House Hansard Index: 39th Parliament Session 1: Speaker Index back

House Hansard Index: 39th Parliament Session 1: Speaker Index


  • Gélinas, F. (NDP, Nickel Belt)
    • Aboriginal communities
    • Aboriginal health access centres (AHACs), 365, 379–380, 1307–1308, 3938, 4000
      • government funding, 1308
    • Aboriginal land claims, 7088
    • Aboriginal peoples, 251
      • ceremonial uses of tobacco, 1904
      • health, 1487
      • health promotion, 1488
      • smoking, 1200
      • traditions, 1487
    • Aboriginal youth
    • Advertising
      • ban on junk food advertising, 2373
    • Alcoholic beverages
    • Algoma University Act, 2008 (Bill 80)
    • Anniversaries
      • John Rodriguez's 1st anniversary as mayor of the city of Greater Sudbury, 183
    • Appointments
      • King, Arlene (chief medical officer of health of Ontario), 6235–6236
    • Appreciation
      • Martel, Shelley (former member, Nickel Belt), Elie Martel (former member, Sudbury East), 251
      • nurses, 1930
      • Sullivan, Barbara (chair, Health Professions Regulatory Advisory Council), 6696, 6907
    • Apprenticeship training, 7137
    • Apprenticeship training programs, 7137
      • tuition fees, 7137
      • wage requirements for apprentices, 7137
    • Autism, 5837
    • Autism services, 5837
      • intensive behavioural intervention (IBI)
        • Ceretti, Delanie case, 5837
        • government funding, 7383
    • Automobile industry
      • General Motors of Canada Ltd.
    • Automobile insurance benefits
      • reduction of maximum benefit for non-catastrophic injuries to $25,000, 6843–6844
    • Blister packs, 2305
    • Bone marrow
      • transplantation, 279
    • Books
      • The Secret History of the War on Cancer (Devra Davis), 5651
    • Breastfeeding, 2958, 3048, 3056, 4418–4419
    • Budget Measures Act, 2009 (Bill 162)
    • Budget surplus
      • transfer of funds to municipalities for infrastructure projects, 816
    • C. difficile
      • infection control in hospitals, 2028
    • C. difficile outbreaks, 2237, 2454–2456, 2568
    • Canadian Cancer Society
      • Driven to Quit challenge, 1200
    • Cancer
    • Cancer screening programs
      • breast cancer screening program
    • Cancer treatment
    • Caregiver employment agencies
      • ban on placement fees, 6062
    • Celiac disease
      • screening tests, 6946
    • Centre Roberts/Smart Centre
    • Chemotherapy
    • Child and Family Centre (Sudbury)
      • government funding, 6962
    • Child care
      • government funding, 6963
    • Child Pornography Reporting Act, 2008 (Bill 37)
      • third reading, 4506
    • Child poverty, 254
    • Child protection, 4506
    • Child sexual abuse, 4506
    • Children in care
      • death
        • aboriginal communities, 4999
        • northern Ontario, 4999
    • Children's mental health care
      • government funding, 6962
    • Chronic disease management, 3937
    • College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO), 3997–3998, 4848–4849, 5900
    • College of Trades Appointment Council, 7138
    • Colleges Collective Bargaining Act, 2008 (Bill 90)
    • Colleges of applied arts and technology (CAATs)
      • Algoma University College, 2115
        • programs for aboriginal students, 2117
      • Cambrian College, 2934
      • collective bargaining
        • inclusion of part-time and sessional employees, 2935–2938
      • Collège Boréal, 2117
        • trade programs, 7139
      • government funding, 2934–2935
    • Committees
      • Standing Committee on Public Accounts
        • authority to invite former government employees to appear when considering Auditor General's report, 8675
    • Community health centres (CHCs), 253, 365, 379–380, 878, 2583, 2719–2720, 3938, 4864
      • Corner Clinic, 253
      • Haliburton–Kawartha Lakes–Brock, 4864
      • increase, 3999
    • Construction workers
      • occupational health and safety, 3897
    • Consumer reporting agencies
      • duty to inform about missing or stolen information, 2362
    • Consumer Reporting Amendment Act, 2008 (Bill 75)
      • second reading
        • public consultation, 2362
    • Contaminated soil, 237–238, 3879
    • Coroner inquests
      • Goodwin, James and Ricardo Wesley (died in jail fire), 5384–5385
    • Corporate tax exemptions
      • Ontario tax exemption for commercialization (OTEC)
    • Corporations
      • executive compensation caps for corporations receiving grant or loan from Ontario, 7051
    • Correctional centres
      • Sudbury jail, 5004
    • Cosmetic Pesticides Ban Act, 2008 (Bill 64)
      • second reading, 1858
    • Cosmetic surgery, 4630
    • Credit freeze, 2362
    • Credit unions, 3326–3327, 8034
    • Dairy products industry
    • Day Nurseries Amendment Act (Sun Protection), 2009 (Bill 229)
