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Feuilleton et Avis

No. 118

Interim

No 118

Intérim

1st Session
42nd Parliament

1re session
42e législature

Monday

October 28, 2019

Lundi

28 octobre 2019

TODAY’S BUSINESS

TRAVAUX DU JOUR

10:30 A.M.
10 H 30
PRAYERS
PRIÈRES
O Canada
Ô Canada

Introduction of Visitors

Présentation des visiteurs

Oral Questions

Questions orales

Deferred Votes

Votes différés

Recess

Pause

1:00 P.M.
13 H

Introduction of Visitors

Présentation des visiteurs

ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS

AFFAIRES COURANTES

Members’ Statements

Déclarations des députés

Reports by Committees

Rapports des comités

Introduction of Bills

Dépôt des projets de loi

Motions

Motions

Statements by the Ministry and Responses

Déclarations ministérielles et réponses

Petitions

Pétitions

ORDERS OF THE DAY

ORDRE DU JOUR

TO BE ANNOUNCED.

ANNONCÉ ULTÉRIEUREMENT.

ORDERS

LEGISLATION

PROJETS DE LOI

Legend

“G” = Government Bill.

“M” = Private Member’s Public Bill.

“D” = Committee Bill.

“Pr” = Private Bill.

Légende

«G» = projet de loi du gouvernement.

«M» = projet de loi d’intérêt public émanant d’un député.

«D» = projet de loi d’un comité.

«Pr» = projet de loi d’intérêt privé.

G1. Second Reading of Bill 1, An Act to perpetuate an ancient parliamentary right. Hon. Mr. Ford. PRINTED.

G1. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 1, Loi visant à perpétuer un ancien droit parlementaire. L’hon. M. Ford. IMPRIMÉ.

M8. Second Reading of Bill 8, An Act to promote transparency and accountability in the funding of health care services in Ontario. Mme Gélinas. PRINTED.

M8. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 8, Loi visant à promouvoir le financement transparent et responsable des services de soins de santé en Ontario. Mme Gélinas. IMPRIMÉ.

M12. Second Reading of Bill 12, An Act to amend the Employment Standards Act, 2000 in respect of leaves of absence. Ms. French. PRINTED.

M12. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 12, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2000 sur les normes d’emploi en ce qui concerne les congés. Mme French. IMPRIMÉ.

M13. Second Reading of Bill 13, An Act to amend the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 to establish a minimum standard of daily care. Ms. Armstrong. PRINTED.

M13. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 13, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2007 sur les foyers de soins de longue durée afin d’établir une norme minimale en matière de soins quotidiens. Mme Armstrong. IMPRIMÉ.

M14. Second Reading of Bill 14, An Act to require the Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks to discharge the responsibilities under subsection 15 (1) of the Ontario Water Resources Act to determine the zebra mussel content of Cana Lake, Canal Bay, Canal Lake, Canard Lake, Canard River, Canary Lake, Cancer Lake, Candide Creek, Candide Lake, Candler Lake, Candybar Creek, Candybar Lake, Candy Creek, Cane Lake, Canisbay Creek, Canisbay Lake, Canis Lake, Canister Creek, Canister Lake, Can Lake, Canna Creek, Canna Lake, Cannard’s Bay, Canniff Creek, Canniff Lake, Canning Lake, Cannings Falls, Cannon Creek, Cannon Lake, Canoe Bay, Canoe Bay Channel, Canoe Channel, Canoe Creek and Canoe Lake. Mr. Bisson. PRINTED.

M14. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 14, Loi visant à exiger que le ministre de l’Environnement, de la Protection de la nature et des Parcs assume ses responsabilités en application du paragraphe 15 (1) de la Loi sur les ressources en eau de l’Ontario pour établir la quantité de moules zébrées dans les cours d’eau suivants : Cana Lake, Canal Bay, Canal Lake, Canard Lake, Canard River, Canary Lake, Cancer Lake, Candide Creek, Candide Lake, Candler Lake, Candybar Creek, Candybar Lake, Candy Creek, Cane Lake, Canisbay Creek, Canisbay Lake, Canis Lake, Canister Creek, Canister Lake, Can Lake, Canna Creek, Canna Lake, Cannard’s Bay, Canniff Creek, Canniff Lake, Canning Lake, Cannings Falls, Cannon Creek, Cannon Lake, Canoe Bay, Canoe Bay Channel, Canoe Channel, Canoe Creek et Canoe Lake. M. Bisson. IMPRIMÉ.

M15. Second Reading of Bill 15, An Act to require the Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks to discharge the responsibilities under subsection 15 (1) of the Ontario Water Resources Act to determine the zebra mussel content of Carcass Lake, Card Bay, Carder Lake, Cardiff Creek, Cardiff Lake, Cardinal Creek, Cardinalis Lake, Cardinal Lake, Card Lake, Cards Lake, Cardwell Lake, Carew Lake, Carey Creek, Carey Lake, Carfrae Lake, Cargill Lake, Cargill Mill Pond, Carhess Creek, Cariad Lake, Carib Creek, Carib Lake, Cariboo Creek, Cariboo Lake, Caribou Bay, Caribou Creek, Caribou Lake, Caribou Rapids, Caribou River, Caribou Throat Lake, Caribus Lake, Carillon Rapids, Carkner Lake, Car Lake, Carl Bay, Carlbom Lake, Carl Creek, Carleton Lake, Carling Bay, Carling Lake, Carl Lake, Carlo Lake, Carlson Lake, Carlstead Bay, Carlton Lake, Carlyle Lake, Carman Bay, Carman Creek, Carman Lake, Carrnichael Lake, Carnachan Bay, Carnahan Lake, Carney Creek, Carney Lake and Carnilac Lake. Mr. Bisson. PRINTED.

M15. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 15, Loi visant à exiger que le ministre de l’Environnement, de la Protection de la nature et des Parcs assume ses responsabilités en application du paragraphe 15 (1) de la Loi sur les ressources en eau de l’Ontario pour établir la quantité de moules zébrées dans les cours d’eau suivants : Carcass Lake, Card Bay, Carder Lake, Cardiff Creek, Cardiff Lake, Cardinal Creek, Cardinalis Lake, Cardinal Lake, Card Lake, Cards Lake, Cardwell Lake, Carew Lake, Carey Creek, Carey Lake, Carfrae Lake, Cargill Lake, Cargill Mill Pond, Carhess Creek, Cariad Lake, Carib Creek, Carib Lake, Cariboo Creek, Cariboo Lake, Caribou Bay, Caribou Creek, Caribou Lake, Caribou Rapids, Caribou River, Caribou Throat Lake, Caribus Lake, Carillon Rapids, Carkner Lake, Car Lake, Carl Bay, Carlbom Lake, Carl Creek, Carleton Lake, Carling Bay, Carling Lake, Carl Lake, Carlo Lake, Carlson Lake, Carlstead Bay, Carlton Lake, Carlyle Lake, Carman Bay, Carman Creek, Carman Lake, Carrnichael Lake, Carnachan Bay, Carnahan Lake, Carney Creek, Carney Lake et Carnilac Lake. M. Bisson. IMPRIMÉ.

M16. Second Reading of Bill 16, An Act to require the Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks to discharge the responsibilities under subsection 15 (1) of the Ontario Water Resources Act to determine the zebra mussel content of Caro Lake, Caroline Lake, Carol Lake, Carolyn Creek, Caron Creek, Caron Lake, Carpenter Lake, Carpenter River, Carpet Lake, Carp Lake, Carp River, Carre Lake, Carrick Creek, Carrick Lake, Carrie Lake, Carrie Lake, Carriere Lake, Carrigan Lake, Carrington Lake, Carroll Creek, Carroll Lake, Carroll Wood Bay, Carrot Lake, Carruthers Lake, Carrying Lake, Carry Lake, Carscallen Lake, Carson Bay, Carson Creek, Carson Lake, Carss Creek, Carstens Lake, Carswell Lake, Cartan Lake, Carter Bay, Carter Lake, Carter Rapids, Carthew Bay, Cartier Lake, Cartier Creek, Cart Lake, Cartwrights Creek, Carty Creek, Carty Lake, Carver Lake, Cascade Falls, Cascade Lake, Cascaden Lake, Cascade Rapids, Cascade River, Cascanette Lake, Case River, Casey Creek and Casey Lake. Mr. Bisson. PRINTED.

M16. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 16, Loi visant à exiger que le ministre de l’Environnement, de la Protection de la nature et des Parcs assume ses responsabilités en application du paragraphe 15 (1) de la Loi sur les ressources en eau de l’Ontario pour établir la quantité de moules zébrées dans les cours d’eau suivants : Caro Lake, Caroline Lake, Carol Lake, Carolyn Creek, Caron Creek, Caron Lake, Carpenter Lake, Carpenter River, Carpet Lake, Carp Lake, Carp River, Carre Lake, Carrick Creek, Carrick Lake, Carrie Lake, Carrie Lake, Carriere Lake, Carrigan Lake, Carrington Lake, Carroll Creek, Carroll Lake, Carroll Wood Bay, Carrot Lake, Carruthers Lake, Carrying Lake, Carry Lake, Carscallen Lake, Carson Bay, Carson Creek, Carson Lake, Carss Creek, Carstens Lake, Carswell Lake, Cartan Lake, Carter Bay, Carter Lake, Carter Rapids, Carthew Bay, Cartier Lake, Cartier Creek, Cart Lake, Cartwrights Creek, Carty Creek, Carty Lake, Carver Lake, Cascade Falls, Cascade Lake, Cascaden Lake, Cascade Rapids, Cascade River, Cascanette Lake, Case River, Casey Creek et Casey Lake. M. Bisson. IMPRIMÉ.

M17. Second Reading of Bill 17, An Act to require the Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks to discharge the responsibilities under subsection 15 (1) of the Ontario Water Resources Act to determine the zebra mussel content of Casgrain Creek, Casgrain Lake, Cash Creek, Cashel Lake, Cashman Creek, Cashore Creek, Casino Lake, Caskie Bay, Caskill Lake, Cask Lake, Casper Lake, Casque Lake, Cassdaga Lake, Casselman’s Lake and Casselman’s Creek, Cassels Lake, Cassidy Bay, Cassidy Creek, Cassidy Lake, Cassidys Bay, Cass Lake, Casson Lake, Castellar Creek, Castellar Lake, Castlebar Creek, Castlebar Lake, Castle Bay, Castle Creek, Castle Lake, Castleman Lake, Castlewood Creek, Castlewood Lake, Castor Creek, Castor Lake, Castoroil Lake, Castor Ponds, Castor River, Castra Lake, Casurnmit Lake, Caswell Bay, Casvell Lake, Cataract Falls, Cataract Lake, Cataraqui Bay and Cataraqui River. Mr. Bisson. PRINTED.

M17. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 17, Loi visant à exiger que le ministre de l’Environnement, de la Protection de la nature et des Parcs assume ses responsabilités en application du paragraphe 15 (1) de la Loi sur les ressources en eau de l’Ontario pour établir la quantité de moules zébrées dans les cours d’eau suivants : Casgrain Creek, Casgrain Lake, Cash Creek, Cashel Lake, Cashman Creek, Cashore Creek, Casino Lake, Caskie Bay, Caskill Lake, Cask Lake, Casper Lake, Casque Lake, Cassdaga Lake, Casselman’s Lake and Casselman’s Creek, Cassels Lake, Cassidy Bay, Cassidy Creek, Cassidy Lake, Cassidys Bay, Cass Lake, Casson Lake, Castellar Creek, Castellar Lake, Castlebar Creek, Castlebar Lake, Castle Bay, Castle Creek, Castle Lake, Castleman Lake, Castlewood Creek, Castlewood Lake, Castor Creek, Castor Lake, Castoroil Lake, Castor Ponds, Castor River, Castra Lake, Casurnmit Lake, Caswell Bay, Casvell Lake, Cataract Falls, Cataract Lake, Cataraqui Bay et Cataraqui River. M. Bisson. IMPRIMÉ.

M18. Second Reading of Bill 18, An Act to require the Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks to discharge the responsibilities under subsection 15 (1) of the Ontario Water Resources Act to determine the zebra mussel content of Catastrophe Creek, Catastrophe Lake, Catawba Lake, Cat Bay, Catchacoma Lake, Catcher Lake, Cat Creek, Caterpillar Lake, Cat Falls, Catfish Bay, Catfish Creek, Catfish Lake, Catfish Rapids, Catharine Lake, Cathro Lake, Cathy’s Lake, Catlonite Creek, Catlonite Lake, Cat River, Cat Tail River, Cattral Lake, Cauchon Creek, Cauchon Lake, Caulfield Lake, Cauley Lake, Cauliflower Creek, Cauliflower Lake, Caulkin Lake, Caution Lake, Cavalary Creek, Cavalary Lake, Cavanagh Lake, Cavan Creek, Cavano Lake, Cave Harbour, Cave Lake, Cavell Creek, Cavell Lake, Cavendish Lake, Caverly’s Bay, Cavern Creek, Cavern Lake, Cavers Bay, Cavern Creek, Cavern Lake, Cavers Creek, Cavers Lake, Caviar Lake, Cawanogami Lake, Cawdron Creek, Cawdron Lake, Cawing Lake, Cawston Lakes, Cawthra Creek, Caya’s Lake and Cayer Creek. Mr. Bisson. PRINTED.

M18. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 18, Loi visant à exiger que le ministre de l’Environnement, de la Protection de la nature et des Parcs assume ses responsabilités en application du paragraphe 15 (1) de la Loi sur les ressources en eau de l’Ontario pour établir la quantité de moules zébrées dans les cours d’eau suivants : Catastrophe Creek, Catastrophe Lake, Catawba Lake, Cat Bay, Catchacoma Lake, Catcher Lake, Cat Creek, Caterpillar Lake, Cat Falls, Catfish Bay, Catfish Creek, Catfish Lake, Catfish Rapids, Catharine Lake, Cathro Lake, Cathy’s Lake, Catlonite Creek, Catlonite Lake, Cat River, Cat Tail River, Cattral Lake, Cauchon Creek, Cauchon Lake, Caulfield Lake, Cauley Lake, Cauliflower Creek, Cauliflower Lake, Caulkin Lake, Caution Lake, Cavalary Creek, Cavalary Lake, Cavanagh Lake, Cavan Creek, Cavano Lake, Cave Harbour, Cave Lake, Cavell Creek, Cavell Lake, Cavendish Lake, Caverly’s Bay, Cavern Creek, Cavern Lake, Cavers Bay, Cavern Creek, Cavern Lake, Cavers Creek, Cavers Lake, Caviar Lake, Cawanogami Lake, Cawdron Creek, Cawdron Lake, Cawing Lake, Cawston Lakes, Cawthra Creek, Caya’s Lake et Cayer Creek. M. Bisson. IMPRIMÉ.

