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Private Members' Public Bills Passed by Parliament

1910 to Date

297 bills


42nd Parliament (2015-12-03 -  ) — 19 bills

1st Session (2015-12-03 -  ) — 19 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
2018-06-21 An Act to amend An Act to amend the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, the Civil Marriage Act and the Criminal Code and to make consequential amendments to other Acts

This enactment amends An Act to amend the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, the Civil Marriage Act and the Criminal Code and to make consequential amendments to other Acts by repealing its short title.

Mobina S.B. Jaffer S-210
2018-06-21 An Act respecting Latin American Heritage Month

This enactment designates the month of October in each and every year as “Latin American Heritage Month”.

Tobias C. Enverga Jr. S-218
2018-06-21 An Act to establish Gender Equality Week

This enactment designates the fourth week in September in each and every year as “Gender Equality Week”.

Sven Spengemann C-309
2018-03-29 An Act respecting Canadian Jewish Heritage Month

This enactment designates the month of May in each and every year as “Canadian Jewish Heritage Month”.

Linda Frum S-232
2018-03-01 An Act to amend the Holidays Act (Remembrance Day)

This enactment amends the Holidays Act to make Remembrance Day a legal holiday.‍

Colin Fraser C-311
2018-02-07 An Act to amend the National Anthem Act (gender)

This enactment amends the National Anthem Act to substitute the words “of us” for the words “thy sons” in the English version of the national anthem, thus making it gender neutral.

Mauril Bélanger C-210
2017-12-12 An Act providing for the development of a framework on palliative care in Canada
This enactment provides for the development of a framework designed to support improved access for Canadians to palliative care.
Marilyn Gladu C-277
2017-12-12 An Act respecting National Sickle Cell Awareness Day

This enactment designates the nineteenth day of June in each and every year as “National Sickle Cell Awareness Day”.

Jane Cordy S-211
2017-12-12 An Act to recognize Charlottetown as the birthplace of Confederation
This enactment recognizes Charlottetown as the birthplace of Confederation.
Diane Griffin S-236
2017-12-12 An Act respecting National Sickle Cell Awareness Day
This enactment designates the nineteenth day of June in each and every year as “National Sickle Cell Awareness Day”.
Jane Cordy S-211
2017-12-12 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (mischief)

This enactment amends the Criminal Code to add to the offence of mischief relating to religious property the act of mischief in relation to property that is used for educational purposes, for administrative, social, cultural or sports activities or events or as a residence for seniors.

Chandra Arya C-305
2017-10-18 An Act to amend the Canada Evidence Act and the Criminal Code (protection of journalistic sources)
This enactment amends the Canada Evidence Act to protect the confidentiality of journalistic sources. It allows journalists to not disclose information or a document that identifies or is likely to identify a journalistic source unless the information or document cannot be obtained by any other reasonable means and the public interest in the administration of justice outweighs the public interest in preserving the confidentiality of the journalistic source.
 
The enactment also amends the Criminal Code so that only a judge of a superior court of criminal jurisdiction or a judge within the meaning of section 552 of that Act may issue a search warrant relating to a journalist. It also provides that a search warrant can be issued only if the judge is satisfied that there is no other way by which the desired information can reasonably be obtained and that the public interest in the investigation and prosecution of a criminal offence outweighs the journalist’s right to privacy in the collection and dissemination of information. The judge must also be satisfied that these same conditions apply before an officer can examine, reproduce or make copies of a document obtained under a search warrant relating to a journalist.
Claude Carignan S-231
2017-10-18 An Act to provide for the taking of restrictive measures in respect of foreign nationals responsible for gross violations of internationally recognized human rights and to make related amendments to the Special Economic Measures Act and the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act

This enactment enacts the Justice for Victims of Corrupt Foreign Officials Act (Sergei Magnitsky Law) to provide for the taking of restrictive measures in respect of foreign nationals responsible for gross violations of internationally recognized human rights. It also proposes related amendments to the Special Economic Measures Act and to the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act.

Raynell Andreychuk S-226
2017-06-22 An Act respecting a national strategy for Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias
c. 19

This enactment provides for the development and implementation of a national strategy for the health care of persons afflicted with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.

Rob Nicholson C-233
2017-06-22 An Act respecting the development of a national strategy for the safe and environmentally sound disposal of lamps containing mercury
c. 16

This enactment provides for the development and implementation of a national strategy to promote the safe and environmentally sound disposal of lamps containing mercury.

Darren Fisher C-238
2017-06-19 An Act to amend the Customs Act and the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (presentation and reporting requirements)
This enactment amends the Customs Act to exempt certain persons from the requirement to present themselves to a customs officer if
(a) they enter Canadian waters, including the inland waters, or the airspace over Canada on board a conveyance directly from outside Canada and then leave Canada on board the conveyance, as long as they did not land in Canada and the conveyance did not stop while in Canadian waters, including inland waters, or did not land while in Canada; or
(b) they leave Canadian waters, including the inland waters, or the airspace over Canada on board a conveyance and then re-enter Canada on board the conveyance, as long as they did not land outside Canada and the conveyance did not stop or land while outside Canada,
unless the officer requires them to comply with subsections 11(1) and (3) of that Act.
 
It also exempts the goods imported on board such a conveyance from the requirement to be reported at a customs office unless an officer otherwise requires. Further, it adds a regulation-making authority for defining the expression “make contact with a conveyance”.
 
Finally, this enactment amends the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act by adding regulation-making authorities, including one for the exemption of certain persons or categories of persons from the requirement to appear for an examination to determine their right to enter or remain in Canada. It also allows an officer to require these persons or categories of persons to appear for such an examination despite that exemption.
Bob Runciman S-233
2017-05-16 An Act respecting National Seal Products Day
This enactment designates May 20 as “National Seal Products Day”.
Céline Hervieux-Payette S-208
2017-05-04 An Act to amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (assistance — drug overdose)
c. 4

This enactment amends the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act in order to exempt from charges for possession or charges related to the violation of certain conditions or orders a person who seeks emergency medical or law enforcement assistance for themselves or another person following overdosing on a controlled substance.

Ron McKinnon C-224
2017-05-04 An Act to prohibit and prevent genetic discrimination
This enactment prohibits any person from requiring an individual to undergo a genetic test or disclose the results of a genetic test as a condition of providing goods or services to, entering into or continuing a contract or agreement with, or offering specific conditions in a contract or agreement with, the individual. Exceptions are provided for health care practitioners and researchers. The enactment provides individuals with other protections related to genetic testing and test results.
 
The enactment amends the Canada Labour Code to protect employees from being required to undergo or to disclose the results of a genetic test, and provides employees with other protections related to genetic testing and test results. It also amends the Canadian Human Rights Act to prohibit discrimination on the ground of genetic characteristics.
James S. Cowan S-201

41st Parliament (2011-06-02 - 2015-08-02) — 43 bills

2nd Session (2013-10-16 - 2015-08-02) — 24 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
2015-06-30 An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (requirements for labour organizations)
41, 62-63-64 E II, 2013-2014-2015

This enactment amends the Income Tax Act to require that labour organizations provide financial information to the Minister for public disclosure.

Ross Hiebert C-377
2015-06-23 An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act and the Parliament of Canada Act (candidacy and caucus reforms)
37, 62-63-64 E II, 2013-2014-2015

This enactment amends the Canada Elections Act to provide that the chief agent of every party is to report, in writing, to the Chief Electoral Officer the names of the person or persons authorized by the party to endorse prospective candidates. It also amends the Parliament of Canada Act to establish processes for the expulsion and readmission of a caucus member, the election and removal of a caucus chair, leadership reviews, and the election of an interim leader, and to provide that these processes apply to party caucuses that vote to adopt them.

Michael Chong C-586
2015-06-23 An Act to amend the Railway Safety Act (safety of persons and property)
35, 62-63-64 E II, 2013-2014-2015

This enactment amends the Railway Safety Act to improve public safety by providing authority to issue orders if a railway work or a railway operation poses a threat to the safety of persons or property.

Joyce Bateman C-627
2015-06-18 An Act to provide that the Department of Employment and Social Development is the main point of contact with the Government of Canada in respect of the death of a Canadian citizen or resident
15, 62-63-64 E II, 2013-2014-2015

This enactment requires the Minister of Employment and Social Development to implement measures necessary to establish the Department of Employment and Social Development as the main point of contact with the Government of Canada in respect of matters relating to the death of a Canadian citizen or resident that pertain to the use of that person's social insurance number.

Frank Valeriote C-247
2015-06-18 An Act to amend the Canada Pension Plan and the Old Age Security Act (pension and benefits)
17, 62-63-64 E II, 2013-2014-2015

This enactment amends the Canada Pension Plan to prohibit the payment of a survivor’s pension, death benefit or orphan’s benefit to an individual who has been convicted of first or second degree murder or manslaughter of the contributor. It also amends the Old Age Security Act to prohibit the payment of a survivor’s allowance to an individual who has been convicted of first or second degree murder or manslaughter of the individual's spouse or common-law partner.

Dave Van Kesteren C-591
2015-06-18 An Act respecting the Marine Mammal Regulations (seal fishery observation licence)
28, 62-63-64 E II, 2013-2014-2015

This enactment requires the Governor in Council to amend the Marine Mammal Regulations to increase the distance that a person must maintain from another person who is fishing for seals, except under the authority of a seal fishery observation licence.

Greg Kerr C-555
2015-06-18 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (exploitation and trafficking in persons)
16, 62-63-64 E II, 2013-2014-2015

This enactment amends the Criminal Code in order to provide consecutive sentences for offences related to trafficking in persons and create a presumption regarding the exploitation of one person by another. It also adds the offence of trafficking in persons to the list of offences to which the forfeiture of proceeds of crime apply.

Maria Mourani C-452
2015-04-23 An Act to amend the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (fairness for victims)
11, 62-63-64 E II, 2013-2014-2015

The purpose of this enactment is to amend Part II of the Corrections and Conditional Release Act.

David Sweet C-479
2015-04-23 An Act respecting a national day of commemoration of the exodus of Vietnamese refugees and their acceptance in Canada after the fall of Saigon and the end of the Vietnam War
14, 62-63-64 E II, 2013-2014-2015

This enactment designates the thirtieth day of April in each and every year as “Journey to Freedom Day”.

Thanh Hai Ngo S-219
2015-03-31 An Act respecting National Fiddling Day
6, 62-63-64 E II, 2013-2014-2015

This enactment designates the third Saturday in May in each and every year as “National Fiddling Day”.

