Official Records for 18 May 2017

Legislative

Assembly
of Ontario

Assemblée

législative
de l’Ontario


Votes and Proceedings

Procès-verbaux

No. 85

No 85

2nd Session
41st Parliament

2e session
41e législature

Thursday
May 18, 2017

Jeudi
18 mai 2017

9:00 A.M.
9 H
PRAYERS
PRIÈRES

ORDERS OF THE DAY

ORDRE DU JOUR

Third Reading of Bill 124, An Act to amend the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006.

Troisième lecture du projet de loi 124, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2006 sur la location à usage d'habitation.

Debate arose and after some time,

Il s’élève un débat et après quelque temps,

Pursuant to the Order of the House dated May 3, 2017,

Conformément à l’ordre de l’Assemblée du 3 mai 2017,

The question was then put.

La question a ensuite été mise aux voix.

Vote deferred.

Le vote est différé.

At 10:03 a.m., the President of the Treasury Board indicated that no further morning business would be called and therefore the House recessed.

À 10 h 03, la Présidente du Conseil du Trésor a indiqué que l’ordre du jour de la séance du matin étant épuisé, la Chambre suspendait ses travaux.

10:30 A.M.
10 H 30

The Speaker addressed the House:-

Le Président s’adresse à la Chambre :-

I beg to inform the House that, pursuant to Standing Order 71(b), the Member for Nipissing has notified the Clerk of his intention to file notice of a reasoned amendment to the motion for Second Reading of Bill 134, An Act to implement 2017 Budget measures (Sessional Paper No. 227).

The Order for Second Reading of Bill 134 may therefore not be called today.

The Speaker delivered the following ruling:-

Le Président a rendu la décision suivante :-

On Monday, May 15, 2017, the Member for Leeds–Grenville (Mr. Clark) raised a question of privilege concerning advertising on electricity pricing. According to the Member, a number of items which were issued or authorized by the government allude to future price cuts and other changes in the electricity sector. The Member alleges that they constitute a prima facie case of contempt by the Minister of Energy because they presume a timeline and outcome of a bill currently before the House. The Government House Leader (Mr. Naqvi) also spoke to the matter and both Members filed written submissions.

Having had the opportunity to review the written notice of the Member for Leeds–Grenville, the oral arguments and written submissions of the Member for Leeds–Grenville and the Government House Leader, and other relevant precedents and authorities, I am now prepared to rule on the matter.

This matter is directly related to my earlier ruling on March 23, 2017. In that instance, the Member for Simcoe–Grey had raised a substantially similar question of privilege, and based upon apparently the same materials as are in question in the current instance.

Those materials are:

1. An undated screenshot of a Facebook advertisement from Ontario Energy;

2. A screenshot of a re-tweet of a similar ad to the one from Facebook, showing the date March 2;

3. A screenshot of a re-tweet of a graphic containing the Hydro One name and Logo, showing the date March 2;

4. An Ontario Liberal Party publication, of unknown provenance, referring to the “Fair Hydro Plan”; and

5. Two audio advertisements about the “Fair Hydro Plan” sponsored by the Government of Ontario.

In my earlier ruling, I was not able to find that a prima facie case of contempt had been made out largely due to the fact, and I paraphrase, that to do so would have required me to have been capable of conducting, or to have some sort of jurisdiction to conduct, a legal analysis of the legislative framework that would have been necessary to produce the results alluded to in the ads and other items. Speakers do not undertake legal analysis, make legal findings or attempt to interpret the law.

That is as true in the present case as it was in March. So, the question of whether or not the specific piece of legislation currently before the House, Bill 132, is the sole available mechanism for the Government of Ontario to implement its “Fair Hydro Plan” is not one I can study or answer. Were there, or are there, other viable means to give effect to electricity rate reductions? I cannot know.

However, now that a bill is before the House which has provided the genesis of the complaint from the Member for Leeds–Grenville, I can examine if any of the items do what the ads did in the seminal case on government advertising that was referred to by the Member, that being the 1997 ruling by Speaker Stockwell.

Let me remind the House of what Speaker Stockwell had to say. In addressing definitively worded statements in government ads about municipal reform in Toronto, he stated:

“How is one to interpret such unqualified claims? In my opinion, they convey the impression that the passage of the requisite legislation was not necessary or was a foregone conclusion, or that the Assembly and the Legislature had a pro forma, tangential, even inferior role in the legislative and law-making process, and in doing so, they appear to diminish the respect that is due to the House. I would not have come to this view had these claims or proposals – and that is all that they are – been qualified by a statement that they would only become law if and when the Legislature gave its stamp of approval to them.”

