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Feuilleton et Avis

No. 33

Interim

No 33

Intérim

2nd Session
42nd Parliament

2e session
42e législature

Tuesday

February 22, 2022

Mardi

22 février 2022

TODAY’S BUSINESS

TRAVAUX DU JOUR

9:00 A.M.
9 H
PRAYERS
PRIÈRES

ORDERS OF THE DAY

ORDRE DU JOUR

TO BE ANNOUNCED.

ANNONCÉ ULTÉRIEUREMENT.

10:15 A.M.
10 H 15

MORNING ROUTINE

AFFAIRES DU MATIN

Members’ Statements

Déclarations des députées et députés

Introduction of Visitors

Présentation des visiteuses et visiteurs

Question Period

Période de questions

Deferred Votes

Votes différés

Recess

Pause

3:00 P.M.
15 H

AFTERNOON ROUTINE

AFFAIRES DE L’APRÈS-MIDI

Introduction of Visitors

Présentation des visiteuses et visiteurs

Reports by Committees

Rapports de comités

Introduction of Bills

Dépôt de projets de loi

Statements by the Ministry and Responses

Déclarations ministérielles et réponses

Motions

Motions

Petitions

Pétitions

ORDERS OF THE DAY

ORDRE DU JOUR

TO BE ANNOUNCED.

ANNONCÉ ULTÉRIEUREMENT.

6:00 P.M.
18 H

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ PUBLIC BUSINESS

AFFAIRES D’INTÉRÊT PUBLIC ÉMANANT DES DÉPUTÉES ET DÉPUTÉS

Ballot Item Number 22
Billet de député numéro 22

M76. Second Reading of Bill 76, An Act to enact the Lifejackets for Life Act, 2021. Mr. Miller (Parry Sound—Muskoka).

M76. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 76, Loi édictant la Loi de 2021 sur le port obligatoire du gilet de sauvetage par les enfants. M. Miller (Parry Sound—Muskoka).

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.

M2. Second Reading of Bill 2, An Act with respect to safe zones for hospitals, other health facilities, schools and child care centres. Mr. Fraser. PRINTED.

M2. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 2, Loi portant sur les zones sécuritaires des hôpitaux, des autres établissements de santé, des écoles et des centres de garde. M. Fraser. IMPRIMÉ.

M4. Second Reading of Bill 4, An Act to amend the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 to require reporting on the implementation of the recommendations of Ontario’s Long-Term Care COVID-19 Commission. Mr. Fraser. PRINTED.

M4. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 4, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2007 sur les foyers de soins de longue durée pour exiger la communication de renseignements sur la mise en oeuvre des recommandations de la Commission ontarienne d’enquête sur la COVID-19 dans les foyers de soins de longue durée. M. Fraser. IMPRIMÉ.

M6. Second Reading of Bill 6, An Act to amend the Employment Standards Act, 2000 with respect to reprisals respecting the vaccination status of employees. Mr. Baber. PRINTED.

M6. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 6, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2000 sur les normes d’emploi en ce qui concerne l’interdiction d’exercer des représailles en raison du statut vaccinal des employés. M. Baber. IMPRIMÉ.

M7. Second Reading of Bill 7, An Act to amend the Employment Standards Act, 2000 with respect to personal emergency leave and the establishment of an employer support program for such leave. Mr. Fraser. PRINTED.

M7. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 7, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2000 sur les normes d’emploi en ce qui concerne le congé d’urgence personnelle et la mise en oeuvre d’un programme d’appui des employeurs relatif à ce congé. M. Fraser. IMPRIMÉ.

M10. Second Reading of Bill 10, An Act to amend various statutes with respect to workplace violence and harassment policies in codes of conduct for councillors and members of local boards. Mr. Blais. PRINTED.

M10. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 10, Loi modifiant diverses lois en ce qui concerne les politiques en matière de violence et de harcèlement au travail prévues dans les codes de déontologie des conseillers et des membres des conseils locaux. M. Blais. IMPRIMÉ.

M11. Second Reading of Bill 11, An Act to proclaim April 2 in each year as Autism Awareness Day. Ms. Armstrong. PRINTED.

M11. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 11, Loi proclamant le 2 avril de chaque année Journée de sensibilisation à l’autisme. Mme Armstrong. IMPRIMÉ.

M15. Second Reading of Bill 15, An Act to amend the Connecting Care Act, 2019 with respect to a patient bill of rights. Mr. Fraser. PRINTED.

M15. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 15, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2019 pour des soins interconnectés en ce qui concerne la Déclaration des droits des patients. M. Fraser. IMPRIMÉ.

M16. Second Reading of Bill 16, An Act to amend the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, 1997. Mr. Fraser. PRINTED.

M16. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 16, Loi modifiant la Loi de 1997 sur la sécurité professionnelle et l’assurance contre les accidents du travail. M. Fraser. IMPRIMÉ.

M19. Second Reading of Bill 19, An Act respecting the rights of persons receiving care, support or services in congregate care settings and their caregivers. Mrs. Gretzky. PRINTED.

M19. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 19, Loi sur les droits des personnes qui reçoivent des soins, un soutien ou des services dans les habitations collectives et de leurs aidants naturels. Mme Gretzky. IMPRIMÉ.

M20. Second Reading of Bill 20, An Act to promote the maintenance and development of La Francophonie of Ontario. Mlle Simard and Mme Collard. PRINTED.

M20. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 20, Loi visant à promouvoir le maintien et l’épanouissement de la francophonie ontarienne. Mlle Simard et Mme Collard. IMPRIMÉ.

M21. Second Reading of Bill 21, An Act to amend the Taxation Act, 2007 to provide for a non-refundable tax credit to encourage tourism within Ontario. Mr. Gates. PRINTED.

M21. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 21, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2007 sur les impôts pour prévoir un crédit d’impôt non remboursable afin d’encourager le tourisme en Ontario. M. Gates. IMPRIMÉ.

M22. Second Reading of Bill 22, An Act to amend the Excellent Care for All Act, 2010 with respect to the patient ombudsman. Mr. Fraser. PRINTED.

M22. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 22, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2010 sur l’excellence des soins pour tous en ce qui concerne l’ombudsman des patients. M. Fraser. IMPRIMÉ.

M24. Second Reading of Bill 24, An Act to amend the Highway Memorials for Fallen Police Officers Act, 2002 in respect of police officers who have taken their own lives as a consequence of being in the line of duty. Mme Gélinas. PRINTED.

M24. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 24, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2002 sur les constructions situées sur la voie publique et nommées à la mémoire des agents de police décédés en ce qui concerne les agents de police qui ont mis fin à leurs jours en raison de leur travail. Mme Gélinas. IMPRIMÉ.

