38th Parliament, 1st Session

No. 120

No 120

Votes and Proceedings


Legislative Assembly
of Ontario

Assemblée législative
de l'Ontario

March 30, 2005

Daytime Meeting - Sessional Day 174

30 mars 2005

Séance de l'après-midi - jour de session 174

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 March 30, 2005 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. 390).



With unanimous consent, the following motion was moved without notice:-

Avec le consentement unanime, la motion suivante est proposée sans préavis:-

On motion by Mr. Duncan,

Sur la motion de M. Duncan,

Ordered, That notwithstanding Standing Order 96(g), the requirement for notice be waived with respect to ballot item number 56.



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

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

Petition relating to ensuring that the Banting Homestead is kept in good repair and preserved (Sessional Paper No. P-189) Mr. Wilson.

Petition relating to keeping open Huronia Regional Centre, home to people with developmental disabilities (Sessional Paper No. P-227) Mr. Dunlop.

Petition relating to consulting with farmers to develop a long-term strategy to ensure the viability of agriculture in Ontario (Sessional Paper No. P-243) Ms. Scott.

Petition relating to amalgamating the five separate Community Care Access Centres in Toronto (Sessional Paper No. P-256) Mr. Berardinetti.

Petition relating to keeping the Southwestern Regional Centre open (Sessional Paper No. P-257) Mr. Craitor.

Petition relating to keeping the Rideau Regional Centre open (Sessional Paper No. P-258) Ms. Martel.

Petition relating to amending the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act (Sessional Paper No. P-259) Mr. Mauro.

Petition relating to consulting with Ontario's farmers to develop a long-term strategy and short-term solutions (Sessional Paper No. P-260) Mr. O'Toole.

Petition relating to re-evaluating and considering the pending law to ban Pit Bulls (Sessional Paper No. P-261) Mr. O'Toole.

Petition relating to increasing funding to Ontario colleges in the 2005 Budget (Sessional Paper No. P-262) Mr. Wilkinson.



Debate was resumed on the motion for Second Reading of Bill 144, An Act to amend certain statutes relating to labour relations.

Le débat reprend sur la motion portant deuxième lecture du projet de loi 144, Loi modifiant des lois concernant les relations de travail.

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

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

The House then adjourned at 5:55 p.m.

À 17 h 55, la chambre a ensuite ajourné ses travaux.

le président

Alvin Curling


Petitions Tabled Pursuant to Standing Order 38(A)

Petition relating to permitting designated smoking rooms in hospitality establishments (Sessional Paper No. P-229) Ms. Broten.