      • first reading, 9004
    • Debates re answers to oral questions
    • Demonstrations
      • Niagara-region groups protesting health-care service cuts (29 April 2009), 6403
    • Dental care, 252–253, 361, 4024, 5424
    • Diabetes, 3937–3938
      • type 2 diabetes, 246
    • Dialysis
      • nocturnal dialysis, 1970
    • Dietitians
      • expansion of scope of practice
        • ordering diagnostics and treatment procedures, 6909
    • Doctor fees/salaries, 2522
    • Doctor shortage, 2582, 2718, 3998–4001
    • Doctors
    • Domestic Violence Protection Act, S.O. 2000, c.33
      • repealed by Bill 133, 6635
    • Driver education/training
      • fraudulent driver education certificates sold, 6127
    • Driver examinations
    • Driver licences
      • graduated licences
        • daytime passenger restrictions for young drivers, 6129
        • extending length of G1 and G2 periods, 6127
        • zero blood alcohol concentration level for drivers 21 years of age or younger, 6129–6130
    • Drug dispensing machines, 6696, 6911
    • Economic conditions, 3312–3313
    • Economic decline
    • Economic growth
    • eHealth Ontario
      • consultants, 7870–7871
      • contracts, 7029, 7190, 7706, 8407
      • expenditures, 7144, 7223
      • Hudson, Alan (former Chairman)
        • appearance before Standing Committee on Public Accounts, 8618, 8645–8646
      • Kramer, Sarah (former CEO)
        • appearance before Standing Committee on Public Accounts, 8618, 8645–8646
        • salary/bonus, 7029
      • referral to Standing Committee on Public Accounts, 7704
      • review by PricewaterhouseCoopers, 7144, 7706
    • Electricity rates
      • industrial rates, 3314
    • Electronic health records, 7029, 7916–7917
      • protection of privacy, 2226
    • Emergency management
    • Employment-related benefits
      • employee wage security program, 108, 3314
    • Employment Standards Amendment Act (Temporary Help Agencies), 2009 (Bill 139)
      • second reading, 5024
      • third reading, 6219
    • Energy
      • renewable energy, 5015
    • Escherichia coli outbreak
    • Expert Panel on Infertility and Adoption, 6696
    • Family health teams, 365, 2582, 4004, 6905
    • Family Statute Law Amendment Act, 2009 (Bill 133)
    • Farms/farmland
    • Fatalities
      • Stryland, Krista (real estate agent), 4630, 5900
    • Fire alarms
      • interconnected fire alarms, 272
    • Fire escapes
      • non-combustible fire escapes, 272
    • Fire sprinklers
      • mandatory fire sprinkler systems in new residential construction, 7450–7452
    • Food safety, 4581
    • Food service premises
      • disclosure of nutritional information for foods and drinks served on premises, 5389, 6065–6066, 6070
    • Foreign caregivers
    • Forest industry
    • French-language debates
      • Affaires d'intérêt public émanant des députés
        • Jour du lac Supérieur, 4311
        • Loi de 2009 favorisant des choix sains pour une alimentation saine, projet de loi 156
          • première lecture, 5389
        • Loi de 2009 modifiant des lois en ce qui a trait à la protection contre l'incendie, projet de loi 14
        • Loi de 2009 modifiant la Loi sur la location à usage d'habitation (assurance des loyers), projet de loi 209
          • deuxième lecture, 8321
        • Loi de 2007 modifiant la Loi sur les normes d'emploi (augmentation du salaire minimum), projet de loi 7
        • Loi de 2007 modifiant la Loi sur les normes d'emploi (sécurité salariale), projet de loi 6
          • deuxième lecture, 108
        • Loi de 2009 sur le dépistage du cancer du sein, projet de loi 200
          • deuxième lecture, 7445
        • Loi de 2009 sur le Jour de la sensibilisation à la cardiopathie congénitale, projet de loi 178
        • Loi Katelyn Bedard de 2007 sur le Mois de la sensibilisation au don de moelle osseuse, projet de loi 5
          • deuxième lecture, 279
        • Pauvreté, 718–719
        • Qualité de l'eau, 725
        • Semaine de bonté, 7458
      • Déclarations des députés
        • Drapeau franco-ontarien, 2905
        • Journée internationale de la francophonie, 5323
        • Maire de Sudbury, 183
      • Déclarations ministérielles et réponses
        • Cessation de fumer, 1200
        • Journée de l'affaire «personne», 7969
        • Journée de sensibilisation à la prévention des mauvais traitements à l'égard des personnes âgées, 3330
        • Journée internationale de la francophonie, 471
        • Journée internationale des personnes handicapées, 4431
        • Mois de l'histoire des femmes, 7969
        • Mois des personnes âgées, 2305
        • Mois du coeur, 9375
        • TFO, 828
      • Jour de l'opposition
        • Garde d'enfants, 3855
      • Journée internationale des personnes handicapées, 17