Let me begin by examining the 5 items provided to me by the Member for Leeds–Grenville that I mentioned before. The Ontario Liberal Party ad and the Hydro One ad are not the responsibility of the Government of Ontario or the Minister of Energy, so I accord them no value for the purpose of this consideration.

As for the Facebook and Twitter ads, which are substantially the same, I can report that they each prominently feature both a web address and a separate link to the “Fair Hydro Plan” website. Right on the landing page of this site, is the following language:

“Ontario has introduced legislation that would, if passed, reduce electricity bills…etc.”; and

“In addition, if the proposed legislation is passed, your bill…etc.”

In short, the language on this website is conditional throughout with respect to the “Fair Hydro Plan”.

Likewise, the audio ads that the Member for Leeds–Grenville provided, which are archived from links on the Toronto Star website, direct listeners to the same “Fair Hydro Plan” website as the Facebook and Twitter ads I just mentioned. I take note of the fact that the Member for Leeds–Grenville advises these audio ads were aired sometime during the March break two months ago.

The ads make bold statements, as I noted in my March 23 ruling, but they also have to be taken as a whole – the prominent links and references to the “Fair Hydro Plan” website are just as much a part of the ad as the other statements in them. The advertising and messaging on Bill 132 that has been drawn to my attention, including that provided by the Government House Leader, contains language that, in my opinion, is suitably deferential to the requisite and superior role of this House in first passing the legislation necessary to enact the Plan.

Finally, the 1997 Stockwell ruling precedent that has rightly become so influential in the area of government advertising was made in a context where legislation was then currently before the House, though the then-government advertised about its application in a way that conveyed the impression that it was a done deal. I have not had similar advertising specific to Bill 132 brought to my attention.

For the various reasons just mentioned, I cannot find that a prima facie case of contempt has been established in this matter. In closing I will say that the fact that the advertising and other messaging around Bill 132 is conditional in nature and explicitly recognizes the need for the Bill to first pass in the Legislative Assembly is, in my view, both a vindication of the direction established by Speaker Stockwell 20 years ago, and a full answer to the grievances of the Members for Simcoe–Grey and Leeds–Grenville in the current instance.

I thank the Member for Leeds–Grenville and the Government House Leader for their contributions to this matter.

ORAL QUESTIONS

QUESTIONS ORALES

DEFERRED VOTES

VOTES DIFFÉRÉS

Second Reading of Bill 132, An Act to enact the Ontario Fair Hydro Plan Act, 2017 and to make amendments to the Electricity Act, 1998 and the Ontario Energy Board Act, 1998.

Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 132, Loi édictant la Loi de 2017 sur le Plan ontarien pour des frais d’électricité équitables et modifiant la Loi de 1998 sur l’électricité et la Loi de 1998 sur la Commission de l'énergie de l’Ontario.

Carried on the following division:-

Adoptée par le vote suivant :-

AYES / POUR - 52

Albanese

Anderson

Baker

Ballard

Berardinetti

Bradley

Chan

Chiarelli

Colle

Coteau

Crack

Damerla

Del Duca

Delaney

Des Rosiers

Dhillon

Dickson

Dong

Duguid

Flynn

Fraser

Hoggarth

Hunter

Jaczek

Kiwala

Lalonde

Leal

MacCharles

Malhi

Mangat

Martins

Matthews

Mauro

McGarry

McMahon

McMeekin

Milczyn

Moridi

Murray

Naidoo-Harris

Naqvi

Potts

Qaadri

Rinaldi

Sandals

Sousa

Takhar

Thibeault

Vernile

Wong

Wynne

Zimmer

NAYS / CONTRE - 38

Arnott

Bailey

Barrett

Bisson

Brown

Cho

Clark

Coe

Fedeli

Fife

Forster

French

Gates

Gélinas

Gretzky

Hardeman

Harris

Hatfield

Horwath

Jones

MacLeod

Martow

McNaughton

Miller (Hamilton East-Stoney Creek)

Munro

Nicholls

Oosterhoff

Pettapiece

Sattler

Scott

Smith

Taylor

Thompson

Vanthof

Walker

Wilson

Yakabuski

Yurek

Pursuant to the Order of the House dated May 17, 2017,

Conformément à l’ordre de l’Assemblée du 17 mai 2017,

Referred to the Standing Committee on Justice Policy.