M19. Second Reading of Bill 19, An Act to require the Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks to discharge the responsibilities under subsection 15 (1) of the Ontario Water Resources Act to determine the zebra mussel content of Cayer Lake, Cayiens Creek, Caysee Lake, Cayuga Creek, Cayuga Lake, Cebush Lake, Cecebe Lake, Cecil Creek, Cecile Lake, Cedar Bay, Cedarbough Lake, Cedarclump Lake, Cedar Creek, Cedar Falls, Cedargum Lake, Cedar Harbour, Cedar Lake, Cedar Rapids, Cedar River, Cedarskirt Lake, Cedric Lake, Cee Creek, Ceepee Lake, Celastruc Lake, Cellist Lake, Celt Creek, Celtis Lake, Celt Lake, Cemetery Creek, Cemetery Lake, Centennial Lake, Centralis Creek, Centralis Lake, Central Lake, Centre Channel, Centre Creek, Centre Falls, Centrefire Creek, Centrefire Lake, Centre Lake, Centreville Creek, Ceph Lake, Ceres Lake, Cerulean Lake, Cerullo Lake, Chabbie Lake, Chabbie River, Chabot Lake, Chadwick Lake, Chagma Lake, Chagnon Lake and Chaillon Lake. Mr. Bisson. PRINTED.

M19. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 19, Loi visant à exiger que le ministre de l’Environnement, de la Protection de la nature et des Parcs assume ses responsabilités en application du paragraphe 15 (1) de la Loi sur les ressources en eau de l’Ontario pour établir la quantité de moules zébrées dans les cours d’eau suivants : Cayer Lake, Cayiens Creek, Caysee Lake, Cayuga Creek, Cayuga Lake, Cebush Lake, Cecebe Lake, Cecil Creek, Cecile Lake, Cedar Bay, Cedarbough Lake, Cedarclump Lake, Cedar Creek, Cedar Falls, Cedargum Lake, Cedar Harbour, Cedar Lake, Cedar Rapids, Cedar River, Cedarskirt Lake, Cedric Lake, Cee Creek, Ceepee Lake, Celastruc Lake, Cellist Lake, Celt Creek, Celtis Lake, Celt Lake, Cemetery Creek, Cemetery Lake, Centennial Lake, Centralis Creek, Centralis Lake, Central Lake, Centre Channel, Centre Creek, Centre Falls, Centrefire Creek, Centrefire Lake, Centre Lake, Centreville Creek, Ceph Lake, Ceres Lake, Cerulean Lake, Cerullo Lake, Chabbie Lake, Chabbie River, Chabot Lake, Chadwick Lake, Chagma Lake, Chagnon Lake et Chaillon Lake. M. Bisson. IMPRIMÉ.

M20. Second Reading of Bill 20, An Act to require the Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks to discharge the responsibilities under subsection 15 (1) of the Ontario Water Resources Act to determine the zebra mussel content of Grant Point Harbour, Grants Creek, Grants Creek Bay, Gosselin Creek, Gosselin Lake, Gosselin’s Bay, Goss Lake, Goudreau Creek, Goudreau Lake, Goudy Creek, Goudy Lake, Gough Creek, Gough Lake, Gouinlock Lake, Gouin Lake, Goulais Bay, Goulais Lake, Goulais River, Gould Creek, Goulding Lake, Goulet Bay, Goulet Creek, Goulet Lake, Gourd Lake, Gourlay Lake, Gourlie Creek, Govan Lake, Gove Lake, Gover Lake, Government Bay, Government Creek, Government Lake, Governor Bay, Gowan Creek, Gowan Lake, Gowar Bay, Goward Lake, Gowganda Bay, Gowganda Lake, Gowie Bay, Grabers Lake, Grab Lake, Grace Bay, Grace Creek, Graceful Lake, Grace Lake, Gracie Lake, Grady Lake, Graff Lake, Goose Lake, Goose Neck Bay, Gooseneck Creek, Gooseneck Lake, Gooseneck Rapids, Goose Pond, Goose River, Gord Lake, Gordon Bay, Gordon Creek, Gordon Lake, Gordon Rapids, Gordons Bay and Gordons Creek. Mr. Bisson. PRINTED.

M20. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 20, Loi visant à exiger que le ministre de l’Environnement, de la Protection de la nature et des Parcs assume ses responsabilités en application du paragraphe 15 (1) de la Loi sur les ressources en eau de l’Ontario pour établir la quantité de moules zébrées dans les cours d’eau suivants : Grant Point Harbour, Grants Creek, Grants Creek Bay, Gosselin Creek, Gosselin Lake, Gosselin’s Bay, Goss Lake, Goudreau Creek, Goudreau Lake, Goudy Creek, Goudy Lake, Gough Creek, Gough Lake, Gouinlock Lake, Gouin Lake, Goulais Bay, Goulais Lake, Goulais River, Gould Creek, Goulding Lake, Goulet Bay, Goulet Creek, Goulet Lake, Gourd Lake, Gourlay Lake, Gourlie Creek, Govan Lake, Gove Lake, Gover Lake, Government Bay, Government Creek, Government Lake, Governor Bay, Gowan Creek, Gowan Lake, Gowar Bay, Goward Lake, Gowganda Bay, Gowganda Lake, Gowie Bay, Grabers Lake, Grab Lake, Grace Bay, Grace Creek, Graceful Lake, Grace Lake, Gracie Lake, Grady Lake, Graff Lake, Goose Lake, Goose Neck Bay, Gooseneck Creek, Gooseneck Lake, Gooseneck Rapids, Goose Pond, Goose River, Gord Lake, Gordon Bay, Gordon Creek, Gordon Lake, Gordon Rapids, Gordons Bay et Gordons Creek. M. Bisson. IMPRIMÉ.

M21. Second Reading of Bill 21, An Act to require the Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks to discharge the responsibilities under subsection 15 (1) of the Ontario Water Resources Act to determine the zebra mussel content of Gore Bay, Gorge Creek, Gorge Creek Falls, Gorge Lake, Gorman Creek, Gorman Lake, Gorrnan River, Gormans Creek, Gormire Lake, Gormley Creek, Gornupkagama Lake, Gorrie Lake, Gorr Lakes, Gorse Creek, Gorse Lake, Gort Creek, Gort Lake, Goshawk Lake, Goshen Lake, Gosling Lake, Goldie Lake, Goldie River, Goldilocks Lake, Golding Lake, Gold Lake, Gold Mountain Lake, Goldsborough Creek, Goldsborough Lake, Gold Seekers Bay, Goldsmith Lake, Goldspink Lake, Goldstein Lake, Goldthrope Lake, Goldwin Creek, Goldwin Lake, Golf Course Bay, Golf Lake, Goltz Lake, Golub Lake, Gong Creek, Gong Lake, Gooch Creek, Gooch Lake, Goodchild Creek, Goodchild Lake, Goode Lake, Goodens Creek, Gooderham Creek, Gooderham Lake, Goodeve Lake, Goodfish Lake, Good Fortune Lake, Good Harbour, Goodie Creek, Goodie Lake, Goodier Lake, Goodkey Creek and Goodlad Lake. Mr. Bisson. PRINTED.

M21. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 21, Loi visant à exiger que le ministre de l’Environnement, de la Protection de la nature et des Parcs assume ses responsabilités en application du paragraphe 15 (1) de la Loi sur les ressources en eau de l’Ontario pour établir la quantité de moules zébrées dans les cours d’eau suivants : Gore Bay, Gorge Creek, Gorge Creek Falls, Gorge Lake, Gorman Creek, Gorman Lake, Gorrnan River, Gormans Creek, Gormire Lake, Gormley Creek, Gornupkagama Lake, Gorrie Lake, Gorr Lakes, Gorse Creek, Gorse Lake, Gort Creek, Gort Lake, Goshawk Lake, Goshen Lake, Gosling Lake, Goldie Lake, Goldie River, Goldilocks Lake, Golding Lake, Gold Lake, Gold Mountain Lake, Goldsborough Creek, Goldsborough Lake, Gold Seekers Bay, Goldsmith Lake, Goldspink Lake, Goldstein Lake, Goldthrope Lake, Goldwin Creek, Goldwin Lake, Golf Course Bay, Golf Lake, Goltz Lake, Golub Lake, Gong Creek, Gong Lake, Gooch Creek, Gooch Lake, Goodchild Creek, Goodchild Lake, Goode Lake, Goodens Creek, Gooderham Creek, Gooderham Lake, Goodeve Lake, Goodfish Lake, Good Fortune Lake, Good Harbour, Goodie Creek, Goodie Lake, Goodier Lake, Goodkey Creek et Goodlad Lake. M. Bisson. IMPRIMÉ.

M22. Second Reading of Bill 22, An Act to require the Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks to discharge the responsibilities under subsection 15 (1) of the Ontario Water Resources Act to determine the zebra mussel content of Chain Creek, Chain Lake, Chain Lakes, The Chain of Lakes, Chainy Creek, Chainy Lake, Chair Lake; Chalet Creek, Chalet Lake, Chalice Lake, Chalk Bay, Chalk Creek, Chalkend Lake, Chalk Lake, Chalk River, Challener Lake, Challener River, Challis Lake, Chalmers Lake, Chamandy Lake, Chamberlain Lake, Chamber Lake, Chambers Lake, Champagne Lake, Champlain Creek, Champlain Trail Lakes, Chance Lake, Chancellor Lake, Chandos Lake, Change Lake, Chanley Lake, Channel Lake, Channel Lakes; Green River, Greenrod Lake, Greens Bay, Green’s Creek, Greenshields Lake, Greenshore Lake, Greensides Lake, Greens Lake, Greenstone Rapids, Greensward Lake, Green Tree Lake, Greenwater Creek, Greenwater Lake, Greenwich Creek, Greenwich Lake, Greenwood Lake and Greenwood River. Mr. Bisson. PRINTED.

M22. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 22, Loi visant à exiger que le ministre de l’Environnement, de la Protection de la nature et des Parcs assume ses responsabilités en application du paragraphe 15 (1) de la Loi sur les ressources en eau de l’Ontario pour établir la quantité de moules zébrées dans les cours d’eau suivants : Chain Creek, Chain Lake, Chain Lakes, The Chain of Lakes, Chainy Creek, Chainy Lake, Chair Lake; Chalet Creek, Chalet Lake, Chalice Lake, Chalk Bay, Chalk Creek, Chalkend Lake, Chalk Lake, Chalk River, Challener Lake, Challener River, Challis Lake, Chalmers Lake, Chamandy Lake, Chamberlain Lake, Chamber Lake, Chambers Lake, Champagne Lake, Champlain Creek, Champlain Trail Lakes, Chance Lake, Chancellor Lake, Chandos Lake, Change Lake, Chanley Lake, Channel Lake, Channel Lakes; Green River, Greenrod Lake, Greens Bay, Green’s Creek, Greenshields Lake, Greenshore Lake, Greensides Lake, Greens Lake, Greenstone Rapids, Greensward Lake, Green Tree Lake, Greenwater Creek, Greenwater Lake, Greenwich Creek, Greenwich Lake, Greenwood Lake et Greenwood River. M. Bisson. IMPRIMÉ.

M23. Second Reading of Bill 23, An Act to require the Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks to discharge the responsibilities under subsection 15 (1) of the Ontario Water Resources Act to determine the zebra mussel content of Greer Creek, Greer Lake, Greers Bay, Greggio Lake, Greggs Lake, Gregory Bay, Gregory Creek, Gregory Lake, Grehan Lake, Greig Lake, Gremm Lake, Grenadier Creek, Grenadier Lake, Grenadier Pond, Grenfell Lake, Grenier Lake, Grenville Lake, Greske Lake, Greta Lake, Gretchel Creek, Gretchel Lake, Gretel Creek, Gretel Lake, Grew Lake, Grew River, Grey Duck Lake, Grey Lake, Grelava Lake, Grey Owl Bay, Grey Owl Lake, Green Creek, Greengrass Lake, Greenheart Creek, Greenheart Lake, Greenhedge Lake, Greenhill Lake, Greenhill Rapids, Greenhill River, Greenhorn Bay, Greenhue Lake, Greening Lake, Greening’s Bay, Greenish Creek, Greenish Lake, Green Island Bay, Green Island Lake, Green Lake, Green Lakes, Greenland Lake, Greenlaw Lake, Greenleaf Creek, Greenleaf Lake, Greenlee Lake, Greenmantle Lake, Greenmantle River, Greenock Creek, Greenock Lake, Greenough Harbour, Greenpike Lake, Gravel Lake, Gravel Lakes, Gravelly Bay, Gravelpit Lake, Gravel Pit Pond, Gravelridge Lake, Gravel River, Gravenor Lake, Graves Lake, Graveyard Creek and Graveyard Lake. Mr. Bisson. PRINTED.

M23. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 23, Loi visant à exiger que le ministre de l’Environnement, de la Protection de la nature et des Parcs assume ses responsabilités en application du paragraphe 15 (1) de la Loi sur les ressources en eau de l’Ontario pour établir la quantité de moules zébrées dans les cours d’eau suivants : Greer Creek, Greer Lake, Greers Bay, Greggio Lake, Greggs Lake, Gregory Bay, Gregory Creek, Gregory Lake, Grehan Lake, Greig Lake, Gremm Lake, Grenadier Creek, Grenadier Lake, Grenadier Pond, Grenfell Lake, Grenier Lake, Grenville Lake, Greske Lake, Greta Lake, Gretchel Creek, Gretchel Lake, Gretel Creek, Gretel Lake, Grew Lake, Grew River, Grey Duck Lake, Grey Lake, Grelava Lake, Grey Owl Bay, Grey Owl Lake, Green Creek, Greengrass Lake, Greenheart Creek, Greenheart Lake, Greenhedge Lake, Greenhill Lake, Greenhill Rapids, Greenhill River, Greenhorn Bay, Greenhue Lake, Greening Lake, Greening’s Bay, Greenish Creek, Greenish Lake, Green Island Bay, Green Island Lake, Green Lake, Green Lakes, Greenland Lake, Greenlaw Lake, Greenleaf Creek, Greenleaf Lake, Greenlee Lake, Greenmantle Lake, Greenmantle River, Greenock Creek, Greenock Lake, Greenough Harbour, Greenpike Lake, Gravel Lake, Gravel Lakes, Gravelly Bay, Gravelpit Lake, Gravel Pit Pond, Gravelridge Lake, Gravel River, Gravenor Lake, Graves Lake, Graveyard Creek et Graveyard Lake. M. Bisson. IMPRIMÉ.

M24. Second Reading of Bill 24, An Act to amend the Ministry of Community and Social Services Act to establish the Social Assistance Research Commission. Mr. Miller (Hamilton East—Stoney Creek). PRINTED.

M24. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 24, Loi modifiant la Loi sur le ministère des Services sociaux et communautaires afin de créer la Commission de recherche sur l’aide sociale. M. Miller (Hamilton-Est—Stoney Creek). IMPRIMÉ.

M25. Second Reading of Bill 25, An Act to require the Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks to discharge the responsibilities under subsection 15 (1) of the Ontario Water Resources Act to determine the zebra mussel content of Graveyard Rapids, Gravy Lake, Grawbarger Lake, Grawbarger’s Rapids, Graydarl Lake, Graydon Lake, Gray Lake, Grayling Lake, Graymud Lake, Gray Rapids, Grays Bay, Grays Creek, Grays Lake, Grayson Lake, Grayson River, Grays River, Graystone Lake, Graytrout Lake, Grazing Lake, Grazing River, Great Lake, Great Mountain Lake, Great North Bay, Great Portage Lake, Great South Bay, Grebe Lake, Greb Lake, Green Bay, Greenbough Lake, Green Bug Lake, Greenbush Lake, Green Creek, Grants Lake, Granzies Lake, Grape Lake, Graphic Creek, Graphic Lake, Graphite Lake, Grapnel Bay, Grapnel Creek, Grapnel Lake, Grasett Lake, Grass Creek, Grasser Lake, Grass Hill Lake, Grass Lake, Grassy Bay, Grassy Creek, Grassy Lake, Grassy Portage Bay, Grassy River, Gratton Creek, Gratton Lake, Grave Bay, Grave Creek and Grave Lake. Mr. Bisson. PRINTED.