      • Loi de 2010 modifiant des lois en ce qui concerne l'apprentissage des jeunes enfants à temps plein, projet de loi 242
        • deuxième lecture, 9638
      • Loi de 2009 modifiant des lois en ce qui concerne le droit de la famille, projet de loi 133
      • Loi de 2008 modifiant la Loi favorisant un Ontario sans fumée, projet de loi 69
      • Loi de 2008 modifiant la Loi sur la sécurité professionnelle et l'assurance contre les accidents du travail, projet de loi 119
      • Loi de 2009 modifiant la Loi sur les professions de la santé réglementées, projet de loi 141
        • deuxième lecture, 4850
      • Loi de 2008 portant sur une alimentation saine pour des écoles saines, projet de loi 8
      • Loi de 2008 sur la négociation collective dans les collèges, projet de loi 90
        • troisième lecture, 2934
      • Loi de 2009 sur le règlement des conflits de travail à l'Université York, projet de loi 145
        • deuxième lecture, 4767
      • Loi de 2009 sur les mesures budgétaires, projet de loi 162
        • troisième lecture, 6962
      • Loi de 2008 sur les services et soutiens favorisant l'inclusion sociale des personnes ayant une déficience intellectuelle, projet de loi 77
      • Loi de 2008 sur l'Office des télécommunications éducatives de langue française de l'Ontario, projet de loi 55
      • Loi de 2009 sur l'Ordre des métiers de l'Ontario et l'apprentissage, projet de loi 183
        • deuxième lecture, 7139
      • Loi de 2008 sur l'Université Algoma, projet de loi 80
      • Loi de 2008 visant à accroître l'accès des Ontariennes et des Ontariens aux professionnels de la santé qualifiés, projet de loi 97
      • Loi do 2007 modifiant la Loi sur les normes d'emploi (sécurité salariale), projet de loi 6
        • deuxième lecture, 108
      • Ordre du jour
      • Pétitions
        • Impôts fonciers, 9415
        • Soins de longue durée, 1890
      • Questions orales
        • Accès aux soins de santé, 3683
        • Affaires francophones, 7832
        • C. difficile, 2735
        • Contrôle des maladies infectieuses, 1768
        • Économie du nord, 5278
        • Financement des hôpitaux, 75
        • Office des affaires francophones, 5831
        • Régimes de retraite, 6228
        • Services en français, 5035–5036, 6749, 8210–8211
        • Soins de longue durée, 198, 421, 3436
        • Soins de santé, 7869
    • French-language education, 1638
    • French River
      • environmental protection, 358
    • Government debt, 5922
    • Government notice of motions
      • Personal health information protection
    • Government orders
    • Government record
    • Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area Transit Implementation Act, 2009 (Bill 163)
      • second reading, 5898
    • Green Energy and Green Economy Act, 2009 (Bill 150)
      • second reading, 5015
    • Harmonized sales tax, 5926, 6154–6156, 9074
      • impact on health care, 8921
      • impact on housing industry, 6962
      • impact on northern Ontario, 8852
    • Health care, 252–253, 2582–2583, 6079
      • human resources management, 2660
      • rural and northern Ontario, 7574, 9448
        • closure of Burk's Falls and District Health Centre, 8104
      • wait times, 882
    • Health care funding
    • Health care reform, 2720–2722, 6907
    • Health insurance
    • Health professionals
    • Health Professions Regulatory Advisory Council, 2722
    • Health promotion, 261, 1507, 8872
    • Health regulatory colleges
      • power to directly observe regulated health professionals, 4630
    • Healthy Decisions for Healthy Eating Act, 2009 (Bill 156)
      • first reading, 5389
    • Healthy Food for Healthy Schools Act, 2008 (Bill 8)
    • Hearing-impaired persons, 3491
    • Heart disease, 5091, 9374–9375
    • Hepatitis C
      • financial assistance to hepatitis C victims, 822
    • Highway accidents/fatalities
    • Highway construction
      • Highway 69 to Highway 17 southway bypass, 6556
    • Highway improvement
      • Highway 404 extension, 725
    • Highway service centres
      • adult-sized personal care areas, 1210
    • Highways
      • Highway 17 bridge
        • renaming of bridge to Constable Albert Nault, 3192
    • HIV (virus)
      • tests, 46
    • H1N1 influenza A (swine flu)
    • Holiday messages, 253
    • Home care, 880, 3963, 4751, 5233, 6405
    • Home care workers, 5993
    • Hospices (terminal care), 881
      • Maison la Paix (Sudbury), 881
    • Hospital boards
    • Hospital budget deficits, 5903
      • Sudbury Regional Hospital, 6394
    • Hospital closure
      • small, rural and northern hospitals, 6385
    • Hospital construction
      • government funding
        • St. Joseph's Health Centre, 4650
      • private-public partnerships, 76
      • Sudbury Regional Hospital, 7274
