policy, M-234 (Davies, L.)

International humanitarian assistance directorate, funding decisions; Good Humanitarian Donorship initiative, Q-341 (Pearson)

Pool of countries, consultations and criteria, Q-116 (Pearson)

Progress reports, under Official Development Assistance Accountability Act, Q-641 (Pearson)

See also Darfur—Refugees; KAIROS; Official Development Assistance Accountability Act; Orphans; Millennium Development Goals

Canadian International Trade Tribunal

Membership, to include labour organization nominee, C-365 (Julian)

Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act

C-2 

C-23

C-24

C-57

C-365 (Julian)

Canadian Mission in Afghanistan Special Committee

Order of reference, striking of committee, Business Respecting Committees—Special Committees

Travel authority, Business Respecting Committees—Special Committees

See also Afghanistan—Canadian mission, Detainees

Canadian National Railway

Back-to-work legislation, binding arbitration, C-61

Government Business No. 7 (Closure invoked)

Delisting and closure, producer car loading sites and shunt lines, prairie provinces, M-473 (Valeriote)

Canadian Navy see Joint Support Ships; Navy

Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission see Nuclear Safety and Control Act

Canadian offenders abroad see Canadians imprisoned in foreign countries

Canadian Pacific Railway see Chinese Canadians—Railway labourers

Canadian Payments Act

C-10

Canadian Police Association see Police Officers Recruitment Fund—Government promise

Canadian Products Promotion Act

C-306 (Guay)

Canadian Race Relations Foundation Act

C-10

Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission

Government review, of mandate and activities, M-404 (Martin, K.)

See also CellphonesMonthly subscription; Internet—e-Commerce; Telecommunications and telecommunications industry—Government actions

Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Act

C-27

Canadian Securities Commission

Creation, of Canadian Securities Regulation Regime Transition Office, C-10

Provincial jurisdiction

Supply Proceedings No. 3 (Laforest)

Supply Proceedings No. 7 (Laforest)

See also Trading standards—Commodities

Canadian Securities Regulation Regime Transition Office

Establishment, purpose, and powers, C-10

Canadian Securities Regulation Regime Transition Office Act

C-10

Canadian Security Intelligence Service

Operational guidelines, new; Arar inquiries, concerns; information sharing, Q-269 (Holland)

Canadian Soldiers’ and Peacekeepers’ Memorial Wall

Fallen soldiers and peacekeepers, honouring, C-454 (Kramp)

Canadian Soldiers’ and Peacekeepers’ Memorial Wall Act

C-454 (Kramp)

Canadian sovereignty see Canadian Arctic sovereignty; Shiprider Project

Canadian symbolic and promotional materials see Product of Canada

Canadian Wheat Board see State trading enterprises—WTO negotiations

Canadian Wind Energy Association

Government funding, Q-374 (Davies, L.)

Canadians imprisoned in foreign countries

Aid, requirement to provide, and creation of ombudsman’s office, M-425 (Dewar)

Costs, legal fees, and consultants, Omar Khadr and Abousfian Abdelrazik cases, Q-433 (McTeague)

Iacobucci and O’Connor inquiries, Public Safety and National Security Standing Committee, 3rd report, Business Respecting Committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports

Number, names, countries, and measures taken, Q-148 (Rae)

Repatriation, of offenders

Applications, approved and rejected, Q-632 (McTeague)

Criteria, public safety foremost, C-59

See also Abdelrazik, Abousfian; Khadr, Omar; Kohail, Muhammad; Smith, Ronald; Torture—Information obtained

Cancer see Cancer screening; Drinking water—Trichloroethylene; Environmental contamination—O’Connor

Cancer screening

Colon cancer, national strategy, M-133 (Martin, K.)

Prostate cancer, national strategy, M-134 (Martin, K.)

Cannabis see Drug trafficking; Drug use and abuse; Marijuana

Canned food see Durable life date

Cannis, John (Lib.—Scarborough Centre)

Building Canada Fund, Q-650

Community Adjustment Fund, Q-653

Knowledge Infrastructure Program (Budget 2009), Q-652

Orthodox theological institute in Halki, Turkey, M-450

Recreational Infrastructure Canada, Q-651

Written questions, Q-650, Q-651, Q-652, Q-653

Canola

Genetic use restriction (“terminator”) technologies, use of, Q-629 (Jennings)

See also Genetic use restriction technologies

Cap-and-trade system see Emissions trading; Global warming—Oil sands development

Cape Breton NS see Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation

Capital Fund for Business Succession and Venture see Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec

Capital gains see Real estate

Car mechanics see Vehicle maintenance and repair

Car pools see Employee benefits for transportation—Commuter subsidies

Car sharing see Cars—Cooperatives

Carbon credits see Greenhouse gas emissions—Canada’s 2020 targets

Carbon dioxide emissions see Greenhouse gas emissions; Vehicle emissions—CO2

Carbon offsets

Products, to offset greenhouse gas emissions, goods and services tax-free, C‑282 (Murphy, S.)

Carbon sinks

Preserving old-growth forests, rainforests, and wetlands; international agreement, post-Kyoto, M-316 (Martin, K.)

Cardin, Serge (BQ—Sherbrooke)

Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec, M-288

Care for family members

Canada Pension Plan, temporary withdrawal from work force

Exemption period, M-47 (Charlton)

Full plan participation, M-324 (Charlton)

Voluntary contributions, M-326 (Charlton)

Employment insurance benefits, leave from work

Compassionate care leave, C-217 (Stoffer)

 “Family member”, definition, M-59 (Wasylycia-Leis)

Home care, for senior or disabled persons, M-323 (Charlton)

Maternity/compassionate care/parental leave, and job loss, C-378 (Charlton)

Parents of child injured by criminal act, C‑343 (Bonsant)

Parents of sick children

C-542 (Brown, G.)

Hospital over 40 km away, C-323 (D’Amours)

National standards, establishing; care for seniors/ill/people with disabilities; employment insurance benefits and income tax measures, M-306 (Folco)

Tax credit, equivalent to nursing home subsidy

Caregiver Tax Credit, M-51 (Charlton)

Relative of senior or person with disability, C-212 (Stoffer)

Tax deduction, for impairment-related expenses, C-225 (Stoffer)

See also Adoption—Parental leave; Canada Pension Plan—Disabled child; Home care for elderly people; Live-in caregivers

Care for the elderly see Care for family members; Home care for elderly people

Caribbean Community see Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)

Cariboo—Prince George see Constituency name change

Caribou

Woodland caribou and habitat; Environment Canada report, preparation and implementation, Q-133 (Bagnell)

Cars

Cooperatives, car sharing, tax incentives, introducing, M-240 (Davies, L.)

See also Auto theft; Automotive industry; Brake pads; ecoAUTO Rebate Program; Electric vehicles; Electronic handheld devices—Use; Ford Canada; Government contracts—Private motor vehicle relocation services; Renewable energy and fuel—Alternative fuels; Speed limits; Vehicle emissions; Vehicle maintenance and repair

Casey, Bill (Ind.—Cumberland—Colchester—Musquodoboit Valley)

Afghanistan, Q-110

Canada Pension Plan, M-174

Firefighting services, Q-37

Governor General’s Volunteer Service Medal, M-111

Royal Canadian Mounted Police, M-112

Spouses of foreign service employees, M-270

Veterans, C-345

Written questions, Q-37, Q-110

Casting vote

Other Business No. 6

Cats see Dog or cat fur; Pet food

CBC/Radio-Canada

Borrowing authority, increasing, C-51 

Funding, 2009-10, Supply Proceedings No. 3 (Rodriguez)

Layoffs, financial hardship; government bridge financing, urging, Supply Proceedings No. 7 (Rodriguez)

CD-ROMs see Library materials

Celebrations see instead Commemorations, observances, and tributes

Cellphones

Monthly subscription, PCS and cellular spectrum licences, additional charge prohibited; CRTC role, C-555 (McGuinty)

See also Cyberbullying; Electromagnetic fields—Communications towers; Electronic handheld devices

Censorship of documents see Afghanistan—Canadian mission, Detainees

Censuses see Participation Activity and Limitation Survey

Cent coin see Abolition of the cent

Central Financial Management Reporting System

Cumulative allocations, expenditures, and lapses, by department, Q-359 (Hall Findlay)

Centre Block see House of Commons—Aboriginal Room

Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation see Mining industry

Centre of Excellence for Health

For Canadian Forces members, in Victoria BC, M-166 (Martin, K.)

Centres of Excellence for Children’s Well Being see Health Department—Government funding

CFB Gagetown

Agent Orange

And other herbicides, inquiry and testing, M-468 (Jennings)

Ex gratia payments, recipients and medical conditions, Q-691 (Oliphant)

Veterans Affairs compensation program, government policy and payments, Q-279 (Sgro)

Herbicide use to date, testing agreements with U.S. government, and people affected, Q-690 (Oliphant)

CFB Kapyong

And other decommissioned bases; housing, plans and regulations, Q-20 (Neville)

Homes; occupants, maintenance costs, and consultations re transfer, Q-484 (Neville)

CFB Valcartier see Drinking water—Trichloroethylene

Chair occupants

Other Business No. 1

Chalk River

National Research Universal reactor, contingency measures, Q-445 (Bennett)

Radioactive material leak, Atomic Energy of Canada, December 2008

Expressing concern; tritium, exposure guidelines, M-337 (Dewar)

Natural Resources Standing Committee, study, Supply Proceedings No. 3 (Regan)

Tabling of correspondence, Supply Proceedings No. 3 (McGuinty)

Reactor shutdown, May 2009; leaks and radiation; improvements and plans, Q-322 (Hughes)

See also Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL); Radioisotopes

Challenger jets see Government aircraft

Champlain Bridge (Montreal)

Repairs, funding; consultations, scheduling, and light rail component, Q-64 (Mendes)

Chance for Life Fund see Rare and orphan diseases

Charitable donations

Pharmaceuticals, outside Canada, C-10

Tax deduction, increase

C-274 (Masse)

M-162 (Martin, K.)

Charitable organizations

Executive/employee annual compensation, capping at $250K, or loss of income tax status, C-470 (Guarnieri)

See also Charitable donations; Not-for-profit corporations; Volunteering and volunteers

Charlton, Chris (NDP—Hamilton Mountain)

Canada Pension Plan, C-478

Care for family members

C-378

M-47, M-51, M-323, M-324, M-326

Elder Abuse Awareness Day, M-50

Employment insurance, Supply Proceedings No. 3

Government spending by constituency, Q-265

Hamilton ON, Q-35, Q-264

Harmonized Sales Tax

Q-266

Supply Proceedings No. 9

Holiday Harmonization Act, C-477

Home care for elderly people, M-52

International Labour Organization, M-399

Long-term care, M-325

Meeting and retreat venues, Q-400

Members’ and Senators’ staff, C-485

Oil and Gas Ombudsman, C-286

Oil and Gas Ombudsman Act, C-286

Old Age Security, M-335

Pensions, M-46

Remembrance Day, C-287

Replacement workers, C-337

Senior citizens, M-45, M-48, M-49

Skilled workers, C-227

Statutory holidays, C-477

Workers’ rights, M-398

Written questions, Q-35, Q-264, Q-265, Q-266, Q-400

Charter of Rights and Freedoms see Access to information

Charter of the French Language see Official languages policy

Chatham-Kent—Essex see Constituency name change

Chemical pesticides see Pesticides

Cheque cashing see Banks and banking—Lawsuits—Services

Cheques see PartisanshipCommunications guidelines

Chicoutimi submarine see HMCS Chicoutimi

Child abuse see Afghanistan—Canadian mission; Child labour; Child sexual abuse and exploitation; Child pornography; Child trafficking; Children of accused offenders; Computer crime—Telecommunications; Sex offenders; Sweatshops

Child benefits see Child Tax Credit; Income support—Families with children; National Child Benefit Supplement

Child care see Bases and stations—Health care clinics and day care centres; Canada Pension Plan—Disabled child; Care for family members; Early learning and child care programs and agreements; Joint child custody; Military Family Resource Centres—Number

Child first principle see Aboriginal child welfare services

Child labour

Imports, labelling, identifying child-labour-free goods, M-186 (Davies, L.)

See also International Labour Organization; Sweatshops

Child luring see Child sexual abuse and exploitation; Computer crime—Telecommunications

Child pornography

Access, permitting/failing to prevent, offence, C-404 (Silva)

Internet distribution, prevention, C-209 (Stoffer)

Maximum sentences, increasing, C-484 (Julian)

Reporting, by Internet service providers, making mandatory, C-58

See also Child sexual abuse and exploitation; Computer crime—Telecommunications; Sex offenders

Child poverty

Elimination, M-106 (Martin, P.)

Programs and spending, Q-639 (Dhalla)

See also Income support—Families with children

Child Protection Act (Online Sexual Exploitation)

C-58

Child sexual abuse and exploitation

Child luring, all forms of communication, C-293 (Black)

Child luring and sex tourism, committed outside Canada, C-294 (Black)

Definition; mandatory life sentence, C-246 (Kramp)

Offenders, orders of prohibition, additional restrictions, parole/probation, C-376 (Gagnon)

See also Afghanistan—Canadian mission; Child pornography; Child trafficking; Children of accused offenders; Computer crime—Telecommunications; Sex offenders

Child soldiers see Khadr, Omar

Child Tax Credit

Income testing, level increased, C-10

Child trafficking

Mandatory sentencing, trafficking in persons under 18, C-268 (Smith)

See also Child sexual abuse and exploitation; Human trafficking

Childhood obesity see Advertising—Aimed at children

Children see Aboriginal child welfare services; Aboriginal women—And girls; Advertising—Aimed at children; Artists—Income tax measures, Income averaging; Canada Pension Plan—Disabled child; Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)—Health; Care for family members; Centres of Excellence for Children’s Well Being; Child and Children various entries; Citizenship; Computer crime—Telecommunications; Early learning and child care programs and agreements; Energy drinks; Health Department—Government funding; Income support—Families with children; Joint child custody; Military Family Resource Centres—Number; National Child Benefit Supplement; National Infant and Child Loss Awareness Day; Physical activity—Parents and children; Toys; Travel expenses tax deduction

Children of accused offenders

Minor children, protecting, by detention of accused, C-464 (Andrews)

Childrens Commissioner of Canada

Establishing, re obligations under UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, C-418 (Garneau)

Childrens Commissioner of Canada Act

C-418 (Garneau)

China

Canada-China relations, rebuilding; trade and human rights implications, Supply Proceedings No. 7 (Rae)

Canadian trade delegation, improving diplomatic relations, Approved Destination Status, M-336 (Murray)

Human rights violations, Canadian government policy, M-44 (Julian)

See also Immigrant sponsorship—Vancouver Kingsway residents; Maple leaf flag pins; North Korea—Refugees; Taiwan; Temporary resident status—Visitor visas, Vancouver Kingsway residents

Chinese see Chinese Canadians; Indonesia—Ethnic Chinese

Chinese Canadians

Head tax and expulsion act, government apology and compensation

M-203 (Davies, L.)

M-406 (Chow)

Railway labourers, CPR construction, role, recognition, M-22 (Julian)

Chinese railway labourers see Chinese Canadians

Chlorinated solvents see Drinking water—Trichloroethylene

Chow, Olivia (NDP—Trinity—Spadina)

Canada-Portugal Day, C-409

Canada-Portugal Day Act, C-409

Chinese Canadians, M-406

Citizenship

C-397

M-385

Early Learning and Child Care Act, C-373

Early learning and child care programs and agreements, C-373

Galloway, George, M-343

Grandparents Day, C-427

Grandparents Day Act, C-427

Immigrant sponsorship

C-493

Q-158

KAIROS, M-474

Live-in caregivers, Q-167

Public transit, Q-358

Refugees, Q-159

Temporary Resident Visa Processing Requirements Act, C-492

Temporary resident status

C-492

Q-357, Q-589

Toronto Port Authority

C-415

Q-43, Q-61, Q-310, Q-598, Q-599

War resisters, M-275

Written questions, Q-43, Q-61, Q-158, Q-159, Q-167, Q-310, Q-357, Q-358, Q-589, Q-598, Q-599

Christopherson, David (NDP—Hamilton Centre)

Government spending by constituency, Q-171

Written questions, Q-171

Chronic care see instead Long-term care

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome see Myalgic Encephalomyelitis

Chrysotile see Asbestos

Churchill constituency see Government spending by constituency

Cigarettes, cigars, and cigarillos see Tobacco products

Citizenship

Children/grandchildren, born abroad

C-397 (Chow)

C-443 (Bélanger)

C-467 (Dosanjh)

M-385 (Chow)

M-433 (Martin, K.)

Lost Canadians, granting retroactive citizenship to, M-442 (Jennings)

New citizens, ceremonies, dates, and numbers, Q-611 (Simson)

See also Citizenship and Immigration Department; Deportation—And denaturalization

Citizenship Act

C-397 (Chow)

C-443 (Bélanger)

C-467 (Dosanjh)

Citizenship and Immigration Department

Citizenship applications

Processing time

And offices, staffing, and budget, Q-393 (Bains)

Backlogs; permanent resident status/citizenship applications, Q-334 (Malhi)

Supplementary Estimates (A) 2009-2010, Supply Proceedings No. 8

Supplementary Estimates (B) 2009-2010, Supply Proceedings No. 10

Supplementary Estimates (C) 2008-2009, Supply Proceedings No. 4

See also Citizenship; Government contracts—By agency/department, Under $10,000; Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism

Citizenship and Immigration Standing Committee

Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, proceedings in French, 3rd report, Business Respecting Committees—Standing Committees

Iraq war resisters, 2nd report, Business Respecting Committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports No. 3

Migrant workers and ghost consultants, 8th report, Business Respecting Committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports No. 14

Spousal sponsorship and removals, 1st report, Business Respecting committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports No. 7

Sri Lanka, deportation to, moratorium, 5th report, Business Respecting committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports No. 5

Supplementary Estimates (A) 2009-2010, under Citizenship and Immigration, 10th report, Supply Proceedings No. 8

Supplementary Estimates (B) 2009-2010, under Citizenship and Immigration, 14th report, Supply Proceedings No. 10

Supplementary Estimates (C) 2008-2009, under Citizenship and Immigration, 6th report, Supply Proceedings No. 4

Citizenship courts

Expenditures and statistics, Q-333 (Malhi)

Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister see Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism

City of Hamilton see Hamilton ON

Civil and human rights

Public hearings, review of Canadian Human Rights Act and Canadian Human Rights Commission and tribunal, M-156 (Martin, K.)

