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^ 41st Parliament (2011.06.02 - 2015.08.02)
2nd session (2013.10.16 - 2015.08.02)

DateBillLast Action
2015.06.25 C-518
An Act to amend the Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act (withdrawal allowance)
Short Title: Protecting Taxpayers and Revoking Pensions of Convicted Politicians Act
Sponsor: Williamson, John
Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Rules, Procedures and the Rights of Parliament with amendments

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2015.06.25, p. 2099 Dissolution August 2, 2015.
2015.06.04 C-643
An Act to establish National Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Day
Short Title: National Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Day Act
Sponsor: Perreault, Manon
1st reading. Bill placed on the Orders of the Day for a 2nd reading two days hence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2015.06.04, p. 1938 Dissolution August 2, 2015.
2015.05.12 C-608
An Act respecting a National Day of the Midwife
Short Title: National Day of the Midwife Act
Sponsor: Doré Lefebvre, Rosane
2nd reading. Referred to Standing Senate Committtee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2015.05.12, p. 1832 Dissolution August 2, 2015.
2015.02.26 C-279
An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code (gender identity)
Sponsor: Garrison, Randall
Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs with amendments

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2015.02.26, p. 1637 Dissolution August 2, 2015.
2014.12.11 C-520
An Act supporting non-partisan offices of agents of Parliament
Short Title: Non-Partisan Offices of Agents of Parliament Act
Sponsor: Adler, Mark
2nd reading. Referred to Standing Senate Committee on National Finance.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2014.12.11, p. 1465 Dissolution August 2, 2015.
2014.10.07 C-290
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (sports betting)
Sponsor: Comartin, Joe
2nd reading. Referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2014.10.07, p. 1227 Dissolution August 2, 2015.
2014.02.05 C-350
An Act to amend the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (accountability of offenders)
Sponsor: Lauzon, Guy
2nd reading. Referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2014.02.05, p. 363 Dissolution August 2, 2015.
2013.10.17 C-314
An Act respecting the awareness of screening among women with dense breast tissue
Short Title: Breast Density Awareness Act
Sponsor: Brown, Patrick W.
1st reading.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2013.10.17, p. 33 Dissolution August 2, 2015.


1st session (2011.06.02 - 2013.09.13)

DateBillLast Action
2013.06.18 C-54
An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the National Defence Act (mental disorder)
Short Title: Not Criminally Responsible Reform Act
Sponsor: Nicholson, Rob
1st reading. Bill placed on the Orders of the Day for a 2nd reading two days hence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2013.06.18, p. 2688. Prorogation September 13, 2013.
2013.06.17 C-444
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (personating peace officer or public officer)
Sponsor: Dreeshen, Earl
1st reading. Bill placed on the Orders of the Day for a 2nd reading two days hence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2013.06.17, p. 2667. Prorogation September 13, 2013.
2013.06.17 C-279
An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code (gender identity)
Sponsor: Garrison, Randall
Motion in amendment at 3rd reading

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2013.06.17, p. 2669 Prorogation September 13, 2013.
2013.06.12 C-266
An Act to establish Pope John Paul II Day
Short Title: Pope John Paul II Day Act
Sponsor: Lizon, Wladyslaw
1st reading. Bill placed on the Orders of the Day for a 2nd reading two days hence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2013.06.12, p. 2643. Prorogation September 13, 2013.
2013.06.11 C-290
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (sports betting)
Sponsor: Comartin, Joe
Motion for 3rd reading.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2013.06.11, p. 2630. Prorogation September 13, 2013.
2013.06.06 C-394
An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the National Defence Act (criminal organization recruitment)
Sponsor: Gill, Parm
Motion for 2nd reading. Debate adjourned.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2013.06.06, p. 2613. Prorogation September 13, 2013.
2013.03.21 C-350
An Act to amend the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (accountability of offenders)
Sponsor: Lauzon, Guy
2nd reading. Referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2013.03.21, p. 2031. Prorogation September 13, 2013.
2013.03.21 C-217
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (mischief relating to war memorials)
Sponsor: Tilson, David
2nd reading. Referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2013.03.21, p. 2032. Prorogation September 13, 2013.
^ 40th Parliament (2008.11.18 - 2011.03.26)
3rd session (2010.03.03 - 2011.03.26)

DateBillLast Action
2011.03.25 C-54
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (sexual offences against children)
Short Title: Protecting Children from Sexual Predators Act
Sponsor: Nicholson, Rob
Motion in amendment that the bill be not now read a third time, but that it be referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs for consideration and report. A standing vote was deferred until the next sitting.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2011.03.25, p. 1432. Dissolution March 26, 2011.
2011.03.24 C-393
An Act to amend the Patent Act (drugs for international humanitarian purposes) and to make a consequential amendment to another Act
Sponsor: Dewar, Paul
Further debate on the motion for 2nd reading adjourned until the next sitting; resolved in the affirmative on recorded division.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2011.03.24, p. 1422. Dissolution March 26, 2011.
2011.03.24 C-509
An Act to amend the Canada Post Corporation Act (library materials)
Sponsor: Tweed, Mervin C.
Motion for 2nd reading. Debate adjourned.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2011.03.24, p. 1422. Dissolution March 26, 2011.
2011.03.23 C-473
An Act to protect insignia of military orders and military decorations and medals that are of cultural significance for future generations
Short Title: Protection of Insignia of Military Orders, Decorations and Medals Act
Sponsor: Schellenberger, Gary
Motion for 2nd reading. Debate adjourned.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2011.03.23, p. 1407. Dissolution March 26, 2011.
2011.03.23 C-465
An Act respecting a National Hunting, Trapping and Fishing Heritage Day
Short Title: National Hunting, Trapping and Fishing Heritage Day Act
Sponsor: Norlock, Rick
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2011.03.23, p. 1406 Dissolution March 26, 2011.
2011.03.22 C-232
An Act to amend the Supreme Court Act (understanding the official languages)
Sponsor: Godin, Yvon
2nd reading. Referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2011.03.22, p. 1356. Dissolution March 26, 2011.
2011.03.21 C-302
An Act to recognize the injustice that was done to persons of Italian origin through their “enemy alien” designation and internment during the Second World War, and to provide for restitution and promote education on Italian-Canadian history
Short Title: Italian-Canadian Recognition and Restitution Act
Sponsor: Pacetti, Massimo
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2011.03.21, p. 1343. Dissolution March 26, 2011.
2011.03.09 C-470
An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (disclosure of compensation — registered charities)
Sponsor: Guarnieri, Albina
1st reading. Bill placed on the Orders of the Day for a 2nd reading two days hence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2011.03.09, p. 1283. Dissolution March 26, 2011.
2011.03.08 C-288
An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (tax credit for new graduates working in designated regions)
Sponsor: Deschamps, Johanne
2nd reading. Referred to Standing Senate Committee on National Finance.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2011.03.08, p. 1276. Dissolution March 26, 2011.
2011.02.10 C-389
An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code (gender identity and gender expression)
Sponsor: Siksay, Bill
1st reading. Bill placed on the Orders of the Day for a 2nd reading two days hence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2011.02.10, p. 1205. Dissolution March 26, 2011.
2010.11.16 C-311
An Act to ensure Canada assumes its responsibilities in preventing dangerous climate change
Short Title: Climate Change Accountability Act
Sponsor: Hyer, Bruce
Motion for 2nd reading; division passed in the negative.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2010.11.16, p. 948.


2nd session (2009.01.26 - 2009.12.30)

DateBillLast Action
2009.12.15 C-268
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (minimum sentence for offences involving trafficking of persons under the age of eighteen years)
Sponsor: Smith, Joy
Motion for 2nd reading. Debate adjourned on motion.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2009.12.15, p. 1682. Prorogation December 30, 2009.
2009.12.15 C-27
An Act to promote the efficiency and adaptability of the Canadian economy by regulating certain activities that discourage reliance on electronic means of carrying out commercial activities, and to amend the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Act, the Competition Act, the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act and the Telecommunications Act
Short Title: Electronic Commerce Protection Act
Sponsor: Clement, Tony
2nd reading. Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2009.12.15, p. 1679. Prorogation December 15, 2009.
2009.12.15 C-6
An Act respecting the safety of consumer products
Short Title: Canada Consumer Product Safety Act
Sponsor: Aglukkaq, Leona
Passed with amendments and sent to House of Commons for concurrence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2009.12.15, p. 1678. Prorogation December 30, 2009.
2009.12.14 C-15
An Act to amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and to make related and consequential amendments to other Acts
Sponsor: Nicholson, Rob
Passed with amendments and sent to House of Commons for concurrence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2009.12.14, p. 1659. Prorogation December 30, 2009.
2009.11.26 C-36
An Act to amend the Criminal Code
Short Title: / Alternative title: Serious Time for the Most Serious Crime Act
Sponsor: Nicholson, Rob
1st reading. Bill placed on the Orders of the Day for a 2nd reading two days hence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2009.11.26, p. 1491. Prorogation December 30, 2009.
2009.10.29 C-26
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (auto theft and trafficking in property obtained by crime)
Sponsor: Nicholson, Rob
2nd reading. Referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2009.10.29, p. 1396. Prorogation December 30, 2009.
^ 39th Parliament (2006.04.03 - 2008.09.07)
2nd session (2007.10.16 - 2008.09.07)

