This session began on February 27th, 1996 and ended on April 27th, 1997.

Government bills

  • C-2 Amend the Judges
  • C-3 Amend the Canada Labour Code (nuclear undertakings) and to make a related amendment to another
  • C-4 Amend the Standards Council of Canada
  • C-5 Amend the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act, the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act and the Income Tax
  • C-6 Amend the Yukon Quartz Mining Act and the Yukon Placer Mining
  • C-7 Establish the Department of Public Works and Government Services and to amend and repeal certain Acts
  • C-8 Respecting the control of certain drugs, their precursors and other substances and to amend certain other Acts and repeal the Narcotic Control Act in consequence thereof
  • C-9 Respecting the Law Commission of Canada
  • C-10 Borrowing Authority Act, 1996-97
  • C-11 Department of Human Resources Development
  • C-12 Employment Insurance
  • C-13 Witness Protection Program
  • C-14 Continue the National Transportation Agency as the Canadian Transportation Agency, to consolidate and revise the National Transportation Act, 1987 and the Railway Act and to amend or repeal other Acts as a consequence
  • C-15 Amend, enact and repeal certain laws relating to financial institutions
  • C-16 Amend the Contraventions Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
  • C-17 Amend the Criminal Code and certain other Acts
  • C-18 Establish the Department of Health and to amend and repeal certain Acts
  • C-19 Implement the Agreement on Internal Trade
  • C-20 Respecting the commercialization of civil air navigation services
  • C-21 Appropriation Act No. 4, 1995-96
  • C-22 Appropriation Act No. 1, 1996-97
  • C-23 Establish the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
  • C-24 Amend the Tobacco Products Control
  • C-25 Respecting regulations and other documents, including the review, registration, publication and parliamentary scrutiny of regulations and other documents, and to make consequential and related amendments to other Acts
  • C-26 Respecting the oceans of Canada
  • C-27 Amend the Criminal Code (child prostitution, child sex tourism, criminal harassment and female genital mutilation)
  • C-28 Respecting certain agreements concerning the redevelopment and operation of Terminals 1 and 2 at Lester B. Pearson International Airport
  • C-29 Regulate interprovincial trade in and the importation for commercial purposes of certain manganese-based substances
  • C-30 Amend the Public Service Staff Relations Act and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  • C-31 Implement certain provisions of the budget tabled in Parliament on March 6, 1996
  • C-32 Amend the Copyright
  • C-33 Amend the Canadian Human Rights
  • C-34 Establish programs for the marketing of agricultural products, to repeal the Agricultural Products Board Act, the Agricultural Products Cooperative Marketing Act, the Advance Payments for Crops Act and the Prairie Grain Advance Payments Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
  • C-35 Amend the Canada Labour Code (minimum wage)
  • C-36 Amend the Income Tax Act, the Excise Act, the Excise Tax Act, the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions Act, the Old Age Security Act and the Canada Shipping
  • C-37 Implement an agreement between Canada and the Russian Federation, a convention between Canada and the Republic of South Africa, an agreement between Canada and the United Republic of Tanzania, an agreement between Canada and the Republic of India and a convention between Canada and Ukraine, for the avoidance of double taxation and the prevention of fiscal evasion with respect to taxes on income
  • C-38 Provide for mediation between insolvent farmers and their creditors, to amend the Agriculture and Agri-Food Administrative Monetary Penalties Act and to repeal the Farm Debt Review
  • C-39 Respecting the York Factory First Nation and the settlement of matters arising from an agreement relating to the flooding of land
  • C-40 Respecting the Nelson House First Nation and the settlement of matters arising from an agreement relating to the flooding of land
  • C-41 Amend the Divorce Act, the Family Orders and Agreements Enforcement Assistance Act, the Garnishment, Attachment and Pension Diversion Act and the Canada Shipping
  • C-42 Amend the Judges Act and to make consequential amendments to another
  • C-43 Amend the Railway Safety Act and to make a consequential amendment to another