Elizabeth Hubley S-218
2015-02-25 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (assaults against public transit operators)
1, 62-63-64 E II, 2013-2014-2015

This enactment amends the Criminal Code to require a court to consider the fact that the victim of an assault is a public transit operator to be an aggravating circumstance for the purposes of sentencing.

Bob Runciman S-221
2014-12-16 An Act to amend the Indian Act (publication of by-laws) and to provide for its replacement
38, 62-63 E II, 2013-2014

This enactment amends the Indian Act to require band councils to publish their by-laws and repeals certain outdated provisions of the Act. 

It also requires the Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development to report annually to the House of Commons committee responsible for Aboriginal affairs on the work undertaken by his or her department in collaboration with First Nations and other interested parties to develop new legislation to replace the Indian Act.

Rob Clarke C-428
2014-12-16 An Act to amend the Canada Labour Code, the Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act and the Public Service Labour Relations Act (certification and revocation — bargaining agent)
40, 62-63 E II, 2013-2014

This enactment amends the Canada Labour Code, the Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act and the Public Service Labour Relations Act to provide that the certification and decertification of a bargaining agent under these Acts must be achieved by a secret ballot vote-based majority.

Blaine Calkins C-525
2014-12-16 An Act to establish a national day to promote health and fitness for all Canadians
34, 62-63 E II, 2013-2014

This enactment designates the first Saturday in June in each and every year as “National Health and Fitness Day”.

Nancy Greene Raine S-211
2014-12-16 An Act to establish Pope John Paul II Day
41, 62-63 E II, 2013-2014

This enactment designates the second day of April in each and every year as “Pope John Paul II Day”.

Wladyslaw Lizon C-266
2014-12-16 An Act respecting a Federal Framework on Lyme Disease
37, 62-63 E II, 2013-2014

This enactment requires the Minister of Health to convene a conference with the provincial and territorial ministers responsible for health and with representatives of the medical community and patients’ groups for the purpose of developing a comprehensive federal framework to address the challenges of the recognition and timely diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease.

Elizabeth May C-442
2014-12-16 An Act to amend the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (escorted temporary absence)
36, 62-63 E II, 2013-2014

This enactment amends the Corrections and Conditional Release Act in relation to escorted temporary absences of offenders.

Dave MacKenzie C-483
2014-12-10 An Act respecting Lincoln Alexander Day
30, 62-63 E II, 2013-2014

This enactment designates the twenty-first day of January in each and every year as “Lincoln Alexander Day”.

Don Meredith S-213
2014-06-19 An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (restrictions on offenders)
21, 62-63 E II, 2013-2014

This enactment amends section 161 of the Criminal Code to require a court to consider making an order prohibiting certain offenders from being within two kilometres, or any other distance specified in the order, of any dwelling-house where the victim identified in the order resides or of any other place specified in the order. It also amends subsection 732.1(2) (probation) to ensure that the offender abstains from communicating with any victim, witness or other person identified in a probation order, or refrains from going to any place specified in the order, except in accordance with certain conditions. It makes similar amendments to section 742.3 (conditional sentence orders) and subsection 810.1(3.02) (conditions of recognizance). The enactment also amends section 133 of the Corrections and Conditional Release Act to provide that the releasing authority may impose any conditions on the parole, statutory release or unescorted temporary absence of an offender that it considers reasonable and necessary in order to protect the victim or the person, including a condition that the offender abstain from having any contact, including communication by any means, with the victim or the person or from going to any specified place.

Mark Warawa C-489
2014-06-19 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (personating peace officer or public officer)
10, 62-63 E II, 2013-2014

This enactment amends the Criminal Code to establish that personating a police officer or a public officer for the purpose of committing another offence must be considered by a court to be an aggravating circumstance for sentencing purposes.

Earl Dreeshen C-444
2014-06-19 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (mischief relating to war memorials)
9, 62-63 E II, 2013-2014

This enactment amends the Criminal Code to provide for the offence of committing mischief in relation to a war memorial or cenotaph.

David Tilson C-217
2014-06-19 An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the National Defence Act (criminal organization recruitment)
17,62-63 E II, 2013-2014

This enactment amends the Criminal Code to make it an offence to recruit, solicit, encourage, coerce or invite a person to join a criminal organization. It establishes a penalty for that offence and a more severe penalty for the recruitment of persons who are under 18 years of age. This enactment also makes a related amendment to the National Defence Act.

Parm Gill C-394
2014-05-29 An Act restricting the fees charged by promoters of the disability tax credit and making consequential amendments to the Tax Court of Canada Act(Short title: Disability Tax Credit Promoters Restrictions Act)
7, 62-63 E II, 2013-2014

This enactment restricts the amount of fees that can be charged or accepted by persons who, on behalf of a person with a disability, request a determination of disability tax credit eligibility under the Income Tax Act. It establishes a prohibition against charging or accepting more than an established maximum fee and establishes offences and penalties for failure to comply.

Cheryl Gallant C-462
2014-05-11 An Act respecting a National Hunting, Trapping and Fishing Heritage Day
26, 62-63 E II, 2013-2014

This enactment designates the third Saturday in September in each and every year as “National Hunting, Trapping and Fishing Heritage Day”.

Rick Norlock C-501
1st Session (2011-06-02 - 2013-09-13) — 19 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
2013-06-26 An Act respecting language skills
36, 60-61-62 E II, 2011-2012-2013

This enactment provides that persons appointed to certain offices must be able to speak and understand clearly both official languages.

Alexandrine Latendresse C-419
2013-06-26 An Act to amend the Employment Insurance Act (incarceration)
35, 60-61-62 E II, 2011-2012-2013

This enactment amends the provisions of the Employment Insurance Act that allow for qualifying periods and benefit periods to be extended as the result of time spent by the claimant in a jail, penitentiary or other similar institution so that they apply only if the claimant is not found guilty of the offence for which he or she was being held or any other offence arising out of the same transaction.

Richard Harris C-316
2013-06-26 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (kidnapping of young person)
32, 60-61-62 E II, 2011-2012-2013

This enactment amends the Criminal Code to prescribe a minimum punishment of five years when a kidnap victim is under sixteen years of age, unless the person who commits the offence is a parent, guardian or person having the lawful care or charge of the victim.

David Wilks C-299
2013-06-26 An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act (protecting freedom)
37, 60-61-62 E II, 2011-2012-2013

This enactment amends the Canadian Human Rights Act by deleting section 13 to ensure there is no infringement on freedom of expression guaranteed by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

Brian Storseth C-304
2013-06-19 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (concealment of identity)
15, 60-61-62 E II, 2011-2012-2013

This enactment amends the Criminal Code to make it an offence to wear a mask or other disguise to conceal one’s identity while taking part in a riot or an unlawful assembly.

Blake Richards C-309
2013-06-19 An Act to amend the Canada Post Corporation Act (library materials)
10, 60-61-62 E II, 2011-2012-2013

This enactment amends the Canada Post Corporation Act to provide for a reduction in the rate of postage for library materials.

Merv Tweed C-321
2013-06-19 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (prize fights)
19, 60-61-62 E II, 2011-2012-2013

The enactment amends the Criminal Code by expanding the list of permitted sports under the prize fighting provisions.

Bob Runciman S-209
2013-06-19 An Act respecting a national day of remembrance to honour Canadian veterans of the Korean War
17, 60-61-62 E II, 2011-2012-2013

This enactment designates the twenty-seventh day of July in each and every year as “Korean War Veterans Day” to remember and honour the courage and sacrifice of Canadians who served in the Korean War (1950-1953) and performed peacekeeping duties following the armistice of July 27, 1953.

Yonah Martin S-213
2013-06-19 An Act to amend the International Boundary Waters Treaty Act and the International River Improvements Act
12, 60-61-62 E II, 2011-2012-2013

This enactment amends the International Boundary Waters Treaty Act to prohibit the bulk removal of transboundary waters. Some definitions and exceptions that are currently found in regulations are transferred to the Act. The enactment also provides for measures to administer and enforce the Act. Lastly, it also makes a consequential amendment to the International River Improvements Act.

Larry Miller C-383
2013-03-27 An Act to amend the Canada National Parks Act (St. Lawrence Islands National Park of Canada)
2, 60-61-62 E II, 2011-2012-2013

This enactment changes the name of the St. Lawrence Islands National Park of Canada to “Thousand Islands National Park of Canada”.

Gordon Brown C-370
2013-03-27 An Act to amend the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (vexatious complain­ants)
3, 60-61-62 E II, 2011-2012-2013

This enactment amends the Corrections and Conditional Release Act to allow the Commissioner to prohibit an offender from submitting any further complaint or grievance, except by leave of the Commissioner, when the offender has persistently filed complaints or grievances that are vexatious, frivolous or not made in good faith.

Roxanne James C-293
2012-12-14 An Act to amend the Food and Drugs Act (non-corrective contact lenses)
25, 60-61 E II, 2011-2012

This enactment amends the Food and Drugs Act to deem that a non-corrective contact lens is a device for the purposes of the Act. This enactment will ensure that non-corrective contact lenses are subject to the requirements of the Food and Drugs Act.

Patricia Davidson C-313
2012-12-14 An Act respecting a Federal Framework for Suicide Prevention
30, 60-61 E II, 2011-2012

This enactment establishes a requirement for the Government of Canada to develop a federal framework for suicide prevention in consultation with relevant non-governmental organizations, the relevant entity in each province and territory, as well as with relevant federal departments.

Harold Albrecht C-300
2012-11-22 An Act respecting a National Philanthropy Day
23, 60-61 E II, 2011-2012

This enactment designates the 15th day of November in each and every year as “National Philanthropy Day”.

Terry M. Mercer S-201
2012-11-01 An Act respecting World Autism Awareness Day
21, 60-61 E II, 2011-2012

This enactment designates the second day of April in each and every year as “World Autism Awareness Day”.

Jim Munson S-206
2012-06-28 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (trafficking in persons)
15, 60-61 E II, 2011-2012

This enactment amends the Criminal Code to add the offence of trafficking in persons to the offences committed outside Canada for which Canadian citizens or permanent residents may be prosecuted in Canada. It also amends the Act to add factors that the Court may consider when determining whether an accused exploits another person.

Joy Smith C-310
2012-06-28 An Act respecting a day to increase public awareness about epilepsy
13, 60-61 E II, 2011-2012

This enactment designates the 26th day of March in each and every year as “Purple Day”.

Geoff Regan C-278
2012-06-28 An Act to amend the Importation of Intoxicating Liquors Act (interprovincial importation of wine for personal use)
14, 60-61 E II, 2011-2012

This enactment amends the Importation of Intoxicating Liquors Act to add an exception allowing individuals to import wine for their personal use to the provision that requires that all imports of intoxicating liquor be made by the province.