DateBillLast Action
2008.06.26 C-29
An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act (accountability with respect to loans)
Sponsor: Van Loan, Peter
Further debate on the motion for 2nd reading adjourned until the next sitting.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2008.06.26, p. 1686 Dissolution September 7, 2008.
2008.06.18 C-253
An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (deductibility of RESP contributions)
Sponsor: McTeague, Dan
Motion for 2nd reading. Debate adjourned.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2008.06.18, p. 1633. Dissolution September 7, 2008.
2008.06.18 C-280
An Act to amend the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (coming into force of sections 110, 111 and 171)
Sponsor: Demers, Nicole
Motion for 3rd reading.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2008.06.18, p. 1641. Dissolution September 7, 2008.
2008.06.12 C-207
An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (expenses incurred by caregivers)
Sponsor: Bouchard, Robert
1st reading. Bill placed on the Orders of the Day for a 2nd reading two days hence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2008.06.12, p. 1341. Dissolution September 7, 2008.
2008.06.10 C-377
An Act to ensure Canada assumes its responsibilities in preventing dangerous climate change
Sponsor: Layton, Jack
1st reading.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2008.06.10, p. 1248. Dissolution September 7, 2008.
2008.05.27 C-299
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (identification information obtained by fraud or false pretence)
Sponsor: Rajotte, James
2nd reading. Referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2008.05.27, p. 1390.
2008.05.27 C-428
An Act to amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (methamphetamine)
Sponsor: Warkentin, Chris
Referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2008.05.27, p. 1390. Dissolution September 7, 2008.
2008.05.13 C-307
An Act respecting bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, benzyl butyl phthalate and dibutyl phthalate
Sponsor: Cullen, Nathan
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2008.05.13, p. 1330
2008.04.10 C-343
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (motor vehicle theft)
Sponsor: Scheer, Andrew
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2008.04.10, p. 1110. Dissolution September 7, 2008.
2007.12.04 C-10
An Act to amend the Income Tax Act, including amendments in relation to foreign investment entities and non-resident trusts, and to provide for the bijural expression of the provisions of that Act
Sponsor: Flaherty, James Michael (Jim)
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2007.12.04, p. 217. Dissolution September 7, 2008.


1st session (2006.04.03 - 2007.09.14)

DateBillLast Action
2007.06.21 C-51
An Act to give effect to the Nunavik Inuit Land Claims Agreement and to make a consequential amendment to another Act
Short Title: Nunavik Inuit Land Claims Agreement Act
Sponsor: Strahl, Charles (Chuck)
2nd reading. Referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2007.06.21, p. 1822. Prorogation September 14, 2007.
2007.06.20 C-22
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (age of protection) and to make consequential amendments to the Criminal Records Act
Sponsor: Nicholson, Rob
2nd reading. Referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2007.06.20, p. 1786. Prorogation September 14, 2007.
2007.06.19 C-280
An Act to amend the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (coming into force of sections 110, 111 and 171)
Sponsor: Demers, Nicole
Further debate on the motion for 2nd reading adjourned until the next sitting.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2007.06.19, p. 1770.
2007.06.18 C-23
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (criminal procedure, language of the accused, sentencing and other amendments)
Sponsor: Nicholson, Rob
Further debate on the motion for 2nd reading adjourned until the next sitting.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2007.06.18, p. 1753. Prorogation September 14, 2007.
2007.06.18 C-33
An Act to amend the Income Tax Act, including amendments in relation to foreign investment entities and non-resident trusts, and to provide for the bijural expression of the provisions of that Act
Short Title: Income Tax Amendments Act, 2006
Sponsor: Flaherty, James Michael (Jim)
1st reading. Bill placed on the Orders of the Day for 2nd reading at the next sitting of the Senate.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2007.06.18, p. 1749. Prorogation September 14, 2007.
2007.06.14 C-62
An Act to amend the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act, the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act, the Wage Earner Protection Program Act and chapter 47 of the Statutes of Canada, 2005
Sponsor: Blackburn, Jean-Pierre
1st reading. Bill placed on the Orders of the Day for a 2nd reading two days hence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2007.06.14, p. 1736.
2007.06.14 C-10
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (minimum penalties for offences involving firearms) and to make a consequential amendment to another Act
Sponsor: Nicholson, Rob
Further debate on the motion for 2nd reading adjourned until the next sitting.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2007.06.14, p. 1736. Prorogation September 14, 2007.
2007.06.06 C-292
An Act to implement the Kelowna Accord
Short Title: Kelowna Accord Implementation Act
Sponsor: Martin, Paul Edgar Philippe
2nd reading. Referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Aboriginal Peoples.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2007.06.06, p. 1615.
2007.06.05 C-35
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (reverse onus in bail hearings for firearm-related offences)
Sponsor: Nicholson, Rob
1st reading. Bill placed on the Orders of the Day for a 2nd reading two days hence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2007.06.05, p. 1597. Prorogation September 14, 2007.
2007.05.29 C-293
An Act respecting the provision of official development assistance abroad
Short Title: Official Development Assistance Accountability Act
Sponsor: McKay, John
2nd reading. Referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2007.05.29, p. 1566.
2007.05.09 C-299
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (identification information obtained by fraud or false pretence)
Sponsor: Rajotte, James
1st reading. Bill placed on the Orders of the Day for a 2nd reading two days hence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2007.05.09, p. 1509.
^ 37th Parliament (2001.01.29 - 2004.05.23)
3rd session (2004.02.02 - 2004.05.23)

DateBillLast Action
2004.05.13 C-12
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (protection of children and other vulnerable persons) and the Canada Evidence Act.
Sponsor: Cotler, Irwin
1st reading. Bill placed on the Orders of the Day for a 2nd reading two days hence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2004.05.13, p. 549. Dissolution May 23, 2004.
2004.04.20 C-22
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (cruelty to animals).
Sponsor: Cotler, Irwin
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2004.04.20, p. 434. Dissolution May 23, 2004.
2004.04.20 C-300
An Act to change the names of certain electoral districts.
Sponsor: Catterall, Marlene
Motion for 2nd reading. Ordered, That notwithstanding Rule 27(3), Order No. 2 (Bill C-300) remain on the Order Paper for another fifteen consecutive sitting days.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2004.04.20, p. 435. Dissolution May 23, 2004.
2004.04.01 C-249
An Act to amend the Competition Act.
Sponsor: McTeague, Dan
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2004.04.01, p. 425. Dissolution May 23, 2004.


2nd session (2002.09.30 - 2003.11.12)

DateBillLast Action
2003.11.07 C-13
An Act respecting assisted human reproduction and related research.
Short Title: Assisted Human Reproduction Act.
Sponsor: McLellan, A. Anne
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2003.11.07, p. 1354. Prorogation November 12, 2003.
2003.11.07 C-49
An Act respecting the effective date of the representation order of 2003.
Sponsor: Boudria, Don
Further debate on the motion for 2nd reading adjourned until the next sitting.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2003.11.07, p. 1352. Prorogation November 12, 2003.
2003.11.07 C-34
An Act to amend the Parliament of Canada Act (Ethics Commissioner and Senate Ethics Officer) and other Acts in consequence.
Sponsor: Boudria, Don
Passed with an amendment and sent to Commons for concurrence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2003.11.07, p. 1354 Prorogation November 12, 2003
2003.11.06 C-10B
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (cruelty to animals).
Sponsor: Cauchon, Martin
House of Commons amendments referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2003.11.06, p. 1338. Prorogation November 12, 2003.
2003.11.06 C-17
An Act to amend certain Acts of Canada, and to enact measures for implementing the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention, in order to enhance public safety.
Short Title: Public Safety Act, 2002
Sponsor: Collenette, David Michael
Further debate on the motion for 2nd reading adjourned until the next sitting.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2003.11.06, p. 1343 Prorogation November 12, 2003.
2003.11.05 C-46
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (capital markets fraud and evidence-gathering).
Sponsor: Cauchon, Martin
1st reading. Bill placed on the Orders of the Day for a 2nd reading two days hence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2003.11.05, p. 1328. Prorogation November 12, 2003.
2003.11.05 C-260
An Act to amend the Hazardous Products Act (fire-safe cigarettes).
Sponsor: McKay, John
Further debate on the motion for 2nd reading adjourned until the next sitting.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2003.11.05, p. 1331. Prorogation November 12, 2003.
2003.11.05 C-250
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (hate propaganda).
Sponsor: Robinson, Svend Johannes
Further debate on the motion for 2nd reading adjourned until the next sitting.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2003.11.05, p. 1331. Prorogation November 12, 2003.
2003.11.05 C-23
An Act respecting the registration of information relating to sex offenders, to amend the Criminal Code and to make consequential amendments to other Acts.
Short Title: Sex Offender Information Registration Act.
Sponsor: Easter, Wayne
1st reading. Bill placed on the Orders of the Day for a 2nd reading two days hence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2003.11.05, p. 1327. Prorogation November 12, 2003.
2003.11.04 C-36
An Act to establish the Library and Archives of Canada, to amend the Copyright Act and to amend certain Acts in consequence.
Short Title: Library and Archives of Canada Act.
Sponsor: Copps, Sheila Maureen
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2003.11.04, p. 1319. Prorogation November 12, 2003.
2003.10.30 C-32
An Act to amend the Criminal Code and other Acts.
Sponsor: Cauchon, Martin
1st reading. Bill placed on the Orders of the Day for a 2nd reading two days hence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2003.10.30, p. 1290. Prorogation November 12, 2003.
2003.10.29 C-41
An Act to amend certain Acts.
Short Title: Amendments and Corrections Act, 2003.
Sponsor: Boudria, Don
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2003.10.29, p. 1267. Prorogation November 12, 2003.
2003.10.29 C-53
An Act to change the names of certain electoral districts.
Sponsor: Boudria, Don
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2003.10.29, p. 1268. Prorogation November 12, 2003.
2003.10.22 C-212
An Act respecting user fees.
Short Title: User Fees Act.
Sponsor: Cullen, Roy
2nd reading. Referred to Standing Senate Committee on National Finance.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2003.10.22, p. 1187. Prorogation November 12, 2003.
2003.09.18 C-35
An Act to amend the National Defence Act (remuneration of military judges).
Sponsor: McCallum, John
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2003.09.18, p. 1032. Prorogation November 12, 2003.
2003.09.17 C-249
An Act to amend the Competition Act.
Sponsor: McTeague, Dan
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2003.09.17, p. 1024. Prorogation November 12, 2003.
2003.06.03 C-300
An Act to change the names of certain electoral districts.
Sponsor: Catterall, Marlene
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2003.06.03, p. 880. Prorogation November 12, 2003.
2002.11.28 C-10
An Act to amend the Criminal code (cruelty to animals and firearms) and the Firearms Act.
Sponsor: Cauchon, Martin
Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs instructed to divide Bill C-10 into two bills. Examined the bill and reported that it had divided the bill into Bill C-10A, An Act to amend the Criminal Code (firearms) and the Firearms Act, and Bill C-10B, An Act to amend the Criminal Code (cruelty to animals).

