Official Records for 12 September 2017

Legislative

Assembly
of Ontario

Assemblée

législative
de l’Ontario


Votes and Proceedings

Procès-verbaux

No. 91

No 91

2nd Session
41st Parliament

2e session
41e législature

Tuesday
September 12, 2017

Mardi

12 septembre 2017

9:00 A.M.
9 H
PRAYERS
PRIÈRES

ORDERS OF THE DAY

ORDRE DU JOUR

Second Reading of Bill 142, An Act to amend the Construction Lien Act.

Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 142, Loi modifiant la Loi sur le privilège dans l’industrie de la construction.

Debate arose and after some time the House recessed at 10:14 a.m.

Il s’élève un débat et après quelque temps, à 10 h 14, la Chambre a suspendu la séance.

10:30 A.M.
10 H 30

ORAL QUESTIONS

QUESTIONS ORALES

The House recessed at 11:44 a.m.

À 11 h 44, la Chambre a suspendu la séance.

3:00 P.M.
15 H

REPORTS BY COMMITTEES

RAPPORTS DES COMITÉS

The Speaker informed the House,

Le Président a informé la Chambre,

That the Clerk received the Report on Intended Appointments dated September 12, 2017 of the Standing Committee on Government Agencies. Pursuant to Standing Order 108(f)(9), the Report is deemed to be adopted by the House (Sessional Paper No. 304).

Ms. DiNovo from the Standing Committee on Estimates presented the Committee’s report as follows:-

Pursuant to Standing Order 60, your Committee has selected the Estimates (2017-2018) of the following ministries and offices for consideration:-

Treasury Board Secretariat

7 hrs. 30 mins.

Ministry of Energy

7 hrs. 30 mins.

Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care

15 hrs. 00 mins.

Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation

15 hrs. 00 mins.

Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry

7 hrs. 30 mins.

Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services

7 hrs. 30 mins.

Ministry of Infrastructure

7 hrs. 30 mins.

Ministry of Transportation

7 hrs. 30 mins.

Office of Francophone Affairs

15 hrs. 00 mins.

Pursuant to Standing Order 61(a), the Estimates (2017-2018) of the following ministries and offices not selected for consideration are deemed to be passed by the Committee and are reported back to the House:-

ACCESSIBILITY DIRECTORATE OF ONTARIO

3901

Accessibility Directorate of Ontario

$

20,051,300

MINISTRY OF ADVANCED EDUCATION AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

