House speaker index

Letter: R

  • Rakocevic, T. (NDP, Humber River–Black Creek)

    • Automobile insurance rates
      • based on postal code, 478
    • Better Local Government Act, 2018 (Bill 5)
    • Efficient Local Government Act, 2018 (Bill 31)
      • second reading, 974
    • Government record
      • PC (1995-2003)
        • general remarks, 651
    • Members' statements
      • Automobile insurance, 478
      • Jane and Finch community, 182
    • Members'/ministers' remarks
      • withdrawn, 579
    • Municipal and regional governments
      • wards, number of
        • in other jurisdictions, 579
    • Oral questions
      • Automobile insurance
        • presented, 883
      • Municipal government
        • presented, 579
    • Petitions
      • Celiac disease, 893
      • Municipal elections, 483
      • Pharmacare, 787–788
      • School facilities, 747
    • Regional/district chairs
      • selection method, 651
    • Toronto
      • Jane and Finch community, 182
    • Toronto City Council
      • decision-making process, 651
    • Toronto city councillors
      • ward redrawing, opinion of, 651
  • Rasheed, K. (PC, Mississauga East–Cooksville)

    • Better Local Government Act, 2018 (Bill 5)
    • Cap and Trade Cancellation Act, 2018 (Bill 4)
      • second reading, 622
    • Carbon pricing - federal carbon tax
      • government response to, 176
    • Efficient Local Government Act, 2018 (Bill 31)
    • Electricity rates
      • affordability, 302
    • Film and television industry
      • economic impact, 885
    • Government downsizing
      • as fiscal policy, 471, 657
      • impact on decision-making, 471
    • Hate crime
      • events in Mississauga (July 2018), 182–183
    • Immigration and refugee policy
      • entry at non-designated points, 733
    • Members' statements
    • Members'/ministers' constituencies
      • Mississauga EastCooksville, 889
    • Members'/ministers' remarks
      • withdrawn, 523
    • Municipal and regional governments
    • Oral questions
      • Anti-racism activities
        • presented, 523
      • Immigrant and refugee services
        • presented, 330
      • Municipal government
        • presented, 471
      • Refugee and immigration policy
      • Taxation
      • Toronto International Film Festival
        • presented, 885
    • Racism
      • government strategy, 523
    • Refugees - resettlement
    • Regional/district chairs
      • selection method, 658
    • School board trustees
      • electoral boundaries, change in
        • operational assistance (2018 election), 657
    • Toronto City Council - election (2018)
      • implementation process
        • operational assistance, 657
      • nomination period, 657
    • Toronto City Council - wards, redrawing of
      • alignment with provincial ridings, 657
      • public opinion, 471
      • referendum on, cost, 471, 690
      • and voter representation, 657
    • Toronto city councillors
    • Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), 885
    • Transit systems
      • commute times, 658
    • Urgent Priorities Act, 2018 (Bill 2)
      • second reading, 218
  • Rickford, Hon. G. (PC, Kenora–Rainy River)