Renvoyé au Comité permanent de la justice.

Third Reading of Bill 96, An Act to enact the Human Trafficking Awareness Day Act, 2017 and the Prevention of and Remedies for Human Trafficking Act, 2017.

Troisième lecture du projet de loi 96, Loi édictant la Loi de 2017 sur la Journée de sensibilisation à la traite de personnes et la Loi de 2017 sur la prévention de la traite de personnes et les recours en la matière.

Carried on the following division:-

Adoptée par le vote suivant :-

AYES / POUR - 90

Albanese

Anderson

Arnott

Bailey

Baker

Ballard

Barrett

Berardinetti

Bisson

Bradley

Brown

Chan

Chiarelli

Cho

Clark

Coe

Colle

Coteau

Crack

Damerla

Del Duca

Delaney

Des Rosiers

Dhillon

Dickson

Dong

Duguid

Fedeli

Fife

Flynn

Forster

Fraser

French

Gates

Gélinas

Gretzky

Hardeman

Harris

Hatfield

Hoggarth

Horwath

Hunter

Jaczek

Jones

Kiwala

Lalonde

Leal

MacCharles

MacLeod

Malhi

Mangat

Martins

Martow

Matthews

Mauro

McGarry

McMahon

McMeekin

McNaughton

Milczyn

Miller (Hamilton East-Stoney Creek)

Moridi

Munro

Murray

Naidoo-Harris

Naqvi

Nicholls

Oosterhoff

Pettapiece

Potts

Qaadri

Rinaldi

Sandals

Sattler

Scott

Smith

Sousa

Takhar

Taylor

Thibeault

Thompson

Vanthof

Vernile

Walker

Wilson

Wong

Wynne

Yakabuski

Yurek

Zimmer

NAYS / CONTRE - 0

The Bill passed.

Le projet de loi est adopté.

Third Reading of Bill 124, An Act to amend the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006.

Troisième lecture du projet de loi 124, Loi modifiant la Loi de 2006 sur la location à usage d’habitation.

Carried on the following division:-

Adoptée par le vote suivant :-

AYES / POUR - 88

Albanese

Anderson

Arnott

Bailey

Baker

Ballard

Barrett

Berardinetti

Bisson

Bradley

Brown

Chan

Chiarelli

Cho

Clark

Coe

Colle

Coteau

Crack

Damerla

Del Duca

Delaney

Des Rosiers

Dhillon

Dickson

Dong

Duguid

Fedeli

Fife

Flynn

Forster

Fraser

French

Gates

Gélinas

Gretzky

Hardeman

Hatfield

Hoggarth

Horwath

Hunter

Jaczek

Jones

Kiwala

Lalonde

Leal

MacCharles

MacLeod

Malhi

Mangat

Martins

Martow

Matthews

Mauro

McGarry

McMahon

McMeekin

Milczyn

Miller (Hamilton East-Stoney Creek)

Moridi

Munro

Murray

Naidoo-Harris

Naqvi

Nicholls

Oosterhoff

Pettapiece

Potts

Qaadri

Rinaldi

Sandals

Sattler

Scott

Smith

Sousa

Takhar

Taylor

Thibeault

Thompson

Vanthof

Vernile

Walker

Wilson

Wong

Wynne

Yakabuski

Yurek

Zimmer

NAYS / CONTRE - 0

The Bill passed.

Le projet de loi est adopté.

The House recessed at 12:02 p.m.

À 12 h 02, la Chambre a suspendu la séance.

1:00 P.M.
13 H

Mrs. Sandals delivered to the Speaker a message from His Honour the Administrator of the Province of Ontario signed by his own hand, and the said message was read by the Speaker and is as follows:-

GEORGE R. STRATHY

The Administrator of the Province of Ontario transmits Estimates of certain sums required for the services of the Province for the year ending 31st March 2018 and recommends them to the Legislative Assembly.

L’Administrateur de la Province de l’Ontario transmet les prévisions des dépenses visant les montants nécessaires au fonctionnement de la province pour l’exercice se terminant le 31 mars 2018 et les recommande à l’Assemblée législative.

Toronto, May 15, 2017.

Toronto, le 15 May 2017.

