Index des intervenants à la Chambre

Letter: M

  • MacLeod, Hon. L. (PC, Nepean)

    • Basic Income Pilot
    • Basic Income Pilot cancellation
    • Basic income programs
    • Better Local Government Act, 2018 (Bill 5)
      • second reading, 721
    • Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
      • s.33: notwithstanding clause
        • and parliamentary supremacy, 984
    • Curriculum - health and physical education (2015)
      • public opinion, 80
    • Curriculum - health and physical education (2015), repeal of
      • general remarks, 229
    • Curriculum - health and physical education (proposed)
      • consultation process, 80, 104
    • Efficient Local Government Act, 2018 (Bill 31)
    • Gender equality
    • Government downsizing
      • as fiscal policy, 721
    • Government record (federal)
      • PC (1984-1993)
        • acid rain, 104
    • Green Energy Act, 2009, S.O. 2009, c. 12, Sched. A
      • public opinion, 66
    • Human trafficking
      • general remarks, 473, 1283
      • government strategy, 473
    • Immigration and refugee policy
      • entry at non-designated points, 734
      • federal minister responsible for border security and organized crime, 231
      • general remarks, 734
      • jurisdiction, 84, 172, 233
    • Immigration - francophone
      • promotion of, 472
      • provincial target, 472
    • Immigration system
    • Income security
      • and employment, 176
    • Indigenous communities - health care
      • mental health services, 1083
    • Legislative building
      • family-friendly features, 1283
    • Legislative procedure
      • House schedules
        • evening sittings, 1283
    • Legislative process
      • debate
        • unparliamentary language, 984
    • Members'/ministers' conduct
      • remarks by official opposition re Attorney General, 1003–1004
    • Members'/ministers' correction of record, 740
    • Members'/ministers' privileges
      • wearing of paraphernalia
        • wearing jersey, 1224
    • Members'/ministers' record
      • PC (2003-present)
        • Scott, Laurie (Haliburton—Kawartha Lakes—Brock), 473
    • Members'/ministers' remarks
    • Mental health care - child and youth
      • in Indigenous communities, 1178
    • Mental health care funding
      • general remarks, 1378
    • Ministerial statements
    • Ministry of Children, Community, and Social Services
      • scope of, 84
    • Opioid abuse
      • government strategy, 1378
    • Oral questions
    • Poverty
    • Poverty reduction
      • basic income policy, 525, 528
    • Private members' public business
      • Immigrant and refugee services
        • responded to, 393
      • Social assistance
    • Progressive Conservative (PC) caucus
      • diversity of, 15
    • Public education campaigns - children
    • Public education campaigns - violence, sexual violence, and harassment
      • Human Trafficking Awareness Day, 473
    • Public education campaigns - women
      • Gender Equality Week, 1282
    • Refugees
      • resettlement, funding for
    • Refugees - resettlement
    • Shelters
    • Skilled trades
    • Social assistance
      • government strategy, 1030
    • Social assistance programs
    • Social assistance programs - performance measures
    • Supervised injection/overdose prevention sites
      • by region
        • London, extension approval, 810
      • review by Minister of Health, 1377–1378
    • Throne speech debate
    • Tornadoes in Ottawa (September 2018), 1112
    • Women
    • Women in politics
  • Mamakwa, S. (NDP, Kiiwetinoong)

