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672 bills

^ 41st Parliament (2011/06/02 - ) 1st session (2011/06/02 - 2013/09/13)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-202 (Public bill) Mac Harb An Act to establish and maintain a national registry of medical devices. 18.06.2013 Consideration of Committee Report recommendation that the bill not be proceeded with further in the Senate. Prorogation on Sept. 13, 2013.
S-203 (Public bill) Céline Hervieux-Payette An Act to modernize the composition of the boards of directors of certain corporations, financial institutions and parent Crown corporations, and in particular to ensure the balanced representation of women and men on those boards. 16.12.2011 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 13, 2013.
S-204 (Public bill) Jane Cordy An Act to establish a national strategy for chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI). 20.06.2013 Consideration of Committee Report recommendation that the bill not be proceeded with further in the Senate. Prorogation on Sept. 13, 2013.
S-205 (Public bill) Grant Mitchell An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (carbon offset tax credit). 09.05.2012 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on National Finance; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 13, 2013.
S-207 (Public bill) Charlie Watt An Act to amend the Interpretation Act (non-derogation of aboriginal and treaty rights). 04.06.2013 Committee report adopted. Dropped from Senate Order Paper. Dropped pursuant to Rule 4-15(2) of the Rules of the Senate.
S-208 (Public bill) Mobina S.B.Jaffer An Act to amend the Patent Act and the Food and Drugs Act (drugs for international humanitarian purposes). 29.03.2012 1st Reading. Dropped from Senate Order Paper. Dropped pursuant to Rule 4-15(2) of the Rules of the Senate.
S-210 (Public bill) Mac Harb An Act to amend the Fisheries Act (commercial seal fishing). 27.02.2013 Bill defeated at 2nd reading.
S-211 (Public bill) Maria Chaput An Act to amend the Official Languages Act (communications with and services to the public). 13.02.2013 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on National Finance; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 13, 2013.
S-212 (Public bill) Gerry St. Germain An Act providing for the recognition of self-governing First Nations of Canada. 26.03.2013 1st Reading. Dropped from Senate Order Paper. Dropped pursuant to Rule 4-15(2) of the Rules of the Senate.
S-214 (Public bill) Céline Hervieux-Payette An Act to amend the Criminal Code (protection of children). 23.04.2013 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 13, 2013.
S-215 (Public bill) Pierrette Ringuette An Act to amend the Payment Card Networks Act (credit card acceptance fees). 08.05.2013 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 13, 2013.
S-216 (Public bill) Mobina S.B.Jaffer An Act to amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and the Criminal Code (mental health treatment). 13.06.2013 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Sept. 13, 2013.
S-217 (Public bill) Wilfred P. Moore An Act to amend the Financial Administration Act (borrowing of money). 26.06.2013 Consideration of committee report recommendation that the bill not be proceeded with further in the Senate. Prorogation on Sept. 13, 2013.
S-218 (Public bill) James S. Cowan An Act to prohibit and prevent genetic discrimination. 11.06.2013 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Sept. 13, 2013.
S-219 (Public bill) James S. Cowan An Act to establish the Canadian Commission on Mental Health and Justice. 12.06.2013 1st Reading. Prorogation on Sept. 13, 2013.
S-220 (Public bill) Pierre De Bané An Act to amend the Broadcasting Act (directives to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). 18.06.2013 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Sept. 13, 2013.
S-221 (Public bill) Mobina S.B. Jaffer An Act to amend the Criminal Code (exception to mandatory minimum sentences for manslaughter and criminal negligence causing death. 13.06.2013 1st Reading. Prorogation on Sept. 13, 2013.
S-222 (Public bill) Joseph A. Day An Act to amend the Conflict of Interest Act (gifts). 26.06.2013 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Sept. 13, 2013.
^ 40th Parliament (2008/11/18 - ) 1st session (2008/11/18 - 2008/12/04)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-2 (Government bill) Marjory LeBreton An Act to amend the Customs Act. 02.12.2008 lst reading. Prorogation on Dec. 4, 2008.
S-201 (Public bill) Yoine Goldstein An Act to amend the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (student loans). 25.11.2008 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 4, 2008.
S-202 (Public bill) Yoine Goldstein An Act respecting commercial electronic messages. 25.11.2008 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 4, 2008.
S-203 (Public bill) Sharon Carstairs An Act to amend the Employment Insurance Act (foreign postings). 20.11.2008 1st reading. Prorogation on Dec. 4, 2008.
S-204 (Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act to amend the Library and Archives of Canada Act (National Portrait Gallery). 25.11.2008 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 4, 2008.
S-205 (Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act to amend the Criminal Code (suicide bombings). 20.11.2008 1st reading. Prorogation on Dec. 4, 2008.
S-206 (Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act to amend the Food and Drugs Act (clean drinking water. 20.11.2008 1st reading. Prorogation on Dec. 4, 2008.
S-207 (Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act to require the Minister of the Environment to establish, in co-operation with the provinces, an agency with the power to identify and protect Canada's watersheds that will constitute sources of drinking water in the future. 20.11.2008 1st reading. Prorogation on Dec. 4, 2008.
S-208 (Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act to regulate securities and to provide for a single securities commission for Canada. 26.11.2008 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 4, 2008.
S-209 (Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act to amend the Business Development Bank of Canada Act (municipal infrastructure bonds) and to make a consequential amendment to another Act. 20.11.2008 1st reading. Prorogation on Dec. 4, 2008.
S-210 (Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act respecting a National Philanthropy Day. 20.11.2008 1st reading. Prorogation on Dec. 4, 2008.
S-211 (Public bill) Tommy Banks An Act to amend the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999. 20.11.2008 1st reading. Prorogation on Dec. 4, 2008.
S-212 (Public bill) Tommy Banks An Act to amend the Constitution Act, 1867 (Property qualifications of Senators). 25.11.2008 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 4, 2008.
S-213 (Public bill) Jim Munson An Act respecting World Autism Awareness Day. 25.11.2008 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 4, 2008.
S-214 (Public bill) Serge Joyal An Act to amend the Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act. 26.11.2008 1st reading. Prorogation on Dec. 4, 2008.
S-215 (Public bill) Wilfred P. Moore An Act to amend the Parliament of Canada Act (vacancies). 27.11.2008 1st reading. Prorogation on Dec. 4, 2008.
S-216 (Public bill) Tommy Banks An Act to amend the Federal Sustainable Development Act and the Auditor General Act (Involvement of Parliament). 27.11.2008 1st reading. Prorogation on Dec. 4, 2008.
S-217 (Public bill) Grant Mitchell An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (carbon offset tax credit). 27.11.2008 1st reading. Prorogation on Dec. 4, 2008.

2nd session (2009/01/26 - 2009/12/30)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-5 (Government bill) Marjory LeBreton An Act to amend the Criminal Code and another Act. 01.04.2009 1st reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-6 (Government bill) Marjory LeBreton An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act (accountability with respect to political loans). 26.11.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-7 (Government bill) Marjory LeBreton An Act to amend the Constitution Act, 1867 (Senate term limits). 29.09.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-201 (Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act to amend the Library and Archives of Canada Act (National Portrait Gallery). 01.12.2009 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology; not reported back before prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-202 (Public bill) Lowell Murray An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act (repeal of fixed election dates). 05.11.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-203 (Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act to amend the Business Development Bank of Canada Act (municipal infrastructure bonds) and to make a consequential amendment to another Act. 06.05.2009 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Banking Trade and Commerce; not reported back before prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-204 (Public bill) Mira Spivak An Act to amend the National Capital Act (establishment and protection of Gatineau Park). 14.12.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-206 (Public bill) Elaine McCoy An Act respecting the office of the Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development. 24.11.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-207 (Public bill) Sharon Carstairs An Act to amend the Employment Insurance Act (foreign postings). 29.01.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-209 (Public bill) Céline Hervieux-Payette An Act to amend the Criminal Code (protection of children). 22.06.2009 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-211 (Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act to require the Minister of the Environment to establish, in co-operation with the provinces, an agency with the power to identify and protect Canada's watersheds that will constitute sources of drinking water in the future. 10.06.2009 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-212 (Public bill) Tommy Banks An Act to amend the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999. 29.10.2009 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources; not reported back before prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-213 (Public bill) Grant Mitchell An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (carbon offset tax credit). 24.11.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-214 (Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act to regulate securities and to provide for a single securities commission for Canada. 28.10.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-215 (Public bill) Tommy Banks An Act to amend the Constitution Act, 1867 (Property qualifications of Senators). 24.03.2009 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-218 (Public bill) Serge Joyal An Act to amend the Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act. 24.11.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-219 (Public bill) Yoine Goldstein An Act to amend the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (student loans). 05.05.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-220 (Public bill) Yoine Goldstein An Act respecting commercial electronic messages. 02.04.2009 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications; not reported back before prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-221 (Public bill) Lowell Murray An Act to amend the Financial Administration Act (borrowing of money). 15.12.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-222 (Public bill) Lowell Murray An Act to amend the International Boundary Waters Treaty Act (bulk water removal). 04.06.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-224 (Public bill) Wilfred P. Moore An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act and the Parliament of Canada Act (vacancies). 14.05.2009 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-225 (Public bill) Hugh Segal An Act to amend the Citizenship Act (oath of citizenship). 01.12.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-226 (Public bill) Jean Lapointe An Act to amend the Criminal Code (lottery schemes). 29.09.2009 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-227 (Public bill) Charlie Watt An Act to amend the Income Tax Act and the Excise Tax Act (tax relief for Nunavik). 16.06.2009 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on National Finance; not reported back before prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-228 (Public bill) Hugh Segal An Act to amend the Financial Administration Act and the Bank of Canada Act (quarterly financial reports). 23.06.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-229 (Public bill) Mac Harb An Act to amend the Fisheries Act (commercial seal fishing). 03.03.2009 lst Reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-230 (Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act to amend the Bank of Canada Act (credit rating agency). 01.12.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-231 (Public bill) Yoine Goldstein An Act to amend the Investment Canada Act (human rights violations). 02.12.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-232 (Public bill) Yoine Goldstein An Act to amend the Patent Act (drugs for international humanitarian purposes) and to make a consequential amendment to another Act. 16.06.2009 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce; not reported back before prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-233 (Public bill) David Tkachuk An Act to amend the State Immunity Act and the Criminal Code (deterring terrorism by providing a civil right of action against perpetrators and sponsors of terrorism). 14.12.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-234 (Public bill) Catherine S. Callbeck An Act to amend the Canada Pension Plan (retroactivity of retirement and survivor's pensions). 17.11.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-235 (Public bill) Céline Hervieux-Payette An Act to provide the means to rationalize the governance of Canadian businesses during the period of national emergency resulting from the global financial crisis that is undermining Canada's economic stability. 18.11.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-236 (Public bill) Dennis Dawson An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act (election expenses). 14.12.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-237 (Public bill) Serge Joyal An Act for the advancement of the aboriginal languages of Canada and to recognize and respect aboriginal language rights. 26.11.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-238 (Public bill) Céline Hervieux-Payette An Act to establish gender parity on the board of directors of certain corporations, financial institutions and parent Crown corporations. 02.12.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-239 (Public bill) James Cowan Act to amend the Conflict of Interest Act (gifts). 04.11.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-240 (Public bill) David Tkachuk An Act respecting a national day of service to honour the courage and sacrifice of Canadians in the face of terrorism, particularly the events of September 11, 2001. 15.12.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-241 (Public bill) Pierrette Ringuette An Act to amend the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions Act (credit and debit cards). 01.12.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-242 (Public bill) Pierrette Ringuette An Act to amend the Canadian Payments Act (debit card payment systems). 02.12.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-243 (Public bill) Mac Harb An Act to establish and maintain a national registry of medical devices. 24.11.2009 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-244 (Public bill) Robert W. Peterson An Act to amend the Canada Post Corporation Act (rural postal services). 09.12.2009 1st reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.
S-245 (Public bill) Pierrette Ringuette An Act to amend the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act and other Acts (unfunded pension plan liabilities). 14.12.2009 1st reading. Prorogation on Dec. 30, 2009.

