Séance du matin et
de l'après-midi - jour de session 208
Mr. McMeekin moved,
M. McMeekin propose,
That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should commit to the promotion, development and support of the co-operative model of business as one that should be replicated to provide
stronger communities, increased social responsibility and continued economic growth, and
That, the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade commit to investigating the establishment of a Co-operative Secretariat to support the co-operative model of business.
A debate arising, at 11:00 a.m., further proceedings were reserved until 12:00 noon.
À 11 h, la suite du débat est réservée jusqu'à midi.
Mr. Milloy then moved,
Ensuite, M. Milloy propose,
That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario:
Recognize the safety benefits of wearing an approved helmet by those using bicycles, in-line skates, skateboards, scooters and similar devices;
Acknowledge that the original intent of legislative changes made by this Legislature to Ontario's Highway Traffic Act in 1993 was that all cyclists should wear an approved helmet regardless of
Make helmet use mandatory for all cyclists in Ontario by repealing the regulation which exempts cyclists over the age of 18 from these legislative changes;
Explore legislative measures to make helmet use mandatory for those using other muscular-powered devices such as in-line skates, skateboards and scooters;
Take into account those who cannot wear a helmet because to do so would interfere with his or her religious beliefs or practices;
Instruct the Ministry of Health Promotion, in conjunction with the Ministry of Transportation and other relevant Ministries and stakeholders to develop a comprehensive education and safety campaign
aimed at encouraging helmet use by those using bicycles, in-line skates, skateboards, scooters and similar devices;
Ensure any safety campaign also address broader safety issues related to bicycles, in-line skates, skateboards, scooters and similar devices including the role and responsibility of communities in
ensuring the safety of all those using such devices as well as the special responsibility of motorists to ensure the safety of cyclists and others on our roadways.
The question having been put on Mr. McMeekin's Resolution Number 33, it was carried on the following division:-
La motion, mise aux voix, sur la résolution numéro 33 de M. McMeekin est adoptée par le vote suivant:-
AYES / POUR - 40
NAYS / CONTRE - 0
The question having been put on Mr. Milloy's Resolution Number 34, it was declared carried.
La motion, mise aux voix, sur la résolution numéro 34 de M. Milloy est déclarée adoptée.
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The Speaker addressed the House as follows:-
I beg to inform the House that I have laid upon the Table the 2005 Annual Report of the Chief Election Officer of Ontario (Sessional Paper No. 339).
The Speaker addressed the House as follows:-
I beg to inform the House that, pursuant to Standing Order 69(c), the House Leader of the Third Party, the Member for Niagara Centre, has filed with the Clerk a reasoned amendment to the motion for
Second Reading of Bill 173, An Act to amend the Legislative Assembly Act, the MPPs Pension Act, 1996 and the Executive Council Act.
The Order for Second Reading of Bill 173 may therefore not be called today.
With unanimous consent, on motion by Mr. Bradley,
Avec le consentement unanime, sur la motion de M. Bradley,
Ordered, That the following committee be authorized to meet during the winter adjournment:-
Standing Committee on Social Policy for the purpose of public hearings and clause-by-clause consideration of Bill 140, An Act respecting long-term care homes, on January 16, 17, 22, 23, 24, 30 and 31,
2007 as outlined in the subcommittee report.
Petition relating to OHIP coverage for all forms of Macular Degeneration (Sessional Paper No. P-16)
Petition relating to endorsing the Frederick Banting Homestead Preservation Act (Sessional Paper No. P-95) Mr. Wilson.
Petition relating to faith-based schools in Ontario (Sessional Paper No. P-151) Mr. Klees.
Petition relating to considering an immediate, temporary gas price freeze and fair transparent gasoline pricing by supporting the previous Member's Bills while international gas prices stabilize
(Sessional Paper No. P-208) Mr. Ouellette.
Petition relating to supporting the Ombudsman having the power to probe decisions and investigate complaints concerning the Children's Aid Societies (Sessional Paper No. P-211) Ms. Horwath.
Petition relating to enacting measures to protect homeowners from having their homes stolen as contained in Bill 136, Restore The Deed Act (Sessional Paper No. P-251) Mr. Tascona.
Petition relating to ensuring that the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board continues with plans to build a new Grade 7 to 12 school to serve the Longfields and Davidson Heights communities (Sessional
Paper No. P-254) Ms. MacLeod.
Petition relating to ensuring that new provincial monies received by the TTC go towards addressing transit shortcomings in Scarborough (Sessional Paper No. P-270) Mr. Berardinetti.
Petition relating to passing Bill 131 that would create a Peace Officers' Memorial Day in Ontario (Sessional Paper No. P-271) Mr. Levac.
Petition relating to returning the "cost to operator" provision thereby guaranteeing affordable access to medication for all patients (Sessional Paper No. P-272) Mr. Miller.
ORDERS OF THE DAY
ORDRE DU JOUR
Debate was resumed on the motion for Second Reading of Bill 155, An Act to provide for a referendum on Ontario's electoral system.
Le débat reprend sur la motion portant deuxième lecture du projet de loi 155, Loi prévoyant un référendum sur le système électoral de l'Ontario.
After some time, there being no further debate, the question having been put, the Acting Speaker (Mr. Tascona) declared his opinion that the Ayes had it, and a recorded vote having been
Après quelque temps, comme il n'y a plus de débat, la motion mise aux voix, le président par intérim, M. Arnott déclare qu'à son avis les voix favorables l'emportent et un
vote par appel nominal ayant été demandé,
The Acting Speaker directed that the Members be called in, for which purpose the division bells were rung.
Le Président par intérim donne des directives pour convoquer les députés et la sonnerie d'appel se fait entendre.
During the ringing of the bells, the Acting Speaker addressed the House as follows:-
Pendant la sonnerie d'appel, le Président par intérim s'adresse à l'Assemblée en ces mots:-
I have received a request from the Chief Government Whip, under Standing Order 28 (h), that the vote on the motion for Second Reading of 155, An Act to provide for a referendum on Ontario's electoral
system, be deferred until Monday, December 18, 2006.
J'ai reçu une requête du Whip en chef du gouvernement, conformément à l'article 28 h) du Règlement, que le vote sur la motion portant troisième lecture du projet de loi
155, Loi prévoyant un référendum sur le système électoral de l'Ontario, soit différé jusqu'au lundi 18 décembre 2006.
Therefore the vote is accordingly deferred.
En conséquence, le vote est différé.
Mr. Bryant moved, That the House do now adjourn.
M. Bryant propose que l'Assemblée ajourne les débats maintenant.
The question, having been put on the motion, was declared carried.
Cette motion, mise aux voix, est déclarée adoptée.
The House then adjourned at 3:40 p.m.
À 15 h 40, la chambre a ensuite ajourné ses travaux.
PETITIONS TABLED PURSUANT TO STANDING ORDER 38(A)
Petition relating to finding a constructive resolution to the funding disagreement of Regency Manor, Port Hope (Sessional Paper No. P-273) Mr. Rinaldi.
SESSIONAL PAPERS PRESENTED PURSUANT TO STANDING ORDER 39(a)
DOCUMENTS PARLEMENTAIRES DÉPOSÉS CONFORMÉMENT À L'ARTICLE 39 a) DU RÈGLEMENT
QUESTIONS ANSWERED (SEE SESSIONAL PAPER NO. 5):-
Final Answers to Question Numbers: 293, 320 to 326 inclusive.