Dan Albas C-311
2012-06-28 An Act respecting the National Flag of Canada
12, 60-61 E II, 2011-2012

The purpose of this enactment is to ensure that all Canadians are encouraged to display the National Flag of Canada.

John Carmichael C-288

40th Parliament (2008-11-18 - 2011-03-26) — 6 bills

3rd Session (2010-03-03 - 2011-03-26) — 6 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
2011-03-25 An Act to amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (methamphetamine and ecstasy)
14, 60 E II, 2011

This enactment amends the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act to prohibit a person from possessing, producing, selling or importing anything knowing it will be used to produce or traffic in methamphetamine or ecstasy.

John Weston C-475
2010-12-15 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (justification for detention in custody)
20, 59 E II, 2010

This enactment amends the Criminal Code to provide that the detention of an accused in custody may be justified where it is necessary for the protection or safety of the accused’s minor children.

Scott Andrews C-464
2010-12-15 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (suicide bombings)
19, 59 E II, 2010

This enactment amends the Criminal Code to clarify that suicide bombings fall within the definition "terrorist activity".

Linda Frum S-215
2010-12-15 An Act to amend the Federal Sustainable Development Act and the Auditor General Act (involvement of Parliament)
16, 59 E II, 2010

This enactment amends the Federal Sustainable Development Act and the Auditor General Act to ensure the full participation of each House of Parliament.

Tommy Banks S-210
2010-06-29 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (minimum sentence for offences involving trafficking of persons under the age of eighteen years)
3, 59 E II, 2010

This enactment amends the Criminal Code to include a minimum punishment of imprisonment for a term of five years for offences involving trafficking of persons under the age of eighteen years.

Joy Anne Smith C-268
2010-03-25 An Act to establish a National Holocaust Monument
13, 60 E II, 2011

This enactment requires the Minister responsible for the National Capital Act to establish and work in cooperation with a National Holocaust Monument Development Council to design and build a National Holocaust Monument to be located in the National Capital Region.

Tim Uppal C-442

39th Parliament (2006-04-03 - 2008-09-07) — 14 bills

2nd Session (2007-10-16 - 2008-09-07) — 10 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
2008-06-26 An Act to require the development and implementation of a Federal Sustainable Development Strategy and the development of goals and targets with respect to sustainable development in Canada, and to make consequential amendments to another Act (Short title: Federal Sustainable Development Act)
33, 56-57 E II, 2008

To provide the legal framework for developing and implementing a Federal Sustainable Development Strategy that will make environmental decision-making more transparent and accountable to Parliament.

John Godfrey C-474
2008-06-18 An Act respecting a National Peacekeepers' Day
27, 56-57 E II, 2008

To establish a day to honour Canadian Forces peacekeepers.

Brent St. Denis C-287
2008-06-18 An Act to implement the Kelowna Accord
23, 56-57 E II, 2008

To require the Government of Canada to fulfil its obligations under the Kelowna Accord.

Paul Martin C-292
2008-06-18 An Act to repeal legislation that has not come into force within ten years of receiving royal assent
20, 56-57 E II, 2008

To provide that any Act or provision of an Act that is to come into force on a date to be fixed by proclamation or order of the Governor in Council must be included in an annual report laid before both Houses of Parliament if it does not come into force by the December 31 that is nine years after royal assent. To repeal the Act or provision if it does not come into force by the following December 31, unless during that year either House resolves that it not be repealed.

Tommy Banks S-207
2008-05-29 An Act to establish a Ukrainian Famine and Genocide ("Holodomor") Memorial Day and to recognize the Ukrainian Famine of 1932-33 as an act of genocide
19, 56-57 E II, 2008

To designate the fourth Saturday in November in each and every year as “Ukrainian Famine and Genocide Memorial Day”.

James Bezan C-459
2008-05-29 An Act to protect heritage lighthouses
16, 56-57 E II, 2008

To protect federally-owned heritage lighthouses by providing a means for their designation as heritage lighthouses.

Pat Carney S-215
2008-05-29 An Act respecting the provision of development assistance abroad
18, 56-57 E II, 2008

To set out criteria respecting resource allocation to international development agencies and enhance transparency and monitoring of Canada’s international development efforts.

John McKay C-293
2008-04-17 An Act to add perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) and its salts to the Virtual Elimination List under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999
13, 56-57 E II, 2008

To require the Minister of the Environment and the Minister of Health to make, within nine months after the coming into force of this enactment, a regulation to add perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) and its salts to the Virtual Elimination List compiled under subsection 65(2) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999.

Maria Minna C-298
2008-04-17 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (cruelty to animals)
12, 56-57 E II, 2008

To amend the Criminal Code to increase the maximum penalties for animal cruelty offences.

John G.Bryden S-203
2008-02-14 An Act respecting a National Blood Donor Week
4, 56-57 E II, 2008

To designate the week in which June 14 occurs in each and every year as "National Blood Donor Week".

Terry M. Mercer S-220
1st Session (2006-04-03 - 2007-09-14) — 4 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
2007-06-22 An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (sports and recreation programs)
16, 55-56 E II, 2007

To amend the Income Tax Act to exclude certain allowances in respect of board and lodging from the computation of a taxpayer’s income from an office or employment if those allowances are paid to the taxpayer by a registered charity or a non-profit organization in connection with its operation of a sports team or recreation program for persons under 21 years of age of which the taxpayer is a registered member or participant.

Brian Fitzpatrick C-294
2007-06-22 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (luring a child)
20, 55-56 E II, 2007

To amend the Criminal Code to increase from five years to ten years the maximum punishment for an offence under section 172.1 (luring a child). To specify that, in the case of a summary conviction for this offence, the maximum punishment is eighteen months.

Edward Fast C-277
2007-06-22 An Act to ensure Canada meets its global climate change obligations under the Kyoto Protocol (Short title: Kyoto Protocol Implementation Act)
30, 55-56 E II, 2007

To ensure that Canada takes effective and timely action to meet its obligations under the Kyoto Protocol and help address the problem of global climate change.

Pablo Rodriguez C-288
2007-05-31 An Act to amend the Divorce Act (access for spouse who is terminally ill or in critical condition)
14, 55-56 E II, 2007

To amend the Divorce Act to provide that, in the case of a former spouse who is terminally ill or in critical condition, the court shall make a variation order in respect of access that is in the best interests of the child.

Rick Casson C-252

38th Parliament (2004-10-04 - 2005-11-29) — 6 bills

1st Session (2004-10-04 - 2005-11-29) — 6 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
2005-11-25 An Act to amend the Excise Tax Act (elimination of excise tax on jewellery)
55, 53-54 E II, 2004-2005

To amend the Excise Tax Act to eliminate excise tax on jewellery.

John Duncan C-259
2005-11-25 An Act to acknowledge that persons of Ukrainian origin were interned in Canada during the First World War and to provide for recognition of this event (Short title: Internment of Persons of Ukrainian Origin Recognition Act)
52, 53-54 E II, 2004-2005

To acknowledge that persons of Ukrainian origin were interned in Canada during the First World War under the authority of an Act of Parliament and expresses the deep sorrow of Parliament for that event. To provide for negotiations to take place between the Government of Canada and certain specified Ukrainian-Canadian organizations in respect of measures that may be taken to recognize the internment.

Inky Mark C-331
2005-11-25 An Act to amend the Official Languages Act (promotion of English and French)
41, 53-54 E II, 2004-2005

To amend the Official Languages Act to enhance the enforceability of the Government of Canada's obligations under Part VII of the Act.

Jean-Robert Gauthier S-3
2005-05-05 An Act to Amend the Citizenship Act
17, 53-54 E II, 2004-2005

To remedy the situation where a person has, as a child, lost their Canadian citizenship by law because a parent of that person acquired the nationality or citizenship of a country other than Canada or renounced his or her Canadian citizenship.

Noël A. Kinsella S-2
2005-02-24 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Kitchener-Wilmot--Wellesley--Woolwich
4, 53-54 E II, 2004-2005

To change the name of the electoral district of "Kitchener--Wilmot--Wellesley--Woolwich" to "Kitchener--Conestoga".

Lynn Myers C-302
2005-02-24 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Battle River
5, 53-54 E II, 2004-2005

To change the name of the electoral district to "Westlock--St. Paul".

John Reynolds C-304

37th Parliament (2001-01-29 - 2004-05-23) — 11 bills

3rd Session (2004-02-02 - 2004-05-23) — 3 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
2004-04-29 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (hate propaganda)
14, 52-53 E II, 2004

To expand the definition "identifiable group" relating to the area of hate propaganda in the Criminal Code to include any section of the public distinguished by sexual orientation.

Svend Robinson C-250
2004-03-31 An Act to amend the Hazardous Products Act (fire-safe cigarettes)
9, 52-53 E II, 2004

To amend the Hazardous Products Act by adding to the list of prohibited products cigarettes that does not meet the flammability standard to be set out in the regulations.

John McKay C-260
2004-03-31 An Act respecting user fees (Short title: User Fees Act)
6, 52-53 E II, 2004

To provide for parliamentary scrutiny and approval of user fees set by regulating authorities. Also to provide for greater transparency in the cost recovery and fee setting activities of those authorities, by requiring them to engage in a participatory consultation with clients and other service users before introducing or amending those fees.

Roy Cullen C-212
2nd Session (2002-09-30 - 2003-11-12) — 5 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
2003-07-11 An Act to establish Holocaust Memorial Day (Short title: Holocaust Memorial Day Act)
24, 51-52 E II, 2002-2003

To proclaim an annual Holocaust Memorial Day - Yom ha-Shoah.

Richard Marceau C-459
2003-06-19 An Act to establish Merchant Navy Veterans Day (Short title: Merchant Navy Veterans Day Act)
17, 51-52 E II, 2002-2003

To proclaim September 3 of each year as "Merchant Navy Veterans Day".

Paul Bonwick C-411
2003-06-19 An Act to amend the Statutory Instruments Act (disallowance procedure for regulations)
18, 51-52 E II, 2002-2003

To establish a statutory disallowance procedure that would be applicable to all statutory instruments subject to review and scrutiny by the Standing Joint Committee for the Scrutiny of Regulations. In so doing, to ensure that Parliament will have the opportunity to disallow any statutory instrument made pursuant to authority delegated by Parliament or made by or under the authority of the Cabinet.

Gurmant Singh Grewal C-205
2003-06-19 An Act respecting a National Acadian Day (Short title: National Acadian Day Act)
11, 51-52 E II, 2002-2003

To designate the 15th day of August as "National Acadian Day".

