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View Carol Hughes Profile
NDP (ON)
That is a point of debate and the hon. member can raise it the next time we are debating in the House.
Before I resume, I want to wish a very merry Christmas and happy new year to not only all my constituents of Algoma—Manitoulin—Kapuskasing, but to everybody in the House.
I also want to thank every department and every worker here who ensures we are in a safe environment and that everything functions well so we can do our work, and all our staff who make such a big difference in our lives.
I wish all of you and your families a very merry Christmas and happy new year.
View Bruce Stanton Profile
CPC (ON)
View Bruce Stanton Profile
2020-03-25 5:51 [p.2092]
Before we go to adjournment, on behalf of all members, I want to extend our appreciation, as has been mentioned here many times today, to the dedicated employees of this place and in our constituencies who continue to support members in their service to Canadians during these extraordinary circumstances.
I would be remiss if I did not express my sincere appreciation to the front-line health workers, public health experts and first responders across Canada for their courage and the boundless energy with which they protect the health and safety of Canadians.
Accordingly, pursuant to order made earlier today, the House stands adjourned until Monday, April 20, 2020, at 11 a.m., pursuant to Standing Orders 28(2) and 24(1).
(The House adjourned at 5:52 a.m.)
View Ruth Ellen Brosseau Profile
NDP (QC)
Mr. Speaker, I am pleased to rise today to say a few words about Gilles Gervais and to wish him a happy retirement.
Mr. Gervais has worked on the Hill for more than 30 years. He started out in the 1980s as a constable, then he was a sergeant in the galleries, and more recently an Assistant Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms. Throughout all that time he always carried out his duties with professionalism. He always treated his assignments with care and treated others with respect.
Soon he will be retired and will no longer have to take time off when the fishing is not so great. He will have plenty of time to work on his sculptures and take up new hobbies.
We will all remember his sunny disposition and we will certainly miss his special sense of humour. Right, Darryl?
I thank him for his commitment to the House of Commons and for his fine service to all parliamentarians and everyone who has worked here.
Gilles, on behalf of all my colleagues, I wish you a happy retirement. Thank you for your dedication.
View Dean Allison Profile
CPC (ON)
View Dean Allison Profile
2019-06-19 14:10 [p.29382]
Mr. Speaker, as we close out this session and go into another election, we often celebrate the contributions of MPs who have decided to retire from this place.
It is also important to take some time to acknowledge the incredible work done by people who serve around the parliamentary precinct. That is why I would like to recognize Marguerite Charlebois.
Marguerite has worked in the parliamentary restaurant since January 21, 1981, close to four decades. She will be retiring at the end of this week. Imagine trying to manage all of the different political parties, people and personalities and making sure they end up in the right place and at the right table so their conversations are kept private as much as possible.
Since my first days in Ottawa in 2004, Marguerite has been exceptionally pleasant, welcoming and friendly. I am not sure people realize how difficult it is for the parliamentary restaurant staff to manage their personal and professional lives around a challenging parliamentary calendar.
I think I can speak for all members in the House and our Wednesday crew, who have had the pleasure to get to know her, in wishing Marguerite all the best in everything she does in the next chapter of her life.
I thank Marguerite. I hope our paths will cross again. Marguerite is always welcome to my home town of Niagara, where I look forward to serving her.
View Andrew Leslie Profile
Lib. (ON)
View Andrew Leslie Profile
2019-06-19 14:16 [p.29383]
Mr. Speaker, this will be the last time I have the pleasure of rising in this place.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank the people of Orleans for trusting me to speak on their behalf on the Hill.
It has been an honour and a privilege to serve among all members.
However, that is not why I am rising today. I am here to recognize Luc St-Cyr, who is not only a constituent but a dedicated employee who has worked with all of us in this place for many years.
He served for 18 years as a constable with the House of Commons Security Services and an additional 16 years with the page program. He started when he was just 22 years old, and he has not changed a bit.
When Luc started here in 1985, there were only 285 MPs.
He has worked alongside six prime ministers and has seen seven Parliaments come and go. There have been 640 pages who have passed through his training hands.
He has witnessed state visits by Presidents Reagan, Clinton and Obama. He even witnessed Nelson Mandela's address.
I thank Luc for his 34 years of exemplary service.
I wish him all the best in his retirement.