United Nations, conventions and treaties, federal-provincial-territorial endorsement and ratification, Q-6 (Wasylycia-Leis)

See also Aboriginal rights; Afghanistan; Airline passengers; Burma; China; Canada–Colombia Agreement on Labour Cooperation; Canadian Forces—Personnel discharged; Children’s Commissioner of Canada; Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities; Corporate social responsibility in developing countries; Deportation—National security; Discrimination; Euthanasia—And physician-assisted suicide; Gays and lesbians; Iran; Religious rights; Sexual discrimination; Social housing—National strategy—Right to housing; Welfare benefits—National standards; Workers’ rights; Yogyakarta Principles

Civil emergencies see instead Emergencies

Civilian Investigation Service see Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Civilian Peace Service Canada see Peace

Clarke, Rob (CPC—Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River)

Government aircraft, Q-585

Written questions, Q-585

Claymores see Land mines

Climate change see instead Global warming; see also United Nations Climate Change Conference

Climate Change Accountability Act

C-311 (Hyer)

Consideration of bill, extension of time, Environment and Sustainable Development Standing Committee, 2nd report, Business Respecting Committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports No. 10

Deemed reported without amendment, concurred in, read third time, and passed, Supply Proceedings No. 9 (Hyer)

Dividing bill, instruction to Environment and Sustainable Development Standing Committee, motion (Davies, L.), Government Business No. 6

Motions (Routine Proceedings), Other Business No. 12

Motion to proceed to the Orders of the Day, casting vote, Other Business No. 6

Clinton, Bill see Security—Costs

Closure see Canadian National Railway—Back-to-work legislation; Employment insurance—Self-employed workers; Harmonized Sales Tax—Ontario and British Columbia

Clothing industry see Dog or cat fur; Olympic Games winter 2010—Uniforms and clothing

Cluster bombs

Ban, M-132 (Martin, K.)

Canadian Forces mission in Afghanistan, Q-45 (Dewar)

International Convention on Cluster Munitions, ratifying, M-167 (Martin, K.)

CN see instead Canadian National Railway

Coady, Siobhan (Lib.—St. John’s South—Mount Pearl)

Access to information, Q-674

Government advertising, Q-395, Q-485, Q-675

Government contracts, Q-486, Q-487, Q-676, Q-677

Research, Q-239

Saint-Pierre et Miquelon, Q-240

Secure Channel, Q-547

Seal hunt, Q-241

Side guards, M-374

Written questions, Q-239, Q-240, Q-241, Q-395, Q-485, Q-486, Q-487, Q-547, Q-674, Q-675, Q-676, Q-677

Coal see Fossil fuels; Mercury—Emissions

Coal-fired generating stations see Mercury—Emissions

Coast Guard see instead Canadian Coast Guard

Coats of arms see Canadian coat of arms

Cocaine see Drug trafficking—Sentencing

Coffee see Canadian International Development Agency—Internal fair trade coffee policy

Cold War

Medal, creating, for service to defend Canada at home and abroad, civilian and military personnel, C-460 (Hughes)

Collective bargaining

Health care union agreement, British Columbia; recognizing human rights; ratifying ILO Convention No. 98, M-239 (Davies, L.)

See also Labour unions; Public service and public servants—Salary increases; Royal Canadian Mounted Police—Collective bargaining rights—Wage increase rollback

Colleges and universities

Dedicated federal transfer, to provinces and territories, legislation to guarantee equal access to post-secondary education, M-14 (Julian)

Infrastructure funding

Budget 2009, Q-288 (Siksay)

Repairs and maintenance, $1 billion, C-10

Construction and expansion projects, enabling, C-51 

See also Canada Student Loans Program; Graduates; Medical schools; Public service and public servants—University recruiting; Research—And innovation; Student funding; Student loans; Students; Textbooks—Imported; University of British Columbia

Colley Motorships Ltd. see Government contracts—Private motor vehicle relocation services

Colombia

Canada-Colombia agreements, on free trade, environment, and labour cooperation (workers’ rights), implementing, C-23

Time allocation, 2nd reading, Government Bills (Commons)

Report, on violence against teachers and unionized workers

Findings, results, and release, Q-614 (Julian)

Tabling, P-20 (Julian)

Colon cancer see Cancer screening

Colvin, Richard see Afghanistan—Canadian mission, Detainees

Comartin, Joe (NDP—Windsor—Tecumseh)

Government spending by constituency, Q-183

Police Officers Recruitment Fund, Q-272

Sentencing, C-388

Social Security payments (United States), C-387

Written questions, Q-183, Q-272

Commemorations, observances, and tributes see ALS Month; Armenian Genocide Memorial Day; Asbestos Disease Awareness Day; Bartlett, Capt. Bob; Black Ribbon Day; Bosnia and Herzegovina Tribute Week; Canada Marine Day; Canada-Portugal Day; Canadian coat of arms; Canadian Autism Day; Canadian Soldiers’ and Peacekeepers’ Memorial Wall; Chinese Canadians—Railway labourers; Cold War—Medal; Community Revitalization Day; Croatian Canadians; da Silva, Pedro; École polytechnique; Elder Abuse Awareness Day; Emergency Services Appreciation Day; Farmer’s Day; Filipino Canadians—Contributions; Flag Day; Governor General’s Volunteer Service Medal; Grandparents Day; Holocaust; International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women; International Day of Peace; Italian Canadians; Leif Erikson Day; Louis Riel Day; Mathieu Da Costa Day; National Aboriginal History Month; National Alzheimer’s Day; National Day of the Honey Bee; National Food Allergy Awareness Week; National Hockey Day; National Hunting, Trapping and Fishing Heritage Day; National Infant and Child Loss Awareness Day; National Philanthropy Day; Navy—Centennial; Nowruz Day; Parental Alienation Awareness Day; Purple Day (epilepsy); Red Cross; Remembrance Day; Seniors’ Day; Srebrenica Remembrance Day; Statutory holidays; Support our Protective Services National Day of Appreciation; Tartan Day; Tzu Chi Foundation; Ukrainian Holodomor (Genocide); Veterans—Aboriginals; Wallenberg, Raoul; Williams Syndrome Awareness Week; World Autism Awareness Day; Year of the British Home Child; Year of the Métis

Commercial Arbitration Act

C-23

C-24

Commercial fishing see Atlantic fisheries; Lobsters; Pacific fisheries; Tuna

Commissioner of Lobbying

Certificate of nomination, Karen E. Shepherd, referred to Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics Standing Committee, Other Business No. 7

Eighth committee report, Other Business No. 7

Committee membership see Standing and legislative committees

Committees, Legislative see Panel of Chairs

Committees of the Whole

Main Estimates 2009-2010, under Agriculture and Agri-Food and under Fisheries and Oceans, Supply Proceedings No. 5

Committees, Special see Canadian Mission in Afghanistan Special Committee

Committees, Standing see by name; see also Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee—Committee membership; Webcasting

Committees, Standing Joint see Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee—Committee membership; Scrutiny of Regulations Standing Joint Committee

Commodities see Trading standards

Communicable diseases

National strategy, implementing, M-64 (Wasylycia-Leis)

See also AIDS and HIV; Health—Human pathogens and toxins; Anthrax; Health—Human pathogens and toxins; Humanitarian assistance—Pharmaceuticals; Influenza A (H1N1) human swine flu; Lyme disease; Pandemics

Communications towers see Electromagnetic fields

Communist regimes, victims of see Black Ribbon Day

Communities at Risk: Security Infrastructure Pilot Program

Projects, details, Q-422 (Dhalla)

Community Adjustment Fund

Economic studies, consultations; payments and basis, esp. Ontario, Q-244 (Rota)

Projects, constituencies, and allocations, Q-653 (Cannis)

See also Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency

Community Development Trust Fund see Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency

Community Futures Program

Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan, Q-575 (Dhaliwal)

British Columbia, outside Vancouver; funding, loans repaid, Q-256 (Dhaliwal)

Community Revitalization Day

Working holiday, Feb. 29, M-202 (Davies, L.)

Community sentencing see instead Conditional sentences

Commuters see Employee benefits for transportation

Companies

Bureaucracy, reducing, by sharing information for government programs and services, C-10

Eligible dividends, payable, increase, C-10

See also Business development; Competition; Corporate income tax; Corporate social responsibility in developing countries; Export Development Canada—Financing; Government loans; Insurance

Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act

C-476 (Marston)

C-487 (Marston)

Compass Security see Afghanistan—Canadian mission, Friendly fire

Compassionate care leave see Care for family members—Employment insurance benefits; Self-employed workers—Employment insurance

Compensation see Performance pay and bonuses—Executive compensation

Competition

Commissioner of Competition, inquiry into an industrial sector, enabling, C-452 (Vincent)

Consumers, protecting, from anti-competitive behaviour and unscrupulous business practices, C-10

See also Black liquor subsidy; Insurance—Banks and bank holding companies

Competition Act

C-10

C-27

C-46 

C-273 (Masse)

C-324 (Julian)

C-452 (Vincent)

Competition Tribunal Act

C-10

Computer crime

Telecommunications, esp. Internet, crime and police investigative powers, redefining and updating; child pornography, child luring, hate propaganda, harassment, and fraud; devices to avoid service provider fees and to take charge of systems; “transmission data” collection by police; data “preservation orders” for service providers; tracking warrants; computer viruses; financial institutions and account data; international computer-related crime, incl. organized crime, C‑46

Computer viruses

For unlawful purposes, creation or dissemination, C-385 (Jennings)

See also Computer crime—Telecommunications

Computers see Borders—Security measures; Broadband for Rural and Northern Development Pilot Program; Computer viruses; Cyberbullying; Electronic documents; Internet; Lost or stolen government property; Secure Channel; Shared Systems Initiative; Vehicle maintenance and repair—Right to repair

Conception Bay South Bypass Road

Funding, by Transport, Infrastructure and Communities Department, approval and amount, Q-154 (Andrews)

Conditional release see instead Parole

Conditional sentences

Time served in community (house arrest), eliminating, for violent crime and serious property crime, C-42

See also Parole; Sentencing

Condominium housing

Leaky buildings, British Columbia, relief

M-223 (Davies, L.)

M-304 (Davies, D.)

Conducted energy weapons see instead Stun guns

Confidence motions see instead Non-confidence motions

Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner see Senate

Conflict of Interest Code

Amendments, Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee, 18th report

Business Respecting Committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports

Other Business No. 10

Disclosure forms, Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee, 2nd report, Business Respecting Committees—Standing Committees

Other Business No. 10

Congo see Democratic Republic of the Congo

Conscientious Objection Act

C-390 (Siksay)

Conscientious objectors see Pacifism—Income tax; War resisters

Consecutive sentences

Violent offenders, multiple murder or rape, parole ineligibility, C-231 (Guarnieri)

Conservative Party of Canada see National Capital Commission—Payments; Press releases—Fisheries and Oceans Department

Constituencies see by name; see also Constituency name change; Government spending by constituency; Northern Ontario

Constituency name change

Cariboo—Prince George, to include Nechako Valley, C-329 (Harris, R.)

Chatham-Kent—Essex, to substitute Leamington for Essex, C-330 (Van Kesteren)

New Westminster—Coquitlam, to include Port Moody, C-292 (Black)

Notre-Dame-de-Grâce—Lachine, to include Dorval, C-270 (Jennings)

Oak Ridges—Markham, to Markham—Stouffville—Oak Ridges—King, C-431 (Calandra)

Sackville—Eastern Shore, to include Preston, C-215 (Stoffer)

Sault Ste. Marie, to Algoma, C-236 (Martin, T.)

Welland, to Niagara Centre, C-325 (Allen, Malcolm)

Western Arctic, to Northwest Territories, C-374 (Bevington)

Consular services/Consulates see instead Embassies and consulates

Consumer complaints see Credit—Creation of Credit Ombudsman office; Oil and Gas Ombudsman

Consumer products

Energy efficiency; classification, standards, labelling, and shipping; comparative progress reports, S-3

Safety, advertising and claims, inspection, prohibitions, seizures, tests, and penalties, C-6

See also Durable life date; Duty-free shopping; Electronic handheld devices; Energy conservation—Energy-using products; Feminine hygiene products; Labelling; Packaging; Toys; Warning labels 

Consumers and consumer protection

Protection, from unscrupulous business practices

And anti-competitive behaviour, C-10

Consumer’s Bill of Rights, government introducing; Supply Proceedings No. 3 (Thibeault)

See also Banks and banking—Lawsuits; Bisphenol A; Competition; Consumer products; Credit cards; Energy drinks; Food labelling; Food safety; Oil and Gas Ombudsman; Toys; Warning labels

Contaminated sites

Unremediated federal sites, Q-664 (Scarpaleggia)

Continuing Committee of Officials on Human Rights see Civil and Human rights—United Nations

Contraband see Shiprider Project; Tobacco products; Wildlife conservation—Poaching and smuggling

Contraventions Act

C-359 (Martin, K.)

Controlled Drugs and Substances Act

C-15

C-359 (Martin, K.)

C-475 (Weston, J.)

Convention on Future Multilateral Cooperation see Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization

Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

Resolution, calling on government to ratify convention, Other Business No. 5

See also Civil and Human rights—United Nations

Cooperative Credit Associations Act

C-10

C-426 (Thibeault)

Cooperatives

Food distribution, local enterprises, supporting, M-305 (Davies, D.)

See also Cars; Farming and farmers—Loans

Copenhagen climate summit see Global warming

Corporate Accountability of Mining, Oil and Gas Corporations in Developing Countries Act

C-300 (McKay)

Consideration of bill, extension of time, Foreign Affairs and International Development Standing Committee, 7th report, Business Respecting Committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports No. 11

Corporate income tax

Acquisition of control of a corporation, time of acquisition, C-10

Ways and Means No. 2

Advance payments, amounts and companies, interest paid, Q-360 (Hughes)

Income tax return, mandatory e-filing, penalties, C-10

Ways and Means No. 2

Interest deductibility, foreign affiliates, C-10

Ways and Means No. 2

Small Business Limit, increase, C-10

Ways and Means No. 2

See also Meat and livestock industry—Flood/excessive moisture; Mineral Exploration Tax Credit; Tax evasion; Woodlots

Corporate Social Responsibility Counsellor

Offices, staffing, budget, complaints received, and accessibility to public, Q-634 (McKay)

See also Corporate social responsibility in developing countries

Corporate social responsibility in developing countries

Canadian Extraterritorial Activities Review Commission, establishing, to set standards for Canadian companies abroad, C-438 (Deschamps)

Human rights abuses, environmental damage/pollution; penalties, lawsuits in Canada, C-354 (Julian)

Mining companies

And oil and gas companies, C-300 (McKay)

Consideration of bill, extension of time, Foreign Affairs and International Development Standing Committee, 7th report, Business Respecting Committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports No. 11

Office of ombudsman, establishing, C-298 (Dewar)

See also Bribery—Of foreign officials; Canada–Colombia Agreement on the Environment; Canada–Peru Agreement on the Environment; Corporate Social Responsibility Counsellor; National Roundtables on Corporate Social Responsibility and the Canadian Extractive Industry in Developing Countries; Workplace health and safety—Workers outside Canada

Corporate Social Responsibility of Mining Corporations Outside Canada Act

C-298 (Dewar)

Correctional facilities

Cost, implementation of recent amendments to Criminal Code and related acts; prisons, inmates, and staff, projections and planning, Q-564 (Holland)

Impact, of Bills C-14 and C-15

And of C-2 (39-2); plans, consultations, and transfers to provinces/territories; Prison Farm Program land, Q-271 (Holland)

New prison cells needed, esp. in British Columbia, and costs, Q-300 (Murray)

New prison, for Harbour Grace NL, discussions and financing, Q-93 (Andrews)

See also Correctional Service of Canada; Dorchester Penitentiary; Imprisonment and prisoners; Prison farms

Correctional officers see Federal enforcement officers

Correctional plans for offenders see Correctional Service—Protection of society

Correctional Service of Canada

Aboriginal policy, review by National Aboriginal Advisory Committee, M-476 (Bagnell)

Protection of society, paramount principle; correctional plans for offenders, C-43

See also Dorchester Penitentiary; Prison farms

Corrections and Conditional Release Act

C-43

C-53

C-332 (Kramp)

C-434 (Ménard, S.)

Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act

C-31

Cotler, Hon. Irwin (Lib.—Mount Royal)

Gays and lesbians, Q-480

Genocide, Q-363

Householders, Supply Proceedings No. 9

Iran

C-412

Q-479

Iran Accountability Act, C-412

Orders for the production of papers, Supply Proceedings No. 9

Redress for Victims of International Crimes Act, C-483

Sudan, C-204

Sudan Accountability Act, C-204

Terrorism and terrorists, C-408

Victims of crime, C-483

War crimes, Q-478

Written questions, Q-363, Q-478, Q-479, Q-480

Counterfeit goods see Intellectual property

Country of Origin Labelling Act

C-346 (Davies, D.)

Court of Queen’s Bench see Judges

CPR see Chinese Canadians—Railway labourers

Cracking Down on Tobacco Marketing Aimed at Youth Act

C-32

Credentials see Foreign credentials

Credit

Creation of Credit Ombudsman office, for complaints from consumers and small businesses, C-266 (Martin, P.)

See also Credit cards; Government loans; Loans; Mortgages; Small and medium businesses

Credit cards

Consumer protection; interest, fees, and penalties; solicitation of young people, Supply Proceedings No. 7 (Thibeault)

Disclosure and improved business practice measures, as per Budget 2009, consultations, Q-247 (Rota)

Interchange/merchant fees, regulating

M-397 (Julian)

Supply Proceedings No. 7 (McTeague)

Interest rates, borrowing costs, regulating, C-426 (Thibeault)

See also Government credit and debit cards; Identity theft—And identity fraud

Credit Ombudsman Act

C-266 (Martin, P.)

Cree-Naskapi (of Quebec) Act

C-28

Cree of Quebec

Cree Regional Authority, authority to make by-laws; Oujé-Bougoumou Band, establishing, C-28

Crête, Paul (BQ—Montmagny—L'Islet—Kamouraska—Rivière-du-Loup)

Employment insurance

C-339

M-373

Crime see Assault and battery; Auto theft; Body armour; Child pornography; Child sexual abuse and exploitation; Child trafficking; Computer crime; Computer viruses; Crime prevention; Criminal justice system; Cruelty to animals; Dangerous offenders; Drive-by shootings; Drug trafficking; Drug use and abuse; Failure to stop at scene of accident; Firefighters—Assault; Flight offence; Forgery; Fugitives; Genocide; Hate propaganda; Homicide; Human body part trafficking; Human trafficking; Impaired driving; Identity theft; Lost or stolen government property; Mischief; Organized crime; Peace officers—Aggravated assault—Impersonating; Pollution—Offences; Prize fighting offence; Prostitution legalization; Sex offenders; Sexual discrimination—Gender identity and gender expression; Suicide; Suicide bombings; Terrorism and terrorists; Tobacco products—Government task force on illicit tobacco products; Torture; Victims of crime; War crimes; White collar crime

Crime prevention

British Columbia; programs, administration, funding, and cuts, Q-301 (Murray)

National Crime Prevention Centre, funding, restoring and increasing; youth crime focus, M-236 (Davies, L.)