Gerald J. Comeau S-5
2003-04-03 An Act respecting a national day of remembrance of the Battle of Vimy Ridge (Short title: Vimy Ridge Day Act)
6, 51-52 E II, 2002-2003

To designate April 9 as a national day of remembrance of the Battle of Vimy Ridge.

Brent St. Denis C-227
1st Session (2001-01-29 - 2002-09-16) — 3 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
2002-04-30 An Act to provide for the recognition of the Canadian horse as the national horse of Canada (Short title: National Horse of Canada Act)
11, 49-50-51 E II, 2001-2002

To recognize the Canadian horse as the national horse of Canada.

Lowell Murray S-22
2002-03-21 An Act respecting Sir John A. Macdonald Day and Sir Wilfrid Laurier Day (Short title: Sir John A. Macdonald Day and the Sir Wilfrid Laurier Day Act)
2, 49-50-51 E II, 2001-2002

To designate the 11th day of January as "Sir John A. Macdonald Day" and the 20th day of November in each and every year as "Sir Wilfrid Laurier Day".

John Lynch-Staunton S-14
2001-12-18 An Act to amend the Parliament of Canada Act (Parliamentary Poet Laureate)
36, 49-50 E II, 2001 vol. III

To create the position of Parliamentary Poet Laureate.

Jerahmiel S. (Jerry) Grafstein S-10

36th Parliament (1997-09-22 - 2000-10-22) — 9 bills

2nd Session (1999-10-12 - 2000-10-22) — 3 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
2000-06-29 An Act to change the names of certain electoral districts
22, 48-49 E II, 2000

A name change of 13 constituencies.

Robert (Bob) Kilger C-473
2000-06-29 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Rimouski - Mitis
21, 48-49 E II, 2000

A name change of constituency from "Rimouski - Mitis" to "Rimouski-Neigette-et-la Mitis".

Suzanne Tremblay C-445
2000-03-30 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (flight)
2, 48-49 E II, 2000

To amend the Criminal Code so that under this enactment, every one commits an offence and is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years who operates a motor vehicle while being pursued by a peace officer in order to evade the peace officer and fails to stop the vehicle as soon as is reasonable in the circumstances.  Every one who commits the offence referred to above and thereby causes bodily harm to a person or the death of a person commits an offence and is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding fourteen years or life, respectively.

Dan McTeague C-202
1st Session (1997-09-22 - 1999-09-18) — 6 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1999-03-25 An Act to amend the Access to Information Act
16, 47-48 E II, 1999

To provide sanctions against any person who improperly destroys or falsifies government records in an attempt to deny right of access to information under the Access to Information Act.

Colleen Beaumier C-208
1999-03-11 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Sackville-Eastern Shore
8, 47-48 E II, 1999

A name change of constituency from "Sackville-Eastern Shore" to "Sackville-Musquodoboit Valley-Eastern Shore".

Peter Arend Stoffer C-464
1999-03-11 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Argenteuil-Papineau
6, 47-48 E II, 1999

A name change of constituency from "Argenteuil-Papineau" to "Argenteuil-Papineau-Mirabel".

Maurice Dumas C-465
1999-03-11 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Stormont-Dundas
7, 47-48 E II, 1999

A name change of constituency from "Stormont-Dundas" to "Stormont-Dundas-Charlottenburgh".

Robert (Bob) Kilger C-445
1998-06-18 An Act to change the name of certain electoral districts
27, 46-47 E II, 1998

A name change of eighteen constituencies.

Marlene Catterall C-410
1998-06-11 An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act
18, 46-47 E II, 1998

To amend the Canada Elections Act to allow the Chief Electoral Officer to authorize:
    1. the late filing of a candidate's elections return and corrections of the return if filed within the prescribed time; and
    2. the presentation and payment of a claim after the prescribed time.

George S. Baker C-411

35th Parliament (1994-01-17 - 1997-04-27) — 10 bills

2nd Session (1996-02-27 - 1997-04-27) — 6 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1997-04-25 An Act respecting the establishment and award of a Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal for Canadians who have served with an international peacekeeping mission (Short title: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal Act)
31, 45-46 E II, 1997

To establish a medal to be awarded by Canada for service with a peacekeeping force under United Nations command or another international force.

John L. (Jack) Frazer C-300
1997-02-19 An Act respecting a National Organ Donor Week in Canada (Short title: National Organ Donor Week Act)
4, 45-46 E II, 1997

To ensure that, in each and every year, the last full week of April is known as "National Organ Donor Week".

Dan McTeague C-202
1997-02-19 An Act to amend the Financial Administration Act (session of Parliament)
5, 45-46 E II, 1997

To ensure that special warrants of the Governor General being used to authorize payments out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund be issued only during a dissolution of Parliament.

Peter Andrew Stewart Milliken C-270
1996-12-18 An Act to change the names of certain electoral districts
36, 44-45 E II, 1996

A name change of nineteen constituencies.

François Langlois C-347
1996-10-22 An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act (reimbursement of election expenses)
26, 44-45 E II, 1996

To allow only those registered parties that have received 2 per cent or more of the valid votes cast in an election or five per cent of the valid votes cast in an election in an electoral district in which those parties endorsed a candidate to be eligible for a 22.5 per cent reimbursement of those expenses.

Ian G. McClelland C-243
1996-05-29 An Act establishing the Canadian Association of Former Parliamentarians (Short title: Canadian Association of Former Parliamentarians Act)
13, 44-45 E II, 1996

To establish a non-profit corporation to be known as the Canadian Association of Former Parliamentarians.

Donald (Don) Boudria C-275
1st Session (1994-01-17 - 1996-02-02) — 4 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1995-06-22 An Act to accelerate the use of alternative fuels for motor vehicles (Short title: Alternative Fuels Act)
20, 42-43-44 E II, 1995

To accelerate the use in Canada of alternative fuels in motor vehicles in order to reduce the emission of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, thereby lessening dependence on petroleum-based fuels for transportation.

Colin Kenny S-7
1995-03-26 An Act to amend the Unemployment Insurance Act (jury service)
7, 42-43-44 E II, 1995

To ensure that persons serving as jurors are not regarded as disqualified from a benefit merely because of their participation in such an activity.

Guy H. Arseneault C-216
1994-06-23 An Act to amend the Auditor General Act (reports)
32, 42-43 E II, 1994

To allow the Auditor General to report to the House of Commons annually and as often as he deems necessary.

Jean-Robert Gauthier C-207
1994-05-12 An Act to recognize hockey and lacrosse as the national sports of Canada (Short title: National Sports of Canada Act)
16, 42-43 E II, 1994

To recognize hockey and lacrosse as the national sports of Canada.

Nelson Andrew Riis C-212

34th Parliament (1988-12-12 - 1993-09-08) — 25 bills

3rd Session (1991-05-13 - 1993-09-08) — 5 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1993-05-06 An Act respecting a national child day (Short title: Child Day Act)
18, 41-42 E II, 1993

To respect a national child day.

Mac Harb C-371
1992-09-29 An Act to amend the Department of Forestry Act and to make related amendments to other Acts
44, 40-41 E II 1992

To substitute the name "Department of Forests" for the name "Department of Forestry".

Guy H. Arsenault C-306
1992-06-04 An Act respecting National Public Service Week: Serving Canadians Better (Short title: National Public Service Week: Serving Canadians Better Act)
15, 40-41 E II, 1992

To respect a national week of the Public Service.

Marlene Catterall C-328
1992-02-29 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Timiskaming
45, 40-41 E II, 1992

A name change of constituency from Timiskaming to "Timiskaming--French River".

John MacDougall C-351
1991-10-29 An Act respecting a national day of remembrance and action on violence against women (Short title: National Day of Remembrance Act)
36, 40 E II, 1991

To respect a national day of remembrance and action on violence against women.

Dawn Whitty Black C-202
2nd Session (1989-04-03 - 1991-05-12) — 20 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1997-02-01 An Act respecting a Day of Mourning for Persons Killed or Injured in the Workplace (Short title: Workers Mourning Day Act)
15, 38-39 E II, 1991

To designate the 28th April as "Day of Mourning for Persons Killed or Injured in the Workplace".

Rodney Edward Murphy C-223
1991-03-27 An Act respecting the establishment of the Centennial Flame Research Award to publicize the contributions to Canadian public life of persons with disabilities (Short title: Centennial Flame Research Award Act.
17, 38-39-40 E II, 1991

To provide an amount of money to a disabled person to enable that person to conduct research and prepare a report on the contribution to Canadian public life or to the activities of Parliament of one or more disabled persons.

Patrick Boyer C-258
1991-02-01 An Act to amend the Canada Pension Plan (spousal agreement)
14, 38-39 E II, 1991

To enable the Minister of National Health and Welfare to take remedial action as the Minister considers appropriate to place a person who was denied a division of pensionable earnings as a result of the terms of a spousal agreement entered into or a court order made before June 4, 1986 in the position that the person would be under the Act had the spousal agreement not been entered into or a Court order made.

William James Kempling C-260
1990-12-17 An Act respecting the laws prohibiting marriage between related persons (Short title: Marriage (Prohibited Degrees) Act)
46, 38-39 E II, 1990

To clarifie the law by providing that a person whose marriage has been dissolved by divorce may marry the brother, sister, nephew or niece of the divorced spouse.

Nathan Nurgitz S-14
1990-06-19 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Laval-des-Rapides
29, 38-39 E II, 1990

A name change of constituency from "Laval-des-Rapides to "Laval Centre".

Jacques Tétreault C-311
1990-06-19 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Brampton-Malton
23, 38-39 E II, 1990

A name change of constituency from "Brampton-Malton" to "Bramalea-Gore-Malton".

Harry Chadwick C-294
1990-06-19 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Selkirk
26, 38-39 E II, 1990

A name change of constituency from "Selkirk" to "Selkirk-Red River".

David Bjornson C-308
1990-06-19 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Gloucester
30, 38-39 E II, 1990

A name change of constituency from "Gloucester" to "Acadie-Bathurst".

Neil Young C-305
1990-06-19 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of "Laval"
28, 38-39 E II, 1990

A name change of constituency from "Laval" to "Laval West".

Guy Ricard C-310
1990-06-19 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Surrey-White Rock
27, 38-39 E II, 1990

A name change of constituency from "Surrey-White Rock" to "Surrey-White Rock-South Langley".

Benno Friesen C-309
1990-06-19 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Duvernay
32, 38-39 E II, 1990

A name change of constituency from "Duvernay" to "Laval East".

Vincent Della Noce C-312
1990-06-19 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Elgin
25, 38-39 E II, 1990

A name change of constituency from "Elgin" to Elgin-Norfolk".