M25. Second Reading of Bill 25, An Act respecting the establishment of an Early Years and Child Care Worker Advisory Commission. Ms. Karpoche. PRINTED.

M25. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 25, Loi concernant la création de la Commission consultative des préposés aux services pour la petite enfance et la garde d’enfants. Mme Karpoche. IMPRIMÉ.

M26. Second Reading of Bill 26, An Act to amend the Public Transportation and Highway Improvement Act with respect to the jurisdiction and control of Ottawa Road 174 and County Road 17. Mr. Blais. PRINTED.

M26. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 26, Loi modifiant la Loi sur l’aménagement des voies publiques et des transports en commun en ce qui concerne la compétence relative aux voies publiques connues sous le nom de Ottawa Road 174 et de County Road 17. M. Blais. IMPRIMÉ.

M29. Second Reading of Bill 29, An Act to amend the Cannabis Licence Act, 2018. Ms. Stiles. PRINTED.

M29. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 29, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2018 sur les licences liées au cannabis. Mme Stiles. IMPRIMÉ.

M30. Second Reading of Bill 30, An Act to establish an advisory committee for foreign credentials. Mme Collard. PRINTED.

M30. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 30, Loi créant un comité consultatif pour les titres de compétence acquis à l’étranger. Mme Collard. IMPRIMÉ.

M31. Second Reading of Bill 31, An Act to provide for the development of a provincial paediatric hospice palliative care strategy. Ms. Shaw. PRINTED.

M31. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 31, Loi prévoyant l’élaboration d’une stratégie provinciale des soins palliatifs pédiatriques. Mme Shaw. IMPRIMÉ.

M33. Second Reading of Bill 33, An Act to proclaim Sikh Genocide Awareness Week. Mr. Singh (Brampton East). PRINTED.

M33. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 33, Loi proclamant la Semaine de la sensibilisation au génocide des sikhs. M. Singh (Brampton-Est). IMPRIMÉ.

M35. Second Reading of Bill 35, An Act to amend the Education Act with respect to equity education and the Education Equity Secretariat Initiatives Branch. Mme Collard. PRINTED.

M35. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 35, Loi modifiant la Loi sur l’éducation en ce qui concerne l’éducation en équité et la Direction des initiatives du Secrétariat de l’équité en matière d’éducation. Mme Collard. IMPRIMÉ.

M36. Second Reading of Bill 36, An Act to promote the preservation, growth and vitality of the Franco-Ontarian Community. Mr. Bourgouin. PRINTED.

M36. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 36, Loi visant à promouvoir la préservation et l’épanouissement de la communauté franco-ontarienne. M. Bourgouin. IMPRIMÉ.

M40. Second Reading of Bill 40, An Act respecting reporting of adults in need of assistance and the provision of assistance to those adults. Mme Gélinas. PRINTED.

M40. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 40, Loi concernant le signalement d’adultes ayant besoin d’assistance et la fourniture d’une assistance à ces adultes. Mme Gélinas. IMPRIMÉ.

M41. Second Reading of Bill 41, An Act to regulate the mailing of images of fetuses. Mr. Kernaghan, Ms. Armstrong and Ms. Sattler. PRINTED.

M41. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 41, Loi réglementant l’envoi d’images de foetus par la poste. M. Kernaghan, Mme Armstrong et Mme Sattler. IMPRIMÉ.

M44. Second Reading of Bill 44, An Act to proclaim Perinatal Mental Health Day and to require a review of perinatal mental health in Ontario and the preparation of a Provincial Framework and Action Plan. Ms. Karpoche. PRINTED.

M44. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 44, Loi proclamant le Jour de la santé mentale périnatale et exigeant un examen de la santé mentale périnatale en Ontario et l’élaboration d’un cadre et plan d’action provincial. Mme Karpoche. IMPRIMÉ.

M45. Second Reading of Bill 45, An Act to proclaim Ontario Cadets Week. Mr. Barrett. PRINTED.

M45. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 45, Loi proclamant la Semaine des cadets de l’Ontario. M. Barrett. IMPRIMÉ.

M46. Second Reading of Bill 46, An Act to enact the Northern Health Travel Grant Advisory Committee Act, 2021. Ms. Monteith-Farrell. PRINTED.

M46. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 46, Loi édictant la Loi de 2021 sur le Comité consultatif des subventions aux résidents du Nord de l’Ontario pour frais de transport à des fins médicales. Mme Monteith-Farrell. IMPRIMÉ.

M47. Second Reading of Bill 47, An Act to amend the Poet Laureate of Ontario Act (In Memory of Gord Downie), 2019 with respect to the establishment of a French-language Poet Laureate. Mme Collard. PRINTED.

M47. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 47, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2019 sur le poète officiel de l’Ontario (à la mémoire de Gord Downie) concernant la création de la charge de poète officiel de langue française. Mme Collard. IMPRIMÉ.

M48. Second Reading of Bill 48, An Act respecting minimum pay for support workers. Mr. West. PRINTED.

M48. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 48, Loi concernant la rémunération minimale des préposés aux services de soutien. M. West. IMPRIMÉ.

M49. Second Reading of Bill 49, An Act to enact the Anti-Money Laundering in Housing Act, 2021. Ms. Bell, Ms. Begum and Ms. Karpoche. PRINTED.

M49. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 49, Loi édictant la Loi de 2021 sur la lutte contre le blanchiment d’argent dans le secteur du logement. Mme Bell, Mme Begum et Mme Karpoche. IMPRIMÉ.

M53. Second Reading of Bill 53, An Act to amend the Provincial Animal Welfare Services Act, 2019 to prohibit non-essential cat declawing. Ms. Stiles. PRINTED.

M53. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 53, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2019 sur les services provinciaux visant le bien-être des animaux en vue d’interdire le dégriffage non essentiel des chats. Mme Stiles. IMPRIMÉ.

M55. Second Reading of Bill 55, An Act to Proclaim Menstrual Health Day. Ms. Karpoche. PRINTED.

M55. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 55, Loi proclamant la Journée de la santé menstruelle. Mme Karpoche. IMPRIMÉ.

M56. Second Reading of Bill 56, An Act to enact the 9-1-1 Everywhere in Ontario Act, 2021 and to amend the Ombudsman Act to create an Assistant Ombudsman responsible for the oversight of 9-1-1 operations. Mme Gélinas. PRINTED.

M56. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 56, Loi édictant la Loi de 2021 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. IMPRIMÉ.