View Francis Drouin Profile
Lib. (ON)
Mr. Speaker, I am rising today to recognize a constituent and long-time employee of the House of Commons. Mr. Gilles Gervais, the current assistant deputy Sergeant-at-Arms, is retiring after 35 years of service.
Mr. Speaker, I want to thank you for not giving him the order to drag me out of this place once in four years.
Mr. Gervais joined the House of Commons security services in 1985. Over the years, Gilles rose through the ranks of the House of Commons security services, and some might remember the years he spent as a sergeant in the gallery before accepting his current position, Assistant Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms.
I would like to thank his wife, Susan, for sharing her husband with the House of Commons for 35 years.
Gilles, I hope you get to enjoy lots of time travelling and with family and plenty of sunshine at your Lac Gervais cottage. You deserve it. Thank you for 35 years of service.
View Michel Picard Profile
Lib. (QC)
View Michel Picard Profile
2019-06-04 14:12 [p.28495]
Mr. Speaker, I want to take a few minutes to talk about the fabulous Marguerite Charlebois.
Armed with a great sense of humour and an infectious joie de vivre, this wonderful woman has been serving the House of Commons since January 1981, when Pierre Elliott Trudeau was leading the government.
Marguerite worked as a server in the parliamentary restaurant for 15 years before becoming a hostess, the job she has cheerfully held for the past 23 years. On the eve of her 79th birthday, she is planning to retire for what would actually be the third time.
I know that our beloved Marguerite is with us today. On behalf of all my colleagues, I want to thank her for her 38 years of service to the House. We wish her good health, happiness and fun in her well-deserved retirement.
Marguerite, you are so precious to us. You are one in a million.
View T.J. Harvey Profile
Lib. (NB)
View T.J. Harvey Profile
2019-05-29 14:11 [p.28214]
Mr. Speaker, I rise today with great pride to recognize the hard work and dedication of someone I have worked with for only four years, but has given a great number of years to this place in more ways than I can share in a single statement.
Last night, she received her long service award for working for the House of Commons for 31 years.
Throughout her time on the Hill, she has not only worked with MPs and staff, but also developed long-standing relationships with the staff at the parliamentary restaurant, the custodial staff, all the security staff, the IT staff and across all party lines. She has gone above and beyond to advocate for necessary changes to benefit others.
Her character is that of honesty, courage and integrity. She never backs down from a challenge and represents the glue in my office. Some members may remember her for organizing the All Party Party some years back.
Although she does not do a single thing for the purpose of credit, when it comes to her substantive contribution to the lives of Canadians throughout her work with various governments and members of Parliament, recognition for her long service cannot go unnoticed.
Colleen Knight's outstanding reputation precedes her.
I thank Colleen for not only her unwavering devotion to my office, but for her commitment to working for so many years toward a better Canada.
View Kevin Lamoureux Profile
Lib. (MB)
View Kevin Lamoureux Profile
2019-03-21 2:40 [p.26270]
Mr. Speaker, I rise on a point of order.
I want to convey that I have been touched by the concerns from my colleagues, particularly those of the member from Cape Breton. We have been inside the chamber for about nine hours, and this is the first opportunity I have had to say a few words. I thought it would be appropriate to recognize the efforts of our pages and support staff, who have really been doing a fantastic job.
Some hon. members: Hear, hear!
View Geoff Regan Profile
Lib. (NS)
View Geoff Regan Profile
2019-03-21 2:41 [p.26270]
I thank the hon. parliamentary secretary. I could see that there was unanimous support for his sentiments toward the staff, whose work is much appreciated. We really would not want to have more than nine hours go by without the member speaking, of course.
The hon. member for Mégantic—L'Érable on a point of order.
View Mark Holland Profile
Lib. (ON)
View Mark Holland Profile
2019-03-22 0:42 [p.26458]
Madam Speaker, I want to add to the comments on behalf of the Liberal caucus to say an enormous thanks to the House officers, to the pages, to the technicians, to the bus drivers, to the interpreters, to security staff, to the Speaker's staff and indeed to the staff of all members of Parliament, who each and every day serve every single one of us so admirably. They do enormous justice to our institutions, bring dignity to the work that we do and it is an honour to serve alongside of them.
