House subject index

Letter: S

  • Safe injection sites.

    see Supervised injection/overdose prevention sites
  • Schmidt, Mayo.

    see Hydro One leadership—CEO exit package
  • School board trustees

    • compensation
    • electoral boundaries, change in
      • boards affected
      • compliance deadline
      • general remarks
      • nomination deadline
      • operational assistance (2018 election)
    • removal from board
  • School closures

    • in rural Ontario
  • School facilities - maintenance and repair

  • Securities law

    • role of
  • Senior citizens

    • dental care
      • Armstrong, 75
    • health and well-being
      • Active for Life programs, funding for
      • government strategy
    • Lifeline services
      • tax deductions for
  • September 11, 2001 attacks

    • anniversary
  • Sex-ed curriculum.

    see Curriculum - health and physical education
  • Shelters

    • capacity and overcrowding
      • Kernaghan, 562
  • Skilled trades

    • occupational health and safety
  • Skilled tradespeople

  • Small business

    • operating costs
    • regulations
    • tax rate
      • reduction
  • Soccer goalposts - unanchored

    • regulation of
    • risk of injury/death
  • Soccer goalposts, unanchored

  • Social assistance programs

  • Social assistance programs - performance measures

  • Solar energy

    • Blind River project
      • Tabuns, 12
  • Solar panels

    • on agricultural land
  • Speaker quoting

    • House of Commons Procedure and Practice, 3rd Ed. (Bosc and Gagnon), 941–942
  • Speaker's rulings.

    see also Points of privilege
  • Speakers' rulings quoted

    • Speaker Edighoffer (Ontario)
      • Smith, T., 9
    • Speaker Fraser (House of Commons)
      • Smith, T., 938
    • Speaker Hipel (Ontario), as quoted by Speaker Carr (Ontario), 941
    • Speaker Levac (Ontario)
      • Smith, T., 9
    • Speaker Milliken (House of Commons), 226
      • Bisson, 8
    • Speaker Peters (Ontario), 226
      • Smith, T., 938
  • Speaker's statements

  • Speaker's statements on legislative procedure.

    see also Speaker's rulings
    • amendments, reading of, 729
    • contempt of the House, defined, 226
    • debate
    • introduction of bills, notice period, 226
    • introduction of visitors
      • may not make political statements during, 569
    • members must be in correct seat to speak, 179, 518
    • members must stand to withdraw, 526
    • members' statements
      • independent members' participation in, 168
    • oral questions
      • referral of, 839
    • question period
      • independent members' participation in, 7
      • questions must relate to government policy, 171, 681
    • speaking through the Chair, 19, 80, 103, 428, 439–440, 467, 469, 520, 525, 571, 575–576, 694, 717, 729, 927, 978, 989
    • Standing Orders
      • S.O. 2: definitions, "recognized party," 7
      • S.O. 13: Speaker to preserve order, 520
      • S.O. 15: naming a member, 520
      • S.O. 22(d): recognition of independent member, 167
      • S.O. 23(g): matters out of order in debate, matters sub judice, 941
      • S.O. 23(h): matters out of order in debate, allegations against member, 531
      • S.O. 31(c): members' statements, independent members, 168
      • S.O. 52: government motions: may not renew motion, etc., once decided, 942
    • visitors
  • Special Advisor on Healthcare and Ending Hallway Medicine.

    see also Council on Improving Healthcare and Ending Hallway Medicine
  • Sporting events

    • Canadian Open Golf Tournament
    • Ontario Summer Games
    • Special Olympics
  • Sporting events - funding

    • Games Ontario program
  • Standing Orders

    .

    see also Speaker's statements on legislative procedure—Standing Orders
    • amendment of
    • goals of
      • Smith, T., 915
    • recognition of methods for expressing opposition
    • S.O. 2: definitions, "recognized party," 7
    • S.O. 6(b): meetings of the House, motion to extend hours of meeting towards the end of the Fall and Spring meeting periods
    • S.O. 22(d): recognition of independent member, 167
    • S.O. 23(g): matters out of order in debate, matters sub judice
    • S.O. 23(h): matters out of order in debate, allegations against member
    • S.O. 23(i): matters out of order in debate, imputes false or unavowed motives
    • S.O. 23(k): matters out of order in debate, abusive or insulting language
    • S.O. 31(c): members' statements, independent members, 168
    • S.O. 35(c): ministerial statements, copies to opposition
      • Smith, T., 9
    • S.O. 37(h): question period, minister may decline to answer
    • S.O. 43(a): opposition day debates, time limits
    • S.O. 46(a): motions to adjourn House or debate
      • Smith, T., 914
    • S.O. 47(b): time allocation motions, vote and 10 minute bell
    • S.O. 52: government motions, may not renew motion, etc., once decided
    • S.O. 98(a): private members' public business, time allottment for debate
      • Smith, T., 914
    • S.O. 98(e): private members' public business, suspension
    • S.O. 98(h): private members' public business, no adjournment of debate
      • Smith, T., 914
  • Status of Zebra Mussels Act, 2018 (Bill 18)

    • first reading
  • Steel industry

    • general remarks
  • Strategic lawsuits

    • protections against
      • Karahalios, 69
  • Street checks.

    see Carding
  • Strikes.

    see also Labour relations
    • back-to-work legislation. see also York University strike
      • impact on bargaining process
      • impact on labour relations
    • Carleton University
      • administrative, technical, and library staff
    • as a constitutional right
    • Owen Sound Family Health Organization
    • Port Arthur Health Centre
      • Elliott, 177
      • Gélinas, 177
      • Monteith-Farrell, 298
      • Scott, 298
    • in post-secondary education sector
    • in post-secondary education sector, prevention
    • York University. see York University strike
  • Students - post-secondary

    • debt
    • post-degree compensation
      • Smith, D., 213
  • Sub judice convention.

    see Legislative procedure—points of order—sub judice; Speaker's rulings—sub judice; Standing Orders—S.O. 23(g): matters out of order in debate, matters sub judice
  • Subways

    • uploading to provincial jurisdiction
  • Supervised injection/overdose prevention sites

  • Supportive housing

    • government strategy
    • for persons with autism
      • Armstrong, 49
    • wait times
  • Surgical procedures

    • wait times in northern Ontario
      • Gélinas, 20