M57. Second Reading of Bill 57, An Act to conserve the Paris Galt Moraine by providing for the Paris Galt Moraine Conservation Plan. Mr. Schreiner. PRINTED.

M57. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 57, Loi visant à conserver la moraine de Paris Galt grâce au Plan de conservation de la moraine de Paris Galt. M. Schreiner. IMPRIMÉ.

M59. Second Reading of Bill 59, An Act to amend the Public Transportation and Highway Improvement Act to make northern Ontario highways safer. Mr. Bourgouin. PRINTED.

M59. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 59, 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.

M60. Second Reading of Bill 60, 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.

M60. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 60, 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.

M61. Second Reading of Bill 61, An Act to provide for an award for exceptional cadets. Mr. Smith (Peterborough—Kawartha). PRINTED.

M61. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 61, Loi prévoyant la remise d’un prix aux cadets exceptionnels. M. Smith (Peterborough—Kawartha). IMPRIMÉ.

M62. Second Reading of Bill 62, An Act to amend the Highway Traffic Act to create an offence of contravention causing death or serious bodily harm. Ms. French. PRINTED.

M62. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 62, 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.

M63. Second Reading of Bill 63, An Act to amend the Ontario Water Resources Act with respect to public reporting on the discharge or escape of polluting material. Ms. Shaw. PRINTED.

M63. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 63, Loi modifiant la Loi sur les ressources en eau de l’Ontario en ce qui concerne la déclaration au public de rejets ou d’échappements de matières polluantes. Mme Shaw. IMPRIMÉ.

M64. Second Reading of Bill 64, An Act to amend the Photo Card Act, 2008 and the Vital Statistics Act respecting access to identification documents. Ms. Monteith-Farrell. PRINTED.

M64. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 64, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2008 sur les cartes-photo et la Loi sur les statistiques de l’état civil en ce qui concerne l’accès aux pièces d’identité. Mme Monteith-Farrell. IMPRIMÉ.

M65. Second Reading of Bill 65, 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. PRINTED.

M65. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 65, 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. IMPRIMÉ.

M66. Second Reading of Bill 66, An Act to proclaim COVID-19 Memorial Day. Ms. Armstrong. PRINTED.

M66. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 66, Loi proclamant le Jour commémoratif de la COVID-19. Mme Armstrong. IMPRIMÉ.

M67. Second Reading of Bill 67, An Act to amend various Acts with respect to racial equity. Ms. Lindo. PRINTED.

M67. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 67, Loi modifiant diverses lois en ce qui concerne l’égalité raciale. Mme Lindo. IMPRIMÉ.

M68. Second Reading of Bill 68, 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.

M68. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 68, 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.

M69. Second Reading of Bill 69, An Act in relation to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). Ms. Wynne. PRINTED.

M69. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 69, Loi concernant l’ensemble des troubles causés par l’alcoolisation foetale. Mme Wynne. IMPRIMÉ.

M70. Second Reading of Bill 70, An Act respecting a four-day work week pilot. Ms. Karpoche. PRINTED.

M70. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 70, Loi concernant un projet pilote visant à tester la semaine de travail de quatre jours. Mme Karpoche. IMPRIMÉ.

M71. Second Reading of Bill 71, An Act to amend the Highway Traffic Act in respect of seat belts on school buses. Ms. Wynne. PRINTED.

M71. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 71, Loi modifiant le Code de la route en ce qui concerne les ceintures de sécurité dans les autobus scolaires. Mme Wynne. IMPRIMÉ.

M72. Second Reading of Bill 72, An Act to amend the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006. Ms. Morrison. PRINTED.

M72. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 72, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2006 sur la location à usage d’habitation. Mme Morrison. IMPRIMÉ.

M73. Second Reading of Bill 73, An Act to amend the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 to give preference to veterans for access to beds. Mrs. Stevens.

M73. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 73, 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.

M74. Second Reading of Bill 74, An Act respecting the corporation Trustees of the Toronto General Burying Grounds. Ms. Bell.

M74. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 74, Loi concernant la prorogation de la société connue sous le nom de Trustees of the Toronto General Burying Grounds. Mme Bell.

M76. Second Reading of Bill 76, An Act to enact the Lifejackets for Life Act, 2021. Mr. Miller (Parry Sound—Muskoka).

M76. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 76, Loi édictant la Loi de 2021 sur le port obligatoire du gilet de sauvetage par les enfants. M. Miller (Parry Sound—Muskoka).

M77. Second Reading of Bill 77, An Act to provide for the development and implementation of a plan to establish a consumer watchdog organization. Mr. Rakocevic, Ms. Begum, Mr. Hassan and Mr. Kernaghan.

M77. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 77, Loi prévoyant l’élaboration et la mise en oeuvre d’un plan visant à créer un organisme de défense du consommateur. M. Rakocevic, Mme Begum, M. Hassan et M. Kernaghan.

M78. Second Reading of Bill 78, An Act to amend the Police Services Act. Mr. Harris.

M78. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 78, Loi modifiant la Loi sur les services policiers. M. Harris.

M79. Second Reading of Bill 79, An Act to enact the Right to Timely Mental Health and Addiction Care for Children and Youth Act, 2021. Ms. Karpoche.

M79. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 79, Loi édictant la Loi de 2021 sur le droit des enfants et des jeunes à des soins de santé mentale et au traitement de toxicomanies en temps opportun. Mme Karpoche.

M80. Second Reading of Bill 80, An Act to amend the City of Toronto Act, 2006, the Municipal Act, 2001 and the Election Act with respect to ranked ballot by-laws for council elections. Ms. Hunter.

M80. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 80, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2006 sur la cité de Toronto, la Loi de 2001 sur les municipalités et la Loi électorale en ce qui concerne les règlements municipaux sur le scrutin préférentiel pour les élections au conseil. Mme Hunter.

M81. Second Reading of Bill 81, An Act to establish a framework for the licensing of supportive living accommodation. Mr. Burch.

M81. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 81, Loi établissant un cadre pour la délivrance de permis d'exploitation de logements supervisés. M. Burch.

M82. Second Reading of Bill 82, An Act to proclaim May 10 as the Day of Remembrance and Action Against Anti-Asian Racism. Ms. Karpoche, Ms. Bell, Mr. Glover and Mr. Kernaghan.

M82. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 82, Loi proclamant le 10 mai comme Journée du souvenir et d'action contre le racisme anti-asiatique. Mme Karpoche, Mme Bell, M. Glover et M. Kernaghan.