Crimes against humanity see Armenian Genocide Memorial Day; Bosnia and Herzegovina Tribute Week; Darfur; Deportation—And denaturalization; Greek Pontians; Holocaust; Iran—Incitement to genocide; Srebrenica Remembrance Day; Sri Lanka; Ukrainian Holodomor (Genocide); Victims of crime—Lawsuits; War crimes

Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act

C-332 (Kramp)

Criminal Code

C-10

C-14

C-15

C-19

C-25

C-26

C-31

C-34

C-36

C-42

C-43

C-46

C-52

C-54

C-55

C-221 (Stoffer)

C-229 (Holland)

C-230 (Holland)

C-231 (Guarnieri)

C-237 (Neville)

C-246 (Kramp)

C-247 (Kramp)

C-260 (Martin, P.)

C-261 (Martin, P.)

C-268 (Smith)

C-293 (Black)

C-294 (Black)

C-301 (Breitkreuz)

C-314 (Julian)

C-315 (Black)

C-331 (Kramp)

C-332 (Kramp)

C-333 (Wasylycia-Leis)

C-334 (Black)

C-349 (Black)

C-355 (Fry)

C-362 (Valeriote)

C-372 (Julian)

C-376 (Gagnon)

C-380 (Wrzesnewskyj)

C-381 (Wrzesnewskyj)

C-384 (Lalonde)

C-385 (Jennings)

C-388 (Comartin)

C-389 (Siksay)

C-391 (Hoeppner)

C-404 (Silva)

C-405 (Silva)

C-408 (Cotler)

C-451 (Jennings)

C-461 (Duncan, L.)

C-464 (Andrews)

C-484 (Julian)

S-4

S-205 (Block), Private Members’ Bills (Senate)

Criminal gangs see Organized crime

Criminal investigations see Computer crime; Criminal justice system; Interception of communications; Telewarrants

Criminal justice system

Sentencing, corrections, and parole systems, independent review, M-143 (Martin, K.)

Telewarrants, expert witnesses, use of agents (non-lawyers), fingerprinting and photographing, interception of private communications, flight offence, prize fighting offence, bribery of foreign officials, and “hybrid” offences (indictable offence/summary conviction), C-31

See also specific crimes, listed under “Crime”; Arrest warrants; Bail; Conditional sentences; Consecutive sentences; Correctional facilities; Drug Treatment Court; Euthanasia; Faint hope clause; Imprisonment and prisoners; Interception of communications; Marijuana; Methamphetamine; Parole; Peace officers; Police officers; Racial and religious profiling; Recognizance with conditions; Restorative justice; Sentencing; Sex offenders; Suicide; Victims of crime

Criminals see instead Offenders

Croatia see Croatian Canadians; Temporary resident status—Visitor visas

Croatian Canadians

Internment, during World War I, recognition/commemoration/postage stamp, C-394 (Wrzesnewskyj)

Crombie, Bonnie (Lib.—Mississauga—Streetsville)

Government advertising, Q-539, Q-540, Q-541, Q-542

Written questions, Q-539, Q-540, Q-541, Q-542

Crossing the floor see Political allegiance

Crowder, Jean (NDP—Nanaimo—Cowichan)

Aboriginal child welfare services

M-358, M-363

Q-321

Aboriginal rights, Q-80

Aquaculture, Q-576

Edmonton aboriginal transition centre, Q-291

First Nations schools, Q-81

Food Mail Program, Q-278

Government spending by constituency, Q-297

Written questions, Q-80, Q-81, Q-278, Q-291, Q-297, Q-321, Q-576

Crown see Governor General of Canada—And Queen

Crown corporations

And other non-financial assets, value, Q-311 (McCallum)

And related enterprises; Auditor General of Canada, appointing as auditor, M‑245 (Wrzesnewskyj)

Disposal of property by leasing; directors, regulation, C-10

Quarterly financial reports, requiring, C-51 

See also Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL); Government contracts—Sole-source; Meeting and retreat venues; Performance pay and bonuses; PPP Canada Inc.; Public service and public servants—Federal employees; Toronto Port Authority

Crown Liability and Proceedings Act

C-57

Crown Share Adjustment Payments see Nova Scotia

Cruelty to animals

Offences and penalties

C-229 (Holland)

C-230 (Holland)

See also Animal rights and welfare; Dog or cat fur

Cruise Connections Charter Management see Olympic Games winter 2010—Security and travel

Cruise ships see Ships and boats; Ocean dumping

Crystal meth see Methamphetamine

CSIS see instead Canadian Security Intelligence Service

Cullen, Nathan (NDP—Skeena—Bulkley Valley)

AquaNor conference, Q-457

Asbestos, C-399

Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL), Q-318

Cycling, C-400

Fossil fuels, Q-631

Global warming, Supply Proceedings No. 3

Government contracts, Q-320

Government spending by constituency, Q-231

Mountain pine beetle, Q-103

Performance pay and bonuses, Q-319

Royal Canadian Mounted Police

C-472

Supply Proceedings No. 9

Written questions, Q-103, Q-231, Q-318, Q-319, Q-320, Q-457, Q-631

Cultural Property Export and Import Act

C-473 (Schellenberger)

Culture and creativity

British Columbia, arts festivals, government funding, esp. 2010 Winter Olympics, Q-25 (Fry)

See also Artists; International arts tours

Currency Act

C-252 (Martin, P.)

Customs see Border officials; Borders; Duty-free shopping

Customs Act

C-2 

C-23

C-24

C-57

S-2

Customs controlled areas see Borders—Security measures

Customs tariff

C-23

C-24

C-57

Imports, Iceland/Norway/Switzerland-Liechtenstein Tariffs, C-2

Machinery and equipment, imported, tariff elimination, C-10

Ways and Means No. 4

Shipping containers, importing, C-51

Ways and Means No. 9

See also Duty-free shopping; Shipbuilding industry; Textbooks—Imported

Cuzner, Rodger (Lib.—Cape Breton—Canso)

Atlantic fisheries, Q-378

Atlantic Gateway Strategy, Q-229

Employment insurance, Q-242

Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation, P-11

Government advertising, Q-494, Q-495, Q-496, Q-497

Veterans Independence Program, Q-243

Written questions, Q-229, Q-242, Q-243, Q-378, Q-494, Q-495, Q-496, Q-497

CVRD see Inco Ltd.—Sale

Cyberbullying

Harassment, libel, and false messages, C-355 (Fry)

Cycling

Bicycle Path Development Fund, establishing; transfers to provinces/territories/municipalities, C-400 (Cullen)

Cyclepaths and walkways, government funding, M-293 (Davies, D.)

Safety; Transport, Infrastructure and Communities Standing Committee hearings, M-264 (Siksay)

See also Bicycles; Employee benefits for transportation

 

D

Da Costa see Mathieu Da Costa Day

da Silva, Pedro

First commissioned letter carrier, recognizing, with monument/national park, C-406 (Silva)

D'Amours, Jean-Claude (Lib.—Madawaska—Restigouche)

Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, Q-106, Q-107, Q-607, Q-608, Q-627

Care for family members, C-323

Employment insurance

C-344

Q-108

Q-609

Physical activity, C-416

Service Canada, Q-606

Volunteering and volunteers, C-356

Written questions, Q-106, Q-107, Q-108, Q-606, Q-607, Q-608, Q-609, Q-627

Dangerous materials see instead Hazardous substances

Dangerous offenders

Designation, after sentencing, M-329 (Black)

See also Canadians imprisoned in foreign countries—Repatriation

Darfur

Genocide

Sudanese government responsibility, Canadian contribution to UN efforts, M-151 (Martin, K.)

United Nations peacekeeping force, deployment, M-118 (Martin, K.)

Refugees, aid, via International Organization on Migration; CIDA’s role, Q-114 (Pearson)

See also Sudan

Dates

Year, month, and day, interpretation in documents, C-245 (Kramp)

Davies, Don (NDP—Vancouver Kingsway)

Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor Initiative. Q-53

Canada Summer Jobs, Q-208

Canadian Autism Day, C-327

Canadian Autism Day Act, C-327

Condominium housing, M-304

Cooperatives, M-305

Country of Origin Labelling Act, C-346

Cycling, M-293

ecoAUTO Rebate Program, M-303

Employment insurance, Q-207

Fish Labelling Act, C-347

Food labelling, C-346, C-347

Foreign credentials, M-457

Government spending by constituency, Q-79, Q-112, Q-113

Homelessness, M-302

Immigrant sponsorship, Q-210

Political allegiance, C-446

Public-private partnerships, Q-52

Public schools, M-268

Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Q-597

Tankers, C-458

Temporary resident status, Q-209

Veterans, M-458

Women's ski jumping, M-353

Written questions, Q-52, Q-53, Q-79, Q-112, Q-113, Q-207, Q-208, Q-209, Q-210, Q-597

Davies, Libby (NDP—Vancouver East)

Aboriginal peoples, M-204, M-205

Aboriginal women, M-208

AIDS and HIV, M-183

Artists, M-180, M-222

Banks and banking

C-305

M-189, M-190, M-191, M-192, M-193, M‑206

Canadian International Development Agency, M-234

Canadian Wind Energy Association, Q-374

Cars, M-240

Child labour, M-186

Chinese Canadians, M-203

Collective bargaining, M-239

Community Revitalization Day, M-202

Condominium housing, M-223

Crime prevention, M-236

Discrimination, M-185

Drug use and abuse, M-228, M-229, M-230, M-238

Emery, Marc, Q-427

Employee benefits for transportation, M-351

Employment insurance, Q-428

Employment insurance account, M-209

Environment and Sustainable Development Standing Committee, Government Business No. 6

Other Business No. 12

Firefighters, M-367

Firefighting services, M-201

Genetically modified organisms, M-214, M-215, M-216, M-217, M-218, M‑219, M-220, M-221

Government contracts, M-200

Government spending by constituency, Q-219

Harmonized Sales Tax, Q-449

Highways, M-195, M-196

Home Buyers' Plan, M-366

Human trafficking, M-446

Immigration policy, M-210

Income support, M-224

Indonesia, M-194

Infrastructure, Q-62

International Monetary Fund, M-199

Job protection, M-235

Mortgages, M-207

Old Age Security, M-233

Palestinians, M-365

Police services, M-225, M-345

Postage stamps, M-231

Poverty, M-184

Public safety officers, M-188

Rare and orphan diseases, M-241

Safe injection sites, M-237

Schools and GST, M-232

Secure, Adequate, Accessible and Affordable Housing Act, C-304

Security

M-456

Q-292

Social housing

C-304

M-181, M-182, M-197, M-198, M-226, M-227

Violence against women, M-211

Welfare benefits, M-213

Women, M-212

Workplace health and safety, M-187

Written questions, Q-62, Q-219, Q-292, Q-374, Q-427, Q-428, Q-449

Day care see Bases and stations—Health care clinics and day care centres; Early learning and child care programs and agreements; Military Family Resource Centres—Number

Days see Commemorations, observances, and tributes; Dates

Death row see Smith, Ronald

Deaths and funerals

Goods and services tax on funerals, elimination

C-220 (Stoffer)

M-60 (Wasylycia-Leis)

M-339 (Martin, P.)

Maternal and newborn morbidity and mortality, reducing; resolution, Other Business No. 5

See also Afghanistan—Canadian mission, Friendly fire; Canadian Soldiers’ and Peacekeepers’ Memorial Wall; Euthanasia; Federal enforcement officers; Firefighters; First Nations reserves—Family homes; Harmonized Sales Tax—Manitoba; Homicide; National Infant and Child Loss Awareness Day; National Organ Donor Registry; Royal Canadian Mounted Police; Suicide; Veterans—Funeral and Burial Program

DeBellefeuille, Claude (BQ—Beauharnois—Salaberry)

Emissions trading, M-287

Debit cards see Government credit and debit cards

Debt see Foreign debt

Decibel level see Toys—And learning products for children

Declaration for the NWT see Northwest Territories Declaration

Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act

C-328 (Savoie)

Decommissioned CFB bases see CFB Kapyong

Decriminalization see Drug use and abuse; Euthanasia—And physician-assisted suicide; Marijuana

Defence of Canada Medal Act (1946-1989)

C-460 (Hughes)

Defence policy see Energy security

Deh Cho First Nations see Oil and gas—Licences

Delays in processing see Access to information—Requests

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Envoy, appointing, re humanitarian crisis, M-400 (Martin, K.)

Dental health

National program; eligible expense, medicare, M-117 (Bagnell)

Department of ... see by identifier (e.g. Industry Department)

Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food Act

C-479 (Miller)

Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Act

C-298 (Dewar)

C-300 (McKay)

Department of Human Resources and Skills Development Act

C-23

C-24

C-57

C-243 (Godin)

Department of Peace see Foreign Affairs and International Trade Department—Name change; Peace Department

Department of Peace Act

C-447 (Siksay)

Department of Public Works and Government Services Act

C-429 (Asselin)

Dependants living abroad see Personal income tax; Spouses of foreign service employees—Overseas postings

Depleted uranium weapons

Ban; personnel deployment, cleanup, and information, M-347 (Atamanenko)

Imports, from UK and other countries, Q-47 (Dewar)

See also Nuclear weapons

Deportation

And denaturalization, loss of permanent resident/refugee status, and refusal of entry; persons guilty of terrorism/genocide/espionage/crimes against humanity, M-356 (Bezan)

National security/human rights considerations; departments involved, criteria, and costs, Q-283 (Harris, J.)

See also Immigrant sponsorship—Spousal sponsorship, Stay of removal; Security certificates; Sri Lanka; War resisters—Permanent resident status, US resisters

Deschamps, Johanne (BQ—Laurentides—Labelle)

Corporate social responsibility in developing countries, C-438

Extraterritorial Activities of Canadian Businesses and Entities Act, C-438

Graduates, C-288

Desnoyers, Luc (BQ—Rivière-des-Mille-Îles)

Military equipment and facilities, Q-233

Written questions, Q-233

Detainees see Abdelrazik, Abousfian; Afghanistan—Canadian mission; Canadians imprisoned in foreign countries; Ethiopia—Mideksa; Iran—Human rights; Khadr, Omar; Kohail, Muhammad; Security certificates

Developing countries see by name; see also Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA); Corporate social responsibility in developing countries; Humanitarian assistance; National Roundtables on Corporate Social Responsibility and the Canadian Extractive Industry in Developing Countries; Orphans; Textile industry—Labelling

Devolin, Barry (CPC—Haliburton—Kawartha Lakes—Brock; Assistant Deputy Chair of Committees of the Whole)

North Korea, M-369

Dewar, Paul (NDP—Ottawa Centre)

Afghanistan

P-1, P-2, P-6, P-8

Q-118, Q-161, Q-162, Q-550, Q-552, Q-553, Q-616

Supply Proceedings No. 9  

Bisphenol A, C-299

Bisphenol A (BPA) Control Act, C-299

Books, C-206

Bottled water, M-177

Canadians imprisoned in foreign countries, M-425

Chalk River, M-337

Cluster bombs, Q-45

Corporate social responsibility in developing countries, C-298

Corporate Social Responsibility of Mining Corporations Outside Canada Act, C‑298

Depleted uranium weapons, Q-47

Food labelling, C-205

Food Products Labelling Act, C-205

Foreign credentials

C-425

M-179

Foreign Credential Recognition Act, C-425

Gatineau Park, C-367

Government accountability, C-297

Government property

M-440

Q-163, Q-164, Q-238

Humanitarian assistance, M-352

International Treaty Accountability Act, C-297

National Capital Commission, C-207

Ottawa River, M-178

Parliamentary Budget Officer, M-411

Spouses of foreign service employees, M-368

Temporary workers, Q-345

Whistle blowing, Q-46

Written questions, Q-45, Q-46, Q-47, Q-118, Q-161, Q-162, Q-163, Q-164, Q-238, Q-345, Q-550, Q-552, Q-553, Q-616

Dhaliwal, Sukh (Lib.—Newton—North Delta)

Building Canada Fund, Q-257

Community Futures Program, Q-256, Q-575

Downtown Eastside Vancouver, Q-73

Government contracts, Q-573, Q-574

Olympic Games winter 2010, Q-572

Police Officers Recruitment Fund, Q-255

Western Economic Diversification Canada, Q-74

Written questions, Q-73, Q-74, Q-255, Q-256, Q-257, Q-572, Q-573, Q-574, Q-575

Dhalla, Ruby (Lib.—Brampton—Springdale)

Canadian Heritage Department, Q-346

Child poverty, Q-639

Communities at Risk: Security Infrastructure Pilot Program, Q-422

Government advertising, Q-348

Government contracts, Q-421

Government spending by constituency, Q-347

Human Resources and Skills Development Department, Q-349

Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, Q-637

Komagata Maru, M-434

Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism, Q-420

Old Age Security, C-428

Senior citizens, Q-636

Temporary resident status, Q-423

Written questions, Q-346, Q-347, Q-348, Q-349, Q-420, Q-421, Q-422, Q-423, Q-636; Q-637; Q-638; Q-639

Youth violence, Q-638

Diabetes

Insulin, animal-based

Access, availability, and funding; Health Canada role, Q-138 (McKay)

Canada-US agreement, public awareness, safety and adverse reactions, and patient subsidies, Q-382 (McKay)

Type 1 (juvenile), research funding, M-124 (Martin, K.)

Diefenbaker see Icebreakers

Diesel fuel see Gasoline—Gasoline and diesel prices

Dion, Hon. Stéphane (Lib.—Saint-Laurent—Cartierville)

Abdelrazik, Abousfian, Q-635

Renewable energy and fuel, M-295

Written questions, Q-635

Direct selling industry see Goods and services tax; Harmonized Sales Tax

Diseases see instead Human diseases and disorders

Disability benefits

Canadian Forces personnel

Pension instead of lump sum, M-138 (Martin, K.)

Premiums, paid by government, M-137 (Martin, K.)