3rd session (2010/03/03 - 2011/03/26)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-8 (Government bill) Marjory LeBreton An Act respecting the selection of senators. 10.03.2011 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Mar. 26, 2011.
S-11 (Government bill) Marjory LeBreton An Act respecting the safety of drinking water on first nation lands. 14.12.2010 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Aboriginal Peoples; not reported back before dissolution on Mar. 26, 2011.
S-201 (Public bill) Pierrette Ringuette An Act to amend the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions Act (credit and debit cards). 30.03.2010 Bill read 2nd time and referrred to Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce; not reported back before dissolution on Mar. 26, 2011.
S-202 (Public bill) Pierrette Ringuette An Act to amend the Canadian Payments Act (debit card payment systems). 20.04.2010 Bill read 2nd time and referrred to Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce; not reported back before dissolution on Mar. 26, 2011.
S-204 (Public bill) Céline Hervieux-Payette An Act to amend the Criminal Code (protection of children). 21.03.2011 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Mar. 26, 2011.
S-205 (Public bill) Céline Hervieux-Payette An Act to provide the means to rationalize the governance of Canadian businesses during the period of national emergency resulting from the global financial crisis that is undermining Canada's economic stability. 16.02.2011 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Mar. 26, 2011.
S-206 (Public bill) Céline Hervieux-Payette An Act to establish gender parity on the board of directors of certain corporations, financial institutions and parent Crown corporations. 08.02.2011 Consideration of the eighth Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce. Dissolution on Mar. 26, 2011.
S-207 (Public bill) Mac Harb An Act to amend the Fisheries Act (commercial seal fishing). 09.03.2010 1st reading. Dissolution on Mar. 26, 2011.
S-208 (Public bill) Joseph Day An Act to amend the Conflict of Interest Act (gifts). 15.12.2010 Bill read 2nd time and referrred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before dissolution on Mar. 26, 2011.
S-209 (Public bill) Pamela Wallin An Act respecting a national day of service to honour the courage and sacrifice of Canadians in the face of terrorism, particularly the events of September 11, 2001. 08.03.2011 Bill read 2nd time and referrred to Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology; not reported back before dissolution on Mar. 26, 2011.
S-212 (Public bill) Charlie watt An Act to amend the Excise Tax Act (tax relief for Nunavik). 31.03.2011 Bill read 2nd time and referrred to Standing Senate Committee on National Finance; not reported back before dissolution on Mar. 26, 2011.
S-213 (Public bill) Lowell Murray An Act to amend the International Boundary Waters Treaty Act (bulk water removal). 27.05.2010 The Order of the Day for the second reading of Bill S-213 was discharged and the Bill withdrawn.
S-214 (Public bill) Pierrette Ringuette An Act to amend the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act and other Acts (unfunded pension plan liabilities). 10.06.2010 Bill read 2nd time and referrred to Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce; not reported back before dissolution on Mar. 26, 2011.
S-216 (Public bill) Art Eggleton An Act to amend the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act and the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act in order to protect beneficiaries of long term disability benefits plans. 08.12.2010 Adoption of the sixth report of the Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce. Dissolution on Mar. 26, 2011.
S-217 (Public bill) Mac Harb An Act to establish and maintain a national registry of medical devices. 15.07.2010 Bill read 2nd time and referrred to Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology; not reported back before dissolution on Mar. 26, 2011.
S-218 (Public bill) Peter Stollery An Act respecting Canada-Russia Friendship Day. 05.10.2010 Bill read 2nd time and referrred to Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology; not reported back before dissolution on Mar. 26, 2011.
S-219 (Public bill) Robert Peterson An Act to amend the Canada Post Corporation Act (rural postal services and the Canada Post Ombudsman). 01.03.2011 Bill read 2nd time and referrred to Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications; not reported back before dissolution on Mar. 26, 2011.
S-220 (Public bill) Maria Chaput An Act to amend the Official Languages Act (communications with and services to the public). 24.03.2011 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Mar. 26, 2011.
S-221 (Public bill) Grant Mitchell An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (carbon offset tax credit). 03.03.2011 Bill read 2nd time and referrred to Standing Senate Committee on National Finance; not reported back before dissolution on Mar. 26, 2011.
S-222 (Public bill) John Wallace An Act respecting a Tartan Day. 22.03.2011 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dropped from Senate Order Paper.
S-223 (Public bill) Catherine Callbeck An Act to amend the Canada Pension Plan (retroactivity of retirement and survivor's pensions). 10.03.2011 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. A Point of Order was raised with respect to the acceptability of the bill. Dropped from Senate Order Paper.
S-224 (Public bill) Mac Harb An Act to establish a national volunteer emergency response service. 02.03.2011 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution Mar. 26, 2011.
S-225 (Public bill) Céline Hervieux-Payette An Act respecting the reorganization and privatization of Atomic Energy of Canada Limited. 08.03.2011 Bill read 2nd time and referrred to Standing Senate Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources; not reported back before dissolution on Mar. 26, 2011.
S-226 (Public bill) Elizabeth Hubley An Act to recognize the Maple Leaf Tartan as the national tartan of Canada. 03.03.2011 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution Mar. 26, 2011.
S-227 (Public bill) Dennis Dawson An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act (election expenses). 24.03.2011 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution Mar. 26, 2011.
S-228 (Public bill) Consiglio Di Nino An Act respecting Giovanni Caboto Day. 10.02.2011 1st Reading. Dissolution Mar. 26, 2011.
S-229 (Public bill) Lowell Murray An Act to amend the Financial Administration Act (borrowing of money) 23.03.2011 1st Reading. Dissolution Mar. 26, 2011.
S-1001 (Private bill) Lowell Murray An Act respecting Queen's University at Kingston. 24.03.2011 Bill read 2nd time and referrred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before dissolution on Mar. 26, 2011.
^ 39th Parliament (2006/04/03 - 2008/09/07) 1st session (2006/04/03 - 2007/09/14)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-4 (Government bill) Marjory LeBreton An Act to amend the Constitution Act, 1867 (Senate tenure). 19.06.2007 Report Stage. Prorogation on Sept. 14, 2007.
S-203 (Public bill) Percy Downe An Act to amend the Public Service Employment Act (priority for appointment for veterans). 05.04.2006 1st reading. Prorogation on Sept. 14, 2007.
S-204 (Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act respecting a National Philanthropy Day. 29.05.2007 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 14, 2007.
S-206 (Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act to amend the Criminal Code (suicide bombings). 31.10.2006 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 14, 2007.
S-207 (Public bill) Céline Hervieux-Payette An Act to amend the Criminal Code (protection of children). 22.06.2007 Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Human Rights, without amendment. Placed on the Orders of the Day for a 3rd reading at the next sitting. Prorogation on Sept. 14, 2007.
S-208 (Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act to require the Minister of the Environment to establish, in co-operation with the provinces, an agency with the power to identify and protect Canada's watersheds that will constitute sources of drinking water in the future. 19.06.2007 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Sept. 14, 2007.
S-210 (Public bill) Mira Spivak An Act to amend the National Capital Act (establishment and protection of Gatineau Park). 21.06.2007 Debate at Report Stage. Prorogation on Sept. 14, 2007.
S-212 (Public bill) Jack Austin An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (tax relief). 02.05.2006 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Sept. 14, 2007.
S-215 (Public bill) Jack Austin Act to amend the Income Tax Act in order to provide tax relief. 20.02.2007 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on National Finance; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 14, 2007.
S-216 (Public bill) Gerry St. Germain An Act providing for the Crown's recognition of self-governing First Nations of Canada. 13.12.2006 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Aboriginal Peoples; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 14, 2007.
S-217 (Public bill) Hugh Segal An Act to amend the Financial Administration Act and the Bank of Canada Act (quarterly financial reports). 18.10.2006 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on National Finance; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 14, 2007.
S-218 (Public bill) David Tkachuk An Act to amend the State Immunity Act and the Criminal Code (civil remedies for victims of terrorism). 02.11.2006 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 14, 2007.
S-219 (Public bill) Serge Joyal An Act to amend the Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act. 31.05.2007 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Rules, Procedures and the Rights of Parliament; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 14, 2007.
S-221 (Public bill) Mac Harb An Act to establish and maintain a national registry of medical devices. 19.04.2007 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Sept. 14, 2007.
S-222 (Public bill) Gerard Phalen An Act to amend the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and to enact certain other measures, in order to provide assistance and protection to victims of human trafficking. 29.05.2007 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Sept. 14, 2007.
S-223 (Public bill) Lorna Milne An Act to amend the Access to Information Act. 15.05.2007 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Sept. 14, 2007.
S-224 (Public bill) Grant Mitchell An Act to amend the Access to Information Act and the Canadian Wheat Board Act. 21.06.2007 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Sept. 14, 2007.
S-225 (Public bill) Pat Carney An Act to amend the International Boundary Waters Treaty Act (bulk water removal). 12.06.2007 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Sept. 14, 2007.
S-226 (Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act to regulate securities and to provide for a single securities commission for Canada. 07.06.2007 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Sept. 14, 2007.
S-227 (Public bill) Yoine Goldstein An Act to amend the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (student loans). 31.05.2007 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Sept. 14, 2007.
S-228 (Public bill) Mac Harb An Act to amend the Non-smokers' Health Act. 07.06.2007 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Sept. 14, 2007.
S-229 (Public bill) Charlie Watt An Act to amend the Income Tax Act and the Excise Tax Act (tax relief for Nunavik). 13.06.2007 1st reading. Prorogation on Sept. 14, 2007.

