This session began on September 22nd, 1997 and ended on September 18th, 1999.

Government bills

  • C-2 Canada Pension Plan Investment Board
  • C-3 DNA Identification
  • C-4 Amend the Canadian Wheat Board Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
  • C-5 Canada Cooperatives
  • C-6 Mackenzie Valley Resource Management
  • C-7 Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park
  • C-8 Canada-Yukon Oil and Gas Accord Implementation
  • C-9 Canada Marine
  • C-10 Income Tax Conventions Implementation Act, 1997
  • C-11 Customs Tariff
  • C-12 Amend the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Superannuation
  • C-13 Amend the Parliament of Canada
  • C-14 Drinking Water Materials Safety
  • C-15 Amend the Canada Shipping Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
  • C-16 Amend the Criminal Code and the Interpretation Act (powers to arrest and enter dwellings)
  • C-17 Amend the Telecommunications Act and the Teleglobe Canada Reorganization and Divestiture
  • C-18 Amend the Customs Act and the Criminal Code
  • C-19 Amend the Canada Labour Code (Part I) and the Corporations and Labour Unions Returns Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
  • C-20 Amend the Competition Act and to make consequential and related amendments to other Acts
  • C-21 Amend the Small Business Loans
  • C-22 Anti-Personnell Mines Convention Implementation
  • C-23 Appropriation Act No. 2, 1997-98
  • C-24 Postal Services Continuation Act, 1997
  • C-25 Amend the National Defence Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
  • C-26 Amend the Canada Grain Act and the Agriculture and Agri-Food Administrative Monetary Penalties Act and to repeal the Grain Futures
  • C-27 Amend the Coastal Fisheries Protection Act and the Canada Shipping Act to enable Canada 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 and other international fisheries treaties or arrangements
  • C-28 Income Tax Amendments Act, 1997
  • C-29 Canadian Parks Agency
  • C-30 Mi'kmaq Education
  • C-31 Canada Lands Surveyors
  • C-32 Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999
  • C-33 Appropriation Act No. 3, 1997-98
  • C-34 Appropriation Act No. 1, 1998-99
  • C-35 Amend the Special Import Measures Act and the Canadian International Trade Tribunal
  • C-36 Budget Implementation Act, 1998
  • C-37 Amend the Judges Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
  • C-38 Amend the National Parks
  • C-39 Amend the Nunavut Act and the Constitution Act, 1867
  • C-40 Extradition
  • C-41 Amend the Royal Canadian Mint Act and the Currency
  • C-42 Amend the Tobacco
  • C-43 Canada Customs and Revenue Agency
  • C-44 Administrative Tribunals (Remedial and Disciplinary Measures)
  • C-45 Appropriation Act No. 2, 1998-99
  • C-46 Appropriation Act No. 3, 1998-99
  • C-47 Amend the Parliament of Canada Act, the Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act and the Salaries
  • C-48 Marine Conservation Areas
  • C-49 First Nations Land Management
  • C-50 Federal Law-Civil Law Harmonization Act, No. 1
  • C-51 Amend the Criminal Code, the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and the Corrections and Conditional Release
  • C-52 Comprehensive Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty Implementation
  • C-53 Canada Small Business Financing
  • C-54 Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents
  • C-55 Foreign Publishers Advertising Services
  • C-56 Manitoba Claim Settlements Implementation
  • C-57 Amend the Nunavut Act with respect to the Nunavut Court of Justice and to amend other Acts in consequence
  • C-58 Amend the Railway Safety Act and to make a consequential amendment to another
  • C-59 Amend the Insurance Companies
  • C-60 Appropriation Act No. 4, 1998-99
  • C-61 Amend the War Veterans Allowance Act, the Pension Act, the Merchant Navy Veteran and Civilian War-related Benefits Act, the Department of Veterans Affairs Act, the Veterans Review and Appeal Board Act and the Halifax Relief Commission Pension Continuation Act and to amend certain other Acts in consequence thereof
  • C-62 Nunavut Waters and Nunavut Surface Rights Tribunal
  • C-63 Citizenship of Canada
  • C-64 Canada Travelling Exhibitions Indemnification
  • C-65 Amend the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements
  • C-66 Amend the National Housing Act and the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation Act and to make a consequential amendment to another