View Carol Hughes Profile
NDP (ON)
Before I read anything else and since we are on the subject, on behalf of all of the Speakers, I also want to thank all of the pages, all of the clerks, the supervisors, the security, the bus drivers, the people who kept us fed here and those who are cleaning up after us. I hope that all members will clean around their desks to ensure they have not left anything there.
I know that everyone wants to go home, so I will get to this next motion.
View Marjolaine Boutin-Sweet Profile
NDP (QC)
View Marjolaine Boutin-Sweet Profile
2018-11-24 0:46 [p.23882]
Madam Speaker, we have worked hard tonight, but other people have also worked hard, with us and for us. I hope my colleagues will join me in thanking the table officers, the speakership of the House, the security officers, the pages, the people who served us food and the bus drivers. Thank you very much.
Also, I think we can pick up after ourselves and clean up our own glasses and whatnot, here and in the lobbies. It is the least we can do for the people who helped us here tonight.
View Geoff Regan Profile
Lib. (NS)
View Geoff Regan Profile
2018-06-20 14:04 [p.21329]
Order. I may have another chance later, but before we begin, as we are coming to the end today, I want to thank all our wonderful pages, the procedural staff, the camera operators, the television director, the interpreters, the guards, the cleaners, the people who move furniture around, the finance staff, the information technology staff, human resources, and all the folks who provide services to members of Parliament, committees, and the House of Commons.
Some hon. members: Hear, hear!
The Speaker: I know that many members will be doing a lot of driving this summer and travelling around. I ask members to remember to be safe, to stay safe, to rest if they need to, and to be careful on the roads, because we have to be concerned about that at this time of year especially.
I hope members have a safe and healthy summer.
View Robert Oliphant Profile
Lib. (ON)
View Robert Oliphant Profile
2018-03-22 21:13 [p.17916]
Mr. Speaker, I am not sure it is a point of order or a question of privilege.
There are a large number of members of Parliament in the chamber tonight, and we have a very small number of excellent pages. They are working extremely hard, and I would ask the Speaker to request the clerk to have additional resources for this long night. The reality is they are young people.
I am not expecting you to ask for more pages. There are hundreds of employees who work for the House of Commons, and I would expect there would be adequate resourcing of that, so our pages are not run off their feet all night.
View Bruce Stanton Profile
CPC (ON)
View Bruce Stanton Profile
2018-03-22 21:14 [p.17917]
I thank the hon. member for Don Valley West for his intervention. We will take his suggestion under advisement. All members recognize that unusual circumstances require additional demands on the part of not just the page staff but the clerks at the table, and particularly those clerks who are calling the votes. We will take that under advisement, and see what we can do to ensure members are getting the adequate support they need.
View Rachel Blaney Profile
NDP (BC)
Mr. Speaker, I wanted to take this opportunity to make a short point of order, out of deep respect and thanks to all the people who are supporting us in doing this right now. The clerks have been amazing. I thank the staff in the restaurant, security, the bus services, the cameramen, and the interpreters. I want to take this opportunity to thank them for their great work.
View Anthony Rota Profile
Lib. (ON)
View Anthony Rota Profile
2018-03-23 6:31 [p.17990]
I do not think that is a point of order, but we will express our appreciation.
View Elizabeth May Profile
GP (BC)
View Elizabeth May Profile
2018-01-31 14:05 [p.16563]
Mr. Speaker, I often think of this place as being a family. Regardless of political party, we are all here together and are supported by amazing people.
We had a death in the family. On January 14, we lost one of those who truly does stand on guard for us. Constable Pierre Lozier, a member of our protective service, died tragically and far too young. He was only 50.
Pete, and he went by “Pete”, had served this place and protected parliamentarians for over 30 years. He was part of a tremendous group with esprit de corps, and it was Pete who, on October 22, 2014, unarmed, ran toward gunfire to protect us.
We lost him, and I want all of us to say to his family and those grieving his loss how much we honour and respect him and to express our gratitude to those who continue to protect us.
View Kelly McCauley Profile
CPC (AB)
View Kelly McCauley Profile
2018-01-31 14:12 [p.16564]
Mr. Speaker, I too rise to honour Pierre Lozier, one of our parliamentary family.