  • C-44 For making the system of Canadian ports competitive, efficient and commercially oriented, providing for the establishing of port authorities and the divesting of certain harbours and ports, for the commercialization of the St. Lawrence Seaway and ferry services and other matters related to maritime trade and transport and amending the pilotage Act and amending and repealing other Acts as a consequence
  • C-45 Amend the Criminal Code (judicial review of parole ineligibility) and another
  • C-46 Amend the Criminal Code (production of records in sexual offence proceedings)
  • C-47 Respecting human reproductive technologies and commercial transactions relating to human reproduction
  • C-48 Amend the Federal Court Act, the Judges Act and the Tax Court of Canada
  • C-49 Authorize remedial and disciplinary measures in relation to members of certain administrative tribunals, to reorganize and dissolve certain federal agencies and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
  • C-50 Respecting an accord between the Governments of Canada and the Yukon Territory relating to the administration and control of and legislative jurisdiction in respect of oil and gas
  • C-51 Respecting the water resources of Nunavut
  • C-52 Amend the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Superannuation
  • C-53 Amend the Prisons and Reformatories
  • C-54 Amend the Foreign Extraterritorial Measures
  • C-55 Amend the Criminal Code (high risk offenders), the Corrections and Conditional Release Act, the Criminal Records Act, the Prisons and Reformatories Act and the Department of the Solicitor General
  • C-56 Appropriation Act No. 2, 1996-97
  • C-57 Amend the Bell Canada
  • C-58 Amend the Canada Shipping Act (maritime liability)
  • C-59 Implement Articles 1 to 22 of the Athens Convention relating to the Carriage of Passengers and their Luggage by Sea, 1974
  • C-60 Establish the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and to repeal and amend other Acts as a consequence
  • C-61 Implement the Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement
  • C-62 Respecting fisheries
  • C-63 Amend the Canada Elections Act, the Parliament of Canada Act and the Referendum
  • C-64 Respecting the inspection of fish and marine plants
  • C-65 Respecting the protection of wildlife species in Canada from extirpation or extinction
  • C-66 Amend the Canada Labour Code (Part I) and the Corporations and Labour Unions Returns Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
  • C-67 Amend the Competition Act and another Act in consequence
  • C-68 Appropriation Act No. 3, 1996-97
  • C-69 Amend the Income Tax Act, the Income Tax Application Rules, the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act, the Canada Pension Plan, the Children's Special Allowances Act, the Cultural Property Export and Import Act, the Customs Act, the Employment Insurance Act, the Excise Tax Act, the Old Age Security Act, the Tax Court of Canada Act, the Tax Rebate Discounting Act, the Unemployment Insurance Act, the Western Grain Transition Payments Act and certain Acts related to the Income Tax
  • C-70 Amend the Excise Tax Act, the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act, the Income Tax Act, the Debt Servicing and Reduction Account Act and related Acts
  • C-71 Regulate the manufacture, sale, labelling and promotion of tobacco products, to make consequential amendments to another Act and to repeal certain Acts
  • C-72 Amend the Canadian Wheat Board Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
  • C-73 Amend the Canada Shipping Act and other Acts as a consequence
  • C-74 Respecting pollution prevention and the protection of the environment and human health in order to contribute to sustainable development
  • C-75 Providing for the ratification and the bringing into effect of the Framework Agreement on First Nation Land Management
  • C-76 Respecting the safety and effectiveness of materials that come into contact with or are used to treat water destined for human consumption
  • C-77 Concerning an order under the International Development (Financial Institutions) Assistance
  • C-78 Establish the Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park and to make a consequential amendment to another
  • C-79 Permit certain modifications in the application of the Indian Act to bands that desire them
  • C-80 Provide for an integrated system of land and water management in the Mackenzie Valley, to establish certain boards for that purpose and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
  • C-81 Implement the Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreement and related agreements