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GOVERNMENT ORDERS

ORDRES DU GOUVERNEMENT

4. Resuming the debate adjourned on November 23, 2021 on the motion for adoption of the recommendations contained in the Report of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts on Outbreak Planning and Decision-Making (Chapter 2, Special Report on COVID-19 Preparedness and Management of the Office of the Auditor General of Ontario).

4. Suite du débat ajourné le 23 novembre 2021 sur la motion portant l’adoption des recommandations contenues dans le rapport du Comité permanent des comptes publics sur La planification et la prise de décisions face à l’éclosion (Rapport spécial sur la préparation et gestion en lien avec la COVID-19 du Bureau de la vérificatrice générale de l’Ontario, chapitre 2).

5. Resuming the debate adjourned on December 8, 2021 on the motion for adoption of the recommendations contained in the Report of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts on Value-For-Money Audit: Virtual Care: Use of Communication Technologies for Patient Care (2020 Annual Report of the Office of the Auditor General of Ontario).

5. Suite du débat ajourné le 8 décembre 2021 sur la motion portant l’adoption des recommandations contenues dans le rapport du Comité permanent des comptes publics sur l’Audit de l’optimisation des ressources : Soins virtuels : Utilisation des technologies de communication pour les soins aux patients (Rapport annuel 2020 du Bureau de la vérificatrice générale de l’Ontario).

6. Motion for Adoption of the Report on the Request for a Speaker’s Warrant to produce documents from Laurentian University of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts. Debated and carried December 9, 2021.

6. Motion pour adopter le rapport concernant la demande adressé au président d’émettre un mandat de la présidente ou du président de l’Assemblée obligeant l’Université Laurentienne à produire les documents exigés par le comité permanent des comptes publics. Débattue et adoptée le 9 décembre 2021.

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ PUBLIC BUSINESS

AFFAIRES D’INTÉRÊT PUBLIC ÉMANANT DES DÉPUTÉES ET DÉPUTÉS

(Precedence in accordance with Standing Order 101(b)).

(Ordre de priorité conforme à l’article 101 b) du Règlement.)

Ballot Item Number 21 – Debated and carried December 9, 2021.

Ballot Item Number 22 – To be debated today.

M76. Second Reading of Bill 76, An Act to enact the Lifejackets for Life Act, 2021. Mr. Miller (Parry Sound—Muskoka).

M76. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 76, Loi édictant la Loi de 2021 sur le port obligatoire du gilet de sauvetage par les enfants. M. Miller (Parry Sound—Muskoka).

Ballot Item Number 24 – To be debated February 24, 2022.

M78. Second Reading of Bill 78, An Act to amend the Police Services Act. Mr. Harris.

M78. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 78, Loi modifiant la Loi sur les services policiers. M. Harris.

Ballot Item Number 25 – To be debated March 1, 2022.

M73. Second Reading of Bill 73, An Act to amend the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 to give preference to veterans for access to beds. Mrs. Stevens.

M73. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 73, 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.

Ballot Item Number 27 – To be debated March 3, 2022.

M6. Second Reading of Bill 6, An Act to amend the Employment Standards Act, 2000 with respect to reprisals respecting the vaccination status of employees. Mr. Baber.

M6. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 6, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2000 sur les normes d’emploi en ce qui concerne l’interdiction d’exercer des représailles en raison du statut vaccinal des employés. M. Baber.

NOTICES

GOVERNMENT NOTICES OF MOTION

AVIS DE MOTIONS ÉMANANT DU GOUVERNEMENT

9. Mr. Calandra — That the guidelines for the television broadcast system be updated to read as follows:

TELEVISION GUIDELINES

The guidelines for the television coverage of the proceedings of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario are as follows:

1. The television coverage of the proceedings of the Legislative Assembly should be an accurate, factual and coherent record of the legislative proceedings which is understandable to the viewing public and which does not dramatize or editorialize such proceedings.

2. The guidelines shall be enforced by the Speaker. Specific concerns of Members regarding the televising of the proceedings of the Legislative Assembly should not be raised in the House. Such concerns should be raised in private with the Speaker. The television guidelines shall stand referred to the Standing Committee on the Legislative Assembly. The Committee shall conduct periodic reviews of the televising of the legislative proceedings and consider such matters or concerns as may be referred to the Committee by the Speaker, and it shall report its opinions and observations upon any matters referred to it.

3. The proceedings in the Legislative Chamber beginning with the Speaker’s Parade and Prayers until the adjournment of the Assembly shall be recorded, broadcast live on the Ontario Parliamentary Network and streamed over the internet. Proceedings of Standing and Select Committees in Committee Rooms 151,1 and 2, and media studio press conferences will also be recorded and streamed live over the internet and on the Ontario Parliamentary Network when the House is not meeting.

4. Only the Member who has been recognized by the Speaker shall be the primary focus of the camera shot recorded, broadcast or streamed. If approved by the House, a sign language interpreter may also appear on-screen.

5. The initial shot of the Member shall be of his or her head and shoulders, or medium shot showing some of the Members who are seated on either side of the speaking Member.

6. When the Speaker is standing, the active camera shall always include the Speaker. A wider shot of the Chamber may be used during a division in the Chamber.

7. In Committee of the Whole House, when the Chair of the Committee of the Whole House is speaking, the active camera shall always include the Chair. A wider shot of the Chamber may be used during a division in the Chamber.

8. When the Speaker or the Chair of the Committee of the Whole House is giving a ruling or calling the House or Committee to order, the active camera should include the Speaker or the Chair.

9. Except as provided in paragraph 10, coverage of the legislative proceedings should be limited to the strict confines of the floor of the House and cameras should not deliberately record shots of public interruptions or demonstrations. When the Speaker stands to address a disruption in the public or Members galleries, only the Speaker’s microphone will be activated.

10. Medium close-up shots may be taken of any distinguished visitors sitting in the Speaker’s Gallery who are introduced by the Speaker.

11. Applause shots may be taken; however care should be taken to ensure that the decorum of the Chamber is maintained.

12. The name, constituency, portfolio and political affiliation of a Member, as the case may be, shall be shown periodically on the screen while he or she is speaking.

13. Factual information shall be shown in print across bottom of the screen from time to time to explain the proceedings. Such information should be shown only after consultation with the Clerks-at-the-Table.

14. The television content which is produced by the Legislative Assembly may be broadcast or streamed by television stations, news organizations and/or cablecast live or by means of recordings.

15. Copies of the proceedings of the Legislative Assembly may be obtained from Broadcast and Recording Service. Access to this service shall be according to the following priority: Members of the Legislative Assembly, officers and officials of the House, members of the press, and the general public. This service shall be provided free of charge. Broadcast and Recording Service will provide a link where the file can be downloaded.