  • C-67 Amend the Bank Act, the Winding-up and Restructuring Act and other Acts relating to financial institutions and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
  • C-68 Youth Criminal Justice
  • C-69 Amend the Criminal Records Act and to amend another Act in consequence
  • C-70 National Parks
  • C-71 Budget Implementation Act, 1999
  • C-72 Income Tax Amendments Act, 1998
  • C-73 Appropriation Act No. 5, 1998-1999
  • C-74 Appropriation Act No. 1, 1999-2000
  • C-75 Canadian Tourism Commission
  • C-76 Government Services Act, 1999
  • C-77 Amend the Motor Vehicle Transport Act, 1987 and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
  • C-78 Public Sector Pension Investment Board
  • C-79 Amend the Criminal Code (victims of crime) and another Act in consequence
  • C-80 Canada Food Safety and Inspection
  • C-81 Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering)
  • C-82 Amend the Criminal Code (impaired driving and related matters)
  • C-83 Canada Elections
  • C-84 Miscellaneous Statute Law Amendment Act, 1999
  • C-85 Civil International Space Station Agreement Implementation
  • C-86 Appropriation Act No. 2, 1999-2000
  • C-87 Amend the Criminal Code (impaired driving causing death)
  • C-88 Sales Tax and Excise Tax Amendments Act, 1999
  • S-2 Amend the Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Act and to make a consequential amendment to another
  • S-3 Amend the Pension Benefits Standards Act, 1985 and the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions
  • S-4 Amend the Canada Shipping Act (maritime liability)
  • S-5 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-6 Persons Case National Historic Park
  • S-7 Criminal Code amendments (coercion in medical procedures)
  • S-8 Tobacco Act amendments (content regulation)
  • S-9 Depository Bills and Notes
  • S-10 Excise Tax Act amendments
  • S-11 Amend the Canadian Human Rights Act in order to add social condition as a prohibited ground of discrimination
  • S-12 Amend the Criminal Code (abuse of process)
  • S-13 Incorporate and to establish an industry levy to provide for the Canadian Anti-Smoking Youth Foundation
  • S-14 First Nations Government Bill
  • S-15 Royal Assent
  • S-16 Income Tax Conventions Implementation Act, 1998
  • S-17 Amend the Criminal Code respecting criminal harassment
  • S-18 Respecting the Alliance of Manufacturers & Exporters Canada
  • S-19 Merchant Navy War Service Recognition
  • S-20 Amend the Act of incorporation of the Roman Catholic Episcopal Corporation of Mackenzie
  • S-21 Corruption of Foreign Public Officals
  • S-22 Preclearance
  • S-23 Amend the Carriage by Air Act to give effect to a Protocol to amend the Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules Relating to International Carriage by Air and to give effect to the Convention, Supplementary to the Warsaw Convention, for the Unification of Certain Rules Relating to International Carriage by Air Performed by a Person Other than the Contracting Carrier.
  • S-24 Provide for judicial preauthorization of requests to be made to a foreign or international authority or organization for a search or seizure outside Canada
  • S-25 Respecting the Certified General Accountants Association of Canada
  • S-26 Royal Assent
  • S-27 Amend the Canada Elections Act (hours of polling at by-elections)
  • S-28 Amend the Canada Elections Act (hours of polling in Saskatchewan)
  • S-29 Amend the Criminal Code (Protection of Patients and Health Care Providers)
  • S-30 Amend the Act of incorporation of the Board of Elders of the Canadian District of the Moravian Church in America
  • S-31 Amend the Parliament of Canada Act (Parliamentary Poet Laureate)

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 Parliament of Canada Act (oath or solemn affirmation)
  • C-202 Amend the Canada Health Act (nutrition services)
  • C-203 Amend the Agreement on Internal Trade Implementation
  • C-204 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-205 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-206 Amend the Criminal Code (prostitution)
  • C-207 Amend the Criminal Code (trespass)
  • C-208 Amend the Access to Information
  • C-209 Amend the Criminal Code (joyriding)
  • C-210 Amend the Young Offenders Act to transfer older offenders who commit violent offences to adult court, to limit the application of alternative measures, to allow for certain young offenders to be designated as dangerous offenders, to establish public safety as a dominant consideration in the application of the law respecting young offenders, to remove privacy provisions and to make certain other amendments