    • Hospital funding
      • government funding, 4286
    • Hospital housekeeping, 2455, 3442
    • Hospital infections, 2455–2456
    • Hospital sanitation, 2455
    • Hospital services
      • emergency
        • Port Colborne and Fort Erie, 7574, 8104
      • physiotherapy services
      • reduction
      • small, rural and northern hospitals, 6385, 6394
      • Strathroy Middlesex General Hospital, 6847
    • Hospitals
    • Human Resources and Skills Development Canada
      • red seal program, 7138
    • Ideas for the Future Act, 2008 (Bill 100)
    • Identity theft, 2362
    • Immunization
      • H1N1 influenza A (swine flu)
        • health care workers, 8495
        • lineups at clinics, 8621
    • Income disparity, 7051
    • Increasing Access to Qualified Health Professionals for Ontarians Act, 2008 (Bill 97)
    • Industry shutdowns, 3314
    • Infection, 2567–2568
    • Infectious diseases, 4387
    • Infertility, 6696
    • Investing in Ontario Act, 2008 (Bill 35)
    • Job protection commissioner, 3314
    • Laboratory services
      • community-based
    • Labour Relations Amendment Act (Replacement Workers), 2009 (Bill 206)
      • first reading, 7836
    • Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation, 725
    • Lakes
      • protection
        • Nickel Belt, 726
    • Legislative procedure
      • private members' public business, 272
      • tabling of documents, 8827–8828
    • Legislature schedule/agenda
    • Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO)
    • Listeriosis, 6079
    • Local health integration networks (LHINs), 2122–2123, 6405–6406
    • Long-term care, 6405
    • Long-term-care facilities
    • Long-Term Care Homes Act, S.O. 2007, c.8, 5684
    • Long-term-care workers, 5381
    • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), 2366, 5184–5185
    • Manitoba
      • driver education/training, 6128
    • Manufacturing industry
    • Meat industry
    • Medical officers of health, 2162, 2447, 3533, 4147, 6079
    • Medical schools
    • Members'/ministers' constituencies/constituency events
    • Members'/ministers' inaugural speeches, 251–253
    • Members'/ministers' personal narratives, 252, 272, 4765–4766, 7137–7138
    • Members/ministers quoting committee submissions
      • Office of the Fairness Commissioner, 3998
    • Members/ministers quoting documents
      • A Health Vision for the Future (Chiefs of Ontario), 1488
    • Members/ministers quoting letters
      • Geneva Centre for Autism, 7383
      • harmonized sales tax, re, 9073–9074
      • Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, 3182
      • Open Letter to the Premier re the Mining Act (social justice organizations, faith groups and environmental groups, 17 March 2008), 6929
    • Members/ministers quoting newspaper articles
      • Chatham Daily News, 6403
      • Hamilton Spectator, 2456
      • New York Times, 2455
      • Toronto Star, 5684
    • Members/ministers quoting reports
      • The Anatomy of the Canadian Job Market (TD Economics), 3313
    • Members/ministers quoting statements
      • Arnold, Ken (president, Ontario Medical Association), 6071
      • Callard, Cynthia (executive director, Physicians for a Smoke-Free Canada), 4302
      • College of Dietitians of Ontario, 6909
      • Doyle, Winnie (vice-president of clinical programs, St. Joseph's Healthcare), 5886
      • Fucile, Wendy (president, Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario), 6071
      • Grinspun, Doris (executive director, Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario), 895
      • Haugh, Liz (president-elect, Ontario Public Health Association), 6071
      • Imperial Tobacco of Canada, 4302
      • Jeffery, Bill (Centre for Science in the Public Interest), 6071
      • Kessler, Gladys (United States district court judge), 5652
      • Marin, André (Ombudsman of Ontario), 2637
      • Miller, Mark (head of infection control, Montreal's Jewish General Hospital), 2455
      • Ontario Health Coalition, 5904
      • Organization of Part-Time and Sessional Employees of College of Applied Arts and Technology (OPSECAAT), 2935–2936
      • Rachlis, Michael (health policy consultant), 2582, 2716
      • Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario, 6908
      • Rubin, Donna (chief executive officer, Ontario Association of Non-Profit Homes and Services for Seniors), 526, 5902
      • Schizophrenia Society of Ontario, 4061
      • Thomas, Warren (president, Ontario Public Service Employees Union), 2394, 8619–8620
    • Members'/ministers' remarks
      • Liberal (2003-2010)
        • Best, Margarett (Scarborough–Guildwood)
          • as Minister of Health Promotion, 8782
        • Caplan, David (Don Valley East)
          • as Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, 7706
