Mr. Speaker, I thank my hon. colleague for his cooperation.
Today we will conclude consideration of the business of supply for the present period.
Tomorrow we will start with Bill C-10, the civil law harmonization legislation. I believe that there is agreement to do this at all stages.
Then we will start on a list that will carry us into next week: report stage and second reading of Bill C-18, respecting Telefilm; reference to committee before second reading of Bill C-27, respecting food and drugs; second reading of Bill C-26, respecting border services; report stage and second reading of Bill C-15, respecting migratory birds; second reading of Bill C-29, respecting patent regulations; and of course, completion of business not finished this week.
My hon. colleague has also indicated cooperation on Bill C-20. I know that there are some ongoing discussions with respect to a quick completion of Bill C-20, the first nations fiscal bill. We would hopefully get to that before we adjourned.
On Monday evening there will be a take note debate on the problems in western Canada with pine beetles. Accordingly, I move:
That, pursuant to Standing Order 53.1, a take note debate on pine beetles take place on December 13, 2004.