    • Cap and Trade Cancellation Act, 2018 (Bill 4)
      • second reading, 864
    • Climate change
      • effect on Indigenous communities, 864
    • Curriculum - Truth and Reconciliation
      • writing workshops, cancellation of, 782, 1087
    • Debates re answers to oral questions
    • Eabametoong First Nation v Minister of Northern Development and Mines, 2018 ONSC 4316
      • government response to, 1275
    • Efficient Local Government Act, 2018 (Bill 31)
      • second reading, 988
    • Gasoline prices
      • in northern Ontario, 864
    • Health care
    • Health care funding
      • Charter of Relationship Principles Governing Health System Transformation, 640
    • Indigenous communities
      • access to services, 144–145
      • consultation with, 145
      • living conditions
        • Bearskin Lake, 1386
    • Indigenous communities - health care
      • mental health services, 145
      • nursing stations vs. hospitals, 146
      • self-governance, 145
    • Indigenous relations
    • Indigenous youth
      • suicide rates, 1082
    • Macdonald, Sir John A.
    • Macdonald. Sir John A.
      • statue in Victoria, BC, 782
    • Members' statements
      • Conditions in Bearskin Lake, 1386
      • Indigenous mental health services, 1087
      • Riding of Kiiwetinoong, 339–340
      • Sir John A. Macdonald statue, 782
    • Members'/ministers' constituencies
    • Members'/ministers' inaugural speeches, 144–146
    • Mercury poisoning (Grassy Narrows and Wabaseemoong)
      • remediation fund, 680
      • remediation of Wabigoon River, 807
      • remediation timeline, 680
      • treatment centre, 680
    • Ministry of Indigenous Affairs
      • dedicated minister, 13
      • mandate, 13
    • Northern Ontario
      • general remarks, 988
    • Oral questions
      • Indigenous affairs
      • Indigenous economic development
      • Indigenous health care
      • Indigenous mental health services
      • Mercury poisoning
        • presented, 680
    • Post-traumatic stress disorder
      • in indigenous communities, 596
    • Private members' public business
      • PTSD Awareness Day Act, 2018 (Bill 9)
        • second reading, 596
    • Reconciliation with Indigenous peoples
      • general remarks, 145
    • Residential schools
      • legacy of, 867
    • Ring of Fire development
      • consultation with Indigenous communities, 13, 1275
    • Throne speech debate
    • Tributes
      • Kamenawatamin, Karlena, 1084
  • Mantha, M. (NDP, Algoma–Manitoulin)

    • Access to Natural Gas Act, 2018 (Bill 32)
      • second reading, 1457
    • Auditor General
      • Review of the 2018 Pre-Election Report on Ontario’s Finances, 1211–1212
    • Autism services - youth and adult
      • employment programs, 48
    • Cap and Trade Cancellation Act, 2018 (Bill 4)
    • Cap-and-trade cancellation - economic impact
    • Climate change mitigation
      • government strategy, 563
    • Curriculum - health and physical education (2015), repeal of
      • general remarks, 44
    • Curriculum - Truth and Reconciliation
      • writing workshops, cancellation of, 98
    • Electricity rates
      • affordability, 565
      • reduction, financing for, 564
    • Elliot Lake Inquiry (2014), 445
    • French-language debates
      • Débat sur le discours du trône
      • Déclarations des députés
        • Équipes de robotique de l'École Notre-Dame-du-Sault, 340
      • Government orders
        • Comité spécial sur la transparence financière
      • Pétitions
        • Affaires autochtones, 748
        • Normes d'emploi, 185
        • Prévention du tabagisme chez les jeunes, 184–185, 343
    • Government finances - line-by-line review
    • Government notice of motions
      • Select Committee on Financial Transparency
    • Government orders
    • Government record
      • Liberal (2003-2018)
        • fiscal policies, 1212
    • Green Ontario Program (GreenON) cancellation
      • contract eligibility deadline, 236
      • economic impact, 236–237
      • retrofit rebates
        • effect on consumers, 564
        • effect on delivery agents, 97, 563
      • wood-heating programs, 97, 564
    • Home heating
    • Hydro One privatization
      • effect on electricity rates, 97, 100
    • Indigenous relations
      • government strategy, 98
    • Members' statements
      • École Notre-Dame-du-Sault robotics teams, 340
      • Northern transportation, 21
    • Members'/ministers' birthdays
      • Tabuns, Peter (TorontoDanforth), 1437
    • Members/ministers quoting
      • reports
        • Review of the 2018 Pre-Election Report on Ontario’s Finances, 1212
    • Mental health care funding
      • general remarks, 446
    • New Democratic Party (NDP)
      • cap-and-trade, 563
    • Northern Ontario
    • Ontario's Fair Hydro Plan
      • continuation of, 275
      • reflection on line-by-line review, 275
    • Oral questions
      • Energy conservation
      • Northern transportation
    • Petitions
    • Policy development
      • influences on, 1211
    • Private members' public business
      • Fairness in Petroleum Products Pricing Act, 2018 (Bill 7)
    • Rail service
      • Huron Central Railway
        • government funding, 1185
    • Reconciliation with Indigenous peoples
      • government strategy, 44
    • Ring of Fire
      • consultation with Indigenous communities, 98
    • Road maintenance in winter
      • accountability and transparency, 97–98
    • School board trustees
      • removal from board, 447
    • School facilities - maintenance and repair
      • funding source, 97
    • Select Committee on Financial Transparency
      • official opposition members, participation, 1212
    • Strikes
      • back-to-work legislation
        • impact on bargaining process, 275
    • Teachers
      • appreciation for, 340
    • Throne speech debate
    • Transit
      • in northern Ontario, 97
    • Transportation services
      • in northern Ontario
        • bus services, changes to, 21
    • Urgent Priorities Act, 2018 (Bill 2)
      • second reading, 275
    • Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB)
      • government strategy, 446
  • Martin, R. (PC, Eglinton–Lawrence)