        • Carroll, Aileen (Barrie)
        • Duncan, Dwight (Windsor–Tecumseh)
          • as Minister of Finance/Chair of Management Board of Cabinet, 3116–3117
        • Matthews, Deborah (London North Centre)
          • as Minister of Children and Youth Services, 2467, 7383
        • McGuinty, Dalton (Ottawa South)
          • as Ontario Premier, 7706
        • Smitherman, George (Toronto Centre)
          • as Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, 2447, 5662
      • NDP (2003-2010)
        • Horwath, Andrea (Hamilton Centre), 6227
    • Members' statements
      • Accessibility for the disabled, 3491
      • CIBC labour dispute, 1300–1301
      • Community health centres, 365
      • Credit unions and caisses populaires, 8034
      • Diagnostic services, 7697
      • Health care, 4294–4295
      • Health promotion, 8872
      • Hepatitis C, 822
      • Hospital funding, 6394
      • International Credit Union Day, 3326–3327
      • Mayor of Sudbury, 183
      • Nault, Albert, 3192
      • Northern home repair program, 5889
      • Nurses, 1930, 5834
      • Nursing Week, 6807
      • Prorogation, 9699
      • Public health, 2447
      • Sewage sludge, 3737
      • Sudbury jail, 5004
      • Veterans, 8549
      • Waste disposal, 5129
      • Workplace fatalities, 6892
    • Mental health care, 4061
      • Durham region, 4251
      • government funding, 4061
      • laid-off workers, 5780
      • wait times, 5780
    • Midwives
      • expansion of scope of practice
        • prescribing drugs, 6911
    • Miners
      • Hemlo Mines
        • workers' compensation claims, 5123
    • Minimum wage
    • Mining Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.M.14
      • reform consultation, 6787
    • Mining Amendment Act, 2009 (Bill 173)
    • Mining industry, 4473–4474
      • consultation with First Nations
        • mining legislation and regulations, 6929, 6934
      • economic importance, 6930–6931
      • environmental assessment for mining activities, 6928
      • history, 6927
      • layoffs, 5278
      • revenue sharing, 6795
    • Ministerial statements, responded to
    • Ministry of Education
      • pupil accommodation review guidelines, 2237
    • Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
      • aging-at-home strategy, 6894
      • Children in Need of Treatment (CINOT) dental program, 5424
      • Ontario Cancer PET Registry Study, 2365
      • Ontario Cardiac PET Registry Study, 2365
      • Ontario PET access program, 2365
      • Sapsford, Ron (Deputy Minister of Health and Long-Term Care)
    • Ministry of Health Promotion, 362, 3136
      • Smoke-Free Ontario strategy, 7961
    • Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing
      • northern home repair program, 5889
    • Municipal infrastructure
      • government funding, 815
    • National child benefit supplement (NCBS)
    • NDP
    • Non-profit organizations
      • Independent Living Resource Centre, 17
    • Northern and Rural Health Care Advisory Panel, 6385
    • Northern Ontario
      • grants
        • northern health travel grant (NHTG) program, 879
    • Northern Ontario growth plan
      • G-North round table, 2242
    • Nurse practitioners, 3999, 6696
      • expansion of scope of practice
        • admitting and discharging privileges, 6909
        • prescribing drugs, 6908
      • Sudbury, 2723
    • Nurses, 5834, 6807
    • Nutrition, 372
    • Obesity
    • Ombudsman Amendment Act (Hospitals and Long-Term Care Facilities), 2008 (Bill 89)
    • Ombudsman of Ontario
      • power to investigate children's aid societies, school boards or hospitals, 4849, 5902
    • Ontario budget speech (26 March 2009)
    • Ontario College of Trades, 7135, 7137–7138
      • board of governors, 7138
      • divisional boards, 7138
      • trade boards, 7138
    • Ontario College of Trades and Apprenticeship Act, 2009 (Bill 183)
    • Ontario disability support program (ODSP), 17, 252
    • Ontario disability support program (ODSP) benefits, 4431, 6894
    • Ontario French-language Educational Communications Authority Act, 2008 (Bill 55)
    • Ontario health insurance plan (OHIP)
      • chiropractic/physiotherapy services, 5904
      • coverage for eligible military families, 14
      • delisting insured health services, 5615
      • inclusion of PET scans as insured service, 7697
      • inclusion of prostate-specific antigen test as insured service, 9080–9081
      • provision of insulin pumps and supplies as insured service, 3937
      • three-month waiting period, 253
        • elimination, 498
    • Ontario health premium, 877–882
    • Ontario March of Dimes
      • home and vehicle modification program (HVMP), 6894
    • Ontario Northland Transportation Commission
      • bus service reduction, 2997
    • Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU), 2935
    • Ontario Tax Plan for More Jobs and Growth Act, 2009 (Bill 218)
      • second reading, 8852
    • Ontario Works program benefits
      • back-to-school allowance, 2440
      • winter clothing allowance, 2440
    • Opposition day motions, responded to
    • Oral questions, presented
    • Oral questions, responded to
      • Health care oversight, 2637
    • Patient safety, 4630, 4847–4850, 5900–5901
    • Pension Benefits Amendment Act, 2010 (Bill 236)
      • second reading, 9355
    • Pension benefits guarantee fund, 6228
    • Personal Health Information Protection Act, S.O. 2004, c.3, Sched. A
      • review by Standing Committee on Social Policy, 2225–2226
    • Persons with disabilities, 4431
    • Pesticides/herbicides
      • health risks, 1858
    • Petitions
    • Pharmacists
      • expansion of scope of practice, 6916
      • remote dispensing of drugs, 8941
    • Physiotherapists
    • Physiotherapy services, 5886–5887
    • Positron emission tomography (PET), 2365–2366
    • Poverty, 718–719
    • Poverty reduction strategy, 719, 3938, 5091
    • Power of investigation, 5900
    • Primary health care, 2582, 2719, 4002
    • Private health clinics
    • Private members' public business
      • Breast Cancer Screening Act, 2009 (Bill 200)
        • second reading, 7444
      • Capping Executive Compensation Act, 2009 (Bill 180)
        • second reading, 7051
      • Caregiver and Foreign Worker Recruitment and Protection Act, 2009 (Bill 160)
      • Congenital Heart Disease Awareness Day Act, 2009 (Bill 178)
      • Consumer Reporting Amendment Act, 2008 (Bill 75)
        • second reading, 2362
      • Diabetes Awareness Month Act, 2008 (Bill 113)
      • Diagnostic services
      • Employment Standards Amendment Act (Raising the Minimum Wage), 2007 (Bill 7)
      • Employment Standards Amendment Act (Wage Security), 2007 (Bill 6)
        • second reading, 108
      • Fire Protection Statute Law Amendment Act, 2009 (Bill 14)
      • Fire safety
      • Healthy Decisions for Healthy Eating Act, 2009 (Bill 156)
      • Healthy schools
      • Katelyn Bedard Bone Marrow Awareness Month Act, 2007 (Bill 5)
        • second reading, 279
      • Kindness Week
      • Labour Relations Amendment Act (Replacement Workers), 2009 (Bill 86)
      • Poverty
      • Smoke-Free Ontario Amendment Act (Cigarillos), 2008 (Bill 124)
      • Water quality
    • Property tax assessment
      • freeze-until-sale assessment, 2305
    • Provincial advisory committees, 7138
    • Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth, 5000
      • access to information, 4999
    • Provincial parks
      • Ipperwash Provincial Park
        • return to Chippewas of Kettle and Stony Point First Nation, 7088–7089
    • Public education campaigns
    • Public health units, 2447, 5082
      • Grey Bruce Health Unit
        • appointment of assessor to investigate status of mandatory services, 5082
    • Public transportation
      • government funding, 5898
    • Regulated Health Professions Amendment Act, 2009 (Bill 141)
    • Regulated Health Professions Statute Law Amendment Act, 2009 (Bill 179)
    • Reports
      • Better Access to Outpatient Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Ontario - But For Whom? (John You, Vikram Venkatesh, Andreas Laupacis), 5184
      • Cancer System Quality Index 2009 (Cancer Quality Council of Ontario), 6388
      • Chief Medical Officer of Health Annual Report 2007 (Working Together to Build a Stronger Public Health System), 4147
      • Chief Medical Officer of Health's Report on the Management of the 2008 Listeriosis Outbreak in Ontario (David Wiliams), 6079
      • The Core Service Role of Small Hospitals in Ontario—Phase One: An Exploration of the Current Services (Ontario Joint Policy and Planning Committee), 6403
      • The Core Service Role of Small Hospitals in Ontario—Phase Two: Recommended Core Services (Ontario Joint Policy and Planning Committee), 6404
      • Eroding Public Medicare: Lessons and Consequences of For-Profit Health Care Across Canada (Natalie Mehra), 3085
      • Home Care: Change We Need (Carol Kushner, Patricia Baranek, Marion Dewar), 3963
      • People Caring for People: Impacting the Quality of Life and Care of Residents of Long-Term Care Homes (Shirley Sharkey), 2639, 5684, 5737
      • Report of the Ipperwash Inquiry (Sidney Linden), 7088
      • Report on Removing Barriers for International Medical Doctors (Laurel C. Broten), 2652
      • Tooth Decay in Ontario's Children: An Ounce of Prevention - A Pound of Cure (Ontario Dental Association), 4024
    • Retirement homes
    • Road Safety Act, 2009 (Bill 126)
    • School board trustees
    • School cafeterias
    • School vending machines
      • ban on unhealthy food and beverages, 246