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2002.11.28, p. 228. House of Commons concurred with the Senate’s division of Bill C-10 into two parts while disapproving of any infraction of its privileges or rights by the other House (Journals of the House of Commons, May 6, 2003, p. 745).


1st session (2001.01.29 - 2002.09.16)

DateBillLast Action
2002.06.13 C-15B
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (cruelty to animals and firearms) and the Firearms Act.
Sponsor: McLellan, A. Anne
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2002.06.13, p. 1749. Prorogation September 16, 2002.
2002.06.13 C-5
An Act respecting the protection of wildlife species at risk in Canada.
Short Title: Species at Risk Act
Sponsor: Anderson, David
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2002.06.13, p. 1751 Prorogation September 16, 2002
2002.06.13 C-53
An Act to protect human health and safety and the environment by regulating products used for the control of pests.
Short Title: Pest Control Products Act
Sponsor: McLellan, A. Anne
1st reading. Bill placed on the Orders of the Day for a 2nd reading two days hence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2002.06.13, p. 1755. Prorogation September 16, 2002.
2002.06.13 C-441
An Act to change the names of certain electoral districts.
Sponsor: Catterall, Marlene
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2002.06.13, p. 1684. Prorogation September 16, 2002.
^ 36th Parliament (1997.09.22 - 2000.10.22)
2nd session (1999.10.12 - 2000.10.22)

DateBillLast Action
2000.06.27 C-16
An Act respecting Canadian citizenship.
Short Title: Citizenship of Canada Act
Sponsor: Caplan, Elinor
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2000.06.27, p. 791. Dissolution October 22, 2000.
2000.06.15 C-276
An Act to amend the Competition Act (negative option marketing).
Sponsor: Gallaway, Roger John
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2000.06.15, p. 718. Dissolution October 22, 2000.
2000.05.18 C-247
An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (cumulative sentences).
Sponsor: Guarnieri, Albina
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 2000.05.18, p. 629. Dissolution October 22, 2000.


1st session (1997.09.22 - 1999.09.18)

DateBillLast Action
1999.06.08 C-69
An Act to amend the Criminal Records Act and to amend another Act inconsequence.
Sponsor: MacAulay, Lawrence
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1999.06.08, p. 1692. Prorogation September 18, 1999.
1999.06.08 C-251
An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the Corrections and ConditionalRelease Act (cumulative sentences).
Sponsor: Guarnieri, Albina
1st Reading. Bill placed on the Orders of the Day for a 2nd reading on Thursday, June 10, 1999.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1999.06.08, p. 1692. Prorogation September 18, 1999.
1998.06.10 C-220
An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the Copyright Act (profit from authorship respecting a crime)
Sponsor: Wappel, Thomas (Tom) William
Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs recommends Bill not proceed. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1998.06.10, p. 799.
^ 35th Parliament (1994.01.17 - 1997.04.27)
2nd session (1996.02.27 - 1997.04.27)

DateBillLast Action
1997.04.25 C-66
An Act to amend the Canada Labour Code (Part 1) and the Corporations and Labour Unions Returns Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts.
Sponsor: Gagliano, Alfonso
Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology, without amendment but with observations and recommendations. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1997.04.25, p. 1283. Dissolution April 27, 1997.
1997.04.24 C-44
An Act for making the system of Canadian ports competitive, efficient and commercially oriented, providing for the establishing of port authorities and the divesting of certain harbours and ports, for the commercialization of the St. Lawrence Seaway and ferry services and other matters related to maritime trade and transport and amending the Pilotage Act and amending and repealing other Acts as a consequence.
Short Title: Canada Marine Act
Sponsor: Anderson, David
Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications, without amendment.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1997.04.24, p. 1270. Dissolution April 27, 1997.
1997.04.16 C-216
An Act to amend the Broadcasting Act (broadcasting policy).
Sponsor: Gallaway, Roger John
Passed with one amendment and sent to Commons for concurrence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1997.04.16, p. 1194. Dissolution April 27, 1997.
1996.06.19 C-28
An Act respecting certain agreements concerning the redevelopment and operation of Terminals 1 and 2 at Lester B. Pearson International Airport.
Short Title: Pearson International Airport Agreements Act.
Sponsor: Anderson, David
Rejected by the Senate at 3rd reading.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1996.06.19, p. 458.


1st session (1994.01.17 - 1996.02.02)

DateBillLast Action
1995.06.28 C-69
An Act to provide for the establishment of electoral boundaries commissions and the readjustment of electoral boundaries.
Short Title: Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act, 1995.
Sponsor: Gray, Herbert Eser (Herb)
Message from the House of Commons that the: Senate does not insist on its amendments. Question, together with the message from the House of Commons on the same subject, dated June 20, 1995 was referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1995.06.28, p. 1145. Prorogation February 2, 1996.
1994.09.30 C-22
An Act respecting certain agreements concerning the redevelopment and operation of Terminals 1 and 2 at Lester B. Pearson International Airport.
Short Title: Pearson International Airport Agreements Act.
Sponsor: Young, M. Douglas
Message from the House of Commons that the: Senate does not insist on its amendments. Question, together with the message from the House of Commons on the same subject, dated September 30, 1995 was referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1994.09.30, p. 535 Prorogation February 2, 1996.
^ 34th Parliament (1988.12.12 - 1993.09.08)
3rd session (1991.05.13 - 1993.09.08)

DateBillLast Action
1993.06.10 C-93
An Act to implement certain government organization provisions of the budget tabled in the House of Commons on February 25, 1992.
Short Title: Budget Implementation (Government Organizations) Act, 1992.
Sponsor: Mazankowski, Donald Frank
Rejected by the Senate at 3rd reading.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1993.06.10, p. 2184.


2nd session (1989.04.03 - 1991.05.12)

DateBillLast Action
1991.01.31 C-43
An Act respecting Abortion.
Sponsor: Campbell, A. Kim
Rejected by the Senate at 3rd reading.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1991.01.31, p. 2238.
1990.12.21 C-82
An Act to amend An Act to provide for the appointment of a Port Warden for the Harbour of Quebec and An Act to amend and consolidate the Acts relating to the office of Port Warden for the Harbour of Montreal, and to validate certain fees and charges established pursuant thereto.
Sponsor: Lewis, Douglas Grinslade
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1990.12.21, p. 2046. Prorogation May 12, 1991.
^ 33rd Parliament (1984.11.05 - 1988.10.01)
2nd session (1986.09.30 - 1988.10.01)

DateBillLast Action
1988.09.30 C-136
An Act respecting broadcasting and to amend certain Acts in relation thereto and in relation to radio communication.
Short Title: Broadcasting Act.
Sponsor: MacDonald, Flora Isabel
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1988.09.30, p. 3478. Prorogation Sept. 30, 1988.
1988.09.28 C-144
An Act to authorize payments by Canada toward the provision of child care services, and to amend the Canada Assistance Plan in consequence thereof.
Short Title: Canada Child Care Act.
Sponsor: Epp, Arthur Jacob (Jake)
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1988.09.28, p. 3459. Prorogation Sept. 30, 1988.
1988.09.15 C-148
An Act to establish the Canadian Centre for Management Development and to amend certain Acts in consequence thereof.
Short Title: Canadian Centre for Management Development Act.
Sponsor: Mazankowski, Donald Frank
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on National Finance.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1988.09.15, p. 3434. Prorogation September 30, 1988.
1988.09.15 C-130
An Act to implement the Free Trade Agreement between Canada and the United States of America.
Short Title: Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act.
Sponsor: Crosbie, John Carnell
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1988.09.15, p. 3433. Prorogation September 30, 1988.
1988.09.14 C-259
An Act to extend the term of a patent relating to a certain food additive.
Short Title: Patent Extension (Aspartame) Act.
Sponsor: Lanthier, Claude
Passed with one amendment and sent to the House of Commons for concurrence. Bill withdrawn in House of Commons Sept. 14, 1988.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1988.09.14, p. 1455.
1988.05.19 C-83
An Act to amend the Senate and House of Commons Act.
Sponsor: Mazankowski, Donald Frank
Subject matter referred to Standing Senate Committee on Internal Economy, Budgets and Administration, before second reading.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1988.05.19, p. 2647. Prorogation Sept. 30, 1988.
1988.04.28 C-52
An Act respecting the use of foreign ships and non-duty paid ships in the coasting trade and in other marine activities of a commercial nature.
Short Title: Coasting Trade and Commercial Marine Activities Act.
Sponsor: Crosbie, John Carnell
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1988.04.28, p. 2364. Prorogation Sept. 30, 1988.
1911.05.17 4
An Act to amend the Railway Act
Sponsor: MacDonald, Flora Isabel
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours reports preamble not proven to their satisfaction and passage of Bill not in public interest. Debate postponed.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1911.05.17, p. 437. Dissolution July 29, 1911.
^ 32nd Parliament (1980.04.14 - 1984.07.09)
2nd session (1983.12.07 - 1984.07.09)

DateBillLast Action
1984.06.29 C-47
An Act to amend the Indian Act.
Sponsor: Munro, John Carr
1st reading. Bill placed on the Orders of the day for a second reading at the next sitting of the Senate.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1984.06.29, p. 691. Dissolution July 19, 1984.
^ 31st Parliament (1979.10.09 - 1979.12.14)
1st session (1979.10.09 - 1979.12.14)

DateBillLast Action
1979.12.13 C-29
An Act for granting to Her Majesty certain sums of money for the public service for the financial year ending the 31st March, 1980
Short Title: Appropriation Act No. 2, 1979-80
Sponsor: Stevens, Sinclair McKnight
Passed without admendment. Dissolution before receiving Royal Assent

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1979.12.13, p. 292. Dissolution December 14, 1979.
^ 30th Parliament (1974.09.30 - 1979.03.26)
2nd session (1976.10.12 - 1977.10.17)

DateBillLast Action
1977.10.17 C-41
An Act to provide a maritime code for Canada and to amend the Canada Shipping Act and other Acts in consequence thereof.
Short Title: Maritime Code Act.
Sponsor: Lang, Otto Emil
Passed with amendments and sent to House of Commons for concurrence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1977.10.17, p. 842. Prorogation October 17, 1977.
1977.07.07 C-256
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (counterfeit of rare coins and notes).
Short Title: Hobby Protection Act (numismatic).
Sponsor: Kaplan, Robert Phillip
Referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1977.07.07, p. 768. Prorogation October 17, 1977.
1977.06.08 C-309
An Act respecting the domestic and industrial use of solar energy.
Short Title: Solar Energy Application Act.
Sponsor: Caccia, Charles L.
Referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1977.06.08, p. 612. Prorogation October 17, 1977.