Long-term, protecting, in case of employer bankruptcy

And health care benefits, C-487 (Marston)

M-470 (Sgro)

See also Pensions—Private plans, Employer bankruptcy

See also Canada Pension Plan

Disability tax credit

Refund, equal to the maximum current credit value, with full indexation for cost-of-living increases, M-65 (Wasylycia-Leis)

Unused portion, claiming, and Home Renovation Tax Credit/First-Time Home Buyers’ Tax Credit, Ways and Means No. 9

Disabled people see Enabling Accessibility Fund; Persons with disabilities

Discrimination

Social condition, defined as prohibited grounds for discrimination, M-185 (Davies, L.)

See also Aboriginal peoples—Urban; Chinese Canadians—Head tax and expulsion act; Croatian Canadians; Equal opportunities for women; Feminine hygiene products; Gays and lesbians; Gender-based analysis; Genetic information; Harassment; Hate propaganda; Immigration policy—Domestic workers; Indonesia—Ethnic Chinese; Italian Canadians; Komagata Maru; Pay equity; Persons with disabilities; Racial and religious profiling; Religious rights; Sexual discrimination; United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women

Diseases and disorders see instead Human diseases and disorders

Dishwasher detergents see Phosphates

Disraeli Bridges (Winnipeg)

Rehabilitation/closure, mayor of Winnipeg, request for federal assistance, Q-97 (Maloway)

Dissolution

Governor General, consulting with opposition leaders, M-472 (Bevington)

Dividends see Personal income tax—Eligible dividends

Divisions, recorded

Deferred divisions, sequence of voting, Other Business No. 2

Divorce see Joint child custody

Divorce Act

C-422 (Vellacott)

Djibouti see International development and aid—Africa, Horn of Africa

DNA Identification Act

Review, order of reference, Public Safety and National Security Standing Committee, Business Respecting Committees—Standing Committees

Doctors see Canada Student Loans Program—Reform—Residents; Environmental contamination—O’Connor; Health policy; Health professionals; Medical schools; Student loans

Dog or cat fur

Imports, banning, M-42 (Julian)

Use, banning, C-439 (Neville)

Dogs see Dog or cat fur; Pet food

Domestic trade see instead Interprovincial trade

Domestic workers see Immigration policy

Don Valley East see Canada’s Economic Action Plan—Funding by constituency, Announcement; Employment insurance—Claims by constituency; Government spending by constituency

Don Valley West see Canada’s Economic Action Plan—Funding by constituency, Announcement; Government spending by constituency

Donations see Charitable donations

Dorchester Penitentiary

Prison farm and other vocational programs, participants, recidivism rate, Q-591 (LeBlanc)

Renovation plans, costs, Q-327 (LeBlanc)

Dorval see Airports—Night flights, Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport; Constituency name change—Notre-Dame-de-Grâce—Lachine

Dosanjh, Hon. Ujjal (Lib.—Vancouver South)

Access to information, Q-472

Afghanistan

Q-471, Q-473, Q-474, Q-657, Q-659, Q-660

Supply Proceedings No. 9  

Citizenship, C-467

Government contracts, Q-658

Written questions, Q-471, Q-472, Q-473, Q-474, Q-657, Q-658, Q-659, Q-660

Dow AgroSciences see North American Free Trade Agreement—Chapter 11

Downtown Eastside Vancouver

Western Economic Diversification Canada, projects, Q-73 (Dhaliwal)

See also Police services—Inquiry into methods/policies; Safe injection sites—Insite program

Draggers see Bottom trawling/draggers

Drainage basins see Bulk water

Drinking water

From community water system, inspection and control, S-208 (Preston), Private Members’ Bills (Senate)

Shannon QC, extent, and government measures, Q-49 (Gagnon)

Trichloroethylene (Chlorinated solvents), CFB Valcartier, personnel and families, notification and health questionnaire

C-419 (Gagnon)

M-338 (Gagnon)

See also Bottled water; Chalk River—Radioactive material leak; First Nations schools—Attawapiskat and others, Schools and drinking water facilities; Water resources; Water treatment

Drinks see Alcoholic drinks; Energy drinks

Drive-by shootings

And reckless shootings, new offence; use of prohibited or restricted firearm; sentencing, C-14

Drug Strategy see instead National Anti-Drug Strategy

Drug trafficking

Mandatory and maximum sentencing, treatment; marijuana, cocaine, heroin, methamphetamines, date-rape drugs, C-15

See also Drug use and abuse—Decriminalization, Organized crime; Marijuana—Grow operations; Methamphetamine

Drug Treatment Court

Use in sentencing, treatment, C-15

Drug use and abuse

Decriminalization

Cannabis and heroin, sale and controlled use, M-229 (Davies, L.)

Organized crime and drug trafficking, fighting, M-230 (Davies, L.)

Harm reduction programs, national strategy, M-238 (Davies, L.)

United Nations conventions, revision; legalizing other uses, M-228 (Davies, L.)

See also AIDS and HIV—Drug users; Drug Treatment Court; Marijuana; Methamphetamine; National Anti-Drug Strategy; Safe injection sites; Samples of bodily substances

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Access, and provincial pharmacare coverage, Health Canada role; off-label use; rare and orphan diseases, research and drug approval, Q-135 (McKay)

Charitable donations, outside Canada, C-10

Generic drugs, patent infringement; injunctions, costs, and damages, C-275 (Masse)

Independent drug agency, creating, to oversee safety, M-355 (Young)

Prescription drugs, access, human right, M-2 (Julian)

United States, demand for discount drugs, government strategy, Q-142 (Bennett)

See also Diabetes—Insulin; Drug trafficking; Drug use and abuse; Herbal medicine; Humanitarian assistance—Pharmaceuticals; Pharmacare; Rare and orphan diseases; Tamiflu (oseltamivir)

Dryden, Hon. Ken (Lib.—York Centre)

Government advertising, Q-586, Q-587, Q-588

Written questions, Q-586, Q-587, Q-588

Dufour, Nicolas (BQ—Repentigny)

Telecommunications and telecommunications industry, C-444

Duncan, Kirsty (Lib.—Etobicoke North)

Armed conflicts, Q-647

Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information, Q-649

Energy drinks, Q-40

Genocide, Q-331

Global warming, Q-646

Humanitarian crises, Q-648

Influenza A (H1N1) human swine flu, Q-309, Q-424, Q-425, Q-446, Q-456

Pandemics, Q-9, Q-10, Q-12, Q-230, Q-307

Sri Lanka, Q-332

Tamiflu (oseltamivir), Q-11

Violence against women, M-341

Written questions, Q-9, Q-10, Q-11, Q-12, Q-40, Q-230, Q-307, Q-309, Q-331, Q-332, Q-424, Q-425, Q-446, Q-456, Q-646, Q-647, Q-648, Q-649

Duncan, Linda (NDP—Edmonton—Strathcona)

Canadian Environmental Bill of Rights, C-469

Electronic handheld devices, C-461

Energy security, Q-214

Environmental protection, C-469

Government property, Q-54

Government spending by constituency, Q-211

Greenhouse gases, Q-213

Mercury, Q-212

National Hockey Day, C-320

National Hockey Day Act, C-320

Written questions, Q-54, Q-211, Q-212, Q-213, Q-214

Durable life date

Prepackaged and canned goods, mandatory labelling, C-377 (Gagnon)

Duty-free shopping

Airport arrivals, program, establishing, M-317 (Martin, K.)

DVDs see Library materials

 

E

Early Learning and Child Care Act

C-373 (Chow)

Early learning and child care programs and agreements

National Head Start program, in cooperation with provinces, implementing, M-165 (Martin, K.)

Transfers, to provincial/territorial/aboriginal governments, criteria and conditions; advisory council, appointing, C-373 (Chow)

See also Bases and stations—Health care clinics and day care centres; Military Family Resource Centres—Number

Early release see Parole

Earthquake in Italy

Resolution, condolences, Other Business No. 5

Easter, Hon. Wayne (Lib.—Malpeque)

Atlantic Beef Products, Q-377

Farming and farmers, Q-296

Listeria (listeriosis), Supply Proceedings No. 7  

Potato farming, Q-376

Prison farms, Q-375

State trading enterprises, Supply Proceedings No. 9

Volunteering and volunteers, C-240

Written questions, Q-296, Q-375, Q-376, Q-377

ecoAUTO Rebate Program

Reinstating, M-303 (Davies, D.)

Eco-labelling see Energy conservation—Energy-using products

École polytechnique

Resolution, observing National Day of Remembrance, marking 20th anniversary of massacre, Other Business No. 5

e-Commerce see Internet

ecoMOBILITY program

Contracts awarded, details, Q-390 (Bains)

Economic Action Plan see instead Canada’s Economic Action Plan

Economic conditions

Government Business No. 1

Economic development see Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency; Business Development Bank of Canada; Buy Canadian; Community Futures Program; Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec; Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation; Export Development Canada; Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario); Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario (FedNor); First Nations bands; Northern Ontario; Parry Sound—Muskoka; Western Economic Diversification Canada

Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Region of Northern Ontario Act

C-309 (Rota)

Industry, Science and Technology Standing Committee, 9th report, Business Respecting Committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports No. 19

Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec

Capital Fund for Business Succession and Venture; beneficiaries, projects, expenditures, impact, Q-127 (Mendes)

Contracts under $10,000, Q-605 (Mendes),

Government funding, channelling to non-profit bodies, M-288 (Cardin)

Requests for funding

2005-06 and 2008-09; directors, role, Q-126 (Mendes)

2006-07 and 2008-09, Q-69 (Mendes)

Supplementary Estimates (B) 2008-2009, Supply Proceedings No. 2

Supplementary Estimates (B) 2009-2010, Supply Proceedings No. 10

Venture Capital Fund for Business Startups in the Regions; beneficiaries, projects, expenditures, impact, Q-128 (Mendes)

Economic Recovery Act (stimulus)

C-51 

Economic stimulus

Projects

Gatineau, Q-470 (Proulx)

Hull—Aylmer, Q-469 (Proulx)

Pontiac, Q-468 (Proulx)

See also Canada’s Economic Action Plan; Economic Recovery Act (stimulus); Infrastructure Stimulus Fund; Vote 35

Ecosystems see Fish habitat; Nature conservation; Watersheds

EcoTrust see instead Canada EcoTrust for Clean Air and Climate Change

Ecstasy see instead Methamphetamine

Edmonton aboriginal transition centre

Research, plans, and consultations, Q-291 (Crowder)

Edmonton—Mill Woods—Beaumont, Edmonton Centre, Edmonton East, Edmonton—Leduc, Edmonton—St. Albert, Edmonton—Sherwood Park, Edmonton—Spruce Grove, Edmonton—Strathcona see Government spending by constituency—Edmonton constituencies

Education see Adult education; Colleges and universities; Early learning and child care programs and agreements; Federal enforcement officers; First Nations schools; Foreign credentials—Mentoring; Immigration and immigrants—Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC)—Language training for newcomers; Literacy; Public schools; Schools; Schools and GST; Skilled workers—Training; Student funding; Student loans; Students; Teachers

Education Benefits Act

C-383 (Wrzesnewskyj)

EFTA see Canada-EFTA Free Trade Agreement

Eglinton—Lawrence see Canada’s Economic Action Plan—Funding by constituency; Government spending by constituency

Elder Abuse Awareness Day

Establishing, M-50 (Charlton)

Elections see Dissolution

Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act

C-215 (Stoffer)

C-236 (Martin, T.)

C-270 (Jennings)

C-292 (Black)

C-317 (Martin, T.)

C-325 (Allen, Malcolm)

C-329 (Harris, R.)

C-330 (Van Kesteren)

C-374 (Bevington)

C-431 (Calandra)

Electoral districts see by name; see also Constituency name change; Government spending by constituency

Electoral reform

Public consultation, Referendum Act amendment, C-263 (Martin, P.)

See also Advance polls; Proportional representation

Electrical devices see Electric vehicles; Energy conservation—Energy-using products

Electric vehicles

And recharging units, promoting, through tax incentives, M-408 (Murray)

Electricity generation see Mercury—Emissions

Electromagnetic fields

Communications towers

For cellphones, Pointe-Claire QC, permits and health impact, Q-30 (Scarpaleggia)

Public hearings, on health effects, M-155 (Martin, K.)

Exposure levels, safety parameters, Health Department study, M-160 (Martin, K.)

Microwave emissions, health effects, independent assessment, M-310 (Martin, K.)

Electronic Commerce Protection Act

C-27

Electronic documents

Parliamentary offices, communications, use of online documents, reducing paper consumption, M-364 (Martin, K.)

See also Books—GST/HST elimination, Reading materials; Borders—Security measures; Corporate income tax—Income tax return; Electronic health records; Standing Orders of the House of Commons—SO 153 and 156

Electronic handheld devices

Use, while operating a motor vehicle, banning, C-461 (Duncan, L.)

Electronic health records

Canada Health Infoway Inc., payment, C-10

Electronic voting

House of Commons, implementing, M-170 (Martin, K.)

Elevators see Grain industry

Elimination of Racial and Religious Profiling Act

C-407 (Siksay)

Elmwood—Transcona see Government spending by constituency

eManifest see Borders—Security measures

Embassies and consulates

Diplomatic missions; budget cuts, personnel downsizing, closures, and number Q-371 (Rae)

Foreign missions, number and staffing, Q-620 (McTeague)

See also Health care—Canadians abroad; Spouses of foreign service employees

Emergencies see Firefighting services; Hazardous substances—Transportation; Pandemics; Search and rescue

Emergency debates

Other Business No. 4

See also Influenza A (H1N1) human swine flu; OC Transpo (Ottawa) strike; Sri Lanka—Situation

Emergency preparedness see Pandemics

Emergency service workers see Cold War—Medal; Emergency Services Appreciation Day; Support our Protective Services National Day of Appreciation; Volunteering and volunteers—Emergency services—Tax credit/deduction

Emergency Services Appreciation Day

Establishing, to honour police, firefighters, and ambulance workers, C-421 (Thibeault)

Emergency Services Appreciation Day Act

C-421 (Thibeault)

Emery, Marc

Extradition, to US, discussions, Q-427 (Davies, L.)

Emissions trading

Cap-and-trade system, North American, developing, M-287 (DeBellefeuille)

See also Carbon offsets; Greenhouse gas emissions

Employee benefits see Disability benefits; Employee benefits for transportation; Pensions—Private plans, Employer bankruptcy; Spouses of foreign service employees

Employee benefits for transportation

Income tax exemption

Commuter subsidies, for public transit/carpooling/bicycle, C-466 (Savoie)

Public transit passes, M-351 (Davies, L.)

Employment Equity Act

Evaluation; strategy for persons with disabilities and Aboriginal peoples; Federal Contractors Program, Q-261 (Minna)

Review, order of reference, Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities Standing Committee, Business Respecting Committees—Standing Committees

Employment insurance

Applicants, failing to qualify for benefits, Q-194 (Layton)

Applications, by women, part/full-time workers; causes and extended benefits, Q-594 (Minna)

Benefit period

And qualifying period

Departments, advice to minister; waiting period statistics, Q-84 (Savage)

New entrants/re-entrants, arm’s length relationships, and self-employed workers, C-308 (Lessard)

Based on regional rate of unemployment, C-233 (Godin)

Exhausted, number of recipients; government assistance/guidance, Q-195 (Layton)

Illness, extending benefit period to 30 weeks, C-316 (Black)

Length, increasing

For long-tenured workers, C-50

Methodology and timeframe; benefits recipients, numbers and exhaustees, Q-439 (Jennings)

Insurable weeks, calculation, C-234 (Godin)

Benefits

Increasing, improving accessibility, M-290 (Mathyssen)

Percentage of insurable earnings, C-242 (Godin)

Cheques/first payment, processing time, Q-242 (Cuzner)

Claim processing time, Q-94 (Savage)

Claims by constituency

Brampton West, Q-404 (Kania)

Don Valley East, Q-483 (Ratansi)

Vancouver East; waiting times, staffing, and costs, Q-428 (Davies, L.)

Vancouver Kingsway, Q-207 (Davies, D.)

Earnings, amounts not included: pensions, vacation pay, and severance pay, C-279 (Allen, Malcolm)

Economic regions

Changes, Q-108 (D’Amours)

Transitional measures, Q-609 (D’Amours)

Eligibility and benefits, expanding; eliminating waiting period, reducing qualifying period, including self-employed workers, and encouraging (re)training

Government action, Q-193 (Layton)

Supply Proceedings No. 3 (Charlton)

Extended employment insurance benefits (Pilot Project No. 10)

Ceasing, C-10

Recipients, by province/territory, 2008-09; training benefits, Q-172 (Andrews)

Farmers, benefits, calculating, M-426 (Atamanenko)

Premiums, proposed changes, cost to employees and employers, British Columbia, Q-560 (Fry)

Qualifying period and benefit calculation, C-280 (Hughes)

Self-employed workers, voluntary adhesion, for special benefits, incl. maternity, parental, adoption, sickness, and compassionate care leave, C-56

Closure invoked, Government Bills (Commons)

Resolution, third reading vote deemed taken, and request for cost-benefit monitoring program, esp. for Quebec, Other Business No. 5

Special benefits, for illness, injury, or quarantine; maximum period, extending

C-339 (Crête)

M-373 (Crête)

M-389 (Paquette)

Staffing, since June 2008; telephone service, Q-111 (Savage)

Strikes and lockouts (labour disputes); qualifying period

C-336 (André)

C-395 (André)

Waiting period

Claimants, finding new job; cost of elimination of period, Q-294 (Simms)

Elimination

C-241 (Ouellet)

C-244 (Gravelle)

C-344 (D’Amours)

See also Adoption—Parental leave; Artists—And authors; Canada Employment Insurance Financing Board; Canada’s Economic Action Plan—Second report; Care for family members; Employment insurance account; Older workers

Employment insurance account

Surplus, using to improve benefits, M-209 (Davies, L.)

See also Canada Employment Insurance Financing Board

Employment Insurance Act

C-10

C-50

C-56

C-217 (Stoffer)

C-233 (Godin)

C-234 (Godin)

C-241 (Ouellet)

C-242 (Godin)

C-243 (Godin)

C-244 (Gravelle)

C-279 (Allen, Malcolm)

C-280 (Hughes)

C-281 (Hughes)

C-308 (Lessard)

C-316 (Black)

C-318 (Martin, T.)

C-323 (D’Amours)

C-336 (André)

C-339 (Crête)

C-343 (Bonsant)

C-344 (D’Amours)

C-378 (Charlton)

C-395 (André)

C-413 (Julian)

C-476 (Marston)

C-542 (Brown, G.)

Employment insurance premiums see Employment insurance

Enabling Accessibility Fund

Applications, costs, and projects

Q-85 (Savage)

Q-582 (MacAulay)

Q-583 (MacAulay)

See also Wheelchairs

Ending Conditional Sentences for Property and Other Serious Crimes Act

C-42

Energy conservation

Electric lights, turning off, and retrofits, M-379 (Martin, K.)

