January 15, 1973

ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS

AIRPORTS

PC

John Allen Fraser

Progressive Conservative

Mr. John A. Fraser (Vancouver South):

Mr. Speaker, I rise to ask the unanimous consent of the House to move the following motion, under Standing Order 43, of urgent and pressing necessity, namely, the failure, as yet, of the government to make public any environmental impact study for consideration at the expropriation hearings commencing Wednesday, January 17, 1973, relating to the proposed new runway at the Vancouver International Airport. I move, seconded by the hon. member for Fraser East (Mr. Patterson):

That this House direct the Ministry of Transport to immediately file with the hearing officer any and all environmental impact studies relating to the effects of the proposed new runway at Vancouver International Airport and to make the same available to the objectors who are appearing at the said hearing commencing Wednesday, January 17, 1973.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   AIRPORTS
Sub-subtopic:   VANCOUVER INTERNATIONAL-PROPOSED NEW RUNWAY-ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY-REQUEST FOR UNANIMOUS CONSENT TO MOVE MOTION
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Lucien Lamoureux (Speaker of the House of Commons)

No affiliation

Mr. Speaker:

Hon. members have heard the motion presented to the House. Under the terms of Standing Order 43 it requires unanimous consent. Is there unanimous consent?

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   AIRPORTS
Sub-subtopic:   VANCOUVER INTERNATIONAL-PROPOSED NEW RUNWAY-ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY-REQUEST FOR UNANIMOUS CONSENT TO MOVE MOTION
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Some hon. Members:

Agreed.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   AIRPORTS
Sub-subtopic:   VANCOUVER INTERNATIONAL-PROPOSED NEW RUNWAY-ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY-REQUEST FOR UNANIMOUS CONSENT TO MOVE MOTION
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Some hon. Members:

No.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   AIRPORTS
Sub-subtopic:   VANCOUVER INTERNATIONAL-PROPOSED NEW RUNWAY-ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY-REQUEST FOR UNANIMOUS CONSENT TO MOVE MOTION
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NONE

Lucien Lamoureux (Speaker of the House of Commons)

No affiliation

Mr. Speaker:

There is not unanimity and the motion cannot be put.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   AIRPORTS
Sub-subtopic:   VANCOUVER INTERNATIONAL-PROPOSED NEW RUNWAY-ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY-REQUEST FOR UNANIMOUS CONSENT TO MOVE MOTION
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ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS

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Mr. R. Gordon L. Fairweather@Fundy-Royal

Mr. Speaker, pursuant to Standing Order 43 I seek leave to move a motion in view of a decision of a county court judge in Ontario which challenges the right of a provincial government to legislate aspects of environmental control. I propose to move, with the unanimous consent of the House, seconded by the hon. member for Vancouver South (Mr. Fraser):

That this house requests the Attorney General of Canada to make a formal reference on this matter to the Supreme Court of Canada under the appropriate provision of the Supreme Court Act.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS
Sub-subtopic:   EFFECT OF COURT JUDGMENT ON RIGHT OF PROVINCES TO LEGISLATE-REQUEST FOR UNANIMOUS CONSENT TO MOVE MOTION
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NONE

Lucien Lamoureux (Speaker of the House of Commons)

No affiliation

Mr. Speaker:

The House has heard the motion proposed by the hon. member for Fundy-Royal. It requires the unanimous consent of the House under the terms of Standing Order 43.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS
Sub-subtopic:   EFFECT OF COURT JUDGMENT ON RIGHT OF PROVINCES TO LEGISLATE-REQUEST FOR UNANIMOUS CONSENT TO MOVE MOTION
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Some hon. Members:

Agreed.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS
Sub-subtopic:   EFFECT OF COURT JUDGMENT ON RIGHT OF PROVINCES TO LEGISLATE-REQUEST FOR UNANIMOUS CONSENT TO MOVE MOTION
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Some hon. Members:

No.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS
Sub-subtopic:   EFFECT OF COURT JUDGMENT ON RIGHT OF PROVINCES TO LEGISLATE-REQUEST FOR UNANIMOUS CONSENT TO MOVE MOTION
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NONE

Lucien Lamoureux (Speaker of the House of Commons)

No affiliation

Mr. Speaker:

There is not unanimous consent.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS
Sub-subtopic:   EFFECT OF COURT JUDGMENT ON RIGHT OF PROVINCES TO LEGISLATE-REQUEST FOR UNANIMOUS CONSENT TO MOVE MOTION
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BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE

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Lucien Lamoureux (Speaker of the House of Commons)

No affiliation

Mr. Speaker:

May I refer to the practice which has arisen in recent years with regard to the introduction and first reading of public bills. On today's order paper there are listed some 120 bills for introduction by private members. It was not practical or possible for the Chair to review the provisions of each of those bills. May I therefore suggest to the House that we adopt the procedure which was agreed upon in recent sessions, namely, that we proceed to the introduction and first reading of those bills so that each may be scrutinized between now and its being called for second reading in order to allow the Chair to consider whether there is any defect in the bills in respect of the practices and usages of the House.

I suggest that by unanimous consent all the public bills listed in the names of private members for introduction on today's order paper be deemed to have been introduced, given first reading and ordered to be printed, and to stand for second reading at the next sitting of the House, subject of course to a subsequent examination as to the regularity of each bill. Is the procedure to which I have referred agreed to by the House?

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE
Sub-subtopic:   PROCEDURE RESPECTING INTRODUCTION OF PUBLIC BILLS ON ORDER PAPER
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Some hon. Members:

Agreed.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE
Sub-subtopic:   PROCEDURE RESPECTING INTRODUCTION OF PUBLIC BILLS ON ORDER PAPER
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PUBLIC BILLS


Bill C-5, to amend the Pension Benefits Standards Act (Information to Employees)-Mr. Rose. Bill C-6, to amend the National Housing Act (municipal water and soil pollution projects)-Mr. Alexander.