  • C-211 Amend the Criminal Code (arrest of those in breach of condition of parole or statutory or temporary release)
  • C-212 Amend the Criminal Code and the Young Offenders Act (capital punishment)
  • C-213 Respecting the designation of a Louis Riel Day and revoking his conviction of August 1, 1885
  • C-214 People's Tax Form
  • C-215 Amend the Criminal Code (Section 227)
  • C-216 Amend the Access to Information Act (Crown corporations)
  • C-217 Amend the Access to Information Act (disclosure of results of public opinion polls)
  • C-218 Amend the Divorce Act (marriage counselling required before divorce granted)
  • C-219 Amend the Criminal Code (using or operating a stolen motor vehicle in the commission of an offence)
  • C-220 Amend the Criminal Code and the Copyright Act (profit from authorship respecting a crime)
  • C-221 Amend the Canada Business Corporations
  • C-222 Require that in the advertising and at the opening of a cultural project supported by public money a public acknowledgement be made of the grant and the percentage of the total cost that the grant represents
  • C-223 Amend the Income Tax Act (deduction of interest on mortgage loans)
  • C-224 Amend the Criminal Code (offence committed outside Canada)
  • C-225 Amend the Marriage (Prohibited Degrees) Act and the Interpretation
  • C-226 Amend the Criminal Code (protection of witnesses)
  • C-227 Amend the Income Tax Act (income deferral from forced destruction of livestock or natural disaster)
  • C-228 Promote the use of plain language in federal statutes and regulations
  • C-229 Provide for the holding of citizen-initiated referenda on specific questions
  • C-230 Amend the Canada Elections Act (election expenses)
  • C-231 Amend the Food and Drugs Act (warning labels regarding the consumption of alcohol)
  • C-232 Facilitate participation in the reserve force
  • C-233 Provide for the settlement of labour disputes affecting west coast ports by final offer arbitration
  • C-234 Amend the Crown Liability and Proceedings
  • C-235 Amend the Competition Act (protection of those who purchase products from vertically integrated suppliers who compete with them at retail)
  • C-236 Repeal the Firearms Act and to make certain amendments to the Criminal Code
  • C-237 Provide for a national referendum to authorize the Government of Canada to negotiate terms of separation with a province that has voted for seperation from Canada
  • C-238 Fiscal Responsability
  • C-239 Amend the Consumer Packaging and Labelling Act (recombinant hormones)
  • C-240 Amend the Debt Servicing and Reduction Account Act (gifts to the Crown)
  • C-241 Amend the Immigration Act (right-of-landing fee)
  • C-242 Amend the Criminal Code (violent crimes)
  • C-243 Amend the Criminal Code (protection of child before birth)
  • C-244 Amend the Income Tax Act and the Canada Pension Plan (transfer of income to spouse)
  • C-245 Amend the Criminal Code (penalties for sexual offences involving children)
  • C-246 Respecting the provision of compensation to public safety officers who lost their lives while on duty
  • C-247 Amend the Criminal Code (genetic manipulation)
  • C-248 Amend the Patent
  • C-249 Amend the Income Tax
  • C-250 Amend the Referendum
  • C-251 Amend the Criminal Code and the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (cumulative sentences)
  • C-252 Amend the Criminal Code (judicial review)
  • C-253 Amend the Access to Information Act (disclosure of results of public opinion polls)
  • C-254 Amend the Immigration Act (reimbursement)
  • C-255 Amend the Criminal Code (prohibited sexual acts)
  • C-256 Amend the Statutory Instruments Act (disallowance procedure for statutory instruments)
  • C-257 Amend the Employment Equity Act (elimination of designated groups and numerical goals) and the Canadian Human rights
  • C-258 Amend the Criminal Code (judicial review)
  • C-259 Amend the Criminal Code (arrest without warrant)
  • C-260 Amend the Young Offenders
  • C-261 Amend the Immigration Act and the Criminal Code (refugee or immigrant applicants convicted of an offence on indictment)
  • C-262 Amend the Criminal Code (probation order)
  • C-263 Amend the Holidays
  • C-264 Amend the Access to Information
  • C-265 Amend the Parliament of Canada Act and the Canada Elections Act (change of political affiliation)
  • C-266 Amend the Criminal Code (alcohol-sensing ignition control for automobiles)
  • C-267 Amend the Canada Health Act (conditions for contributions)