2nd session (2007/10/16 - 2008/09/07)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-4 (Government bill) Marjory LeBreton An Act to amend the Energy Efficiency Act. 18.06.2008 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-202 (Public bill) Hugh Segal An Act to amend certain Acts to provide job protection for members of the reserve force. 13.12.2008 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-205 (Public bill) Yoine Goldstein An Act to amend the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (student loans). 05.03.2008 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Banking Trade and Commerce; not reported back before dissolution Sept. 7, 2008.
S-206 (Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act to amend the Food and Drugs Act (clean drinking water). 26.06.2008 Debate at Report Stage. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-208 (Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act to require the Minister of the Environment to establish, in co-operation with the provinces, an agency with the power to identify and protect Canada's watersheds that will constitute sources of drinking water in the future. 16.06.2008 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-211 (Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act to regulate securities and to provide for a single securities commission for Canada. 30.04.2008 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-212 (Public bill) Serge Joyal An Act to amend the Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act. 17.04.2008 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Rules, Procedures and the Rights of Parliament; not reported back before dissolution Sept. 7, 2008.
S-214 (Public bill) Charlie Watt An Act to amend the Income Tax Act and the Excise Tax Act (tax relief for Nunavik). 01.04.2008 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on National Finance; not reported back before dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-216 (Public bill) Grant Mitchell An Act to amend the Access to Information Act and the Canadian Wheat Board Act. 13.03.2008 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-217 (Public bill) Pat Carney An Act to amend the International Boundary Waters Treaty Act (bulk water removal). 06.05.2008 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-218 (Public bill) Gerard Phalen Act to amend the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and to enact certain other measures, in order to provide assistance and protection to victims of human trafficking. 05.03.2008 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Human Rights. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-221 (Public bill) Mira Spivak An Act concerning personal watercraft in navigable waters. 15.04.2008 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications; not reported back before dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-222 (Public bill) Mac Harb An Act to establish and maintain a national registry of medical devices. 15.04.2008 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology; not reported back before dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-223 (Public bill) Mac Harb An Act to amend the Non-smokers' Health Act. 13.03.2008 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology; not reported back before dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-225 (Public bill) David Tkachuk An Act to amend the State Immunity Act and the Criminal Code (deterring terrorism by providing a civil right of action against perpetrators and sponsors of terrorism). 09.04.2008 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-226 (Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act to amend the Business Development Bank of Canada Act (municipal infrastructure bonds) and to make a consequential amendment to another Act. 02.04.2008 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-227 (Public bill) Mira Spivak An Act to amend the National Capital Act (establishment and protection of Gatineau Park). 08.05.2008 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources; not reported back before dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-228 (Public bill) Grant Mitchell An Act to amend the Canadian Wheat Board Act (board of directors). 28.05.2008 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry; not reported back before dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-229 (Public bill) Tommy Banks An Act to amend the Constitution Act, 1867 (Property qualifications of Senators). 26.06.2008 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-230 (Public bill) Lorna Milne An Act to amend the Excise Tax Act (zero-rating of supply of cut fresh fruit). 17.06.2008 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-231 (Public bill) Hugh Segal An Act to amend the Citizenship Act (oath of citizenship). 10.04.2008 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-232 (Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act to prohibit the transfer of certain assets and operations from MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Limited to Alliant Techsystems Incorporated. 08.04.2008 1st reading. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-233 (Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act to amend the Library and Archives of Canada Act (National Portrait Gallery). 27.05.2008 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-234 (Public bill) Aurélien Gill An Act to establish an assembly of the aboriginal peoples of Canada and an executive council. 27.05.2008 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-235 (Public bill) Yoine Goldstein An Act concerning unsolicited commercial electronic messages. 13.05.2008 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-236 (Public bill) Lowell Murray An Act to amend the Financial Administration Act (borrowing of money). 10.06.2008 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-237 (Public bill) Jim Munson An Act respecting World Autism Awareness Day. 17.06.2008 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-238 (Public bill) Larry W. Campbell An Act respecting Canadian professional football. 10.06.2008 1st reading. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-239 (Public bill) Sharon Carstairs An Act to amend the Employment Insurance Act (foreign postings). 18.06.2008 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-240 (Public bill) Tommy Banks An Act to amend the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999. 12.06.2008 1st reading. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-241 (Public bill) Céline Hervieux-Payette An Act to amend the Investment Canada Act (foreign investments). 18.06.2008 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-242 (Public bill) Donald H. Oliver An Act to amend the Telecommunications Act (telecommunications consumer agency). 18.06.2008 1st reading. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
S-243 (Public bill) Elaine McCoy An Act respecting the office of the Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development. 26.06.2008 1st reading. Dissolution on Sept. 7, 2008.
^ 38th Parliament (2004/10/04 - 2005/11/29) 1st session (2004/10/04 - 2005/11/29)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-4 ( Public bill) Anne C. Cools An Act to amend the Marriage (Prohibited Degrees) Act and the Interpretation Act in order to affirm the meaning of marriage. 02.12.2004 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dropped from Order Paper on Feb. 22, 2005; had not been proceeded with during fifteen sittings. Rule 27(3).
S-5 ( Public bill) Tommy Banks An Act to repeal legislation that has not come into force within ten years of receiving royal assent. 26.10.2004 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications. Bill withdrawn from said Committee and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs on Oct. 28, 2004; not reported back before dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-6 ( Public bill) Tommy Banks An Act to amend the Canada Transportation Act (running rights for carriage of grain). 02.11.2005 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-7 ( Public bill) Anne C. Cools An Act to amend the Supreme Court Act (references by Governor in Council). 02.12.2004 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dropped from Order Paper on Feb. 22, 2005; had not been proceeded with during fifteen sittings. Rule 27(3).
S-8 ( Public bill) Anne C. Cools An Act to amend the Judges Act. 04.05.2005 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dropped from Order Paper on June 16, 2005; had not been proceeded with during fifteen sittings. Rule 27(3).
S-9 ( Public bill) Joseph A. Day An Act to amend the Copyright Act. 20.10.2004 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology; not reported back before dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-13 ( Public bill) Donald H. Oliver An Act to amend the Constitution Act, 1867 and the Parliament of Canada Act (Speakership of the Senate). 17.11.2004 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-15 ( Public bill) Donald H. Oliver An Act to prevent unsolicited messages on the Internet. 19.04.2005 Subject-matter of bill referred to Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications on Feb. 10, 2005 before 2nd reading. Debate resumed on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-16 (Public bill) Gerry St. Germain An Act providing for the Crown's recognition of self-governing First Nations of Canada. 22.02.2005 Subject-matter of bill referred to Standing Senate Committee on Aboriginal Peoples before 2nd reading. Dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-20 (Public bill) Terry Stratton An Act to provide for increased transparency and objectivity in the selection of suitable individuals to be named to certain high public positions. 02.02.2005 Subject-matter of bill referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs before 2nd reading. Dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-21 (Public bill) Céline Hervieux-Payette An Act to amend the Criminal Code (protection of children). 10.03.2005 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-22 (Public bill) Mac Harb An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act (mandatory voting). 08.06.2005 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dropped from Order Paper on Oct. 18, 2005; had not been proceeded with during fifteen sittings. Rule 27(3).
S-23 (Public bill) Pierre Claude Nolin An Act to amend the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Act (modernization of employment and labour relations). 18.07.2005 Subject-matter of bill referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs before 2nd reading. Dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-24 (Public bill) John G. Bryden An Act to amend the Criminal Code (cruelty to animals). 10.03.2005 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-26 ( Public bill) J. Michael Forrestall An Act to provide for a national cancer strategy. 01.06.2005 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology; not reported back before dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-27 ( Private bill) Consiglio Di Nino An Act respecting Scouts Canada. 19.04.2005 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-28 ( Public bill) Wilfred P. Moore An Act to amend the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (student loan). 01.06.2005 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce; not reported back before dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-29 (Public bill) Terry M. Mercer An Act respecting a National Blood Donor Week. 01.06.2005 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology; not reported back before dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-30 (Public bill) Michel Biron An Act to amend the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (RRSP and RESP). 19.10.2005 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-32 ( Public bill) Anne C. Cools An Act to amend the Marriage (Prohibited Degrees) Act and the Interpretation Act in order to affirm the meaning of marriage. 23.06.2005 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-33 ( Government bill) Jack Austin An Act to amend the Aeronautics Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts. 31.05.2005 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Bill withdrawn pursuant to the Speaker's Ruling on June 14, 2005.
S-34 ( Public bill) Anne C. Cools An Act to amend the Department of Justice Act and the Supreme Court Act to remove certain doubts with respect to the constitutional role of the Attorney General of Canada and to clarify the constitutional relationship between the Attorney General of Canada and Parliament. 29.06.2005 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-35 ( Public bill) David Tkachuk An Act to amend the State Immunity Act and the Criminal Code (terrorist activity). 18.07.2005 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-39 (Government bill) Jack Austin An Act to amend the National Defence Act, the Criminal Code, the Sex Offender Information Registration Act and the Criminal Records Act. 15.06.2005 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-41 ( Public bill) Noël A. Kinsella An Act to amend the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Act (human rights reports). 22.11.2005 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Human Rights; not reported back before dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-42 ( Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act to amend the Food and Drugs Act (clean drinking water). 25.10.2005 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-43 ( Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act to amend the Criminal Code (suicide bombings). 23.11.2005 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-44 ( Public bill) Pierrette Ringuette An Act to amend the Public Service Employment Act. 18.10.2005 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-45 (Public bill) Noël A. Kinsella An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act. 24.11.2005 Subject-matter of bill referred to Standing Senate Committee on Human Rights before 2nd reading. Dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-46 ( Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act respecting a National Philanthropy Day. 22.11.2005 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
S-47 (Public bill) Marjory LeBreton An Act to amend the Criminal Code (impaired driving) and other Acts. 22.11.2005 lst reading. Dissolution on Nov. 29, 2005.
^ 37th Parliament (2001/01/29 - 2004/05/23) 1st session (2001/01/29 - 2002/09/16)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-6 ( Public bill) Noël A. Kinsella An Act to assist in the prevention of wrongdoing in the Public Service by establishing a framework for education on ethical practices in the workplace, for dealing with allegations of wrongdoing and for protecting whistleblowers. 23.10.2001 Referred back to the Standing Senate Committee on National Finance; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 16, 2002.
S-8 ( Public bill) Serge Joyal An Act to maintain the principles relating to the role of the Senate as established by the Constitution of Canada. 24.04.2002 Bill read 2nd time and referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Privileges, Standing Rules and Orders; not reported back before prorogation on Sept.16, 2002.
S-9 ( Public bill) Anne C. Cools An Act to remove certain doubts regarding the meaning of marriage. 13.06.2002 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Sept. 16, 2002.
S-12 ( Public bill) Lorna A. Milne An Act to amend the Statistics Act and the National Archives of Canada Act (Census Records). 25.03.2002 Referred back to the Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology for further study, and that the Committee report its findings to the Senate no later than April 30, 2002; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 16, 2002.
S-13 ( Public bill) John Lynch-Staunton An Act respecting the declaration of royal assent by the Governor General in the Queen's name to bills passed by the Houses of Parliament. 02.10.2001 Bill withdrawn.
S-18 ( Public bill) Jerahmiel S. (Jerry) Grafstein An Act to Amend the Food and Drugs Act (clean drinking water). 13.06.2002 Motion in amendment that the bill not be read a third time, but be referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs adopted; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 16, 2002.
S-19 ( Public bill) Michael J. Kirby An Act to amend the Canada Transportation Act. 17.05.2001 Bill Read 2nd time and referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 16, 2002.
S-20 ( Public bill) Terrance R. Stratton An Act to provide for increased transparency and objectivity in the selection of suitable individuals to be named to certain high public positions. 07.05.2002 Speaker's Ruling - debate on 2nd reading can proceed. Prorogation on Sept. 16, 2002.
S-21 ( Public bill) Sheila Finestone An Act to guarantee the human right to privacy. 05.02.2002 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dropped from Order Paper on April 16, 2002; had not been proceeded with during fifteen sittings. Rule 27(3).
S-26 ( Public bill) Mira Spivak An Act concerning personal watercraft in navigable waters. 19.06.2002 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 16, 2002.
S-29 ( Public bill) Jean-Robert Gauthier An Act to amend the Broadcasting Act (review of decisions). 31.10.2001 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 16, 2002.
S-30 ( Public bill) Norman K. Atkins An Act to amend the Canada Corporations Act (corporations sole). 08.11.2001 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 16, 2002.
S-32 ( Public bill) Jean-Robert Gauthier An Act to amend the Official Languages Act (fostering of English and French). 18.04.2002 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 16, 2002.
S-35 ( Public bill) Thelma J. Chalifoux An Act to honour Louis Riel and the Metis people. 09.05.2002 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Sept. 16, 2002.
S-36 ( Public bill) Noël A. Kinsella An Act respecting Canadian citizenship. 11.06.2002 Motion in amendment that the bill not be read a second time but the subject-matter be referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology; and the Order to resume debate on the motion for second reading of the bill remain on the Order Paper adopted, April 16, 2002. Prorogation on September 16, 2002.
S-37 ( Public bill) Gérald J. Comeau An Act respecting a National Acadian Day. 27.03.2002 Bill read 2nd time and referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 16, 2002.
S-38 ( Public bill) Gerry St. Germain An Act declaring the Crown's recognition of self-government for the First Nations of Canada. 01.05.2002 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Sept. 16, 2002.
S-39 ( Public bill) Vivienne Poy An Act to amend the National Anthem Act to include all Canadians. 30.05.2002 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Sept. 16, 2002.
S-42 ( Public bill) Nicholas W. (Nick) Taylor An Act to amend the Canada Post Corporation Act (householder mailings). 25.04.2002 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Sept. 16, 2002.
S-43 ( Public bill) John M. Forrestall An Act to protect heritage lighthouses. 06.06.2002 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Sept. 16, 2002.
S-44 ( Public bill) Noël A. Kinsella An Act to amend the National Capital Act. 11.06.2002 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Sept. 16, 2002.

