House of Commons Hansard #42 of the 35th Parliament, 1st Session. (The original version is on Parliament's site.) The word of the day was children.

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Interim Supply
Government Orders

March 22nd, 1994 / 5:50 p.m.

York Centre
Ontario

Liberal

Art Eggleton President of the Treasury Board and Minister responsible for Infrastructure

moved:

That this House do concur in Interim Supply as follows:

That a sum not exceeding $13,753,845.366.08 being composed of:

(1) three-twelfths ($9,553,789,266.75) of the total of the amounts of the items set forth in the Main Estimates for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1995, which were laid upon the Table on Thursday, Februry 24, 1994, and except for those items below:

(2) eleven-twelfths of the total of the amount of Transport Vote 40 (Schedule A) of the said Estimates, $2,725,250.00;

(3) nine-twelfths of the total of the amount of Treasury Board Vote 5 (Schedule B) of the said Estimates, $337,500,000.00;

(4) eight-twelfths of the total of the amounts of Canadian Heritage Vote 100, and Fisheries and Oceans Vote 10 (Schedule C) of the said Estimates, $59,154,666.67;

(5) seven-twelfths of the total of the amount of Human Resources Development Vote 45 (Schedule D) of the said Estimates, $1,414,583.33;

(6) six-twelfths of the total of the amounts of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Vote 15, and Human Resources Development Vote 5, and Indian Affairs and Northern Development Vote 10, and Industry Vote 45, and Justice Vote 5 (Schedule E) of the said Estimates, $72,580,000.00;

(7) five-twelfths of the total of the amounts of Canadian Heritage Vote 80, and Human Resources Development Vote 20, and Indian Affairs and Northern Development Votes 15 and 45, and Industry Vote 40, and Transport Vote 1 (Schedule F) of the said Estimates, $2,235,520,833.33;

(8) four-twelfths of the total of the amounts of Canadian Heritage Votes 45, 50, 65, 75 and 95, and Citizenship and Immigration Vote 15, and Health Vote 10, and Human Resources Development Vote 10, and Indian Affairs and Northern Development Votes L25, 30 and 35, and Industry Vote 100, and Justice Votes 1, 10 and 30, and Parliament Vote 1, and Public Works and Government Services Votes 20, 25 and 30, and Solicitor General Vote 5 (Schedule G) of the said Estimates, $1,491,160,766.00;

be granted to Her Majesty on account of the fiscal year ending March 31, 1995.

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Liberal

Alfonso Gagliano Saint-Léonard, QC

Mr. Speaker, I believe that you will find unanimous consent to apply the vote that we just took to the division on all other questions necessary to dispose of the business of supply and the bill based thereon.

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The Speaker

Is it agreed?

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Some hon. members

Agreed.

The House divided on the motion, which was agreed to on the following division:

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Liberal

Art Eggleton York Centre, ON

moved that Bill C-20, an act for granting to Her Majesty certain sums of money for the public service of Canada for the financial year ending March 31, 1995, be read the first time.

(Motion deemed adopted and bill read the first time.)

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Liberal

Art Eggleton York Centre, ON

moved that the bill be read the second time and referred to committee of the whole.

The House divided on the motion, which was agreed to on the following division:

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Liberal

Art Eggleton York Centre, ON

moved that the bill be concurred in.

The House divided on the motion, which was agreed to on the following division:

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Liberal

Art Eggleton York Centre, ON

moved that the bill be read the third time and passed.

The House divided on the motion, which was agreed to on the following division:

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The Speaker

Order, please. My colleagues, I want you to know that I was prepared to take all of these votes this afternoon. I practised for two hours before coming in. Too bad we cannot take all the votes. Until the next time.

It being 17.55 p.m. the House will now proceed to the consideration of Private Members' Business as listed on today's Order Paper.

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Bloc

Gaston Péloquin Brome—Missisquoi, QC

Madam Speaker, there have been discussions among parties and I now seek unanimous consent for the motion standing in my name, motion M-172, presently in ninth place on the order of priority of Private Members' Business, to be withdrawn. This motion is no longer relevant in light of recent developments in the business community.

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The Acting Speaker (Mrs. Maheu)

The House has heard the hon. member's request. Is there unanimous consent?

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Some hon. members

Agreed.

(Motion withdrawn.)

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Liberal

Guy Arseneault Restigouche—Chaleur, NB

Madam Speaker, seeing that under Private Members' Business one of the bills on the order of priority has been withdrawn and there normally are ten, I was wondering if I could seek unanimous consent of the House to allow my bill to take that spot on the priority list.

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The Acting Speaker (Mrs. Maheu)

The House has heard the request. Do we have unanimous consent?

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Some hon. members

Agreed.