16. Broadcast and Recording Service shall ensure that a complete record of the day’s proceedings is archived. This material should be kept indefinitely.

Filed December 9, 2021.

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PRIVATE MEMBERS’ NOTICES
OF MOTION

AVIS DE MOTIONS ÉMANANT
DES DÉPUTÉES ET DÉPUTÉS

1. Ms. Berns-McGown — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should require Metrolinx to undertake an independent peer review of environmentally sustainable alternatives for rail corridor expansion in the Small’s Creek and Williamson ravines in conjunction with local efforts to prevent clearcutting and protect the Small’s Creek and Williamson ravines’ ecosystems, and a broader, system-wide commitment to environmental stewardship, ecologically sound transit expansion and meaningful community consultation. Filed October 4, 2021.

2. Mr. Schreiner — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario shall immediately declare a climate and housing affordability emergency with a commitment to address both through complementary policies, including a massive expansion of affordable, infill housing development, the creation of a “15-minute neighbourhood” framework to be utilized by communities across the province, freezing urban boundaries to reduce sprawl, and the permanent protection of our farmland, wetlands, and other key environmental features. Filed October 6, 2021.

3. Ms. Karpoche — That, in the opinion of this House, the Ford government should work with the federal government and immediately conclude an agreement to implement $10-a-day, licensed, not-for-profit childcare in Ontario. Filed October 6, 2021.

5. Ms. Stiles — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should, as part of an overall strategy to help keep schools open for in-person learning, establish an Ontario Safe Schools plan that includes effective rapid testing for students and education workers; smaller, capped class sizes and adequate spacing on school buses; regular testing and public reporting of classroom air quality; additional learning supports for students adversely impacted by the pandemic; a robust in-school vaccination plan; mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for eligible students and all education workers; and in-school distribution of masks designed to contain aerosolized particles. Filed October 6, 2021.

6. Mr. Gates — That, in the opinion of this House, the Ford government should, out of respect for the work done by Ontario’s nurses, PSWs and other public sector workers, immediately repeal Bill 124, Protecting a Sustainable Public Sector for Future Generations Act, 2019 and allow the negotiation of fair wages for their critically important work on behalf of the people of the province. Filed October 6, 2021.

7. Mr. Glover — That, in the opinion of this House, the Ontario Government should protect migratory birds and Ontario’s biosphere by mandating the 2019 Canadian Standards Association Bird-Friendly Design standard for all new construction in the province. Filed October 6, 2021.

10. Ms. Karpoche — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should immediately begin the work of delivering on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Call to Action Number 12, with comprehensive consultation from and participation of Indigenous Communities and Indigenous leadership, to develop culturally appropriate early childhood education programs for Indigenous families. Filed October 26, 2021.

11. Ms. Bell — That, in the opinion of this House, the Legislative Assembly of Ontario should work with public health units to establish a provincial maximum temperature standard for rental units to ensure rental units are safe, and a tenants’ right to a reasonable enjoyment of their unit is maintained. Filed October 27, 2021.

12. Mr. Glover — That, in the opinion of this House, the Ontario government should consult with survivors and advocates and amend the Provincial Offences Act and the Ministry of Training, Colleges and University Act to ensure survivors of human trafficking are not held liable for fraudulent provincial fines and outstanding OSAP debt. Filed October 28, 2021.

13. Mrs. Stevens — That, in the opinion of this House, the Ford government should immediately end the automatic deduction of federal disability award payments from Ontario Works and Ontario Disability Support Program benefits received by injured veterans. Filed November 3, 2021.

14. Ms. Khanjin — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should engage in consultations with the Ontario Land Lease Homeowners’ Action Group to review the Residential Tenancies Act, create land-lease guidance materials to support and inform land-lessees and landlords, and form future policies to protect land-lease tenants. Filed November 3, 2021.

15. Mr. Harden — That, in the opinion of this House, the Ford government should, after consulting with the public and municipalities, table legislation that gives municipal councils the ability to independently institute measures to remove members of council who have been found guilty of serious acts of misconduct, including sexual misconduct. Filed November 17, 2021.

16. Ms. Stiles — That, in the opinion of this House, the Ford Government should ensure that our publicly-funded schools meet the needs of their local communities by removing restrictions (O. Reg. 20/98) on the collection of Education Development Charges by the Toronto District School Board, and allow all school boards to use revenue collected from Education Development Charges not only for land acquisition, but also for school expansions, retrofits, repairs, and renewal projects. Filed November 17, 2021.

17. Mr. Gates — That, in the opinion of this House, the Ontario government should follow the lead of eight other Canadian provinces and ensure PSA testing for preventative prostate cancer diagnoses is an eligible procedure for coverage underneath OHIP. Filed November 24, 2021.

18. Mr. Glover — Debated and vote deferred December 1, 2021. Lost on division December 2, 2021.

19. Ms. Bell —That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should amend s. 16(5)(a) of the Planning Act and regulations to allow for Ontario municipalities’ Official Plan Inclusionary Zoning policies to be applied city-wide, and not limited only to Protected Major Transit Station Areas, as set out by the Ontario Government’s provisions under the More Homes, More Choice Act, 2019. Filed December 1, 2021.

20. Ms. Bell — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should expand the jurisdiction of the Condo Authority Tribunal in 2022 so the tribunal can hear and rule on the issues that impact condo residents, including condo board governance and elections, condo rules, property management performance, condo fees, maintenance and repairs, reserve funds, and short-term rentals. Filed December 1, 2021.

21. Mr. Schreiner — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government shall immediately implement a plan to address the housing crisis by aggressively investing in affordable rental housing and attainable home ownership opportunities including, but not limited to: building 100,000 new permanently affordable rental homes; extending financial supports to 311,000 Ontarians for housing costs; building 60,000 permanent supportive housing units accompanied by wrap around supports; creating a $100 million seed fund for co-operative housing; taking every opportunity to lease publicly owned land to nonprofits, co-ops and other housing providers for permanently affordable housing and attainable home ownership opportunities; applying inclusionary zoning to new housing projects. Filed December 1, 2021.

22. Ms. Andrew — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should adopt a Provincial Intersectional Gender Equity Strategy that includes thorough inter-ministerial Gender Based Analysis Plus (GBA+) on the impacts of each government policy change prior to the introduction of any Government Bills, Motions, Budgets, and Regulations, with the results of such analysis fully disclosed to the public. Filed December 2, 2021.

23. Ms. Andrew — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should, as part of an effort to ensure an equitable application of the 2021 rent freeze, enact a one-time, 12 month extension of the 12-month rule listed in s. 119 of the Residential Tenancies Act and facilitate a full 12-month rent freeze for all Ontario tenants notwithstanding the day of their last rent increase. Filed December 2, 2021.