Ken Monteith C-298
1990-06-19 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Montmorency-Orléans
24, 38-39 E II, 1990

A name change of constituency from "Montmorency-Orléans" to "Beauport-Montmorency-Orléans".

Charles DeBlois C-296
1990-06-19 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Langelier
31, 38-39 E II, 1990

A name change of constituency from "Langelier" to "Quebec".

Charles DeBlois C-307
1989-06-29 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Markham
11, 38 E II, 1989

A name change of constituency from "Markham" to "Markham--Whitchurch-Stouffville".

Bill Attewell C-240
1989-06-29 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Fredericton
12, 38 E II, 1989

A name change of constituency from "Fredericton" to "Fredericton--York-Sunbury".

John Williston (Bud) Bird C-241
1989-06-29 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Windsor--Lake St. Clair
15, 38 E II, 1989

A name change of constituency from "Windsor--Lake St. Clair" to "Windsor--St. Clair".

Howard Douglas McCurdy C-254
1989-06-29 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Renfrew
13, 38 E II, 1989

A name change of constituency from "Renfrew" to "Renfrew-Nipising-Pembroke".

Leonard Donald Hopkins C-245
1989-06-29 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Saint-Laurent
10, 38 E II, 1989

A name change of constituency from "Saint-Laurent" to "Saint-Laurent--Cartierville".

Shirley Maheu C-239
1989-06-29 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Restigouche
14, 38 E II, 1989

A name change of constituency from "Restigouche" to "Restigouche-Chaleur".

Guy H. Arsenault C-252

33rd Parliament (1984-11-05 - 1988-10-01) — 7 bills

2nd Session (1986-09-30 - 1988-10-01) — 6 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1988-09-22 An Act to protect Heritage Railway Stations (Short title: Heritage Railway Stations Protection Act)
62, 36-37 E II, 1988

To provide efficient mechanisms that would allow concerned citizens to make timely objections to the alteration, removal or demolition of railway stations of historical or cultural value and to ensure their conservation in the public interest.

Gordon Edward Taylor C-205
1988-09-13 An Act to amend the Blue Water Bridge authority Act
59, 36-37 E II, 1988

To exclude any personal liability of the members of the Blue Water Bridge Authority in the event of a tragedy caused by an act of terrorism or by any other wilful and wrongful act resulting in injury or loss suffered by users of the Bridge.

Elliott William Hardey C-210
1988-09-13 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (instruments and literature for illicit drug use)
60, 36-37 E II, 1988

To prohibit commerce in illicit drug paraphernalia.

Robert Nesbitt Horner C-264
1988-07-28 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Chapleau
43, 36-37 E II, 1988

A name change of constituency from "Chapleau" to "Gatineau-La Lièvre".

Claudy Mailly C-308
1988-06-28 An Act to regulate smoking in the federal workplace and on common carriers and to amend the Hazardous Products Act in relation to cigarette advertising (Short title: Non-smokers' Health Act)
21, 36-37 E II, 1988

To control smoking at the workplace and on common carriers under federal jurisdiction, as well as to declare tobacco products "hazardous" in order to ban cigarette promotion and advertising and to authorize regulations that would subject the sale of cigarettes to prescribed circumstances and conditions.

Lynn McDonald C-204
1987-12-17 An Act to amend the Citizenship Act (period of residence)
53, 35-36 E II, 1987

To provide that each day during which a person not being a Canadian citizen, resides with his or her spouse while the later is or working outside of Canada, in or for the Canadian armed forces or the public service of Canada or of a province, shall be a day of residence in Canada for the purpose of that person being granted Canadian citizenship.

Robert Pennock C-254
1st Session (1984-11-05 - 1986-08-28) — 1 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1986-03-26 An Act to impose reporting requirements with respect to public pension plans and to amend certain Acts in consequence thereof (Short title: Public Pensions Reporting Act)
16, 34-35 E II, 1986

To require periodic actuarial valuations of pension plans established under the Canadian Forces Superannuation Act, the Judges Act, the Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act, the Public Service Superannuation Act, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Superannuation Act and the Supplementary Retirement Benefits Act, at intervals and using standards required of private sector pension plans. This Act would also increase the frequency of actuarial valuations of pension plans established under the Canada Pension Plan and require cost estimates of benefits payable under the Old Age Security Act to be prepared with the same detail as estimates prepared under the Canada Pension Plan.

William Paul Joseph McCrossan C-255

32nd Parliament (1980-04-14 - 1984-07-09) — 23 bills

2nd Session (1983-12-07 - 1984-07-09) — 4 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1984-06-29 An Act to grant access to records of the Special Committee on the Defence of Canada Regulations
36, 32-33 E II, 1984

To grant access to records of the Special Committee on the Defence of Canada Regulations.

John Mercer Reid C-252
1984-06-28 An Act to establish standards for the manufacture of the national flag of Canada (Short title: National Flag of Canada Manufacturing Standards Act)
28, 32-33 E II, 1984

To ensure the quality of material, design and colour used in the Canadian flag for use within Canada in order to reduce fading and other signs of wear.

Allan Bruce McKinnon C-234
1984-06-07 An Act to amend the Senate and House of Commons Act
15, 32-33 E II, 1984

To enable members of the House of Commons to enter agreements such as cottage lot or mineral leases where the consideration for such leases is from the member's private monies.

Dave Nickerson C-241
1984-06-07 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Hull
14, 32-33 E II, 1984

A name change of constituency from "Hull" to "Hull-Aylmer".

Joseph Gaston Isabelle C-205
1st Session (1980-04-14 - 1983-11-30) — 19 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1983-02-15 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Dauphin
137, 29-30-31-32 E II, 1980-81-82-83

A name change of constituency from "Dauphin" to "Dauphin-Swan River".

Laverne Lewycky C-672
1983-01-31 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Saint-Michel
135, 29-30-31-32 E II, 1980-81-82-83

A name change of constituency from "Saint-Michel" to "Saint-Michel-Ahuntsic".

Marie Thérèse Rollande Killens C-647
1983-01-31 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Missisquoi
134, 29-30-31-32 E II, 1980-81-82-83

A name change of constituency from "Missisquoi" to "Brome-Missisquoi".

André Bachand C-620
1982-10-27 An Act to amend the Holdiays Act
124, 29-30-31-32 E II, 1980-81-82-83

A name change of holiday for July 1, from Dominion Day to Canada Day.

Harold Thomas Herbert C-201
1982-08-04 An Act to amend the Railway Act
117, 29-30-31-32 E II, 1980-81-82-83

To amend section 86 to permit instruments affecting railway rolling stock located, moving or running on or over the lines or tracks of a railway company to be deposited with the Registrar General of Canada, whether or not the rolling stock is owned by or leased by a railway company.

Royce Herbert Frith S-29
1980-07-17 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Sainte-Marie
30, 29 E II, 1980-81-82-83

A name change of constituency from "Sainte-Marie" to "Montreal-Sainte Marie".

Jean-Claude Malépart C-604
1980-07-17 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Berthier-Maskinongé
26, 29 E II, 1980-81-82-83

A name change of constituency from "Berthier-Maskinongé" to "Berthier-Maskinongé-Lanaudière".

Antonio Yanakis C-599
1980-07-17 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Sarnia
22, 29 E II, 1980-81-82-83

A name change of constituency from "Sarnia" to "Sarnia-Lambton".

Jack Sydney George (Bud) Cullen C-402
1980-07-17 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
25, 29 E II, 1980-81-82-83

A name change of constituency from "Notre-Dame-de-Grâce" to "Notre Dame de Grace-Lachine East".

William Warren Allmand C-565
1980-07-17 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Saint-Hyacinthe
21, 29 E II, 1980-81-82-83

A name change of constituency from "Saint-Hyacinthe" to "Saint-Hyacinthe-Bagot".

Marcel Ostiguy C-268
1980-07-17 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Mercier
31, 29 E II, 1980-81-82-83

A name change of constituency from "Mercier" to "Montreal-Mercier".

Céline Hervieux-Payette C-605
1980-07-17 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Rimouski
23, 29 E II, 1980-81-82-83

A name change of constituency from "Rimouski" to "Rimouski-Temiscouata".

Eva Lachance Côté C-488
1980-07-17 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Argenteuil
28, 29 E II, 1980-81-82-83

A name change of constituency from "Argenteuil" to "Argenteuil-Papineau".

Robert Gourd C-601
1980-07-17 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Montmorency
33, 29 E II, 1980-81-82-83

A name change of constituency from "Montmorency" to "Montmorency-Orléans".

Louis Duclos C-608
1980-07-17 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Cochrane
27, 29 E II, 1980-81-82-83

A name change of constituency from "Cochrane" to "Cochrane-Superior".

B. Keith Penner C-600
1980-07-17 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Verdun
29, 29 E II, 1980-81-82-83

A name change of constituency from "Verdun" to "Verdun-Saint-Paul".

Pierre Raymond Savard C-602
1980-07-17 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Richmond
32, 29 E II, 1980-81-82-83

A name change of constituency from "Richmond" to "Richmond-Wolfe".

Alain Tardif C-606
1980-07-17 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Hastings-Frontenac
24, 29 E II, 1980-81-82-83

A name change of constituency from "Hastings-Frontenac" to "Hastings-Frontenac-Lennox and Addington".

William John Vankoughnet C-529
1980-07-17 An Act to change the name of the electoral district of Laprairie
34, 29 E II, 1980-81-82-83

A name change of constituency from "Laprairie" to "La Prairie".

Pierre Deniger C-609

30th Parliament (1974-09-30 - 1979-03-26) — 28 bills

3rd Session (1977-10-18 - 1978-10-10) — 8 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1978-03-22 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Mégantic-Compton-Stanstead)
14, 26-27 E II, 1977-78

A name change of constituency from "Compton" to "Mégantic-Compton-Stanstead".

Claude Tessier C-423
1978-03-22 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Prince George-Peace River)
17, 26-27 E II, 1977-78

An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Prince George-Peace River)

Frank Oberle C-267
1978-03-22 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Pontiac-Gatineau-Labelle)
15, 26-27 E II, 1977-78

A name change of constituency from "Pontiac" to "Pontiac-Gatineau-Labelle".

Thomas Lefebvre C-358
1978-03-22 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Humber-Port-au-Port-St. Barbe)
13, 26-27 E II, 1977-78

A name change of constituency from "Humber-St. Barbe" to "Humber-Port-au-Port-St. Barbe".

Jack Marshall C-412
1978-03-22 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Hochelaga-Maisonneuve)
12, 26-27 E II, 1977-78

An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Hochelaga-Maisonneuve)

Serge Joyal C-418
1978-03-22 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Prince Edward-Hastings)
16, 26-27 E II, 1977-78

A name change of constituency from "Prince Edward" to "Prince Edward-Hastings".