  • C-268 Amend the Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act (deduction re other income)
  • C-269 Amend the Criminal Code (no parole when imprisoned for life)
  • C-270 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-271 Respecting the territorial integrity of Canada
  • C-272 Respecting conscientious objection to the use of taxes for military purposes
  • C-273 Amend the Income Tax Act (political activities by charities receiving public funds)
  • C-274 Amend the Canada Elections Act (electronic voting)
  • C-275 Amend the Privacy
  • C-276 Amend the Criminal Code (protection of children)
  • C-277 Require a referendum on the restoration of the death penalty as a sentencing option and to amend the Referendum
  • C-278 Provide for the expiry of gun control legislation that is not proven effective within five years of coming into force
  • C-279 Promote the observance of two minutes of silence on Remembrance Day
  • C-280 Amend the Canada Elections Act (registration of political parties)
  • C-281 Amend the Immigration Act (removal of those convicted of serious criminal offence)
  • C-282 Amend the Canada Health Act (linguistic duality)
  • C-283 Amend the Canadian Wheat Board Act (audit)
  • C-284 Amend the Criminal Records Act and the Canadian Human Rights Act (offences against children)
  • C-285 Amend the Divorce Act (joint custody)
  • C-286 Amend the Access to Information Act and amending the National Archives of Canada Act as a consequence (destruction and falsification of documents and access to confidences of the Privy Council)
  • C-287 Provide for the study of proportional representation in federal elections and a national referendum on the recommendations that result from the study
  • C-288 Amend the Broadcasting Act (broadcasting policy)
  • C-289 Amend the Bank Act and the Statistics Act (equity in community reinvestment)
  • C-290 Amend the Canada Post Corporation Act (membership of Board of directors)
  • C-291 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-292 Amend the Corrections and Conditional Release
  • C-293 Amend the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Act (Review Committee)
  • C-294 Amend the Criminal Code and the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (victims' rights)
  • C-295 Amend the Employment Insurance Act 1997 (schedule I)
  • C-296 Amend the Employment Insurance Act, 1997 (rate of benefits)
  • C-297 Amend the Employment Insurance Act, 1997 (section 15)
  • C-298 Amend the Employment Insurance Act, 1997 (qualifying for benefit)
  • C-299 Amend the Employment Insurance Act, 1997 (premiums and Employment Insurance Account)
  • C-300 Amend the Employment Insurance Act, 1997 (refund)
  • C-301 Credit Card Interest Limitation
  • C-302 Fishers' Bill of Rights
  • C-303 Amend the Expropriation Act (disposal of expropriated lands)
  • C-304 Amend For the Recognition and Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms and to amend the Constitution Act, 1867
  • C-305 Amend the Criminal Code (selling wildlife)
  • C-306 Amend the Bank Act (bank charges)
  • C-307 Amend the Food and Drugs
  • C-308 Respecting beverage containers
  • C-309 Providing for equal treatment for persons cohabiting in a relationship similar to a conjugal relationship
  • C-310 Special Interest Groups Funding Accountability
  • C-311 Amend the Criminal Code (reimbursement of costs following a free pardon)
  • C-312 Amend the Income Tax Act (percentage of gifts that may be deducted from tax)
  • C-313 Amend the Young Offenders Act and to amend certain other Acts in consequence thereof
  • C-314 Amend the Immigration Act (persons without identification not to be allowed into Canada as immigrants or refugees or under a Minister's permit)
  • C-315 Amend the Income Tax Act (deductibility of expense of tools provided as a requirement of employment)
  • C-316 Amend the Income Tax Act (interest on student loans)
  • C-317 Amend the Income Tax
  • C-318 Amend the Excise Tax
  • C-319 Amend the Canadian Bill of Rights (right to education)
  • C-320 Amend the Canadian Bill of Rights (right to literacy)
  • C-321 Immigration Enforcement Improvement
  • C-322 Amend the Income Tax Act (donors to food banks)
  • C-323 Amend the Income Tax Act (tax credit for mental or physical impairment)
  • C-324 Establish national literacy standards across Canada
  • C-325 Establish national standards across Canada for education provided by the provinces
  • C-326 Amend the Canadian Bill of Rights (right to housing)