M25. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 25, Loi visant à exiger que le ministre de l’Environnement, de la Protection de la nature et des Parcs assume ses responsabilités en application du paragraphe 15 (1) de la Loi sur les ressources en eau de l’Ontario pour établir la quantité de moules zébrées dans les cours d’eau suivants : Graveyard Rapids, Gravy Lake, Grawbarger Lake, Grawbarger’s Rapids, Graydarl Lake, Graydon Lake, Gray Lake, Grayling Lake, Graymud Lake, Gray Rapids, Grays Bay, Grays Creek, Grays Lake, Grayson Lake, Grayson River, Grays River, Graystone Lake, Graytrout Lake, Grazing Lake, Grazing River, Great Lake, Great Mountain Lake, Great North Bay, Great Portage Lake, Great South Bay, Grebe Lake, Greb Lake, Green Bay, Greenbough Lake, Green Bug Lake, Greenbush Lake, Green Creek, Grants Lake, Granzies Lake, Grape Lake, Graphic Creek, Graphic Lake, Graphite Lake, Grapnel Bay, Grapnel Creek, Grapnel Lake, Grasett Lake, Grass Creek, Grasser Lake, Grass Hill Lake, Grass Lake, Grassy Bay, Grassy Creek, Grassy Lake, Grassy Portage Bay, Grassy River, Gratton Creek, Gratton Lake, Grave Bay, Grave Creek et Grave Lake. M. Bisson. IMPRIMÉ.

M26. Second Reading of Bill 26, An Act to require the Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks to discharge the responsibilities under subsection 15 (1) of the Ontario Water Resources Act to determine the zebra mussel content of Gravel Bay, Gravel Beach Lake, Gravel Falls, Graham Bay, Graham Creek, Graham Lake, Graharns Creek, Graharn’s Lake, Granary Creek, Granary Lake, Grand Bay, Grand Campment Bay, Grande Lake, Grandeur Lake, Grand Lake, Grandmaison Lake, Grandma Lake, Grandma Stevens Pond, Grandolph Bay, Grandpa Lake, Grandpop’s Lake, Grand Rapids, Grand River, Grandview Lake, Granite Bay, Graniteboss Lake, Granite Creek, Granite Falls, Granitehill Lake, Granite Lake, Granite River, Granitic Lake, Granka Lake, Granny Bay, Granny’s Creek, Grano Lake, Grant Bay, Grant Creek and Grant Lake. Mr. Bisson. PRINTED.

M26. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 26, Loi visant à exiger que le ministre de l’Environnement, de la Protection de la nature et des Parcs assume ses responsabilités en application du paragraphe 15 (1) de la Loi sur les ressources en eau de l’Ontario pour établir la quantité de moules zébrées dans les cours d’eau suivants : Gravel Bay, Gravel Beach Lake, Gravel Falls, Graham Bay, Graham Creek, Graham Lake, Graharns Creek, Graharn’s Lake, Granary Creek, Granary Lake, Grand Bay, Grand Campment Bay, Grande Lake, Grandeur Lake, Grand Lake, Grandmaison Lake, Grandma Lake, Grandma Stevens Pond, Grandolph Bay, Grandpa Lake, Grandpop’s Lake, Grand Rapids, Grand River, Grandview Lake, Granite Bay, Graniteboss Lake, Granite Creek, Granite Falls, Granitehill Lake, Granite Lake, Granite River, Granitic Lake, Granka Lake, Granny Bay, Granny’s Creek, Grano Lake, Grant Bay, Grant Creek et Grant Lake. M. Bisson. IMPRIMÉ.

M27. Second Reading of Bill 27, An Act to require the Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks to discharge the responsibilities under subsection 15 (1) of the Ontario Water Resources Act to determine the zebra mussel content of Good Lake, Goodliff Lake, Goodman Creek, Goodman Lake, Goodmorning Lakes, Goodoar Lake, Goodreau Lake, Goods Lake, Goodwill Lake, Goodwin Lake, Gooley Lake, Goosander Creek, Goosander Lake, Goose Bay, Gooseberry Brook, Gooseberry Creek, Gooseberry Lake, Goose Channel, Goose Creek, Goose Egg Lake, Gilder Creek, Gilder Lake, Glimmer Lake, Gling Lake, Gliskning Lake, Glitter Creek, Glitter Lake, Globe Creek, Globe Lake, Gloomy Lake, Glorious Lake, Glory Creek, Glory Lake, Glosser Bay, Gloucester Pool, Glover Bay, Glover Lake, Glovers Bay, Glue Lake, Glynn Lake, Gnat Lake, Gneiss Lake, Gneiss Rapids, Gnome Lake, Goat Creek, Goat Island Channel, Goat Lake, Goat River, Goblin Bay, Goblin Lake, Godda Lake, Goddard Lake, Godfrey Creek, Godfrey Lake, Godin Creek, Godin Lake, God’s Lake, Godson Creek, Godson Lake, Goff Lake, Gog Lake, Gohere Bay, Go Home Bay, Go Home Lake, Go Home River, Going Lake, Golborne Lakes, Goldbar Lake, Gold Creek, Golden Creek, Goldeneye Lake, Golden Gate Lake, Golden Lake, Goldfield Creek, Goldfield Lake, Glass Falls, Glass Lake and Glassy Creek. Mr. Bisson. PRINTED.

M27. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 27, Loi visant à exiger que le ministre de l’Environnement, de la Protection de la nature et des Parcs assume ses responsabilités en application du paragraphe 15 (1) de la Loi sur les ressources en eau de l’Ontario pour établir la quantité de moules zébrées dans les cours d’eau suivants : Good Lake, Goodliff Lake, Goodman Creek, Goodman Lake, Goodmorning Lakes, Goodoar Lake, Goodreau Lake, Goods Lake, Goodwill Lake, Goodwin Lake, Gooley Lake, Goosander Creek, Goosander Lake, Goose Bay, Gooseberry Brook, Gooseberry Creek, Gooseberry Lake, Goose Channel, Goose Creek, Goose Egg Lake, Gilder Creek, Gilder Lake, Glimmer Lake, Gling Lake, Gliskning Lake, Glitter Creek, Glitter Lake, Globe Creek, Globe Lake, Gloomy Lake, Glorious Lake, Glory Creek, Glory Lake, Glosser Bay, Gloucester Pool, Glover Bay, Glover Lake, Glovers Bay, Glue Lake, Glynn Lake, Gnat Lake, Gneiss Lake, Gneiss Rapids, Gnome Lake, Goat Creek, Goat Island Channel, Goat Lake, Goat River, Goblin Bay, Goblin Lake, Godda Lake, Goddard Lake, Godfrey Creek, Godfrey Lake, Godin Creek, Godin Lake, God’s Lake, Godson Creek, Godson Lake, Goff Lake, Gog Lake, Gohere Bay, Go Home Bay, Go Home Lake, Go Home River, Going Lake, Golborne Lakes, Goldbar Lake, Gold Creek, Golden Creek, Goldeneye Lake, Golden Gate Lake, Golden Lake, Goldfield Creek, Goldfield Lake, Glass Falls, Glass Lake et Glassy Creek. M. Bisson. IMPRIMÉ.

M29. Second Reading of Bill 29, An Act to require the Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks to discharge the responsibilities under subsection 15 (1) of the Ontario Water Resources Act to determine the zebra mussel content of Gibraltar Bay, Gibraltar Lake, Gibson Creek, Gibson Lake, Gibson River, Gibsons Bay, Gibsorns Lake, Gids Harbour, Giffins Lake, Gifford Bay, Gifford Lake, Gignac Lake, Giguere Lake, Gilbert Creek, Gilbert Lake, Gilboe Lake, Gilby Lake; Gilchrist Bay, Gilchrist Creek, Gilchrist Lake, Gilden Lake, Gills Bay, Gilhuly Lake, Gillard Lake, Gilleach Lake, Gilleran Lake, Genessee Bay, Genessee Lake, Geneva Creek, Geneva Lake, Genier Greek, Genier Lake, Gennis Lake, Genoa Creek, Genoa Lake, Genricks Lake, Gentian Creek, Gentian Lake, Gentleman Creek, Geoffrey Lake, Geoffrion Lake, Geometry Lake, Geordie Lake, Geordies Lake, George Creek, George Lake, Georges Bay, George’s Lake, Georgia Lake, Georgian Bay, Georgie Creek, Georgina Lake, Geraldine Lake, Gerald Lake, Gerber Lake, Gerloch Creek, German Bay, German Lake, German Mills Creek, Gerow Lake, Gerrard Lake, Gerry Creek, Gerry Lake, Gertrude Lake, Gervais Lake and Gervis Lake. Mr. Bisson. PRINTED.

M29. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 29, Loi visant à exiger que le ministre de l’Environnement, de la Protection de la nature et des Parcs assume ses responsabilités en application du paragraphe 15 (1) de la Loi sur les ressources en eau de l’Ontario pour établir la quantité de moules zébrées dans les cours d’eau suivants : Gibraltar Bay, Gibraltar Lake, Gibson Creek, Gibson Lake, Gibson River, Gibsons Bay, Gibsorns Lake, Gids Harbour, Giffins Lake, Gifford Bay, Gifford Lake, Gignac Lake, Giguere Lake, Gilbert Creek, Gilbert Lake, Gilboe Lake, Gilby Lake; Gilchrist Bay, Gilchrist Creek, Gilchrist Lake, Gilden Lake, Gills Bay, Gilhuly Lake, Gillard Lake, Gilleach Lake, Gilleran Lake, Genessee Bay, Genessee Lake, Geneva Creek, Geneva Lake, Genier Greek, Genier Lake, Gennis Lake, Genoa Creek, Genoa Lake, Genricks Lake, Gentian Creek, Gentian Lake, Gentleman Creek, Geoffrey Lake, Geoffrion Lake, Geometry Lake, Geordie Lake, Geordies Lake, George Creek, George Lake, Georges Bay, George’s Lake, Georgia Lake, Georgian Bay, Georgie Creek, Georgina Lake, Geraldine Lake, Gerald Lake, Gerber Lake, Gerloch Creek, German Bay, German Lake, German Mills Creek, Gerow Lake, Gerrard Lake, Gerry Creek, Gerry Lake, Gertrude Lake, Gervais Lake et Gervis Lake. M. Bisson. IMPRIMÉ.

G31. Resuming the debate adjourned on September 17, 2018 on the motion for Second Reading of Bill 31, An Act to amend the City of Toronto Act, 2006, the Municipal Act, 2001, the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 and the Education Act and to revoke two regulations. Hon. Mr. Clark. PRINTED. Time used: 6 hrs. 39 mins.

G31. Suite du débat ajourné le 17 septembre 2018 sur la motion portant deuxième lecture du projet de loi 31, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2006 sur la cité de Toronto, la Loi de 2001 sur les municipalités, la Loi de 1996 sur les élections municipales et la Loi sur l’éducation et abrogeant deux règlements. L’hon. M. Clark. IMPRIMÉ. Durée du débat : 6 h 39.

M35. Second Reading of Bill 35, An Act to amend the Human Rights Code with respect to immigration status, genetic characteristics, police records and social conditions. Mme Des Rosiers. PRINTED.

M35. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 35, Loi modifiant le Code des droits de la personne en ce qui concerne le statut d’immigrant, les caractéristiques génétiques, l’existence de dossiers de police et la situation sociale. Mme Des Rosiers. IMPRIMÉ.

M43. Second Reading of Bill 43, An Act to amend the Capital Investment Plan Act, 1993 and the Highway 407 East Act, 2012 with respect to toll highways. Ms. French. PRINTED.

M43. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 43, Loi modifiant la Loi de 1993 sur le plan d’investissement et la Loi de 2012 sur l’autoroute 407 Est en ce qui concerne les voies publiques à péage. Mme French. IMPRIMÉ.

M52. Second Reading of Bill 52, An Act to amend the Juries Act with respect to juror eligibility and to make related amendments to other Acts. Mme Des Rosiers. PRINTED.

M52. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 52, Loi modifiant la Loi sur les jurys en ce qui concerne l’habilité des jurés et apportant des modifications connexes à d’autres lois. Mme Des Rosiers. IMPRIMÉ.

M53. Second Reading of Bill 53, An Act to proclaim Special Hockey Day. Mr. Smith (Peterborough—Kawartha). PRINTED.

M53. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 53, Loi proclamant la Journée du hockey adapté. M. Smith (Peterborough—Kawartha). IMPRIMÉ.

M58. Second Reading of Bill 58, An Act to proclaim Family Caregiver Day. Mme Gélinas. PRINTED.

M58. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 58, Loi proclamant le Jour des aidants naturels. Mme Gélinas. IMPRIMÉ.

M62. Second Reading of Bill 62, An Act to amend the Highway Traffic Act in respect of harm to vulnerable road users. Ms. Bell. PRINTED.

M62. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 62, Loi modifiant le Code de la route à l’égard des dommages causés aux usagers de la route vulnérables. Mme Bell. IMPRIMÉ.

M73. Second Reading of Bill 73, An Act to amend the Home Care and Community Services Act, 1994 in respect of funded services for new residents. Mrs. Gretzky. PRINTED.

M73. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 73, Loi modifiant la Loi de 1994 sur les services de soins à domicile et les services communautaires en ce qui concerne les services financés pour les nouveaux résidents. Mme Gretzky. IMPRIMÉ.

M80. Second Reading of Bill 80, An Act to amend the Archives and Recordkeeping Act, 2006 to impose penalties for offences relating to public records of archival value. Mr. Tabuns. PRINTED.

M80. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 80, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2006 sur les Archives publiques et la conservation des documents pour imposer des peines en cas d’infraction relative aux documents publics ayant un intérêt archivistique. M. Tabuns. IMPRIMÉ.

M82. Second Reading of Bill 82, An Act to amend the Resource Recovery and Circular Economy Act, 2016. Mr. Arthur. PRINTED.

M82. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 82, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2016 sur la récupération des ressources et l’économie circulaire. M. Arthur. IMPRIMÉ.

M85. Second Reading of Bill 85, An Act to amend the Election Finances Act with respect to contributions. Mme Des Rosiers. PRINTED.

M85. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 85, Loi modifiant la Loi sur le financement des élections en ce qui concerne les contributions. Mme Des Rosiers. IMPRIMÉ.

M86. Second Reading of Bill 86, An Act to amend the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation Act, 1997. Mr. Calandra. PRINTED.

M86. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 86, Loi modifiant la Loi de 1997 sur la Société d’évaluation foncière des municipalités. M. Calandra. IMPRIMÉ.

M91. Second Reading of Bill 91, An Act to amend the Trillium Gift of Life Network Act. Mme Gélinas. PRINTED.

M91. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 91, Loi visant à modifier la Loi sur le Réseau Trillium pour le don de vie. Mme Gélinas. IMPRIMÉ.

M92. Second Reading of Bill 92, An Act to amend the Labour Relations Act, 1995 with respect to replacement workers. Mme Gélinas. PRINTED.