24. Ms. Andrew — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should immediately implement a “Little Jamaica” Small Business and Community Economic Health and Wellness Strategy which would include needs-based financial compensation for Eglinton West and Midtown businesses impacted by COVID-19, flooding and LRT construction; mandated transparent and timely communications between Metrolinx, the Ministry of Transportation, Ministry of Small Business and Red Tape Reduction and “Little Jamaica” small business and local community members; commercial and residential rent relief with a moratorium on evictions for the duration of the pandemic; heritage designation of “Little Jamaica” accompanied by an arts and culture plan; and the construction of real affordable housing in the community, prioritizing inclusionary zoning in all new builds. Filed December 2, 2021.

25. Ms. Andrew — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should apply an intersectional gender-plus equity lens within the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development and to any legislation brought forward by this Ministry as part of efforts to aid in the economic ‘she-covery’ and recognize the disproportionate economic impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on women and non-binary-identifying people of Ontario, particularly those of racialized, Indigenous, LGBTQIA2S+, disability, and other marginalized communities. Filed December 6, 2021.

26. Mme Gélinas — That, in the opinion of this House, the Ontario government should create an advisory committee to help incorporate health-related Calls-to-Action from the 2015 Truth and Reconciliation report into provincial legislation including those that would acknowledge the impact of previous government policies on Indigenous health outcomes; integrate international Indigenous rights into health legislation; establish equity-based objectives for Indigenous Ontarians’ health outcomes; establish priorities for resolving jurisdictional disputes concerning off-reserve Indigenous health care; create quality Indigenous healing centres; integrate Indigenous healing practices into the health care system; increase Indigenous Ontarians’ access to health care careers; and require medical and nursing students to take one course on Indigenous health issues. Filed December 7, 2021.

26. Mme Gélinas — Que, de l’avis de cette Chambre, le gouvernement de l’Ontario doit créer un comité consultatif pour inclure aux lois provinciales les appels à l’action en matière de santé de la Commission de vérité et réconciliation de 2015, y compris les appels à reconnaître les effets des politiques des gouvernements précédents sur l’état de santé des personnes autochtones; à intégrer les droits internationaux des peuples autochtones dans les lois sur la santé; à établir des objectifs basés sur l’équité pour améliorer l’état de santé des personnes autochtones en Ontario; à établir des priorités pour résoudre les conflits de compétence concernant la prestation de soins de santé autochtones hors réserve; à créer des centres de rétablissements autochtones; à intégrer des pratiques de guérison autochtones au réseau de santé; à éliminer les obstacles liés à la poursuite d’une carrière en soins de santé pour les personnes autochtones en Ontario; et à exiger que les étudiantes et étudiants en médecine et en soins infirmiers suivent un cours sur la question de la santé dans les communautés autochtones. Déposée le 7 décembre 2021.

27. Ms. Stiles — That, in the opinion of this House, transit planning should be transparent with investments made in the public's long-term interest, and that the Government of Ontario should partner with municipalities to reform the governance structure of Metrolinx accordingly. Filed December 8, 2021.

28. Ms. Stiles — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should take immediate steps to electrify the GO Train network on an accelerated timeline to replace dirty diesel trains along all lines. Filed December 8, 2021.

29. Ms. Stiles — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should immediately direct Metrolinx to introduce, based on international research and experience and in consultation with local communities, safe alternatives to bell ringing at stations on the GO Barrie line, the Union-Pearson Express Stations, and other GO Transit lines, to maintain the safety of transit users while protecting and improving the quality of life and safety of residents living near GO Stations. Filed December 8, 2021.

30. Ms. Stiles — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should make an unprecedented investment in retrofitting public school infrastructure, making them energy efficient, carbon neutral and equipped to generate renewable energy. Filed December 8, 2021.

31. Ms. Stiles — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should work with school boards and municipalities to establish minimum standards for school yard quality that encompass play provision, active transportation, greening and principles. Filed December 8, 2021.

32. Ms. Stiles — That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should direct the Ministry of Education to develop an education recovery plan, informed by research conducted by the Future Skills Centre, the Diversity Institute, the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, and Wilfred Laurier University, and in consultation with education worker unions, school boards and other sector stakeholders. Filed December 8, 2021.

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BUSINESS IN SELECT COMMITTEES

AFFAIRES RENVOYÉES AUX COMITÉS SPÉCIAUX

SELECT COMMITTEE ON EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OVERSIGHT

COMITÉ SPÉCIAL DE LA SURVEILLANCE DE LA GESTION DES SITUATIONS D’URGENCE

Receive oral reports from the Premier or his designate(s) on any extensions of emergency orders by the Lieutenant Governor in Council related to the COVID-19 pandemic and the rationale for those extensions.

Recevoir les rapports oraux du premier ministre ou de son ou ses mandataires concernant toute prolongation des décrets d’urgence ordonnée par la lieutenante-gouverneure en conseil en lien avec la pandémie de COVID-19 ainsi que les raisons justifiant ces prolongations.

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BUSINESS IN STANDING COMMITTEES

AFFAIRES RENVOYÉES AUX COMITÉS PERMANENTS

STANDING COMMITTEE ON JUSTICE POLICY

COMITÉ PERMANENT DE LA JUSTICE

M14. Bill 14, An Act to amend the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 to establish a minimum standard of daily care. Ms. Armstrong. Referred November 24, 2021.

M14. Projet de loi 14, 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. Renvoyé le 24 novembre 2021.

M54. Bill 54, An Act to amend the Highway Traffic Act in respect of harm to vulnerable road users. Ms. Bell, Ms. Begum and Ms. Karpoche. Referred November 24, 2021.

M54. Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 54, Loi modifiant le Code de la route à l’égard des dommages causés aux usagers de la route vulnérables. Mme Bell, Mme Begum et Mme Karpoche. Renvoyé le 24 novembre 2021.

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STANDING COMMITTEE ON THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY

COMITÉ PERMANENT DE L’ASSEMBLÉE LÉGISLATIVE

M39. Bill 39, An Act to amend the Change of Name Act. Miss Mitas. Referred November 16, 2021.

M39. Projet de loi 39, Loi modifiant la Loi sur le changement de nom. Mlle Mitas. Renvoyé le 16 novembre 2021.

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STANDING COMMITTEE ON REGULATIONS AND PRIVATE BILLS

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

Pr54. Bill Pr54, An Act to revive 2492725 Ontario Inc. Mr. Yarde. Referred November 22, 2021.