Energy-using products, regulating: classification, standards, eco-labelling, and shipping; comparative progress reports, S-3

See also Consumer products—Energy efficiency; ecoAUTO Rebate Program; ecoMOBILITY program; Gasoline—Gasoline and diesel prices; Government property—Building retrofits—Buildings; Poverty—Combatting; Renewable energy and fuel

Energy drinks

Caffeinated (incl. alcoholic), regulating; health impacts (esp. for children), Q-40 (Duncan, K.)

Energy efficiency see instead Energy conservation

Energy Efficiency Act

S-3

Energy security

And climate change, Canada–United States discussions; policy, plans, and studies, Q-214 (Duncan, L.)

Defence policy, central component of, M-395 (Gallant)

Energy-using products see Energy conservation

English language see Immigration and immigrants—Language training for newcomers

Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation

Funds, lapsed and approved, P-11 (Cuzner)

Envirobus see Taxis—National Capital Region, Environment Department

Environment and Sustainable Development Standing Committee

Climate Change Accountability Act, Bill C-311 (Hyer)

Consideration of bill, extension of time, 2nd report, Business Respecting Committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports No. 10

Dividing bill, instruction to committee, motion (Davies, L.), Government Business No. 6

Motions (Routine Proceedings), Other Business No. 12

Species at Risk Act, review, order of reference, Business Respecting Committees—Standing Committees

Supplementary Estimates (B) 2009-2010, under Environment, 4th report, Supply Proceedings No. 10

Travel authority, Business Respecting Committees—Standing Committees

Environment Department

Prince Edward Island, employees, Q-330 (Murphy, S.)

Supplementary Estimates (B) 2009-2010, Supply Proceedings No. 10

See also Caribou—Woodland caribou and habitat; Taxis—National Capital Region

Environmental contamination

Environmental incidents, location, damage, wildlife affected, cleanup, contracts, and legal action, Q-287 (Siksay)

O’Connor, Dr. John; Fort Chipewyan cancer rate, oil sands discharge; government intervention, re Health Canada complaint to Alberta College of Physicians and Surgeons, Q-59 (Bevington)

See also Bisphenol A; Chalk River; Contaminated sites; Drinking water—Trichloroethylene; Fire retardants; Mercury; Ocean dumping; Oil spills; Phosphates; Pollution; Toxic waste

Environmental Damages Fund see Pollution—Offences

Environmental Enforcement Act

C-16

Environmental incidents see Environmental contamination

Environmental industries see Water treatment

Environmental protection

Federal lands and waters, healthy environment, decisions affecting; access to information, public participation and recourse, and whistleblower protection, C-469 (Duncan, L.)

National standards (harmonization), C-402 (Silva)

See also Bottom trawling/draggers; Burns Bog; Canada EcoTrust for Clean Air and Climate Change; Canadian Arctic sovereignty; Carbon offsets; Carbon sinks; Colombia; Corporate social responsibility in developing countries; Drinking water—Trichloroethylene; Electric vehicles; Emissions trading; Environment and Sustainable Development Standing Committee—Climate Change Accountability Act; Environmental contamination; Fire retardants; Fish habitat; Flathead River region, BC; Global warming; Greenhouse gas emissions; Hazardous substances—Transportation; Infrastructure—Green infrastructure fund; Jordan; Mercury; National Fish and Wildlife Heritage Commission; Ocean dumping; Oil spills; Ottawa River; Pacific fisheries—Decline in stocks; Packaging; Peru; Phosphates; Pollution; Renewable energy and fuel; Toxic waste; Vehicle emissions; Vehicle maintenance and repair; Watersheds; Wildlife conservation

Environmental Violations Administrative Monetary Penalties Act

C-16

Epilepsy see Purple Day (epilepsy)

Episodic disabilities see Canada Pension Plan

Equal opportunities for women

Action plan for women: development, funding, and consultations, Q-92 (Mathyssen)

See also Gender-based analysis; Pay equity; United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women; Women's ski jumping

Equalization formula

Amendment, unilateral, renouncing; Hydro-Québec revenues, Supply Proceedings No. 3 (Laforest)

Payments, 2009-2010, C-10

Provincial fiscal capacity, C-10

Equinox see Nowruz Day

Equipment and machinery see Customs tariff

Eritrea see International development and aid—Africa, Horn of Africa

e-Security see Internet—e-Commerce

Estimates, 2008-2009, Supplementary (B)

C-12

Supply Proceedings No. 2

Estimates, 2008-2009, Supplementary (C)

C-21

Supply Proceedings No. 4

Estimates, 2009-2010, Main

C-48

Supply Proceedings No. 5

See also Vote 35—Government accountability

Estimates, 2009-2010, Supplementary (A)

C-49

Supply Proceedings No. 8

Estimates, 2009-2010, Supplementary (B)

C-64

Supply Proceedings No. 10

Ethanol see Vehicle emissions—Gasoline

Ethical standards see Bribery; Corporate social responsibility in developing countries; Pensions—Pension plan investments

Ethics Commissioner see Senate—Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner

Ethiopia

Mideksa, Birtukan; political prisoner, freeing, M-334 (Julian)

See also International development and aid—Africa, Horn of Africa

European Free Trade Association see Canada-EFTA Free Trade Agreement

European Union see Seal products

Euthanasia

And physician-assisted suicide, decriminalization; right to die with dignity, C-384 (Lalonde)

Excise Act, 2001

C-10

Excise tax see Excise Tax Act; Gasoline; Goods and services tax (GST); Harmonized Sales Tax; Infrastructure—Municipal

Excise Tax Act

C-10

C-62

Proceedings on bill, legislative stages, Government Business No. 8 (closure invoked)

Ways and Means No. 11

C-203 (Stoffer)

C-206 (Dewar)

C-220 (Stoffer)

C-282 (Murphy, S.)

C-283 (Murphy, S.)

C-341 (Wasylycia-Leis)

C-350 (Stoffer)

C-364 (Murray)

C-382 (Wasylycia-Leis)

C-403 (Silva)

C-459 (Atamanenko)

C-480 (Allen, Malcolm)

Goods and services tax and harmonized sales tax (GST/HST), Ways and Means No. 3

Executive compensation see Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL); Charitable organizations; Performance pay and bonuses

Exotic dancers see Foreign workers—Work permit

Expanded Voting Opportunities Act

C-40

Expenditure Restraint Act

C-10

Expert Panel on Accountability Mechanisms for Gender Equality see Gender-based analysis

Expert panels

Created by Minister of Finance; number, members, meetings, conclusions, and compensation, Q-196 (Rafferty)

Expert Review Panel on Medical Isotope Production

Members, meetings, mandate, consultations, and recommendations; Dr. A. MacEwan, role, Q-633 (Bennett)

See also Radioisotopes

Expert witnesses

For trials, preparation and response time, increasing, C-31

Expiry date see instead Durable life date

Export and Import Permits Act

C-23

C-24

Export Development Act

C-10

C-298 (Dewar)

C-300 (McKay)

Export Development Canada

Financing for businesses, increased, C-10

See also Government loans—Canada Account

Exports see Asbestos—Ban; Bulk water; Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement; Foreign trade zone; Forest products industry—British Columbia—Raw log exports; Genetically modified organisms—Seeds; International trade; Seal products—European Union; State trading enterprises—WTO negotiations; United States Department of Agriculture; Water resources—Policy on access; Water treatment—Environmental industries

Extended Employment Insurance Benefits Pilot (Pilot Project 10) see Employment insurance

Extractive sector see Mining industry; Oil and gas

Extradition see Emery, Marc

Extradition Act

C-247 (Kramp)

Extraterritorial Activities of Canadian Businesses and Entities Act

C-438 (Deschamps)

Eyking, Hon. Mark (Lib.—Sydney—Victoria)

Government appointments, Q-251

Postal services, Supply Proceedings No. 9

Written questions, Q-251

 

F

Faille, Meili (BQ—Vaudreuil—Soulanges)

Performance pay and bonuses, Q-109

Replacement workers, M-294

Shared Systems Initiative, Q-70

Written questions, Q-70, Q-109

Failure to stop at scene of accident

Offence and penalties, minimum sentences, C-261 (Martin, P.)

Faint hope clause

Life imprisonment; review of parole ineligibility, repealing section, C-332 (Kramp)

Murder/high treason, early parole, ending, C-36

Fair Wages and Hours of Labour Act see Working hours, terms and conditions

Fairness for the Self-Employed Act

C-56

Resolution, third reading vote deemed taken, Other Business No. 5

Falconbridge Limited

Sale, to Xsastra, agreement with government, releasing/publishing

C-490 (Gravelle)

P-4 (Gravelle)

Falconbridge Limited Acquisition Act

C-490 (Gravelle)

Family breakdown see First Nations reserves—Family homes

Family Farm Cost-of-Production Protection Act

C-264 (Martin, P.)

Family farms see Farming and farmers

Family homes see First Nations reserves; Home ownership

Family Homes on Reserves and Matrimonial Interests or Rights Act

C-8

Family-related leave see Care for family members—Employment insurance benefits

Family reunification see Immigrant sponsorship

Farm Improvement and Marketing Cooperatives Loans Act

C-29 

Farm Improvement Loans Act

Repeal, C-29

Farmers see Farming and Farmers

Farmer’s Day

Establishing, M-40 (Julian)

Farming and farmers

Agriculture, international agreements, C-2

Family farm production costs, government assistance, C-264 (Martin, P.)

Loans, guaranteed, incl. beginning farmers; marketing cooperatives; and intergenerational transfer of farms, C-29

Study, by Guy Lauzon, on trends and attracting youth to agriculture, Q-296 (Easter)

Support programs

Canadian Agricultural Income Stabilization (CAIS) and AgriStability, 2003-07, applications and payments, Q-145 (Atamanenko)

Exclusion of large companies, C-479 (Miller)

See also Animal rights and welfare—Funding—Transportation of animals; Employment insurance—Farmers; Canola; Genetic use restriction technologies; Genetically modified organisms; Grain industry; Meat and livestock industry; Payment security program; Pesticides; Potato farming; State trading enterprises—WTO negotiations; United States Department of Agriculture 

Fast, Ed (CPC—Abbotsford)

Borders, M-289, M-378, M-391

Packaging, M-390

Federal Courts Act

C-7

C-354 (Julian)

Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario)

Applications, transfers to/from other agencies, program funding, and administrative costs, Q-517 (Valeriote)

Funding strategy and consultations, Q-518 (Valeriote),

Office leases, operating budgets, and administrative costs; relationship to other programs, Q-516 (Valeriote)

Operating expenses, dates, staff, and salaries, Q-515 (Valeriote)

Role, implications for FedNor, Q-83 (Gravelle)

Studies, funding, consultations, and scope, Q-115 (Pearson)

Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario (FedNor)

Applications, approved/not processed, and program funding

Q-174 (Martin, T.)

Q-246 (Rota)

Budget and programs, 2006-09, by constituency; definition of “Northern Ontario”; job creation, Q-149 (Gravelle)

Infrastructure spending, Budget 2009, Q-82 (Gravelle)

See also Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario)—Role

Federal enforcement officers

Death, in line of duty, education benefits for surviving spouses and children, C-383 (Wrzesnewskyj)

See also Racial and religious profiling—Eliminating; Royal Canadian Mounted Police; Shiprider Project

Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act

C-10

Federal-provincial-territorial fiscal relations see Apprenticeships—Government plans; Building Canada Fund; Building Canada plan; Community Adjustment Fund; Early learning and child care programs and agreements—Transfers; Equalization formula; Firefighting services—Equipment; Income trusts—2011 tax; Nova Scotia

Federal-provincial-territorial relations see Canadian Securities Commission—Intrusion; Civil and human rights—United Nations conventions; Early learning and child care programs and agreements; Equalization formula; Foreign credentials—Skilled workers; Health policy—Public health goals; Highways—Northwest Territories; Interprovincial trade; Job Creation Partnerships; Long-term care—National guidelines; National Organ Donor Registry; Pharmacare; Wildlife conservation

Federal Student Work Experience Program

Employers (i.e. federal agencies), students hired; costs and details per constituency since 2006, Q-91 (Bagnell)

Federal Sustainable Development Act

S-216 (Woodworth), Private Members’ Bills (Senate)

FedNor see instead Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario

Fees see Automated teller machines; Banks and banking; Credit cards—Interchange/merchant fees; Immigration and immigrants—Application and processing fees—Head tax; Passports; Permanent resident status; Physical activity; United States Department of Agriculture

Feminine hygiene products

Goods and services tax, removal, C-341 (Wasylycia-Leis)

Ferries

BC ferries, part of Trans-Canada Highway, M-148 (Martin, K.)

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder

Funding/programming, restoring, Supply Proceedings No. 7 (Bennett)

Filipino Canadians

Contributions; anniversary of Philippine independence, recognition, M-54 (Wasylycia-Leis)

See also Live-in caregivers

Finance Department

Main Estimates 2009-2010, Supply Proceedings No. 5

Supplementary Estimates (A) 2009-2010, Supply Proceedings No. 8

See also Gender-based analysis—Treasury Board and Finance Department; Government contracts—By agency/department, Under $10,000

Finance Minister see Expert panels

Finance Standing Committee

Main Estimates 2009-2010, under Finance, extension of consideration, Supply Proceedings No. 5

Membership changes, and Oct. 1 organization meeting, Business Respecting Committees—Standing Committees

Pre-budget consultations, report, extension of deadline, Business Respecting Committees—Standing Committees

Televising meetings, order, Business Respecting Committees—Standing Committees

Travel authority, Business Respecting Committees—Standing Committees

Financial Administration Act

C-10

C-23

C-24

C-51 

C-57

C-213 (Stoffer)

Financial advisors see Tax-Free Savings Account—TV commercials

Financial Consumer Agency of Canada see Banks and banking—Fees

Financial Consumer Agency of Canada Act

C-10

Financial literacy

Government programs and spending, Budget 2009 initiative, Q-182 (McTeague)

Financial services industries see Automated teller machines; Banks and banking; Credit; Insurance; Loans

Financial statements see Auditors

Findlay, Martha Hall see instead Hall Findlay, Martha

Fines see Pollution—Offences; Sentencing; Wildlife conservation—Poaching and smuggling

Fingerprinting

And photography, of persons in custody, streamlining process, C-31

Fire retardants

Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs), products, ban, M-26 (Julian)

Fire safety

National Building Code, amending/reviewing, for firefighter/first responder safety

Code development process, Canadian Commission on Building and Fire Codes accreditation, M-448 (Angus)

M-419 (Mathyssen)

Sprinkling systems, new housing, mandatory, M-330 (Black)

Statistics; national office, establishing

M-96 (Mathyssen)

M-249 (Angus)

Firearms

Legislation and regulation, review, independent panel, broad consultation, M-415 (Angus)

Prohibited or restricted, use in drive-by and reckless shootings, assault against peace officers, C‑14

Registry

Amnesty, on gun control requirements, not extending, Supply Proceedings No. 7 (Ménard, S.)

Elimination for non-restricted and non-prohibited weapons (i.e. long guns for hunting)

And Auditor General cost-benefit analysis, C-301 (Breitkreuz)

C-391 (Hoeppner)

Repositories, establishing, in cities, M-333 (Karygiannis)

See also Border officials—Arming; Drive-by shootings; Firearms Act; Peace officers—Aggravated assault

Firearms Act

C-15

C-301 (Breitkreuz)

C-391 (Hoeppner)

Report on administration of act, submission to Public Safety Canada and Minister, and tabling in House, Q-612 (Simson)

Firearms registry see Firearms

Firefighters

Assault on, penalties, C-405 (Silva)

Canada Pension Plan benefits, M-418 (Mathyssen)

Deaths, preventing; investigating causes, making recommendations

M-367 (Davies, L.)

M-420 (Mathyssen)

M-449 (Angus)

See also Firefighting services; Fire safety—National Building Code; Public safety officers; Volunteering and volunteers—Emergency services—Tax credit/deduction, Emergency services workers; World Police & Fire Games

Firefighting services

Airports, improved standards, M-201 (Davies, L.)

Equipment; federal funding to provinces, territories, and municipalities; Joint Emergency Preparedness Program, Q-37 (Casey)

First Nations see Aboriginal various entries; Akwesasne; Broadband for Rural and Northern Development Pilot Program; Cadets; Cree of Quebec; Government contracts—Indian Affairs Department; Health care; Indian Act; Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement; Maa-nulth First Nations Final Agreement; National Parole Board—Cultural sensitivity; Oil and gas—First Nations—Licences; Pacific fisheries—Salmon stock; Pacific North Coast Integrated Management Area—Process; Tuna; Veterans—Aboriginals

First Nations and Inuit Tobacco Control Strategy

Funding cuts, reasons; new strategy, Q-7 (Wasylycia-Leis)

First Nations bands

Economic development

Database, of consultants and managers, compiling, M-159 (Martin, K.)

Investment fund, establishing, M-169 (Martin, K.)

Newfoundland, Mi’kmaq band, enrolment, Q-615 (Foote)

Third party management, Northern Ontario bands, esp. Gull Bay First Nation; contracts with LTL Construction, Shuniah Financial Services, or Mekena Project Management Group, Q-65 (Angus)

See also Cree of Quebec—Cree Regional Authority

First Nations Certainty of Land Title Act

C-63

First Nations Children’s Health Protection Act

C-249 (Martin, P.)

First Nations Commercial and Industrial Development Act

C-63

First Nations reserves

Commercial real estate development, enabling, C-63

Family homes; enabling band laws for matrimonial property rights, in event of death or marital breakdown, C-8

See also Akwesasne; Environmental contamination—O’Connor; First Nations schools; Government contracts—Indian Affairs Department; Meat and livestock industry—Flood; Mobile homes; Social housing

First Nations schools

Attawapiskat and others

Government funding and plans, Q‑51 (Angus)

Schools and drinking water facilities, health and safety, and construction and upgrades, according to constituency and party, Q-77 (Angus)

On-reserve, projects, 1999-2009, by constituency; press releases, Q-81 (Crowder)

See also Aboriginal residential schools; Government contracts—Indian Affairs Department; Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement

First Nations Veterans Compensation Act

C-358 (Rafferty)

First-Time Home Buyers’ Tax Credit

Creation

And consequential amendments to other tax credit provisions, C-51 

Ways and Means No. 9

Ways and Means No. 2

See also Home ownership—First-time buyers; Home Buyers’ Plan

Fiscal policy see Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation—Exposure to loss

Fish see Aquaculture; Atlantic fisheries; Bottom trawling/draggers; Fish habitat; Food labelling—Seafood; Pacific fisheries; Sockeye salmon; Tuna

Fish farming see instead Aquaculture

Fish habitat

Forestry, practices affecting spawning beds; provincial codes (esp. BC), changing, M-315 (Martin, K.)