January 15, 1973 Public Bills Bill C-7, to amend the Statistics Act (area statistics)- Mr. MacDonald (Egmont). Bill C-8, to amend the Income Tax Act (section 239)- Mr. Lambert (Edmonton West). Bill C-9, to better assure the public's rights to freedom of access to public documents and information about government administration (administrative disclosure)- Mr. Mather. Bill C-10, to amend the British North America Act, 1867 (abolition of the Senate)-Mr. Knowles (Winnipeg North Centre). Bill C-ll, to amend the Railway Act-Mr. Thomas (Moncton). Bill C-12, to amend the British North America Acts, 1867 to 1965 (Yukon and Northwest Territories Senate Representation)-Mr. Nielsen. Bill C-13, respecting National Youth Appreciation Week-Mr. Reynolds. Bill C-14, to amend the Bank of Canada Act-Mr. Caouette (Temiscamingue). Bill C-15, concerning the Exportation of the Growth and Produce of Canada-Mr. Peters. Bill C-16, to amend the Indian Act-Mr. Foster. Bill C-17, to amend the Canada Elections Act (permanent voters list)-Mr. Buchanan. Bill C-18, to provide for the establishment of the Alaska-Yukon Highway Authority (Alaska Highway)-Mr. Oberle. Bill C-19, to amend the Financial Administration Act (Public Accounts)-Mr. Hales. Bill C-20, to change the name of the Crown Assets Disposal Corporation-Mr. Cullen. Bill C-21, to amend the Harbour Commissions Act (Nanaimo Harbour Commission)-Mr. Douglas. Bill C-22, to amend the Broadcasting Act (advertising on children's programs)-Mr. McGrath. Bill C-23, to amend the Fisheries Act-Mr. Barnett. Bill C-24, to amend the Supreme Court Act (judicial office)-Mr. Fairweather. Bill C-25, to amend the National Energy Board Act-Mr. Andre. Bill C-26, to establish the National Urban Transportation Authority-Mr. Stevens. Bill C-27, to amend the Criminal Records Act-Mr. Rynard. Bill C-28, to Regulate Election Expenses-Miss MacDonald (Kingston and The Islands). Bill C-29, to amend the Criminal Code (control of motor vehicle)-Mr. Nesbitt. Bill C-30, to amend the Senate and House of Commons Act-Mr. Stewart (Cochrane). Bill C-31, respecting the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act-Mr. Blaker. Bill C-32, to amend the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (notice of representation at hearings)-Mr. Howie. Bill C-33, to provide for the constitution of a Federal Transport Commission of Inquiry (impartial investigation of transport accidents)-Mr. Forrestall. Bill C-34, Act to amend the Criminal Code (abortion)- Mrs. Maclnnis (Vancouver-Kingsway). Bill C-35, to amend the Motor Vehicle Safety Act (seat belts)-Mr. Mather. Bill C-36, to establish an Administrative Review Board-Mr. Rose. Bill C-37, to establish a Universal Emergency Telephone Number-Mr. Mather. Bill C-38, respecting the disclosure of financial interests by Senators, Members of the House of Commons and certain other persons-Mr. Knowles (Winnipeg North Centre). Bill C-39, to amend the Harbour Commissions Act-Mr. Reynolds. Bill C-40, to provide for a national plebiscite on the removal of the abortion provisions from the Criminal Code of Canada-Mr. Reynolds. Bill C-41, to provide the Protection of News Sources (Press Privilege)-Mr. Peters. Bill C-42, to restrain the use of tobacco-Mr. Mather. Bill C-43, to amend the Canada Elections Act (prisoners enfranchised)-Mr. MacDonald (Egmont). Bill C-44, to amend the Canada Labour (Standards) Code (Severance Pay)-Mr. Peters. Bill C-45, respecting rate fares for disabled persons on federal modes of transport (free or reduced rates)-Mr. Nesbitt. Bill C-46, to amend the Criminal Code (cruelty to animals)-Mr. Mather. Bill C-47, to amend the Criminal Code (Harassing telephone communications)-Mr. Mather. Bill C-48, respecting boating safety-Mr. Mather. Bill C-49, respecting disclosure of credit rating records-Mr. McGrath. Bill C-50, respecting the presence of the National Flag of Canada in both Houses of Parliament-Mr. Stewart (Cochrane). Bill C-51, to amend the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act-Mr. Lambert (Edmonton West). Bill C-52, to amend the British North America Acts, 1867 to 1965, with respect to the quorum of the House of Commons-Mr. Knowles (Winnipeg North Centre). Bill C-53, to provide for the establishment of the Alaska-Yukon Highway Authority (Alaska Highway)-Mr. Reynolds. Bill C-54, respecting the continental shelf-Mr. McGrath. Bill C-55, to amend the Canada Elections Act (permanent voters list)-Mr. Fleming.



