October 27, 1969

USE OF ABRIDGED ORDER PAPER, DISTRIBUTION OF DAILY PUBLICATIONS

IND

Lucien Lamoureux (Speaker of the House of Commons)

Independent

Mr. Speaker:

Hon. members will recall that during the last session an abridged version of the order paper was produced on an experimental basis. The primary purpose of the experiment was to reduce the very high cost of the printing of parliamentary publications without reducing the information provided to hon. members. After consultations with the house leaders of the various parties it appears that hon. members would agree that the abridged version of the order paper only should be published for a further experimental period. Should the short version prove unsatisfactory the regular version would be reintroduced.

Hon. members noticed, I am sure, the great volume of Hansards, order papers and other papers which accumulated under their desks in the past session. Following consultations with the several house leaders it has been agreed that the filing of such papers under members' desks could be discontinued. It is therefore proposed that the day-to-day papers and publications will continue to be placed on hon. members' desks but that those papers will be removed at the close of each day. An adequate supply of back issues in both languages will be maintained in both lobbies. The ordinary distribution to members' offices will continue as in the past.

I hope that hon. members will find such arrangements acceptable. I shall be pleased to receive suggestions and they will be given due consideration.

Topic:   USE OF ABRIDGED ORDER PAPER, DISTRIBUTION OF DAILY PUBLICATIONS
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ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS

REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVES ACT

LIB

Jean Marchand (Minister of Regional Economic Expansion)

Liberal

Hon. Jean Marchaind (Minister of Regional Economic Expansion):

Mr. Speaker, pursuant to Standing Order 41, I wish to table the first report on the administration of the Regional Development Incentives Act.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVES ACT
Sub-subtopic:   TABLING OF FIRST REPORT
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JUDGES ACT

PROVISION OF ADDITIONAL JUDGES IN ALBERTA AND ONTARIO

LIB

John Napier Turner (Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada)

Liberal

Hon. John N. Turner (Minister of Justice) moved

for leave to introduce Bill C-2, to amend the Judges Act.

Topic:   JUDGES ACT
Subtopic:   PROVISION OF ADDITIONAL JUDGES IN ALBERTA AND ONTARIO
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Motion agreed to, bill read the first time and ordered to be printed.


CRIMINAL CODE

AMENDMENT RESPECTING HATE PROPAGANDA

LIB

John Napier Turner (Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada)

Liberal

Hon. John N. Turner (Minister of Justice) moved

for leave to introduce Bill C-3, to amend the Criminal Code.

Topic:   CRIMINAL CODE
Subtopic:   AMENDMENT RESPECTING HATE PROPAGANDA
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Motion agreed to, bill read the first time and ordered to be printed.


CANADA CORPORATIONS ACT

ADMINISTRATIVE AND CONSEQUENTIAL AMENDMENTS

LIB

Stanley Ronald Basford (Minister of Consumer and Corporate Affairs)

Liberal

Hon. Ron Basford (Minister of Consumer and Corporate Affairs) moved

for leave to introduce Bill C-4, to amend the Canada Corporations Act and other statutory provisions related to the subject matter of certain of those amendments.

Topic:   CANADA CORPORATIONS ACT
Subtopic:   ADMINISTRATIVE AND CONSEQUENTIAL AMENDMENTS
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Motion agreed to, bill read the first time and ordered to be printed. [DOT] (11.10 a.m.)


CRIMINAL RECORDS

PROVISION FOR RELIEF OF CONVICTED PERSONS

LIB

John Napier Turner (Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada)

Liberal

Hon. John N. Turner (for ihe Solicitor General) moved

for leave to introduce Bill C-5, to provide for the relief of persons who have been convicted of offences and have subsequently rehabilitated themselves.

Topic:   CRIMINAL RECORDS
Subtopic:   PROVISION FOR RELIEF OF CONVICTED PERSONS
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October 27, 1969