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House of Commons Hansard #157 of the 35th Parliament, 2nd Session. (The original version is on Parliament's site.) The word of the day was ports.

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The Deputy Speaker

Is it the pleasure of the House to adopt the motion?

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Some hon. members

Agreed.

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Some hon. members

No.

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The Deputy Speaker

All those in favour of the motion will please say yea.

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Some hon. members

Yea.

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The Deputy Speaker

All those opposed will please say nay.

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Some hon. members

Nay.

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The Deputy Speaker

In my opinion the yeas have it.

And more than five members having risen:

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The Deputy Speaker

Call in the members.

And the bells having rung:

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The Deputy Speaker

The deputy whip has requested that we defer the vote for three minutes.

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Liberal

Marlene Catterall Liberal Ottawa West, ON

Mr. Speaker, shall we call it 5.30 p.m.?

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The Deputy Speaker

Is there unanimous consent to move the clock ahead three minutes?

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Some hon. members

Agreed.

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The Deputy Speaker

Call in the members.

The House resumed consideration of the motion that Bill C-44, an act 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, be read the third time and passed.

After the taking of the count:

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Reform

John Cummins Reform Delta, BC

Mr. Speaker, if I inadvertently voted in favour of the bill I would like to have my vote recorded as a no.

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The Deputy Speaker

Does the hon. member have the unanimous consent of the House to change his vote?

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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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The Deputy Speaker

I declare the motion carried.

(Motion agreed to, bill read the third time and passed.)

The House resumed from April 15 consideration of the motion that Bill C-55, an act to 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 Act, be read the third time and passed.

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Liberal

Bob Kilger Liberal Stormont—Dundas, ON

Mr. Speaker, you will find unanimous consent that the members who voted on the previous motion, and I would add the name of the hon. member for Brent, be recorded as having voted on the motion now before the House, with Liberal members voting yea.

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The Deputy Speaker

Is there unanimous consent?

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Some hon. members

Agreed.

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Bloc

René Laurin Bloc Joliette, QC

Mr. Speaker, since you did not mention it, I would ask you to confirm that we are indeed dealing with Bill C-55. Bloc Quebecois members will vote yes on this motion.