In the House of Commons on November 18th, 2002. See this statement in context.
Question No. 21Government Orders
November 18th, 2002 / 4:20 p.m.
Mr. Speaker, I am rising to speak about the public safety act, Bill C-17, which would replace Bill C-55 which died on the Order Paper when the government prorogued in September.
The bill would build on the government's anti-terrorism plan and the $7.7 billion commitment that we made in the budget 2001.
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