38th Parliament, 1st Session

No. 71

No 71

Votes and Proceedings


Legislative Assembly
of Ontario

Assemblée législative
de l'Ontario

October 13, 2004

Daytime Meeting - Sessional Day 102

13 octobre 2004

Séance de l'après-midi - jour de session 102

1st Session,
38th Parliament

1re session
38e législature

1:30 P.M.

13 H 30

The Speaker addressed the House as follows:-

I beg to inform the House that today the Clerk received the Report on Intended Appointments dated October 13, 2004 of the Standing Committee on Government Agencies. Pursuant to Standing Order 106(e)(9), the Report is deemed to be adopted by the House (Sessional Paper No. 269).



The following Bills were introduced and read the first time:-

Les projets de loi suivants sont présentés et lus une première fois :-

Bill 121, An Act to amend the Legislative Assembly Act. Mr. O'Toole.

Projet de loi 121, Loi modifiant la Loi sur l'Assemblée législative. M. O'Toole.

Bill 122, An Act to amend the Corporations Tax Act to provide that fines and penalties are not deductible. Ms. Churley.

Projet de loi 122, Loi modifiant la Loi sur l'imposition des corporations afin de prévoir que les amendes et pénalités ne sont pas déductibles. Mme Churley.

Bill 123, An Act to require that meetings of provincial and municipal boards, commissions and other public bodies be open to the public. Ms. Di Cocco.

Projet de loi 123, Loi exigeant que les réunions des commissions et conseils provinciaux et municipaux et d'autres organismes publics soient ouvertes au public. Mme DiCocco.



Petition relating to the bill proposing an amendment to The Optometry Act (Sessional Paper No. P-7) Mr. Kormos.

Petition relating to a landfill at site 41 (Sessional Paper No. P-27) Mr. Dunlop.

Petition relating to facilitating the entry of skilled and professional newcomers to Canada into the workforce (Sessional Paper No. P-37) Mr. Delaney.

Petition relating to adopting Bill 44, The Alexander Graham Bell Parkway Act (Sessional Paper No. P-73) Mr. Levac.

Petition relating to protecting senior citizens living in nursing homes and retirement homes in Ontario (Sessional Paper No. P-82) Mr. Levac.

Petition relating to recreational seasonal trailers (Sessional Paper No. P-85) Mr. O'Toole.

Petition relating to OHIP coverage of chiropractic services (Sessional Paper No. P-119) Mr. Brown.

Petitions relating to restoring funding for eye exams, chiropractic and physiotherapy services (Sessional Paper No. P-127) Ms. Martel and Mr. Martiniuk.

Petition relating to clarifying that eye examination services will continue to be covered by OHIP and they are not dependant on referrals by family physicians (Sessional Paper No. P-167) Ms. Martel.

Petition relating to reversing the decision to close the Leslie M. Frost Centre (Sessional Paper No. P-169) Ms. Scott.

Petition relating to conducting a referendum on tax increases (Sessional Paper No. P-170) Mr. Miller.

Petition relating to effluent discharges by the Amherstview Water Pollution Control Plant in Loyalist Township (Sessional Paper No. P-171) Mrs. Van Bommel.

Petition relating to increasing public funding for post-secondary education, reduce tuition fees and reinstate an up-front system of grants for Ontario students (Sessional Paper No. P-172) Ms. Martel.



A debate arose on the motion for Second Reading of Bill 96, An Act to amend the Liquor Licence Act.

Il s'élève un débat sur la motion portant deuxième lecture du projet de loi 96, Loi modifiant la Loi sur les permis d'alcool.

After some time, pursuant to Standing Order 9(a), the motion for adjournment of the debate was deemed to have been made and carried.

Après quelque temps, conformément à l'article 9(a) du Règlement, la motion d'ajournement du débat est réputée avoir été proposée et adoptée.

The House then adjourned at 6:00 p.m.

À 18 h, la chambre a ensuite ajourné ses travaux.

le président

Alvin Curling



Petition relating to resuming negotiations between the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care and the Ontario Association of Optometrists and appointing a mediator (Sessional Paper No. P-118) Mr. Levac.

Petitions relating to OHIP coverage of chiropractic services (Sessional Paper No. P-119) Mr. Berardinetti, Ms. Broten, Mrs. Cansfield and Mr. Levac.

Petition relating to reinstating the Town of Paris as an independent stand alone municipality (Sessional Paper No. P-120) Mr. Levac.

Petition relating to calling on the federal government to inject $3 billion into the Canada Health and Social Transfer for post-secondary education (Sessional Paper No. P-173) Mrs. Cansfield.



Petition relating to a landfill at site 41 (Sessional Paper No. P-27):

(Tabled December 16, 2003) Mr. Dunlop and Mr. O'Toole.

Petition relating to the national child tax benefit supplement (Sessional Paper No. P-30):

(Tabled December 15, 2003) Mr. Bisson.

Petition relating to not eliminating or reducing the provincial drug benefits provided to seniors (Sessional Paper No. P-54):

(Tabled March 31, 2004) Mr. O'Toole.

Petition relating to adopting Bill 44, The Alexander Graham Bell Parkway Act (Sessional Paper No. P-73):

(Tabled April 7 and May 3, 2004) Mr. Levac.

Petition relating to maintaining the Provincial Retail Sales Tax exemption on meals under four dollars (Sessional Paper No. P-88):

(Tabled May 4, 2004) Mr. Murdoch.

Petition relating to providing better access to GO train service on the Milton Line for residents of western Mississauga (Sessional Paper No. P-93):

(Tabled April 27, 29; May 3, 11, 12, 13, 2004) Mr. Delaney.

Petition relating to completing Highway 407 eastward into the Regional Municipality of Durham (Sessional Paper No. P-104):

(Tabled May 4, 2004) Mr. Arthurs.

(Tabled May 4, 2004) Mr. Leal.

(Tabled May 4, 5 and 11, 2004) Mr. O'Toole.