M92. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 92, Loi modifiant la Loi de 1995 sur les relations de travail en ce qui concerne les travailleurs suppléants. Mme Gélinas. IMPRIMÉ.

M93. Second Reading of Bill 93, An Act to amend the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006. Ms. Morrison. PRINTED.

M93. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 93, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2006 sur la location à usage d’habitation. Mme Morrison. IMPRIMÉ.

M94. Second Reading of Bill 94, An Act to proclaim April as Genocide Awareness, Education, Condemnation and Prevention Month. Mr. Babikian. PRINTED.

M94. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 94, Loi proclamant le mois d’avril Mois de la sensibilisation aux génocides et de la condamnation et de la prévention des génocides. M. Babikian. IMPRIMÉ.

M95. Second Reading of Bill 95, An Act to amend the Police Services Act and the Community Safety and Policing Act, 2019 with respect to a Commissioner Appointment Advisory Committee. Mme Des Rosiers and Mr. Schreiner. PRINTED.

M95. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 95, Loi modifiant la Loi sur les services policiers et la Loi de 2019 sur la sécurité communautaire et les services policiers en ce qui concerne le Comité consultatif sur la nomination du commissaire. Mme Des Rosiers et M. Schreiner. IMPRIMÉ.

M98. Second Reading of Bill 98, An Act to amend the Time Act. Mme Lalonde. PRINTED.

M98. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 98, Loi modifiant la Loi sur l’heure légale. Mme Lalonde. IMPRIMÉ.

M99. Second Reading of Bill 99, An Act to amend the Election Finances Act with respect to charges for fund-raising events. Mr. Schreiner. PRINTED.

M99. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 99, Loi modifiant la Loi sur le financement des élections en ce qui concerne les droits exigés pour les activités de financement. M. Schreiner. IMPRIMÉ.

M103. Second Reading of Bill 103, An Act to amend the Election Finances Act in respect of contributions to leadership contestants following the leadership vote. Mr. Fraser. PRINTED.

M103. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 103, Loi modifiant la Loi sur le financement des élections en ce qui concerne les contributions faites aux candidats à la direction d’un parti postérieurement à la tenue du scrutin. M. Fraser. IMPRIMÉ.

M109. Second Reading of Bill 109, An Act to amend the Retail Sales Tax Act to provide for a rebate of the Ontario portion of the Harmonized Sales Tax in respect of certain medical supplies. Ms. Karpoche. PRINTED.

M109. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 109, Loi modifiant la Loi sur la taxe de vente au détail pour prévoir le remboursement de la portion ontarienne de la taxe de vente harmonisée à l’égard de certaines fournitures médicales. Mme Karpoche. IMPRIMÉ.

M110. Second Reading of Bill 110, An Act to amend the Oil, Gas and Salt Resources Act to prohibit hydraulic fracturing and related activities. Mr. Tabuns. PRINTED.

M110. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 110, Loi modifiant la Loi sur les ressources en pétrole, en gaz et en sel en vue d’interdire la facturation hydraulique et les activités connexes. M. Tabuns. IMPRIMÉ.

M111. Second Reading of Bill 111, An Act to amend the Occupational Health and Safety Act to protect workers who speak out about workplace violence and workplace harassment. Mme Gélinas. PRINTED.

M111. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 111, Loi modifiant la Loi sur la santé et la sécurité au travail pour protéger les travailleurs qui dénoncent la violence au travail et le harcèlement au travail. Mme Gélinas. IMPRIMÉ.

M112. Second Reading of Bill 112, An Act to proclaim Lupus Awareness Day. Mr. Pang. PRINTED.

M112. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 112, Loi proclamant la Journée de sensibilisation au lupus. M. Pang. IMPRIMÉ.

M113. Second Reading of Bill 113, An Act to amend the Ministry of Correctional Services Act with respect to solitary confinement. Mme Des Rosiers. PRINTED.

M113. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 113, Loi modifiant la Loi sur le ministère des Services correctionnels en ce qui concerne l’isolement cellulaire. Mme Des Rosiers. IMPRIMÉ.

G116. Second Reading of Bill 116, An Act to enact the Mental Health and Addictions Centre of Excellence Act, 2019 and the Opioid Damages and Health Costs Recovery Act, 2019. Hon. Ms. Elliott. PRINTED.

G116. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 116, Loi édictant la Loi de 2019 sur le Centre d’excellence pour la santé mentale et la lutte contre les dépendances et la Loi de 2019 sur le recouvrement des dommages-intérêts et du coût des soins de santé imputables aux opioïdes. L’hon. Mme Elliott. IMPRIMÉ.

M119. Second Reading of Bill 119, An Act to amend the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, 1997 in respect of compensation for loss of earnings. Mr. Gates. PRINTED.

M119. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 119, Loi modifiant la Loi de 1997 sur la sécurité professionnelle et l’assurance contre les accidents du travail en ce qui concerne l’indemnité pour pertes de gains. M. Gates. IMPRIMÉ.

M120. Second Reading of Bill 120, An Act to Proclaim Menstrual Hygiene Day. Ms. Karpoche. PRINTED.

M120. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 120, Loi proclamant la Journée de l’hygiène menstruelle. Mme Karpoche. IMPRIMÉ.

M121. Second Reading of Bill 121, An Act to afford municipalities certain protections with respect to legislative changes affecting their Governance and Structure. Ms. Horwath. PRINTED.

M121. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 121, Loi offrant certaines protections aux municipalités en ce qui concerne les modifications législatives touchant leur gouvernance et structure. Mme Horwath. IMPRIMÉ.

M122. Second Reading of Bill 122, An Act to amend the Highway Traffic Act to create an offence of contravention causing death or serious bodily harm. Ms. French. PRINTED.

M122. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 122, Loi modifiant le Code de la route pour ériger en infraction le fait d’avoir causé un décès ou des blessures corporelles graves pendant la commission d’une contravention. Mme French. IMPRIMÉ.

M123. Second Reading of Bill 123, An Act to amend the Highway Traffic Act respecting electric vehicle charging stations. Mr. Calandra. PRINTED.

M123. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 123, Loi modifiant le Code de la route en ce qui concerne les stations de recharge pour véhicules électriques. M. Calandra. IMPRIMÉ.

G124. Second Reading of Bill 124, An Act to implement moderation measures in respect of compensation in Ontario’s public sector. Hon. Mr. Bethlenfalvy. PRINTED.

G124. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 124, Loi visant à mettre en oeuvre des mesures de modération concernant la rémunération dans le secteur public de l’Ontario. L’hon. M. Bethlenfalvy. IMPRIMÉ.

M125. Second Reading of Bill 125, An Act to amend the Public Transportation and Highway Improvement Act to make Northern Ontario Highways Safer. Mr. Bourgouin. PRINTED.

M125. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 125, Loi modifiant la Loi sur l’aménagement des voies publiques et des transports en commun pour accroître la sécurité des voies publiques dans le nord de l’Ontario. M. Bourgouin. IMPRIMÉ.

M126. Second Reading of Bill 126, An Act to promote the maintenance and development of Ontario’s Francophonie. Mme Des Rosiers and Mme Lalonde. PRINTED.

M126. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 126, Loi visant à promouvoir le maintien et l’épanouissement de la Francophonie ontarienne. Mme Des Rosiers et Mme Lalonde. IMPRIMÉ.

M127. Second Reading of Bill 127, An Act to amend the Planning Act to protect lands in relation to the Ontario Food Terminal. Ms. Karpoche. PRINTED.

M127. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 127, Loi modifiant la Loi sur l’aménagement du territoire pour protéger des terrains en ce qui a trait au Marché des produits alimentaires de l’Ontario. Mme Karpoche. IMPRIMÉ.

M128. Second Reading of Bill 128, An Act to amend the Ontario Water Resources Act. Ms. Dunlop. PRINTED.

M128. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 128, Loi modifiant la Loi sur les ressources en eau de l’Ontario. Mme Dunlop. IMPRIMÉ.

M129. Second Reading of Bill 129, An Act to amend the Health Insurance Act and the Health Protection and Promotion Act in respect of addressing gun violence and its impacts. Ms. Hunter. PRINTED.

M129. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 129, Loi modifiant la Loi sur l’assurance-santé et la Loi sur la protection et la promotion de la santé en ce qui concerne la violence armée et ses répercussions. Mme Hunter. IMPRIMÉ.

M130. Second Reading of Bill 130, An Act to proclaim the Provincial Day of Action on Litter. Ms. Khanjin. PRINTED.

M130. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 130, Loi proclamant la Journée provinciale d’action contre les détritus. Mme Khanjin. IMPRIMÉ.

M131. Second Reading of Bill 131, An Act to proclaim the month of July as Tibetan Heritage Month. Ms. Karpoche. PRINTED.

M131. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 131, Loi proclamant le mois de juillet Mois du patrimoine tibétain. Mme Karpoche. IMPRIMÉ.

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BILLS IN COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE HOUSE

PROJECTS DE LOI EN COMITÉ PLÉNIER

M54. Bill 54, An Act to regulate the labelling and certification of organic products. Mr. McDonell. Referred November 29, 2018.

M54. Projet de loi 54, Loi visant à réglementer l’étiquetage et la certification des produits biologiques. M. McDonell. Renvoyé le 29 novembre 2018.

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GOVERNMENT ORDERS

ORDRES DU GOUVERNEMENT

2. Resuming the debate adjourned on August 14, 2018 on the motion regarding government priorities, as follows:

2. Suite du débat ajourné le 14 août 2018 sur la motion concernant les priorités du gouvernement, comme suit :-

Mr. Smith (Bay of Quinte) moved:-

M. Smith (Baie de Quinte) propose :-

That, in the opinion of this House, the current government is a government for the people with a clear mandate to pursue policies that put more money in people’s pockets; create and protect jobs; address the hydro crisis; reduce hospital wait times; and restore accountability and trust in government.

Debated July 24, 26, 30, 31; August 1 and 14, 2018. Time used: 11 hrs. 31 mins.

Débattue le 24, 26, 30, 31 juillet; 1er et 14 août 2018. Durée du débat : 11 h 31.

5. Resuming the debate adjourned on September 19, 2018 on the amendment to the motion for allocation of time on Bill 31, An Act to amend the City of Toronto Act, 2006, the Municipal Act, 2001, the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 and the Education Act and to revoke two regulations, as follows:

5. Suite du débat ajourné le 19 septembre 2018 sur l’amendement à la motion d’attribution de temps du projet de loi 31, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2006 sur la cité de Toronto, la Loi de 2001 sur les municipalités, la Loi de 1996 sur les élections municipales et la Loi sur l’éducation et abrogeant deux règlements, comme suit :-

Mr. Smith (Bay of Quinte) moved:-

M. Smith (Baie de Quinte) propose :-

That, pursuant to Standing Order 47 and notwithstanding any other Standing Order or Special Order of the House relating to Bill 31, An Act to amend the City of Toronto Act, 2006, the Municipal Act, 2001, the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 and the Education Act and to revoke two regulations, when Bill 31 is next called as a Government Order, the Speaker shall put every question necessary to dispose of the Second Reading stage of the Bill, without further debate or amendment, and at such time the Bill shall be ordered for Third Reading, which Order may be called that same day; and

That, when the Order for Third Reading of the Bill is called, the Speaker shall put every question necessary to dispose of this stage of the Bill without further debate or amendment; and

That, except in the case of a recorded division arising from morning Orders of the Day, pursuant to Standing Order 9(c), no deferral of the Second Reading or Third Reading vote shall be permitted; and

That, in the case of any division relating to any proceedings on the Bill, the division bell shall be limited to five minutes.

Mr. Bisson moved:-

M. Bisson propose :-

That the motion be amended by deleting everything after “ordered” in the first paragraph and replacing with:

“to the Standing Committee on General Government; and

That the Standing Committee on General Government be authorized to meet on Wednesday, September 26, 2018, from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Thursday, September 27, 2018 from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. for the purpose of public hearings on the Bill; and

That the Clerk of the Committee, in consultation with the Committee Chair, be authorized to arrange the following with regard to Bill 31:

• Notice of public hearings on the Ontario parliamentary channel, the Legislative Assembly’s website and Canada NewsWire; and

• That the deadline for requests appear to be 6:00 p.m. on Monday, September 24, 2018; and

• That witnesses be scheduled to appear before the Committee on a first-come, first-served basis; and

• That each witness will receive up to nine minutes for their presentation followed by six minutes for questions from Committee members divided equally amongst the recognized parties;

That the deadline for written submissions be 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 27, 2018; and

That the deadline for filing amendments to the Bill with the Clerk of the Committee shall be 9:00 a.m. on Monday, October 1, 2018; and

That the Committee be authorized to meet on Wednesday, October 3, 2018, from 9:00 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. for the purpose of clause-by-clause consideration of the Bill; and

That, upon receiving the report of the Standing Committee on General Government, the Speaker shall put the question for adoption of the report forthwith, and at such time the Bill shall be ordered for Third Reading, which Order may be called that same day; and

That on Wednesday, October 3, 2018, at 5:30 p.m., those amendments which have not yet been moved shall be deemed to have been moved, and the Chair of the Committee shall interrupt the proceedings and shall, without further debate or amendment, put every question necessary to dispose of all the remaining sections of the Bill and any amendments thereto. At this time, the Chair shall allow one 20-minute waiting period pursuant to Standing Order 129(a); and

That the Committee shall report the Bill to the House no later than Thursday, October 4, 2018. In the event that the Committee fails to report the Bill on that day, the Bill shall be deemed to be passed by the Committee and shall be deemed to be reported to and received by the House; and

That, when the Order for Third Reading of the Bill is called, one hour of debate shall be allotted to the Third Reading stage of the Bill with 30 minutes apportioned to the Government, 20 minutes to the Official Opposition, seven minutes to the independent Liberal Party members and three minutes to the independent Green Party member. At the end of this time, the Speaker shall interrupt the proceedings and shall put every question necessary to dispose of this stage of the Bill without further debate or amendment; and

That, except in the case of a recorded division arising from morning Orders of the Day, pursuant to Standing Order 9(c), no deferral of the Second Reading or Third Reading vote shall be permitted; and

That, in the case of any division relating to any proceedings on the Bill, the division bell shall be limited to five minutes, except that the division bell for the vote on the motion for Third Reading shall be 15 minutes.”

Debated September 19, 2018. Time used: 1 hr. 12 mins.

Débattue le 19 septembre 2018. Durée du débat : 1 h 12.

10. Resuming the debate adjourned on February 19, 2019 on the motion for adoption of the recommendations contained in the Report of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts on Settlement and Integration Services for Newcomers (Section 3.13, 2017 Annual Report of the Office of the Auditor General of Ontario).

10. Suite du débat ajourné le 19 février 2019 sur la motion portant l’adoption des recommandations contenues dans le rapport du Comité permanent des comptes publics sur Services d’établissement et d’intégration pour les nouveaux arrivants (Rapport annuel 2017 du Bureau de la vérificatrice générale de l’Ontario, section 3.13).

12. Resuming the debate adjourned on March 4, 2019 on the motion for adoption of the recommendations contained in the Report of the Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs on the Pre-Budget Consultation 2019.

12. Suite du débat ajourné le 4 mars 2019 sur la motion portant adoption des recommandations contenues dans le rapport du Comité permanent des finances et des affaires économiques sur les Consultations prébudgétaires pour 2019.

13. Resuming the debate adjourned on March 18, 2019 on the motion for adoption of the recommendations contained in the First Report 2019 of the Standing Committee on Regulations and Private Bills.