1st session (1974.09.30 - 1976.10.12)

DateBillLast Action
1975.03.25 C-223
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (the National Flag of Canada).
Sponsor: Hopkins, Leonard Donald
Referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1975.03.25, p. 285. Prorogation October 12, 1976.
^ 26th Parliament (1963.05.16 - 1965.09.08)
1st session (1963.05.16 - 1963.12.21)

DateBillLast Action
1963.12.21 C-133
An Act to amend the Judges Act and the Exchequer Court Act.
Sponsor: Chevrier, Lionel
1st reading. Bill placed on the Orders of the Day for 2nd reading at the next sitting of the Senate.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1963.12.21, p. 841 Prorogation December 21, 1963
^ 24th Parliament (1958.05.12 - 1962.04.19)
5th session (1962.01.18 - 1962.04.19)

DateBillLast Action
1962.04.11 C-44
An Act to amend the Representation Act (Halifax Electoral District).
Sponsor: Morris, Edmund Leverett
Referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Miscellaneous Private Bills.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1962.04.11, p. 341. Dissolution April 19, 1962.


4th session (1960.11.17 - 1961.09.29)

DateBillLast Action
1961.07.13 C-114
An Act respecting the Bank of Canada.
Sponsor: Fleming, Donald Methuen
Standing Senate Committee on Banking and Commerce reports that this Bill should not be further proceeded with and finds that the Governor of the Bank of Canada did not misconduct himself in office. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1961.07.13, p. 611.
1961.07.12 C-72
An Act to amend the Customs Tariff.
Sponsor: Fleming, Donald Methuen
Motion that the Senate do not insist upon its amendment resolved in the negative.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1961.07.12, p. 607. Prorogation September 29, 1961.
1961.05.16 C-11
An Act respecting Procedure in relation to Parliamentary Divorce.
Short Title: Parliamentary Divorce Act.
Sponsor: Morton, Murray Douglas
Order for 2nd reading. Bill dropped.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1961.05.16, p. 416.
^ 21st Parliament (1949.09.15 - 1953.06.13)
1st session (1949.09.15 - 1949.12.10)

DateBillLast Action
1949.12.10 222
An Act to amend The Canadian Red Cross Society Act
Sponsor: Macnaughton, Alan Aylesworth
Passed with two amendments and sent House of Commons for concurrence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1949.12.10, p. 317. Prorogation December 10, 1949.
^ 20th Parliament (1945.09.06 - 1949.04.30)
2nd session (1946.03.14 - 1946.08.31)

DateBillLast Action
1946.08.07 8
An Act respecting Canada Day.
Short Title: The Canada Day Act.
Sponsor: Côté, Antoine-Philéas
Passed with several amendments and sent to House of Commons for concurrence. No further action by House of Commons.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1946.08.07, p. 412 Prorogation August 31, 1946.
^ 19th Parliament (1940.05.16 - 1945.04.16)
2nd session (1940.11.07 - 1942.01.21)

DateBillLast Action
1941.06.11 101
An Act to amend the Special War Revenue Act.
Sponsor: Ilsley, James Lorimer
Consolidated with Bill 88 after 2nd reading.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1941.06.11, p. 198.


1st session (1940.05.16 - 1940.11.05)

DateBillLast Action
1940.08.02 31
An Act to amend the Soldier Settlement Act.
Sponsor: Crerar, Thomas Alexander
Standing Senate Committee on Banking and Commerce reports preamble not proven to their satisfaction and passage of Bill not in public interest. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1940.08.02, p. 237.
1940.08.01 25
An Act to amend the Farmers' Creditors Arrangement Act, 1934.
Sponsor: Ralston, James Layton
Senate insist on their amendments. Free conference with Commons fails.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1940.08.01, p. 232. Prorogation November 5, 1940.
^ 18th Parliament (1936.02.06 - 1940.01.25)
4th session (1939.01.12 - 1939.06.03)

DateBillLast Action
1939.04.20 86
An Act to amend the Farmers' Creditors Arrangement Act, 1934.
Sponsor: Dunning, Charles Avery
Motion for 2nd reading passed in the negative.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1939.04.20, p. 119.
1939.03.21 7
An Act to amend the Lord's Day Act.
Sponsor: Brunelle, Hervé-Edgar
Motion for 2nd reading passed in the negative.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1939.03.21, p. 72


3rd session (1938.01.27 - 1938.07.01)

DateBillLast Action
1938.06.30 175
An Act respecting Penitentiaries.
Short Title: The Penitentiary Act, 1938.
Sponsor: Lapointe, Ernest
Motion for 3rd reading passed in the negative.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1938.06.30, p. 374.
1938.06.29 15
An Act to incorporate Niagara Falls Observation Bridge Company.
Sponsor: Damude, Arthur Byron
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours recommends leave be given to withdraw the Bill. Report adopted. Bill withdrawn.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1938.06.29, p. 354.
1938.06.29 21
An Act to amend the Electricity and Fluid Exportation Act.
Short Title: The Electricity and Fluid Exportation Act Amendment Act, 1938.
Sponsor: King, William Lyon Mackenzie
Standing Senate Committee on Banking and Commerce recommends Bill be not further proceeded with. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1938.06.29, p. 361.
1938.06.23 20
An Act to amend the Post Office Act (Newspaper Ownership).
Sponsor: Church, Thomas Langton
Standing Senate Committee on Miscellaneous Private Bills reports preamble not proven to their satisfaction and passage of Bill not in public interest. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1938.06.23, p. 308.
1938.06.14 13
An Act to amend the Lord's Day Act.
Sponsor: Brunelle, Hervé-Edgar
Consideration of Senate amendments debated. Hour for private and publics bills expired.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1938.06.14, p. 535. Prorogation July 1, 1938.


1st session (1936.02.06 - 1936.06.23)

DateBillLast Action
1936.06.20 97
An Act to amend the Combines Investigation Act.
Sponsor: King, William Lyon Mackenzie
Message to House of Commons that Senate insist upon their amendments. No further action by House of Commons.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1936.06.20, p. 321. Prorogation June 23, 1936.
^ 17th Parliament (1930.09.08 - 1935.08.14)
6th session (1935.01.17 - 1935.07.05)

DateBillLast Action
1935.06.18 50
An Act to amend the Post Office Act (Newspaper Ownership).
Sponsor: Church, Thomas Langton
Standing Senate Committee on Banking and Commerce recommends that Bill be not further proceeded with "Its passage would be ineffective to attain its purpose ". Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1935.06.18, p. 247 & 324.
1935.06.12 71
An Act to amend the Industrial Disputes Investigation Act.
Sponsor: Gordon, Wesley Ashton
Standing Senate Committee on Banking and Commerce recommends that Bill be not further proceeded with. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1935.06.12, p. 240.


5th session (1934.01.25 - 1934.07.03)

DateBillLast Action
1934.06.05 3
An Act to amend The Importation of Intoxicating Liquors Act.
Sponsor: Guthrie, Hugh
Bill withdrawn.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1934.06.05, p. 234.
1934.04.26 10
An Act respecting a certain patent owned by The Firth-Brearley Stainless Steel Syndicate, Limited.
Sponsor: Kennedy, William Walker
Standing Senate Committee on Miscellaneous Private Bills reports preamble not proven to their satisfaction and passage of Bill not in public interest. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1934.04.26, p. 153. & 160.


4th session (1932.10.06 - 1933.05.27)

DateBillLast Action
1933.05.16 84
An Act to amend the Judges Act.
Sponsor: Guthrie, Hugh
Motion for 2nd reading; division passed in the negative.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1933.05.16, p. 283.
^ 16th Parliament (1926.12.09 - 1930.05.30)
3rd session (1929.02.07 - 1929.06.14)

DateBillLast Action
1929.06.13 81
An Act to amend the Criminal Code.
Sponsor: Lapointe, Ernest
Motion for 2nd reading; division passed in the negative.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1929.06.13, p. 510.
1929.06.07 75
An Act respecting the Domicile of Married Women in proceedings for Divorce.
Short Title: The Divorce Jurisdiction Act, 1929.
Sponsor: Ward, William John
Motion in amendment that the said Bill be read a 2nd time "this day six months"; resolved in the affirmative on division.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1929.06.07, p. 495. Prorogation June 14, 1929.
1929.05.29 9
An Act to amend the Post Office Act (Newspaper Ownership).
Sponsor: Church, Thomas Langton
Standing Senate Committee on Miscellaneous Private Bills reports preamble not proven to their satisfaction and passage of Bill not in public interest. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1929.05.29, p. 421
1929.05.28 22
An Act to incorporate Niagara Falls Memorial Bridge Company.
Sponsor: Pettit, George Hamilton
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours reports preamble not proven to their satisfaction and passage of Bill not in public interest. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1929.05.28, p. 397. & 413.
1929.05.28 15
An Act to amend the Electricity and Fluid Exportation Act (Exportation of Electric Power).
Sponsor: Stewart, Hugh Alexander
Bill in Senate Committee of the Whole. Motion that Chairman leave the Chair; resolved in the affirmative on division..