John Raymond Ellis C-414
1978-03-22 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Saint-Henri-Westmount)
18, 26-27 E II, 1977-78

A name change of constituency from "Westmount" to "Saint-Henri-Westmount".

Gérard Loiselle C-415
1978-03-22 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Sainte-Marie)
19, 26-27 E II, 1977-78

A name change of constituency from "Hochelaga" to "Sainte-Marie".

Serge Joyal C-417
2nd Session (1976-10-12 - 1977-10-17) — 13 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1977-07-14 An Act to amend the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Lethbridge-Foothills)
47, 25-26 E II, 1976-77

A name change of constituency from "Lethbridge" to "Lethbridge-Foothills".

Kenneth Earl Hurlburt C-405
1977-07-14 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (London-Middlesex)
48, 25-26 E II, 1976-77

A name change of constituency from "Middlesex East" to "London-Middlesex".

Joseph Lawrence (Larry) Condon C-422
1977-07-14 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Blainville-Deux-Montagnes)
41, 25-26 E II, 1976-77

An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Blainville-Deux-Montagnes)

Joseph-Roland Comtois C-427
1977-07-14 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Saint-Léonard-Anjou)
50, 25-26 E II, 1976-77

A name change of constituency from "Saint-Léonard" to "Saint-Léonard-Anjou".

Fernand-E. LeBlanc C-429
1977-07-14 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Wellington-Dufferin-Simcoe)
51, 25-26 E II, 1976-77

A name change of constituency from "Dufferin-Wellington" to "Wellington-Dufferin-Simcoe".

William Ross Milne C-393
1977-07-14 An Act to amend the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Kootenay East-Revelstoke)
45, 25-26 E II, 1976-77

A name change of constituency from "Kootenay East" to "Kootenay East-Revelstoke".

Howard Earl Johnston C-406
1977-07-14 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Saint-Jacques)
49, 25-26 E II, 1976-77

A name change of constituency from "Saint-Henri" to "Saint-Jacques".

Gérard Loiselle C-428
1977-07-14 An Act to amend the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Laval)
46, 25-26 E II, 1976-77

A name change of constituency from "Mille-Îles" to "Laval".

Marcel-Claude Roy C-418
1977-07-14 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Cochrane)
43, 25-26 E II, 1976-77

A name change of constituency from "Cochrane North" to "Cochrane".

Ralph Wesley Stewart C-433
1977-07-14 An Act to amend the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Huron-Bruce)
44, 25-26 E II, 1976-77

A name change of constituency from "Huron" to "Huron-Bruce".

Robert Elgin McKinley C-394
1977-07-14 An Act to amend the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Beauharnois-Salaberry)
40, 25-26 E II, 1976-77

A name change of constituency from " Beauharnois " to " Beauharnois-Salaberry ".

Gérald Laniel C-283
1977-07-14 An Act to amend the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (Brampton-Georgetown)
42, 25-26 E II, 1976-77

A name change of constituency from "Brampton-Halton Hills" to "Brampton-Georgetown".

William Ross Milne C-392
1977-06-16 An Act to amend the Railway Act
21, 25-26 E II, 1976-77

To require Railway companies to submit expansion plans to the Canadian Transport Commission for approval and give four weeks notice in the community directly involved so residents can have the opportunity to voice their objections.

Alan Gray Martin C-207
1st Session (1974-09-30 - 1976-10-12) — 7 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1975-05-08 An Act to amend the Fort-Falls Bridge Authority Act
46, 23-24-25 E II, 1974-75-76

To change the date of construction and requires certain agreements to be made with the authorities in Minnesota.

John Mercer Reid C-367
1975-03-24 An Act to provide for the recognition of the Beaver (Castor canadensis) as a symbol of the sovereignty of Canada (Short title: National Symbol of Canada Act)
35, 23-24-25 E II, 1974-75-76

To make the beaver Canada's national symbol.

Sean Patrick O'Sullivan C-373
1975-03-13 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
31, 23-24-25 E II, 1974-75-76

A name change of constituency from "Berthier" to "Berthier-Maskinongé".

Antonio Yanakis C-365
1975-03-13 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
29, 23-24-25 E II, 1974-75-76

A name change of constituency from "Bruce" to "Bruce-Grey".

Crawford Douglas C-228
1975-03-13 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
30, 23-24-25 E II, 1974-75-76

An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act

Claude-André Lachance C-229
1975-02-27 An Act to amend the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
25, 23-24-25 E II, 1974-75-76

To repeal subparagraph 13(c)(i) of the Act; "relative rate of growth" of the constituency as a factor determining its size was removed from this subparagraph.

John Mercer Reid C-370
1974-12-13 An Act to amend the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
10, 23-24-25 E II, 1974-75-76

To amend the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act to provide that an Electoral Boundaries Commission must support, with reasons, its recommendations concerning the division of a province into electoral districts.

Marcel Joseph Aimé Lambert C-214

29th Parliament (1973-01-04 - 1974-05-09) — 8 bills

2nd Session (1974-02-27 - 1974-05-09) — 2 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1974-05-07 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
8, 23 E II, 1974

A name change of constituency from "Middlesex" to "Middlesex-London-Lambton".

William Charles Frank C-281
1974-05-07 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
7, 23 E II, 1974

A name change of constituency from "Huron" to "Huron-Middlesex".

Robert Elgin McKinley C-277
1st Session (1973-01-04 - 1974-02-26) — 6 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1973-12-12 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
42, 21-22-23 E II, 1973-74

A name change of constituency from "Lasalle" to "Lasalle-Emard-Côte Saint Paul".

John Campbell C-228
1973-12-12 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
43, 21-22-23 E II, 1973-74

A name change of constituency from "Ottawa East" to "Ottawa Vanier".

Jean-Robert Gauthier C-232
1973-12-05 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
40, 21-22-23 E II, 1973-74

A name change of constituency from "Peel South" to "Mississauga".

Donald Alex Blenkarn C-222
1973-07-27 An Act to amend the Harbour Commissions Act (Nanaimo Harbour Commission)
26, 21-22-23 E II, 1973-74

To repeal and replace paragraph 4(1)(c) of the Harbour Commissions Act by a provision to ensure the number of members of the Nanaimo Harbour Commission shall not be less than five. Subsection 5(1) of the Act is amended to provide for a representative (one each) from the Nanaimo City Council and the Nanaimo Regional District Board on the Nanaimo Harbour Commission.

Thomas Clement (Tommy) Douglas C-21
1973-03-29 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
6, 21-22-23 E II, 1973-74

A name change of constituency from "Lachine" to "Lachine-Lakeshore".

Roderick Blaker C-31
1973-03-29 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
7, 21-22-23 E II, 1973-74

A name change of constituency from "Waterloo" to "Waterloo-Cambridge".

Max Saltsman C-156

28th Parliament (1968-09-12 - 1972-09-01) — 22 bills

4th Session (1972-02-17 - 1972-09-01) — 6 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1972-05-19 An Act respecting the use of the expression "Parliament Hill"
11, 21 E II, 1972

To provide that words "Parliament Hill" shall not be used to identify any commercial product, nor land site in the National Capital Region except the location of the parliamentary buildings.

George James McIlraith C-78
1972-03-29 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
3, 21 E II, 1972

A name change of constituency from "Essex" to "Essex-Windsor".

Eugene Francis Whelan C-55
1972-03-29 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
7, 21 E II, 1972

A name change of constituency from "Trois-Rivières" to "Trois-Rivières Métropolitain".

Claude G. Lajoie C-167
1972-03-29 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
6, 21 E II, 1972

A name change of constituency from "Témiscouata" to "Rivière-du-Loup - Témiscouata".

Rosaire Gendron C-172
1972-03-29 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
4, 21 E II, 1972

A name change of constituency from "High Park" to "High Park Humber Valley".

Walter Cyril Deakon C-74
1972-03-29 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
5, 21 E II, 1972

A name change of constituency from "Renfrew North" to "Renfrew North-Nipissing East".

Leonard Donald Hopkins C-92
3rd Session (1970-10-08 - 1972-02-16) — 6 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1971-03-30 An Act respecting the Canadian Environment Week Act (Short title: Canadian Environment Week Act)
28, 19-20-21 E II, 1970-71-72

To designate the second week in October as Canadian Environment Week, each and every year throughout Canada from the date of the Act.

Tom Goode C-25
1971-03-11 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
18, 19-20-21 E II, 1970-71-72

A name change of constituency from "Lakeshore" to "Toronto-Lakeshore".

William Kenneth Robinson C-21
1971-03-11 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
21, 19-20-21 E II, 1970-71-72

A name change of constituency from "Beauharnois" to "Beauharnois-Salaberry".

Gérald Laniel C-178
1971-03-11 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
20, 19-20-21 E II, 1970-71-72

A name change of constituency from "Surrey" to "Surrey-White Rock".

Barry Mather C-88
1971-03-11 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
19, 19-20-21 E II, 1970-71-72

A name change of constituency from "Bonaventure" to "Bonaventure-Îles de la Madeleine".

Albert Béchard C-83
1971-03-11 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
22, 19-20-21 E II, 1970-71-72

A name change of constituency from "Bourassa" to "Montreal-Bourassa".

Jacques L. Trudel C-223
2nd Session (1969-10-23 - 1970-10-07) — 10 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1970-06-26 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
56, 18-19 E II, 1969-70

A name change of constituency from "Glengarry-Prescott" to "Glengarry-Prescott-Russell".

Yves Forest C-153
1970-06-26 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
53, 18-19 E II, 1969-70

A name change of constituency from "Perth" to "Perth-Wilmot".

Jay Waldo Monteith C-62
1970-06-26 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
61, 18-19 E II, 1969-70

A name change of constituency from "Lanark and Renfrew" to "Lanark-Renfrew-Carleton".

Murray Arndell McBride C-213
1970-06-26 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
60, 18-19 E II, 1969-70

A name change of constituency from "Argenteuil" to "Argenteuil-Deux-Montagnes".

Robert Benoit Major C-178
1970-06-26 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
57, 18-19 E II, 1969-70

A name change of constituency from "Missisquoi" to "Brome-Missisquoi".

Yves Forest C-162
1970-06-26 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
58, 18-19 E II, 1969-70

A name change of constituency from "Wellington-Grey" to "Wellington-Grey-Dufferin-Waterloo".

William Marvin Howe C-168
1970-06-26 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
54, 18-19 E II, 1969-70

A name change of constituency from "Sarnia" to "Sarnia Lambton".

