June 25, 1986

PC

Robert René de Cotret (President of the Treasury Board)

Progressive Conservative

Hon. Robert de Cotret (President of the Treasury Board):

Mr. Speaker, pursuant to Standing Order 67(2), I am pleased today to table, in both official languages, my report to this House on my consultations and review of proposals to reform Public Service pension arrangements.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   PUBLIC SERVICE PENSION ARRANGEMENTS
Sub-subtopic:   TABLING OF REPORT OF MINISTER
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TABLING OF REPORTS OF ACTUARIAL CONSULTING FIRMS

PC

Robert René de Cotret (President of the Treasury Board)

Progressive Conservative

Hon. Robert de Cotret (President of the Treasury Board):

Mr. Speaker, I am pleased as well to table in both official languages two reports and documents from an independent private sector actuarial consulting firm on the current financial state of the Public Service plan and on other reform issues.

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Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   TABLING OF REPORTS OF ACTUARIAL CONSULTING FIRMS
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PUBLIC WORKS

TABLING OF REPORT ON ADJUDICATION OF CONTRACTS BELOW

PC

Roch La Salle (Minister of Public Works)

Progressive Conservative

Hon. Roch La Salle (Minister of Public Works):

Mr. Speaker, pursuant to Standing Order 67(2), it is my pleasure to table today in both official languages the report on contracts for public works under $30,000, which report naturally gives a true and honest picture for all regions and provinces as well as the national average.

Topic:   PUBLIC WORKS
Subtopic:   TABLING OF REPORT ON ADJUDICATION OF CONTRACTS BELOW
Sub-subtopic:   $30,000
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PETITIONS

GOVERNMENT RESPONSE

LIB

Philip Derek Lewis

Liberal

Mr. Doug Lewis (Parliamentary Secretary to President of the Privy Council):

Mr. Speaker, pursuant to Standing Order 106(8), I have the honour to table in both official languages the response of the Government to the 11 petitions, as follows: 331-531, 331-532, 331-533, 331-536, 331-537, 331-538, 331539, 331-545, 331-555, 331-580 and 331-581.

Topic:   PETITIONS
Subtopic:   GOVERNMENT RESPONSE
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AGRICULTURE

PC

A.H. Harry Brightwell

Progressive Conservative

Mr. A. H. Harry Brightwell (Perth):

Mr. Speaker, I have the honour to present, in both official languages, the fifth report of the Standing Committee on Agriculture seeking permission for the subcommittee on the tobacco growing industry to travel to the principal tobacco growing regions of the country. The subcommittee is planning to travel in the fall. We would hope to visit various growing, manufacturing and sales facilities in Ontario, Quebec and on the East Coast. We anticipate receiving many submissions to our committee when we visit each area.

Topic:   PETITIONS
Subtopic:   AGRICULTURE
Sub-subtopic:   PRESENTATION OF FIFTH REPORT OF STANDING COMMITTEE
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PETITIONS

CLOSURE OF POST OFFICE-RAVENSCRAG DISTRICT

PC

Geoff Wilson

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Geoff Wilson (Swift Current-Maple Creek):

Mr. Speaker, I have the honour to present a petition signed by a number of residents of the Ravenscrag district in southwestern Saskatchewan protesting the closure of their post office. Having recently lost a school and a grain elevator, this closure represents the final nail in the coffin to the community. The

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people of Ravenscrag request that Canada Post reconsider this hasty decision.

Topic:   PETITIONS
Subtopic:   CLOSURE OF POST OFFICE-RAVENSCRAG DISTRICT
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NON-TRADITIONAL JOBS-ABOLITION OF PREFERENTIAL TILT

NDP

Lorne Edmund Nystrom

New Democratic Party

Mr. Lorne Nystrom (Yorkton-Melville):

Mr. Speaker, I have the honour to present a petition on behalf of several dozen women in Toronto who are attending a training course right now for women in non-traditional jobs. The purpose of their petition is to protest the fact that the federal Government has cut back on the 30 per cent preferential tilt for women entering non-traditional jobs in this country.

Topic:   PETITIONS
Subtopic:   NON-TRADITIONAL JOBS-ABOLITION OF PREFERENTIAL TILT
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REQUEST FOR INQUIRY-ACTIVITIES ON WESTBANK INDIAN RESERVE

PC

Lorne Everett Greenaway

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Lorne Greenaway (Cariboo-Chilcotin):

Mr. Speaker, on behalf of people of Westbank and Kelowna, British Columbia, I would like to table six petitions. They call upon the Government to appoint a commission of inquiry under the Public Inquiries Act into the well-documented dubious activities which have taken place on the Westbank Indian Reserve with the compliance of the B.C. Region of the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development.

I might add that there would be many, many more signatures on these peitions but many people were afraid to sign.

Topic:   PETITIONS
Subtopic:   REQUEST FOR INQUIRY-ACTIVITIES ON WESTBANK INDIAN RESERVE
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REQUEST FOR COMMEMORATIVE STAMP-CANADIAN FIREFIGHTERS

PC

Allan Ernest Pietz

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Allan Pietz (Welland):

Mr. Speaker, it is my pleasure to present a petition today on behalf of the fire departments of Welland, Thorold and St. Catharines. The petition has been certified correct pursuant to Standing Order 106.

It calls for the creation of a commemorative stamp as a tribute to the brave and invaluable service provided by Canadian fire-fighters, a tribute which over 21 other countries have already awarded their fire-fighters.

Topic:   PETITIONS
Subtopic:   REQUEST FOR COMMEMORATIVE STAMP-CANADIAN FIREFIGHTERS
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June 25, 1986