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1929.05.28, p. 411. Prorogation June 14, 1929


2nd session (1928.01.26 - 1928.06.11)

DateBillLast Action
1928.05.30 19
An Act to amend the Naturalization Act.
Sponsor: Rinfret, Louis Édouard Fernand
Senate in Committee of the Whole. Motion that Chairman leave the chair; resolved in the affirmative on division.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1928.05.30, p. 473. Prorogation June 11, 1928.
1928.05.22 14
An Act to incorporate the Niagara Falls Memorial Bridge Company.
Sponsor: Pettit, George Hamilton
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours reports preamble not proven to their satisfaction and passage of Bill not in public interest. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1928.05.22, p. 438. & p. 450.
1928.05.08 191
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (Unlawful association, etc.)
Sponsor: Lapointe, Ernest
Motion for 2nd reading passed in the negative on division.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1928.05.08, p. 362
1928.04.26 16
An Act respecting certain Patent Applications owned by the British Steel Piling Company, Limited.
Sponsor: Jacobs, Samuel William
Standing Senate Committee on Miscellaneous Private Bills reports preamble not proven to their satisfaction and passage of Bill not in public interest. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1928.04.26, p. 288. & p. 299.
1928.03.22 22
An Act to amend the Post Office Act (Newspaper Ownership).
Sponsor: Church, Thomas Langton
Motion in amendment that the Bill be read a 2nd time "this day six months"; resolved in the affirmative on division.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1928.03.22, p. 163. Prorogation June 11, 1928.


1st session (1926.12.09 - 1927.04.14)

DateBillLast Action
1927.04.12 269
An Act to amend the Immigration Act.
Sponsor: Forke, Robert
Motion for 2nd reading; division, passed in the negative.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1927.04.12, p. 417.
1927.04.12 239
An Act to amend the Criminal Code ( Unlawful Association, Pub. etc.,seditious books, etc. )
Sponsor: Lapointe, Ernest
Motion for 2nd reading; division, passed in the negative.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1927.04.12, p. 416.
^ 15th Parliament (1926.01.07 - 1926.07.02)
1st session (1926.01.07 - 1926.07.02)

DateBillLast Action
1926.07.02 8
An Act to amend the Canada Grain Act.
Sponsor: Campbell, Milton Neil
Consideration of Bill postponed until next sitting of Senate.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1926.07.02, p. 382. Dissolution July 2, 1926.
1926.07.01 189
An Act to provide for a loan to the Harbour Commissioners of Montreal.
Short Title: The Montreal Harbour Loan Act, 1926.
Sponsor: Cardin, Pierre-Joseph-Arthur
Passed without amendment. Dissolution before Royal Assent.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1926.07.01, p. 380. Dissolution July 2, 1926.
1926.06.30 17
An Act to amend the Soldier Settlement Act, 1919.
Sponsor: Stewart, Charles A.
Passed with amendments by the Senate. Concurrence moved in House of Commons, motion allowed to stand.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1926.06.30, p. 503. Dissolution July 2, 1926.
1926.06.30 148
An Act for the purpose of establishing in Canada a system of Long Term Mortgage Credit for Farmers.
Short Title: The Canadian Farm Loan Act, 1926.
Sponsor: Robb, James Alexander
House of Commons agreed to Senate amendments. Dissolution before Royal Assent.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1926.06.30, p. 378. Dissolution July 2, 1926.
1926.06.29 153
An Act to amend the Criminal Code ( Publication of seditious books ).
Sponsor: Lapointe, Ernest
Order of the Day postponed for further consideration in the Senate Committe of the Whole.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1926.06.29, p. 375. Dissolution July 2, 1926.
1926.06.25 113
An Act respecting the Bronson Company.
Sponsor: McClenaghan, Stewart
House of Commons agreed to the amendments, made by the Senate. Dissolution before Royal Assent.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1926.06.25, p. 474. Dissolution July 2, 1926.
1926.06.21 112
An Act respecting certain patents owned by The Sealright Co. Inc.
Sponsor: Drayton, Henry Lumley
Passed without amendment. Dissolution before Royal Assent.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1926.06.21, p. 344. Dissolution July 2, 1926.
1926.06.18 12
An Act respecting Joliette and Northern Railway Company.
Sponsor: Denis, Joseph-Arthur
Passed without amendment. Dissolution before Royal Assent.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1926.06.18, p. 332. Dissolution July 2, 1926.
1926.06.16 115
An Act to amend The Special War Revenue Act, 1915.
Sponsor: Robb, James Alexander
Passed without amendments. Dissolution before Royal Assent.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1926.06.16, p. 323. Dissolution July 2, 1926.
1926.06.16 13
An Act respecting a patent owned by The John E. Russell Co., Ltd.
Sponsor: Perras, Fizalam-William
House of Commons agreed to Senate amendment. Dissolution before Royal Assent.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1926.06.16, p. 427. Dissolution July 2, 1926.
1926.06.16 11
An Act to incorporate the President of the Lethbridge Stake.
Sponsor: Jelliff, Lincoln Henry
House of Commons agreed to Senate amendment. Dissolution before Royal Assent.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1926.06.16, p. 427. Dissolution July 2, 1926.
1926.06.15 91
An Act to amend the Immigration Act.
Sponsor: Stewart, Charles A.
Motion for 2nd reading; division and passed in the negative.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1926.06.15, p. 319.
1926.06.08 21
An Act respecting Old Age Pensions.
Short Title: The Old Age Pension Act, 1926.
Sponsor: King, James Horace
Motion for 2nd reading; division and passed in the negative.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1926.06.08, p. 282.
^ 14th Parliament (1922.03.08 - 1925.09.05)
4th session (1925.02.05 - 1925.06.27)

DateBillLast Action
1925.06.26 237
An Act to authorize advances to assist agriculture by providing for long term Farm Loans.
Short Title: The Dominion Farm Loan Act, 1925.
Sponsor: Robb, James Alexander
Motion for 2nd reading and motion in amendment that the Bill be not further proceeded with at the present Session; resolved in the affirmative.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1925.06.26, p. 419.
1925.06.25 209
An Act to amend the Canada Temperance Act.
Sponsor: Lapointe, Ernest
Motion in amendment that this Bill be read a 2nd time "this day six months"; resolved in the affirmative on division.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1925.06.25, p. 415. Dissolution September 5, 1925.
1925.06.25 11
An Act to incorporate Dominion Chartered Customs House Brokers Association.
Sponsor: McMaster, Andrew Ross
Standing Senate Committee on Banking and Commerce recommends that Bill be not further proceeded with at the present Session. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1925.06.25, p. 402.
1925.06.24 3
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (Printer's Liability).
Sponsor: Neill, Alan Webster
Special Senate Committee recommends that Bill be not further proceeded with at the present Session. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1925.06.24, p. 392.
1925.06.24 210
An Act respecting the Construction of a Canadian National Railway Line between Sunnybrae and Guysborough, in the province of Nova Scotia.
Sponsor: Graham, George Perry
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours reports preamble not proven to their satisfaction and passage of Bill not in public interest. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1925.06.24, p. 392.
1925.06.16 27
An Act to amend the Canada Evidence Act.
Sponsor: Lapointe, Ernest
Special Senate Committee reports that no further action be taken at this Session. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1925.06.16, p. 336.


3rd session (1924.02.28 - 1924.07.19)

DateBillLast Action
1924.07.17 253
An Act respecting the disposal of the Canteen funds.
Short Title: The Canteen Funds Act.
Sponsor: Béland, Henri Sévérin
Motion in amendment that this Bill be read a 2nd time "this day three months"; resolved in the affirmative.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1924.07.17, p. 503. Prorogation July 19, 1924.
1924.07.17 239
An Act respecting Trade between Canada and Finland.
Short Title: The Finland Trade Agreement Act, 1924.
Sponsor: Robb, James Alexander
Senate in Committee of the Whole. Motion that Chairman leave the chair; resolved in the affirmative on division.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1924.07.17, p. 505 Prorogation July 19, 1924.
1924.07.16 5
An Act to amend the Criminal Code.
Sponsor: Kennedy, Donald MacBeth
Special Senate Committee reports it is not expedient to pass the Bill at this time. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1924.07.16, p. 478.
1924.07.16 7
An Act to amend The Industrial Disputes Investigation Act, 1907.
Sponsor: Murdock, James
Appointment of Senate representative to free Conference with House of Commons to discuss amendments to Bill.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1924.07.16, p. 482. Prorogation July 19, 1924.
1924.07.14 227
An Act to amend the Public Service Retirement Act.
Sponsor: Robb, James Alexander
Standing Senate Committee on Banking and Commerce recommends that Bill be not further proceeded with. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1924.07.14, p. 458. & p. 467.
1924.07.03 32
An Act respecting the Construction of a Canadian National Railway Line between Sunnybrae and Guysborough in the province of Nova Scotia.
Sponsor: Graham, George Perry
Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours declaring it not expedient to pass Bill at this time. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1924.07.03, p. 405. & p. 422.
1924.07.03 48
An Act respecting the Construction of a Canadian National Railway Line from Turtleford to near Hafford in the Province of Saskatchewan.
Sponsor: Graham, George Perry
Motion in amendment that the Bill be read a 3rd time "this day three months"; resolved in the affirmative on division.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1924.07.03, p. 415. Prorogation July 19, 1924.
1924.07.03 54
An Act respecting the Construction of a Canadian National Railway Line from or near Radville, Bengough or Ritchie, in the Province of Saskatchewan.
Sponsor: Graham, George Perry
Report of the Senate Committee of the Whole that the preamble is not proven. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1924.07.03, p. 421.
1924.07.03 46
An Act respecting the Construction of a Canadian National Railway Line from Lloydminster, in the Province of Saskatchewan, northwesterly 45 miles.
Sponsor: Graham, George Perry
Motion in amendment that the Bill be read a 3rd time "this day three months"; resolved in the affirmative on division.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1924.07.03, p. 417. Prorogation July 19, 1924.
1924.07.03 40
An Act respecting the Construction of a Canadian National Railway Line either to Mile 41 near Nipawin or in a northeasterly direction to a point in Township 48,Range 13, west of the second Meridian in the Province of Saskatchewan.
Sponsor: Graham, George Perry
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours reports declaring it not expedient to pass Bill at this time. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1924.07.03, p. 378. & p. 420.
1924.06.30 30
An Act respecting the Construction of a Canadian National Railway Line between Rousseau and Laurent, in the Province of Quebec.
Sponsor: Graham, George Perry
Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours recommending consideration of Bill be deferred until next Session. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1924.06.30, p. 377. & p. 391.
1924.06.30 50
An Act respecting the Construction of a Canadian National Railway Line from near Kelvington in the Province of Saskatchewan northerly 13 miles.
Sponsor: Graham, George Perry
Report by Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours recommending consideration of Bill be deferred until next Session. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1924.06.30, p. 380. & p. 393.


