ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the
Grace of God of the United Kingdom, Canada and Her other Realms
and Territories, Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the
ELIZABETH DEUX, par la
grâce de Dieu, Reine du Royaume-Uni, du Canada et de ses
autres royaumes et territoires, Chef du Commonwealth,
Défenseur de la Foi.
A Proclamation be issued
convening the Second Session of the Thirty-Eighth Parliament of
the Province of Ontario for the actual dispatch of business at
4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, the 11th day of October, 2005.
Qu'une proclamation soit
lancée pour convoquer la deuxième session de la
trente-huitième législature de la province de l'Ontario
en vue d'expédier les affaires parlementaires, à 16
heures, le mardi 11 octobre 2005.
THE HONOURABLE JAMES K.
L'HONORABLE JAMES K.
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR OF OUR
PROVINCE OF ONTARIO
LIEUTENANT-GOUVERNEUR DE NOTRE
PROVINCE DE L'ONTARIO
GIVEN at Toronto, Ontario, on
September 19, 2005.
FAIT à Toronto, en Ontario,
le 19 septembre 2005.
BY COMMAND David
PAR ORDRE David
for Minister of Government
pour ministre des Services
This being the first day of the
Second Session of the Thirty-Eighth Parliament convoked by
Proclamation of the Lieutenant Governor for the despatch of
business, and the members of the House having
His Honour the Lieutenant
Governor entered the Chamber and took his seat upon the
The Government House Leader
"I am commanded by His Honour
the Lieutenant Governor to state that he does not see fit to
declare the causes of the summoning of the present legislature of
this Province until a Speaker of this House shall have been
chosen according to law, but tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. His Honour
will declare the causes of the calling of this
His Honour was then pleased to
The Mace was placed under the
The Clerk of the Legislative
Assembly informed the Members that a vacancy had occurred in the
office of Speaker of the Assembly owing to the resignation of Mr.
Alvin Curling, member for the Electoral District of
The Clerk of the Legislative
Assembly then addressed the Members as follows:-
"Members of the Legislative
Assembly, it is my duty to call upon you to elect one of your
numbers to preside over your deliberations as Speaker, therefore,
I ask for nominations for the Office of the Speaker."
Mr. Crozier moved, seconded by
Ms. Wynne, That Mr. Brown, member for the Electoral District of
Algoma-Manitoulin, do take the Chair of this House as
Mrs. Munro moved, seconded by
Ms. Scott, That Mr. Arnott, member for the Electoral District of
Waterloo-Wellington, do take the Chair of this House as
There being no further
nominations, the Clerk declared the nominations
And the election process having
ensued, after some time, it was,
Resolved, That Mr. Brown do take
the Chair of this House as Speaker.
The Clerk having declared the
Honourable Mike Brown duly elected, he was conducted by Mr.
Crozier and Ms. Wynne to the dais, where, standing on the upper
step of the dais, he returned his humble acknowledgement to the
House for the great honour that had been conferred on him by the
members choosing him to be their Speaker.
The Speaker assumed the Chair
and the Mace was laid upon the Table.
On motion by Mr.
Ordered, That the House adjourn
until 2:30 p.m. tomorrow.
The House then adjourned at 4:39
À 16 h 39, la chambre a
ensuite ajourné ses travaux.