2nd session (2002/09/30 - 2003/11/12)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-3 ( Public bill) Vivienne Poy An Act to amend the National Anthem Act to include all Canadians. 05.11.2003 Debate on motion for 3rd reading. Prorogation on Nov. 12, 2003.
S-4 ( Public bill) Terry Stratton An Act to provide for increased transparency and objectivity in the selection of suitable individuals to be named to certain high public positions. 27.10.2003 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Nov. 12, 2003.
S-6 ( Public bill) Noël A. Kinsella An Act to assist in the prevention of wrongdoing in the Public Service by establishing a framework for education on ethical practices in the workplace, for dealing with allegations of wrongdoing and for protecting whistleblowers. 08.10.2003 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Nov. 12, 2003.
S-9 ( Public bill) Thelma Chalifoux An Act to honour Louis Riel and the Metis People. 06.05.2003 Bill read 2nd time and referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, not reported back before prorogation on Nov. 12, 2003.
S-11 ( Public bill) Jean-Robert Gauthier An Act to amend the Official Languages Act (promotion of English and French). 04.11.2003 Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Official Languages, without amendment. Placed on the Orders of the Day for a 3rd reading at the next sitting. Prorogation on Nov. 12, 2003.
S-12 ( Public bill) Tommy Banks An Act to repeal legislation that has not been brought into force within ten years of receiving royal assent. 27.02.2003 Bill read 2nd time and referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, not reported back before prorogation on Nov. 12, 2003.
S-14 ( Public bill) Noël A. Kinsella An Act to amend the National Anthem Act to reflect the linguistic duality of Canada. 05.11.2003 Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Official Languages, without amendment. Placed on the Orders of the Day for a 3rd reading at the next sitting. Prorogation on Nov. 12, 2003.
S-15 ( Public bill) Anne C. Cools An Act to remove certain doubts regarding the meaning of marriage. 12.06.2003 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dropped from Order Paper on June 05, 2003; had not been proceeded with during fifteen sittings. Rule 27(3). Restored to the Order Paper on June 12, 2003 at debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Nov. 12, 2003.
S-16 ( Public bill) Donald H. Oliver An Act to amend the Constitution Act, 1867 and the Parliament of Canada Act (Speakership of the Senate). 21.10.2003 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Nov. 12, 2003.
S-17 ( Public bill) Roch Bolduc An Act respecting the Canadian International Development Agency, to provide in particular for its continuation, governance, administration and accountability. 19.06.2003 Bill read 2nd time and referred to the Standing Senate Committee on National Finance, not reported back before prorogation on Nov. 12, 2003.
S-18 ( Public bill) Jean Lapointe An Act to amend the Criminal Code (lottery schemes). 21.10.2003 Bill read 2nd time and referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, not reported back before prorogation on Nov. 12, 2003.
S-19 ( Private bill) Consiglio Di Nino An Act respecting Scouts Canada. 09.06.2003 Bill read 2nd time and referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, not reported back before prorogation on Nov. 12, 2003.
S-20 ( Public bill) Joseph A. Day An Act to Amend the Copyright Act. 08.10.2003 Bill read 2nd time and referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce on Oct. 7, 2003. Withdrawn from the said Committee on Oct. 8, 2003 and referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology, not reported back before prorogation on Nov. 12, 2003.
S-22 ( Public bill) Jerahmiel S. Grafstein An Act respecting America Day. 24.09.2003 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Nov. 12, 2003.
S-23 ( Public bill) Donald H. Oliver An Act to prevent unsolicited messages on the Internet. 24.09.2003 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Nov. 12, 2003.
S-24 ( Public bill) Pierre Claude Nolin An Act to amend the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Act (modernization of employment and labour relations). 29.10.2003 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Nov. 12, 2003.

3rd session (2004/02/02 - 2004/05/23)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-2 ( Public bill) Donald Oliver An Act to prevent unsolicited messages on the Internet. 23.03.2004 Bill read 2nd time and referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications; not reported back before dissolution on May 23, 2004.
S-3 ( Public bill) Donald Oliver An Act to amend the Constitution Act, 1867 and the Parliament of Canada Act (Speakership of the Senate). 11.03.2004 Subject-matter of bill referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs before 2nd reading. Dissolution on May 23, 2004.
S-6 ( Public bill) Jean Lapointe An Act to amend the Criminal Code (lottery schemes). 11.02.2004 Bill read 2nd time and referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before dissolution on May 23, 2004.
S-7 ( Public bill) Noel A. Kinsella An Act respecting the effective date of the representation order of 2003. 23.03.2004 Bill withdrawn.
S-9 ( Public bill) Thelma Chalifoux An Act to honour Louis Riel and the Metis People. 28.04.2004 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on May 23, 2004.
S-10 ( Public bill) Anne C. Cools An Act to amend the Marriage (Prohibited Degrees) Act and the Interpretation Act in order to affirm the meaning of marriage. 22.04.2004 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on May 23, 2004.
S-11 ( Public bill) Tommy Banks An Act to repeal legislation that has not come into force within ten years of receiving royal assent. 09.03.2004 Bill read 2nd time and referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before dissolution on May 23, 2004.
S-12 ( Public bill) Pierre Claude Nolin An Act to amend the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Act (modernization of employment and labour relations). 28.04.2004 Bill read 2nd time and referred to the Standing Senate Committee on National Finance; not reported back before dissolution on May 23, 2004.
S-13 ( Public bill) Terry Stratton An Act to provide for increased transparency and objectivity in the selection of suitable individuals to be named to certain high public positions. 09.03.2004 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on May 23, 2004.
S-14 ( Public bill) James F. Kelleher An Act to amend the Agreement on Internal Trade Implementation Act. 22.03.2004 Subject-matter of bill referred to Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce before second reading. Dissolution on May 23, 2004.
S-16 ( Public bill) Joseph A. Day An Act to amend the Copyright Act. 23.03.2004 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology; not reported back before dissolution on May 23, 2004.
S-18 ( Public bill) Tommy Banks An Act to amend the Canada Transportation Act (running rights for carriage of grain). 13.05.2004 First Reading. Dissolution on May 23, 2004
^ 36th Parliament (1997/09/22 - 2000/10/22) 1st session (1997/09/22 - 1999/09/18)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-6 ( Public bill) Colin Kenny An Act to establish a National Historic Park to commemorate the "Persons Case". 25.11.1997 Read 2nd time and referred to the Standing Senate Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 18, 1999.
S-7 ( Public bill) Stanley Haidasz An Act to amend the Criminal Code to prohibit coercion in medical procedures that offend a person’s religion or belief that human life is inviolable. 02.12.1997 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 18 1999.
S-8 ( Public bill) Stanley Haidasz An Act to amend the Tobacco Act (content regulation). 14.05.1998 Report stage. Dropped from the Order Paper, Oct. 1, 1998, had not been proceeded with during fifteen sittings. Rule 27(3).
S-10 ( Public bill) Consiglio Di Nino An Act to amend the Excise Tax Act. 08.09.1999 Motion for the adoption of the 15th Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology, with one amendment, presented in the Senate on Dec. 9, 1998 negatived.
S-12 ( Public bill) Anne C. Cools An Act to amend the Criminal Code (abuse of process). 06.05.1998 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 18, 1999.
S-14 ( Public bill) David Tkachuk An Act providing for self-government by the first nations of Canada. 31.03.1998 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Aboriginal Peoples; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 18, 1999.
S-15 ( Public bill) John Lynch-Staunton An Act respecting the declaration of royal assent by the Governor General in the Queen’s name to bills passed by the Houses of Parliament. 08.12.1998 Committee (Legal and Constitutional Affairs) report withdrawn and bill withdrawn.
S-17 ( Public bill) Donald H. Oliver An Act to amend the Criminal Code respecting criminal harassment and other related matters. 02.06.1998 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 18, 1999.
S-19 ( Public bill) John M. Forrestall An Act to give further recognition to the war-time service of Canadian merchant navy veterans and to provide for their fair and equitable treatment. 14.06.1999 Negatived at 2nd reading.
S-24 ( Public bill) Gérald A. Beaudoin An Act to provide for judicial preauthorization of requests to be made to a foreign or international authority or organization for a search or seizure outside Canada. 08.06.1999 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 18, 1999.
S-26 ( Public bill) John Lynch-Staunton An Act respecting the declaration of royal assent by the Governor General in the Queen’s name to bills passed by the Houses of Parliament. 10.03.1999 First Reading. Prorogation on Sept. 18, 1999.
S-27 ( Public bill) John Lynch-Staunton An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act (hours of polling at by-elections) 16.03.1999 First Reading. Prorogation on Sept. 18, 1999.
S-28 ( Public bill) Raynell Andreychuk An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act (hours of polling in Saskatchewan) 20.04.1999 First Reading. Prorogation on Sept. 18, 1999.
S-29 ( Public bill) Thérèse Lavoie-Roux An Act to amend the Criminal Code (Protection of Patients and Health Care Providers). 15.06.1999 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, not reported back before prorogation on Sept. 18, 1999.
S-31 ( Public bill) Jerahmiel S. (Jerry) Grafstein An Act to amend the Parliament of Canada Act (Parliamentary Poet Laureate). 09.09.1999 First Reading. Prorogation on Sept. 18, 1999.