Pierre Lozier was a veteran protective service constable, serving this place for 33 years. He was always good for a laugh, lending anyone who asked a hand or an ear when they needed it. Pete was also one of the responders on the floor during the 2014 attack and ran toward danger, despite being weaponless, when gunfire erupted in the Hall of Honour.
My heart goes out to Pete's friends and family during this tragic time. May they rest assured that they have the prayers and the support of everyone in the House.
As for our protective service team, I would like them to know that we appreciate all that they do in keeping us safe. My thanks to all of them and to Pete for 33 years of honourable service to the House.
View Xavier Barsalou-Duval Profile
BQ (QC)
Mr. Speaker, all the snow we just got is a sure sign that the holidays are just around the corner. On behalf of the Bloc Québécois, I would like to express our best wishes to you, the clerks, the pages, the security guards, who do not yet have a contract, and to everyone else who works for the House of Commons. Best wishes also to my colleagues from all the other parties.
I hope that next year will see us working together to make things better for Quebec. I also want to acknowledge our political staff who work tirelessly in the background on behalf of our constituents.
Lastly, I would like to extend my very best wishes to the people of Quebec. You are the reason we are here tenaciously defending your interests and our distinct society. We wish you happy times with your loved ones complete with celebration, good food, and rest. Let us come back reinvigorated because 2018 will be a memorable year. Merry Christmas and happy new year.
View Ginette Petitpas Taylor Profile
Lib. (NB)
Mr. Speaker, I rise today to recognize Parliament Hill. It is more than just brick and mortar, wood and nails.
I rise in recognition of the admirable work and the services that the House of Commons staff provide to parliamentarians and to Canadians.
To the researchers, cooks, servers, Parliamentary Protective Service employees, tour guides, landscapers, technicians, and all the employees who make sure that this institution functions despite the occasional madness, a big thank you.
To our office staff here and in the ridings, thank you for your service to your community, your neighbours, and democracy.
Lastly, I wish to thank the pages, who come from across Canada to be here and to participate in their democracy like few other Canadians have had the opportunity and the privilege to do so.
On behalf of my colleagues, I thank them for their time, energy, professionalism, and service. Thank you, and I wish everyone a wonderful Canada Day.
View Darren Fisher Profile
Lib. (NS)
View Darren Fisher Profile
2017-06-21 14:22 [p.13066]
Mr. Speaker, I rise today to recognize Parliament Hill. More than a collection of stone, mortar, wood, and nails, I rise on behalf of all Canadians to give thanks to those who do far too much on our behalf.
To the researchers, chefs, servers, our security, maintenance, the tour guides, the groundskeepers, operational staff, and tech support, to all the staff who ensure this institution functions despite the occasional insanity, I thank them.
To our staff here and back home in our constituencies, working tirelessly on behalf of all Canadians, I thank them.
Last, to the pages, individuals from across Canada, here to participate in our democracy in a way few Canadians have the opportunity or the privilege to do, I thank them.
On behalf of my colleagues, I thank them for their time, their energy, their professionalism, and their service. I thank them for all they do.
View Geoff Regan Profile
Lib. (NS)
View Geoff Regan Profile
2017-06-21 14:23 [p.13066]
Colleagues, please allow me to add my thanks to the pages, to the procedural clerks, to all the staff of the House of Commons, the Library of Parliament, and the Parliamentary Protective Service. I wish everyone a good summer, whenever it comes.
View Bardish Chagger Profile
Lib. (ON)
View Bardish Chagger Profile
2017-06-21 16:22 [p.13087]
Mr. Speaker, I want to join my colleagues in offering you and your family my best wishes for the summer adjournment period.
We have been able to achieve quite a bit in this spring sitting of Parliament, and have managed to pass important legislation and meaningful changes to our Standing Orders. I want to thank my counterpart House leaders and their respective teams for the good faith discussions that have occurred on many files. I very much look forward to that continued collaboration as we enter what I believe will be a busy fall sitting of this House. I would also like to thank the whips and other members of the House leadership from all sides and their teams for their hard work, as well as all members of this House for their continued work. I hope everyone enjoys the time with their families, loved ones, and with their constituents, and that everyone comes back to this House in September rested and reinvigorated.
I would be remiss if I did not thank and recognize the tremendous staff that help us get work done in this place.
I would like to take a moment to thank Marc Bosc for his service to the House as Acting Clerk since the departure of Audrey O'Brien. I wish him all the best in his future endeavours.