    • Appreciation
      • Wilson, Tom, 582
    • Auditor General
      • Review of the 2018 Pre-Election Report on Ontario’s Finances, 1243
    • Better Local Government Act, 2018 (Bill 5)
    • Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
      • s.33: notwithstanding clause
        • inclusion of, 951
        • and judicial review, 952
        • re Toronto City Council reform
          • political community, response of, 1000
    • Cannabis Statute Law Amendment Act, 2018 (Bill 36)
      • second reading, 1359
    • Cap and Trade Cancellation Act, 2018 (Bill 4)
    • Cap-and-trade cancellation
      • compensation, 857
    • Climate change mitigation
      • by private sector, 663
    • Cost of living
      • general remarks, 424
    • Efficient Local Government Act, 2018 (Bill 31)
      • second reading, 952
    • Government debt
    • Government downsizing
      • as fiscal policy, 700
      • general remarks, 407
    • Government orders
      • Government policies
      • Select Committee on Financial Transparency
    • Government record
      • Liberal (2003-2018)
        • fiscal policies, 1244
    • Gun violence
      • in EglintonLawrence, 425
      • government strategy, 79
    • Immigrants
      • employment, 424
    • Independent Financial Commission of Inquiry
    • Legislative procedure
    • Members' statements
      • Disaster relief, 1034
      • Wilson, Tom, 582
    • Members'/ministers' constituencies
      • EglintonLawrence, 424
    • Members'/ministers' inaugural speeches, 422–425
    • Mental health care services
      • government strategy, 757
    • Ontario's Fair Hydro Plan
      • accounting treatment, 1243
      • cost of, 1243
    • Oral questions
      • Community safety
      • Economic development
      • Government fiscal policies
      • Municipal government
    • Parliamentary Budget Officer
      • Fiscal Sustainability Report (2018), 1324
    • Petitions
      • Royal Canadian Legion halls, 184
    • Policy development
      • public consultation, 713
    • Private members' public business
      • Mental health and addiction services
        • responded to, 757
    • Public accounts 2017-2018
    • Renewable energy contracts
    • Select Committee on Financial Transparency
    • Small business
      • regulations, 424
    • Standing Orders by order
      • S.O. 23(i): matters out of order in debate, imputes false or unavowed motives, 614, 690–691, 958, 991
    • Typhoon Mangkhut, 1034
    • Urgent Priorities Act, 2018 (Bill 2)
  • Martow, G. (PC, Thornhill)