Jack Sydney George (Bud) Cullen C-75
1970-06-26 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
55, 18-19 E II, 1969-70

A name change of constituency from "Burnaby-Richmond" to "Burnaby-Richmond-Delta".

Thomas Henry Goode C-130
1970-06-26 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
59, 18-19 E II, 1969-70

A name change of constituency from "Maisonneuve" to "Maisonneuve-Rosemont".

J. Antonio Thomas C-177
1969-12-19 An Act to amend Schedule A of the Bank Act
11, 18-19 E II, 1969-70

To change the alternate name of the Banque Canadienne Nationale in Schedule A from "National Canadian Bank" to "Bank Canadian National".

Maurice Bourget S-13

27th Parliament (1966-01-18 - 1968-04-23) — 3 bills

2nd Session (1967-05-08 - 1968-04-23) — 3 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1968-03-27 An Act to amend the Immigration Act
37, 16-17 E II, 1967-68

To repeal and substitute subparagraph (ii) of paragraph (a) section 5 to provide for the granting of permanent status to an immigrant (when admission is authorized by the Governor in Council) who has been insane if, for the seven years preceding the date of application, he has not been a patient in a hospital for treatment of insanity, and if symptoms of insanity are unlikely to recur.

Hubert Badanai C-30
1967-06-11 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
10, 16-17 E II, 1967-68

A name change of constituency from "Peel-Dufferin" to "Peel-Dufferin-Simcoe".

John Ellwood Madill C-159
1967-06-11 An Act respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act
11, 16-17 E II, 1967-68

A name change of constituency from "Oshawa" to "Oshawa-Whitby".

Michael Starr C-165

26th Parliament (1963-05-16 - 1965-09-08) — 4 bills

2nd Session (1964-02-18 - 1965-04-03) — 2 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1965-04-03 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (Habeas Corpus)
53, 13-14 E II

To repeal and replace subsection (1), section 691 by a provision to allow an appeal to the Court of Appeal, and, if necessary, to the Supreme Court of Canada, when an application for a writ of habeas corpus and subjiciendum is refused by a judge.

John Ross Matheson C-35
1964-03-30 An Act respecting the Trans-Canada Air Lines Act
53, 13-14 E II

To change the name of the Trans-Canada Airlines, Lignes Aériennes Trans-Canada, to Air Canada; the words "Air Canada", "Trans-Canada Air Lines", "Lignes Aériennes Trans-Canada", or abbreviations of same may not be used by any other person or company.

Jean Joseph Jacques Chrétien C-2
1st Session (1963-05-16 - 1963-12-21) — 2 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1963-12-12 An Act to amend the Quebec Savings Banks Act
27, 12 E II

To make it easier for the Montreal City and District Savings Bank, and the Quebec Savings Bank to appoint directors, and to authorize the two banks to make loans on the security of the first mortgages up to 60% instead of 40%.

Thomas Vien S-46
1963-08-02 An Act authorizing the Senate of Canada to Dissolve or Annul Marriages (Short title: Dissolution and Annulment of Marriages Act)
10, 12 E II

To authorise the Senate on the petition of either party to a marriage, to declare a marriage dissolved or annulled; this may be done only after an officer of the Senate has heard evidence and reported to the Senate. If either party of the marriage, within 30 days of the Senate's proclamation, petitions the Parliament of Canada to make void the Senate's resolution, this resolution is suspended until an Act based on the petition receives Royal Assent.

J. Nicholas (Nick) Mandziuk C-93

24th Parliament (1958-05-12 - 1962-04-19) — 5 bills

5th Session (1962-01-18 - 1962-04-19) — 2 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1962-04-18 An Act to amend the Representation Act
28, 10-11 E II

A name change of constituency from "Nanaimo" to "Nanaimo-Cowichan-The Islands".

Walter Franklyn Matthews C-46
1962-03-23 An Act to amend the Representation Act
17, 10-11 E II

To provide two electoral districts in the Northwest Territories - Mackenzie River and Keewatin-Franklin electoral districts.

Erik Nielsen C-14
4th Session (1960-11-17 - 1961-09-29) — 2 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1961-09-29 An Act to amend the Transport Act
63, 9-10 E II

To repeal and replace subsection (1) of section 33; by a provision to allow representatives of the trucking industry to complain to the Minister when they feel an agreed charge discriminates against a motor vehicle operator.

John Ferguson Browne C-33
1961-06-01 An Act to amend the Representation Act
25, 9-10 E II

A name change of constituency from "Humboldt-Melfort" to "Humboldt-Melfort-Tisdale".

Reynold Rapp C-29
2nd Session (1959-01-15 - 1959-07-18) — 1 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1959-06-04 An Act to amend the Representation Act
16, 7-8 E II

A name change of constituency from "Témiscouata" to "Rivière-du-Loup - Témiscouata".

Antoine Fréchette C-21

22nd Parliament (1953-11-12 - 1957-04-12) — 2 bills

2nd Session (1955-01-07 - 1955-07-28) — 1 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1955-03-24 An Act to amend the Representation Act
5, 3-4 E II

A name change of constituency from "Northumberland" to "Northumberland-Miramichi".

George Roy McWilliam 194
1st Session (1953-11-12 - 1954-06-26) — 1 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1954-05-27 An Act to amend the Representation Act
32, 2-3 E II, 1953-54

To correct an error that was made in connection with the revised statutes with regard to the name of the constituency of Swift Current-Maple Creek. The name was changed at the last session but only for the statute itself and not in the revised statutes.

Irvin William Studer 420

21st Parliament (1949-09-15 - 1953-06-13) — 4 bills

7th Session (1952-11-20 - 1953-05-14) — 1 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1953-02-11 An Act to amend the Representation Act, 1952
8, 1-2 E II, 1952-53

A name change of constituency from "Swift Current" to "Swift Current-Maple Creek".

Irvin William Studer 101
5th Session (1951-10-09 - 1951-12-29) — 2 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1952-06-18 An Act to amend The Canada Dairy Products Act
16, 1 E II, 1952

To delete from the Canada Dairy Products Act of 1951 the powers it confers upon the government to prohibit the importation from one province to another of oleomargarinous and certain other foods other than unadulterated milk.

William Daum Euler B (307)
1952-05-29 An Act to amend the Victoria Day Act
13, 1 E II, 1952

To designate throughout Canada, in each and every year, the first Monday immediately preceding the twenty-fifth day of May a legal holiday under the name of Victoria Day.

John Lorne MacDougall 2
4th Session (1951-01-30 - 1951-10-09) — 1 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1951-06-20 An Act to amend the Quebec Savings Banks Act
35, 15 GEO VI, 1951

To amend the amount of dividends which has been paid during the five previous years.

Edmund Davie Fulton D (10)

20th Parliament (1945-09-06 - 1949-04-30) — 4 bills

3rd Session (1947-01-30 - 1947-07-17) — 4 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1947-07-17 An Act to amend the Trust Companies Act
66, 11 GEO VI

To make a number of technical amendments to the Trust Companies Act.

Arthur Bliss Copp C13 (417)
1947-07-17 An Act respecting certain National Parks and to amend The National Parks Act (Short title: The National Parks Amendment Act, 1947)
66, 11 GEO VI

To enlarge some parks and take away land from others.  To abolish two parks and open up land to be leased to persons who want to build cottages; and provide opportunity for the all-year-round residents in the parks in Alberta to enjoy the health and welfare services supplied by the province.

Arthur Bliss Copp M9 (365)
1947-06-27 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (Race meetings)
31, 11 GEO VI

To establish a cut-off date, and to provide that any racing associations which have not conducted at least one race meeting with pari mutuel betting between the first day of January, 1938, and the ninteenth day of May, 1947 - a period of some nine years - shall not be entitled to conduct races with pari mutuel privileges.

Arthur Bliss Copp L9 (268)
1947-05-14 An Act respecting a National Wild Life Week (Short title: The National Wild Life Week Act)
22, 11 GEO VI

To designate each year the week in which April 10 occurs as National Wild Life Week.

John Ritchie MacNicol 2

18th Parliament (1936-02-06 - 1940-01-25) — 6 bills

3rd Session (1938-01-27 - 1938-07-01) — 4 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1938-06-24 An Act to amend The Copyright Amendment Act, 1931, and the Copyright Act
27, 2 GEO VI

To require the Canadian Performing Right Society to publish a list of the musical compositions which they purport to control, under the provisions of the Copyright Act; and to exempt from payment of the fee provided under the terms of the act small business establishments which use the radio in a limited way.

William Kemble Esling 12
1938-06-24 An Act to amend the Railway Act
40, 2 GEO VI

To amend the Railway Act so as to place under the jurisdiction of the board of railway commissioners the assessment of damages resulting from the erection of snow fences by the railway companies.

Joseph Boulanger 5
1938-04-07 An Act to amend the Railway Act (Telephone Tolls)
12, 2 GEO VI

To extend et clarify the Jurisdiction of the board of railway commissioners with regards to telephone companies.

Wilfrid Lacroix 14
1938-04-07 An Act to amend the Civil Service Act
7, 2 GEO VI

To provide that all employees of the Federal Government appointed to positions within a province, or transferred from one province, shall be qualified to use the language of the majority of the persons with whom they come into contact.

Wilfrid Lacroix 3
2nd Session (1937-01-14 - 1937-04-10) — 1 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1937-03-31 An Act to provide for Appeal to the Court of Appeal of the Province of British Columbia in Divorce and Matrimonial Causes (Short title: The British Columbia Divorce Appeals Act)
4, 1 GEO VI

To give jurisdiction in divorce cases to the Court of Appeal in British Columbia.

Howard Green 15
1st Session (1936-02-06 - 1936-06-23) — 1 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1936-04-08 An Act to repeal The Economic Council of Canada Act, 1935
5, 1 EDW VIII

To repeal the government measure to establish an Economic Council of Canada.

Jean-François Pouliot 6

17th Parliament (1930-09-08 - 1935-08-14) — 9 bills

5th Session (1934-01-25 - 1934-07-03) — 1 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1934-04-20 An Act to amend the Criminal Code (Race Meetings)
11, 24-25 GEO V

To give racing associations the option to hold one race meeting of fourteen days or two race meetings of seven days each in any calendar year.

Raymond Morand 35
4th Session (1932-10-06 - 1933-05-27) — 1 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1933-05-23 An Act to amend an Act respecting Canadian and British Insurance Companies
32, 23-24 GEO V

To legalize the investment of insurance funds in such securities, which are generally admitted to be safe and sound.