I also wish to thank all the other table officers who, under your direction, Mr. Speaker, ensure that the House operates effectively.
My thanks go as well to all the branches and services of the House administration. Without their contributions, we would not be able to do the good work that we do.
Finally, I would like to thank our pages. They have had a front-row seat over their year in this place to see how the House works, to help members, and to experience something that only 40 students per year have the privilege of living. I wish them well in their studies and in their future endeavours, and I look forward to welcoming the next class of pages.
Again, Mr. Speaker, to you and all my colleagues, please take the time to enjoy being in the constituencies with constituents, with friends, and with family. I very much look forward to seeing everyone back in the fall.
View Candice Bergen Profile
CPC (MB)
View Candice Bergen Profile
2017-06-21 16:25 [p.13087]
Mr. Speaker, on behalf of the Conservative team here, I would also like to offer my thanks to a number of people today.
I want to begin by thanking the government House leader for the work that she has put into many of the negotiations that we have had over the last little while. Together with the member for Victoria, the House Leader of the New Democratic Party, she and I have worked very hard.
I want to make special mention of some of our staff: Rheal and Hugo among the House leader's staff, Jeremy in the NDP House leader's staff, and a number of mine, including John and David. We have all worked very hard to do things. Sometimes we did not always agree, but I know everyone has worked really hard, and so I want to pay special tribute to those individuals.
I also want to thank all of the MPs, my fellow MPs, MPs from every side, who have been here until midnight working very hard on behalf of their constituents. I know that their staff have been working hard as well. The people who support them have been diligent. I want to thank them and wish them a very good summer.
I want to thank our clerks, our procedural experts, who sit here day after day and so faithfully serve us. We so much respect the work that they do. We admire them and are grateful to them.
I also want to echo the sentiments of the House leader and what has already been said and thank Marc Bosc for the tremendous work he has done. He will very much be missed.
I want to mention it is not just those of us here and those of us who are visible who support the House; there are so many other people, whether it is the bus drivers who faithfully get us here to the House of Commons, the protective services people who so faithfully and diligently serve us, those in the cafeterias, the staff around this place, or IT people. There are just so many people, probably 1,400 people, who support us day after day. Many of them go unseen, but I think today we want to thank them and wish them a good summer and a good holiday when this place quiets down.
I want to thank the pages who are so diligent and so generous and so gracious as they serve us. These are young people who are also going to school every day. They are working very hard on their studies. We know there are many pages who have gone on and had very impressive careers, some of them right here in this place. Even though sometimes we are busy when we ask them for a glass of water or to get us a specific document, I think we all want to express our deep gratitude for the way that they serve us and look after us here in the House of Commons.
Finally, to you, Mr. Speaker, I know that sometimes the waters here can be a little turbulent and you are navigating turbulent waters. I thank you for the service that you provide, as well as your deputy speakers and the other individuals who occupy that chair. I express my gratitude to you and to your colleagues. I wish you a very good summer.
I wish all of my colleagues a good summer, not only with their constituents but even more importantly with their families and friends. When we leave this place, the people who will remain and will be there for us are our families and our friends. I believe that we need to continue to invest in those relationships, and summertime is a really good time to do that.
Thank you again. I wish everyone a good summer.
View Matthew Dubé Profile
NDP (QC)
View Matthew Dubé Profile
2017-06-21 16:29 [p.13088]
Mr. Speaker, without wanting to take up too much time, I would like to add my voice to those of the two leaders who just spoke.
First, I would like to thank you, Mr. Speaker, for overseeing the proceedings in this place that can sometimes be quite noisy. Similarly, I thank the table officers who, as well, must work and concentrate in a sometimes chaotic work environment. I would also like to add my voice to those of my colleagues in thanking Mr. Bosc, who will be leaving us, for all the work that he has done.
I want to thank the government House leader. We certainly do not always agree on everything, but the important thing is that we have managed to come together at the end, and at least as we go off into the sunset in the summer, we are perhaps a bit more serene than we were at the beginning of the sitting.
I echo the same sentiment to the opposition House leader. I know that my colleague from Victoria certainly wanted to pass along his thanks as well for the discussions that, while not always easy, at least have ended on a positive note as we move back to our constituencies for the coming summer months.