2nd session (1923.01.31 - 1923.06.30)

DateBillLast Action
1923.06.29 9
An Act to amend The Cold Storage Act.
Sponsor: Motherwell, William Richard
Consideration in Committee of the Whole postponed.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1923.06.29, p. 559. Prorogation June 30, 1923.
1923.06.29 246
An Act to amend the Post Office Act.
Sponsor: Murphy, Charles
Motion for 2nd reading resolved in the negative.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1923.06.29, p. 559.
1923.06.29 234
An Act respecting Construction of Canadian National Railway Lines.
Short Title: Canadian National Railways Construction Act, 1923.
Sponsor: Graham, George Perry
Motion in amendment that this Bill be read a 2nd time "this day six months"; resolved in the affirmative on division.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1923.06.29, p. 536. & p. 558. Prorogation June 30, 1923.
1923.06.29 117
An Act to amend the Admiralty Act.
Sponsor: Gouin, Lomer
Referred to Senate Committee of the Whole. Consideration postponed.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1923.06.29, p. 559. Prorogation June 30, 1923.
1923.06.29 223
An Act to amend The Fisheries Act, 1914.
Sponsor: Lapointe, Ernest
Debate on 2nd reading postponed.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1923.06.29, p. 560. Prorogation June 30, 1923.
1923.06.28 84
An Act to amend The Industrial Disputes Investigation Act, 1907.
Sponsor: Murdock, James
Message sent to House of Commons that Senate insist on their 2 amendments disagreed to by House of Commons . No further action by House of Commons.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1923.06.28, p. 535. Prorogation June 30, 1923.
1923.06.27 175
An Act to repeal The Lake of the Woods Regulation Act, 1921.
Sponsor: Gouin, Lomer
Motion in amendment that this Bill be read a 2nd time "this day six months"; resolved in the affirmative on division.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1923.06.27, p. 508. Prorogation June 30, 1923.


1st session (1922.03.08 - 1922.06.28)

DateBillLast Action
1922.06.23 54
An Act to amend the Criminal Code.
Sponsor: Kennedy, Donald MacBeth
Motion in amendment that this Bill be read a 2nd time "this day three months"; resolved in the affirmative.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1922.06.23, p. 372. Prorogation June 28, 1922.
1922.06.21 21
An Act to incorporate Buffalo and Fort Erie Public Bridge Company.
Sponsor: German, William Manley
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours reports preamble not proven to their satisfaction and passage of Bill not in public interest. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1922.06.21, p. 348.
1922.06.21 24
An Act respecting the Quebec Railway Light and Power Company.
Sponsor: Mitchell, Walter George
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours reports preamble not proven to their satisfaction and passage of Bill not in public interest. No further action by the Senate.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1922.06.21, p. 348.
^ 13th Parliament (1918.03.18 - 1921.10.04)
5th session (1921.02.14 - 1921.06.04)

DateBillLast Action
1921.06.04 116
An Act to amend the Research Council Act and to establish a National Research Institute.
Sponsor: Foster, George Eulas
Referred to Senate Committee of the Whole for consideration.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1921.06.04, p. 427. Dissolution October 4, 1921.
1921.05.26 38
An Act to incorporate La compagnie de Téléphone Québec Union Electrique ( The Quebec Union Electric Telephone Company ).
Sponsor: Power, Charles Gavan
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours reports preamble not proven to their satisfaction and passage of Bill not in public interest. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1921.05.26, p. 376.


2nd session (1919.02.20 - 1919.07.07)

DateBillLast Action
1919.07.07 168
An Act respecting Electric and Power Companies.
Sponsor: Reid, John Dowsley
Point of Order raised because Bill contains clauses identical to those of another Bill. Point declared well taken.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1919.07.07, p. 409.
1919.07.07 78
An Act to amend the Criminal Code ( sexual offences ).
Sponsor: Meighen, Arthur
Message sent to House of Commons that Senate insist upon their amendments disagreed to by House of Commons. No further action by House of Commons.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1919.07.07, p. 408. Prorogation July 7, 1919.
1919.07.05 106
An Act to amend The Biological Board Act.
Sponsor: Ballantyne, Charles Colquhoun
2nd report of Special Senate Committee asking for more time to consider Bill. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1919.07.05, p. 375. & p. 400. Prorogation July 7, 1919.
1919.07.05 107
An Act to confirm the Order in Council of the Twenty-fourth day of February 1919, prohibiting the Importation, Manufacture and Transportation of Intoxicating Liquors, and the Order in Council of the twelfth day of April 1919, in amendment thereof.
Short Title: The Intoxicating Liquor Act, 1919.
Sponsor: White, Thomas
Message sent to House of Commons that Senate insist on their amendments disagreed to by House of Commons. No further action by House of Commons.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1919.07.05, p. 407.
1919.07.02 72
An Act to incorporate The Athabasca, Grande Prairie and Fort Vermillion Railway Company.
Sponsor: Tweedie, Thomas Mitchell March
Motion for 3rd reading. Bill withdrawn.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1919.07.02, p. 376.
1919.06.06 65
An Act to incorporate The North-West Route, Limited.
Sponsor: Boys, William Alves
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours reports preamble has not been proven to their satisfaction and passage of Bill not in public interest. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1919.06.06, p. 231. & p. 243.


1st session (1918.03.18 - 1918.05.24)

DateBillLast Action
1918.05.22 19
An Act to amend the Inspection and Sale Act ( Food containers, fire wood and cement ).
Sponsor: Foster, George Eulas
Bill in Senate Committee of the Whole. Progress reported and asked leave to sit again.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1918.05.22, p. 238. Prorogation May 24, 1918.
^ 12th Parliament (1911.11.15 - 1917.10.06)
7th session (1917.01.18 - 1917.09.20)

DateBillLast Action
1917.09.20 118
An Act to amend the Government Railways Act.
Short Title: The Government Railways Act, 1917.
Sponsor: Cochrane, Francis
Referred to Senate Committee of the Whole. Consideration postponed.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1917.09.20, p. 458. Dissolution October 6, 1917.
1917.08.06 13
An Act to consolidate and amend the Railway Act.
Short Title: The Railway Act.
Sponsor: Cochrane, Francis
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours after 2nd reading.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1917.08.06, p. 317. Dissolution October 6, 1917.


6th session (1916.01.12 - 1916.05.18)

DateBillLast Action
1916.05.09 87
An Act to amend the Railway Act.
Sponsor: Reid, John Dowsley
Referred back to Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours for reconsideration.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1916.05.09, p. 226. Prorogation May 18, 1916.


5th session (1915.02.04 - 1915.04.15)

DateBillLast Action
1915.04.10 116
An Act to amend the Inland Revenue Act.
Sponsor: Blondin, Pierre Édouard
Bill withdrawn.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1915.04.10, p. 217.
1915.04.08 121
An Act to amend the Supreme Court Act.
Sponsor: Doherty, Charles Joseph
Motion in amendment that this Bill be read a 2nd time "this day six months"; resolved in the affirmative on division.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1915.04.08, p. 200. Prorogation April 15, 1915.