3001

Ministry Administration

$

20,677,400

3002

Postsecondary Education

7,693,152,300

3003

Employment Ontario

1,253,444,600

3004

Strategic Policy and Programs

22,825,200

MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE, FOOD AND RURAL AFFAIRS

101

Ministry Administration

$

22,902,300

107

Better Public Health and Environment

103,995,000

108

Strong Agriculture, Food and Bio-product Sectors and Strong Rural Communities

619,832,100

109

Policy Development

15,944,200

MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL

301

Ministry Administration

$

263,533,500

302

Prosecuting Crime

275,954,000

303

Policy, Justice Programs and Agencies

648,956,700

304

Legal Services

37,599,500

305

Court Services

542,706,300

306

Victims and Vulnerable Persons

177,759,600

307

Political Contribution Tax Credit

8,632,100

CABINET OFFICE

401

Cabinet Office

$

51,518,900

MINISTRY OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES

3701

Ministry Administration

$

15,378,900

3702

Children and Youth Services

4,472,217,900

3703

Infrastructure

63,524,900

MINISTRY OF CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION

601

Ministry Administration

$

22,297,300

602

Citizenship and Immigration

138,653,300

609

Office of the Fairness Commissioner

865,000

MINISTRY OF COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES

701

Ministry Administration

$

38,464,900

702

Adults’ Services

12,314,373,400

703

Poverty Reduction Strategy

66,426,300

MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GROWTH / MINISTRY OF RESEARCH, INNOVATION AND SCIENCE

901

Ministry Administration

$

21,092,600

902

Economic Development and Growth

393,023,700

903

Research, Innovation and Science

690,792,000

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION

1001

Ministry Administration

$

22,061,900

1002

Elementary and Secondary Education

26,279,872,900

1003

Community Services Information and Information Technology Cluster

56,510,700

1004

Child Care and Early Years

1,625,876,100

MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE

1101

Ministry Administration

$

22,681,500

1109

Environmental Planning and Analysis

48,780,400

1110

Environmental Science and Information

61,991,100

1111

Environmental Protection

245,267,900

MINISTRY OF FINANCE

1201

Ministry Administration

$

40,552,700

1202

Government Business Enterprises, Income Security and Pension Policy

106,976,000

1203

Economic, Fiscal, and Financial Policy

1,387,184,100

1204

Financial Services Industry Regulation

10,149,200

1208

Investing in Ontario

1,000

1209

Tax and Benefits Administration

411,484,400

MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT AND CONSUMER SERVICES

1801

Ministry Administration

$

30,637,200

1809

Information, Privacy and Archives

20,823,100

1811

Ontario Shared Services

237,906,000

1812

Advertising Review Board

1,169,300

1814

ServiceOntario

244,419,400

1816

Consumer Services

19,972,800

1817

Government Services Integration Cluster

59,533,200

MINISTRY OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE

3301

Ministry Administration

$

3,509,700

3302

International Trade

58,032,500

MINISTRY OF LABOUR

1601

Ministry Administration

$

21,132,500

1602

Pay Equity Commission

3,596,000

1603

Labour Relations

24,271,100

1604

Occupational Health and Safety

224,171,000

1605

Employment Rights and Responsibilities

38,566,600

OFFICE OF THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

1701

Office of the Lieutenant Governor

$

1,831,500

MINISTRY OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS / MINISTRY OF HOUSING

1901

Ministry Administration

$

24,284,400

1902

Municipal Services and Building Regulation

32,364,500

1903

Local Government and Planning Policy

20,853,200

1904

Affordable Housing

1,184,506,700

MINISTRY OF NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT AND MINES

2201

Ministry Administration

$

14,829,400

2202

Northern Development

1,054,357,500

2203

Mines and Minerals

58,736,900

OFFICE OF THE PREMIER

2401

Office of the Premier

$

2,597,100

MINISTRY OF SENIORS AFFAIRS

3501

Ministry Administration

$

1,172,100

3502

Seniors Affairs

34,077,800

MINISTRY OF THE STATUS OF WOMEN

3601

Ministry Administration

$

1,173,000

3602

Status of Women

24,593,100

MINISTRY OF TOURISM, CULTURE AND SPORT

3801

Ministry Administration

$

11,218,100

3802

Tourism

194,159,400

3803

Sport, Recreation and Community

52,881,700

3804

Tourism and Culture Capital

113,969,000

3805

Culture

258,498,600

3806

Ontario Trillium Foundation

115,001,000

3808

Ontario Cultural Media Tax Credits

484,450,900

Pursuant to Standing Order 61(b), the Report of the Committee was deemed to be received and the Estimates of the ministries and offices named therein were deemed to be concurred in.

INTRODUCTION OF BILLS

DÉPÔT DES PROJETS DE LOI

The following bills were introduced and read the first time:-

Les projets de loi suivants sont présentés et lus une première fois :-

Bill 150, An Act to proclaim Simcoe Day. Mr. Barrett.

Projet de loi 150, Loi proclamant le Jour de Simcoe. M. Barrett.

Bill 151, An Act to amend the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, 1997 to expand the entitlement to benefits under the insurance plan for posttraumatic stress disorder. Mr. Natyshak.

Projet de loi 151, Loi modifiant la Loi de 1997 sur la sécurité professionnelle et l'assurance contre les accidents du travail pour élargir le droit à des prestations pour un état de stress post-traumatique dans le cadre du régime d'assurance. M. Natyshak.