M50. Bill 50, An Act to proclaim Hungarian Heritage Month. Mr. Cuzzetto. Referred December 9, 2021.

M50. Projet de loi 50, Loi proclamant le Mois du patrimoine hongrois. M. Cuzzetto. Renvoyé le 9 décembre 2021.

M51. Bill 51, An Act to proclaim the Provincial Day of Service. Mr. Coe. Referred December 8, 2021.

M51. Projet de loi 51, Loi proclamant la Journée provinciale du service. M. Coe. Renvoyé le 8 décembre 2021.

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STANDING COMMITTEE ON SOCIAL POLICY

COMITÉ PERMANENT DE LA POLITIQUE SOCIALE

M17. Bill 17, An Act to establish the Gender Affirming Health Care Advisory Committee. Ms. Morrison. Referred October 19, 2021.

M17. Projet de loi 17, Loi créant le Comité consultatif des soins de santé axés sur l’affirmation de genre. Mme Morrison. Renvoyé le 19 octobre 2021.

M42. Bill 42, An Act to proclaim Ontario Religious Freedom Day. Mr. Sabawy. Referred November 30, 2021.

M42. Projet de loi 42, Loi proclamant la Journée de la liberté de religion en Ontario. M. Sabawy. Renvoyé le 30 novembre 2021.

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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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4. Mr. Mamakwa — Answered December 7, 2021.

5. Mme Gélinas — Answered December 7, 2021.

6. Ms. French — Answered December 9, 2021.

7. Mr. West — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Transportation please advise, in regards to the 4-laning project on Highway 69 between Toronto and Sudbury, when all 400 kilometres of Highway 69 will be completely 4-laned. October 28, 2021.

8. Mr. West — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Transportation please advise, in regards to the 4-laning project on Highway 69 between Toronto and Sudbury, how many kilometres remain to be completed. October 28, 2021.

9. Mr. West — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Transportation please advise, in regards to the 4-laning project on Highway 69 between Toronto and Sudbury, how many incomplete kilometres between Sudbury and Toronto have not been tendered. October 28, 2021.

10. Ms. Bell — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Attorney General inform the House on the total number of current applications from landlords and the number of current applications from tenants waiting for a hearing at the Landlord and Tenant Board. October 28, 2021.

11. Ms. Bell — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Attorney General inform the House on the average wait time landlords are waiting for a hearing at the Landlord and Tenant Board, and the average wait time tenants are waiting for a hearing at the Landlord and Tenant Board. October 28, 2021.

12. Ms. French — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Infrastructure confirm whether or not Infrastructure Ontario’s “Ontario Connects” broadband procurement process will specify the use of fibre optic cable instead of less reliable technologies, with a target internet speed of one gigabit per second symmetrical instead of the slower and outdated 50/10 standard, and will be structured so small- and medium-sized Internet Service Providers have the capacity to bid on contracts, instead of offering contracts so big that only large telecommunications monopolies have the capacity to bid on them. November 1, 2021.

13. Mr. Schreiner — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Health please confirm the dates and times that the Minister personally or had Ministry staff reach out to the Ontario Association of Optometrists to invite them to return to the bargaining table since September 1, 2021. November 4, 2021.

14. Mr. Schreiner — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Health please confirm that they received consent from all optometrists, including those currently practicing, retired and those deceased before they distributed the $39 million in retroactive payments. November 4, 2021.

15. Mr. Harden — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Premier identify which Members of the Government Caucus have filed complaints about third party advertisers in keeping with the recent changes implemented by Bill 307, Protecting Elections and Defending Democracy Act, 2021, and disclose the details of each complaint. November 15, 2021.

16. Ms. French — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Long-Term Care confirm whether the “proactive inspections” proposed in the Fixing Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2021 will at least meet the criteria of the cancelled Resident Quality Inspections (RQI) and provide the criteria that will trigger a “proactive inspection”, and the criteria that will be used to measure how operators are assessed during these proposed inspections. November 15, 2021.

17. Mme Collard — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Children, Community and Social Services indicate how many complaints the Minister and/or Ministry have received regarding cuts to autism funding. November 18, 2021.

18. Mme Collard — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Education specify how many hours were spent consulting with representatives of teachers’ unions on the topic of the Fall Economic Statement 2021. November 18, 2021.

19. Mme Collard — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Health please advise how many dollars of the COVID-19 response program went unspent in the first quarter of 2021. November 18, 2021.

20. Mme Collard — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Environment, Conservation and Parks confirm how many MPPs, staff and Ministry officials attended the COP 2021 conferences in Glasgow on behalf of the Ontario government and the total cost incurred by the province for sending this delegation. November 18, 2021.

21. Mme Collard — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the President of the Treasury Board please provide provincial spending by every department on each riding since June 2018. November 18, 2021.

22. Mr. Mamakwa — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Indigenous Affairs list the members of the independent Indigenous-led committee that is advising Ontario on the funding allocations for the ground surveys of the 18 Indian Residential Schools that were active in Ontario. November 23, 2021.

23. Mme Collard — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Children, Community and Social Services outline all consultations that have taken place in the last three years regarding the need to raise OW and ODSP payments, and provide a list of who was consulted and the outcome of these consultations. December 2, 2021.

24. Mme Collard — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Education provide an estimate of the average cost of childcare per month by municipality since April 2021. December 2, 2021.

25. Mme Collard — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks provide the names of the companies responsible for the 40,349 reported spills since 2016 and the date these spills were reported, as outlined in the Auditor General report. December 2, 2021.

26. Mme Collard — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade outline the criteria and measures taken to ensure that Ontario Small Business Grant applications were evaluated fairly and how the government communicated verdicts, approvals, and denials with applicants. December 2, 2021.

27. Mme Collard — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing explain how the government plans to support municipalities, like Ottawa, which are facing increasing affordable housing waitlists, as well as the impact on housing prices as a result of the government's investment. December 2, 2021.

28. Ms. Hunter — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Colleges and Universities provide the number of students enrolled in public colleges and universities for the following school years: 2019-2020, 2020-2021, and 2021-2022. December 2, 2021.

29. Mr. Blais — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the President of the Treasury Board disclose the total cost of renovating, redesigning and refurbishing government members’ and ministers’ offices since the beginning of their mandate. December 2, 2021.

30. Mr. Blais — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of the Environment, Conservation, and Parks provide a detailed breakdown of what and how much has been spent to date from the $85 million Grassy Narrows Trust, including the cost breakdown, to support the clean-up of the mercury-contaminated Wabigoon River that has poisoned the people of Grassy Narrows First Nation and nearby Whitedog First Nation. December 2, 2021.