  • C-327 Amend the Bank Act (definition of "infant")
  • C-328 Amend the Bills of Exchange Act (definitions of "infant" and "minor")
  • C-329 Amend the Canada Business Corporations Act (definitions of "infant" and "minor")
  • C-330 Amend the Divorce Act (definition of "child")
  • C-331 Amend the Canada Pension Plan (definition of "child")
  • C-332 Amend the Canada Health Act (definition of "child")
  • C-333 Amend the Canada Shipping Act (definitions of "child" and "infant")
  • C-334 Amend the Canada Student Loans Act (definition of "full age")
  • C-335 Amend the Canada Cooperative Associations Act (definition of "infant")
  • C-336 Amend the Canada-United Kingdom Civil and Commercial Judgments Convention Act (definition of "infant" in matters originating in Canada)
  • C-337 Amend the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (definition of "child")
  • C-338 Amend the Excise Act (definition of "adult")
  • C-339 Amend the Excise Tax Act (definition of "child")
  • C-340 Amend the Divorce Act (right of spouses' parents to access to or custody of child)
  • C-341 Amend the Canada Transportation Act (definition of "adult")
  • C-342 Amend the Criminal Code (definition of "child")
  • C-343 Amend the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements
  • C-344 Canadian Child Rights
  • C-345 Amend the Canadian Forces Superannuation Act, the Carriage by Air Act, the Cree-Naskapi (of Quebec) Act, the Criminal code, the Pension Act and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Superannuation
  • C-346 Amend the Territorial Lands Act (definition of "adult")
  • C-347 Amend the Interpretation Act (definition of "child")
  • C-348 Amend the Extradition Act (definition of "child")
  • C-349 Amend the Government Employees Compensation Act (definition of "infant")
  • C-350 Amend the Hazardous Products Act (definition of "child")
  • C-351 Amend the Indian Act (definition of "infant child")
  • C-352 Amend the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Act (definition of "child")
  • C-353 Amend the Insurance Companies Act (definition of "infant")
  • C-354 Amend the Land Titles Act (age of majority and definition of "infant")
  • C-355 Amend the Pension Fund Societies Act (definition of "minor child")
  • C-356 Amend the Privacy Act (definition of "minor")
  • C-357 Amend the Wages Liability Act (definition of "adult")
  • C-358 Amend the Copyright
  • C-359 the Grant Expenditure Report
  • C-360 Amend the Transfer of Offenders Act (removal of foreign offenders)
  • C-361 Amend the Patent Act (life of patents pertaining to medicine)
  • C-362 Amend the Firearms Act and the Criminal Code (no registration of firearms that are not restricted or prohibited firearms)
  • C-363 Apprenticeship National Standards
  • C-364 Amend the Canada Labour Code and the Public Service Staff Relations Act (scabs and essential services)
  • C-365 Amend the Criminal Code (desecration of the flag)
  • C-366 Amend the Income Tax Act (deduction of mechanics' tool expenses)
  • C-367 Amend the Motor Vehicle Safety
  • C-368 Amend the Criminal Code and the Department of Health Act (security of the child)
  • C-369 Amend the Holidays Act (Sir Wilfrid Laurier Day) and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
  • C-370 Amend the Holidays Act (Sir John A. Macdonald Day) and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
  • C-371 Establish the right of electors to recall members of Parliament
  • C-372 Constitution Act, 1997 (Representation)
  • C-373 Statutory Program Evaluation
  • C-374 Amend the Criminal Code and the Customs Tariff (prohibited toys)
  • C-375 Balanced Budget
  • C-376 Amend the National Defence Act and to make related amendments to other Acts (Department of Defence)
  • C-377 Amend the Employment Insurance Act, 1997
  • C-378 Amend the Export Development
  • C-379 Amend the Canada Election
  • C-380 Amend the Interest Act and Amend certain laws relating to financial institutions (mortgage prepayment and consumer disclosure)
  • C-381 Amend the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission
  • C-382 Senator Selection
  • C-383 Amend the Food and Drugs Act (warnings on alcoholic beverage containers)
  • C-384 Respecting the Energy Price Commission
  • C-385 Amend the Marriage (Prohibited Degrees) Act (marriage between persons of the same sex)
  • C-386 Amend the Income Tax Act and the Canada Pension Plan (definition of spouse)
  • C-387 National Agricultural Relief Coordination