Bill C-56, to amend the Canada Elections Act (proxy voting)-Mr. Horner (Crowfoot). Bill C-57, to amend the Small Loans Act-Mr. Rowland. Bill C-58, respecting the right of the public to information concerning the public business-Mr. Baldwin. Bill C-59, to amend the Criminal Code (young offenders)-Mr. Woolliams. Bill C-60, to amend the Canada Elections Act (publication of the result of opinion polls).-Mr. Coates. Bill C-61, to amend the British North America Acts, 1867 to 1965 (duration of House of Commons)-Mr. Caouette (Temiscamingue). Bill C-62, to designate Major's Hill Park-Mr. Stewart (Cochrane). Bill C-63, to amend the Broadcasting Act-Mr. Mather. Bill C-64, to amend the Canada Labour Code (age or sex discrimination)-Mr. Forrestall. Bill C-65, to amend the Department of the Environment Act (Fisheries)-Mr. McGrath. Bill C-66, to amend the National Transportation Act (rail passenger service)-Mr. Whicher. Bill C-67, to establish the Office of Ombudsman-Mr. Reid. Bill C-68, to amend the Department of Regional Economic Expansion Act-Mr. MacDonald (Egmont). Bill C-69, to amend the Criminal Code regarding disturbances in the House of Commons (disturbance in Parliament)-Mr. Stewart (Cochrane). Bill C-70, to amend the Inquiries Act (publication of reports)-Mr. Alexander. Bill C-71, to amend the Veterans' Land Act-Mr. MacDonald (Egmont). Bill C-72, respecting employment with the Government of Canada not covered by the Public Service Employment Act-Mr. Orlikow. Bill C-73, to amend the Copyright Act-Mr. Rose. Bill C-74, to amend the Canada Corporations Act (not agents of Her Majesty)-Mr. Fortin. Bill C-75, to amend the Canadian Citizenship Act-Mr. Andre. Bill C-76, to amend the Canada Labour Code (increased minimum hourly wage)-Mr. Knowles (Winnipeg North Centre). Bill C-77, to amend the Department of Consumer and Corporate Affairs Act-Mr. Mather. Bill C-78, to amend the Canada Evidence Act (incriminating statements)-Mr. Orlikow. Bill C-79, to amend the Canada Labour Code (provision for ten general holidays with pay)-Mr. Knowles (Winnipeg North Centre). Bill C-80, to amend the Criminal Code (obliteration of motor vehicle serial numbers)-Mr. Mather. Bill C-81, respecting the protection of records of Canadian business concerns-Mr. Mather. Public Bills Bill C-82, to amend the Canadian Citizenship Act (time off without loss of pay for appearance in Citizenship Court)-Mr. Knowles (Winnipeg North Centre). Bill C-83, respecting the labelling of hazardous household products-Mr. Mather. Bill C-84, to amend the Food and Drugs Act-Mr. Mather. Bill C-85, respecting the designation of the Speaker of the House of Commons as the Member for the Electoral District of Parliament Hill-Mr. Knowles (Winnipeg North Centre). Bill C-86, to amend the Canada Elections Act (Publication of Straw Poll Results)-Mr. Peters. Bill C-87, to amend the Criminal Code (preventive detention)-Mr. Orlikow. Bill C-88, respecting the protection of endangered species-Mr. Watson. Bill C-89, respecting the control of lobbying-Mr. Mather. Bill C-90, to amend the Old Age Security Act-Mr. Reynolds. Bill C-91, to amend the Immigration Act (mental retardation)-Mr. Mather. Bill C-92, to establish a Newfoundland Crossing Authority-Mr. Marshall. Bill C-93, to establish the Office of Parliamentary Commissioner-Mr. Reynolds. Bill C-94, respecting the international airport at Ottawa-Mr. Isabelle. Bill C-95, respecting Sir John A. Macdonald Day-Mr. Macquarrie. Bill C-96, to amend the Financial Administration Act (Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration)-Mr. Reynolds. Bill C-97, to amend the Divorce Act-Mr. Fairweather. Bill C-98, to amend the Public Service Staff Relations Act (arbitration awards)-Mr. Reilly. Bill C-99, respecting excavations in Indian and Inuit burial grounds-Mr. Harney. Bill C-100, respecting packaged perishable food-Mr. Mather. Bill C-101, to amend the Harbour Commissions Act (Commission membership)-Mr. Rose. Bill C-102, respecting noise in factories-Mr. Mather. Bill C-103, to amend the Canadian Citizenship Act (Freedom of Conscience)-Mr. Peters. Bill C-104, to amend the British North America Acts, 1867 to 1965 (duration of House of Commons)-Mr. Rowland. Bill C-105, to establish an Atlantic Transportation Council-Mr. Nowlan. Bill C-106, to amend the British North America Acts, 1867 to 1965 (duration of House of Commons)-Mrs. Maclnnis (V ancouver-Kingsway).


January 15, 1973