(Sessional Paper No. 228, Accessibility Directorate of Ontario; Advanced Education and Skills Development; Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs; Attorney General; Cabinet Office; Children and Youth Services; Citizenship and Immigration; Community and Social Services; Community Safety and Correctional Services; Economic Development and Growth / Research, Innovation and Science; Education; Energy; Environment and Climate Change; Finance; Francophone Affairs, Office of; Government and Consumer Services; Health and Long-Term Care; Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation; Infrastructure; International Trade; Labour; Lieutenant Governor, Office of the; Municipal Affairs / Housing; Natural Resources and Forestry; Northern Development and Mines; Premier, Office of the; Seniors Affairs; Status of Women; Tourism, Culture and Sport; Transportation; Treasury Board Secretariat).

(Document parlementaire no 228, Direction générale de l’accessibilité pour l’Ontario; Enseignement supérieur et Formation professionnelle; Agriculture, Alimentation et Affaires rurales; Procureur général; Bureau du Conseil des ministres; Services à l’enfance et à la jeunesse; Affaires civiques et Immigration; Services sociaux et communautaires; Sécurité communautaire et Services correctionnels; Développement économique et Croissance / Recherche, Innovation et Sciences; Éducation; Énergie; Environnement et Action en matière de changement climatique; Finances; Office des affaires francophones; Services gouvernementaux et Services aux consommateurs; Santé et Soins de longue durée; Relations avec les Autochtones et Réconciliation; Infrastructure; Commerce international; Travail; Bureau du lieutenant-gouverneur; Affaires municipales / Logement; Richesses naturelles et Forêts; Développement du Nord et Mines; Cabinet du Premier ministre; Affaires des personnes âgées; Condition féminine; Tourisme, Culture et Sport; Transports; Secrétariat du Conseil du Trésor).

Ordered, That the message of the Administrator of the Province of Ontario together with the Estimates accompanying same be deemed to be referred to the Standing Committee on Estimates pursuant to Standing Order 59.

REPORTS BY COMMITTEES

RAPPORTS DES COMITÉS

Standing Committee on the Legislative Assembly:-

Comité permanent de l’Assemblée législative:-

Bill 87, An Act to implement health measures and measures relating to seniors by enacting, amending or repealing various statutes.

Projet de loi 87, Loi visant à mettre en oeuvre des mesures concernant la santé et les personnes âgées par l’édiction, la modification ou l’abrogation de diverses lois.

Reported as amended.

Rapport est fait du projet de loi modifié.

Report adopted.

Rapport adopté.

Pursuant to the Order of the House dated May 17, 2017,

Conformément à l’ordre de l’Assemblée du 17 mai 2017,

Ordered for Third Reading.

Ordonné à la troisième lecture.

MOTIONS

MOTIONS

With unanimous consent,

Avec le consentement unanime,

On motion by Mrs. Albanese,

Sur la motion de Mme Albanese,

Ordered, That the Standing Committee on Public Accounts be authorized to attend the Annual Conference of the Canadian Council of Public Accounts Committees, and the Standing Committee on the Legislative Assembly be authorized to attend the Annual Meeting of the National Conference of State Legislatures.

Mrs. Albanese moved,

Mme Albanese propose,

That pursuant to Standing Order 6(c)(i), the House shall meet from 6:45 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 18, 2017, for the purpose of considering government business.

Carried on the following division:-

Adoptée par le vote suivant :-

AYES / POUR - 55

Albanese

Anderson

Bailey

Baker

Ballard

Berardinetti

Bradley

Chan

Chiarelli

Clark

Coe

Colle

Crack

Damerla

Del Duca

Delaney

Des Rosiers

Dhillon

Dickson

Dong

Duguid

Fedeli

Flynn

Fraser

Hoggarth

Hunter

Jaczek

Jones

Kiwala

Lalonde

Leal

MacCharles

Malhi

Mangat

Martins

Martow

McMahon

McNaughton

Milczyn

Murray

Naidoo-Harris

Naqvi

Oosterhoff

Qaadri

Rinaldi

Sandals

Scott

Sousa

Thompson

Vernile

Walker

Wong

Yakabuski

Yurek

Zimmer

NAYS / CONTRE - 6

Bisson

DiNovo

Fife

Forster

Miller (Hamilton East-Stoney Creek)

Vanthof

PETITIONS

PÉTITIONS

Fluoridation legislation (Sessional Paper No. P-40) Mrs. Martins.

Shared public assets (Sessional Paper No. P-47) Ms. Forster.

Registered nurses (RNs) cuts (Sessional Paper No. P-57) Ms. DiNovo, Ms. Fife and Ms. Forster.

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

Ontario Northland intercity transportation service (Sessional Paper No. P-103) Mr. Fedeli.