  • C-82 Amend certain laws relating to financial institutions
  • C-83 Provide borrowing authority for the fiscal year beginning on April 1, 1997
  • C-84 Amend the Citizenship Act and the Immigration
  • C-85 Amend the Pension Benefits Standards Act, 1985 and the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions
  • C-86 Amend the Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Act and to make a consequential amendment to another
  • C-87 Appropriation Act No. 4, 1996-97
  • C-88 Appropriation Act No. 1, 1997-98
  • C-89 Amend the Customs Act and the Criminal Code
  • C-90 Respecting depository bills and notes and making a related amendment to another
  • C-91 Respecting cooperatives
  • C-92 Amend the Income Tax Act, the Income Tax Application Rules and another Act related to the Income Tax
  • C-93 Implement certain provisions of the budget tabled in Parliament on February 18, 1997
  • C-94 Respecting DNA identification and to make consequential amendments to the Criminal Code and other Acts
  • C-95 Amend the Criminal Code (criminal organizations) and to amend other Acts in consequence
  • C-96 Amend the Coastal Fisheries Protection Act and the Canada Shipping Act in order to implement the Agreement for the Implementation of the Provisions of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea of 10 December 1982 Relating to the Conservation and Management of Straddling Fish Stocks and Highly Migratory Fish Stocks
  • C-97 Amend the Canada Labour Code (Part II) in respect of occupational health and safety and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
  • C-98 Amend the Canada Evidence Act and the Criminal Code in respect of persons with disabilities, to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act in respect of persons with disabilities and other matters and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
  • S-2 Amend the Canadian Human Rights Act (Sexual orientation)
  • S-3 Amend the Criminal Code (plea bargaining)
  • S-4 Amend the Criminal Code (abuse of process)
  • S-5 Restrict the manufacture, sale, importation and labelling of tobacco products
  • S-6 Amend the Criminal Code (period of ineligibility for parole)
  • S-7 Dissolve the Nipissing and James Bay Railway Company
  • S-8 Respecting Queen's University at Kingston
  • S-9 Providing for self-government by the first nations of Canada
  • S-10 Amend the Criminal Code (criminal organization)
  • S-11 Amend the Excise Tax
  • S-12 Providing for self-government by the first nations of Canada)
  • S-13 Amend the Criminal Code (protection of health care providers)
  • S-14 Amend the Criminal Code and the Department of Health Act (security of the child)
  • S-15 Amend Incorporate the Bishop of the Artic of the Church of England in Canada
  • S-16 Concerning one Karla Homolka

Private members' bills are introduced by MPs who are not cabinet ministers—opposition members, or sometimes government backbenchers. They rarely become law.

Private members' bills

  • C-201 Amend the Criminal Code (operation while impaired)
  • C-202 Respecting a National Organ Donor Week in Canada
  • C-203 Amend the Criminal Code (criminal organization)
  • C-204 Amend the Canada Business Corporations Act (qualifications of directors)
  • C-205 Amend the Criminal Code and the Copyright Act (profit from authorship respecting a crime)
  • C-206 Amend the Criminal Code (offence committed outside Canada)
  • C-207 Amend the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Act (recommendations of the Review Committee)
  • C-208 Amend the Criminal Code (human being)
  • C-209 Amend the Consumer Packaging and Labelling Act (nutritional value of food)
  • C-210 Amend the Canada Elections Act (review of nomination papers)
  • C-211 Amend the Access to Information
  • C-212 Amend the Canadian Wheat Board Act (audit)
  • C-213 The Constitution Act, 1996 (balanced budget and spending limit)
  • C-214 Provide for improved information on the cost of proposed government programs
  • C-215 Appoint a Taxation Ombudsman and to amend the Income Tax Act to establish certain rights of taxpayers
  • C-216 Amend the Broadcasting Act (broadcasting policy)
  • C-217 Amend the Criminal Code (protection of witnesses)
  • C-218 Amend the Criminal Code and the Young Offenders Act (capital punishment)
  • C-219 Amend the Canada Labour Code (severance pay)
  • C-220 Respecting the Energy Price Commission
  • C-221 Amend the Competition Act (illegal trade practices)
  • C-222 Amend the Food and Drugs Act (warning on alcoholic beverage containers)
  • C-223 Amend the Citizenship Act (oath of allegiance)