Charles-Philippe Beaubien B (104)
3rd Session (1932-02-04 - 1932-05-26) — 1 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1932-04-04 An Act to amend the Marriage and Divorce Act
10, 22-23 GEO. V

To provide for marriages to the daughter of a brother of a deceased wife or to the son of a sister of a deceased husband.

Ambrose Bury 17
2nd Session (1931-03-12 - 1931-08-03) — 6 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1931-08-03 An Act to amend the Bankruptcy Act (Priority of Claims)
18, 21-22 GEO V

To give protection to that class of commercial travellers who sell on commission.

John Hackett 28
1931-08-03 An Act to remove the necessity of the re-election of Members of the House of Commons of Canada on acceptance of office
52, 21-22 GEO V

To amend the existing legislation so as to provide that no member of the House of Commons, on being appointed to the ministry, need appeal again to the electorate.

Samuel Jacobs 35
1931-08-03 An Act to amend the Dairy Industry Act (Increase of penalties)
31, 21-22 GEO V

To increase the penalties against butter adulterators.

Samuel Gobeil 16
1931-08-03 An Act to amend the Canada Shipping Act
21, 21-22 GEO V

To aid men who are known to be perfectly competent to handle their ships during the fishing season, and who want the privilege of engaging in the coasting trade during periods when they are not fishing.

William Ernst 97
1931-08-03 An Act to amend the Government Annuities Act
33, 21-22 GEO V

To reduce the maximum amount payable as an annuity to the former limit of $1,200 a year.

Gideon Robertson D1 (90)
1931-06-11 An Act to amend the Armistice Day Act
4, 21-22 GEO V

To designate the celebration of Armistice day on November 11 in each year and on no other day under the name of Remembrance Day.

Alan Neill 8

16th Parliament (1926-12-09 - 1930-05-30) — 3 bills

4th Session (1930-02-20 - 1930-05-30) — 2 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1930-05-30 An Act respecting jurisdiction in Proceedings for Divorce (Short title: The Divorce Jurisdiction Act, 1930)
15, 20-21 GEO V

To confer upon a woman who has been deserted by her husband and has lived for two years in any particular province the right to bring an action for divorce in that province.

William Ward 31
1930-05-30 An Act to provide in the province of Ontario for the dissolution and the annulment of Marriage (Short title: The Divorce Act (Ontario), 1930)
14, 20-21 GEO V

To establish a divorce court in the province of Ontario.

James Woodsworth 20
3rd Session (1929-02-07 - 1929-06-14) — 1 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1929-06-14 An Act to amend The Precious Metals Marking Act, 1928
53, 19-20 GEO V

To permit importers of jewelry and articles of that kind to stamp their trade mark on the article and mark it "imported".

Joseph-Étienne Letellier de St-Just 24

15th Parliament (1926-01-07 - 1926-07-02) — 1 bills

1st Session (1926-01-07 - 1926-07-02) — 1 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1926-06-15 To change the names of certain Pension Fund Societies
13, 16-17 GEO V

To enable Pension Fund Societies to change their names by by-law or resolution, with the consent of the Secretary of State of Canada.

Frédéric Béique A (24)

14th Parliament (1922-03-08 - 1925-09-05) — 6 bills

4th Session (1925-02-05 - 1925-06-27) — 2 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1925-06-27 An Act respecting Divorce
41, 15-16 GEO V

To give the wife a right to secure a divorce from her husband upon the same grounds upon which a husband may secure a divorce from his wife.

Joseph Shaw 4
1925-06-27 An Act respecting Quartz Mining in the Yukon Territory
74, 14-15 GEO V

To state in the form of an act of parliament the laws governing quartz mining in the Yukon, which laws are now embodied in a large number of orders in council.

George Black 6
3rd Session (1924-02-28 - 1924-07-19) — 2 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1924-07-19 An Act to amend The Criminal Code (Evidence as to Games of Chance)
35, 14-15 GEO V

To make the Act clearer by adding this subsection to section 986, the suppression of gambling, particularly on the part of young people.

James Lougheed V6 (259)
1924-07-19 An Act to amend The Yukon Quartz Mining Act
55, 15-16 GEO V

To make a few necessary changes in the Act that went through on the last day of last session.

George Black 6
2nd Session (1923-01-31 - 1923-06-30) — 2 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1923-06-30 An Act to amend the Yukon Act
72, 13-14 GEO V, 1923

To increase the classes of actions in which litigants may have the right to appeal and may have the right to have issues of fact determined by a jury.

George Black 44
1923-06-13 An Act to make lawful, the marriage of a woman to her deceased husband's brother or such brother's son
19, 13-14 GEO V, 1923

To place a widow on exactly the same plane as a man whose wife is dead and who is permitted to marry his deceased wife's sister. To permit a woman to marry her deceased husband's brother or such brother's son.

Arthur Hardy V (75)

13th Parliament (1918-03-18 - 1921-10-04) — 5 bills

5th Session (1921-02-14 - 1921-06-04) — 2 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1921-06-04 An Act to amend the Canada Shipping Act (Public Harbours)
19, 11-12 GEO V, 1921

To enable the Governor in Council to increase existing penalties for the pollution of harbour waters by the discharge of waste oil from oil-burning steamers.

Alexander Maclean 40
1921-06-04 An Act respecting Armistice Day (Short title: Armistice Day Act)
16, 11-12 GEO V, 1921

To make Armistice Day a public holiday, and to unite with it Thanksgiving Day.

Herbert Mowat 119
3rd Session (1919-09-01 - 1919-11-10) — 2 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1919-11-10 An Act to amend the House of Commons Act
18, 10 GEO V, 1919

To correct certain abuses which have arisen under the House of Commons Act with respect to electoral matters. In the event of a vacancy occurring a writ shall be issued within six months after the receipt of the warrant for the issue of a new writ for the election of a member of the House of Commons and nomination for one electoral district only.

Samuel Jacobs 9
1919-11-10 An Act to amend the Adulteration Act (respecting Bran and Shorts or Middling)
4, 10 GEO V, 1919

To  prevent the adulteraton of bran and shorts or middlings.

Donald Sutherland 7
2nd Session (1919-02-20 - 1919-07-07) — 1 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1919-04-03 An Act to amend the Representation Act, 1914
6, 10 GEO V, 1919

A name change of constituency from the "Electoral District of Westminster District" to the "Electoral District of Fraser Valley".

Frank Stacey 2

12th Parliament (1911-11-15 - 1917-10-06) — 5 bills

7th Session (1917-01-18 - 1917-09-20) — 1 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1917-09-20 An Act concerning the payment of salaries or wages of employees of railway companies and to otherwise amend the Railway Act
37, 7-8, 10 GEO V, 1917

To pay about the end of the month wages earnes by railway employees between the 1st and the 15th of any month.

Gideon Robertson D (103)
6th Session (1916-01-12 - 1916-05-18) — 1 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1916-05-18 An Act to amend the Canada Shipping Act
12, 6-7 GEO V, 1916

To enable captains with coasting certificates to navigate their ships further south than 5 degrees north latitude, which is as far south as the law at present permits them to go.

John Sinclair 21
2nd Session (1912-11-21 - 1913-06-06) — 1 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1913-06-06 An Act to amend the Government Railways Small Claims Act
20, 3-4 GEO V, 1913

To provide that the county courts, or the courts that have jurisdiction in such provinces as do not have county courts, shall have jurisdiction up to the extent of $500 instead of $200.

Edward Macdonald 95
1st Session (1911-11-15 - 1912-04-01) — 2 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1912-04-01 An Act to amend the Criminal Code
18, 2 GEO V, 1912

To extend to the harbour and coast waters of British Columbia the provisions already contained in the Criminal Code with regard to fraudulently appropriating timbers.

Henry Stevens 9
1912-03-12 An Act to amend the Juvenile Delinquents Act, 1908
30, 2 GEO V, 1912

To provide that where juvenile courts are established and there are children of other faiths than Roman Catholic or Protestant, the machinery provided by the Act shall be brought into operation as to their protection and care.

Robert Bickerdike 2

11th Parliament (1909-01-20 - 1911-07-29) — 9 bills

3rd Session (1910-11-17 - 1911-07-29) — 2 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1911-05-19 An Act to amend the Canada Medical Act
16, 1-2 GEO V, 1911

To provide that any medical practitioner entitled to practise medicine in any province in Canada may be entitled to practise medicine all over Canada.

Judson Black 15
1911-04-04 An Act to amend the Inspection and Sale Act
15, 1-2 GEO V, 1911

To provide for a standard barrel for the sale of potatoes.

Frank Carvell 9
2nd Session (1909-11-11 - 1910-05-04) — 7 bills
Assented Act Purpose Sponsor Bill
1910-05-04 An Act to amend the Criminal Code respecting injuries to persons due to Motor Vehicles
13, 9-10 EDW VII, 1910

To amend the Criminal Code to include damage done on the highway by a vehicle which was not known at the time the Criminal Code was instituted.

Edward Lewis 13
1910-05-04 An Act to amend the Criminal Code respecting injuries to persons due to Motor Vehicles
11, 9-10 EDW VII, 1910

To make it a specific offence for a chauffeur, or any one else other than the owner of an automobile, to use the automobile without the consent or permission of the owner.

Lloyd Harris 75
1910-05-04 An Act to amend the Winding-up Act
62, 9-10 Edw VII, 1910

To provide that appeals from a single judge may go to the new Court of  Appeals in Manitoba instead of to the Court of King's Bench en ban as formerly constituted.

Arthur Meighen 65
1910-05-04 An Act to amend the Criminal Code
12, 9-10 EDW VII, 1910

To meet the circumstance that very valuable ore, in some case nearly pure silver, has been carried away from mines at Cobalt, and sold at what are commonly known as 'blind pigs,' where it passes in exchange for drinks. It is sold to parties who make a business of it. The object of this Bill is primarily to put these receivers out of business.

George Gordon 85
1910-05-04 An Act to amend the Criminal Code
10, 9-10 EDW VII, 1910

To amend sections 226, 227 and 235 of the Code with a view to suppressing and preventing, as far as possible, not the betting but the business of betting and gambling upon race tracks.

Henry Miller 6
1910-05-04 An Act to correct an error in The Telegraphs Act
56, 9-10 EDW VII, 1910

To correct an error in the statutes at the time of the coming into force of the Revised Statutes.

Frédéric Béique 000 (234)
1910-04-08 An Act to amend the Exchequer Court Act
19, 9-10 EDW VII, 1910

To amend one of the provisions of the Exchequer Court Act by which a remedy is created in favour of the subject for injury to the person or to property being the result of negligence of an officer of the Crown on a public work.

Napoléon Belcourt C (59)