June 3, 2019

LIB

Mark Holland

Liberal

Hon. Mark Holland

Mr. Speaker, I believe if you seek it you will find unanimous consent to apply the result of the previous vote to this vote.

Liberal members are voting in favour of the motion.

Topic:   Government Orders
Subtopic:   Criminal Records Act
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CPC

Mark Strahl

Conservative

Mr. Mark Strahl

Mr. Speaker, the Conservatives agree to apply and will be voting yes.

Topic:   Government Orders
Subtopic:   Criminal Records Act
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NDP

Ruth Ellen Brosseau

New Democratic Party

Ms. Ruth Ellen Brosseau

Mr. Speaker, we agree to apply the result from the previous vote, with the NDP voting no.

Topic:   Government Orders
Subtopic:   Criminal Records Act
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BQ

Luc Thériault

Bloc Québécois

Mr. Luc Thériault

Mr. Speaker, the Bloc Québécois agrees to apply the result from the previous vote and is voting in favour of the motion.

Topic:   Government Orders
Subtopic:   Criminal Records Act
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IND

Maxime Bernier

Independent

Hon. Maxime Bernier

Mr. Speaker, the People's Party of Canada agrees to apply the vote and is voting in favour of the motion.

Topic:   Government Orders
Subtopic:   Criminal Records Act
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GP

Paul Manly

Green Party

Mr. Paul Manly

Mr. Speaker, the Green Party agrees to apply and will be voting yes.

Topic:   Government Orders
Subtopic:   Criminal Records Act
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IND

Jane Philpott

Independent

Hon. Jane Philpott

Mr. Speaker, I agree to apply and will be voting yes.

Topic:   Government Orders
Subtopic:   Criminal Records Act
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IND

Jody Wilson-Raybould

Independent

Hon. Jody Wilson-Raybould

Mr. Speaker, I agree to apply and will be voting yes.

Topic:   Government Orders
Subtopic:   Criminal Records Act
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IND

Darshan Singh Kang

Independent

Mr. Darshan Singh Kang

Mr. Speaker, I agree to apply and I am voting yes.

Topic:   Government Orders
Subtopic:   Criminal Records Act
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IND

Erin Weir

Independent

Mr. Erin Weir

Mr. Speaker, the CCF agrees to apply the vote and is voting in favour of the motion.

Topic:   Government Orders
Subtopic:   Criminal Records Act
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IND

Tony Clement

Independent

Hon. Tony Clement

Mr. Speaker, Parry Sound—Muskoka agrees to apply and is voting yes.

Topic:   Government Orders
Subtopic:   Criminal Records Act
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(The House divided on the motion, which was agreed to on the following division:) Vote #1330


LIB

Geoff Regan

Liberal

The Speaker

I declare the motion carried.

When shall the bill be read a third time? Pursuant to an order made on Tuesday, May 28, 2019, later this day.

Topic:   Government Orders
Subtopic:   Criminal Records Act
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LIB

Geoff Regan

Liberal

The Speaker

Pursuant to paragraph 90(1)(b) of the Parliament of Canada Act, it is my duty to present to the House the annual report of the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2019.

Topic:   Routine Proceedings
Subtopic:   Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner
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LIB

Kevin Lamoureux

Liberal

Mr. Kevin Lamoureux (Parliamentary Secretary to the Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, Lib.)

Mr. Speaker, pursuant to Standing Order 36(8), I have the honour to table, in both official languages, the government's response to 26 petitions.

Topic:   Routine Proceedings
Subtopic:   Government Response to Petitions
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LIB

Bill Casey

Liberal

Mr. Bill Casey (Cumberland—Colchester, Lib.)

Mr. Speaker, I have the honour to present, in both official languages, the 24th report of the Standing Committee on Health, entitled “Tackling the Problem Head-on: Sports-Related Concussions in Canada”.

Pursuant to Standing Order 109, the committee requests that the government table a comprehensive response to this report.

The subcommittee held 13 meetings, received 20 briefs and heard from 42 witnesses over the course of the study. The subcommittee heard from some very high-profile witnesses, including Mr. Gary Bettman, the commissioner of the National Hockey League, and NHL hall of famers Eric Lindros and the Hon. Ken Dryden.

The subcommittee made 13 recommendations, which the standing committee has now approved.

I would like to thank the members of the subcommittee for its hard work over the past few months to make this historic report possible.

Topic:   Routine Proceedings
Subtopic:   Committees of the House
Sub-subtopic:   Health
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LIB

Dan Ruimy

Liberal

Mr. Dan Ruimy (Pitt Meadows—Maple Ridge, Lib.)

Mr. Speaker, I have the honour to present, in both official languages, the 16th report of the Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology, entitled “Statutory Review of the Copyright Act”.

Pursuant to Standing Order 109, the committee requests that the government table a comprehensive response to this report.

I would also like to thank all committee members, all those who appeared before the committee, those who took the time to meet with us on our five-city tour and those who took the time to submit online documents. The committee consulted a broad range of stakeholders to ensure that many perspectives would be considered. In all, we held 52 meetings, heard 263 witnesses, collected 192 briefs and received more than 6,000 emails and other correspondence.

I also want to thank our committee's clerk, analysts and all the supporting staff for doing such an amazing job keeping us on track to do such a lengthy and complex study.

Topic:   Routine Proceedings
Subtopic:   Committees of the House
Sub-subtopic:   Industry, Science and Technology
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CPC

Dan Albas

Conservative

Mr. Dan Albas (Central Okanagan—Similkameen—Nicola, CPC)

Mr. Speaker, I first want to thank everyone who came before the committee and submitted briefs as well as the analysts who supported our work. This was a substantial report and one that I believe is full of largely positive recommendations to ensure that innovation can thrive and that Canadians can have access to the content they want.

Copyright protections cannot be onerous. Creators deserve to be paid for their work, but those works also need to be widely available. That is the balance I hope we struck with this report.

There were two points of disagreement our caucus had within the report. Those are included in our dissenting opinion. The first relates to the artist's resale right. We feel that this refers to real tangible property and that such a measure should not be addressed in the context of copyright. An artist's resale right would be a provincial matter, and we feel that it should not be included in this report.

Second, we believe that Crown copyright should be completely abolished. That view was shared by many witnesses. Unfortunately, the recommendations in this report do not go far enough. Content created with taxpayers' money should belong to all Canadians, and the government should not be able to enforce copyright on those works.

I thank everyone who participated in this review. I encourage the government to review the report and ensure that Canadian copyright law works for our population in the modern world.

Topic:   Routine Proceedings
Subtopic:   Committees of the House
Sub-subtopic:   Industry, Science and Technology
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LIB

Dan Ruimy

Liberal

Mr. Dan Ruimy (Pitt Meadows—Maple Ridge, Lib.)

Mr. Speaker, I have the honour to present, in both official languages, the 17th report of the Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology, entitled “Main Estimates 2019-2020".

Topic:   Routine Proceedings
Subtopic:   Committees of the House
Sub-subtopic:   Industry, Science and Technology
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LIB

Nick Whalen

Liberal

Mr. Nick Whalen (St. John's East, Lib.)

Mr. Speaker, I have the honour to present, in both official languages, the 24th report of the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration, entitled “Main Estimates 2019-20: Votes 1, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 under Department of Citizenship and Immigration and Votes 1 and 5 under Immigration and Refugee Board”.

Topic:   Routine Proceedings
Subtopic:   Committees of the House
Sub-subtopic:   Citizenship and Immigration
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June 3, 2019