    • Securities industry
    • Senior citizens, 2305–2306
    • Services and Supports to Promote the Social Inclusion of Persons with Developmental Disabilities Act, 2008 (Bill 77)
    • Sign language interpreters, 3489, 3491–3492
    • Silicosis, 5123
    • Skilled trades, 7137
      • certification, 7137
    • Smoke alarms, 272
    • Smoke-Free Ontario Amendment Act, 2008 (Bill 69)
    • Smoke-Free Ontario Amendment Act (Cigarillos), 2008 (Bill 124)
    • Smoking, 3324, 4307, 5650–5651, 5653, 7149
    • Smoking cessation, 1200
    • Smoking cessation programs
      • government funding, 8782
    • Social assistance benefits, 718, 2467–2468
    • Special care homes
    • Sports and recreation
    • Sports and recreation facilities, 1056
    • Stock exchanges, 3312
    • Streptococcus A infection, 4387–4388
    • Strikes
    • Student Achievement and School Board Governance Act, 2009 (Bill 177)
      • second reading, 7864
    • Tanning services/ultra-violet light treatment services
      • sale or supply to persons under 19 prohibited, 3141
    • Tax credits
      • manufacturing investment tax credit, 3314
    • Temporary help agency employees
    • TFO, 1637
    • Throne speech debate
    • Time allocation motions
      • Budget Measures Act, 2009 (Bill 162)
      • Workplace Safety and Insurance Amendment Act, 2008 (Bill 119)
        • responded to, 3897
    • Tobacco Control Statute Law Amendment Act, S.O. 2005, c.18, 2560–2561
    • Tobacco Damages and Health Care Costs Recovery Act, 2009 (Bill 155)
    • Tobacco Damages and Health Care Costs Recovery Act, SBC 2000, c.30, 5652
    • Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement, 5652
    • Tobacco products
    • Tobacco products manufacturers
      • recovery of tobacco-related health care costs from manufacturers, 5652–5654
    • Tourist attractions
      • Dynamic Earth, 6931
    • Transit systems
      • purchase of mass transit vehicles
        • made in Ontario, 3314
    • Trillium drug program
    • Unemployment
      • northern Ontario, 5909
    • Unemployment rate, 5779
    • Universities/colleges
      • government funding, 2118
      • Laurentian University
        • partnership with Collège Boréal, 2116
        • strike, 4766
      • York University
    • Vale Inco
      • closure, 4473
      • labour demonstration at Sudbury operations (19 September 2009), 7434
    • Veterans
      • post-traumatic stress disorder, 8549
    • Violence against women
    • Waste
      • nuclear/radioactive waste
    • Waste disposal
    • Waste management/programs
      • composting
        • addition of sewage sludge, 8866
      • Estaire, 3641
    • Workers
      • replacement workers
      • skilled worker shortage, 7137
      • skilled workers, 7131
      • temporary workers, 5024
    • Workers' compensation benefits
      • excluded workers, 3806
    • The Worker Recruitment and Protection Act, S.M. 2008, c.23, 6062
    • Workplace Safety and Insurance Amendment Act, 2008 (Bill 119)
    • Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB), 3802–3803
    • York University Labour Disputes Resolution Act, 2009 (Bill 145)
    • Youth Action Alliance, 7149
  • Gerretsen, Hon. J. (LIB, Kingston and the Islands)
    • Air quality, 1311, 1475
      • Sault Ste. Marie, 1974
    • Air quality management
      • Hamilton, 503
    • Air quality standards, 1311, 1974, 7032
      • Hamilton, 503
    • Annual reports
      • Environmental Commissioner of Ontario Annual Report, 2006-2007 (Reconciling Our Priorities), 50
      • Environmental Commissioner of Ontario Annual Report, 2007-2008 (Getting to K(no)w), 3487
    • Bisphenol A
    • Climate Change Secretariat, 4629
      • MacLeod, Hugh (associate deputy minister), 2129
    • Climatic changes, 1198, 3487, 4628–4629, 6079, 6997–6998
      • government response, 6288
    • Contaminated soil, 3879
    • Cosmetic Pesticides Ban Act, 2008 (Bill 64)
    • Debates re answers to oral questions
      • Toxics reduction
        • participation, 8440
    • Earth Hour, 566
    • Energy
      • renewable energy, 6184
    • Energy efficiency
      • Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System, 8960
    • Environment industry, 6396
    • Environmental assessment process, 3487
    • Environmental Commissioner of Ontario, 9497
    • Environmental industry, 1050
    • Environmental programs
    • Environmental protection, 482, 6396
      • emissions and pollutants from energy-from-waste project in Durham region, 9697
    • Environmental Protection Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.E.19
      • Air Pollution - Local Air Quality, O. Reg. 419/05, 1974
    • Environmental Protection Act (Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading), 2009 (Bill 185)
    • Essar Steel Algoma Inc.