  • C-224 Amend the Criminal Code (arrest without warrant)
  • C-225 Amend the Canadian Human Rights Act (Indian Act)
  • C-226 Amend the Criminal Code (self-defence)
  • C-227 Amend the Bell Canada Act (construction charges)
  • C-228 Amend the Young Offenders Act and to amend certain other Acts in consequence thereof
  • C-229 Provide for funding for intervenors in hearings before certain boards and agencies
  • C-230 Provide for a national referendum to authorize the government to negotiate terms of separation with a province that has voted for separation from Canada
  • C-231 Amend the Bankruptcy Act (priority of claims)
  • C-232 Prohibit the export of water by interbasin transfers
  • C-233 Amend the Canada Elections
  • C-234 Amend the Criminal Code
  • C-235 Amend the Criminal Code (genital mutilation of female persons)
  • C-236 Prevent the importation of radioactive waste into Canada
  • C-237 Amend the Immigration Act and the Transfer of Offenders
  • C-238 Respecting the protection and rehabilitation of endangered and threatened species
  • C-239 Amend the Canada Post Corporation
  • C-240 Amend the Income Tax Act (child care expense)
  • C-241 Amend the Criminal Code (punishment for subsequent serious personal injury offence)
  • C-242 Amend the Divorce Act (joint custody)
  • C-243 Amend the Canada Elections Act (reimbursement of election expenses)
  • C-244 Amend the Income Tax Act (deduction of interest on mortgage loans)
  • C-245 Amend the Divorce Act (granting of access to, or custody of, a child to a grandparent)
  • C-246 Amend the Criminal Code (sexual exploitation of children outside Canada)
  • C-247 Amend the Criminal Code (trespass)
  • C-248 Amend the Criminal Code (prostitution)
  • C-249 Amend the Nuclear Liability
  • C-250 Amend the Parliament of Canada Act and the Canada Elections Act (confidence votes)
  • C-251 Amend the Canada Health Act (conditions for contributions)
  • C-252 Amend the Criminal Code (mines)
  • C-253 Amend the Access to Information Act (Crown corporations)
  • C-254 Amend the Corrections and Conditional Release Act and the Criminal Code
  • C-255 Respecting the beverage containers
  • C-256 Amend the Criminal Code (hate propaganda)
  • C-257 Amend the Unemployment Insurance
  • C-258 Amend the Public Harbours and Port Facilities
  • C-259 Amend the Canada Post Corporation Act (membership of Board of Directors)
  • C-260 Amend the Income Tax Act and the Canada Pension Plan (transfer of income to spouse)
  • C-261 Require a referendum on the restoration of the death penalty and to amend the Referendum
  • C-262 Require charitable and non-profit organizations that receive public funds to declare the remuneration of their directors and senior officers
  • C-263 Respecting restriction on foreign aid
  • C-264 Allow the electors of a province to express an opinion on who should be summoned to the Senate to represent the province
  • C-265 Amend the Canadian Human Rights Act (sexual orientation)
  • C-266 Amend the Competition Act (protection of whistle-blowers)
  • C-267 Amend the Competition Act (gasoline pricing)
  • C-268 Amend the Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food
  • C-269 Amend the Canada Elections Act and the Parliament of Canada
  • C-270 Amend the Financial Administration Act (session of Parliament)
  • C-271 Amend the Public Service Employment Act (appeal procedures)
  • C-272 Amend the Criminal Code (no parole when imprisoned for life)
  • C-273 Amend the Criminal Code (violent crimes)
  • C-274 Amend the Criminal Code and the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (cumulative sentences)
  • C-275 Establishing the Canadian Association of Former Parliamentarians
  • C-276 Amend the Canada Elections Act (registration of political parties)
  • C-277 Amend the Criminal Code (selling wildlife)
  • C-278 Amend the Statutory Instruments Act (disallowance procedure for delegated and subordinate legislation)
  • C-279 Amend the Canada Elections Act (electronic voting)
  • C-280 Amend the Debt Servicing and Reduction Account Act (gifts to the Crown)
  • C-281 Amend the Food and Drugs Act and the Narcotic Control Act (trafficking in a controlled or a restricted drug or narcotic within five hundred metres of an elementary school or high school)
  • C-282 Providing for equal treatment for persons cohabiting in a relationship similar to a conjugal relationship
  • C-283 Amend the Department of Labour Act (eligibility for assistance for long-service employees)
  • C-284 Amend For the Recognition and Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms and to amend the Constitution Act, 1867