    • Administration of justice
      • equity of access, 296
    • Cannabis - legalization
      • consultation with Indigenous communities, 296
    • Curriculum - Truth and Reconciliation
      • writing workshops, cancellation of, 293
    • Economic growth
    • Electricity rates
    • French-language debates
      • Loi de 2018 portant sur les priorités urgentes, projet de loi 2
    • Government record
      • Liberal (2003-2018)
        • energy, 86
      • PC (2018-present)
    • Hydro One
      • accountability and transparency, 83, 187
      • governance agreement, 187
      • role within energy sector, 187
    • Hydro One leadership
      • CEO compensation, 186
    • Hydro One leadership - change in
    • Hydro One leadership - compensation reform
      • approval and amendment authority, 187
      • consultation on, 83
      • disclosure requirements, 84, 187
      • rates reflecting executive salaries, 187
    • Medical isotopes
      • supplied by Bruce Power, 81
    • Mercury poisoning (Grassy Narrows and Wabaseemoong)
      • federal assistance, 680
    • Mining industry
      • economic impact
    • Ministry of Indigenous Affairs
      • as standalone ministry, 14
    • Nuclear generating facilities
      • Bruce Power
        • economic impact, 81
        • supplier of medical isotopes, 81
      • Pickering
        • decommissioning date, 17, 739
        • economic impact, 17, 739
    • Ontario Energy Board Act, 1998, S.O. 1998, c. 15, Sched. B
      • amendment of
        • re rates incorporating executive compensation, 187
    • Oral questions
      • Bruce nuclear generating station
        • responded to, 81
      • Community safety
      • Curriculum
        • responded to, 293
      • Energy contracts
      • Executive compensation
      • Government contracts
      • Government's agenda
        • responded to, 377
      • Hydro rates
      • Indigenous affairs
      • Mercury poisoning
        • responded to, 680
      • Mining industry
      • Northern health services
        • responded to, 884
      • Northern transportation
      • Pickering nuclear generating station
      • Ring of Fire
        • responded to, 735
    • Progressive Conservative (PC) Party
      • Indigenous affairs, 13
    • Renewable energy contracts - cancellation
    • Ring of Fire development
      • consultation with Indigenous communities, 14
      • economic impact, 735
      • general remarks, 735
      • Indigenous communities, partnerships with, 735
    • Urgent Priorities Act, 2018 (Bill 2)
    • White Pines Wind Project
      • local opinion, 86, 187
      • notice to proceed, 187
      • scope, 187
    • White Pines Wind Project - cancellation
      • cost
      • decommissioning requirements, 188
      • retroactive effect, 188
    • York University strike
    • York University strike - back-to-work legislation
      • continuation of bargaining, 189
      • mediator-arbitrator
        • finality of decision, 189
      • strike/lockout prohibition clause, 188
  • Roberts, J. (PC, Ottawa West–Nepean)

    • Autism services - children
      • Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
        • wait-lists, 49
    • Autism services - youth and adult
    • Cap and Trade Cancellation Act, 2018 (Bill 4)
    • Cap-and-trade - economic impact
      • cost of living, 851
    • Cap-and-trade - environmental impact
      • effect on emissions, 851
    • Carbon pricing
      • effect on business environment, 662
      • and emissions reduction, 662
    • Carbon pricing - other jurisdictions
      • British Columbia, 851
    • Climate change mitigation
      • by private sector, 661
    • French-language debates
      • Débat sur le discours du trône
      • Questions orales
        • Plan d'action du gouvernement, 174
    • Greenhouse gas emissions - reduction
      • technological innovation, 662
    • Members'/ministers' constituencies
      • Ottawa WestNepean, 45
    • Members'/ministers' inaugural speeches, 45–46
    • Members'/ministers' personal narratives, 45
    • Oral questions
      • Northern health services
        • presented, 884
    • Throne speech debate
  • Romano, R. (PC, Sault Ste. Marie)

    • Cap and Trade Cancellation Act, 2018 (Bill 4)
    • Cap-and-trade
      • as carbon tax, 861
      • effect on business environment, 859
      • purchase of credits from Quebec and California, 859
    • Carbon pricing - federal carbon tax
      • general remarks, 666
    • Efficient Local Government Act, 2018 (Bill 31)
      • second reading, 970
    • Electricity rates
      • affordability, 448
    • Employment
      • opportunities in northern Ontario, 448
    • Ferrochrome processing facility
      • cities bidding for, Sault Ste. Marie, 88
    • Government orders
    • Government record
      • PC (2018-present)
        • general remarks, 860
    • Members' statements
      • Ferrochrome plant, 88
    • Oral questions
    • Throne speech debate
      • participation, 43
    • Urgent Priorities Act, 2018 (Bill 2)
    • Wildfires in northern Ontario
      • general remarks, 580
      • government response to, 18, 737–738
      • inter-provincial aid, 18
      • risks to highway safety, 580