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									218                    SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93
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Murray, P.C., Hon. Lowell, Leader of the Government in the Senate
  Aboriginal affairs
     Oka crisis, request for judicial inquiry into, 84, 123
       Independent inquiry, 84
Aboriginal peoples, replacement for Mr. Blakeney on Royal Commission, 3593
Address in reply to Speech from the Throne, 77-78, 196, 197, 198, 199, 338
  Adjournment, 2220
  Aeronautics amendment bill C-5, 1109
  Agriculture
Appointment of independent consultant to study methods of marketing Canadian
            barley in the United States, government position, 2350
Canadian beans, duty on export into U.S., duty-free importation of American
            wheat, government policy, 240
     Canadian durum wheat, decline in sales to Italy, 1665
     Canadian Wheat Board
  Criticism by United States farm leaders, government position, 2796
  Release of barley sales, Crow benefit, payment to landowners, government
            policy, 3402
     Cost of crop losses, federal-provincial apportionment, 2102
     Crisis for farm marketing board, inquiry, 1037
     Draft report on grain transportation, request for copy, 2282
     Farm loans, effect of debt service charges, 595
Farm support and adjustment measures, request for clarification of payment
            phases, 574
Federal support for grains sector, government position, 451, 477, 1014
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, status of negotiations concerning
            position of Canada on Article XI, request for update, 2349
     Government support programs, need for interim measure, 352
     Grain inspection and handling
       Effects of public service alliance strike, 334
  Grain inspectors and handlers, designation as essential services, 340
International grain subsidies, request for update on negotiations, 340
Possibility of marijuana grown under permit, government position, 2878
     Prairie crisis, inquiry, 2672, 2673, 2674-75
Prairie grain farmers, promise of "third line of defence" assistance, 3110,
            3151, 3152
     Prince Edward Island
  Effect of virus investigation on seed potato industry, government response,
            533
  Fixed link, location of construction headquarters, government position, 533
  Special payments to producers of grains and oil-seeds, government's position,
            351
Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick potato farmers, eradication of virus,
            request for update, 2060
Producers of grains and oilseeds, government subsidy, formula for payment, 1247
Reaction to possible failure of Canada to maintain position on Article XI,
            government position, 2350
Report of federal study on regulation of grains and oilseeds industry, request
            for copy, 2350
Request for audit of funds allocated to aboriginal farmers, government
            position, 3100
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     Resolution of dispute on European and U.S. grain subsidies
       Effects on international grain market, 2326
       Government position, 2262-63
Saskatchewan, request for immediate "third line of defence" assistance, 3152
       Status of response, 3277
Status of GATT negotiations, resolution of grain exports subsidy war, federal
            support for grains sector, request for updates, 532
Status of negotiations in Uruguay Round, effect of meeting of Group of Seven in
            Tokyo, 3748
     Sugar beet industry, proposed study, request for details, 341
Suspension of repayment of farm loans, government response, 595
     Timing of aid to western farmers, 452
U.S. export enhancement program, increase in funding, government position, 1954
Western grain crop, assessment of storm damage, government action, 2072-73,
            2101, 2102
Air industry, continued viability of Air Canada and Canadian Airlines
            International, request for status report, 1954
Airline industry, duplication of services, government position, 1956-57
Airport Transfer (Miscellaneous Matters) bill C-15, 336, 681, 762, 994-95, 1070
Airport Transfer (Miscellaneous Matters) amendment bill S-11, 1560, 1730
  Appropriation No. 2, 1991-92 bill C-24, 270
  Appropriation No. 3, 1991-92 bill C-47, 824, 840, 841-42
     House of Commons, 841
     Royal Assent, 841
  Appropriation No. 4, 1991-92 bill C-65, 1251-52
  Argue, P.C., the late Hon. Hazen, tributes, 410; 446
Armenia, request for humanitarian aid, government response, 2808
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, effect of lay-offs on Canadian research, 2972
  Bank bill C-19, 489
Barootes, Hon. Efstathios William, resignation from Senate, notice and
            tributes, 3237-38
  Bélisle, the late Hon. Rhéal, tribute, 2255
Borrowing authority bill, 1992-93 (No.2), use of Governor General's Special
            Warrants, 2816, 2817
  Bosnia-Herzegovina
Availability and source of additional Canadian peacekeeping troops, government
            position, 3181-82
Canadian participation in possible UN military initiative, government position,
            2877
International Court of Justice, judgement on alleged war crimes, government
            position, 3182
     Reliability of military equipment, 3075
Source of additional Canadian peacekeeping troops, government policy, 3152,
            3153
UN peacekeeping force, protection of Canadian troops, 3075, 3181