  • C-388 Amend the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (withdrawal of applications for full parole by offenders serving two or more years)
  • C-389 Amend the Consumer Packaging and Labelling Act (nutritional value of food)
  • C-390 Amend the Income Tax (allowances paid to elected officials)
  • C-391 Amend the Criminal Code (wearing of war decorations)
  • C-392 Respecting the privatization of the Export Development Corporation and the disposal of the shares therein of Her Majesty in right of Canada
  • C-393 Amend the Competition Act, 1998 (negative option marketing)
  • C-394 VIA Rail Commercialization
  • C-395 Amend the Canada Pension Plan (early pension entitlement for police officers and firefighters)
  • C-396 Credit Ombudsman
  • C-397 Amend the Criminal Code (prostitution)
  • C-398 Amend the Broadcasting Act (designation of cable channels)
  • C-399 Amend the Elections Act (appointment of election officers)
  • C-400 Amend the Tobacco Act (substances contained in a tobacco product)
  • C-401 Amend the Holidays Act (Flag Day) and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
  • C-402 Amend the Indian Act (obligations of landlords and tenants on reserve land)
  • C-403 Amend the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (lead sinkers and lead jigs)
  • C-404 Prohibit the export of water by interbasin transfers
  • C-405 Amend the Canada Elections Act (ballot papers)
  • C-406 Amend the Criminal Code (search and seizure without warrant)
  • C-407 Amend the Bank Act (bank mergers)
  • C-408 Amend the Criminal Code (wearing of war decorations)
  • C-409 Amend the Canada Post Corporation Act (letter that cannot be transmitted by post)
  • C-410 Change the name of certain electoral districts
  • C-411 Amend the Canada Elections
  • C-412 Amend the Income Tax Act (food expenses)
  • C-413 National Symbol of Canadian Unity
  • C-414 Amend the Income Tax Act (wages of apprentices)
  • C-415 Amend the Criminal Code (gaming and betting)
  • C-416 Amend the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (accelerated parole reviews)
  • C-417 Respecting Louis Riel
  • C-418 Amend the Criminal Code (mandatory counseling for certain assaults)
  • C-419 Canada Parks
  • C-420 Amend the Bank Act, the Insurance Companies Act and the Trust and Loan Companies Act (repayment of a mortgage loan before the maturity of the loan)
  • C-421 Amend the Interest Act (interest payable on repayment of a mortgage loan before maturity)
  • C-422 Amend the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Act (annual report)
  • C-423 Amend the Parliament of Canada Act (meetings of the Board of Internal Economy)
  • C-424 Internet Child Pornography Prevention
  • C-425 Amend the Criminal Code (public disclosure of the names of persons who have served a sentence of imprisonment for an offence of a sexual nature)
  • C-426 Amend the Criminal Code
  • C-427 Amend the National Defence Act (Her Majesty's Canadian Ship)
  • C-428 Amend the Bank Act and the Statistics Act (equity in community reinvestment)
  • C-429 Amend the Canada Labour Code (severance pay)
  • C-430 Amend the Canada Transportation Act (discontinued railway lines)
  • C-431 Amend the Canada Post Corporation Act (mail contractors)
  • C-432 Labour Market Training
  • C-433 Amend the Criminal Code (Order of prohibition)
  • C-434 Observance of Two Minutes of Silence on Remembrance Day
  • C-435 Amend the Bank of Canada Act (withdrawal of the thousand dollar note)
  • C-436 Amend the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Act (recommendations of the Review Committee)
  • C-437 Amend the Canada Elections
  • C-438 Amend the Criminal Code (taking samples of bodily substances)
  • C-439 Amend the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (student loan)
  • C-440 Amend the Criminal Code (flight)
  • C-441 Canada Endangered Species Protection
  • C-442 Reform's Anti-Profiteering
  • C-443 Nuclear Amendment Act, 1998
  • C-444 Amend the Criminal Code
  • C-445 Change the name of the electoral district of Stormont--Dundas
  • C-446 Amend the Income Tax Act (removal of foreign investment limit for registered retirement savings plans and registered retirement income funds)
  • C-447 Amend the Canada Labour Code (application of Part I to members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police who are peace officers)
  • C-448 Amend the Criminal Code (consecutive sentences)
  • C-449 Amend the Employment Insurance Act (parental benefits)
  • C-450 Amend the Criminal Code (bail in cases of assault with weapon or criminal harassment)