  • C-285 Amend the Canada Elections Act (election expenses)
  • C-286 Amend the Income Tax Act (political activities by charities receiving public funds)
  • C-287 Promote the use of plain language in federal statutes and regulations
  • C-288 Amend the Currency Act (abolition of the cent)
  • C-289 Amend the Nuclear Liability
  • C-290 Respecting the protection of bears
  • C-291 Amend the Criminal Code (prohibited sexual acts)
  • C-292 Amend the Unemployment Insurance
  • C-293 Limit the national debt of Canada
  • C-294 Provide for evaluations of statutory programs
  • C-295 Amend the Criminal Code (dangerous offenders)
  • C-296 Amend the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (rehabilitation programs)
  • C-297 Revoke the conviction of Louis David Riel
  • C-298 Replace the allowance provided by the Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act with an allowance funded by members' contributions to assist their transition back to private life
  • C-299 Amend the Canadian Human Rights
  • C-300 Respecting the establishment and award of a Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal for Canadians who have served with an international peacekeeping mission
  • C-301 Amend the Canada Elections
  • C-302 Establish an oath of allegiance to the flag of Canada
  • C-303 Amend the Criminal Code (victims' rights)
  • C-304 Amend the Criminal Code (aiding suicide)
  • C-305 Amend the Criminal Code (protection of children)
  • C-306 Respecting a national refugee awareness day
  • C-307 Amend the Canada Elections Act (polling hours)
  • C-308 Amend the Canada Elections Act (polling stations in hospitals)
  • C-309 Amend the Food and Drugs Act (ingredients of food sold in restaurants)
  • C-310 Amend the Parliament of Canada Act (meetings of the Board of Internal Economy)
  • C-311 Amend the Patent
  • C-312 Amend the Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act (money purchase pension)
  • C-313 Amend the Parliament of Canada Act (other pension income)
  • C-314 Respecting the provision of compensation to public safety officers who lost their lives while on duty
  • C-315 Amend the Criminal Code (protection of witnesses)
  • C-316 Amend the Parliament of Canada Act (oath or solemn affirmation)
  • C-317 Amend the Excise Tax Act (small supplier carrying on a taxi business)
  • C-318 Respecting the protection of whistle blowers and to amend certain other Acts in consequence thereof
  • C-319 Amend the Consumer Packaging and Labelling Act (recombinant hormones)
  • C-320 Amend the Merchant Navy Veteran and Civilian War-related Benefits Act and the War Veterans Allowance
  • C-321 Amend the Criminal Code and the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (cumulative sentences)
  • C-322 Amend the Identification of Criminals Act (forensic DNA analysis)
  • C-323 Respecting National Heritage Day
  • C-324 Amend the Income Tax Act (entertainment expenses)
  • C-325 Amend the Crown Liability and Proceedings
  • C-326 Change the name of the electoral district of Bourassa
  • C-327 Amend the Access to Information Act (disclosure of results of public opinion polls)
  • C-328 Establish national standards across Canada for education provided by the provinces
  • C-329 Establish national literacy standards across Canada
  • C-330 Amend the Income Tax Act (donors to food banks)
  • C-331 Amend the Income Tax Act (tax credit for mental or physical impairment)
  • C-332 Amend the Employment Equity Act (elimination of designated group and numerical goals) and the Canadian Human Rights
  • C-333 Amend the Immigration Act and the Criminal Code (refugee or immigrant applicants convicted of an offence on indictment)
  • C-334 Amend the Criminal Code (violent crimes or sexual offences)
  • C-335 Amend the Bank Act (foreign banks)
  • C-336 Amend the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  • C-337 Amend the Canada Labour Code
  • C-338 Amend the Canada Labour Code and the Public Service Staff Relations Act (scabs and essential services)
  • C-339 Permit descendants of United Empire Loyalists who fled the land that later became the United States of America after the 1776 American Revolution to establish a claim to the property they or their ancestors owned in the United States that was confiscated without compensation, and claim compensation for it in the Canadian courts, and to exclude from Canada any foreign person trafficking in such property
  • C-340 Amend the Marriage (Prohibited Degrees) Act and the Interpretation
