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House of Commons Hansard #148 of the 36th Parliament, 1st Session. (The original version is on Parliament's site.) The word of the day was farmers.

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5:25 p.m.

The Acting Speaker (Mr. McClelland)

It being 5.30 p.m., it is my duty to inform the House that proceedings on the motion have expired.

The House resumed from October 29 consideration of the motion that Bill C-55, an act respecting advertising services supplied by foreign periodical publishers, be read the second time and referred to a committee; and of the motion that the question be now put.

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5:25 p.m.

The Acting Speaker (Mr. McClelland)

It being 5.30 p.m., pursuant to order made on Thursday, October 29, 1998, the House will now proceed to the taking of the deferred recorded division on the previous question at the second reading stage of Bill C-55.

Call in the members.

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

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6 p.m.

The Speaker

I declare the motion carried. The next question is on the main motion.

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Liberal

Bob Kilger Liberal Stormont—Dundas, ON

Mr. Speaker, I propose that you seek unanimous consent that members who voted on the previous motion be recorded as having voted on the motion now before the House, with Liberal members voting yea.

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The Speaker

Is there agreement to proceed in such a fashion?

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Some hon. members

Agreed.

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Reform

Chuck Strahl Reform Fraser Valley, BC

Mr. Speaker, Reform Party members present will oppose this bill to the bitter end.

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Bloc

Stéphane Bergeron Bloc Verchères, QC

Mr. Speaker, members of the Bloc Quebecois are in favour of this motion.

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NDP

John Solomon NDP Regina—Lumsden—Lake Centre, SK

Mr. Speaker, members of the NDP present will vote yes on this matter.

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Progressive Conservative

André Harvey Progressive Conservative Chicoutimi, QC

Mr. Speaker, members of the Progressive Conservative Party are voting in favour of this motion.

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Independent

John Nunziata Independent York South—Weston, ON

Mr. Speaker, on behalf of the residents of York South—Weston I support the minister's bill.

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

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November 3rd, 1998 / 6 p.m.

The Speaker

I declare the motion carried.

(Bill read the second time and referred to a committee)

The House resumed from November 2 consideration of the motion that Bill C-54, an act to support and promote electronic commerce by protecting personal information that is collected, used or disclosed in certain circumstances, by providing for the use of electronic means to communicate or record information or transactions and by amending the Canada Evidence Act, the Statutory Instruments Act and the Statute Revision Act, be read the second time and referred to a committee; and of the motion that the question be now put.

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The Speaker

The House will now proceed to the taking of the deferred recorded division on the previous question at the second reading stage of Bill C-54.

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Liberal

Bob Kilger Liberal Stormont—Dundas, ON

Mr. Speaker, I think you will find unanimous consent that those members who voted on the previous motion be recorded as having voted on the motion now before the House, with Liberal members voting yes.

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The Speaker

Is there agreement to proceed in such a fashion?

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Some hon. members

Agreed.

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Reform

Chuck Strahl Reform Fraser Valley, BC

Mr. Speaker, Reform Party members present oppose this motion.

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Bloc

Stéphane Bergeron Bloc Verchères, QC

Mr. Speaker, the Bloc Quebecois is opposed to this motion.

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NDP

John Solomon NDP Regina—Lumsden—Lake Centre, SK

Mr. Speaker, NDP members present this evening vote no on this motion.

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6:05 p.m.

Progressive Conservative

André Harvey Progressive Conservative Chicoutimi, QC

Mr. Speaker, members of the Progressive Conservative Party vote no on this motion.

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6:05 p.m.

Independent

John Nunziata Independent York South—Weston, ON

Mr. Speaker, on behalf of the residents of York South—Weston, I vote against the government's attempt to invoke closure.

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6:05 p.m.

The Speaker

I declare the motion carried. The next question is on the main motion.

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Liberal

Bob Kilger Liberal Stormont—Dundas, ON

Mr. Speaker, I propose that you seek unanimous consent that members who voted on the previous motion be recorded as having voted on the motion now before the House, with Liberal members voting yea.