I would also like to thank the security officers, hoping that over the next few months, the much-awaited respect that has been requested can be restored. As my colleagues have done, I would also like to thank the support staff who ensure that the House of Commons runs smoothly. While they may not appear on television, the staff make it possible for us to be here, day after day, in a healthy work environment. This of course includes the bus drivers, among others.
We certainly thank the cafeteria staff and those who take care of maintenance all around these beautiful buildings in the precinct, those who provide the mail services, and those involved in all of the work that goes on behind the scenes to make sure that this place is always running on time, as well as the people who make us look good.
Lastly, like my colleagues, I wish to thank the pages, who will be enjoying the summer and moving on to new adventures. As our collective experience has shown, some of them will return to the House of Commons, perhaps as MPs, or in other capacities, working for members or for the House of Commons. In any case, we would like to give them a huge thanks as they embark on their new adventures. On behalf of New Democrats, I wish them all, as well as all of our House of Commons colleagues, a wonderful summer.
I hope they will take that time, as the opposition House leader said, to be with their families. That time is precious. The things in here do not matter in comparison to health, family, and all of those things that we cannot take for granted. I hope they will enjoy that time. Most importantly, I hope they will work hard in their constituency, which is of course why Canadians elected us.
Thank you very much, Mr. Speaker, and I wish everyone a happy summer.
View Gabriel Ste-Marie Profile
BQ (QC)
View Gabriel Ste-Marie Profile
2017-06-21 16:31 [p.13089]
Mr. Speaker, I will be brief. I will join my colleagues in the other parties to wish you and my colleagues a wonderful summer. I thank all the Hill staff, particularly those who work in the House. I thank the clerks for all the work that they do. Like everyone else, I would like to congratulate all the pages. I wish them all the best for the future.
Have a great summer, everyone!
View Geoff Regan Profile
Lib. (NS)
View Geoff Regan Profile
2017-06-21 16:32 [p.13089]
I wish to echo the comments of the Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, the House leader of the official opposition, the hon. member for Beloeil—Chambly, and the hon. member for Joliette.
To reiterate what I said before question period, I want to thank all my colleagues for their great work.
I also want to thank all of the staff who work on Parliament Hill and provide the many services, from the cleaners to those who move furniture to the procedural staff to the interpreters, and the many people in so many areas who provide such great assistance to us. I know colleagues will have other suggestions of who I should add to that. I know I have not listed all of them, and I am sure I will forget some. However, I thank all of them, because we are grateful for the wonderful work that they do.
Of course I particularly want to thank the pages, to whom we are saying “so long”. I hope they will all come back and visit us regularly. We have enjoyed having these wonderful pages with us. They have done such great work for us.
I want to wish all members a healthy and very relaxing summer. I can say that I am looking forward to some tranquility over the course of the summer at some point. I know members will come back refreshed in the fall and get back to work.
However, I particularly want to urge members, all those who work on the Hill, and all Canadians to be careful this summer when on vacation or travelling. It is particularly important. I know members spend a lot of time on the road, and over the years we have lost a couple of members because of accidents, so I urge members to be extra careful. Obviously, if they become tired, they should not drive but should get some rest, please.
I wish all the best to everyone.
It is my duty pursuant to Standing Order 38 to inform the House that the questions to be raised tonight at the time of adjournment are as follows: the hon. member for Courtenay—Alberni, Taxation; the hon. member for Chilliwack—Hope, Standing Orders of the House of Commons.
View Geoff Regan Profile
Lib. (NS)
View Geoff Regan Profile
2017-05-08 11:03 [p.10857]
Order. As members know, many of our fellow Canadians have been affected by flooding in several parts of the country. Obviously, we stand in solidarity with the flood victims.
Locally, many residents of the National Capital Region are affected, directly or indirectly. As a result, and due to the measures taken by the local authorities, many of our staff will not be able to come to work today. The House administration will thus be operating with reduced staff. Every effort will be made to reduce the impacts on normal operations, but members may notice the effects of this unusual situation.
Obviously this will not affect the operations of the House and its committees, which will operate as normal.
I thank members for their understanding and, on behalf of the House, I would like to send a word of encouragement to those who are dealing with the flooding.
It being 11:05 a.m., the House will now proceed to consideration of private members' business as listed on today's Order Paper.
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