    • Accessible Parking and Towing Industry Review Committee Act, 2018 (Bill 39)
      • first reading, 1441
    • Business environment
      • impact of electricity rate reduction, 276–277
    • Cap and Trade Cancellation Act, 2018 (Bill 4)
    • Cap-and-trade
      • as carbon tax, 872
    • Carbon pricing
      • effect on emissions, 872
    • Climate change mitigation
      • general remarks, 873
    • Developmental services
    • Efficient Local Government Act, 2018 (Bill 31)
    • French-language debates
      • Affaires d'intérêt public émanant des députés
        • Cartes Santé, 1502
    • French-language services
    • Government finances
      • source of, 217
    • Government orders
      • Government policies
      • Standing orders
    • Health cards (OHIP)
      • integration of liguistic data, 1502
    • High-tech sector
      • economic impact by region
    • Home heating
      • in northern Ontario, 872, 874
    • Labour relations
      • collective bargaining, 206
    • Legislative procedure
      • broadcast of proceedings, 1073
      • debate
        • unparliamentary language, 1072
      • general remarks, 1073
      • House schedules
      • private members' public business
        • time allotment, 1071
    • Legislative process
      • general remarks, 1071
      • House schedules
        • overnight sittings, 1073
      • time allocation, 1073
    • Members' statements
      • Chai Lifeline Canada, 20
      • City of Markham, 181–182
      • Jewish High Holy Days, 889
      • Reena Foundation, 1438
    • Ministry of Labour
      • assistance re collective bargaining, 206
    • Oral questions
      • Seniors
        • presented, 678
    • Palliative care beds
    • Petitions
      • Guide and service animals, 1193
      • Mental health and addiction services, 1445–1446
      • Public transit, 1089
    • Private members' public business
      • Accessibility for persons with disabilities
      • Compassionate Care Act, 2018 (Bill 3)
        • second reading, 399
      • Garrett's Legacy Act (Requirements for Movable Soccer Goals), 2018 (Bill 11)
      • Health cards
      • PTSD Awareness Day Act, 2018 (Bill 9)
        • second reading, 597
      • Youth employment
        • responded to, 764
    • Public education campaigns - Mental health
      • PTSD Awareness Day Act, 597
    • Senior citizens
      • health and well-being
        • government strategy, 678
    • Soccer goalposts, unanchored
    • Standing Orders
      • amendment of
        • select committee on (proposed), 1071
      • general remarks, 1071
    • Statements by stakeholders
      • constituents
        • re s.33: notwithstanding clause, 983
        • re Toronto City Council reform, 983
    • Strikes
      • in post-secondary education sector, prevention, 209
    • Throne speech debate
      • participation, 166
    • Urgent Priorities Act, 2018 (Bill 2)
    • White Pines Wind Project
      • notice to proceed, 276
    • York region
    • York University strike
    • York University strike - back-to-work legislation
      • continuation of bargaining, 207
      • general remarks, 207
      • mediator-arbitrator
        • criteria for consideration, 207
        • mandate and timeline, 207
      • non-compliance, penalties, 207
      • strike/lockout prohibition clause, 207
    • Youth employment
      • employer incentives, 764
  • McDonell, J. (PC, Stormont–Dundas–South Glengarry)

    • Better Local Government Act, 2018 (Bill 5)
    • Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
      • s.33: notwithstanding clause
        • general remarks, 966
    • Debates re answers to oral questions
    • Democracy
      • and parliamentary privilege, 966
    • Drive Clean program
    • Efficient Local Government Act, 2018 (Bill 31)
      • second reading, 966
    • Elections and by-elections
      • municipal level
    • Legislative process
      • public gallery, clearing of, 966
    • Members' statements
      • Events in Stormont–Dundas–South Glengarry, 303
      • Nunney, Claude, 1387
    • Municipal and regional governments
      • autonomy of, 609
      • regional priorities, differences in, 609–610
      • role of, 609
      • two-tier model, 609
    • Oral questions
      • Greenhouse gas emissions
    • Parliamentary privilege
      • and democracy, 966
    • Regional/district chairs
    • Toronto City Council reform, 1062–1063
    • Tributes
      • Nunney, Claude, 1387
  • McKenna, J. (PC, Burlington)

    • Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
      • s.33: notwithstanding clause
        • and parliamentary supremacy, 988
    • Cannabis
      • illegal market, 809
      • private retail, 808
    • Cap and Trade Cancellation Act, 2018 (Bill 4)
    • Cap-and-trade
      • general remarks, 545
    • Cap-and-trade cancellation
      • compensation, 664
    • City of Toronto et al. v Ontario (Attorney General), 2018 ONSC 5151
      • appeal of, 988
      • and parliamentary privilege, 988
    • Colleges and universities
      • free speech policy, 837
    • Efficient Local Government Act, 2018 (Bill 31)
    • Government debt
    • Government finances
      • general remarks, 412
    • Government finances - line-by-line review
      • general remarks, 52
    • Legislative process
      • public gallery, clearing of, 987
    • Members'/ministers' inaugural speeches, 262–264
    • Members/ministers quoting
      • poetry
        • If (Kipling), 263
    • Oral questions
      • Cannabis regulation
      • Freedom of expression
        • presented, 837
      • Government spending and accounting practices
        • presented, 412
      • Senior citizens
      • Taxation
        • presented, 135
    • Senior citizens
      • government strategy, 1435
    • Throne speech debate
    • Urgent Priorities Act, 2018 (Bill 2)
  • McNaughton, Hon. M. (PC, Lambton–Kent–Middlesex)