See also Bottom trawling/draggers; Environmental contamination; Ottawa River; Pacific fisheries—Decline in stocks; Toxic waste

Fish Labelling Act

C-347 (Davies, D.)

Fisheries Act

C-219 (Stoffer)

Fisheries and fishers see Aquaculture; Atlantic fisheries; Bottom trawling/draggers; Fish habitat; Fisheries and Oceans Department; Food labelling—Seafood; Indian Brook Fisheries Inc.; Lobsters; National Hunting, Trapping and Fishing Heritage Day; Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization; Pacific fisheries; Pacific North Coast Integrated Management Area; Sockeye salmon; Tuna

Fisheries and Oceans Department

Atlantic fishery products, funding for marketing, Q-326 (LeBlanc)

Inland fisheries regulations, application of, Trans-Labrador Highway area, Q-661 (Russell)

Main Estimates 2009-2010, referred to Committee of the Whole, Supply Proceedings No. 5

Supplementary Estimates (B) 2008-2009, Supply Proceedings No. 2

West coast, department, responsible for BC fisheries, M-314 (Martin, K.)

See also Press releases

Fisheries and Oceans Standing Committee

Main Estimates 2009-2010, under Fisheries and Oceans, deemed withdrawn, Supply Proceedings No. 5

Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization, convention amendment, 8th report, Business Respecting Committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports No. 15

Seal hunt methods, endorsing, 4th report, Business Respecting Committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports No. 6

Supplementary Estimates (B) 2008-2009, under Fisheries and Oceans, 1st report, Supply Proceedings No. 2

Travel authority, Business Respecting Committees—Standing Committees

Fishing licences see Lobsters

Fitness see Bicycles; Cycling; Participation Activity and Limitation Survey; Physical activity

Flag Day

Holiday, establishing, C-313 (Julian)

Flaherty, Jim (Minister of Finance) see Expert panels

Flathead River region, BC

Mining, cross-border pollution threat, and International Joint Commission reference, Q-466 (Julian)

Flax farming see Genetically modified organisms—Approval process, Reviewing

Fleeing see Flight offence

Fleischer, Ari see Government contracts—US public relations experts

Flight offence

Fleeing a province or territory in order to avoid prosecution, C-31

See also Fugitives

Floods see Meat and livestock industry

Flu see Influenza A (H1N1) human swine flu; Pandemics—Influenza

Folco, Raymonde (Lib.—Laval—Les Îles)

Canada Pension Plan, C-295

Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), Q-409, Q-410

Care for family members, M-306

International development and aid, Q-411, Q-412

Mandatory age of retirement, C-481

Personal income tax, C-296

Written questions, Q-409, Q-410, Q-411, Q-412

Food and beverage manufacturing industry see Bisphenol A—Prohibition; Bottled water; Durable life date; Energy drinks; Food labelling; Food safety; Trans fats; United States Department of Agriculture; Warning labels

Food and Drugs Act

C-251 (Martin, P.)

C-324 (Julian)

C-370 (Atamanenko)

C-377 (Gagnon)

C-393 (Wasylycia-Leis)

S-208 (Preston), Private Members’ Bills (Senate)

Food cooperatives see Cooperatives

Food labelling

Country of origin labelling, mandatory

C-346 (Davies, D.)

M-269 (Jennings)

Meat and poultry, for genetically modified organisms, pesticides, hormones, antibiotics, and slaughterhouse waste, C-205 (Dewar)

Seafood, farmed or wild, identification, C-347 (Davies, D.)

See also Durable life date; Energy drinks; Genetically modified organisms; Pet food—Safety and nutrition; Warning labels

Food Mail Program

Proposed changes; impact, consultations, and publicity, Q-278 (Crowder)

Food products see Durable life date; Energy drinks; Food various entries; Genetically modified organisms; Inborn errors of metabolism—Low-protein food products; Meat and livestock industry; Pet food; Trans fats; Warning labels

Food Products Labelling Act

C-205 (Dewar)

Food safety

Imports, standards, setting, M-427 (Atamanenko)

See also Bisphenol A; Bottled water; Canada Foodborne Illness Outbreak Response Protocol; Canola—Genetic use restriction; Consumer products—Safety; Durable life date; Energy drinks; Food labelling; Genetically modified organisms; Listeria (listeriosis); Pet food; Trans fats; Warning labels

Foodborne Illness Outbreak Response Protocol see Canada Foodborne Illness Outbreak Response Protocol

Football

Canadian professional football, protecting; banning foreign league intrusion and Canadian franchises outside Canada, C-423 (Julian)

Foote, Judy (Lib.—Random—Burin—St. George’s)

First Nations bands, Q-615

Green Infrastructure Fund, Q-682

Search and rescue, M-346

Small craft harbours, Q-379

Veterans, Q-281

Written questions, Q-281, Q-379, Q-615, Q-682

Forced Labour Convention see International Labour Organization—Conventions; Workers’ rights—International Labour Organization

Ford Canada

Talbotville ON plant, cutbacks, M-98 (Mathyssen)

Foreign Affairs and International Development Standing Committee

Bahá'i community in Iran, arrests and persecution, 4th report, Business Respecting Committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports No. 4

Canada in Afghanistan, 1st report (10th report, 39-2), Business Respecting Committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports No. 9

Consideration of Bill C-300 (McKay), extension of time, 7th report, Business Respecting Committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports No. 11

Khadr, Omar; 3rd report, supporting findings of 7th report (39-2), Business Respecting Committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports No. 2

Travel authority, Business Respecting Committees—Standing Committees

Foreign Affairs and International Trade Department

Employees, here and abroad, Q-584 (Rae)

Free trade agreements, departmental spending, Q-440 (Jennings)

Name change, to Department of Peace, M-107 (Martin, P.)

See also Peace Department

Performance report, 2007-08, item details, Q-388 (Brison)

Program Activity 3 International Commerce, as per performance reports, actual and planned spending, Q-389 (Brison)

Salaries, Q-548 (Rae)

Spending, on language training, telecommunications devices, and moving, for diplomats posted outside Canada, Q-549 (Rae)

See also Embassies and consulates; Health care—Canadians abroad; Hospitality—And travel expenses; Khadr, Omar; Spouses of foreign service employees; Torture—Information obtained

Foreign aid see instead International development and aid

Foreign Credential Recognition Act

C-425 (Dewar)

Foreign credentials

International treaties, for mutual recognition of educational and professional credentials, M-457 (Davies, D.)

Mentoring/training immigrants, to be integrated into workforce/public service, M-179 (Dewar)

Professionals, integrating into labour market; national/provincial standards, trust fund, C-425 (Dewar)

Skilled workers/tradespeople, certification, federal-provincial-territorial program, M-381 (Martin, K.)

See also Live-in caregivers—Permanent resident status

Foreign debt

Owed to Canada, by seven countries, Q-681 (Goodale)

Foreign investments

Encouraging; national security considerations, C-10

In Canadian companies, undertakings and demands, publishing, C-488 (Gravelle)

Public hearings, M-69 (Masse)

See also Corporate social responsibility in developing countries; Falconbridge Limited; Inco Ltd.; Olympic Games winter 2010—Uniforms and clothing; Tax evasion—Liechtenstein LGT Group; Uranium

Foreign ownership see instead Foreign investments

Foreign policy see Canada-United States relations; China—Canada-China relations; International relations; Iran—Sanctions

Foreign service see Spouses of foreign service employees

Foreign trade see instead International trade

Foreign trade zone

Made in Canada exports, Export Distribution Centre model (GST/HST tax free), M-272 (Hoeppner)

Study, by International Trade Standing Committee, M-296 (Hoeppner)

Foreign workers

Migrant workers and ghost consultants, Citizenship and Immigration Standing Committee, 8th report, Business Respecting Committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports No. 14

Work permit, refusing, to workers vulnerable to exploitation/abuse, for public policy considerations, C-45

See also Canada–Colombia Agreement on Labour Cooperation; Canada–Peru Agreement on Labour Cooperation; Foreign credentials; Immigration policy—Domestic workers; Live-in caregivers; Sweatshops; Temporary Foreign Worker Program; Temporary resident status

Forest fires see Forest products industry—British Columbia

Forest products industry

British Columbia, exports to Asia/to US, action and spending on mountain pine beetle, forest fire prevention, Q-24 (Fry)

Government assistance

Budget 2009, programs, FPInnovations and others, Q-325 (Hyer)

Loan guarantees, countering US Black liquor subsidy, convening summit, Supply Proceedings No. 7 (Rafferty)

Province of Quebec; plan, renovation of public buildings, Supply Proceedings No. 3 (Bouchard)

Tax credits, loans, and loan guarantees, Supply Proceedings No. 9 (Guimond, C.)

Raw log exports, curtailment, M-3 (Julian)

See also Black liquor subsidy; Canada-United States Softwood Lumber Agreement; Fish habitat; Industrial sector crisis; Mountain pine beetle; Wood; Woodlots

Forestry see Carbon sinks—Preserving; Fish habitat; Forest products industry; Industrial sector crisis

Forgery

Exemption, when done at behest of government agency, S-4

Fossil fuels

Supplies and peaking of production, Q-631 (Cullen)

Foundations

Accountability, external auditor, appointment of Auditor General, M-18 (Julian)

Excess corporate holdings, C-10

See also Tzu Chi Foundation

Framework Agreement on Integrated Cross-Border Maritime Law Enforcement Operations between the Government of Canada and the Government of the United States of America

Enacting, C-60

Francophonie see Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)—African and Francophonie countries; International development and aid—Africa

Fraser River see Aquaculture—Legislation; Sockeye salmon

Fraud see Computer crime—Telecommunications; White collar crime

Free Public Transit for Seniors Act

C-449 (Proulx)

Free trade see Canada-EFTA Free Trade Agreement; Colombia; Foreign Affairs and International Trade Department; Foreign trade zone; Jordan; North American Free Trade Agreement; Peru

Freedom of religion see instead Religious rights

Freedom of speech see Galloway, George

French language see Immigration and immigrants—Language training for newcomers; Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada—Proceedings in French; Official languages policy—Quebec; Supreme Court of Canada—Judges

Friendly fire see Afghanistan—Canadian mission

Fry, Hon. Hedy (Lib.—Vancouver Centre)

Culture and creativity, Q-25

Cyberbullying, C-355

Employment insurance, Q-560

Forest products industry, Q-24

Mountain pine beetle, Q-561

O’Connor, Hon. Gordon, Q-562

Pacific fisheries, Q-26

Sockeye salmon, Q-559

Sports helmets, C-289

Written questions, Q-24, Q-25, Q-26, Q-559, Q-560, Q-561, Q-562

Fuel-efficient vehicles see Automotive industry—Canadian production; ecoAUTO Rebate Program; Renewable energy and fuel—Alternative fuels; Vehicle maintenance and repair

Fuel oil

Goods and services tax, removal, C-203 (Stoffer)

Fugitives

Transportation, of accused persons for prosecution, national system, M-328 (Black)

See also Flight offence

Funding see Government expenditures; Government funding announcements; Government spending by constituency and particular subjects

Funeral and Burial Program see Veterans

Funerals see Deaths and funerals; Veterans

Fur industry see Dog or cat fur

Future Multilateral Cooperation, Convention on see Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization

 

G

G8 and G20

Resolution, London meetings, issues (esp. poverty), Other Business No. 5

Gagetown see CFB Gagetown

Gagnon, Christiane (BQ—Québec)

Child sexual abuse and exploitation, C-376

Drinking water

C-419

M-338

Q-49

Durable life date, C-377

Thibault, Lise, Q-343

Valcartier Military Base Act, C-419

Written questions, Q-49, Q-343

Gallant, Cheryl (CPC—Renfrew—Nipissing—Pembroke)

Energy security, M-395

Galloway, George

British MP, ban, lifting, respecting free speech principle, M-343 (Chow)

Gambling see Pari-mutuel betting

Gangs see Organized crime

Garneau, Marc (Lib.—Westmount—Ville-Marie)

Automotive industry, Q-601

Children’s Commissioner of Canada, C-418

Children’s Commissioner of Canada Act, C-418

Intellectual property, Q-600

National Science Advisor, Supply Proceedings No. 3

Research, Supply Proceedings No. 3

Strategic Aerospace and Defence Initiative, Q-602

Written questions, Q-600, Q-601, Q-602

Gas Tax Fund

Municipal infrastructure; federal assistance, gasoline excise tax, no matching requirement, Supply Proceedings No. 3 (Kennedy)

Municipal tax share, doubling, M-149 (Martin, K.)

See also Public transit—Projects and funding

Gasoline

Excise tax, linked to crude oil price, M-146 (Martin, K.)

Gasoline and diesel prices, energy efficiency, government measures, Q-14 (Sgro)

See also Gas Tax Fund; Oil and Gas Ombudsman; Renewable energy and fuel—Alternative fuels; Vehicle emissions

Gasoline price-fixing inquiry see Competition—Commissioner of Competition

Gateways and Border Crossings Fund see Building Canada plan—Projects

Gatineau constituency see Economic stimulus—Projects

Gatineau Park

Boundaries, establishing, and National Capital Commission role in ecological integrity, C-37

Role of park, boundaries, and acquisition of private land, C-367 (Dewar)

Gatineau QC see Government property—National Capital Region; Public service and public servants—Jobs

Gays and lesbians

And bisexuals and transgendered people

Declaration of Montreal, adopting, M-256 (Siksay)

Rights violations, in other countries, Q-480 (Cotler)

See also Canadian Forces—Personnel discharged; Immigration policy—Domestic workers; Refugees—Claimants; Sexual discrimination; Yogyakarta Principles

Gender-based analysis

Commissioner, proposed, to study government budgets and policy, M-282 (Neville)

Legislation, to implement recommendations of federal Expert Panel on Accountability Mechanisms for Gender Equality, M-281 (Neville)

Treasury Board and Finance Department, policies and measures, Q-592 (Neville)

See also Pay equity

Gender equality see Afghanistan—Family law legislation; Equal opportunities for women; Gender-based analysis; Hate propaganda—Sex; Pay equity

Gender identity and gender expression see Sexual discrimination

Generic drugs see Drugs and pharmaceuticals; Pharmacare

Genetic information

Discrimination, protecting against, M-444 (Wasylycia-Leis)

Genetic use restriction technologies

 “Terminator technology” seeds (variety-genetic use restriction technologies (V-GURTS)), imports, banning, C-353 (Atamanenko)

See also Canola; Genetically modified organisms

Genetically modified organisms

Alfalfa, general prohibition, M-362 (Atamanenko)

Animals, approval process, guidelines, M-219 (Davies, L.)

Approval process

Food or feed, M-215 (Davies, L.)

Reviewing, to avoid crises such as flax farmers’, M-461 (Atamanenko)

Aquaculture, moratorium, M-218 (Davies, L.)

Environmental impact, national research program, M-221 (Davies, L.)

Food biotechnology products, testing, burden of proof, M-217 (Davies, L.)

Food labelling, government lists, C-370 (Atamanenko)

Food uses, studying, creation of agency, M-214 (Davies, L.)

Plants, research data, public disclosure, M-220 (Davies, L.)

Seeds, analysis of potential harm to export markets, C-474 (Atamanenko)

Testing, public consultations, M-216 (Davies, L.)

Wheat; testing, release, and imports, banning, M-405 (Atamanenko)

See also Canola; Food labelling—Meat and poultry; Genetic use restriction technologies

Genocide

Definition and usage of term; government actions, obligations, and policy, Q-331 (Duncan, K.)

Obligation to prevent/incitement to commit, government policy; Iran, violation of Geneva Convention, Q-363 (Cotler)

See also Armenian Genocide Memorial Day; Bosnia and Herzegovina Tribute Week; Darfur; Deportation—And denaturalization; Greek Pontians; Holocaust; Iran—Incitement to genocide; Srebrenica Remembrance Day; Sri Lanka; Sudan; Ukrainian Holodomor (Genocide); Victims of crime—Lawsuits; Wallenberg, Raoul

Germs see Health—Human pathogens and toxins

Ghost consultants see Foreign workers—Migrant workers and ghost consultants

Gifts see Charitable donations

Global warming

Copenhagen climate summit, December 2009

Canadian commitments, Supply Proceedings No. 9 (Bigras)

Canadian delegation

Members, criteria, and budget; plans and goals, stakeholder role, and costs of response vis-à-vis climate change, Q-646 (Duncan, K.)

Participants and costs, government action and plans, Q-528 (Murray)

Economic costs to Canada, esp. from sea level changes, as per Natural Resources Department report, Q-643 (Bagnell)

Greenhouse gas emissions, reducing and regulating, as per United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, incl. Kyoto Protocol; National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy, role, C‑311 (Hyer)

Deemed reported without amendment, concurred in, read third time, and passed, Supply Proceedings No. 9 (Hyer)

Dividing bill, instruction to Environment and Sustainable Development Standing Committee, motion (Davies, L.), Government Business No. 6

Motions (Routine Proceedings), Other Business No. 12

Impact on populations; class of environmental refugees, establishing, M-114 (Bagnell)

Oil sands development, moratorium; sustainable development and renewable energy strategy, North American cap and trade system, Supply Proceedings No. 3 (Cullen)

Permafrost thawing, infrastructure damage in territories, costs and government measures; Mackenzie Valley pipeline project impact, Q-645 (Bagnell)

Working group, establishing, to study damages and costs, M-321 (Roy)

See also Canada EcoTrust for Clean Air and Climate Change; Carbon offsets; Carbon sinks; Environment and Sustainable Development Standing Committee—Climate Change Accountability Act; Energy conservation; Energy security—And climate change; Greenhouse gas emissions; Security

GO Trains see Government advertising—Canada’s Economic Action Plan

Godin, Yvon (NDP—Acadie—Bathurst)

Employment insurance, C-233, C-234, C-242

Employment Insurance Act, C-243

Government spending by constituency, Q-188

Supreme Court of Canada, C-232

Transportation infrastructure, Q-189

Written questions, Q-188, Q-189

Golden nematode see Plant diseases—Phytosanitary management

Goldring, Peter (CPC—Edmonton East)

Nunavut, M-467

Good Humanitarian Donorship see Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)—International humanitarian assistance directorate

Goodale, Hon. Ralph (Lib.—Wascana)

Allotted days, Supply Proceedings No. 7  

Foreign debt, Q-681

Government advertising, Q-568, Q-569, Q-570, Q-571

Non-confidence motions, Supply Proceedings No. 3

Written questions, Q-568, Q-569, Q-570, Q-571, Q-681

Goods and services tax (GST)

Direct selling industry, simplified tax calculation, Ways and Means No. 3

See also Bicycles; Books; Carbon offsets—Products; Deaths and funerals; Feminine hygiene products; Foreign trade zone; Fuel oil; Harmonization of GST and PST; Home care services; New Housing Rebate Program; Poppies; Poverty—Reducing; Renewable energy and fuel—Alternative fuels; Schools and GST; Social housing

Government accountability

Federal departments and crown corporations, quarterly financial reports, requiring, C-51 

Government records, access to (i.e. open government), conditions and restrictions, C-326 (Martin, P.)