  • C-451 Amend the Parliament of Canada Act and the Canada Elections
  • C-452 Amend For the Recognition and Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms and to amend the Constitution Act, 1867
  • C-453 Issue of Ceremonial Statements of Service
  • C-454 National Horse of Canada
  • C-455 Amend the Food and Drugs Act (nutrition information on foods)
  • C-456 Protection of Privacy (Social Insurance Numbers)
  • C-457 Amend the Employment Insurance
  • C-458 Amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (trafficking in a controlled drug or substance within five hundred metres of an elementary school or a high school)
  • C-459 Amend the Criminal Code (consecutive sentencing)
  • C-460 Pension Ombudsman
  • C-461 Amend the Criminal Code to prohibit coercion in medical procedures that offend a person's religion or belief that human life is inviolable
  • C-462 Amend the Farm Income Protection Act (crop damage by gophers)
  • C-463 Hong Kong Veteran Prisoner Compensation
  • C-464 Change the name of the electoral district of Sackville--Eastern Shore
  • C-465 Change the name of the electoral district of Argenteuil--Papineau
  • C-466 Amend the Income Tax Act (exemption from taxation of 50% of U.S. social security payments to Canadian residents)
  • C-467 Amend the Criminal Code, the Young Offenders Act and the Transfer of Offenders Act (death penalty)
  • C-468 Amend the Criminal Code (criminal liability of corporations, directors and officers)
  • C-469 Amend the Canada Labour Code
  • C-470 Amend the Canada Labour Code, the Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act and the Public Service Staff Relations Act (prohibited provision in a collective agreement)
  • C-471 Amend the Employment Insurance Act (elimination of the waiting period in a natural disaster)
  • C-472 Amend the Competition Act (abuse of dominant position)
  • C-473 Amend the Criminal Code and the Young Offenders Act (capital punishment)
  • C-474 Amend the Canada Post Corporation
  • C-475 Amend the Criminal Code (breaking and entering)
  • C-476 Program Cost Declaration
  • C-477 Amend the Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Act and the Canada Labour Code as a consequence
  • C-478 Amend the Canada Elections
  • C-479 Recognition of Crimes Against Humanity
  • C-480 First Nations Ombudsman
  • C-481 Equal Treatment for Persons Cohabiting in a Relationship Similar to a Conjugal Relationship
  • C-482 Amend the Hazardous Products
  • C-483 Blood Samples
  • C-484 Amend the Criminal Code (consecutive sentence for use of firearm in commission of offence)
  • C-485 Canada Water Export Prohibition
  • C-486 Change the name of the electoral district of Edmonton East
  • C-487 National Day Against Impaired Driving
  • C-488 Parliamentarians' Code of Conduct
  • C-489 Amend the Criminal Code (forfeiture)
  • C-490 Amend the Auditor General Act (Poverty Commissioner)
  • C-491 Antipoverty
  • C-492 Amend the Criminal Code (dangerous offender)
  • C-493 Shipbuilding Act, 1999
  • C-494 Witness and Spousal Protection Program
  • C-495 Taxpayers' Bill of Rights
  • C-496 Amend the Income Tax Act (medical expenses)
  • C-497 Amend the Canada Elections Act (reimbursement of election expenses)
  • C-498 Awarding of the Organ Donation Medal
  • C-499 Whistle Blowers Protection
  • C-500 Amend the Employment Insurance Act (waiting period)
  • C-501 Amend the Employment Insurance Act (self-employed persons)
  • C-502 Amend the Income Tax Act (deduction of expenses incurred by a mechanic for tools required in employment)
  • C-503 Amend the Contraventions Act and the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (marihuana)
  • C-504 Amend the Criminal Code (prohibited sexual acts)
  • C-505 Amend the Income Tax Act (child adoption expenses)
  • C-506 Tabling of Treaties
  • C-507 Amend the Income Tax Act (child adoption expenses)
  • C-508 Hepatitis Awareness Month
  • C-509 Members of Parliament Superannuation
  • C-510 Family Farm Cost of Production Protection
  • C-511 Organ Donation
  • C-512 Terry Fox Day
  • C-513 Amend the Criminal Code (conditional sentencing)
  • C-514 Automotive Pollution Reduction
  • C-515 Medically Unnecessary Abortion Referendum
  • C-516 Amend the Criminal Code (consecutive sentence for use of firearm in commission of offence)
  • C-517 Prairie Grain Elevators
  • C-518 Amend the Income Tax Act (deduction of property taxes paid in respect of a principal residence)
  • C-519 Highway Tolls
  • C-520 Amend the Employment Insurance Act (employer's bankruptcy)