13. Suite du débat ajourné le 18 mars 2019 sur la motion portant adoption des recommandations contenues dans le Premier rapport 2019 du Comité permanent des règlements et des projets de loi d’intérêt privé.

15. Resuming the debate adjourned on March 26, 2019 on the motion for adoption of the recommendations contained in the Final Report of the Select Committee on Financial Transparency.

15. Suite du débat ajourné le 26 mars 2019 sur la motion portant adoption des recommandations contenues dans le Rapport final du Comité spécial de la transparence financière.

18. Resuming the debate adjourned on April 29, 2019 on the motion for adoption of the Report of the Standing Committee on the Legislative Assembly on Television Guidelines.

18. Suite du débat ajourné le 29 avril 2019 sur la motion portant adoption du Rapport du Comité permanent de l’Assemblée législative sur les Lignes directrices sur la télédiffusion.

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PRIVATE MEMBERS’ PUBLIC BUSINESS

AFFAIRES D’INTÉRÊT PUBLIC ÉMANANT DES DÉPUTÉS

(Precedence in accordance with Standing Order 98(b)).

(Ordre de priorité conforme à l’article 98 b) du Règlement.)

Ballot Item Number 76 – Debated and carried on division June 6, 2019.

Ballot Item Number 77 – Debated and carried June 6, 2019.

Ballot Item Number 78 – Debated and carried June 6, 2019.

Ballot Item Number 80 – To be debated October 31, 2019.

Private Members’ Notice of Motion Number 76
Avis de motion numéro 76 émanant d’un député

Mr. West – That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should declare the opioid overdose crisis in Northern Ontario a public health emergency and commit funding for comprehensive, evidence-based local health and community initiatives such as harm reduction strategies, awareness programs, anti-stigma training, residential treatment, and overdose prevention services, that will address persistent health inequities in the region.

Ballot Item Number 81 – To be debated October 31, 2019.

M130. Second Reading of Bill 130, An Act to proclaim the Provincial Day of Action on Litter. Ms. Khanjin.

M130. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 130, Loi proclamant la Journée provinciale d’action contre les détritus. Mme Khanjin.

Ballot Item Number 82 – To be debated November 7, 2019.

M125. Second Reading of Bill 125, An Act to amend the Public Transportation and Highway Improvement Act to make Northern Ontario Highways Safer. Mr. Bourgouin.

M125. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 125, Loi modifiant la Loi sur l’aménagement des voies publiques et des transports en commun pour accroître la sécurité des voies publiques dans le nord de l’Ontario. M. Bourgouin.

Ballot Item Number 83 – To be debated November 7, 2019.

M112. Second Reading of Bill 112, An Act to proclaim Lupus Awareness Day. Mr. Pang.

M112. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 112, Loi proclamant la Journée de sensibilisation au lupus. M. Pang.

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NOTICES

GOVERNMENT NOTICES OF MOTION

AVIS DE MOTIONS ÉMANANT DU GOUVERNEMENT

59. Withdrawn June 6, 2019.

60. Withdrawn June 6, 2019.

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ NOTICES
OF MOTION

AVIS DE MOTIONS ÉMANANT
DES DÉPUTÉS

1. Ms. Hunter — REASONED AMENDMENT — That the motion for Second Reading of Bill 2, An Act respecting Hydro One Limited, the termination of the White Pines Wind Project and the labour disputes between York University and Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 3903 be amended by deleting all the words after “That” and substituting therefore with the words “this Bill be NOT now read a Second time but be referred back to the Government with instructions to first provide a report to the House containing a full assessment of the compensation package, prior to the statutory termination of contracts and permits, as well as the legal costs incurred to defend the Act in front of any tribunal or board of arbitration.” Filed July 17, 2018.

2. Mr. Tabuns — REASONED AMENDMENT — That the motion for Second Reading of Bill 2, An Act respecting Hydro One Limited, the termination of the White Pines Wind Project and the labour disputes between York University and Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 3903 be amended by deleting all the words after “That” and substituting therefore the words “this Bill be NOT now read a Second time but be referred back to the Government with instructions to provide a report to the House outlining the scope of potential legal liabilities related to the changes proposed by Schedule 2 of the Bill.” Filed July 17, 2018.

5. Mr. Tabuns — REASONED AMENDMENT — That the motion for Second Reading of Bill 4, An Act respecting the preparation of a climate change plan, providing for the wind down of the cap and trade program and repealing the Climate Change Mitigation and Low-carbon Economy Act, 2016, be amended by deleting all the words after “That” and substituting therefore the words “this Bill be NOT now read a Second time but be referred back to the Government with instructions to provide a report to the House on measures taken to ensure compliance with Sections 15 and 22 of the Environmental Bill of Rights, 1993.” Filed July 26, 2018.

6. Mme Des Rosiers — REASONED AMENDMENT — That the motion for Second Reading of Bill 4, An Act respecting the preparation of a climate change plan, providing for the wind down of the cap and trade program and repealing the Climate Change Mitigation and Low-carbon Economy Act, 2016 be amended by deleting all the words after “That” and substituting therefore with the words “This Bill be NOT now read a Second time but be referred back to the Government with instructions to respect the posting provisions of the Environmental Bill of Rights, 1993; and to first provide the House with a Climate Change Plan and a full assessment of the potential legal liabilities of the cancellation of Cap and Trade Program.” Filed July 30, 2018.

8. Mr. Tabuns — REASONED AMENDMENT — That the motion for Second Reading of Bill 5, An Act to amend the City of Toronto Act, 2006, the Municipal Act, 2001 and the Municipal Elections Act, 1996, be amended by deleting all the words after “That” and substituting therefore the words “this Bill be NOT now read a Second time but be referred back to the Government with instructions to first provide a report to the House outlining the method and scope of public consultation measures that informed the drafting of the Bill.” Filed July 31, 2018.

9. Ms. Hunter — REASONED AMENDMENT — That the motion for Second Reading of Bill 5, An Act to amend the City of Toronto Act, 2006, the Municipal Act, 2001 and the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 be amended by deleting all the words after “That” and substituting therefore with the words “this Bill be NOT now be read a Second time but be referred to the Government with instructions to incorporate therein a process for consulting the people of the City of Toronto on the governance of their City and delay the implementation of the Bill until after the 2018 regular election.” Filed July 31, 2018.

13. Mr. Yarde — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should immediately ban the discriminatory and arbitrary stopping of individuals known as carding or street checks as it violates the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and instruct all Police Forces to destroy existing information collected and retained in databases through this practice. Filed August 8, 2018.

19. Mr. Schreiner — REASONED AMENDMENT — That the motion for Second Reading of Bill 31, An Act to amend the City of Toronto Act, 2006, the Municipal Act, 2001, the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 and the Education Act and to revoke two regulations be amended by deleting all the words after “That” and substituting therefore with the words “this Bill be NOT now read a Second time but be referred to the Government with instructions to incorporate consultation with voters in the City of Toronto regarding the composition of Toronto City Council and delaying changes to the structure of Council until after the 2018 election, as well as incorporating consultation with Ontarians on the proper use of notwithstanding clause.” Filed September 13, 2018.

20. Ms. Horwath — REASONED AMENDMENT — That the motion for Second Reading of Bill 31, An Act to amend the City of Toronto Act, 2006, the Municipal Act, 2001, the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 and the Education Act and to revoke two regulations, be amended by deleting all the words after “That” and substituting therefore the words “this Bill be NOT now read a Second time but be referred back to the Government with instructions to first provide a report to the House on its consultations regarding the constitutionality of the Bill.” Filed September 15, 2018.

21. Mme Des Rosiers — REASONED AMENDMENT — That the Motion for Second Reading of Bill 31, An Act to amend the City of Toronto Act, 2006, the Municipal Act, 2001 and the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 and the Education Act and to revoke two regulations be amended by deleting all the words “That” and substituting therefore with the words “this Bill be NOT now read a Second time but referred to the Government with instructions to incorporate therein a process for consulting the people of the City of Toronto on the governance of their City and delay the implementation of the Bill until all appeals in matters related to the constitutionality of the Better Local government Act have been exhausted.” Filed September 15, 2018.

25. Mme Des Rosiers — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should use the funds in the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Account only for initiatives that reduce gas emissions and not on the administration costs for the dismantling of the cap and trade program. Filed October 2, 2018.

27. Ms. Fife — REASONED AMENDMENT — That the motion for Second Reading of Bill 47, An Act to amend the Employment Standards Act, 2000, the Labour Relations Act, 1995 and the Ontario College of Trades and Apprenticeship Act, 2009 and make complementary amendments to other Acts, be amended by deleting all the words after “That” and substituting therefore the words “this Bill be NOT now read a Second time but be referred back to the Government with instructions to first provide a report to the House on its consultations regarding the economic impact of existing personal leave provisions, including sick leave, family responsibility leave and bereavement leave, that are being repealed by the Bill.” Filed October 25, 2018.

28. Mr. Schreiner — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should act immediately to create a climate change plan that meets Ontario’s portion of Canada’s obligations under the Paris Agreement, and maximizes the province’s opportunities in the $26 trillion global clean economy. Filed October 29, 2018.

29. Ms. Shaw — REASONED AMENDMENT — That the motion for Second Reading of Bill 57, An Act to enact, amend and repeal various statutes, be amended by deleting all the words after “That” and substituting therefore the words “this Bill be NOT now read a Second time but be referred back to the Government with instructions to first provide a report to the House outlining the rationale used to substantiate the elimination of the non-partisan and independent offices of the Environmental Commissioner, French Language Services Commissioner and the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth.” Filed November 20, 2018.

33. Mme Gélinas — That, in the opinion of this House, the government should: involve people living with HIV in all decisions made across government that relate to the health, well-being, and dignity of people living with and affected by HIV; encourage people living with HIV to start and stay on treatment; and dismantle HIV stigma on the community, clinical, and personal levels by adopting the Ontario Accord and endorsing the Undetectable = Untransmittable (U=U) campaign. Filed December 3, 2018.

35. Ms. Fife — REASONED AMENDMENT — That the motion for Second Reading of Bill 66, An Act to restore Ontario’s competitiveness by amending or repealing certain Acts, be amended by deleting all the words after “That” and substituting therefore the words “this Bill be NOT now read a Second time but be referred back to the Government with instructions to first provide a report to the House on the consultation data used to substantiate the proposed repeal of regulations for unlicensed child care, the proposed repeal of the Toxics Reduction Act and the Bill’s proposed exemptions from current source water protections and currently established Greenbelt protection provisions.” Filed December 18, 2018.

36. Mr. Bisson — REASONED AMENDMENT — That the motion for Second Reading of Bill 68, An Act with respect to community safety and policing, be amended by deleting all the words after “That” and substituting therefore the words “this Bill be NOT now read a Second time but be referred back to the Government with instructions to first provide a report to the House on the consultation data used to substantiate the proposed changes and outline how the Tulloch Report informed the drafting of the Bill.” Filed February 21, 2019.

37. Mr. Bisson — REASONED AMENDMENT — That the motion for Second Reading of Bill 74, An Act concerning the provision of health care, continuing Ontario Health and making consequential and related amendments and repeals, be amended by deleting all the words after “That” and substituting therefore the words “this Bill be NOT now read a Second time but be referred back to the Government with instructions to first provide a report to the House outlining the impact that the proposed changes will have on the public administration and public delivery of health care services.” Filed February 28, 2019.

38. Mme Gélinas — That in the opinion of this House all materials and legal documents produced in the Ontario Legislative Assembly in the French language should be written with an “inclusive writing” style which eliminates the focus on the male gender and use gender neutral language (langage épicène). Filed March 5, 2019.

39. Ms. Bell — That, in the opinion of this House, the Ontario Government should direct Metrolinx to fully reinstate GO bus service to the York University Keele Campus, and work with York Region Transit to fully reinstate bus service to the York University Keele Campus, at no additional cost to students and workers. Filed March 5, 2019.

41. Mr. Crawford — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should promote organ and tissue donation and transplantation and should consider including this as a component of the Ontario Secondary School curriculum; to heighten awareness, knowledge and empathetic understanding of organ tissue donation and transplantation, and to equip young people to make an informed decision, engage discussion on social issues and responsible citizenship, and ultimately increase the number of donors. Filed March 19, 2019.

44. Ms. Karpoche — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should take immediate action, informed by the Office of the Chief Coroner’s Inquest into the death of Bradley Chapman, to address the growing poisonous drug and opioid overdose crisis through the development of a comprehensive provincial strategy that incorporates but is not limited to: the assignment of a provincial coordinator within the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care; the approval and funding of all existing overdose prevention sites and Supervised Consumption Sites (OPS/SPS); and the resumption of regular meetings of the Opioid Emergency Task Force. Filed March 28, 2019.

45. Ms. Karpoche — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should empower the Opioid Emergency Task Force to re-evaluate the current policy to limit the number of OPS/CPS sites to 21, make recommendations for specific additional funding and resources in instances where there is an identified shortfall and declare a public health emergency in relation to the opioid overdose crisis. Filed March 28, 2019.

46. Ms. Bell — That, in the opinion of this House, the Provincial Government should match municipalities’ funding contribution to operating and maintaining municipal transit systems across Ontario and funding should not be used to replace or reduce municipal contributions to transit. Filed April 4, 2019.

47. Ms. Shaw — REASONED AMENDMENT — That the motion for Second Reading of Bill 100, An Act to implement Budget measures and to enact, amend and repeal various statutes, be amended by deleting all the words after “That” and substituting therefore the words “this Bill be NOT now read a Second time but be referred back to the Government with instructions to first provide a report to the House outlining which Canadian jurisdictions have implemented changes to Crown liability similar to those found in Schedule 17 of the Bill.” Filed April 16, 2019.

48. Mr. Hillier — That, in the opinion of this House, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms should be amended to enshrine property rights for Ontarians, as follows:

(1) The following section is inserted after section 7:

7.1(1) In Ontario, everyone has the right not to be deprived, by any Act of the Legislative Assembly or by any action taken under authority of an Act of the Legislative Assembly, of the title, use, or enjoyment of real property or of any right attached to real property, or of any improvement made to or upon real property, unless made whole by means of full, just and timely financial compensation, and that this section refers to any Act of the Legislative Assembly made before or after the coming into force of this section.

(2) This amendment may be cited as the Constitution Amendment, 2012 (No Expropriation in Ontario without Compensation), and reference to the Constitution Acts, 1867 to 1982, shall be deemed to include a reference to the Constitution Amendment, 2012 (No Expropriation in Ontario without Compensation). Filed April 16, 2019.

49. Mr. Hillier — That, in the opinion of this House, the College of Physicians should recognize the impact of Chronic Lyme disease on people in Ontario and free physicians to use their best judgment in treating patients with Chronic Lyme disease, including the prescribing of a regimen of antibiotic treatment beyond the current recommended guidelines without fear of reprimand. Filed April 16, 2019.

50. Mr. Hillier — That, in the opinion of this House, to ensure that Lyme disease and Chronic Lyme disease are diagnosed and treated with more effectiveness, the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care should examine the diagnosis regimen of jurisdictions that are experiencing a higher success rate for diagnoses. Filed April 16, 2019.

51. Mr. Hillier — That, in the opinion of this House, Standing Committees of this House should be compelled and required to hear all Bills ordered to them for review. Filed April 16, 2019.