      • pollution control equipment, 1974
    • Fires
      • Biedermann Packaging Inc., 24, 1254
        • public inquiries, 2031
    • FoodShare
      • Putting Our Best Food Forward, 1198
    • Government record
    • Grants, 4152
    • Green economy, 5992
    • Green Energy and Green Economy Act, 2009 (Bill 150)
    • Greenhouse gas emissions
    • Hazardous products
    • Lake Simcoe
    • Lake Simcoe Protection Act, 2008 (Bill 99)
    • Lake Simcoe protection plan, 2618, 2681
    • Lake Simcoe science advisory committee, 2618
    • Lake Simcoe stakeholder advisory committee, 2618, 2682
    • Lake Simcoe watershed
    • Landfill sites
    • Members/ministers quoting electronic mail messages
      • Kasperski, Jan (Ontario College of Family Physicians), 2622
      • Suzuki, David (scientist, activist, broadcaster), 1836
    • Members/ministers quoting magazine articles
      • Canadian Geographical Journal, 2617
    • Members/ministers quoting news media
    • Members/ministers quoting reports
      • Environmental Commissioner of Ontario Annual Report, 2007-2008 (Getting to K(no)w), 3487
    • Members/ministers quoting statements
      • Anderson, Roger (regional chair, regional municipality of Durham), 2683
      • Cement Association of Canada, 8959
      • Dawson, Gavin (chair, Lawncare Commodity Group, Landscape Ontario), 1836
      • Eisenberg, Robert (founding chair, Rescue Lake Simcoe Coalition), 2683
      • Forman, Gideon (executive director, Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment), 1835
      • Fucile, Wendy (president, Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario), 6288–6290
      • Goodhand, Peter (chief executive officer, Canadian Cancer Society, Ontario division), 1835, 6488
      • Granek, Fred (Ontario Centre for Environmental Technology Advancement), 6289
      • Grinspun, Doris (executive director, Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario), 1835
      • Kasperski, Jan (chief executive officer, Ontario College of Family Physicians), 1835
      • King, Andy (national health, safety and environment coordinator), 6288
      • MacKenzie, Mark (president, Organic Landscape Alliance), 1836
      • McKeown, David (medical officer of health, Toronto), 1835
      • Merson, Sari (Pesticide Free Ontario), 1835
      • Miller, David (mayor, Toronto), 1835
      • Miller, Gord (Environmental Commissioner of Ontario), 50, 4629, 7293–7294
      • Mitchell, Anne (executive director, Canadian Institute for Environmental Law and Policy), 1836
      • Ontario College of Family Physicians, 1833
      • Pearson, Don (general manager, Conservation Ontario), 2683
      • Reycraft, Doug (president, Association of Municipalities of Ontario), 1836
      • Robinson, Peter (chief executive officer, David Suzuki Foundation), 1835
      • Slaight, Annabel (co-founder, Ladies of the Lake), 2682
      • Smith, Rick (executive director, Environmental Defence), 2682–2683, 6288
      • Suzuki, David (scientist, activist, broadcaster), 5281, 6488, 7294
      • Toxics Reduction Scientific Expert Panel, 6288
      • Uetrecht, Connie (executive director, Ontario Public Health Association), 1835
    • Ministerial statements, presented
    • Ministers redirecting oral questions, 3875, 3879
    • Ministry of Economic Development and Trade
      • Next Generation of Jobs Fund, 1050, 1198
    • Ministry of the Environment, 4152
    • National Pollutant Release Inventory, 6290
    • Nuclear safety
      • Chalk River Laboratories, 4803
    • Opposition day motions, responded to
    • Oral questions, responded to
    • Pension Benefits Amendment Act, 2010 (Bill 236)
      • second reading, 9712
    • Pension plans
    • Pesticides/herbicides
    • Poverty Reduction Act, 2009 (Bill 152)
      • second reading, 5259
    • Private members' public business
    • Propane explosions
    • Public education campaigns
    • Quarries
      • St. Marys Cement's proposal to develop quarry in Flamborough, 3922–3923
    • Reports
      • Moving Forward: A Greenhouse Gas Cap-and-Trade System for Ontario (Ministry of the Environment), 7291
      • Progress in a Climate of Change, A Review of Ontario's Climate Change Action Plan (Office of the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario), 4628–4629
      • Toward a Zero Waste Future: Review of Ontario's Waste Diversion Act (Ministry of the Environment), 4804
    • School boards
      • governance
    • Sewage spills
    • Social housing
    • Stewardship Ontario
      • municipal hazardous or special waste program
        • Do What You Can program, 4804
    • Student Achievement and School Board Governance Act, 2009 (Bill 177)
      • second reading, 7415
    • Time allocation motions
      • Environmental Protection Act (Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading), 2009 (Bill 185)
    • Tire tax, 926–927
    • Toxic substances
    • Toxics Reduction Act, 2009 (Bill 167)
    • Transit systems
      • air-rail link between Union Station and Pearson airport, 7830, 7922
        • environmental assessment, 3186, 3875
        • public consultation, 3875
      • environmental assessment process, 2609–2610, 3487
      • GO Transit
        • Georgetown south service expansion, 7772, 8499
    • United Nations Climate Change Conference 2009 (Copenhagen), 9078
    • United States
      • American Clean Energy and Security Act, 2009, 8958
      • cap and trade system (greenhouse gas emissions trading), 6997
      • Clean Energy Jobs and American Power Act, 8958
      • Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction Act, 6376–6377
    • Vehicle emission tests
    • Waste Diversion Act, S.O. 2002, c.6, 3447
    • Waste Diversion Ontario (WDO)
    • Waste management/programs, 3447, 5081
    • Water quality
      • acceptable levels of radioactive tritium in drinking water, 6807
    • Water quality tests, 837–838
    • Water resources management, 3487
    • Water supply
    • Websites
      • www.dowhatyoucan.ca, 5780
    • Western Climate Initiative, 7291
    • Woodstock and District Development Services
      • Forests for Life, 1198
  • Gravelle, Hon. M. (LIB, Thunder Bay–Superior North)
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