LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO
ASSEMBLÉE LÉGISLATIVE DE L'ONTARIO
Wednesday 27 April 2005 Mercredi 27 avril 2005
The House met at 1845.
ORDERS OF THE DAY
MANDATORY GUNSHOT WOUNDS
REPORTING ACT, 2005 /
LOI DE 2005 SUR LA DÉCLARATION
OBLIGATOIRE DES BLESSURES
Resuming the debate adjourned on April 14, 2005, on the motion for second reading of Bill 110, An Act to require the disclosure of information to police respecting persons being treated for gunshot wounds / Projet de loi 110, Loi exigeant la divulgation à la police de renseignements en ce qui concerne les personnes traitées pour blessure par balle.
The Acting Speaker (Mr. Michael Prue): On the last occasion, I was in my chair and I was the last speaker, so there will be no questions and comments.
Hon. David Caplan (Minister of Public Infrastructure Renewal): No. Don't be so harsh.
The Acting Speaker: I'm going to be harsh; there will be no questions and comments.
Before we go on, I would like to welcome the Pathfinders and Girl Guides from Barrie and Markham.
Mr. Peter Kormos (Niagara Centre): Howdy, Pathfinders.
The Acting Speaker: No playing to the audience.
Further debate? Is there any further debate? There being no further debate, Mr. Kwinter has moved second reading of Bill 110, an act relating to gunshot wounds.
Is it the pleasure of the House that the motion carry? I heard a no.
All those in favour of the motion will please say "aye."
All those opposed will please say "nay."
In my opinion, the ayes have it.
There being more than five members, call in the members. There will be a 30-minute bell.
Hon. Mr. Caplan: There won't be a 30-minute bell.
The Acting Speaker: There will not be a 30-minute bell.
I have here a letter to the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly:
"Pursuant to standing order 28(h), I request that a vote on the motion by Mr. Kwinter for second reading of Bill 110, An Act to require the disclosure of information to police respecting persons being treated for gunshot wounds, be deferred until April 28, 2005, at the time set aside for such a vote."
It is signed by Dave Levac, chief government whip.
Is there any other business before the House?
Hon. Mr. Caplan: Speaker, I move adjournment of the House.
The Acting Speaker: There is a motion for adjournment of the House. Is it agreed? Agreed.
This House will stand adjourned until tomorrow at 10 a.m.
The House adjourned at 1848.