International treaties, Canada’s obligations, periodic reporting to Parliament, C-297 (Dewar)

See also Allotted days—Formula; Lapsed funds; National security—Joint committee; Vote 35

Government advertising

And web design, printing, backdrops, and staff, government spending, Q-392 (Bains)

Campaigns; departments and companies, objectives, costs, and results, Q-361 (Julian)

Canada’s Economic Action Plan

Alberta

Magazines, Q-539 (Crombie)

Radio, Q-542 (Crombie)

And Home Renovation Tax Credit, Q-442 (Simson)

British Columbia

Magazines, Q-533 (Martin, K.)

Radio, Q-534 (Martin, K.)

Companies, media, costs

Q-129 (Hall Findlay)

Q-673 (Hall Findlay)

GO Trains (Ontario), Q-521 (McTeague)

Manitoba, magazines, Q-588 (Dryden)

New Brunswick

Magazines, Q-587 (Dryden)

Television, Q-536 (LeBlanc)

Newfoundland and Labrador, magazines, Q-586 (Dryden)

Nova Scotia, newspapers, Q-541 (Crombie)

Print advertising, by province, Q-666 (Kania)

Quebec, television, Q-540 (Crombie)

Saskatchewan

Magazines, Q-568 (Goodale)

Newspapers, Q-570 (Goodale)

Radio, Q-569 (Goodale)

Television, Q-571 (Goodale)

Signs, Q-675 (Coady)

Television, radio, and other non-print, by province, Q-667 (Kania)

Yukon, Nunavut, and NWT, Q-488 (Bagnell)

H1N1 pandemic

Print advertising, by province, Q-669 (Kania)

Television, radio, and other non-print, Q-668 (Kania)

Newspapers and magazines, government spending, Q-387 (Brison)

Radio and television, government spending

In 2006, by agency/department

Q-490 (Brison)

Q-491 (Brison)

Q-492 (Brison)

Q-493 (Brison)

Q-494 (Cuzner)

Q-495 (Cuzner)

Q-496 (Cuzner)

Q-497 (Cuzner)

Q-511 (Regan)

Q-512 (Regan)

In 2007, by agency/department

Q-508 (Savage)

Q-509 (Savage)

Q-519 (Mendes)

Q-520 (Mendes)

Q-522 (Murphy, S.)

Q-523 (Murphy, S.)

Q-524 (Murphy, S.)

Q-525 (Murphy, S.)

Q-530 (Sgro)

In 2008, by agency/department

Q-531 (Sgro)

Q-532 (Sgro)

Q-537 (LeBlanc)

Q-543 (Silva)

Q-544 (Silva)

Q-545 (Silva)

Q-546 (Silva)

Q-578 (Murphy, B.)

Q-579 (Murphy, B.)

In 2009, by agency/department

Q-554 (Rodriguez)

Q-555 (Rodriguez)

Q-556 (Rodriguez)

Q-557 (Rodriguez)

Q-563 (McCallum)

Q-577 (Murphy, B.)

Since 2006, by agency/department, Q-395 (Coady)

Since 2008, by agency/department, Q-485 (Coady)

Spending, on print, radio, internet, and television, Q-348 (Dhalla)

See also Home Renovation Tax Credit; Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism—Events; National Anti-Drug Strategy—Television advertising; Seal hunt; Tax-Free Savings Account—TV commercials

Government aircraft

Challenger jet fleet, use, passengers, and costs

Q-431 (McTeague)

Q-585 (Clarke)

Q-621 (McTeague)

See also Search and rescue—Helicopters

Government apologies see instead Apologies

Government appointments

Nova Scotia, 2006-09, federal boards, agencies, and associations, Q-251 (Eyking)

See also Canada Employment Insurance Financing Board; Canadian International Trade Tribunal—Membership; Commissioner of Lobbying; Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada—Recent appointments; Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee—Saunders; National Capital Commission; Public Appointments Commission; Supreme Court of Canada

Government assets see instead Government property

Government assistance see particular subjects

Government Bills (Commons) see by short title and subject

Government Bills (Senate) see instead Senate bills—Government bills; see also by short title and subject

Government buildings see Government property

Government cheques see PartisanshipCommunications guidelines

Government compensation see Chinese Canadians—Head tax and expulsion act; Public safety officers—Police; Canadian Forces—Personnel discharged

Government contracts

By agency/department

Industry Department, Q-499 (Bains)

Under $10,000

Canada Health Infoway, Q-487 (Coady)

Citizenship and Immigration Department

Q-421 (Dhalla)

Q-573 (Dhaliwal)

Finance Department, Q-475 (McCallum)

Human Resources and Skills Development Department, Q-510 (Savage)

National Defence Department, Q-658 (Dosanjh)

Privy Council Office, Q-676 (Coady)

Public Works and Government Services Department, Q-677 (Coady)

Sport Canada, Q-574 (Dhaliwal)

Treasury Board, Q-486 (Coady)

Compensation, travel expenses, bidders outside National Capital Region, M-200 (Davies, L.)

Indian Affairs Department/Hill and Knowlton; public relations, re Northern Ontario First Nations reserve schools, P-5 (Angus)

Private motor vehicle relocation services, DND and PWGSC; Colley Motorships contract, termination, re-tendering, Q-120 (Bachand)

Small and medium enterprises, accessing federal procurement, Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee, 7th report, Business Respecting Committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports No. 13

Sole-source

Departments and crown corporations, amounts, authors, amendments, and audits, Q-320 (Cullen)

Privy Council Office and Prime Minister’s Office, 2005–2009, Q-98 (Harris, J.)

Sustainable and ethical procurement policy, implementing, M-24 (Julian)

US public relations experts, Mike McCurry and Ari Fleischer; terms, value, and travel details, Q-123 (McTeague)

See also Abdelrazik, Abousfian—Outside contractors; Afghanistan—Foreign aid; Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL)—Government spending; Buy Canadian—Federal government purchases; Citizenship and Immigration Department; ecoMOBILITY program; Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec—Contracts; Government advertising; Government expenditures; Influenza A (H1N1) human swine flu—Contractual agreements; Maple leaf flag pins; Military equipment and facilities—Industrial and Regional Benefits policy; Product of Canada—Government procurement; Public opinion polls; Public-private partnerships—Policy; Renewable energy and fuel—Alternative fuels; Ships and boats; Temporary workers; Wood

Government credit and debit cards

Fees paid, agreements with processing companies, Q-687 (Bains)

Government departments

Quarterly financial reports, requiring, C-51 

 See also Government advertising—Radio and television and particular departments by name

Government expenditures

Annual reports, government departments, expenses incurred, as per sec. 162 of Federal Accountability Act, Q-312 (McCallum)

Departmental spending, programs, 2008-09, by town/city, Q-122 (McTeague)

Purchases, thirty misc. items (incl. hybrid vehicles, candies, and land mines), Q-203 (Thibeault)

Treasury Board, program spending and performance review, Q-626 (McCallum)

See also Government advertising; Government contracts; Government spending by constituency; Supply and particular subjects

Government facilities see instead Government property

Government funding see Government expenditures; Government funding announcements; Government spending by constituency and particular subjects

Government funding announcements

Public events; number, location, purpose, and costs, incl. travel and hospitality, since January 2009 budget, Q-199 (Rafferty)

Government loan guarantees see Canadian Heritage Department—Funding; Farming and farmers—Loans; Forest products industry—Government assistance; Government loans; Human Resources and Skills Development Department; Mortgages—40-year amortization

Government loans

And loan guarantees, to 25 large companies; amounts, repayment, and interest, Q-362 (Julian)

Canada Account, Export Development Canada, Q-401 (Hughes)

Small businesses, increased limit, C-10

See also Business developmentGovernment grant programs; Business Development Bank of Canada—Financing; Canadian Heritage Department—Funding; Community Futures Program—British Columbia; Export Development Canada—Financing; Forest products industry—Government assistance, Tax credits; Human Resources and Skills Development Department; Mortgages—40-year amortization

Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee

Main Estimates 2009-2010, under Canadian Heritage, Governor General, Parliament, Public Works and Government Services, and Treasury Board, 4th report, Supply Proceedings No. 5

Small and medium enterprises, accessing federal procurement, 7th report, Business Respecting Committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports No. 13

Supplementary Estimates (B) 2008-2009, under Canadian Heritage, Privy Council, Public Works and Government Services, and Treasury Board, 1st report, Supply Proceedings No. 2

Supplementary Estimates (B) 2009-2010, under Canadian Heritage, Governor General, Privy Council, Public Works and Government Services, and Treasury Board, 8th report, Supply Proceedings No. 10

Government procurement see instead Government contracts; see also Government expenditures—Purchases

Government programs see particular subjects

Government property

Building retrofits, to create jobs, reduce carbon footprint, and save money, M-440 (Dewar)

Buildings, costs

Heating and air conditioning, 2004-09, Q-164 (Dewar)

Utilities; energy efficiency and retrofits; studies, Q‑54 (Duncan, L.)

National Capital Region, square metres, Ontario/Quebec, Q-17 (Proulx)

Ottawa South, federal land and buildings, incl. NCC properties

And 530 Tremblay Rd, Q-463 (McGuinty)

And 1635 Tremblay Rd, Q-430 (McGuinty)

Payments in lieu of taxes, 2004-09; buildings to be sold or under review

Esp. National Capital Region, Q-238 (Dewar)

Q-163 (Dewar)

Surplus property, disposal

Assets, commitment to sell, departments and projected amounts, Q-670 (Hall Findlay)

Criteria, to include social, environmental, and local economic factors; Victoria Dockside Lands project, M-435 (Savoie)

Greater Halifax area, Surplus Federal Real Property for Homelessness Initiative, Q-105 (Leslie)

Greater Victoria area; routine/strategic designation; Surplus Federal Real Property for Homelessness Initiative, Q-293 (Savoie)

See also Bases and stations; Crown corporations; Government aircraft; Jericho Lands (Vancouver); Lost or stolen government property; Military equipment and facilities; Ministers’ offices; Search and rescue; Shared Systems Initiative; Toronto Port Authority; Wood

Government services see Secure Channel

Government spending see Government advertising; Government contracts; Government expenditures; Government spending by consistency and particular subjects

Government spending by constituency

Acadie—Bathurst, Q-188 (Godin)

Algoma—Manitoulin—Kapuskasing, Q-119 (Hughes)

Avalon, Q-436 (Andrews)

Brampton—Springdale, Q-347 (Dhalla)

Brampton West, Q-402 (Kania)

British Columbia Southern Interior, Q-206 (Allen, Malcolm)

Burnaby—Douglas, Q-181 (Siksay)

Burnaby—New Westminster, Q-285 (Julian)

Churchill, Q-217 (Ashton)

Don Valley East, Q-249 (Ratansi)

Don Valley West, Q-254 (Oliphant)

Edmonton constituencies: Edmonton—Mill Woods—Beaumont, Edmonton Centre, Edmonton East, Edmonton—Leduc, Edmonton—St. Albert, Edmonton—Sherwood Park, Edmonton—Spruce Grove, and Edmonton—Strathcona, Q-211 (Duncan, L.)

Eglinton—Lawrence, Q-503 (Volpe)

Elmwood—Transcona, Q-179 (Maloway)

Halifax, Q-176 (Leslie)

Hamilton Centre, Q-171 (Christopherson)

Hamilton East—Stoney Creek, Q-187 (Marston)

Hamilton Mountain, Q-265 (Charlton)

London—Fanshawe, Q-192 (Mathyssen)

Mississauga—Brampton South, Q-391 (Bains)

Nanaimo—Cowichan, Q-297 (Crowder)

Nickel Belt, Q-104 (Gravelle)

Nipissing—Timiskaming, Q-245 (Rota)

Notre-Dame-de-Grâce—Lachine

Q-157 (Jennings)

Q-236 (Jennings)

Ottawa South, Q-416 (McGuinty)

Port Moody—Westwood—Port Coquitlam, Q-113 (Davies, D.)

Roberval—Lac-Saint-Jean, Q-604 (Mendes)

Sault Ste. Marie, Q-173 (Martin, T.)

Scarborough Southwest, Q-224 (Simson)

Skeena—Bulkley Valley, Q-231 (Cullen)

St. John’s East, Q-284 (Harris, J.)

Sudbury, Q-200 (Thibeault)

Thunder Bay—Rainy River, Q-198 (Rafferty)

Thunder Bay—Superior North, Q-175 (Hyer)

Timmins—James Bay, Q-274 (Angus)

Toronto—Danforth, Q-184 (Layton)

Vancouver East, Q-219 (Davies, L.)

Vancouver Kingsway, Q-79 (Davies, D.)

Vancouver Quadra

Q-72 (Murray)

Q-112 (Davies, D.)

Victoria, Q-168 (Savoie)

Welland, Q-177 (Allen, Malcolm)

Windsor—Tecumseh, Q-183 (Comartin)

Windsor West, Q-267 (Masse)

Winnipeg Centre, Q-165 (Martin, P.)

Winnipeg North, Q-223 (Wasylycia-Leis)

York West, Q-277 (Sgro)

See also Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency—Community Adjustment Fund—Community Development Trust Fund; Canada’s Economic Action Plan—Funding by constituency; Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario (FedNor)—Budget and programs; Federal Student Work Experience Program—Employers; First Nations schools—Attawapiskat and others, Schools—On-reserve; First Nations schools—On-reserve; Government expenditures—Departmental spending; Industry Department—Spending; New Horizons for Seniors—Projects; Vote 35—Government accountability, Departments

Government task force on illicit tobacco products see Tobacco products

Governor General of Canada

And Queen, and staff, meetings, with Prime Minister and cabinet members, Q-501 (Bains)

Main Estimates 2009-2010, Supply Proceedings No. 5

Supplementary Estimates (B) 2009-2010, Supply Proceedings No. 10

See also Dissolution

Governor General’s Volunteer Service Medal

Establishing, for veterans, M-111 (Casey)

Graduates

Designated regions, new graduates settling in, tax credit, C-288 (Deschamps)

Grain Appeal Tribunals

Elimination, C-13

Grain industry

Elevator classes, inspection and quality control (incl. visual inspection criteria, inward inspection, and weighing requirements), Canadian Grain Commission powers, transportation/delivery standards, payment security program, offences and penalties, C-13

See also Canadian National Railway—Delisting and closure; Payment security program

Grandparents Day

Establishing, C-427 (Chow)

Grandparents Day Act

C-427 (Chow)

Grands Ballets Canadiens, Les see International arts tours—Government grant programs

Grants and loans for students see instead Student funding

Gravelle, Claude (NDP—Nickel Belt)

Employment insurance, C-244

Falconbridge Limited

C-490

P-4

Falconbridge Limited Acquisition Act, C-490

Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario), Q-83

Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario (FedNor), Q‑82, Q-149

Foreign investments, C-488

Government spending by constituency, Q-104

Inco Ltd.

C-489

P-3

Inco Limited Acquisition Act, C-489

Knowledge Infrastructure Program (Budget 2009), Q-413

Parry Sound—Muskoka, Q-453

Public service and public servants, Q-406

Written questions, Q-82, Q-83, Q-104, Q-130, Q-149, Q-406, Q-413, Q-453

Xstrata, Q-130

Great Lakes see Sewage treatment and disposal—St. Lawrence River and Great Lakes

Greek Pontians

Genocide, under Ottoman Empire, acknowledging, M-332 (Karygiannis)

Green Infrastructure Fund

Payment, C-10

Projects, funding, constituencies, and amounts, Q-682 (Foote)

See also Public transit—Projects and funding

Green Shield Canada Act

C-10

Greenhouse gas emissions

Canada’s 2020 targets, methods, stages, and carbon credit purchases, Q-644 (Bagnell)

Turning the Corner strategy, progress; studies and regulations, Q-213 (Duncan, L.)

See also Canada EcoTrust for Clean Air and Climate Change; Carbon offsets; Carbon sinks; Electric vehicles; Emissions trading; Environment and Sustainable Development Standing Committee—Climate Change Accountability Act; Global warming; Vehicle emissions—CO2 

Greenland see Canadian Arctic sovereignty

Grizzly bears

Priority areas, habitat conservation, M-429 (Martin, K.)

GRK Fasteners

Imports, anti-dumping duties, Canadian International Trade Tribunal role, Q-566 (Holland)

Groundfish see Bottom trawling/draggers

Groundwater see Aquifers; Drinking water—Trichloroethylene in water

Growing Forward see Animal rights and welfare—Funding

Gualtieri, Joanna see Whistle blowing—Cost to government

Guantanamo Bay see Khadr, Omar

Guaranteed Income Supplement

Eligible recipients, application not necessary, C-262 (Martin, P.)

Increase, extension for surviving spouses, automatic registration and retroactivity, M-300 (Thi Lac)

See also Income support

Guaranteed loans see Farming and farmers—Loans

Guarnieri, Hon. Albina (Lib.—Mississauga East—Cooksville)

Charitable organizations, C-470

Consecutive sentences, C-231

Guay, Monique (BQ—Rivière-du-Nord)

Buy Canadian, C-306

Canadian Products Promotion Act, C-306

Guenette, John see Whistle blowing—Cost to government

Guimond, Claude (BQ—Rimouski-Neigette—Témiscouata—Les Basques)

Forest products industry, Supply Proceedings No. 9

Woodlots, M-424

Gull Bay First Nation see First Nations bands—Third party management

Gun control see Firearms—Registry

Guns see instead Firearms

Guyana see Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)—Caribbean Community

 

H

H1N1 see instead Influenza A (H1N1) human swine flu

Habitat see Fish habitat; Grizzly bears; Ottawa River; Watersheds; Wildlife conservation

Halfway houses see Women

Halifax constituency see Government spending by constituency

Halifax NS see Government property—Surplus property, Greater Halifax area

Halifax West see Canada’s Economic Action Plan—Funding by constituency, Announcement

Hall Findlay, Martha (Lib.—Willowdale)

Access to information, Q-672

Central Financial Management Reporting System, Q-359

Government advertising, Q-129, Q-673

Government property, Q-670

Public Sector Integrity Commissioner, Q-671

Written questions, Q-129, Q-359, Q-670, Q-671, Q-672, Q-673

Hamilton Centre see Government spending by constituency

Hamilton East—Stoney Creek see Government spending by constituency

Hamilton Mountain see Government spending by constituency

Hamilton ON

Government spending, 2004-09, Q-264 (Charlton)

Municipal government, legal action, environmental assessment of Red Hill Creek Expressway, Q-35 (Charlton)

Handheld devices see instead Electronic handheld devices

Harassment

Psychological, in federal public service; Psychological Harassment Complaints Committee, establishing, C‑276 (Masse)

See also Cyberbullying

Harbour Grace NL see Correctional facilities—New prison

Harbour Sixty Steakhouse see Toronto Port Authority

Harm reduction programs see Drug use and abuse; Safe injection sites

Harmonization of GST and PST

Quebec, compensation payment, Supply Proceedings No. 7 (Laforest)

See also Harmonized Sales Tax

Harmonized Sales Tax

British Columbia-Canada agreement

Cancelling, M-465 (Siksay)

Negotiations, Q-449 (Davies, L.)

