Mr. Speaker, tomorrow the House will debate Bill C-49, on transportation modernization, at second reading.
On Monday we will debate our changes to the Standing Orders. Following that debate, we will resume second reading debate on Bill C-51.
Tuesday the House will debate Bill S-3, on Indian registration, at report stage and third reading.
Following that debate, we hope to make progress on the following bills: Bill S-2, the bill respecting motor vehicle recalls, at second reading; Bill C-17, respecting the environmental assessment process in Yukon, at second reading; Bill C-25, on encouraging gender parity on the boards of federally regulated organizations; Bill C-36, the bill to give Statistics Canada greater independence; Bill C-48, the bill to impose a moratorium on oil tankers off the B.C. coast; and Bill C-34, the bill to reinstate sensible conditions for public service employment.