June 14, 1993

PC

Charles Deblois (Assistant Deputy Chair of Committees of the Whole)

Progressive Conservative

The Acting Speaker (Mr. DeBlois):

Pursuant to Standing Order 76(8), a recorded division on the proposed motion stands deferred.

The first question is on Motion No. 12.

Topic:   GOVERNMENT ORDERS
Subtopic:   NORTHUMBERLAND STRAIT CROSSING ACT
Sub-subtopic:   MEASURE TO ENACT
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Call in the members.


PAIRED MEMBERS


nil/aucun



Government Orders


PC

Steve Eugene Paproski (Deputy Chair of Committees of the Whole)

Progressive Conservative

The Acting Speaker (Mr. Paproski):

I declare the motion lost.

Topic:   GOVERNMENT ORDERS
Subtopic:   PAIRED MEMBERS
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LIB

Alfonso Gagliano (Chief Opposition Whip; Whip of the Liberal Party)

Liberal

Mr. Gagliano:

Mr. Speaker, I think you will find there is unanimous consent for the vote just taken to be applied to all amendments and for the same vote to be applied in reverse to the motion for concurrence at the report stage.

Topic:   GOVERNMENT ORDERS
Subtopic:   PAIRED MEMBERS
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REF

Deborah C. Grey

Reform

Miss Grey:

Mr. Speaker, I would go along with that. I would like my vote recorded as a nay at concurrence stage.

Topic:   GOVERNMENT ORDERS
Subtopic:   PAIRED MEMBERS
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NDP

William Alexander (Bill) Blaikie (N.D.P. Deputy House Leader)

New Democratic Party

Mr. Blaikie:

Mr. Speaker, if I understand correctly, the recommendation is that the vote that was just taken apply to all the amendments and in reverse at concurrence. If that is the case, then we concur as well.

Topic:   GOVERNMENT ORDERS
Subtopic:   PAIRED MEMBERS
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PC

Steve Eugene Paproski (Deputy Chair of Committees of the Whole)

Progressive Conservative

The Acting Speaker (Mr. Paproski):

Is it agreed?

Topic:   GOVERNMENT ORDERS
Subtopic:   PAIRED MEMBERS
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?

Some hon. members:

Agreed.

Topic:   GOVERNMENT ORDERS
Subtopic:   PAIRED MEMBERS
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++NAYS nil/aucun Andre Attewell Baker Belsher The House divided on Motion IBernier Bevilacqua Bertrand Bird negatived on the following division: Bjornson Blackburn (Jonquiere) Blais Blenkam Bosley Boudria Brightwell Cadieux Browes Campbell (South West Nova) (Division No. 536)Catterall Chadwick Champagne (Champlain) Chartrand Chretien Clancy YEASClark (Yellowhead) Clark (Brandon-Souris) Clifford Cole Collins Cooper Corbeil Corbett MembersCote Couture Crosbie (St. John's West) Danis Benjamin Darling DeBlois Blaikiede Cotret Della Noce Brewin ButlandDesjardins Dick Fulton HeapDingwall Dobbie Hunter McLaughlinDomm Dorin Stupich-9 Government Orders NAYS The House divided on Motion No. 54, which was negatived on the following division: Members Andre Baker Bernier Bevilacqua Bjornson Blais Bosley Brightwell Cadieux Catterall Champagne (Champlain) Chretien Clark (Yellowhead) Clifford Collins Corbeil Cote Crosbie (St. John's West) Darling de Cot ret Desjardins Dingwall Do mm Duplessis Epp Feltham Ferland Fontaine Friesen Greene Guarnieri Harb Harvey (Chicoutimi) Hockin Homer Hughes James Jourdenais Koury Langlois Layton Lee Littlechild MacAulay Maheu Martin (Lincoln) Mayer McCreath McGuire Mifflin Monteith Nicholson O'Kurley Phinney Porter Redway Reimer Rideout Roy-Arcelin Scott (Hamilton -Wentworth) Siddon Sobeslti Speller Tardif Thompson Tremblay (Quebec-Est) Valcourt Vankoughnet Vincent Wenman Wilbee Wilson (Swift Current -Maple Creek Winegard Young (Acadie-Bathurst) -145 Attewell Belsher Bertrand Bird Blackburn (Jonquiire) Blenkam Boudria Browes Campbell (South West Nova) Chadwick Chart rand Clancy Clark (Brandon-Souris) Cole Cooper Corbett Couture Danis DeBlois Della Noce Dick Dobbie Dorin Edwards Fee Ferguson Flis Foster Gagliano Grey (Beaver River) Halliday Harvard Hawkes Holtmann Horning Jacques Joncas Kempling Landry Larrivee LeBlanc (Cape Breton Highlands-Canso) Lewis Loiselle MacKay Malone Masse Mazankowski McDougall (St. Paul's) McLean Milliken Moore Oberle Ouellet Pickard Proud Reid Ricard Rompkey Schneider Shields Simmons Soetens Stevenson Thacker Thorkelson Tremblay (Lotbinifcre) Van De Walle Vien Weiner White -Assiniboia) Worthy