3rd session (1914.01.15 - 1914.06.12)

DateBillLast Action
1914.06.12 147
An Act to amend the Post Office Act.
Sponsor: Pelletier, Louis-Philippe
Message sent to House of Commons that Senate insist on their amendments to which Commons have disagreed. No further action by the House of Commons.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1914.06.12, p. 499. Prorogation June 12, 1914.
1914.06.08 185
An Act for the relief of the Depositors of The Farmers Bank of Canada.
Short Title: The Farmers Bank Act, 1914.
Sponsor: White, William Thomas
Motion in amendment that this Bill be read a 2nd time "this day six months"; resolved in the affirmative on division.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1914.06.08, p. 476. Prorogation June 12, 1914.
1914.05.12 97
An Act to incorporate The All Red Line Railway Company..
Sponsor: Fripp, Alfred Ernest
Bill returned to House of Commons with amendments. Bill withdrawn in House of Commons.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1914.05.12, N/A


2nd session (1912.11.21 - 1913.06.06)

DateBillLast Action
1913.06.06 185
An Act to amend the Government Railways Act.
Sponsor: Cochrane, Francis
Message sent to House of Commons that Senate insist upon their amendments disagreed to by House of Commons. No further action by House of Commons.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1913.06.06, p. 568. Prorogation June 6, 1913.
1913.06.06 32
An Act to encourage and assist the Improvement of Highways.
Short Title: The Canada Highways Improvement Act.
Sponsor: Cochrane, Francis
Message sent to House of Commons that Senate insist on their amendments. No further action by House of Commons.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1913.06.06, p. 568. Prorogation June 6, 1913.
1913.06.06 97
An Act respecting the Canadian Northern Branch Lines Company.
Sponsor: Sharpe, William Henry
Message sent to House of Commons that Senate insist upon amendments disagreed to by House of Commons. Bill withdrawn in the House of Commons

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1913.06.06, p. 819.
1913.05.30 115
An Act to incorporate the Prudential Life of Canada.
Sponsor: Meighen, Arthur
Standing senate Committee on Banking and Commerce recommends leave be given to withdraw the Bill. Report adopted

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1913.05.30, p. 522.
1913.05.30 20
An Act respecting the Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Company.
Sponsor: L'Espérance, David Ovide
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours recommends "that no further proceedings be had thereon". Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1913.05.30, p. 521.
1913.05.29 21
An Act to authorize measures for increasing the effective Naval Forces of the Empire.
Short Title: The Naval Aid Act.
Sponsor: Borden, Robert Laird
Motion in amendment to 2nd reading: "this House is not justified in giving its assent to this Bill until it is submitted to the judgment of the country"; resolved in the affirmative on divisioin.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1913.05.29, p. 516..


1st session (1911.11.15 - 1912.04.01)

DateBillLast Action
1912.04.01 186
An Act to authorize the granting of subsidies to the government of the Province of Ontario in aid of the construction of the Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway.
Short Title: The Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway Aid Act.
Sponsor: Cochrane, Francis
Motion for 3rd reading negatived on division.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1912.04.01, p. 399.
1912.04.01 78
An Act to amend the Inspection and Sale Act.
Sponsor: Foster, George Eulas
Bill withdrawn.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1912.04.01, p. 399.
1912.04.01 88
An Act to provide for the appointment of a Tariff Commission.
Short Title: The Tariff Commission Act.
Sponsor: White, William Thomas
Message sent to House of Commons that Senate insist upon their amendments disagreed to by House of Commons. No further action by House of Commons.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1912.04.01, p. 401. Prorogation April 1, 1912.
1912.03.30 77
An Act to encourage and assist the Improvement of Highways.
Short Title: The Canada Highways Improvement Act.
Sponsor: Cochrane, Francis
Message sent to House of Commons that Senate insist upon their amendments disagreed to by House of Commons. No further action by House of Commons.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1912.03.30, p. 385. Prorogation April 1, 1912.
^ 11th Parliament (1909.01.20 - 1911.07.29)
3rd session (1910.11.17 - 1911.07.29)

DateBillLast Action
1911.05.19 3
An Act respecting the Hours of Labour on Public Works.
Sponsor: Verville, Alphonse
First report of Special Senate Committee, reducing quorum; report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1911.05.19, p. 447. Dissolution July 29, 1911.
1911.05.17 48
An Act to amend the Montreal Harbour Commissioners' Act, 1894.
Sponsor: Brodeur, Louis-Philippe
Passed with several amendments and sent to Commons for concurrence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1911.05.17, p. 436. Dissolution July 29, 1911.
1911.05.16 6
An Act to amend the Interest Act.
Sponsor: Miller, Henry Horton
Standing Senate Committee on Banking and Commerce having reported that the Bill should not pass because provisions of the Bill would interfere with the rights of contract, and also with the exercise of the legislative authority of the provinces as to property and civil rights. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1911.05.16, p. 433.
1911.03.29 109
An Act respecting the Ontario and Minnesota Power Company, (Limited).
Sponsor: Conmee, James
Referred to Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1911.03.29, p. 281. Dissolution July 29, 1911.
1911.02.10 21
An Act respecting the Vancouver and Lulu Island Railway Company.
Sponsor: Smith, Ralph
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours recommends permission be given to withdrawn Bill. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1911.02.10, p. 128.


2nd session (1909.11.11 - 1910.05.04)

DateBillLast Action
1910.04.28 44
An Act respecting the Montreal Central Terminal Company.
Sponsor: Éthier, Joseph Arthur Calixte
Passed with amendments and sent to House of Commons for concurrence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1910.04.28, p. 429. Prorogation May 4, 1910.


1st session (1909.01.20 - 1909.05.19)

DateBillLast Action
1909.05.19 97
An Act respecting Insurance.
Sponsor: Fielding, William Stevens
Order of the Day for 2nd reading postponed.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1909.05.19, p. 387. Prorogation May 19, 1909.
1909.05.18 151
An Act to amend the Exchequer Court Act.
Sponsor: Aylesworth, Allen Bristol
Bill in Senate Committee of the Whole. Committee rose without reporting.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1909.05.18, p. 377. Prorogation May 19, 1909.
1909.05.17 95
An Act to incorporate the Royal Guardians.
Sponsor: Lachance, Arthur
Passed with amendments and sent to Commons for concurrence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1909.05.17, p. 363.. Prorogation May 19, 1909.
1909.04.02 6
An Act to amend the Railway Act.
Sponsor: Lancaster, Edward Arthur
Passed with amendments and sent to Commons for concurrence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1909.04.02, p. 202. Prorogatiion May 19, 1909.
^ 10th Parliament (1905.01.11 - 1908.09.17)
4th session (1907.11.28 - 1908.07.20)

DateBillLast Action
1908.07.17 211
An Act to amend the Act of the present session intituled: "An Act respecting the Dominion Guarantee Company, Limited".
Sponsor: Pringle, Robert Abercrombie
1st reading.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1908.07.17, p. 483. Dissolution September 17, 1908.
1908.07.15 5
An Act respecting Co-operation.
Sponsor: Monk, Frederick Debartzch
Standing Senate Committee on Banking and Commerce recommends that the Bill should not pass. Motion that the Bill be again committeed ( to Senate Committee of the Whole ) negatived on division.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1908.07.15, p. 469.
1908.05.15 70
An Act to incorporate the Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Peace River and DawsonRailway Company.
Sponsor: McIntyre, Wilbert
Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours recommending that leave be given the promoters to withdraw the Bill. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1908.05.15, p. 301.
1908.03.31 3
An Act to amend the Railway Act.
Sponsor: Lancaster, Edward Arthur
Passed with amendment and sent to Commons for concurrence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1908.03.31, p. 221. Dissolution September 17, 1908.


3rd session (1906.11.22 - 1907.04.27)

DateBillLast Action
1907.04.23 4
An Act in further amendment of the Railway Act, 1903.
Sponsor: Lancaster, Edward Arthur
Motion to refer the Bill back to the Standing Senate Committee on Railways,Telegraphs and Harbours, negatived on division.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1907.04.23, p. 354. Prorogation April 27, 1907.
1907.03.20 58
An Act to incorporate the Western Rivers Improvement Company.
Sponsor: Ross, Duncan Graham
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours reports preamble not proven to their satisfaction and passage of Bill not in public interest. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1907.03.20, p. 244.


2nd session (1906.03.08 - 1906.07.13)

DateBillLast Action
1906.04.19 6
An Act in amendment of the Railway Act, 1903.
Sponsor: Lancaster, Edward Arthur
1st reading.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1906.04.19, p. 80. Prorogation July 13, 1906.


1st session (1905.01.11 - 1905.07.20)

DateBillLast Action
1905.06.28 10
An Act respecting Labour Union Labels.
Sponsor: Smith, Ralph
Standing Senate Committee on Banking and Commerce reports preamble not proven to their satisfaction and passage of Bill not in public interest. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1905.06.28, p. 301.
^ 9th Parliament (1901.02.06 - 1904.09.29)
4th session (1904.03.10 - 1904.08.10)

DateBillLast Action
1904.08.10 162
An Act respecting Aliens.
Sponsor: Mulock, William
Senate in Committee of the Whole. Committee rose without reporting.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1904.08.10, p. 331. Dissolution September 29, 1904.
1904.07.13 143
An Act respecting the New Brunswick Southern Railway Company.
Sponsor: Gibson, Alexander
Discharged from the Orders of the Day at 2nd reading. Bill withdrawn.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1904.07.13, p. 241.
1904.07.12 77
An Act respecting the Hamilton, Grimsby and Beamsville Electric Railway Company.
Sponsor: German, William Manley
Order referring Bill to Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours rescinded. Promoters allowed to withdraw Bill.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1904.07.12, p. 237.
1904.07.11 37
An Act to amend the Exchequer Court Act.
Sponsor: Fitzpatrick, Charles
Discharged from the Orders of the Day at 2nd reading.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1904.07.11, p. 234.


3rd session (1903.03.12 - 1903.10.24)

DateBillLast Action
1903.10.21 166
An Act to incorporate the Gaspé and Western Railway Company.
Sponsor: Gauvreau, Charles Arthur
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours reports that the preamble not proven. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1903.10.21, p. 497.
1903.10.01 168
An Act to incorporate the Chicoutimi and North-Eastern Railway Company.
Sponsor: Girard, Joseph
Order of the Day to take into consideration the amendment made by the Senate to the Bill. Order discharged and the Bill withdrawn.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1903.10.01, p. 668.
1903.06.04 24
An Act to extend the power of Loan Companies.
Sponsor: Thompson, Andrew Thorburn
Bill passed with an amendment and sent to House of Commons for concurrence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1903.06.04, p. 164. Prorogation October 24, 1903.


