July 7, 1966

COMMITTEES OF THE HOUSE


Mr. Gerard Loiselle (SI. Ann) presented the second report of the standing committee on miscellaneous private bills.



First and second reports of standing committee on privileges and elections-Mr. McWilliam.


FINANCE, TRADE AND ECONOMIC AFFAIRS

LIB

Herbert Eser (Herb) Gray

Liberal

Mr. H. E. Gray (Essex West):

Mr. Speaker, I beg to present, in English and French the eleventh report of the standing committee on finance, trade and economic affairs.

In that report the committee refers back to the house a bill concerning an insurance company.

[Note: Text of the foregoing reports appears in today's Votes and Proceedings.1

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STANDING ORDERS-CONCURRENCE IN SECOND REPORT OF STANDING COMMITTEE

LIB

Joseph Patrick Tobin Asselin

Liberal

Mr. Patrick T. Asselin (Richmond-Wolfe) moved

that the second report of the standing committee on standing orders, presented to the house on Tuesday, July 5, be concurred in.

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Motion agreed to.


PENITENTIARIES-CONCURRENCE IN FIRST REPORT OF SPECIAL JOINT COMMITTEE

LIB

Ian Watson

Liberal

Mr. Ian Watson (Chateauguay-Hunlingdon-Laprairie) moved

that the first report of the special joint committee on penitentiaries, presented to the house on Tuesday, July 5, be concurred in.

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RA

Gilles Grégoire

Ralliement Créditiste

Mr. Gilles Gregoire (Lapointe):

Mr. Speaker, once again I want to talk about the quorum of the committees being reduced. At

the beginning of the session we objected to the quorum being reduced and the committees sitting at the same time as the house. On many occasions, the government house leader (Mr. Mcllraith) and even the Prime Minister (Mr. Pearson) told us that they would study the situation in order to solve that problem. Nothing has been done yet and every day new committee reports are presented asking for permission to sit at the same time as the house or as is being done today to reduce the quorum. That is not the solution and we ask the government house leader to find a solution as quickly as possible, so that we will no longer be faced with the same problems. That is why we object to concurrence in that report; if it is concurred in, we ask that it be on division.

Motion agreed to on division.

[DOT] (2:40 p.m.)

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PUBLIC SERVICE

AGREEMENT FOR RECIPROCAL TRANSFER OF PENSION CREDITS

LIB

Mitchell William Sharp (Minister of Finance and Receiver General)

Liberal

Hon. Mitchell Sharp (Minister of Finance):

Mr. Speaker, I am pleased to join with Hon. James Allan, provincial treasurer of Ontario, in announcing a reciprocal agreement for the transfer of pension credits for civil servants transferring from the government of Canada to the province of Ontario or vice-versa.

This agreement is designed to assist a person wishing to transfer his employment from one government to the other to transfer at the same time the pension credits which are acceptable to the other government's pension plan. Details of this procedure authorized under the respective superannuation acts have now been completed. September 1, 1965 is the effective date, and transfers on and after that date will be covered by this authority.

With the agreement of the house I should like to table copies of the agreement.

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LIB

Lucien Lamoureux (Speaker of the House of Commons)

Liberal

Mr. Speaker:

Has the minister leave of the house to table the documents?

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Some hon. Members:

Agreed.

7304 COMMONS

Inquiries of the Ministry PENSIONS

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PROVISION FOR REGULATION OF PRIVATE PLANS

LIB

George James McIlraith (Minister of Public Works; Leader of the Government in the House of Commons; Liberal Party House Leader)

Liberal

Hon. G. J. Mcllrailh (Minister of Public Works):

Mr. Speaker, yesterday a notice was sent in the usual way to enable a bill having to do with pension benefits standards to be placed on the order paper. Through some pure inadvertence on the part of the clerical staff the bill does not appear on Votes and Proceedings of today as it should have. I should like permission to have this bill dealt with as if it had appeared where it should have, and to have the mistake rectified in that way. I ask for the concurrence of the house in this regard.

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LIB

Lucien Lamoureux (Speaker of the House of Commons)

Liberal

Mr. Speaker:

Is that agreed?

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July 7, 1966