2nd session (1999/10/12 - 2000/10/22)

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Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-2 ( Public bill) Sharon Carstairs An Act to facilitate the making of legitimate medical decisions regarding life-sustaining treatments and the controlling of pain. 23.02.2000 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, not reported back before dissolution on Oct. 22, 2000.
S-4 ( Public bill) Pierre C. Nolin An Act to provide for judicial preauthorization of requests to be made to a foreign or international authority or organization for a search or seizure outside Canada. 02.11.1999 First Reading. Dropped from the Order paper, May 11, 2000, had not been proceeded with during fifteen sittings. Rule 27(3).
S-6 ( Public bill) Donald H. Oliver An Act to amend the Criminal Code respecting criminal harassment and other related matters. 03.11.1999 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, not reported back before dissolution on Oct. 22, 2000.
S-7 ( Public bill) John Lynch-Staunton An Act respecting the declaration of royal assent by the Governor General in the Queen's name to bills passed by the Houses of Parliament. 22.02.2000 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Privileges, Standing Rules and Orders, not reported back before dissolution on Oct. 22, 2000.
S-8 ( Public bill) Ronald D. Ghitter An Act to amend the Immigration Act. 02.11.1999 First Reading. Dropped from the Order paper, May 4, 2000, had not been proceeded with during fifteen sittings. Rule 27(3).
S-9 ( Public bill) Anne C. Cools An Act to amend the Criminal Code (abuse of process). 04.05.2000 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, not reported back before dissolution on Oct. 22, 1999.
S-11 ( Public bill) Raymond J. Perrault An Act to amend the Criminal Code to prohibit coercion in medical procedures that offend a person's religion or belief that human life is inviolable. 04.11.1999 First Reading. Dropped from the Order paper, Feb. 8, 2000, had not been proceeded with during fifteen sittings. Rule 27(3). Restored to Order Paper Feb. 23, 2000.
S-12 ( Public bill) Anne C. Cools An Act to amend the Divorce Act (child of marriage). 18.11.1999 First Reading. Dissolution on Oct. 22, 2000.
S-13 ( Public bill) Noël A. Kinsella An Act to assist in the prevention of wrongdoing in the Public Service by establishing a framework for education on ethical practices in the workplace, for dealing with allegations of wrongdoing and for protecting whistleblowers. 22.02.2000 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on National Finance, not reported back before dissolution on Oct. 22, 2000.
S-15 ( Public bill) Lorna A. Milne An Act to amend the Statistics Act and the National Archives of Canada Act (census records). 19.09.2000 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology, not reported back before dissolution on Oct. 22, 2000.
S-16 ( Public bill) Normand Grimard An Act respecting Sir John A. Macdonald Day. 29.06.2000 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology, not reported back before dissolution on Oct. 22, 2000.
S-19 ( Government bill) Daniel P. Hays An Act to amend the Canada Business Corporations Act and the Canada Cooperatives Act and to amend other Acts in consequence. 06.04.2000 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce, not reported back before dissolution on Oct. 22, 2000.
S-21 ( Public bill) John M. Forrestall An Act to protect heritage lighthouses. 01.06.2000 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Fisheries, not reported back before dissolution on Oct. 22, 2000.
S-22 ( Government bill) Daniel P. Hays A First Act to harmonize federal law with the civil law of the Province of Quebec and to amend certain Acts in order to ensure that each language version takes into account the common law and the civil law. 18.05.2000 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, not reported back before dissolution on Oct. 22, 2000.
S-23 ( Public bill) John Lynch-Staunton An Act respecting Sir Wilfrid Laurier Day. 29.06.2000 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology, not reported back before dissolution on Oct. 22, 2000.
S-24 ( Public bill) Sheila Finestone An Act to amend the Broadcasting Act. 17.10.2000 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications, not reported back before dissolution on Oct. 22, 2000.
S-27 ( Public bill) Sheila Finestone An Act to guarantee the human right to privacy. 27.06.2000 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology, not reported back before dissolution on Oct. 22, 2000.
S-28 ( Private bill) Sharon Carstairs An Act to amend the Act of incorporation of the Conference of Mennonites in Canada. 22.06.2000 First Reading. Dissolution on Oct. 22, 2000.
S-29 ( Public bill) Lowell Murray An Act to provide for the recognition of the Canadien Horse as the national horse of Canada. 27.06.2000 First Reading. Dissolution on Oct. 22, 2000.
S-30 ( Government bill) Daniel P. Hays An Act to amend the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) Act. 05.10.2000 First Reading. Dissolution on Oct. 22, 2000.
S-31 ( Public bill) Serge Joyal An Act to better assist the Senate to serve Canadians by restoring its rights, opportunities and functions. 19.10.2000 First Reading. Dissolution on Oct. 22, 2000.
S-32 ( Public bill) Noël A. Kinsella An Act to amend the Criminal Code to prohibit trafficking in persons. 19.10.2000 First Reading. Dissolution on Oct. 22, 2000.
^ 35th Parliament (1994/01/17 - 1997/04/27) 1st session (1994/01/17 - 1996/02/02)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-4 ( Public bill) Jack Marshall An Act to amend the Merchant Navy Veteran and Civilian War-related Benefits Act. 10.02.1994 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Feb. 2, 1996.
S-6 ( Public bill) Philippe D. Gigantès An Act to amend the Criminal Code (dangerous intoxication). 01.12.1994 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before prorogation on Feb. 2, 1996.
S-8 ( Private bill) Michael J. Kirby An Act to amend the Act of incorporation of the Certified General Accountants’ Association of Canada. 01.03.1995 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce; not reported back before prorogation on Feb. 2, 1996.
S-10 ( Public bill) David Tkachuk An Act providing for self-government by the first nations of Canada. 30.03.1995 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Feb. 2, 1996.
S-11 ( Public bill) Anne C. Cools An Act concerning one Karla Homolka. 17.10.1995 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Feb. 2, 1996.
S-13 ( Public bill) Anne C. Cools An Act to amend the Criminal Code (abuse of process). 29.11.1995 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Feb. 2, 1996.
S-14 ( Public bill) Stanley Haidasz An Act to restrict the manufacture, sale, importation and advertising of tobacco products. 01.02.1996 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology; not reported back before prorogation on Feb. 2, 1996.
S-15 ( Public bill) Anne C. Cools An Act to amend the Criminal Code (plea bargaining). 13.12.1995 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Prorogation on Feb. 2, 1996.

2nd session (1996/02/27 - 1997/04/27)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-3 ( Public bill) Anne C. Cools An Act to amend the Criminal Code (plea bargaining). 10.04.1997 Report (with recommendation) of the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs be referred back to Committee for further consideration. Dissolution Apr. 27, 1997.
S-4 ( Public bill) Anne C. Cools An Act to amend the Criminal Code (abuse of process). 28.10.1996 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before dissolution on Apr. 27, 1997.
S-5 ( Public bill) Stanley Haidasz An Act to restrict the manufacture, sale, importation and labelling of tobacco products. 21.03.1996 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology; not reported back before dissolution on Apr. 27, 1997.
S-6 ( Public bill) Anne C. Cools An Act to amend the Criminal Code (period of ineligibility for parole). 26.03.1996 First Reading. Dropped from Order Paper, Nov. 7, 1996, had not been proceeded with during fifteen sittings. Rule 27(3).
S-9 ( Public bill) David Tkachuk An Act providing for self-government by the first nations of Canada. 13.06.1996 First Reading. Dropped from Order Paper, Nov. 6, 1996, had not been proceeded with during fifteen sittings. Rule 27(3).
S-10 ( Public bill) Fernand Roberge An Act to amend the Criminal Code (criminal organization). 08.04.1997 Report (with recommendation) of the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs. Debated. Dissolution Apr. 27, 1997.
S-11 ( Public bill) Consiglio Di Nino An Act to amend the Excise Tax Act. 19.02.1997 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology; not reported back before dissolution on Apr. 27, 1997.
S-12 ( Public bill) David Tkachuk An Act providing for self-government by the first nations of Canada. 18.02.1997 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Aboriginal Peoples; not reported back before dissolution on Apr. 27, 1997.
S-13 ( Public bill) Sharon Carstairs An Act to amend the Criminal Code (protection of health care providers). 27.11.1996 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Apr. 27, 1997.
S-14 ( Public bill) Sharon Carstairs An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the Department of Health Act (security of the child). 12.12.1996 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Apr. 27, 1997.
S-16 ( Public bill) Anne C. Cools An Act concerning one Karla Homolka. 16.04.1997 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Apr. 27, 1997.
^ 34th Parliament (1988/12/12 - 1993/09/08) 1st session (1988/12/12 - 1989/02/28)

No bills during this session

2nd session (1989/04/03 - 1991/05/12)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-3 ( Public bill) Jack Marshall An Act to amend the War Veterans Allowance Act (Equality of Male and Female Persons). 13.06.1989 Order for 2nd reading discharged. Bill withdrawn.
S-4 ( Public bill) Jack Marshall An Act to amend the War Veterans Allowance Act (Residence in Canada). 13.06.1989 Order for 2nd reading discharged. Bill withdrawn.
S-6 ( Public bill) Stanley Haidasz An Act to amend the Tobacco Restraint Act and to amend the Tobacco Products Control Act. 24.10.1989 Motion for 2nd reading defeated. Bill withdrawn from Order Paper.
S-7 ( Public bill) Stanley Haidasz An Act to amend the Criminal Code (Protection of the unborn child). 28.02.1991 Order for 2nd reading discharged. Bill withdrawn.
S-8 ( Public bill) Lorna Marsden An Act to amend the Copyright Act. 22.01.1991 Further debated on 3rd reading adjourned until next sitting. Prorogation on May 12, 1991.
S-18 ( Public bill) Charlie Watt Aboriginal Peoples Act. 27.02.1991 Order for 2nd reading discharged. Bill withdrawn.
S-21 ( Public bill) Jack Marshall An Act to amend certain statutes of Canada to give fair and discrete recognition to the war-time service of the Canadian navy. 08.05.1991 A point of order was raised concerning the admissibility of the bill at 1st reading. Prorogation May 12, 1991.

3rd session (1991/05/13 - 1993/09/08)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-5 ( Public bill) Jack Marshall An Act to amend certain statutes of Canada to recognize the war-time service of the veterans of the Canadian merchant navy. 23.10.1991 Order for 2nd reading discharged and bill withdrawn.
S-13 ( Private bill) Norman K. Atkins An Act to incorporate the Dai al-Mutlaq as a corporation sole in Canada. 04.05.1993 Subject matter of bill referred to Committee.
S-14 ( Public bill) Royce H. Frith An Act to amend the Excise Tax Act. 23.06.1993 2nd reading negatived.
S-18 ( Government bill) Lowell Murray An Act to amend the Currency Act. 28.04.1993 Order for 2nd reading discharged and bill withdrawn.
S-19 ( Public bill) Stanley Haidasz An Act to amend the Tobacco Restraint Act and the tobacco Products Control Act. 17.12.1992 2nd reading postponed. Prorogation Sept. 8, 1993.
^ 33rd Parliament (1984/11/05 - 1988/10/01) 1st session (1984/11/05 - 1986/08/28)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
( Stanley Haidasz) S-8 Smoking Prohibition Act. 28.05.1986 Motion in amendment that bill be not now read 2nd time, but that the subject matter thereof be referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs concurred in.