Bill 152, An Act to amend the Representation Act, 2015 and certain other Acts. Hon. Mr. Naqvi.

Projet de loi 152, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2015 sur la représentation électorale et d'autres lois. L'hon. M. Naqvi.

The following bill was introduced, read the first time and referred to the Standing Committee on Regulations and Private Bills:-

Le projet de loi suivant est présenté, lu une première fois et renvoyé au Comité permanent des règlements et des projets de loi d'intérêt privé :-

Bill Pr69, An Act to revive Silver Merle Corporation. Ms. Forster.

PETITIONS

PÉTITIONS

Train derailment outside Gogama (Sessional Paper No. P-2) Mme Gélinas.

Missing person's legislation (Sessional Paper No. P-4) Ms. Fife.

Fluoridation legislation (Sessional Paper No. P-40) Mme Des Rosiers.

Institutional ice machines (Sessional Paper No. P-41) Mr. Potts.

Rail line to City of Cambridge (Sessional Paper No. P-78) Mr. Potts.

Government advertising (Sessional Paper No. P-160) Mr. Walker.

Collingwood General and Marine Hospital (Sessional Paper No. P-165) Mr. Wilson.

County Road 43 Expansion (Sessional Paper No. P-225) Mr. Clark.

Mental health and addiction programs and services (Sessional Paper No. P-226) Mme Gélinas.

Hunting and fishing licences (Sessional Paper No. P-227) Mr. Fedeli.

Wasaga Beach maintenance (Sessional Paper No. P-228) Mr. Wilson.

Public inquiry into long-term care for seniors (Sessional Paper No. P-229) Ms. Fife.

ORDERS OF THE DAY

ORDRE DU JOUR

Second Reading of Bill 148, An Act to amend the Employment Standards Act, 2000 and the Labour Relations Act, 1995 and to make related amendments to other Acts

Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 148, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2000 sur les normes d’emploi et la Loi de 1995 sur les relations de travail et apportant des modifications connexes à d’autres lois.

Debate arose and after some time,

Il s’élève un débat et après quelque temps,

At 6:02 p.m., the following matter was considered in an adjournment debate.

À 18 h 02, la question suivante a été examinée dans un débat d’ajournement.

Member for Whitby—Oshawa (Mr. Coe) to the Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Education – Violence in classrooms.

The House adjourned at 6:12 p.m.

À 18 h 12, la Chambre a ajourné ses travaux.

le président

Dave Levac

Speaker

SESSIONAL PAPERS PRESENTED PURSUANT TO STANDING ORDER 40

DOCUMENTS PARLEMENTAIRES DÉPOSÉS CONFORMÉMENT À L’ARTICLE 40 DU RÈGLEMENT

COMPENDIA:

Bill 152, An Act to amend the Representation Act, 2015 and certain other Acts (No. 305) (Tabled September 12, 2017).

RESPONSES TO WRITTEN QUESTIONS

RÉPONSES AUX QUESTIONS ÉCRITES

Final Answers to Question Number: 468.

RESPONSES TO PETITIONS

RÉPONSES AUX PÉTITIONS

The Estate Administration Tax (Sessional Paper No. P-29):

(Tabled April 12, 2017) Mr. Fedeli.

A universal early childhood education and child care system (Sessional Paper No. P-81):

(Tabled April 12, 27; May 11, 2017) Mme Gélinas.

Eliminating student loan interest (Sessional Paper No. P-102):

(Tabled April 12, 2017) Ms. Sattler.

Cancel LRP I concracts such as Nation Rise Wind project in North Stormont (Sessional Paper No. P-119):

(Tabled April 12, 2017) Mr. McDonell.

The Townships of Scadding and Rathbun (Sessional Paper No. P-144):

(Tabled April 12, 2017) Mr. Vanthof.

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