Support the Ontario Fair Hydro Plan and provide relief for Ontario electricity consumers (Sessional Paper No. P-142) Mme Des Rosiers and Mr. Dong.

Protect the conscience rights of Ontario's health care professionals (Sessional Paper No. P-146) Mr. McNaughton and Ms. Thompson.

North York General Hospital Branson Ambulatory Care Centre (Sessional Paper No. P-203) Mrs. Martow.

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ PUBLIC BUSINESS

AFFAIRES D’INTÉRÊT PUBLIC ÉMANANT DES DÉPUTÉS

Mr. Yurek moved,

M. Yurek propose,

Second Reading of Bill 129, An Act to amend the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991 with respect to medical assistance in dying.

Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 129, Loi modifiant la Loi de 1991 sur les professions de la santé réglementées en ce qui concerne l'aide médicale à mourir.

Debate arose.

Il s’élève un débat.

Lost on the following division:-

Rejetée par le vote suivant :-

AYES / POUR - 23

Arnott

Bailey

Barrett

Brown

Cho

Clark

Coe

Fedeli

Hardeman

Harris

Jones

MacLeod

Martow

McNaughton

Nicholls

Oosterhoff

Pettapiece

Scott

Thompson

Walker

Wilson

Yakabuski

Yurek

NAYS / CONTRE - 39

Ballard

Berardinetti

Bisson

Chan

Colle

Coteau

Damerla

Del Duca

Delaney

Des Rosiers

Dhillon

Dong

Duguid

Fife

Flynn

Forster

Fraser

Hoggarth

Hunter

Jaczek

Kiwala

Lalonde

MacCharles

Malhi

Mangat

Martins

Matthews

McGarry

McMahon

Moridi

Murray

Naqvi

Potts

Qaadri

Sousa

Taylor

Thibeault

Vanthof

Vernile

Mr. Anderson moved,

M. Anderson propose,

Private Members’ Notice of Motion No. 58:-

Avis de motion émanant des députés no 58 :-

That, in the opinion of this House, the Legislative Assembly of Ontario should proclaim the third week of May as Young Professional Week to recognize and celebrate the vital role the young professional plays in our communities.

Debate arose.

Il s’élève un débat.

Carried.

Adoptée.

Ms. Forster moved,

Mme Forster propose,

Second Reading of Bill 135, An Act to establish a framework for the licensing of supportive living accommodation.

Deuxième lecture du projet de loi 135, Loi établissant un cadre pour la délivrance de permis d’exploitation de logements supervisés.

Debate arose.

Il s’élève un débat.

Carried.

Adoptée.

Referred to the Standing Committee on General Government.

Renvoyé au Comité permanent des affaires gouvernementales.

During Private Members’ Public Business, proceedings were suspended until the end of the time allotted.

Pendant les Affaires d’intérêt public émanant des députés, les travaux ont été suspendus jusqu’à la fin du temps alloué.

ORDERS OF THE DAY

ORDRE DU JOUR

Ms. Jaczek moved,

Mme Jaczek propose,

That pursuant to Standing Order 47 and notwithstanding any other Standing Order or Special Order of the House relating to Bill 68, An Act to amend various Acts in relation to municipalities, when the Order for Third Reading of the Bill is called, 1 hour of debate shall be allotted to the Third Reading stage of the Bill, apportioned equally among the recognized parties; and

That, at the end of this time, the Speaker shall interrupt the proceedings and shall put every question necessary to dispose of this stage of the Bill without further debate or amendment; and

That the vote on Third Reading may be deferred pursuant to Standing Order 28(h); and

That, in the case of any division relating to any proceedings on the Bill, the division bell shall be limited to 5 minutes.

Debate arose and after some time,

Il s’élève un débat et après quelque temps,

The question was then put.

La question a ensuite été mise aux voix.

Vote deferred on request of the Chief Government Whip.

Le vote est différé par requête du Whip en chef du gouvernement.

Third Reading of Bill 65, An Act to amend the Highway Traffic Act in respect of speed limits in municipalities and other matters.

Troisième lecture du projet de loi 65, Loi modifiant le Code de la route relativement aux limites de vitesse dans les municipalités et à d’autres questions.

Debate resumed and after some time the House recessed at 6:00 p.m.

Le débat a repris et après quelque temps, à 18 h, la Chambre a suspendu la séance.