2nd session (1986/09/30 - 1988/10/01)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-4 ( Public bill) Stanley Haidasz Hazardous Products Act (Tobacco and tobacco products). 08.06.1988 Order for 2nd reading rescinded. Bill withdrawn.
S-7 ( Private bill) Rhéal Bélisle An Act to incorporate the Regional Vicar for Canada of the Prelature of the Holy Cross and Opus Dei. 17.08.1988 Report of Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs with amendments debated. Dissolution on Sept. 30, 1988.
S-9 ( Government bill) Lowell Murray Forgiveness of Certain Official Development Assistance Debts Act. 26.05.1988 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs. Bill withdrawn.
S-12 ( Public bill) Leonard S. Marchand Constitution Act, 1867 (Qualifications of Senator). 03.03.1988 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before dissolution on Sept. 30, 1988.
S-13 ( Public bill) John M. Godfrey Constitution Act, 1867 (Attendance of Senators). 29.06.1987 Debate on 2nd reading motion. Dissolution on Sept. 30, 1988.
S-16 ( Public bill) Stanley Haidasz Criminal Code (Protection of the unborn). 07.09.1988 Debate on 2nd reading motion. Dissolution on Sept. 30, 1988.
S-19 ( Government bill) Lowell Murray Royal Assent Act. 30.09.1988 Debate on motion of 2nd reading. Dissolution on Sept. 30, 1988.
S-20 ( Public bill) Gildas L. Molgat An Act to amend the Constitution Act, 1867 (Speaker of the Senate). 29.09.1988 Debate on motion for 2nd reading. Dissolution on Sept. 30, 1988.
^ 32nd Parliament (1980/04/14 - 1984/07/09) 1st session (1980/04/14 - 1983/11/30)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-9 ( Private member's public bill) Jacques Flynn Privacy Act, 1980. 28.06.1982 Order for 2nd reading discharged. Bill withdrawn.
S-11 ( Private member's public bill) Jacob (Jack) Austin An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act. 09.03.1982 Order for 2nd reading discharged. Bill withdrawn.
S-28 ( Private member's public bill) Guy R. Williams Indian-Inuit Week Act. 23.11.1982 Order for 2nd reading discharged. Bill withdrawn.
S-31 ( Government bill) Horace A. (Bud) Olson Corporate Shareholding Limitation Act. 21.12.1982 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce; not reported back before dissolution on Nov. 30, 1983.
S-33 ( Government bill) Horace A. (Bud) Olson Canada Evidence Act, 1982. 28.06.1983 Interim Report of Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs debated. Debate closed.

2nd session (1983/12/07 - 1984/07/09)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-12 ( Government bill) Horace A. (Bud) Olson An Act to amend the Shipping Conferences Exemption Act, 1979. 17.04.1984 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce; not reported back before dissolution on July 9, 1984.
S-13 ( Public bill) Richard J. Stanbury Prohibited Degrees of Marriage Act. 05.04.1984 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before dissolution on July 9, 1984.
^ 31st Parliament (1979/10/09 - 1979/12/14) 1st session (1979/10/09 - 1979/12/14)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-2 ( Government bill) Jacques Flynn An Act to repeal The Canada-France Trade Agreement Act, 1933 and The Supplementary Canada-France Trade Agreement Act, 1935. 07.11.1979 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce; not reported back before dissolution on Dec. 14, 1979.
S-5 ( Government bill) Jacques Flynn Safe Containers Convention Act. 13.12.1979 Report of Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications, without amendment. Placed on the Orders of the Day for a 3rd reading at the next sitting. Dissolution on Dec. 14, 1979.
S-6 ( Government bill) Jacques Flynn An Act to amend an Act to provide for the appointment of a Port Warden for the Harbour of Quebec and to amend an Act to amend and consolidate the Acts relating to the office of Port Warden for the Harbour of Montreal. 13.12.1979 Report of Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications, with amendments. Report to be taken into consideration at the next sitting. Dissolution on Dec. 14, 1979.
S-8 ( Government bill) Jacques Flynn An Act respecting fugitive offenders in Canada. 12.12.1979 Report of Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, with amendments. Dec. 13 consideration of report postponed until next sitting. Dissolution on Dec. 14, 1979.
S-9 ( Government bill) Jacques Flynn Bankruptcy Act, 1979. 14.11.1979 2nd reading continually postponed. Dissolution on Dec. 14, 1979.
S-11 ( Government bill) Jacques Flynn An Act to amend the Diplomatic Privileges and Immunities Act. 13.12.1979 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs; not reported back before dissolution on Dec. 14, 1979.
^ 30th Parliament (1974/09/30 - 1979/03/26) 1st session (1974/09/30 - 1976/10/12)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-5 ( Government bill) Raymond J. Perrault Aircraft Registry Act. 29.05.1975 Report of Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications, with recommendation adopted and the bill was removed from the order paper.
S-14 ( Private member's public bill) Donald Cameron An Act to amend the Criminal Code (control of weapons and firearms). 21.11.1974 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before prorogation on Oct. 12, 1976.
S-21 ( Private member's public bill) Louis J. Robichaud An Act to amend the Criminal Code (commutation of death sentence). 05.02.1976 Order for 2nd reading discharged. Bill was withdrawn.
S-22 ( Private member's public bill) Jacques Flynn Senate (Intersessional Authority) Act. 23.04.1975 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before prorogation on Oct. 12, 1976.
S-23 ( Private member's public bill) Hazen R. Argue Total Abolition of Capital Punishment Act. 10.06.1975 2nd reading continually postponed. Prorogation on Oct. 12, 1976.

2nd session (1976/10/12 - 1977/10/17)

No bills during this session

3rd session (1977/10/18 - 1978/10/10)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-7 ( Private bill) Jean-Paul Deschatelets An Act to provide an exception from the public general law relating to marriage in the case of Lucien Roch Morin and Marie Rose Hélène Morin. 22.03.1978 Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs reported the bill to be unnecessary. Report adopted and the bill was withdrawn.
S-11 ( Government bill) Raymond J. Perrault Bankruptcy Act, 1978. 05.04.1978 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce; not reported back before prorogation on Oct. 10, 1978.

4th session (1978/10/11 - 1979/03/26)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-11 ( Government bill) Raymond J. Perrault Trademark Act, 1979. 22.03.1979 Debate on 2nd reading. Dissolution on March 26, 1979.
S-13 ( Private member's public bill) Herbert O. Sparrow Beef Import Act. 01.03.1979 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Agriculture; not reported back before dissolution on March 26, 1979.
S-14 ( Government bill) Raymond J. Perrault Bankruptcy Act, 1979. 13.03.1979 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce; not reported back before dissolution on March 26, 1979.
S-15 ( Government bill) Raymond J. Perrault An Act to amend the Aeronautics Act. 26.03.1979 1st reading. Dissolution on March 26, 1979.
^ 29th Parliament (1973/01/04 - 1974/05/09) 1st session (1973/01/04 - 1974/02/26)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-2 ( Private member's public bill) Donald Cameron An Act to amend the Criminal Code (control of weapons and firearms). 21.03.1973 Read 2nd time, on division, and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before prorogation on Feb. 26, 1974.
S-3 ( Private member's public bill) Allister Grosart An Act to amend the British North America Acts, 1867 to 1965 (Yukon and Northwest Territories Senate Representation). 14.01.1974 2nd reading continually postponed; prorogation on Feb. 26, 1974.
S-8 ( Private member's public bill) John M. Macdonald An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the National Defence Act (total abolition of capital punishment). 12.07.1973 Order for 2nd reading discharged and the bill was withdrawn.

2nd session (1974/02/27 - 1974/05/09)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-4 ( Private member's public bill) Donald Cameron An Act to amend the Criminal Code (control of weapons and firearms). 22.04.1974 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; not reported back before dissolution on May 9, 1974.
^ 28th Parliament (1968/09/12 - 1972/09/01) 1st session (1968/09/12 - 1969/10/22)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-20 ( Government bill) Alexander H. McDonald An Act to amend the Copyright Act. 06.02.1969 Order for 2nd reading was discharged and the bill was withdrawn.
S-24 ( Private member's public bill) Hazen R. Argue An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act (Age of Voters). 26.06.1969 Motion in amendment that the bill be not now read the 3rd time, but that it be referred to Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs concurred in, on divison.
S-40 ( Private member's public bill) John M. Macdonald An Act to amend the Identification of Criminals Act. 22.10.1969 2nd reading continually postponed. Prorogation on Oct. 22, 1969.

2nd session (1969/10/23 - 1970/10/07)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-24 ( Private member's public bill) Sarton Fournier An Act respecting Canada Day. 07.10.1970 2nd reading continually postponed. Prorogation on Oct. 7, 1970.

3rd session (1970/10/08 - 1972/02/16)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-3 ( Government bill) Paul J. Martin An Act to amend the Government Property Traffic Act. 28.04.1971 Report of Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, recommending that the proceedings on the bill be terminated in view of the letter received by Minister of Public Works, Hon. Arthur Laing, was adopted.
S-17 ( Private member's public bill) William M. Benedickson An Act to amend the Combines Investigation Act. 12.01.1972 2nd reading continually postponed; prorogation on Feb. 16, 1972.

4th session (1972/02/17 - 1972/09/01)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-2 ( Private member's public bill) John M. Macdonald An Act to amend the Unemployment Insurance Act, 1971. 01.06.1972 Motion in amendment that bill be not now read 2nd time, but that the subject matter thereof be referred to Standing Senate Committee on Health, Welfare and Science concurred in.
^ 27th Parliament (1966/01/18 - 1968/04/23) 1st session (1966/01/18 - 1967/05/08)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-3 ( Private member's public bill) David A. Croll An Act to make provision for the Disclosure of Information in respect of Finance charges. 29.03.1966 Motion that bill be not now read the 2nd time, but that the subject matter thereof be referred to the Joint Committee on Consumer Credit concurred in; message sent to House accordingly.
S-19 ( Private member's public bill) Arthur W. Roebuck An Act to extend the grounds upon which courts now having jurisdiction to grant divorces a vinculo matrimonii may grant such relief. 10.05.1966 Read 2nd time and bill subject matter referred to the Special Joint Committee on Divorce.
S-22 ( Private member's public bill) Jean-François Pouliot An Act to repeal the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act. 03.05.1966 Order for 2nd reading discharged and bill was withdrawn.
S-24 ( Private bill) Marianna B. Jodoin An Act to incorporate Guides Catholiques du Canada (secteur français). 08.05.1967 2nd reading continually postponed. Prorogation on May 8, 1967.
S-43 ( Private bill) John T. Haig An Act to incorporate Baptist General Conference of Canada. 21.02.1967 Motion that the Order of the Senate of 7th July 1966, referring the bill to Standing Committee on Miscellaneous Private Bills be discharged and the bill was withdrawn.
S-44 ( Government bill) John J. Connolly An Act to amend An Act to incorporate the Richelieu Bridge Company. 08.11.1966 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Committee on Transport and Communications; not reported back before prorogation on May 8, 1967.
S-49 ( Government bill) John J. Connolly An Act to amend the Criminal Code. 20.03.1967 Read 2nd time and referred to the Special Joint Committee appointed to study and report upon amendments to the Criminal Code relating to the dissemination of societies of "hate propaganda" in Canada; not reported back before prorogation on May 8, 1967.
S-60 ( Government bill) John J. Connolly An Act to amend the Food and Drugs Act. 08.05.1967 3rd reading continually postponed. Prorogation on May 8, 1967.

