|REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE||
October 24, 2002
The Standing Senate Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources
has the honour to table its
Committee, which was authorized by the Senate to incur expenses for the purpose
of its examination and consideration of such legislation and other matters as
were referred to it, reports, pursuant to Rule 104, that the expenses incurred
by the Committee during the First Session of the Thirty-seventh Parliament are
With respect to its examination and consideration of legislation:
Professional Services $ 7,765
Transportation $ -
Other, Miscellaneous $ 572
Witness expenses $ 34,792
Total $ 43,129
With respect to its study on issues relating to energy, the environment
and natural resources:
Professional Services $ 44,241
Transportation $ 270,443
Other, Miscellaneous $ 13,957
Witness expenses $ 8,697
Total $ 337,338
Committee reviewed eight (8) bills (C-10, C-27, C-3, C-33, C-39, C-4, S-15 and
S-18), receiving evidence from 147 witnesses during 40 meetings lasting more
than 60 hours.
Committee also had an order of reference to examine issues relating to energy,
the environment and natural resources generally in Canada, on which it held 16
meetings and heard more than 35 hours of evidence from 62 witnesses.
Under this order of reference, your Committee studied a number of
specific issues, including the continuation and completion of the study on
Nuclear Reactor Safety.
Your Committee traveled on a fact-finding visit to Paris and Vienna in
October 2001 as well as San Francisco and Sacramento in February 2002. In
addition your Committee sent delegations of members to 7 conferences.
Committee submitted 15 reports in relation to its work.