Direct selling industry, simplified calculation, Ways and Means No. 3

Manitoba, taxpayer costs, for funerals, travel, and new home purchases, Q-426 (Maloway)

Ontario, agreement

Cancelling, M-462 (Rafferty)

Classes of goods, projected revenues, Q-266 (Charlton)

Ontario and British Columbia

And other participating provinces, provincial flexibility, providing for, C-62

Proceedings on bill, legislative stages, Government Business No. 8 (closure invoked)

Ways and Means No. 11

Federal government withdrawal, Supply Proceedings No. 9 (Charlton)

See also Books; Foreign trade zone; Harmonization of GST and PST; Home care services; New Housing Rebate Program

Harris, Jack (NDP—St. John’s East)

Afghanistan

P-19

Q-102, Q-282

Canada Student Loans Program, M-443

Deportation, Q-283

Government contracts, Q-98

Government spending by constituency, Q-284

Home care services, M-414

Lost or stolen government property, Q-100

Public opinion polls, Q-99

Search and rescue

M-413

Q-617

Written questions, Q-98, Q-99, Q-100, Q-102, Q-282, Q-283, Q-284, Q-617

Harris, Richard (CPC—Cariboo—Prince George)

Constituency name change, C-329

Hate crimes see Communities at Risk:Security Infrastructure Pilot Program; Hate propaganda; Mischief; Sexual discrimination—Gender identity and gender expression

Hate propaganda

Sex, as identifiable group, inclusion in Criminal Code, C-380 (Wrzesnewskyj)

Telephone and internet communications, Canadian Human Rights Act, M-153 (Martin, K.)

See also Computer crime—Telecommunications

Hazardous Products Act

C-6

C-289 (Fry)

C-357 (Wasylycia-Leis)

C-439 (Neville)

Hazardous substances

Transportation, handling, and importation; security and safety requirements, regulation, C-9

See also Asbestos; Bisphenol A; CFB Gagetown; Consumer products—Safety; Drinking water—Trichloroethylene; Fire retardants; Health—Human pathogens and toxins; Mercury; Pesticides; Toxic waste; Warning labels

Head injuries see Sports helmets

Head start program see Early learning and child care programs and agreements

Health

Human pathogens and toxins, regulation; enforcement, offences, and penalties, C-11

See also Advertising—Aimed at children; Advisory Committee on Health Delivery and Human Resources; Airports—Night flights, International airports; Asbestos; Breast Implant Registry; Canada Foodborne Illness Outbreak Response Protocol; Canadian Apheresis Group; Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA); Cancer screening; Communicable diseases; Consumer products—Safety; Dental health; Drugs and pharmaceuticals; Electromagnetic fields; Electronic health records; Energy drinks; First Nations and Inuit Tobacco Control Strategy; First Nations schools—Attawapiskat and others, Schools and drinking water facilities; Food labelling; Food safety; Health care; Health policy; Health professionals; Herbal medicine; Home care for elderly people; Human diseases and disorders (see for cross-references to diseases and disorders); Humanitarian assistance—Pharmaceuticals; Long-term care; Medical devices; National Organ Donor Registry; Occupational diseases; Pandemics; Participation Activity and Limitation Survey; Persons with disabilities—Or health problems; Pesticides; Pharmacare; Radioisotopes; Sick leave; Tobacco products; Toys—And learning products for children; Trans fats; Warning labels; Workplace health and safety

Health Canada see instead Health Department

Health care

Canada Health Act, enforcing, stopping proliferation of private clinics, Supply Proceedings No. 9 (Wasylycia-Leis)

Canadians abroad, travellers and government officials, consular missions, coverage and assistance, Q-622 (McGuinty)

Centre for Best Health Care Practices, establishing, M-122 (Martin, K.)

First Nations children, C-249 (Martin, P.)

Health Council of Canada, study to update Canada Health Act, M-393 (McLeod)

Patient wait time pilot projects, funding, Q-225 (Simson)

See also Advisory Committee on Health Delivery and Human Resources; Autism; Bases and stations—Health care clinics; Centre of Excellence for Health; Dental health; Drugs and pharmaceuticals; Home care for elderly people; International development and aid—Primary health care; Long-term care; Pharmacare; Sex reassignment surgery; Veterans; Veterans Charter

Health Council of Canada see Health care

Health Department

Government funding, Women’s Health Contribution Program and the Centres of Excellence for Children’s Well Being, Q-55 (Bennett)

Main Estimates 2009-2010, Supply Proceedings No. 5

Supplementary Estimates (B) 2009-2010, Supply Proceedings No. 10

See also Canadian Apheresis Group; Diabetes—Insulin; Drugs and pharmaceuticals—Access; Environmental contamination—O’Connor

Health human resources see instead Health professionals

Health of Animals Regulations

C-468 (Mendes)

Health policy

Doctor shortages, wait times, access, hospital closures, brain drain to USA, research institution partnership fund, Q-56 (Bennett)

Public health goals, 2004 agreement, federal-provincial-territorial cooperation, Q-57 (Bennett)

See also Health; Health care; Pharmacare

Health professionals

National health human resources plan, to address shortage, M-455 (Martin, K.)

See also Canada Student Loans Program—Reform—Residents; Health policy—Doctor shortages; Medical schools; Student Loans

Health research see Autism—National strategy; Canadian Institutes of Health Research

Health Standing Committee

Main Estimates 2009-2010, under Health, 2nd report, Supply Proceedings No. 5

Supplementary Estimates (B) 2009-2010, under Health, 8th report, Supply Proceedings No. 10

Travel authority, Business Respecting Committees—Standing Committees

Hearing loss see Toys—And learning products for children

Hearings see Investigative hearings

Helicopters see Search and rescue

Helmets see Sports helmets

Herbal medicine

Prescribed, income tax deductibility; cases of allergy to prescription drugs, C‑351 (Stoffer)

See also Natural Health Products Directorate

Herbicides see CFB Gagetown; Pesticides

Heroin see Drug use and abuse—Decriminalization

Hezbollah see Lebanon

Hiebert, Russ (CPC—South Surrey—White Rock—Cloverdale)

Warman, Richard, Q-408

Written questions, Q-408

High Arctic research station

Measures, location, costs, design, budget, and staffing, Q-625 (Bagnell)

High technology industry see Industrial sector crisis

Highways

British Columbia, federal funding, M-196 (Davies, L.)

National system, adopting, M-195 (Davies, L.)

Northwest Territories, legislative power, transferring to Commissioner in Council, C-375 (Bevington)

See also Conception Bay South Bypass Road; Ferries

Hill and Knowlton see Government contracts—Indian Affairs Department

Hit and run see instead Failure to stop at scene of accident

HIV see AIDS and HIV

HMCS Chicoutimi

Crew

Employment status and compensation paid, Q-414 (Stoffer)

Post-fire, sick leave and disability, Q-33 (Stoffer)

Hockey see National Hockey Day

Hoeppner, Candice (CPC—Portage—Lisgar)

Firearms, C-391

Foreign trade zone, M-272, M-296

Holiday Harmonization Act

C-477 (Charlton)

Holidays see instead Statutory holidays

Holidays Act

C-287 (Charlton)

C-313 (Julian)

Holland, Mark (Lib.—Ajax—Pickering)

Border officials, Q-270

Borders, Supply Proceedings No. 7  

Canadian Security Intelligence Service, Q-269

Correctional facilities, Q-271, Q-564

Cruelty to animals, C-229, C-230

GRK Fasteners, Q-566

Pickering airport lands, Q-567

Police Officers Recruitment Fund, Supply Proceedings No. 7  

Prison farms, Q-565

Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Supply Proceedings No. 7  

Shiprider Project, Q-268

Stun guns, Supply Proceedings No. 7  

Written questions, Q-268, Q-269, Q-270, Q-271, Q-564, Q-565, Q-566, Q-567

Holocaust

Honouring victims; monument, National Capital Region

C-238 (Neville)

C-442 (Uppal)

See also Black Ribbon Day; Wallenberg, Raoul

Holocaust Monument Act

C-238 (Neville)

Home Buyers’ Plan

Increased withdrawal limit, registered retirement savings plans, C-10

Ways and Means No. 2

Indexation and extension, M-366 (Davies, L.)

See also First-Time Home Buyers’ Tax Credit; Home ownership—First-time buyers

Home care for elderly people

Accessibility, guidelines, inclusion of chronic care, M-52 (Charlton)

See also Care for family members; Home care services

Home care services

Ill and disabled persons, GST/HST exemption, M-414 (Harris, J.)

See also Home care for elderly people

Home children see Year of the British Home Child

Home heating fuel see instead Fuel oil

Home Income Tax Credit see instead Home Renovation Tax Credit

Home ownership

First-time buyers, registered retirement savings plan transfer, M-141 (Martin, K.)

See also First-Time Home Buyers’ Tax Credit; Home Buyers’ Plan; Mobile homes; Mortgages

Home Renovation Tax Credit

Analysis, provided to Environment, Finance, and National Revenue ministers

And anticipated income tax audits, Q-131 (Ratansi)

Briefing notes, P-7 (Ratansi)

Government advertising

Direct mail campaign, Q-461 (Russell)

Public awareness campaign; legislation undertaken, Q-352 (McTeague)

Introduction

Definitions and regulation; testamentary trusts; interaction with Medical Expense Tax Credit; consequential amendments to other tax credit provisions, C-51 

Ways and Means No. 9

Ways and Means No. 2

See also Government advertising—Canada’s Economic Action Plan

Homelessness

Initiatives, government funding, M-302 (Davies, D.)

See also Government property—Surplus property; Young people—Unemployment and homelessness

Homicide

And assault, against public transportation workers; stiffer penalties, C-314 (Julian)

See also Assault and battery—Bus drivers

Mandatory sentencing, slayers of peace officers, C-221 (Stoffer)

Multiple murders, convicted offenders, consecutive parole ineligibility periods, C-54

Organized crime-related, automatic first-degree murder charge, C-14

See also Aboriginal women—And girls; Bail; Consecutive sentences; Drive-by shootings; Euthanasia; Faint hope clause; Genocide; Organized crime—Murders; Police services—Inquiry into methods/policies, Missing and murdered women; Royal Canadian Mounted Police—Civilian Investigation Service—Deaths; Smith, Ronald; Suicide; Suicide bombings; Victims of crime; War crimes

Honey see National Day of the Honey Bee

Hormones see Food labelling—Meat and poultry

Horn of Africa see International development and aid—Africa

Horse racing see Pari-mutuel betting

Hospitality

And travel expenses

Foreign Affairs Department, Office of Protocol, Q-222 (Angus)

Natural Resources Department, minister and exempt staff, Q-513 (Regan)

See also Alcoholic drinks; AquaNor conference; Assisted Human Reproduction Canada; Government funding announcements; O'Connor, Hon. Gordon; Toronto Port Authority

House arrest, sentencing option see instead Conditional sentences

House of Commons

Aboriginal Room, designating, in Centre Block, M-475 (Bagnell)

Adjournment, May 1, 2009, Other Business No. 2

Adjournment, Dec. 10, 2009, Other Business No. 2

Adjournment proceedings, Oct. 27, 2009, Other Business No. 2

Environmentally friendly designs, maintenance, and energy systems, integrating, M-30 (Julian)

Extension of sitting hours in June 2009, Government Business No. 5

Olympic flame torchbearers, appearing before Committee of the Whole (Dec. 10), Other Business No. 2

Proceedings, Jan. 27 and April 30, 2009, Other Business No. 2

Salary increases, 2006-2011, establishing, C-10

Sittings and Business of the House

Other Business No. 2

Other Business No. 11

Statements by Ministers, time, Dec. 3, 2009, Other Business No. 2

See also Allotted days; Committees by name; Dissolution; Electronic voting; Householders; Orders for the production of papers—Powers of the House; Panel of Chairs; Parliamentary broadcasting; Webcasting

Householders

Question of privilege, Procedure and House Affairs Standing Committee, order of reference, Other Business No. 13

Ten percenters (mass mailings), sent to other constituencies, stopping, Supply Proceedings No. 9 (Cotler)

Housing see CFB Kapyong; Condominium housing; Fire safety—Sprinkling systems; First Nations reserves; First-Time Home Buyers’ Tax Credit; Harmonized Sales Tax—Manitoba; Home various entries; Homelessness; Mobile homes; Mortgages; New Housing Rebate Program; Rental housing; Social housing

Housing repairs and renovation see Asbestos—Vermiculite insulation; Home Renovation Tax Credit; Social housing—First Nations reserves—Renovation and retrofit

Hudson’s Bay Company see Olympic Games winter 2010—Uniforms and clothing

Hughes, Carol (NDP—Algoma—Manitoulin—Kapuskasing)

Access to information, Q-317

Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL), Q-323

Chalk River, Q-322

Cold War, C-460

Corporate income tax, Q-360

Defence of Canada Medal Act (1946-1989), C-460

Employment insurance, C-280

Government loans, Q-401

Government spending by constituency, Q-119

National Infant and Child Loss Awareness Day, C-410

National Infant and Child Loss Awareness Day Act, C-410

Older workers, C-281

Volunteering and volunteers, C-420

Written questions, Q-119, Q-317, Q-322, Q-323, Q-360, Q-401

Hull—Aylmer see Economic stimulusProjects

Human body part trafficking

Offence defined: purchase of organ/part or removal without owner’s consent, C-381 (Wrzesnewskyj)

Human diseases and disorders see Advertising—Aimed at children; AIDS and HIV; ALS Month (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis/Lou Gehrig’s disease); Anthrax; Asbestos Disease Awareness Day; Autism; Canada Pension Plan—Disability allowance, Terminal illness cases; Cancer screening; CFB Gagetown; Communicable diseases; Diabetes; Employment insurance—Benefit period, Illness; Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder; Health—Human pathogens and toxins; HMCS Chicoutimi—Crew, Post-fire; Humanitarian assistance—Pharmaceuticals; Inborn errors of metabolism; Influenza A (H1N1) human swine flu; Listeria (listeriosis); Lyme disease; Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome; National Alzheimer’s Day; Occupational diseases; Pandemics; Persons with disabilities—And multiple sclerosis; Post-traumatic stress syndrome; Purple Day (epilepsy); Rare and orphan diseases; Williams Syndrome Awareness Week

Human Pathogens and Toxins Act

C-11

Human Resources and Skills Development Department

Funding, grants, loans, and loan guarantees, Q-349 (Dhalla)

Name change, to include term “social development”, M-176 (Martin, T.)

Supplementary Estimates (B) 2008-2009, Supply Proceedings No. 2

See also Government contracts—By agency/department, Under $10,000

Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities Standing Committee

Adoptive parents, federal support measures, M-386, order of reference, Business Respecting Committees—Standing Committees

Employment Equity Act, review, order of reference, Business Respecting Committees—Standing Committees

Poverty reduction, 6th report, Business respecting Committees—Concurrence in Committee Reports No. 16

Supplementary Estimates (B) 2008-2009, under Human Resources and Skills Development, 1st report, Supply Proceedings No. 2

Travel authority, Business Respecting Committees—Standing Committees

See also Volunteering and volunteers—Young people

Human rights see instead Civil and Human rights

Human swine flu see instead Influenza A (H1N1) human swine flu

Human trafficking

Action plan, esp. for 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics

M-401 (Murray)

M-410 (Murray)

And child trafficking, legislation

Protection and generous treatment of victims, M-447 (Siksay)

Task force, support to victims, M-446 (Davies, L.)

Victim testimony in legal proceedings, factor in immigration interview, C-269 (Jennings)

See also Foreign workers—Work permit; Human body part trafficking

Humanitarian assistance

Pharmaceuticals, for AIDS/HIV

And TB and malaria; drug manufacturing and exporting

C-393 (Wasylycia-Leis)

M-352 (Dewar)

Patented antiretroviral medicines, costs and distribution, M-19 (Julian)

See also Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA); Humanitarian crises; Tzu Chi Foundation

Humanitarian crises

Canadian involvement and commitments, esp. in Sri Lanka conflict, Q-648 (Duncan, K.)

Hunting and fishing, recreational see Firearms—Registry; National Fish and Wildlife Heritage Commission; National Hunting, Trapping and Fishing Heritage Day; Pacific fisheries—Salmon stock

Huntingdon BC see Borders

Hybrid offences see Criminal justice system—Telewarrants

Hydro-Québec see Equalization formula—Amendment

Hyer, Bruce (NDP—Thunder Bay—Superior North)

Bottled water, Q-60, Q-178

Buy Canadian, C-312

Climate Change Accountability Act, C-311

Supply Proceedings No. 9

Forest products industry, Q-325

Global warming, C-311

Supply Proceedings No. 9

Government spending by constituency, Q-175

Made in Canada Act, C-312

Rail passenger transportation

M-291

Q-324

Written questions, Q-60, Q-175, Q-178, Q-324, Q-325

 

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Iacobucci Inquiry see Canadians imprisoned in foreign countries

Icebreakers

HMCS John G. Diefenbaker, plans and progress, Q-315 (Bagnell)

Iceland see Canada-EFTA Free Trade Agreement; Customs tariff—Imports

Identification of Criminals Act

C-31

Identity theft

And identity fraud, credit cards and government-issued documents; use, trafficking, and restitution, S-4

Documents or information, possession or transfer of, C-362 (Valeriote)

Ignatieff, Michael (Lib.—Etobicoke—Lakeshore; Leader of the Opposition)

Afghanistan, Q-654

Non-confidence motions, Supply Proceedings No. 9

Pay equity, C-471

Pay Equity Task Force Recommendations Act, C-471