  • C-341 Establish the terms and conditions that must apply to a referendum relating to the separation of Quebec from Canada before it may be recognized as a proper expression of the will of the people of Quebec
  • C-342 Establish principles of responsible fiscal management and to require regular publication of information by the Minister of Finance to demonstrate the Government's adherence to those principles
  • C-343 Provide for the holding of citizen-initiated referenda on specific questions
  • C-344 Amend the Criminal Code (no early parole for those who murder a peace officer)
  • C-345 Provide for the limitation of interest rates on credit cards
  • C-346 Respecting federal funding of certain activities, events and facilities that are supported by tobacco companies
  • C-347 Change the names of certain electoral districts
  • C-348 Provide for petitions presented to the House of Commons that have 250,000 or more signatures to be subsequently prepared as bills so far as possible and introduced in the House
  • C-349 Provide for parliamentary scrutiny and approval of user fees set by federal authority and to require public disclosure of the amount collected as user fees
  • C-350 Provide for a national referendum to authorize the government to negotiate terms of separation with a province that has voted for separation from Canada
  • C-351 Provide for the limitation of interest rates, of the application of interest and of fees in relation to credit card accounts
  • C-352 Amend the Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act (deduction re other income)
  • C-353 Amend the Criminal Code (Internet lotteries)
  • C-354 Amend the Criminal Code and the Young Offenders Act (capital punishment)
  • C-355 Amend the Broadcasting Act and the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Act (protection of community interests in programming)
  • C-356 Amend the Motor Vehicule Safety
  • C-357 Provide for the expiry of gun control legislation that is not proven effective within five years of coming into force
  • C-358 Amend the Statistics
  • C-359 Establish a national register of pedophiles and to provide legislative authority for the administration of the Canadian Police Information Centre by the R.C.M.P.
  • C-360 Amend the Criminal Code (chemical neutralization of pedophiles)
  • C-361 Allow taxpayers to inform government of their views on levels and priorities for the expenditure of tax revenues and to provide for parliamentary review of the results
  • C-362 Amend the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (cumulative sentences)
  • C-363 Amend the Patent Act (investigations regarding the making of medicines available at no charge to the seriously ill)
  • C-364 Amend the Income Tax Act (change RRSP deduction to a tax credit)
  • C-365 Amend an Act respecting Holidays
  • C-366 Amend the Criminal Code (joyriding)
  • C-367 Amend the Official Languages Act (enforcement of the duties of the Government)
  • C-368 Amend the Export Development
  • C-369 Amend the Criminal Code (gaming and betting)
  • C-370 Amend the Income Tax Act (income deferral from forced destruction of livestock or natural disaster)
  • C-371 Amend the Department of Justice
  • C-372 Amend the Criminal Code (protection of child before birth)
  • C-373 Amend the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act (provincial legislation contravening the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms)
  • C-374 Amend the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act (social services for the French linguistic minority of a province)
  • C-375 Amend the Agreement on Internal Trade Implementation
  • C-376 Provide defined contribution pensions for the Public Service, the Canadian Forces and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, to be managed and invested by a private sector manager, and to amend the Income Tax Act and certain other Acts in consequence thereof
  • C-377 Amend the Referendum
  • C-378 Amend the Immigration Act (permanent resident status)
  • C-379 Amend the Criminal Code (arrest of those in breach of condition of parole or statutory or temporary release)
  • C-380 Respecting the designation of a Louis Riel Day and revoking his conviction of August 1, 1885
  • C-381 Amend the Competition Act (protection of those who purchase products from vertically integrated suppliers who compete with them at retail)
  • C-382 Amend the Criminal Records Act (sexual offences against children)
  • C-383 Provide for the settlement of labour disputes affecting west coast ports by final offer arbitration
  • C-384 Amend the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission
  • C-385 Amend the Constitution Act, 1867
  • C-386 Amend the Criminal Code (probation order)
  • C-387 Require that in the advertising and at the opening of a cultural project supported by public money a public acknowledgement of the grant be made
  • C-388 Establish a Canadian Charter of Duties and Responsibilities
  • C-389 Amend the Divorce Act (marriage counselling required before divorce granted)
  • C-390 Amend the Food and Drugs Act (labelling for prepackaged foods)
  • C-391 Amend the Criminal Code (penalties for sexual offences involving children)
  • C-392 Amend the Immigration Act (right-of-landing fee)
  • C-393 Amend the Income Tax Act (business limit)
  • C-394 Amend the Immigration Act (dependent sons and daughters)
  • C-395 Amend the Bank Act (consumers' protection)
  • C-396 Restrict the use of the Internet to distribute pornographic material involving children
  • C-397 Amend the Immigration Act (reimbursement)
  • C-398 Amend the Bank Act (amalgamation)
  • C-399 Repeal the firearms Act and to make certain amendments to the Criminal Code
  • C-400 Amend the Canada Elections Act (registration of political parties)
  • C-401 Amend the Broadcasting Act (broadcasting policy for Canada)
  • C-402 Provide for the limitation of interest rates in relation to credit cards issued by financial institutions, companies engaged in retail trade and petroleum companies
  • C-403 Amend the Criminal Code (prohibiting certain offenders from changing their name)
  • C-404 Respecting conscientious objection to the use of taxes for military purposes
  • C-405 Amend the Privacy Act (previous conviction for child-related sexual offences)
  • C-406 Amend the Criminal Code, the Corrections and Conditional Release Act and the Immigration Act, to provide for new offences related to the spread of HIV and AIDS and to require mandatory testing of inmates of a penitentiary and immigrants for sexually transmitted diseases in order to reduce the spread of disease
  • C-407 Amend the Canada Elections
  • C-408 Amend the Interpretation Act (definition of child)
  • C-409 Amend the Divorce Act (definition of "child")
  • C-410 Amend the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements
  • C-411 Amend the Canada Pension Plan (definition of "child")
  • C-412 Amend the Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act (definition of "child")
  • C-413 Amend the Young Offenders Act (definition of "child")
  • C-414 Amend the Bank Act (definition of infant)
  • C-415 Amend the Bills of Exchange Act (definitions of infant and minor)
  • C-416 Amend the Canada Business Corporations Act (definitions of infant and minor)
  • C-417 Amend the Canada Health Act (definition of child)
  • C-418 Amend the Canada Shipping Act (definitions of child and infant)
  • C-419 Amend the Canada Student Loans Act (definition of full age)
  • C-420 Amend the Canada-United Kingdom Civil and Commercial Judgements Act (definition of infant in matters originating in Canada)
  • C-421 Amend the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (definition of child)
  • C-422 Amend the Excise Act (definition of adult)
  • C-423 Amend the Extradition Act (definition of child)
  • C-424 Amend the Government Employees Compensation Act (definition of infant)
  • C-425 Amend the Hazardous Products Act (definition of child)
  • C-426 Amend the Canada Cooperative Associations Act (definition of infant)
  • C-427 Amend the Excise Tax Act (definition of child)
  • C-428 Amend the Indian Act (definition of infant child)
  • C-429 Amend the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Act (definition of child)
  • C-430 Amend the Insurance Companies Act (definition of infant)
  • C-431 Amend the Land Titles Act (age of majority and definition of infant)
  • C-432 Amend the Canada Transportation Act (definition of adult)
  • C-433 Amend the Pension Fund Societies Act (definition of minor child)
  • C-434 Amend the Privacy Act (definition of minor)
  • C-435 Amend the Territorial Lands Act (definition of adult)
  • C-436 Amend the Wages Liability Act (definition of adult)
  • C-437 Amend the Canada Transportation
  • C-438 Amend the Insurance Companies
  • C-439 Respecting the measurement of economic activity by criteria that reflect resource consumption and environmental stress
  • C-440 Vacate the conviction of Louis Riel
  • C-441 Respecting the territorial integrity of Canada
  • C-442 Amend the National Capital
  • C-443 Amend the Criminal Code (definition of child)
  • C-444 Amend the Canadian Bill of Rights (right to housing)