52. Mr. Hillier — That, in the opinion of this House, the Standing Committee on the Legislative Assembly should be instructed to (a) consider the removal of the Government’s monopoly on calling Bills for Third Reading; (b) propose any necessary modifications to the Standing Orders and the practices of the House; and (c) report its findings to the House no later than six months following the adoption of this Order. Filed April 16, 2019.

53. Mr. Hillier — That, in the opinion of this House, the Standing Committee on the Legislative Assembly should be instructed to (a) study the cost and feasibility of streaming every committee room with simultaneous interpretation and multiple camera angles, as the Amethyst Committee room is; (b) propose any necessary modifications to the Standing Orders and the practices of the House; (c) report its findings to the House no later than six months following the adoption of this Order; and (d) in the time before these recommendations are enacted, the Legislative Assembly make available streaming of all committee rooms even if they are only streamed in one language or presented in a static wide-angle shot. Filed April 16, 2019.

54. Mr. Hillier — That, in the opinion of this House, the Standing Committee on the Legislative Assembly should be instructed to (a) consider changes to the Standing Orders which would compel the Speaker to call at least one backbench motion to be called for debate each month; (b) study the practices of other Westminster-style Parliaments with regards to backbench motions being called before the House, especially the practices that Speaker Bercow of the British House of Commons has implemented with regards to Early Day Motions; (c) propose any necessary modifications to the Standing Orders and the practices of the House; and (d) report its findings to the House no later than six months following the adoption of this Order. Filed April 16, 2019.

55. Mr. Hillier — That, in the opinion of this House, the Standing Orders and the practices of the House should be modified so that all motions and resolutions presented to the Legislative Assembly be read aloud at the time of their tabling and be included in Routine Proceedings in the time allotted for “Motions”. Filed April 16, 2019.

56. Mr. Hillier — That, in the opinion of this House, the Standing Orders and practices of this House should be changed to require night sittings in the last two weeks of every session reserved for Private Members’ Public Bills which await Third Reading and that their Third Reading be compelled in those reserved times. Filed April 16, 2019.

57. Mr. Hillier — That, in the opinion of this House, the Standing Orders and practices of this House should be changed to allow for the co-sponsorship of motions by up to four members of the House. Filed April 16, 2019.

58. Mr. Hillier — That, in the opinion of this House, the Standing Orders and the practices of the House should require that the Assembly not be adjourned earlier than 6:00 p.m., except by unanimous consent, if there are Private Members’ motions on the Order and Notices Paper that have not been debated and that those motions will be debated in the chronological order of their introduction. Debate should rotate between all parties starting with the Official Opposition; should a party not have a motion in the queue or a mover of a motion is not present at the time of debate, that party’s slot is lost in that round. Filed April 16, 2019.

59. Mr. Hillier — That, in the opinion of this House, Standing Order 43(b)(vi) should be repealed. Filed April 16, 2019.

60. Mr. Hillier — That, in the opinion of this House, Standing Order 28(d) should be amended to remove the sentence “An abstention shall not be entered in the Votes and Proceedings or the Journals” and Standing Order 28(e) should be amended to read “The names of the members voting on each side of the question and members abstaining from the question shall be entered in the Votes and Proceedings and the Journals, except on dilatory motions when the number only shall be entered.” Filed April 16, 2019.

61. Mr. Hillier — That, in the opinion of this House, the Standing Orders of the House should be amended such that any Member is permitted during Introduction of Bills to table a motion requesting a review and debate upon the merits of any regulation filed with the Registrar of Regulations; and that, if this motion is passed, the Government ensure the motion is debated within that Session of Parliament and allow up to two hours of debate. Filed April 16, 2019.

62. Mr. Hillier — That, in the opinion of this House, the Standing Orders of the House pertaining to the Standing Committee on Regulations and Private Bill should be amended to include that the Committee shall review regulations to ensure that the regulation does not make any unusual or unexpected delegation of power. Filed April 16, 2019.

63. Mr. Hillier — That, in the opinion of this House, Standing Order 69(a) should be amended to read: “Private Members’ Public Bills may be co-sponsored by up to four members of the House. It shall be the responsibility of the co-sponsors to select which among them will move the motion for Introduction and First Reading of the Bill. Any of the co-sponsors shall be entitled to move the motions for Second or Third Reading of the Bill. The names of the co-sponsors shall be indicated on the introduction copy of the Bill and shall thereafter be printed on the face of the Bill.” Filed April 16, 2019.

64. Mr. Schreiner — REASONED AMENDMENT — That the motion for Second Reading of Bill 108, An Act to amend various statutes with respect to housing, other development and various other matters be amended by deleting all the words after “That” and substituting therefore with the words “this Bill be NOT now read a Second time but be referred to the Government with instructions to incorporate the results of consultations with the public on the Endangered Species Act, and to incorporate feedback from experts and planners on the best way to increase housing supply without opening up greenspace or farmland for development.” Filed May 6, 2019.

65. Mr. Bisson — REASONED AMENDMENT — That the motion for Second Reading of Bill 107, An Act to amend the Highway Traffic Act and various other statutes in respect of transportation-related matters, be amended by deleting all the words after “That” and substituting therefore the words “this Bill be NOT now read a Second time but be referred back to the Government with instructions to first provide a report to the House explaining the rationale used to arrive at a framework for the upload of rapid transit projects in the absence of final recommendations from the Province of Ontario–City of Toronto Realignment of Transit Responsibilities Review.” Filed May 7, 2019.

66. Mr. Bisson — REASONED AMENDMENT — That the motion for Second Reading of Bill 108, An Act to amend various statutes with respect to housing, other development and various other matters, be amended by deleting all the words after “That” and substituting therefore the words “this Bill be NOT now read a Second time but be referred back to the Government with instructions to first provide a report to the House outlining the rationale for reducing municipal jurisdiction over planning while expanding the Minister’s powers to unilaterally resolve disputes.” Filed May 7, 2019.

67. Mr. Mantha — Debated and carried June 6, 2019.

69. Ms. Andrew — That, in the opinion of this House, the Ford Government should fully reverse its 50% funding cut to the Ontario Library Service-North and Southern Ontario Library Services so that libraries can maintain the current level of service provided to families, children, seniors and vulnerable populations such as newcomers and under- and unemployed people. Filed May 16, 2019.

70. Mr. Tabuns — That, in the opinion of this House, a Select Committee on Climate Change should be established immediately to develop comprehensive provincial strategies and an action plan to address climate-change related threats to our society, environment and economy. Filed May 27, 2019.

71. Mme Des Rosiers — REASONED AMENDMENT — That the motion for Second Reading of Bill 115, An Act to amend the Liquor Control Act with respect to the termination of a specified agreement, be amended by deleting all the words after “That” and substituting therefore the words “this Bill be NOT now read a Second time but be referred back to the Government with instructions to provide a report to the House outlining the cost to business and the number of jobs that will be lost due to the changes proposed by the Bill.” Filed May 28, 2019.

72. Mr. Hillier — REASONED AMENDMENT — That the motion for Second Reading of Bill 117 An act to amend the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, be amended by deleting all the words after “That” and substituting therefore the words “this Bill be NOT now be read a Second time but be referred to the Attorney General with instructions to report back to the House on if the Bill, if enacted, is inconsistent or in contravention of the ruling of the Superior Court of Justice in Bogaerts v. Attorney General of Ontario 2019.” Filed May 28, 2019.

73. Mr. Hillier — REASONED AMENDMENT — That the motion for Second Reading of Bill 115, An act to amend the Liquor Control Act with respect to the termination of a specific agreement, be amended by deleting all the words after “That” and substituting therefore the words “this Bill be NOT now read a Second time but be referred back to the Minister of Finance with a request that the Financial Accountability Officer examine and report back to the House the costs that may be incurred by the enactment of the Bill.” Filed May 28, 2019.

74. Mr. Bisson — REASONED AMENDMENT — That the motion for second reading of Bill 115, An Act to amend the Liquor Control Act with respect to the termination of a specified agreement, be amended by deleting all the words after “That” and substituting therefore the words “this Bill be NOT now read a Second time but be referred back to the Government with instructions to first provide a report to the House outlining the legal opinions it received regarding the potential liabilities related to the cancellation of the Master Framework Agreement.” Filed May 29, 2019.

75. Ms. Stiles — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should provide free menstrual products in school washrooms in an effort to ensure no student is held back because of stigma, shame or cost in accessing menstrual products. Filed May 30, 2019.

76. Mr. West — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should declare the opioid overdose crisis in Northern Ontario a public health emergency and commit funding for comprehensive, evidence-based local health and community initiatives such as harm reduction strategies, awareness programs, anti-stigma training, residential treatment, and overdose prevention services, that will address persistent health inequities in the region. Filed June 4, 2019.

77. Mr. Sandhu — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government should resume and complete the environmental assessment for the GTA West Transportation Corridor in order to alleviate congestion and provide more and better transportation options for GTA commuters. Filed June 4, 2019.

78. Ms. Andrew — That, in the opinion of this House, the Ford Government should fully reverse its decision to cut the Indigenous Culture Fund (ICF) and restore its $2.5 million in remaining funding to maintain its current level of service to Indigenous communities in keeping with the “language and culture” focus of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Call to Action. Filed June 6, 2019.

79. Ms. Andrew — That, in the opinion of this House, the Ford Government should fully reverse its cuts to Ontario Arts Council (OAC) base funding for 2018-19 and 2019-20 in an effort to maintain the current level of service to the OAC’s six priority groups identified as historically underfunded and underrepresented in the arts: Indigenous artists, artists located in regions across Ontario, artists of colour, deaf artists and artists with disabilities, Francophone artists and new generation artists (18-30 years old). Filed June 6, 2019.

80. Ms. Andrew — That, in the opinion of this House, the Ford Government should fully reverse its funding cut to the Ontario Music Fund (OMF) in an effort to maintain the OMF’s current investments in Ontario artists, artist development and job creation. Filed June 6, 2019.

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Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care

3 hrs. 15 mins.

Ministry of Education

7 hrs. 30 mins.

Ministry of Transportation

7 hrs. 30 mins.

Ministry of Infrastructure

7 hrs. 30 mins.

Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services

7 hrs. 30 mins.

Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks

7 hrs. 30 mins.

Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs

15 hrs. 00 mins.

STANDING COMMITTEE ON FINANCE AND ECONOMIC AFFAIRS

COMITÉ PERMANENT DES FINANCES ET DES AFFAIRES ÉCONOMIQUES

M42. Bill 42, An Act to amend the Automobile Insurance Rate Stabilization Act, 2003 and the Insurance Act with respect to ending discrimination in automobile insurance. Mr. Gill. Referred March 21, 2019.

M42. Projet de loi 42, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2003 sur la stabilisation des taux d’assurance-automobile et la Loi sur les assurances en ce qui concerne l’élimination de la discrimination en matière d’assurance-automobile. M. Gill. Renvoyé le 21 mars 2019.

M55. Bill 55, An Act to amend various Acts with respect to the disclosure of confidential information. Mr. Crawford. Referred November 29, 2018.

M55. Projet de loi 55, Loi modifiant diverses lois en ce qui concerne la divulgation des renseignements personnels. M. Crawford. Renvoyé le 29 novembre 2018.

M88. Bill 88, An Act to amend the Planning Act. Mr. Downey. Referred May 30, 2019.

M88. Projet de loi 88, Loi modifiant la Loi sur l’aménagement du territoire. M. Downey. Renvoyé le 30 mai 2019.

M101. Bill 101, An Act to amend the Government Advertising Act, 2004. Mr. Natyshak. Referred May 9, 2019.

M101. Projet de loi 101, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2004 sur la publicité gouvernementale. M. Natyshak. Renvoyé le 9 mai 2019.

M114. Bill 114, An Act to provide for the development of a provincial paediatric hospice palliative care strategy. Ms. Shaw. Referred May 30, 2019.

M114. Projet de loi 114, Loi prévoyant l’élaboration d’une stratégie provinciale des soins palliatifs pédiatriques. Mme Shaw. Renvoyé le 30 mai 2019.

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COMITÉ PERMANENT DES AFFAIRES GOUVERNEMENTALES

M3. Bill 3, An Act providing for the development of a provincial framework on hospice palliative care. Mr. Oosterhoff. Referred July 26, 2018.

M3. Projet de loi 3, Loi prévoyant l’élaboration d’un cadre provincial des soins palliatifs. M. Oosterhoff. Renvoyé le 26 juillet 2018.

M38. Bill 38, An Act to amend the Business Corporations Act and the Real Estate and Business Brokers Act, 2002 with respect to personal real estate corporations. Mr. Bailey. Referred October 18, 2018.

M38. Projet de loi 38, Loi modifiant la Loi sur les sociétés par actions et la Loi de 2002 sur le courtage commercial et immobilier relativement aux sociétés personnelles immobilières. M. Bailey. Renvoyé le 18 octobre 2018.

M61. Bill 61, An Act to proclaim Eating Disorders Awareness Week. Ms. Andrew. Referred December 6, 2018.

M61. Projet de loi 61, Loi proclamant la Semaine de la sensibilisation aux troubles de l’alimentation. Mme Andrew. Renvoyé le 6 décembre 2018.

M63. Bill 63, An Act to enact the Right to Timely Mental Health and Addiction Care for Children and Youth Act, 2018. Ms. Karpoche. Referred February 21, 2019.

M63. Projet de loi 63, Loi édictant la Loi de 2018 sur le droit des enfants et des jeunes à des soins de santé mentale et au traitement de toxicomanies en temps opportun. Mme Karpoche. Renvoyé le 21 février 2019.

M69. Bill 69, An Act to amend the Planning Act. Ms. Park. Referred February 28, 2019.

M69. Projet de loi 69, Loi modifiant la Loi sur l’aménagement du territoire. Mme Park. Renvoyé le 28 février 2019.

M70. Bill 70, An Act respecting the regulation of Registered Professional Planners. Mr. Coe. Referred February 28, 2019.

M70. Projet de loi 70, Loi concernant la réglementation des urbanistes certifiés. M. Coe. Renvoyé le 28 février 2019.

M71. Bill 71, An Act to conserve the Paris Galt Moraine by providing for the Paris Galt Moraine Conservation Plan. Mr. Schreiner. Referred March 7, 2019.

M71. Projet de loi 71, Loi visant à conserver la moraine de Paris Galt grâce au Plan de conservation de la moraine de Paris Galt. M. Schreiner. Renvoyé le 7 mars 2019.

M76. Bill 76, An Act to ensure that the laws of Ontario are in harmony with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Mr. Mamakwa. Referred March 21, 2019.

M76. Projet de loi 76, Loi visant à assurer l’harmonie des lois de l’Ontario avec la Déclaration des Nations Unies sur les droits des peuples autochtones. M. Mamakwa. Renvoyé le 21 mars 2019.

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STANDING COMMITTEE ON JUSTICE POLICY

COMITÉ PERMANENT DE LA JUSTICE

M10. Bill 10, An Act to amend the Fire Protection and Prevention Act, 1997 and the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005 in relation to rescue and emergency services training for firefighters and firefighter trainees. Ms. French. Referred November 1, 2018.

M10. Projet de loi 10, Loi modifiant la Loi de 1997 sur la prévention et la protection contre l’incendie et la Loi de 2005 sur les collèges privés d’enseignement professionnel en ce qui concerne la formation des pompiers et des élèves pompiers en services de sauvetage et d’urgence. Mme French. Renvoyé le 1er novembre 2018.