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nil/aucun (Division No. 537) ++YEAS Benjamin Members Blaikie Brew in Butland Rilton Heap Hunter McLaughlin Stupich-9 Andre NAYS Members Attewell Baker Belsher Bernier Bertrand Bevilacqua Bird Bjornson Blackburn (Jonqui&re) Blais Blenkam Bosley Boudria Brightwell Browes Cadieux Campbell (South West Nova) Catterall Chadwick Champagne (Champlain) Chartrand Chretien Clancy Clark (Yellowhead) Clark (Brandon-Souris) Clifford Cole Collins Cooper Corbeil Corbett C6te Couture Crosbie (St. John's West) Danis Darling DeBlois de Cotret Della Noce Desjardins Dick Dingwall Dobbie Do mm Dorin Duplessis Edwards Epp Fee Feltham Ferguson Ferland Flis Fontaine Foster Friesen Gagliano Greene Grey (Beaver River) Guarnieri Halliday Harb Harvard Harvey (Chicoutimi) Hawkes Hockin Holtmann Homer Homing Hughes Jacques James Joncas Jourdenais Kempling Koury Landry Langlois Larrivee Layton LeBlanc (Cape Breton Highlands-Canso) Lee Lewis Littlechild Loiselle MacAulay MacKay Maheu Malone Martin (Lincoln) Masse Mayer Mazankowski McCreath McDougall (St. Paul's) McGuire McLean Mifflin Milliken Monteith Moore Nicholson Oberle



June 14, 1993 Adjournment Debate O'Kurley Ouellet Phinney Pickard Porter Proud Redway Reid Reimer Ricard Rideout Rompkey Roy-Arcelin Schneider Scott (Hamilton -Wentworth) Shields Siddon Simmons Sobeski Soetens Speller Stevenson Tardif Thacker Thompson Thorkelson Tremblay (Quebec-Est) Tremblay (Lotbiniere) Valcourt Van De WaUe Vankoughnet Vien Vincent Weiner Wenman Wilbee White Wilson (Swift Current -Maple Creek-Assiniboia) Winegard Young (Acadie-Bathurst)-145 Worthy PAIRED MEMBERS nii/aucun Hon. Elmer M. MacKay (Minister of Public Works) moved that the bill, , as amended, be concurred in.


PROCEEDINGS ON ADJOURNMENT MOTION


A motion to adjourn the House under Standing Order 38 deemed to have been moved.


STEEL INDUSTRY

NDP

Steve Butland

New Democratic Party

Mr. Steve Butland (Sault Ste. Marie):

Mr. Speaker, I am rising to ask for some elaboration from the government on a question I asked on June 1 this month with regard to the steel industry. My question was for the Minister for International Trade. He was not in the House that day. It had to do with the most recent ruling by the Canadian international trade tribunal that had suggested, as the Canadian steel industry believes, the multi countries were in fact dumping steel products into

June 14, 1993

Adjournment Debate

Canada. The CITT saw fit to suggest that despite margins of up to 130 per cent dumping was found-

Topic:   PROCEEDINGS ON ADJOURNMENT MOTION
Subtopic:   STEEL INDUSTRY
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June 14, 1993