    • Access to Natural Gas Act, 2018 (Bill 32)
    • Agricultural events
      • International Plowing Match, 1449
    • Agriculture industry
      • economic impact, agri-food, 1449
    • Electricity rates
      • reduction of, 253
    • Farmers
      • natural gas, access to, 1449
    • Home heating
    • Infrastructure development
      • economic impact, 1450
    • Infrastructure - telecommunications
      • government strategy, 294
    • Infrastructure - transit
      • government funding
        • from Integrated Bilateral Agreement, 1450
    • Mining industry
      • economic impact
        • general remarks, 1450
    • Natural gas
      • access to
    • Natural gas expansion
      • cost
        • to ratepayer vs. taxpayer, 1450
      • impact on residential customers, 1448, 1451
      • Natural Gas Grant Program (NGGP)
      • private sector distribution, 1448, 1450
      • program criteria
        • development through regulation, 1450
    • Natural gas infrastructure
    • Natural gas rates
    • Oral questions
    • Renewable energy contracts - cancellation
    • Rural Ontario
      • economic impact, 1449
    • Statements by stakeholders
    • Urgent Priorities Act, 2018 (Bill 2)
    • Waterfront Toronto development
      • Sidewalk Labs project
        • economic impact, 529
  • Miller, N. (PC, Parry Sound–Muskoka)

    • Business environment
    • Cannabis consumption - youth
      • age restrictions, 1415
    • Cannabis - regulatory framework
      • mandated review, 1416
      • taxation and revenue sharing, 1416
    • Cannabis Statute Law Amendment Act, 2018 (Bill 36)
    • Electricity rates
      • reduction, 95
    • Firefighters
      • appreciation for, 410
    • Government orders
    • Hospital construction by region
      • Parry SoundMuskoka, 797
    • Indigenous relations
    • Members' statements
      • Events in Parry Sound, 139
    • Members'/ministers' personal narratives, 796–797
    • Mercury poisoning (Grassy Narrows and Wabaseemoong)
      • government response, 1322
    • Ontario Provincial Police (OPP)
      • northern detachments, 886
    • Oral questions
      • Community safety
        • presented, 886
      • Firefighting in northern Ontario
      • Mercury poisoning
      • Taxation
    • Petitions
    • Police services
      • government funding, 886
    • Throne speech debate
      • participation, 95
    • Tributes
      • Gadwa, Jerry, 410
    • Wildfires in northern Ontario
      • government response to, 637
      • international aid, 410
      • Parry Sound 33, 637
    • York University strike - back-to-work legislation
      • general remarks, 95
  • Miller, P. (NDP, Hamilton East–Stoney Creek)

    • Cannabis
      • second-hand exposure to, 1411
    • Cannabis - regulatory framework
      • enforcement
        • general remarks, 1411
    • Cannabis Statute Law Amendment Act, 2018 (Bill 36)
      • second reading, 1411
    • Ministry of Community and Social Services Amendment Act (Social Assistance Research Commission), 2018 (Bill 24)
      • first reading, 744
  • Mitas, C. (PC, Scarborough Centre)