M46. Bill 46, An Act to amend various Acts to impose sanctions for persons convicted of terrorist activities. Mr. Smith (Peterborough—Kawartha). Referred November 15, 2018.

M46. Projet de loi 46, Loi modifiant diverses lois pour imposer des sanctions aux personnes déclarées coupables d’activités terroristes. M. Smith (Peterborough—Kawartha). Renvoyé le 15 novembre 2018.

M65. Bill 65, An Act to establish the Companion Animal Wellness Review Committee. Ms. Hogarth. Referred March 7, 2019.

M65. Projet de loi 65, Loi constituant le Comité d’examen du bien-être des animaux de compagnie. Mme Hogarth. Renvoyé le 7 mars 2019.

M78. Bill 78, An Act to amend various Acts with respect to the publication of notices in newspapers. Ms. Ghamari. Referred March 28, 2019.

M78. Projet de loi 78, Loi modifiant diverses lois en ce qui concerne la publication d’avis dans les journaux. Mme Ghamari. Renvoyé le 28 mars 2019.

M84. Bill 84, An Act to amend the Legislative Assembly Act respecting demonstrations that promote hatred on legislative precinct grounds. Mr. Baber. Referred April 4, 2019.

M84. Projet de loi 84, Loi modifiant la Loi sur l’Assemblée législative à l’égard des manifestations qui fomentent la haine sur les terrains de la cité législative. M. Baber. Renvoyé le 4 avril 2019.

M97. Bill 97, An Act to proclaim Genocide Awareness, Commemoration, Prevention and Education Month. Mr. Babikian. Referred May 9, 2019.

M97. Projet de loi 97, Loi proclamant le Mois de la sensibilisation, de la commémoration, de la prévention et de l’éducation à l’égard des génocides. M. Babikian. Renvoyé le 9 mai 2019.

M102. Bill 102, An Act to amend the Health Protection and Promotion Act, the Home Care and Community Services Act, 1994 and the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care Act. Ms. Sattler. Referred May 2, 2019.

M102. Projet de loi 102, Loi modifiant la Loi sur la protection et la promotion de la santé, la Loi de 1994 sur les services de soins à domicile et les services communautaires et la Loi sur le ministère de la Santé et des Soins de longue durée. Mme Sattler. Renvoyé le 2 mai 2019.

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STANDING COMMITTEE ON THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY

COMITÉ PERMANENT DE L’ASSEMBLÉE LÉGISLATIVE

M7. Bill 7, An Act to regulate the price of petroleum products. Mr. Bisson. Referred September 13, 2018.

M7. Projet de loi 7, Loi réglementant le prix des produits pétroliers. M. Bisson. Renvoyé le 13 septembre 2018.

M9. Bill 9, An Act to proclaim an awareness day for posttraumatic stress disorder. Mr. Bouma. Referred August 2, 2018.

M9. Projet de loi 9, Loi proclamant une journée de sensibilisation à l’état de stress post-traumatique. M. Bouma. Renvoyé le 2 août 2018.

M11. Bill 11, An Act to provide for safety measures respecting movable soccer goals. Mr. Cho (Willowdale). Referred August 2, 2018.

M11. Projet de loi 11, Loi prévoyant des mesures de sécurité pour les buts de soccer mobiles. M. Cho (Willowdale). Renvoyé le 2 août 2018.

M40. Bill 40, An Act to amend the Human Rights Code with respect to genetic characteristics. Miss Mitas. Referred October 18, 2018.

M40. Projet de loi 40, Loi modifiant le Code des droits de la personne en ce qui a trait aux caractéristiques génétiques. Mlle Mitas. Renvoyé le 18 octobre 2018.

M41. Bill 41, An Act to amend the Highway Traffic Act to exempt Sikh motorcyclists from the requirement to wear a helmet. Mr. Sarkaria. Referred October 18, 2018.

M41. Projet de loi 41, Loi modifiant le Code de la route pour exempter les motocyclistes sikhs de l’obligation de porter un casque. M. Sarkaria. Renvoyé le 18 octobre 2018.

M50. Bill 50, An Act to amend the Highway Traffic Act. Mr. Harris. Referred November 22, 2018.

M50. Projet de loi 50, Loi modifiant le Code de la route. M. Harris. Renvoyé le 22 novembre 2018.

M60. Bill 60, An Act to amend the Ministry of Community and Social Services Act to establish the Social Assistance Research Commission. Mr. Miller (Hamilton East—Stoney Creek) and Mr. Bailey. Referred May 16, 2019.

M60. Projet de loi 60, Loi modifiant la Loi sur le ministère des Services sociaux et communautaires afin de créer la Commission de recherche sur l’aide sociale. M. Miller (Hamilton-Est—Stoney Creek) et M. Bailey. Renvoyé le 16 mai 2019.

M77. Bill 77, An Act to proclaim a month to celebrate Hellenic heritage in Ontario. Ms. Triantafilopoulos. Referred March 28, 2019.

M77. Projet de loi 77, Loi proclamant un mois pour célébrer le patrimoine hellénique en Ontario. Mme Triantafilopoulos. Renvoyé le 28 mars 2019.

M79. Bill 79, An Act to amend the Algoma University Act, 2008. Mr. Romano. Referred March 21, 2019.

M79. Projet de loi 79, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2008 sur l’Université Algoma. M. Romano. Renvoyé le 21 mars 2019.

M89. Bill 89, An Act to amend the Highway Traffic Act to ensure the Dutch reach method is included in driver education programs. Ms. Stiles. Referred April 18, 2019.

M89. Projet de loi 89, Loi modifiant le Code de la route pour assurer l’intégration de la méthode d’ouverture pivot dans les programmes de conduite automobile. Mme Stiles. Renvoyé le 18 avril 2019.

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STANDING COMMITTEE ON REGULATIONS AND PRIVATE BILLS

COMITÉ PERMANENT DES RÈGLEMENTS ET DES PROJETS DE LOI D’INTÉRÊT PRIVÉ

Pr6. Bill Pr6, An Act to Revive Abitare Design Inc. Ms. Karpoche. Referred February 28, 2019.

M6. Bill 6, An Act to establish the Poet Laureate of Ontario in memory of Gord Downie. Mr. Hatfield. Referred September 20, 2018.

M6. Projet de loi 6, Loi visant à créer la charge de poète officiel de l’Ontario à la mémoire de Gord Downie. M. Hatfield. Renvoyé le 20 septembre 2018.

M28. Bill 28, An Act respecting a voluntary program for the alternate use of agricultural land and the production of ecosystem services on that land. Mr. Barrett. Referred September 27, 2018.

M28. Projet de loi 28, Loi concernant un programme volontaire pour la diversification des modes d’utilisation des terres agricoles et la production de services écosystémiques sur ces terres. M. Barrett. Renvoyé le 27 septembre 2018.

M33. Bill 33, An Act governing the identification of truss and lightweight construction in buildings. Mr. Pettapiece. Referred October 4, 2018.

M33. Projet de loi 33, Loi régissant l’identification des composants structuraux à ossature légère incorporés aux bâtiments. M. Pettapiece. Renvoyé le 4 octobre 2018.

M64. Bill 64, An Act to amend the Services and Supports to Promote the Social Inclusion of Persons with Developmental Disabilities Act, 2008 respecting transition to adult developmental services and supports. Mrs. Gretzky. Referred February 21, 2019.

M64. Projet de loi 64, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2008 sur les services et soutiens favorisant l’inclusion sociale des personnes ayant une déficience intellectuelle en ce qui concerne la transition vers des services et soutiens à l’intention des adultes ayant une telle déficience. Mme Gretzky. Renvoyé le 21 février 2019.

M104. Bill 104, An Act to proclaim Tamil Genocide Education Week. Mr. Thanigasalam. Referred May 16, 2019.

M104. Projet de loi 104, Loi proclamant la Semaine de sensibilisation au génocide des Tamouls. M. Thanigasalam. Renvoyé le 16 mai 2019.

M118. Bill 118, An Act to amend the Occupiers’ Liability Act. Mr. Miller (Parry Sound—Muskoka). Referred June 6, 2019.

M118. Projet de loi 118, Loi modifiant la Loi sur la responsabilité des occupants. M. Miller (Parry Sound—Muskoka). Renvoyé le 6 juin 2019.

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STANDING COMMITTEE ON SOCIAL POLICY

COMITÉ PERMANENT DE LA POLITIQUE SOCIALE

M39. Bill 39, An Act to require the establishment of an Accessible Parking and Towing Industry Review Committee. Mrs. Martow. Referred October 25, 2018.

M39. Projet de loi 39, Loi exigeant la constitution d’un comité d’examen du stationnement accessible et du secteur de remorquage. Mme Martow. Renvoyé le 25 octobre 2018.

M51. Bill 51, An Act to amend the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007, to give preference to veterans for access to beds. Mrs. Stevens. Referred November 15, 2018.

M51. Projet de loi 51, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2007 sur les foyers de soins de longue durée pour accorder la préférence aux anciens combattants qui veulent avoir accès à des lits. Mme Stevens. Renvoyé le 15 novembre 2018.

M56. Bill 56, An Act to amend the Highway Traffic Act in respect of seat belts on school buses. Ms. Wynne. Referred November 29, 2018.

M56. Projet de loi 56, Loi modifiant le Code de la route en ce qui concerne les ceintures de sécurité dans les autobus scolaires. Mme Wynne. Renvoyé le 29 novembre 2018.

M59. Bill 59, An Act to enact the Caregiver Recognition Act, 2018. Mr. Roberts. Referred December 6, 2018.

M59. Projet de loi 59, Loi édictant la Loi de 2018 sur la reconnaissance de l’apport des aidants naturels. M. Roberts. Renvoyé le 6 décembre 2018.

M75. Bill 75, An Act to enact the 9-1-1 Everywhere in Ontario Act, 2019 and to amend the Ombudsman Act to create an Assistant Ombudsman responsible for the oversight of 9-1-1 operations. Mme Gélinas. Referred May 9, 2019.

M75. Projet de loi 75, Loi édictant la Loi de 2019 sur le 9-1-1 partout en Ontario et modifiant la Loi sur l’ombudsman pour créer le poste d’ombudsman adjoint chargé de surveiller les activités du système 9-1-1. Mme Gélinas. Renvoyé le 9 mai 2019.

M83. Bill 83, An Act to proclaim a Day of Remembrance and Action on Islamophobia. Ms. Berns-McGown. Referred April 4, 2019.

M83. Projet de loi 83, Loi proclamant la Journée de commémoration et d’action contre l’islamophobie. Mme Berns-McGown. Renvoyé le 4 avril 2019.

M105. Bill 105, An Act with respect to the training required of police officers and others. Ms. Kusendova. Referred May 16, 2019.

M105. Projet de loi 105, Loi relative à la formation requise des agents de police et autre personnel policier. Mme Kusendova. Renvoyé le 16 mai 2019.

M106. Bill 106, An Act to proclaim the month of July as Egyptian Heritage Month. Mr. Sabawy. Referred June 6, 2019.

M106. Projet de loi 106, Loi proclamant le mois de juillet Mois du patrimoine égyptien. M. Sabawy. Renvoyé le 6 juin 2019.

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QUESTIONS

QUESTIONS

Questions are to appear on the day after they are received and on every subsequent day in that week and then subsequently only on each Monday until an Answer other than an Interim Answer is received. A question first appearing on a Thursday will appear on each day of the following week.

Les questions seront publiées le jour suivant leur réception et tous les jours de la semaine. Elles seront ensuite publiées tous les lundis jusqu’à ce qu’une réponse autre qu’une réponse provisoire soit reçue. Une question publiée le jeudi pour la première fois sera publiée tous les jours de la semaine suivante.

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93. Ms. Bell — Answered June 3, 2019.

97. Mr. Hillier — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care provide for each of the five previous fiscal years how many OHIP claims were rejected because of each of these reasons: no OHIP coverage, invalid number, or an incorrect version code. April 10, 2019.

98. Ms. Hunter — Answered June 4, 2019.

99. Mr. Hillier — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care provide for each of the 5 previous fiscal years the number of OHIP claims submitted by physicians in private practice, and what number were paid out to physicians, and what percentage of claims were rejected, and what was their total value in dollars. April 11, 2019.

100. Mr. Hillier — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care provide for each of the 5 previous fiscal years how many Ontario residents have been treated out of country through the Out-of-Country Prior-approval process (OOC) for services that either weren’t available in Ontario, or were not available in a timely manner. April 11, 2019.

101. Mr. Hillier — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care provide for each of the 5 previous fiscal years how many Ontario residents have been treated out of province through the Out-of-Province Prior-approval process (OOP) for services that either weren’t available in Ontario, or were not available in a timely manner. April 11, 2019.

102. Mrs. Gretzky — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care please provide a specific timeline for the implementation of the amendment to Health Insurance Act - Regulation 552: General. April 11, 2019.

103. Mrs. Gretzky — Answered June 6, 2019.

104. Mrs. Gretzky — Answered June 6, 2019.

105. Ms. French — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Infrastructure please describe what contingency plans exist should Bondfield Construction Company Inc., currently under creditor protection, be unable to fulfill its contractual obligations with respect to several public-private partnership projects procured by Infrastructure Ontario, and what costs could be incurred by the provincial government or its agencies as a consequence. April 16, 2019.

106. Ms. Morrison — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Children, Community and Social Services provide the total amount budgeted in fiscal year 2019/2020 for all programs, services and transfer payments within her Ministry which were previously funded under the Ministry of the Status of Women. April 16, 2019.

107. Ms. Morrison — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Children, Community and Social Services provide details of funding allocated and spent for the Investing in Women’s Futures Fund for fiscal year 2018/2019 and how much has been budgeted for this fund for fiscal year 2019/2020. April 16, 2019.

108. Ms. Lindo — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Solicitor General please provide details of the actions taken with the Anti-Racism Directorate since June 2018. April 30, 2019.

109. Ms. Lindo — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Solicitor General please provide details of the meetings related to the Anti-Racism Directorate and any meeting notes from said meetings, whether internal or with external stakeholders. April 30, 2019.

110. Ms. Lindo — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Solicitor General please provide details of the plans and/or strategies developed and implemented with the Anti-Racism Directorate and the Black Youth Action Plan since June 2018. April 30, 2019.

111. Ms. Lindo — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Solicitor General please advise what actions and programs will be continued with the Anti-Racism Directorate and the strategy being implemented since June 2018. April 30, 2019.

112. Ms. Lindo — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Solicitor General please advise of all the data collected regarding the Anti-Racism Directorate and/or anti-racism work and provide the report and analysis of the data collected to date. April 30, 2019.

113. Ms. Karpoche — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Finance please provide all definitions of “new rental units” as per the 2018 Fall Economic Statement, “reintroduction of the rent control exemption that will apply to new rental units first occupied after today”. April 30, 2019.

114. Ms. Karpoche — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care please provide a copy of the evaluation and/or scoring criteria used to determine the eligibility for Consumption and Treatment Service funding, including any and all rubrics, scoring cards, and/or weighting systems used to evaluate/score applications. April 30, 2019.

115. Ms. Karpoche — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care please advise what the total number of Consumption and Treatment Service applications the Ministry has received to date. April 30, 2019.