2nd session (1967/05/08 - 1968/04/23)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-5 ( Government bill) Jean-Paul Deschatelets An Act to amend the Criminal Code. 21.11.1967 Read 2nd time, on division, and referred to the Special Committee of the Senate on Hate Propaganda; not reported back before dissolution.
S-30 ( Government bill) John J. Connolly An Act to amend the Excise Act. 19.02.1968 Order for 3rd reading discharged and the bill was withdrawn.
S-31 ( Government bill) John J. Connolly An Act to provide for the dissolution of the Dominion Coal Board. 27.03.1968 Resumption of the debate on the motion for 2nd reading continually postponed. Dissolution on April 23, 1968.
S-34 ( Private member's public bill) Hazen R. Argue An Act to amend the Canadian Dairy Commission Act. 27.03.1968 2nd reading continually postponed. Dissolution on April 23, 1968.
^ 26th Parliament (1963/05/16 - 1965/09/08) 1st session (1963/05/16 - 1963/12/21)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-6 ( Private member's public bill) David A. Croll An Act to make Provision for the Disclosure of Information in respect of Finance Charges. 21.11.1963 Motion in amendment that bill be then read 2nd time, but that the subject-matter thereof be referred to the Joint Committee on Consumer Credit concurred in. Prorogation on Dec. 21, 1963.
S-32 ( Private member's public bill) Jean-François Pouliot An Act to amend the Marriage and Divorce Act. 09.10.1963 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Committee on Miscellaneous Private Bills, Oct. 24th recommendations of Committee for printing of proceedings of bill concurred in. Not reported before prorogation on Dec. 21, 1963.
S-38 ( Government bill) William R. Macdonald An Act to provide for the Establishment of Harbour Commissions. 11.12.1963 Motion in amendment that bill be not now read 3rd time, but that it be referred back to Standing Committee on Transport and Communications for further consideration concurred in. Not reported back before prorogation on Dec. 21, 1963.

2nd session (1964/02/18 - 1965/04/03)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-3 ( Private member's public bill) David A. Croll An Act to make Provision for the Disclosure of Information in respect of Finance Charges. 17.03.1964 Not read 2nd time but bill subject matter referred to the Joint Committee on Consumer Credit; not reported back before prorogation on April 3, 1965.
S-16 ( Private member's public bill) Jean-François Pouliot An Act to amend the Marriage and Divorce Act. 02.03.1965 2nd reading continually postponed. Prorogation on April 3, 1965.
S-19 ( Private bill) Jean-François Pouliot An Act to incorporate Les Scouts Catholiques du Canada. 19.05.1964 Order for 2nd reading discharged and the bill was withdrawn.
S-20 ( Private bill) John W. Farris An Act to incorporate Bank of British Columbia. 04.03.1965 Motion in amendment that the Report of Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce be not adopted but that it be referred back to the Committee for further consideration, debated and concurred in. No further reports before prorogation on April 3, 1965.
S-29 ( Private member's public bill) Jean-François Pouliot An Act to repeal the Dissolution and Annulment of Marriages Act. 16.09.1964 Bill was withdrawn and order for 2nd reading discharged.

3rd session (1965/04/05 - 1965/09/08)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-2 ( Private member's public bill) David A. Croll An Act to make provision for the Disclosure of Information in respect of Finance charges. 30.06.1965 2nd reading continually postponed. Dissolution on Sept. 8, 1965.
S-13 ( Private bill) John W. Farris An Act to incorporate the Bank of British Columbia. 26.05.1965 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce. Not reported back before dissolution on Sept. 8, 1965.
S-15 ( Government bill) John J. Connolly An Act to Revise and Consolidate the Interpretation Act and Amendments thereto, and to Effect Certain Consequential Amendments to the Canada Evidence Act and the Bills of Exchange Act. 23.06.1965 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce; not reported back before dissolution on Sept. 8, 1965.
S-16 ( Private bill) Alfred J. Brooks An Act respecting United Baptist Woman's Missionary Union of the Maritime Provinces. 28.06.1965 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Committee on Miscellaneous Private Bills; not reported back before dissolution on Sept. 8, 1965.
S-17 ( Private bill) Thomas D. Leonard An Act respecting General Mortgage Service Corporation of Canada. 30.06.1965 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce. Not reported back before dissolution on Sept. 8, 1965.
^ 25th Parliament (1962/09/27 - 1963/02/06) 1st session (1962/09/27 - 1963/02/06)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-3 ( Private member's public bill) David A. Croll An Act to make Provision for the Disclosure of Information in respect of Finance Charges. 06.12.1962 Read 2nd time on division and referred to Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce; not reported back before dissolution on Feb. 6, 1963.
S-23 ( Private bill) Lionel H. Choquette An Act respecting Canada Permanent Toronto General Trust Company. 30.01.1963 Read 2nd time on division and referred to Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce; not reported back before dissolution on Feb. 6, 1963.
^ 24th Parliament (1958/05/12 - 1962/04/19) 1st session (1958/05/12 - 1958/09/06)

No bills during this session

2nd session (1959/01/15 - 1959/07/18)

No bills during this session

3rd session (1960/01/14 - 1960/08/10)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-6 ( Private member's public bill) David A. Croll An Act to amend the Criminal Code (Capital punishment). 21.06.1960 Order for 2nd reading discharged. Bill was withdrawn.
S-25 ( Private member's public bill) David A. Croll An Act to make Provision for the Disclosure of Information in respect of Finance Charges. 23.06.1960 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce, not reported back before prorogation on Aug. 10, 1960.

4th session (1960/11/17 - 1961/09/29)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-4 ( Private member's public bill) David A. Croll An Act to make provision for the Disclosure of Information in respect of Finance Charges. 23.05.1961 Resumption of debate for 2nd reading; 2nd reading negatived on division.

5th session (1962/01/18 - 1962/04/19)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
S-2 ( Private member's public bill) David A. Croll An Act to make Provision for the Disclosure of Information in respect of Finance Charges. 03.04.1962 Read 2nd time on division and referred to Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce; not reported back before dissolution on April 19, 1962.
^ 23rd Parliament (1957/10/14 - 1958/02/01) 1st session (1957/10/14 - 1958/02/01)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
L ( Government bill) John T. Haig An Act to amend the Territorial Lands Act. 21.11.1957 Report of the Natural Resources Committee recommending that authority be granted for printing 800 copies in English and 200 copies in French of its proceedings on the bill is adopted. No further reports. Prorogation on Feb. 1, 1958.
^ 22nd Parliament (1953/11/12 - 1957/04/12) 1st session (1953/11/12 - 1954/11/20)

No bills during this session

2nd session (1955/01/07 - 1955/07/28)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
H-10 ( Private member's public bill) William D. Euler An Act to amend the British North America Acts, 1867 to 1952. 25.05.1955 Resumption of adjourned debate for 2nd reading; after further debate motion for 2nd reading negatived.
O-6 ( Private member's public bill) Walter M. Aseltine An Act respecting Divorce and Matrimonial Causes. 23.03.1955 Resumption of adjourned debate for 2nd reading; after further debate motion for 2nd reading negatived.
S ( Private bill) John J. Connolly An Act to incorporate Gerling General Insurance Company of Canada. 27.01.1955 Read 2nd time and referred to Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce. Not reported back before prorogation on July 28, 1955.

3rd session (1956/01/10 - 1956/08/14)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
I-5 ( Private member's public bill) Walter M. Aseltine An Act to amend the Exchequer Court Act. 30.05.1956 Resumption of adjourned debated for 2nd reading, after further debate motion for 2nd reading negatived.

4th session (1956/11/26 - 1957/01/08)

No bills during this session

5th session (1957/01/08 - 1957/04/12)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
B ( Government bill) William R. Macdonald An Act to confirm an Agreement between the Government of Canada and the Government of the Province of New Brunswick respecting Indian Reserves. 12.04.1957 2nd reading continually postponed. Prorogation on April 12, 1957.
Y-7 ( Government bill) William R. Macdonald An Act to amend the Government Property Traffic Act. 12.04.1957 Motion to resume debate for 3rd reading, and proposed amendment that bill be now read 3rd time but that it be referred back to Standing Committee on Transport and Communications, continually postponed. Prorogation on April 12, 1957.
^ 21st Parliament (1949/09/15 - 1953/06/13) 1st session (1949/09/15 - 1949/12/10)

No bills during this session

2nd session (1950/02/16 - 1950/06/30)

No bills during this session

3rd session (1950/08/29 - 1951/01/29)

No bills during this session

4th session (1951/01/30 - 1951/10/09)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
Z-12 ( Private bill) Walter M. Aseltine (for Arthur W. Roebuck) An Act to incorporate Ogdensburg Bridge Authority. 28.06.1951 Bill was withdrawn and the fees were refunded to the petitioners less printing and translation costs.

5th session (1951/10/09 - 1951/12/29)

No bills during this session

6th session (1952/02/28 - 1952/11/20)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
E-11 ( Government bill) Wishart M. Robertson An Act respecting Food, Drugs, Cosmetics and Therapeutic Devices. 10.06.1952 Read 2nd time and referred to the Standing Committee on Public Health and Welfare; not reported back before prorogation on Nov. 20, 1952.
H-8 ( Government bill) Wishart M. Robertson An Act respecting the Criminal Law. 20.06.1952 Report of Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce recommending that the bill be not further proceeded with, is adopted.
P-11 ( Government bill) Wishart M. Robertson An Act relating to Trade Marks and Unfair Competition. 17.06.1952 Read 2nd time and referred to the Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce, not reported back before prorogation on Nov. 20, 1952.

7th session (1952/11/20 - 1953/05/14)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
Z ( Private member's public bill) George H. Ross An Act to amend the Indian Act. 11.02.1953 Resumption of adjourned debate on the motion for 2nd reading; after further debate, the bill was withdrawn.
^ 20th Parliament (1945/09/06 - 1949/04/30) 1st session (1945/09/06 - 1945/12/18)

No bills during this session

2nd session (1946/03/14 - 1946/08/31)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
A5 ( Government bill) Wishart M. Robertson An Act respecting Bankruptcy. 15.08.1946 Report of Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce recommending that the bill be not further proceeded with at the present session, but that during the recess of Parliament, the Government give consideration to the representation embodied in the printed copy of the minutes, is adopted.
G ( Private member's public bill) William D. Euler An Act to amend the Dairy Industry Act. 08.05.1946 Resumption of debate on the motion for the 2nd reading; after further debate the motion was lost on division.
L5 ( Government bill) Wishart M. Robertson An Act to amend the Unemployment Insurance Act, 1940. 20.06.1946 Bill was withdrawn.

3rd session (1947/01/30 - 1947/07/17)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
B ( Private member's public bill) William D. Euler An Act to amend the Dairy Industry Act. 27.03.1947 Resumption of adjourned debate for 2nd reading, motion that bill be referred to the Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce declared out of order. After further debate, motion for 2nd reading was lost on division.

4th session (1947/12/05 - 1948/06/30)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
B ( Private member's public bill) William D. Euler An Act to amend the Dairy Industry Act. 05.05.1948 Resumption of adjourned debate for the 2nd reading, after further debate motion for 2nd reading was lost on division.
E ( Private member's public bill) Gordon P. Campbell An Act respecting the Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo Railway Company and Canadian National Railway Company. 24.06.1948 Application having been made for leave to withdraw the bill, the Standing Committee on Transport and Communications recommend that leave be granted accordingly. Report is adopted.
F7 ( Private bill) Thomas A. Crerar An Act to incorporate Western Pipe Lines. 10.06.1948 Application having been made for leave to withdraw the bill, the Standing Committee on Transport and Communications recommends that leave be granted accordingly. Report is adopted.
L-11 ( Government bill) Wishart M. Robertson An Act respecting Bankruptcy. 02.06.1948 Read 1st time, 2nd reading continually postponed. Prorogation on June 30, 1948.

5th session (1949/01/26 - 1949/04/30)

No bills during this session
^ 19th Parliament (1940/05/16 - 1945/04/16) 1st session (1940/05/16 - 1940/11/05)

No bills during this session

2nd session (1940/11/07 - 1942/01/21)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
E3 ( Private member's public bill) John T. Haig An Act to amend the Unemployment Insurance Act, 1940. 04.06.1941 Resumption of adjourned debate on the motion for 2nd reading; after further debate motion lost on division.