6:45 P.M.
18 H 45

ORDERS OF THE DAY

ORDRE DU JOUR

Mr. Ballard moved,

M. Ballard propose,

That, pursuant to Standing Order 47 and notwithstanding any other Standing Order or Special Order of the House relating to Bill 114, An Act to provide for Anti-Racism Measures, that the Standing Committee on General Government be authorized to meet on Monday, May 29, 2017, from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. for the purpose of clause-by-clause consideration of the bill; and

That the deadline to file amendments to the bill with the Clerk of the Committee shall be 12:45 p.m. on Monday, May 29, 2017; and

That on Monday, May 29, 2017, at 3:00 p.m., those amendments which have not yet been moved shall be deemed to have been moved, and the Chair of the Committee shall interrupt the proceedings and shall, without further debate or amendment, put every question necessary to dispose of all remaining sections of the Bill and any amendments thereto, one 20-minute waiting period pursuant to Standing Order 129(a) being permitted; and

That the Committee shall report the Bill to the House no later than Tuesday, May 30, 2017; and

That in the event that the Committee fails to report the Bill on that day, the Bill shall be deemed to be passed by the Committee and shall be deemed to be reported to and received by the House; and

That, upon receiving the report of the Standing Committee on General Government, the Speaker shall put the question for adoption of the report forthwith, and at such time the Bill shall be ordered for Third Reading, which Order may be called that same day; and

That, when the Order for Third Reading of the Bill is called, 1 hour of debate shall be allotted to the Third Reading stage of the Bill, apportioned equally among the recognized parties. At the end of this time, the Speaker shall interrupt the proceedings and shall put every question necessary to dispose of this stage of the Bill without further debate or amendment; and

That the vote on Third Reading may be deferred pursuant to Standing Order 28(h); and

That, in the case of any division relating to any proceedings on the Bill, the division bell shall be limited to 5 minutes.

Debate arose and after some time,

Il s’élève un débat et après quelque temps,

During “Orders of the Day”, the Member for Beaches—East York (Mr. Potts), having disregarded the authority of the Chair, was named by the Deputy Speaker and directed to withdraw from the service of the House for the balance of the sessional day.

Pendant la période « Ordre du jour », le député de Beaches—East York (M. Potts), ayant passé outre à l’autorité de La Vice-Présidente, celui-ci l’a désigné par son nom et lui a ordonné de se retirer du service de l’Assemblée pour le reste de ce jour de session.

Debate resumed and after some time,

Le débat a repris et après quelque temps,

The question was then put.

La question a ensuite été mise aux voix.

Vote deferred on request of the Chief Government Whip.

Le vote est différé par requête du Whip en chef du gouvernement.

On motion by Mrs. Albanese, it was Ordered that the House adjourn.

Sur la motion de Mme. Albanese, il est ordonné que la Chambre ajourne ses travaux.

The House adjourned at 8:23 p.m.

À 20 h 23, la Chambre a ajourné ses travaux.

le président

Dave Levac

Speaker

PETITIONS TABLED PURSUANT TO
STANDING ORDER 39(a)

PÉTITIONS DÉPOSÉES CONFORMÉMENT À L'ARTICLE
39a) DU RÈGLEMENT

Global adjustment (Sessional Paper No. P-8) (Tabled May 18, 2017) Mr. Coe.

RESPONSES TO WRITTEN QUESTIONS

RÉPONSES AUX QUESTIONS ÉCRITES

Final Answers to Question Numbers: 264, 265, 266, 267 and 268.

RESPONSES TO PETITIONS

RÉPONSES AUX PÉTITIONS

The price of gasoline (Sessional Paper No. P-25):

(Tabled April 3, 2017) Mme Gélinas.

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

(Tabled April 11, 2017) Mr. Baker.

(Tabled April 12, 2017) Mr. Delaney.

(Tabled April 27, 2017) Mme Des Rosiers.

(Tabled April 11, 2017) Mr. Dickson.

(Tabled April 13, 2017) Ms. Hoggarth.

(Tabled April 3, 2017) Mr. Rinaldi.

(Tabled April 26, 2017) Ms. Wong.

Declare December 13 as the Nanjing Massacre Commemorative Day (Sessional Paper No. P-137):

(Tabled April 3; May 1, 9, 2017) Ms. Wong.

Long-Term Care Homes (Sessional Paper No. P-139):

(Tabled April 3, 2017) Ms. Sattler.

Government advertising (Sessional Paper No. P-160):

(Tabled April 3, 2017) Ms. Jones.

Community Living Guelph Wellington (Sessional Paper No. P-166):

(Tabled April 3, 2017) Mr. Arnott.

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