2nd session (1902.02.13 - 1902.05.15)

DateBillLast Action
1902.05.14 140
An Act to incorporate the Bishop of the Orthodox Russo-Greek Catholic Church for North America and Aleutian Islands, and each of the parishes and missions of the said church in Manitoba and the North-West Territories.
Sponsor: Oliver, Frank
1st reading.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1902.05.14, p. 261. Prorogation May 14, 1902.
1902.05.14 102
An Act to incorporate the Gaspé and Western Railway Company.
Sponsor: Gauvreau, Charles Arthur
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours reports that it is not in the interest of the public to incorporate the proposed company at the present time. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1902.05.14, p. 263.
1902.05.10 120
An Act to amend the Dominion Lands Act.
Sponsor: Sifton, Clifford
Bill passed with an amendment and sent to House of Commons for concurrence.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1902.05.10, p. 233. Prorogation May 15, 1902.
1902.05.05 135
An Act to amend the Petition of Right Act.
Sponsor: Fitzpatrick, Charles
Discharged from the Orders of the Day at 2nd reading.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1902.05.05, p. 195.


1st session (1901.02.06 - 1901.05.23)

DateBillLast Action
1901.05.23 112
An Act respecting the Montreal and Southern Counties Railway Company.
Sponsor: Carroll, Henry George
2nd reading.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1901.05.23, p. 290. Prorogation May 23, 1901.
1901.05.23 127
An Act to amend the Animal Contagious Diseases Act.
Sponsor: Fisher, Sydney Arthur
Order for putting the House into a Senate Committee of the Whole discharged from the Orders of the Day.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1901.05.23, p. 290.
1901.05.22 106
An Act respecting the South Shore Railway Company.
Sponsor: Geoffrion, Victor
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours presents their report against the Bill. The preamble of the Bill has not been proven to their satisfaction. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1901.05.22, p. 280.
1901.05.10 99
An Act respecting Le Crédit Foncier du Bas-Canada, and to change its name to Le Crédit Hypothécaire du Canada.
Sponsor: Geoffrion, Victor
Discharged from the Orders of the Day at 2nd reading.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1901.05.10, p. 216.
^ 8th Parliament (1896.08.19 - 1900.10.09)
5th session (1900.02.01 - 1900.07.18)

DateBillLast Action
1900.07.18 195
An Act further to amend the Act respecting the Judges of Provincial Courts.
Sponsor: Fitzpatrick, Charles
Motion for 2nd reading negatived.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1900.07.18, p. 369.
1900.07.16 189
An Act to amend the Act respecting the Judges of Provincial Courts.
Sponsor: Fitzpatrick, Charles
Message sent to House of Commons that Senate insist on amendment disagreed to by House of Commons. No further action by House of Commons.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1900.07.16, p. 360. Dissolution October 9, 1900.
1900.07.14 191
An Act to amend the Post Office Act.
Sponsor: Mulock, William
Referred to Senate Committee of the Whole. Committee rose without reporting.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1900.07.14, p. 353. Dissolution October 9, 1900.
1900.07.04 185
An Act to authorize the sale of the Yarmouth Steamship Company's property to the Dominion Atlantic Railway Company.
Sponsor: Flint, Thomas Barnard
Standing Senate Committee on Standing Orders reports that no petition has been presented and no notices have been published. Bill discharged from the Orders of the Day.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1900.07.04, p. 311.
1900.06.22 115
An Act to incorporate the Canada National Railway and Transport Company.
Sponsor: Campbell, Archibald
Senate Standing Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours reports preamble of the Bill has not been proven to their satisfaction. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1900.06.22, p. 279.
1900.06.18 31
An Act to amend the Land Titles Act, 1894.
Sponsor: Davin, Nicholas Flood
Discharged from the Orders of the Day at 2nd reading.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1900.06.18, p. 258.
1900.06.13 70
An Act to incorporate the Gaspé Short Line Railway Company.
Sponsor: Lemieux, Rodolphe
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours reports preamble of the Bill has not been proven to their satisfaction. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1900.06.13, p. 241.
1900.03.28 13
An Act respecting Representation in the House of Commons.
Sponsor: Mulock, William
Motion in amendment that the Bill be read a 2nd time "this day six months"; resolved in the affirmative on division.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1900.03.28, p. 96. Dissolution October 9, 1900.


4th session (1899.03.16 - 1899.08.11)

DateBillLast Action
1899.08.03 172
An Act to incorporate the British American Pulp, Paper and Railway Company.
Sponsor: Belcourt, Napoléon Antoine
2nd reading. Referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Railway, Telegraphs and Harbours.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1899.08.03, p. 345. Prorogation August 11, 1899.
1899.07.20 126
An Act respecting Representation in the House of Commons.
Sponsor: Laurier, Wilfrid
Motion in amendment to 2nd reading that it is inexpedient to proceed further with the Bill; resolved in the affirmative on division.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1899.07.20, p. 302.
1899.07.12 2
An Act to amend the Criminal Code, 1892, so as to make more effectual provision for the punishment of seduction and abduction.
Sponsor: Charlton, John
Discharged from the Orders of the Day at 2nd reading.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1899.07.12, p. 270.
1899.07.04 42
An Act respecting the Portage du Fort and Bristol Branch Railway Company.
Sponsor: Poupore, William Joseph
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours reports that the preamble of the Bill has not been proven to their satisfaction. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1899.07.04, p. 239.
1899.06.23 41
An Act in further amendment of the Trade Mark and Design Act.
Sponsor: Bertram, George Hope
Standing Senate Committee on Banking and Commerce reports that the preamble of the Bill has not been proven to their satisfaction.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1899.06.23, p. 209.


3rd session (1898.02.03 - 1898.06.13)

DateBillLast Action
1898.06.11 168
An Act respecting the Manitoba School Fund.
Sponsor: Fielding, William Stevens
Motion for 2nd reading lost on division.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1898.06.11, p. 344.
1898.06.03 4
An Act further to secure the safety of Railway employees and passengers.
Sponsor: Casey, George Elliott
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours reports that it is not advisable to pass the Bill, as it will not attain the object it purports to have in view. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1898.06.03, p. 277.
1898.06.03 120
An Act respecting the North American Telegraph Company.
Sponsor: Hurley, Jeremiah M.
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours recommends that leave be granted to withdraw the Bill. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1898.06.03, p. 278.
1898.06.02 122
An Act to incorporate the Supreme Grand Lodge of the Sons of England Benefit Society.
Sponsor: Bertram, George Hope
Standing Senate Committee on Banking and Commerce recommends that leave be given to withdraw the Bill. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1898.06.02, p. 268.
1898.05.13 61
An Act in further amendment of the Trade Mark and Design Act.
Sponsor: Bertram, George Hope
Motion to place on the Orders of the Day for 2nd reading negatived on division.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1898.05.13, p. 211.
1898.03.30 6
An Act to confirm an agreement between Her Majesty and William Mackenzie and Donald D. Mann, and to incorporate the Canadian Yukon Railway Company.
Sponsor: Blair, Andrew George
Motion in amendment that this Bill be read a 2nd time "this day six months"; resolved in the affirmative.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1898.03.30, p. 102. Prorogation June 13, 1898.


2nd session (1897.03.25 - 1897.06.29)

DateBillLast Action
1897.06.28 124
An Act incorporating the Cataract Power Company of Hamilton, Limited.
Sponsor: MacPherson, Thomas Henry
Bill referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours. Motion that leave be granted to withdraw the Bill; resolved in the affirmative.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1897.06.28, p. 232.
1897.06.24 142
An Act to confirm certain agreements entered into by Her Majesty with the Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada and the Drummond County Railway Company for the purpose of securing the extension of the Intercolonial Railway system to the city of Montreal.
Sponsor: Blair, Andrew George
Motion in amendment that this Bill be read a 2nd time "this day three months"; resolved in the affirmative. June 28, motion to appoint a special Committee to inquire into the expenditure of the subsidies granted by Parliament to the Drummond Country Railway Company.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1897.06.24, p. 217. Prorogation June 29, 1897.
1897.06.21 99
An Act respecting the Restigouche and Victoria Railway Company.
Sponsor: Wood, Andrew Trew
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours reports preamble of the Bill has not been proven to their satisfaction. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1897.06.21, p. 211.
1897.06.19 38
An Act respecting the Kingston and Pembroke Railway Company.
Sponsor: Britton, Byron Moffatt
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours reports preamble of the Bill has not been proven to their satisfaction. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1897.06.19, p. 208.
1897.06.18 67
An Act to incorporate the Pilots serving between Quebec and Montreal.
Sponsor: Guay, Pierre Malcom
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours recommends that no further proceedings be taken with regard to this Bill as its passage would not be in the public interest. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1897.06.18, p. 198.
1897.06.17 16
An Act to amend the Railway Act.
Sponsor: Casey, George Elliott
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours recommends that further consideration of the Bill be deferred until the next Session. Report adopted.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1897.06.17, p. 195.
1897.06.09 17
An Act to incorporate the Winnipeg, Duluth and Northern Railway Company.
Sponsor: Macdonell, John Alexander
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours reports preamble not proven to their satisfaction. No further action by the Senate.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1897.06.09, p. 151.
1897.06.08 33
An Act respecting the Calgary and Edmonton Railway Company.
Sponsor: Osler, Edmund Boyd
Discharged from the Orders of the Day at report stage.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1897.06.08, p. 149.


1st session (1896.08.19 - 1896.10.05)

DateBillLast Action
1896.10.02 20
An Act to change the name of the Hull Electric Company to the Hull and Alymer Railway Company and for other purposes.
Short Title: An Act respecting the Hull Electric Company.
Sponsor: Devlin, Charles Ramsay
Standing Senate Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours recommends that leave be granted to withdraw the Bill. Bill withdrawn.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1896.10.02, p. 91.
^ 7th Parliament (1891.04.29 - 1896.04.24)
5th session (1895.04.18 - 1895.07.22)

DateBillLast Action
1895.07.19 84
An Act to amend the Act incorporating the Supreme Court of the Independent Order of Foresters.
Sponsor: Northrup, William Barton
2nd reading. Referred to the Select Senate Committee on Banking and Commerce.

Source: Journals of the Senate, 1895.07.19, p. 244. Prorogation July 22, 1895.
1895.06.26 47