    • Government downsizing
      • municipal level, consultation, 735
    • Human Rights Code Amendment Act (Genetic Characteristics), 2018 (Bill 40)
      • first reading, 1441
    • Independent Financial Commission of Inquiry
      • general remarks, 175
      • resources, 175
    • Oral questions
      • Government spending and accounting practices
        • presented, 175
      • Municipal elections
    • Private members' public business
      • Affordable housing
      • Garrett's Legacy Act (Requirements for Movable Soccer Goals), 2018 (Bill 11)
        • second reading, 602
      • Youth employment
    • Soccer goalposts, unanchored
      • risk of injury/death, 602
    • Social housing stock
      • capital repairs, backlog, 1304
    • Toronto City Council - wards, redrawing of
      • general remarks, 805
      • and voter representation, 806
    • Toronto Transit Commission (TTC)
      • Scarborough subway extension, 805
    • Transit systems - expansion by region
      • Scarborough, 805
    • Urgent Priorities Act, 2018 (Bill 2)
      • second reading, 204
    • York University strike
      • student impact, 204
    • Youth employment
      • general remarks, 762
  • Monteith-Farrell, J. (NDP, Thunder Bay–Atikokan)

    • Access to Natural Gas Act, 2018 (Bill 32)
    • Basic Income Pilot cancellation
      • process of, 733
    • Cannabis
      • education
    • Cannabis - legalization
    • Cannabis - regulatory framework
      • enforcement
        • police resources, 1402
    • Cannabis Statute Law Amendment Act, 2018 (Bill 36)
      • second reading, 1402
    • Driving - drug-impaired
    • First Nations police services
      • general remarks, 815
    • Forest industry
      • general remarks, 1389
    • Hospital services
      • capacity and overcrowding
        • Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre, 1079
    • Members' statements
      • First Nations policing, 815
      • Injured workers, 1440
      • Opioid abuse, 1034–1035
      • Riding of Thunder Bay–Atikokan, 379
    • Members'/ministers' constituencies
      • Thunder BayAtikokan, 379
    • Mental health care funding
      • in Thunder Bay, 1079
    • Ministerial statements
      • Forest industry
    • Natural gas expansion
      • cost
        • of infrastructure development, 1457–1458
        • to ratepayer vs. taxpayer, 1457
      • target communities, 1457
    • Opioid abuse
    • Oral questions
      • Health care funding
      • Labour dispute
        • presented, 298
      • Social assistance
        • presented, 733
    • Petitions
      • Social assistance, 1009
    • Public education campaigns - environment
      • National Forest Week, 1389
    • Strikes
      • Port Arthur Health Centre, 298
    • Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB)
      • compensation rates, 1440
  • Morrison, S. (NDP, Toronto Centre)

    • Affordable housing
    • Affordable housing - supply
    • British Home Children
      • memorial plaque, 1438
    • Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
      • s.33: notwithstanding clause
        • re Toronto City Council reform, 843
          • legal community, response of, 951
    • Curriculum - health and physical education
      • and identity, 121
      • student safety and well-being, 1444
    • Curriculum - health and physical education (2015), repeal of
      • public response to, 1444
    • Curriculum - Truth and Reconciliation
      • content, 293
      • writing workshops, cancellation of, 293
    • Debates re answers to oral questions
    • Democracy
      • general remarks, 505
    • Dish with One Spoon wampum treaty, 119
    • Education - post-secondary
      • employment model, 204
    • Efficient Local Government Act, 2018 (Bill 31)
      • second reading, 951
    • Gender-based violence
    • Government downsizing
    • Gun violence
    • Housing
      • as a human right, 1299
    • Housing affordability by region
    • Indigenous communities
      • right to vote, 1444
      • in urban areas, 119
    • Judiciary
      • as balance on legislative powers, 951
    • Labour relations
      • collective bargaining, 218
      • general remarks, 217
    • LGBTQ community
      • reflection of, in education, 121
      • violence against, 121
    • Members' statements
    • Members'/ministers' constituencies
    • Members'/ministers' inaugural speeches, 119–121
    • Members'/ministers' personal narratives, 119–120
    • Members'/ministers' privileges
      • wearing of paraphernalia
    • Members'/ministers' remarks
      • withdrawn, 951
    • Midwives
    • Minimum wage
      • worker demographics, 1284
    • Ministerial statements
      • Gender Equality Week
      • International Day of the Girl
    • Ministry of Indigenous Affairs
      • dedicated minister, 123
    • Oral questions
      • Affordable housing
      • Curriculum
        • presented, 293
      • Municipal elections
    • Pay equity by industry
    • Petitions
    • Private members' public business
      • Affordable housing
      • Fighting Back Against Handguns Act (Handgun Ammunition Sales), 2018 (Bill 30)
        • second reading, 1514
      • Municipal elections
    • Public education campaigns - children
    • Reconciliation with Indigenous peoples
      • government strategy, 120
    • Social housing stock
      • capital repairs, backlog, 1301
    • Strikes
      • back-to-work legislation
        • impact on bargaining process, 204
      • as a constitutional right, 218
    • Throne speech debate
    • Toronto City Council reform
    • Urgent Priorities Act, 2018 (Bill 2)
  • Mulroney, Hon. C. (PC, York–Simcoe)

    • Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
      • role in policy development, 950
      • s.33: notwithstanding clause
        • general remarks, 884, 950
        • historical use, 950
        • and parliamentary supremacy, 884, 949–950, 998
        • re Toronto City Council reform
        • threshold for use, 949
    • Cannabis
      • equity of access, 1345
    • Cannabis consumption - location restrictions
      • alignment with tobacco regulations, 1344
      • impact on equity of access, 1345
      • prohibited locations, 1344–1345
      • vehicles and boats, 1345
      • via municipal bylaw, 1344
    • Cannabis - regulatory framework
    • Cannabis retail
      • implementation timeline, 1344
      • in Indigenous communities, 1343
      • private market model, 1343
    • Cannabis retail - licensing
      • application process
        • applicant review, 1344
        • implementation timeline, 1344
        • licence components, 1343
        • notification and consultation period, 1344
      • enforcement, 1344
      • oversight by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO), 1343–1344
      • quantity caps
    • Cannabis retail - Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS)
      • as exclusive online retailer, 1343
    • Cannabis retail - physical stores
      • location restrictions, 1343
      • municipal opt-out
    • Cannabis retail - unlicensed dispensaries
      • penalties
    • Cannabis Statute Law Amendment Act, 2018 (Bill 36)
    • Carbon pricing - federal carbon tax
      • legal challenge to, 640, 680, 778
      • legal challenge to, cost of, 640
      • Saskatchewan legal challenge, participation in, 640, 679
    • City of Toronto et al. v Ontario (Attorney General), 2018 ONSC 5151
      • appeal of, 948–949
      • re Toronto City Council reform
        • constitutionality of, 948
      • request for stay of decision, 948–949
    • Efficient Local Government Act, 2018 (Bill 31)
    • French-language debates
      • Déclarations ministérielles et réponses
        • Jour des Franco-Ontariens et des Franco-Ontariennes, 1190–1191
      • Loi de 2018 modifiant des lois en ce qui concerne le cannabis, projet de loi 36
      • Loi de 2018 pour des administrations locales efficaces, projet de loi 31
      • Questions orales
        • Immigration francophone, 473
        • La Francophonie, 1180
        • Plan d'action du gouvernement, 174
        • Réglementation du cannabis, 809–810
        • Sécurité communautaire, 331–332
        • Services en français, 1179
        • Taxation, 576
    • Government downsizing
      • as fiscal policy, 948
    • Government finances
      • review of government programs, 1327
    • Gun violence
    • Judiciary
      • policy development, role in, 949
    • Municipalities
      • provincial jurisdiction over, 949
    • Ontario Special Investigations Unit Act, 2018, S.O. 2018, c. 3, Sched. 4
      • consultation on, 11
    • Oral questions
      • Cannabis regulation
        • responded to, 810
      • Community safety
      • Court ruling
      • Government accountability
        • responded to, 998
      • Legal clinic funding
      • Municipal elections
      • Special investigations unit
        • responded to, 11
      • Taxation
    • Statements by stakeholders
      • public officials
        • re s.33: notwithstanding clause (Charter), 949
      • re cannabis regulatory framework, 1342–1343
    • Toronto City Council
      • decision-making process, 948
    • Toronto City Council - election (2018)
    • Toronto City Council reform
    • Toronto City Council - wards, redrawing of
      • alignment with provincial ridings, 948
      • and voter representation, 948
    • Toronto (City) v Ontario (Attorney General), 2018 ONCA 761
      • decision re stay, 1077