3rd session (1942/01/22 - 1943/01/27)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
D ( Private member's public bill) Arthur B. Copp An Act to amend the Divorce Jurisdiction Act, 1930. 17.03.1942 Was, on division, read the 2nd time and referred to the Standing Committee on Miscellaneous Private Bills.

4th session (1943/01/28 - 1944/01/26)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
W2 ( Private member's public bill) John W. Farris An Act to enable a married person in certain circumstances to apply to a court of competant jurisdiction for a declaration that the other party to the marriage be presumed dead and for the dissolution of marriage. 13.04.1943 Resumption of adjourned debate on the motion for the 2nd reading. After further debate, the motion was lost on division.

5th session (1944/01/27 - 1945/01/31)

No bills during this session

6th session (1945/03/19 - 1945/04/16)

No bills during this session
^ 18th Parliament (1936/02/06 - 1940/01/25) 1st session (1936/02/06 - 1936/06/23)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
C ( Private member's public bill) James J. Hughes An Act respecting the remarriage of divorced persons. 07.05.1936 Motion in amendment for 6 months' hoist of 2nd reading is concurred in.

2nd session (1937/01/14 - 1937/04/10)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
B ( Government bill) Raoul Dandurand An Act to establish a Board of Transport Commissioners for Canada, with authority in respect of transport by railways, ships, aircraft and motor vehicles. 18.03.1937 Motion for 3rd reading further debated and lost on division.
G3 ( Private member's public bill) William Duff An Act respecting Employers and Employees. 08.04.1937 Bill read 1st time and placed on Order of the Day for 2nd reading on the following Tuesday. Prorogation on April 10, 1937.

3rd session (1938/01/27 - 1938/07/01)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
M1 ( Private bill) Joseph-Henri-Gustave Lacasse An Act respecting Madame Belle Hervey Harper Cazzani. 04.04.1938 Motion in amendment for 6 months' hoist of 2nd reading, is carried.
Z2 ( Private bill) Edgar S. Little An Act to incorporate International Highway Forwarders. 30.06.1938 Application having been made for leave to withdraw the bill, the Standing Committee on Miscellaneous Private Bills recommend that leave be granted accordingly. Report is adopted, bill withdrawn.

4th session (1939/01/12 - 1939/06/03)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
O2 ( Private member's public bill) James J. Hughes An Act to amend the Farmer's Creditors Arrangement Act, 1934. 28.04.1939 Resumption of adjourned debate on the motion for 2nd reading; after further debate the bill was withdrawn.

5th session (1939/09/07 - 1939/09/13)

No bills during this session

6th session (1940/01/25 - 1940/01/25)

No bills during this session
^ 17th Parliament (1930/09/08 - 1935/08/14) 1st session (1930/09/08 - 1930/09/22)

No bills during this session

2nd session (1931/03/12 - 1931/08/03)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
A ( Private member's public bill) Joseph P. Casgrain An Act respecting the registration of all British and Alien subjects in the Dominion of Canada. 13.05.1931 Motion for 2nd reading negatived on division.
A1 ( Private member's public bill) Joseph P. Casgrain An Act to provide for Alien Identification Cards. 29.07.1931 Motion in amendment for a "six months' hoist" of the third reading was withdrawn and the bill was withdrawn.
G ( Private member's public bill) George Lynch-Staunton An Act to amend the Criminal Code as regards the use of force to prevent escapes by flight. 20.05.1931 Read 2nd time and referred to a Special Committee, not reported back before prorogation on Aug. 3, 1931.
K1 ( Private member's public bill) William A. Griesbach An Act to amend an Act to incorporate the Army and Navy Veterans in Canada (Sweepstakes). 06.07.1931 Motion for 2nd reading negatived on division.

3rd session (1932/02/04 - 1932/05/26)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
A1 ( Private member's public bill) Gerald V. White (for Aimé Bénard) An Act with respect to Hospital Sweepstakes. 02.03.1932 Motion for 2nd reading further debated and negatived on division.
B1 ( Government bill) Arthur Meighen An Act respecting the Status and Powers of British and Foreign Insurance Companies in Canada. 10.03.1932 Report of Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce recommending that the bill be withdrawn and a new bill be introducted in lieu thereof upon the wishes of the Government, is adopted. Bill withdrawn.
C1 ( Government bill) Arthur Meighen An Act respecting the Status and Powers of Dominion Insurance Companies. 10.03.1932 Report of Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce recommending that the bill be withdrawn and a new bill be introduced in lieu thereof (upon the wishes of the gov't) is adopted. The bill was withdrawn.
D1 ( Private bill) Frédéric Béique An Act respecting the Quebec, Montreal and Southern Railway Company. 13.05.1932 The Standing Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours reports that the Preamble of the bill is not proven, because the passage of the bill would not be in the public interest. The report was adopted.
V1 ( Private bill) Lendrum McMeans An Act for the relief of Gordon Alexander Cowan. 11.05.1932 Motion for 3rd reading passed in the negative.

4th session (1932/10/06 - 1933/05/27)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
J ( Government bill) Arthur Meighen An Act respecting Shipping in Canada. 26.04.1933 The Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce reports that the government desires to withdraw the bill. The report was adopted and the bill was withdrawn.

5th session (1934/01/25 - 1934/07/03)

No bills during this session

6th session (1935/01/17 - 1935/07/05)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
B2 ( Private bill) George Lynch-Staunton An Act respecting a patent of Lillian Towy. 06.06.1935 The Standing Committee on Miscellaneous Private Bills reports that the Preamble of the bill is not proven because the passage of the bill would not be in the public interest. The report is adopted.
G ( Private member's public bill) Joseph P. Casgrain An Act to amend the Combines Investigation Act and the Criminal Code. 03.04.1935 Motion in amendment for 6 months' hoist of 2nd reading, carried.
N2 ( Private bill) James A. Calder An Act to incorporate the Northern Telephone Company. 26.06.1935 Report of Standing Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours recommending that the bill be withdrawn, upon the request of the petitioners, is adopted.
S ( Private member's public bill) James J. Hughes An Act respecting the remarriage of divorced persons. 12.04.1935 Motion for 2nd reading withdrawn. Bill withdrawn.
^ 16th Parliament (1926/12/09 - 1930/05/30) 1st session (1926/12/09 - 1927/04/14)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
M2 ( Private bill) Joseph P. Casgrain (for James H. Ross) An Act to incorporate the Quebec Occidental Railway Company. 24.03.1927 Report of Standing Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours recommending that the bill be withdrawn upon the request of the promoters, is adopted. Fees were refunded.

2nd session (1928/01/26 - 1928/06/11)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
D ( Private member's public bill) Edward L. Girroir An Act to make Venereal Disease an impediment to marriage. 07.06.1928 Report of Standing Committee on Public Health and Inspection of Foods recommending that the bill be not further proceeded with and that further information be secured on the whole question, is adopted.

3rd session (1929/02/07 - 1929/06/14)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
D ( Private member's public bill) George Lynch-Staunton An Act to amend the Criminal Code as regards the use of force to prevent escapes by flight. 17.05.1929 Bill withdrawn.
K9 ( Private bill) Prosper-Edmond Lessard An Act respecting the Great Lakes and Atlantic Canal and Power Company, Limited. 14.06.1929 2nd reading continually postponed, died on prorogation on June 14, 1929.
P7 ( Private member's public bill) Charles-Philippe Beaubien An Act to amend the Criminal Code (Fines and Forfeitures). 31.05.1929 Order of the Day for consideration of the bill in a Committee of the Whole was discharged.
V3 ( Government bill) Raoul Dandurand An Act respecting Investment Companies. 04.06.1929 Report of Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce recommending that further proceedings on the bill be discontinued for the present session due to the probable early prorogation, is adopted.
X1 ( Private member's public bill) Edward L. Girroir An Act to make Mental or Physical Unfitness an Impediment to Marriage. 29.05.1929 Standing Committee on Public Health and Inspection of Foods reports that such a measure, before it is placed on the Statute book, must be preceded by a thorough campaign of education amongst the public. Report is adopted.

4th session (1930/02/20 - 1930/05/30)

No bills during this session
^ 15th Parliament (1926/01/07 - 1926/07/02) 1st session (1926/01/07 - 1926/07/02)

No bills during this session
^ 14th Parliament (1922/03/08 - 1925/09/05) 1st session (1922/03/08 - 1922/06/28)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
A ( Private member's public bill) Lendrum McMeans An Act to extend the Right of Appeal from Convictions for Indictable Offences. 07.06.1922 Report of the Special Committee recommending that further consideration be postponed until the next section of Parliament and that when the bill is reintroduced consideration should be given to the advisability of adding a clause providing for a new trial, is adopted.
P3 ( Private member's public bill) Gustave B. Boyer An Act to amend the Explosives Act. 22.06.1922 Order for 2nd reading discharged and bill was withdrawn.
V4 ( Private bill) Robert Watson An Act respecting the Great West Bank of Canada. 21.06.1922 The Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce reports that the Preamble of the bill is not proven because the granting of the extension of time proposed by the bill would not be in the public interest.

2nd session (1923/01/31 - 1923/06/30)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
A ( Private member's public bill) Joseph P. Casgrain An Act to amend Part IV of the Canada Temperance Act by providing for the abolition of licenses to manufacture Intoxicating Liquor in Provinces wherein the sale thereof is prohibited. 13.03.1923 Motion in amendment for "6 months' hoist" of 2nd reading carried.
C ( Private member's public bill) Laurent-Olivier David An Act to amend the Dominion Elections Act (as regards the qualifications of Female Electors). 01.03.1923 Motion for 2nd reading negatived, on division.
K3 ( Private bill) Charles E. Tanner An Act respecting the Frontier College. 23.03.1923 Report of Standing Committee on Miscellaneous Private Bills recommending that the bill be withdrawn upon the request of the promoters, is adopted.
M2 ( Private member's public bill) George Lynch-Staunton An Act to amend the Criminal Code (Soliciting purchase of shares in Company). 20.03.1923 Bill read 2nd time and referred to Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce, not reported back before prorogation, June 30, 1923.

3rd session (1924/02/28 - 1924/07/19)

Bill /
Sponsor
TitleDate of Final ConsiderationManner in Which Bill Was Concluded
A2 ( Private member's public bill) Richard S. White An Act to amend the Ticket of Leave Act. 16.07.1924 Report of Special Committee recommending that further consideration of the bill be deferred until the next session of Parliament, is adopted.
A6 ( Private bill) Gerald V. White An Act respecting a certain Patent of the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company of Canada, Limited. 01.07.1924 Report of Standing Committee on Miscellaneous Private Bills stating that the Preamble is not proven, because the granting of extension of time proposed in the bill would not be in the public interest, is adopted.
C6 ( Private bill) Frédéric Béique An Act respecting the Montreal Central Terminal Company. 10.07.1924 Report of Standing Committee on Railways, Telegraphs and Harbours stating that the Preamble is not proven, because the granting of extension of time proposed in the bill would not be in the public interest, is adopted.
R3 ( Private member's public bill) Pierre É. Blondin An Act respecting the application of the Bankruptcy Act, 1919, to the province of Quebec. 03.07.1924 Order for the consideration of the bill in a Committee of the Whole. House discharged and the bill was withdrawn.