116. Ms. Karpoche — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care please advise on the total amount of funding granted to Consumption and Treatment Service applicants approved on March 29 2019. April 30, 2019.

117. Ms. Lindo — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Solicitor General please provide details of the anti-racism initiatives continued and implemented since June 2018. May 1, 2019.

118. Ms. Lindo — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Solicitor General please provide details of meetings since June 2018 related to Ontario’s anti-racism strategies, and any meeting notes from said meetings, whether internal or with external stakeholders. May 1, 2019.

119. Ms. Lindo — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Solicitor General please provide details of anti-racism strategies, including implementation timelines. May 1, 2019.

120. Ms. Lindo — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Solicitor General please provide race-based data for government employees and appointees, and advise of strategies to diversify public employees and appointees. May 1, 2019.

121. Mme Des Rosiers — No response; Member resigned July 31, 2019.

122. Mme Des Rosiers — No response; Member resigned July 31, 2019.

123. Mme Des Rosiers — No response; Member resigned July 31, 2019.

124. Mme Des Rosiers — No response; Member resigned July 31, 2019.

125. Mme Des Rosiers — No response; Member resigned July 31, 2019.

126. Ms. French — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport provide specific rationale as to why Durham Region does not qualify for the Ontario Film and Television Tax Credit (OFTTC) 10% Regional Bonus that is available to productions shot outside the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), despite the fact that much of Durham Region is of comparable distance from Toronto film studios as other jurisdictions that do successfully qualify for the same OFTTC Regional Bonus. May 1, 2019.

127. Ms. French — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Infrastructure confirm or provide details as to whether the Minister will support the Town of Erin and provide the necessary funding for the implementation phase of the Town’s municipally-owned wastewater treatment facility along with a specific timeline of when the Town can expect the funds. May 1, 2019.

128. Ms. French — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Transportation provide the status of the community asset inventories developed collaboratively with the Anishinabek Nation and provide a detailed time frame and plan for the roll out of the asset inventories to communities across the four regions that will serve as test cases. May 1, 2019.

129. Ms. French — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Infrastructure provide details and confirm that the Province of Ontario has a climate change plan in place that the Federal Government has confirmed will satisfy the Federal Government’s requisite condition for securing the transfer of over $1.4 billion in infrastructure dollars to Ontario’s municipalities as Phase 2 of the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Plan. May 1, 2019.

130. Ms. French — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Transportation please provide the status of the GTA West Corridor Environmental Assessment process and outline the Ministry’s plans, decisions, timelines and estimated completion date for the corridor including specifically – but not limited to – details about highways and a dedicated transit right-of-way, as well as confirm whether funding has been set aside for the highway in its 10-year infrastructure plan, and if so, how much. May 1, 2019.

131. Mme Des Rosiers — Pas de réponse; Députée a démissionné le 31 juillet 2019.

132. Mr. Hatfield — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Finance please advise if there has been any grant of governmental approval or appointment of Ontario Horse Racing as the sole authority for the entire racing industry. May 7, 2019.

133. Mr. Hatfield — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Finance please advise if there has been Ministerial approval of the Long Term Funding Agreements as set out in the recent amendment to the OLG Act 1999. May 7, 2019.

134. Ms. Hunter — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade inform the House as to, with regards to polls administrated by the government since June 29, 2018, broken down by department or agency: (a) how many public opinion polls have been administered; (b) what amount has been spent on polls; and (c) what are the details of each poll administered, including (i) start and end date, (ii) pollster or vendor, (iii) list of all poll questions and subjects, (iv) results of each poll. May 14, 2019.

135. Mme Gélinas — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care please indicate when she intends to publically release the final report of the Task Force on Environmental Health which was submitted to the Ministry in December 2018. May 16, 2019.

136. Mme Gélinas — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Health and Long Term Care please share what steps have been taken to implement the nineteen recommendations on the delivery of health care for Ontarians living with a diagnosed or undiagnosed rare disease as outlined in the Final Report presented by the Rare Diseases Working Group on March 10, 2017. May 16, 2019.

137. Ms. Bell — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Transportation provide a summary of the changes to ridership growth projections of the Hurontario LRT as a result of the removal of the three stop Mississauga loop. May 27, 2019.

138. Ms. Bell — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Transportation provide a copy of the 2018 Vendor Performance Report of Jacobs for its consulting work for Metrolinx. May 27, 2019.

139. Ms. Bell — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Transportation provide an estimate of the operating costs, ridership projections, and cost of each of the four transit projects (Ontario Line, Line 2 East Extension, Eglinton West LRT, Sheppard East Extension) identified in the transit proposal outlined in the 2019 Budget. May 27, 2019.

140. Ms. Bell — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Ministry of Transportation provide the proposed alignment and the location of the stations/stops for the proposed Ontario Line. May 27, 2019.

141. Mme Des Rosiers — No response; Member resigned July 31, 2019.

142. Mme Des Rosiers — No response; Member resigned July 31, 2019.

143. Mme Des Rosiers — No response; Member resigned July 31, 2019.

144. Mr. Burch — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing indicate what actions he intend to take to address concerns raised by Canadians for Properly Built Homes and other consumer advocates concerning inadequate or inconsistent Ontario Building Code inspections during new home construction, and what are the timelines and funding for such actions, if any. May 29, 2019.

145. Ms. Singh (Brampton Centre) — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Attorney General indicate what actions she intends to take to address concerns raised by Canadians for Properly Built Homes and other consumer advocates about access to justice at the Licence Appeal Tribunal, and what are the timelines or funding for such actions, if any. May 30, 2019.

146. Ms. French — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Transportation inform the House as to the status of the planned GO expansion to Bowmanville including the expected completion date of the project. June 5, 2019.

147. Ms. French — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Transportation provide the breakdown of revenue generated from the tolls on the 407 East Extension and 412; and, further, provide the isolated revenue from the 412 only. June 5, 2019.

148. Mr. Rakocevic — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Government and Consumer Services indicate what actions he intends to take to address concerns raised by Canadians for Properly Built Homes and other consumer advocates concerning the nearly $600 million the Tarion Warranty Corporation has accumulated in its guarantee fund representing unspent fees ultimately collected from new home buyers, despite estimating its future warranty liabilities at less than half of this, and what are the timelines or funding for such actions, if any. June 6, 2019.

149. Mr. Rakocevic — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Government and Consumer Services please share what steps have been taken to implement the recommendation of the Honorable Justice Douglas Cunningham in his review of the Ontario New Home Warranties Plan Act, released in his final report on March 28, 2017 that the Government provide new home buyers with access to neutral and independent adjudication delivered by a body separate from the warranty provider, in order to resolve disputes between consumers and their builders and the Tarion Warranty Corporation, and what are the timelines or funding for such actions, if any. June 6, 2019.

150. Mr. Rakocevic — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Government and Consumer Services indicate what actions he intends to take to address concerns raised by Canadians for Properly Built Homes and other consumer advocates concerning whether or not the Tarion Warranty Corporation will finally be required to publicly disclose the salaries of its executives and board members, and whether Tarion will be subject to the same “Sunshine List” salary disclosure requirements as public sector employees under the Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act, and what are the timelines or funding for such actions, if any. June 6, 2019.

151. Ms. Singh (Brampton Centre) — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care explain, (considering that on April 15, 2019, correspondence from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care to Ameek Singh was received stating that The Premier’s Council on Improving Healthcare and Ending Hallway Medicine is receiving input through regional focus group sessions with front line providers and patients in communities across Ontario through early spring and that there was no specific session planned for Brampton), why Brampton was not included in the consultation to end hallway medicine, given that Brampton receives the least per capita healthcare funding allocation by the province of Ontario. Furthermore: (a) When is the next report expected to be published on the regional focus group sessions and are any consultations from Brampton included in this report; (b) If recommendations in the Premier’s Council report were not made for Brampton, what is the government’s plan in addressing hallway healthcare and the capacity issues in Brampton; (c) If there is no plan for Brampton to receive additional healthcare funding, why will Brampton not receive any additional funding. June 6, 2019.

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Order of Precedence for Private Members' Public Business to be called during the First Session of the Forty-second Parliament according to the draw on July 11, 2018, pursuant to Standing Order 98(b).

Ordre de priorité des affaires d’intérêt public émanant des députés à être étudiées pendant la première session de la Quarante-deuxième législature d'après le tirage au sort tenu le 11 juillet 2018, conformément à l’alinéa 98 b) du Règlement.

Effective June 20, 2019 / replaces previous lists

No.

Member

Latest Notice Date

Ballot Date

1.

Ms. Dunlop

notice waived

Debated 07/26/18

2.

Mrs. Fee

notice waived

Debated 07/26/18

3.

Mr. Oosterhoff

notice waived

Debated 07/26/18

4.

Ms. Horwath

notice waived

Debated 08/02/18

5.

Mr. Bouma

notice waived

Debated 08/02/18

6.

Mr. Cho (Willowdale)

notice waived

Debated 08/02/18

7.

Mr. Yarde

notice waived

Debated 08/09/18

8.

Ms. Armstrong

notice waived

Debated 08/09/18

9.

Mr. Anand

notice waived

Debated 08/09/18

10.

Mr. Walker

notice waived

Debated 09/13/18

11.

Mr. Bisson

notice waived

Debated 09/13/18

12.

Mr. Kramp

notice waived

Debated 09/13/18

13.

Mr. Hatfield

08/13/18

Debated 09/20/18

14.

Mr. Piccini

08/13/18

Debated 09/20/18

15.

Miss Taylor

08/13/18

Debated 09/20/18

16.

Mr. Barrett

09/12/18

Debated 09/27/18

17.

Mr. Burch

09/12/18

Debated 09/27/18

18.

Ms. Morrison

09/12/18

Debated 09/27/18

19.

Mlle Simard

09/19/18

Debated 10/04/18

20.

Mr. Pettapiece

09/19/18

Debated 10/04/18

21.

Ms. Hunter

09/19/18

Debated 10/04/18

22.

Mr. Bailey

10/03/18

Debated 10/18/18

23.

Miss Mitas

10/03/18

Debated 10/18/18

24.

Mr. Sarkaria

10/03/18

Debated 10/18/18

25.

Mr. Tabuns

10/03/18

Debated 10/25/18

26.

Mrs. Martow

10/03/18

Debated 10/25/18

27.

Mr. Fraser

10/03/18

Debated 10/25/18

28.

Mr. Singh (Brampton East)

10/17/18

Debated 11/01/18

29.

Ms. French

10/17/18

Debated 11/01/18

30.

Ms. Begum

10/17/18

Debated 11/01/18

31.

Mrs. Stevens

10/31/18

Debated 11/15/18

32.

Mr. Vanthof

10/31/18

Debated 11/15/18

33.

Mr. Smith (Peterborough—Kawartha)

10/31/18

Debated 11/15/18

34.

Mme Des Rosiers

10/31/18

Debated 11/22/18

35.

Miss Surma

10/31/18

Debated 11/22/18

36.

Mr. Harris

10/31/18

Debated 11/22/18

37.

Mr. Crawford

11/14/18

Debated 11/29/18

38.

Mr. McDonell

11/14/18

Debated 11/29/18

39.

Ms. Wynne

11/14/18

Debated 11/29/18

40.

Mr. Gates

11/21/18

Debated 12/06/18

41.

Ms. Andrew

11/21/18

Debated 12/06/18

42.

Mr. Roberts

11/21/18

Debated 12/06/18

43.

Mr. Arthur

12/19/18

Debated 02/21/19

44.

Ms. Karpoche

12/19/18

Debated 02/21/19

45.

Mrs. Gretzky

12/19/18

Debated 02/21/19

46.

Mr. Hassan

12/19/18

Debated 02/28/19

47.

Mr. Coe

notice waived

Debated 02/28/19

48.

Ms. Park

notice waived

Debated 02/28/19

49.

Ms. Hogarth

02/20/19

Debated 03/07/19

50.

Ms. Skelly

02/20/19

Debated 03/07/19

51.

Mr. Schreiner

02/20/19

Debated 03/07/19

52.

Mr. Mamakwa

03/06/19

Debated 03/21/19

53.

Mr. Gill

03/06/19

Debated 03/21/19

54.

Mr. Romano

03/06/19

Debated 03/21/19

55.

Ms. Ghamari

03/06/19

Debated 03/28/19

56.

Ms. Triantafilopoulos

03/06/19

Debated 03/28/19

57.

Mr. Glover

03/06/19

Debated 03/28/19

58.

Ms. Berns-McGown

03/20/19

Debated 04/04/19

59.

Mr. Baber

03/20/19

Debated 04/04/19

60.

Ms. Lindo

03/20/19

Debated 04/04/19

61.

Mr. Kernaghan

04/03/19

Debated 04/18/19

62.

Mr. Rakocevic

04/03/19

Debated 04/18/19

63.

Ms. Stiles

04/03/19

Debated 04/18/19

64.

Mr. Coteau

04/17/19

Debated 05/02/19

65.

Ms. Sattler

notice waived

Debated 05/02/19

66.

Mme Lalonde

04/17/19

Debated 05/02/19

67.

Mr. Babikian

04/17/19

Debated 05/09/19

68.

Mme Gélinas

04/17/19

Debated 05/09/19

69.

Mr. Natyshak

04/17/19

Debated 05/09/19

70.

Mr. Miller (Hamilton East—Stoney Creek)

05/01/19

Debated 05/16/19

71.

Ms. Kusendova

05/01/19

Debated 05/16/19

72.

Mr. Thanigasalam

05/01/19

Debated 05/16/19

73.

Mr. Harden

05/15/19

Debated 05/30/19

74.

Mr. Downey

05/15/19

Debated 05/30/19

75.

Ms. Shaw

05/15/19

Debated 05/30/19

*76.

Mr. Miller (Parry Sound—Muskoka)

notice waived

Debated 06/06/19

*77.

Mr. Sabawy

05/15/19

Debated 06/06/19

*78.

Mr. Mantha

05/15/19

Debated 06/06/19

*79.

Mr. Gravelle

notice waived

10/31/19

*80.

Mr. West

06/05/19

10/31/19

*81.

Ms. Khanjin

06/05/19

10/31/19

*82.

Mr. Bourgouin

06/05/19

11/07/19

*83.

Mr. Pang

06/05/19

11/07/19

*84.

Mrs. Tangri

06/05/19

11/07/19

*85.

Mr. Sandhu

11/06/19

11/21/19

*86.

Mrs. Martin

11/06/19

11/21/19

*87.

Mr. Nicholls

11/06/19

11/21/19

*88.

Mrs. Wai

11/06/19

11/28/19

*89.

Ms. McKenna

11/06/19

11/28/19

*90.

Ms. Singh (Brampton Centre)

11/06/19

11/28/19

*91.

Mr. Cuzzetto

11/20/19

12/05/19

*92.

Mr. Kanapathi

11/20/19

12/05/19

*93.

Ms. Monteith-Farrell

11/20/19

12/05/19

*94.

Ms. Bell

11/27/19

12/12/19

*95.

Ms. Fife

11/27/19

12/12/19

*96.

Mrs. Karahalios

11/27/19

12/12/19

*97.

Mr. Hillier

12/11/19

02/20/20

*98.

Mr. Ke

12/11/19

02/20/20

*99.

Mr. Rasheed

12/11/19

02/20/20

*100.

Mr. Parsa

12/11/19

02/27/20

*101.

Mr. Wilson

12/11/19

02/27/20

       

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