31. Mme Gélinas — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Health please specify the cost to Ontario to fund Take Home Cancer Drugs (TCHDs), for all formulary-listed cancer drugs, for all Ontarians during 2020-2021 including how it is broken down into different reimbursement models based on patient age, socio-economic status, and type of cancer. December 8, 2021.

32. Mme Gélinas — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Health please advise what they can do to improve access to LifeLabs services to the people of Sudbury and Nickel Belt. December 8, 2021.

33. Mr. Rakocevic — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Transportation please confirm whether the Ministry has considered or is considering cuts to the gas tax allocation that funds municipal transit, following the Premier's recent remarks about cutting the gasoline tax. December 9, 2021.

34. Mr. Schreiner — Enquiry of the Ministry — Would the Minister of Health please advise when Medicago vaccine trial participants will be eligible to download a QR code as part of the province's vaccine certification system. December 9, 2021.

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Order of Precedence for Private Members’ Public Business to be called during the Second Session of the Forty-second Parliament according to the draw on September 27, 2021, pursuant to Standing Order 101(b).

Ordre de priorité des affaires d’intérêt public émanant des députées et députés à être étudiées pendant la deuxième session de la Quarante-deuxième législature d’après le tirage au sort tenu le 27 septembre 2021, conformément à l’alinéa 101 b) du Règlement.

Effective January 17, 2022 / replaces previous lists

No.

Member

Latest Notice Date

Ballot Date

1.

Ms. Morrison

notice waived

Debated 10/19/21

2.

Mr. Fraser

notice waived

Debated 10/20/21

3.

Ms. Fife

notice waived

Debated 10/21/21

4.

Mrs. Wai

notice waived

Debated 10/26/21

5.

Ms. Kusendova

notice waived

Debated 10/27/21

6.

Mr. Schreiner

notice waived

Debated 10/28/21

7.

Mr. Walker

notice waived

Debated 11/02/21

8.

Ms. Horwath

notice waived

Debated 11/03/21

9.

Ms. Hogarth

notice waived

Debated 11/04/21

10.

Miss Mitas

11/01/21

Debated 11/16/21

11.

Ms. Sattler

11/02/21

Debated 11/17/21

12.

Ms. Andrew

11/03/21

Debated 11/23/21

13.

Ms. Armstrong

11/03/21

Debated 11/23/21

14.

Ms. Bell

notice waived

Debated 11/24/21

15.

Mr. Kernaghan

11/03/21

Debated 11/25/21

16.

Mr. Sabawy

11/15/21

Debated 11/30/21

17.

Mr. Glover

notice waived

Debated 12/01/21

18.

Mr. Ke

11/17/21

Debated 12/02/21

19.

Mr. Tabuns

11/22/21

Debated 12/07/21

20.

Mr. Coe

11/23/21

Debated 12/08/21

*21.

Mr. Cuzzetto

11/24/21

Debated 12/09/21

22.

Mr. Miller (Parry Sound—Muskoka)

12/08/21

02/22/22

23.

Mr. Bourgouin

12/08/21

02/23/22

24.

Mr. Harris

12/08/21

02/24/22

25.

Mrs. Stevens

12/08/21

03/01/22

26.

Ms. Lindo

12/08/21

03/02/22

27.

Mr. Baber

12/08/21

03/03/22

28.

Mr. Rakocevic

12/09/21

03/08/22

29.

Mr. Blais

02/22/22

03/09/22

30.

Ms. Begum

02/23/22

03/10/22

31.

Mr. Hillier

03/07/22

03/22/22

32.

Mr. Miller (Hamilton East—Stoney Creek)

03/08/22

03/23/22

33.

Mr. Mantha

03/09/22

03/24/22

34.

Mr. Pettapiece

03/09/22

03/29/22

35.

Ms. Singh (Brampton Centre)

03/09/22

03/30/22

36.

Mr. Yurek

03/09/22

03/31/22

37.

Ms. French

03/21/22

04/05/22

38.

Ms. Monteith-Farrell

03/22/22

04/06/22

39.

Ms. Park

03/23/22

04/07/22

40.

Mr. Yarde

03/28/22

04/12/22

41.

Mrs. Gretzky

03/29/22

04/13/22

42.

Mr. Bisson

03/30/22

04/14/22

43.

Mr. Crawford

04/11/22

04/26/22

44.

Mr. Bouma

04/12/22

04/27/22

45.

Ms. Shaw

04/13/22

04/28/22

46.

Ms. Fee

04/13/22

05/03/22

47.

Mlle Simard

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48.

Mr. Singh (Brampton East)

   

49.

Mr. Oosterhoff

   

50.

Mr. McDonell

   

51.

Ms. Karpoche

   

52.

Mr. Yakabuski

   

53.

Mr. Thanigasalam

   

54.

Mr. Pang

   

55.

Mr. Hardeman

   

56.

Ms. Khanjin

   

57.

Ms. Triantafilopoulos

   

58.

Mr. Arthur

   

59.

Mr. Harden

   

60.

Mr. Babikian

   

61.

Mr. Hassan

   

62.

Mme Collard

   

63.

Ms. Ghamari

   

64.

Mr. Hatfield

   

65.

Ms. Hunter

   

66.

Mr. Burch

   

67.

Mr. Gates

   

68.

Mr. Wilson

   

69.

Mme Gélinas

   

70.

Ms. Stiles

   

71.

Mr. Sandhu

   

72.

Mr. Roberts

   

73.

Mr. West

   

74.

Mr. Smith (Peterborough—Kawartha)

   

75.

Mr. Natyshak

   

76.

Mr. Bailey

   

77.

Miss Taylor

   

78.

Ms. Wynne

   

79.

Mr. Mamakwa

   

80.

Mrs. Karahalios

   

81.

Mr. Anand

   

82.

Mr. Kramp

   

83.

Mrs. Martow

   

84.

Ms. Skelly

   

85.

Ms. Scott

   

86.

Mr. Parsa

   

87.

Mr. Gravelle

   

88.

Mrs. Martin

   

89.

Mr. Kanapathi

   

90.

Ms. Berns-McGown

   

91.

Mr. Vanthof

   

92.

Mr. Barrett

   

93.

Mr. Nicholls

   

*94.

Mr. Phillips

   
       

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Party

Question

Supp.

Supp.

NDP

     

NDP

     

NDP

     

GOVT

     

NDP

     

IND

     

GOVT

     

NDP

     

IND

     

GOVT

     

NDP

     

IND

     

NDP

     

IND

     

NDP

   

GOVT

   

NDP

   

GOVT

   

NDP