  British Columbia Grain Handling Operations bill C-25, 209
     Failure of mediation process, 209
     Prince Rupert situation, 210
  Budget
Cancellation of Science Council of Canada, status of study on sustainable
            agriculture, 1248
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Elimination of Economic Council of Canada, government position, 985
Elimination of Law Reform Commission, government position, 988
     Possible date of presentation, 2877
Social programs, elimination of principle of universality, government policy,
            1308
Statement of Minister of Finance, inquiry, 938, 1022-24, 1025, 1026
       Child benefits, 1023
       Economic growth, 1023
       Interest rates, 1023
       Investment, 1023
       Recession, 1022, 1023
       Tax credits, 1024
     Timing of tabling, request for information, 2767, 2768
Budget Implementation (government organizations) bill, 1992, defeat of bill,
            government position, 3547
  Budget, 1991
Cuts to grants and contributions, composition of review committee, request for
            answer, 240
  Budget, 1992
Relationship to past budgets, government position, 939-40, 1012
Status of boards and agencies affected by cuts, government position, 2894-95
Budget, 1993, Canada's international indebtedness, request for information,
            3075
  Budget Implementation 1991 bill C-20, 849
Budget Implementation (fiscal measures) 1992 bill C-76, 2992, 2995
     Sessional indemnity, 2992
Budget Implementation (government organizations), 1992 bill C-93, 3212, 3213,
            3368, 3377, 3378, 3406-07, 3408, 3437
     Appropriation process, 3406, 3407
     Separate votes, 3406, 3408
     Statutory funding, 3406
Budget Implementation (government organizations), 1992 bill C-93, m to divide
            bill into two bills, 3215-16
Business of the Senate, 199-200, 207, 208, 725, 937-38, 1240-41, 2158, 2159,
            2255, 2541, 2622, 2656, 3201, 3202
     Adjournment, 2482
     Answer to Order Paper question, inquiry, 1127
     Delay in responses to order paper questions, 597, 651
     Status of answers to oral questions, 2623
     Timetable for dealing with appropriation bill, 2908, 2909
     Timetable for dealing with legislation concerning NAFTA, 2920
     Transportation, Port of Vancouver lockout legislation, 181
  CBC, omission of New Brunswick from national programming, 1079
Canada Assistance Plan amendment bill C-32, 1020-21, 1128-30, 1224-25, 1236-39
Canada-China relations, status of Tibet, government response, 597
  Canada-France Fisheries and Boundaries Agreement
St.Pierre and Miquelon, status of arbitration on territorial seas, 534, 884,
            914
Canada-France relations, St. Pierre and Miquelon, status of boundary dispute,
            1416
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, National Housing amendment bill C-82,
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            1845
  Canada Pension Plan amendment bill C-57, 977-78, 981
  Canada Post
Deficit position, departmental use of private enterprise, government policy,
            1328-29
     Literacy of private enterprise mail carriers, 1080
     Prince Edward Island, processing of mail in Halifax, 718
  Canada-United States free trade
Canadian manufactured Honda Civic automobiles, dispute over North American
            content, 900
Measures to limit benefits of cross-border shopping, government policy, 880-81,
            899-900
  Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement
     American duty on live hogs, 478
     Canadian steel industry
       Charges of dumping, government position, 3592-93
       U.S. protectionism, government position, 1620-21, 1652
Effect of NAFTA on negotiation of trade subsidy definitions, 2350
Government sector purchases, request for clarification of content rules, 868
U.S. harassment of Canadian exports, government position, request for answer,
            2703
Canada-United States relations, meeting of Prime Minister and President, nature
            of agenda, 2766
  Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Delayed coverage of constitutional debate, responsibility to public, government
            position, request for answer, 1223
     Progressive Conservative leadership convention
       Absence of French language coverage of debates, 3017
       Live coverage of debates, 3019
  Canadian Environmental Assessment bill C-13, 1920
  Canadian human rights
Effect of sexual discrimination on eligibility for veterans' benefits, 743
     Possibility of amendments to Act, government policy, 742
Sexual orientation, proscribed ground of discriminationm effect on eligibility
            to serve in Canadian Forces, 743
  Canadian Human Rights amendment bill S-15, 2397-98, 3384
  Canadian Merchant Navy bill S-5, 338, 339, 364, 494
  Canadian National Railways
Nova Scotia, status of proposed sale of Truro-Sydney rail line, 2232
Possible closure of line between Truro and North Sydney, Nova Scotia, 335
  Canadian Pacific Railway
     Rerouting of western traffic through United States, 53
Canadian unity, statement by the Honourable Benoît Bouchard, government
            position, 596
Canadian Wheat Board, marketing of grain, government policy, 1079
Castonguay, Hon. Claude, resignation from the Senate, notice and tributes, 2373
Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation, downpayment reductions for first-time
            home buyers, use of RRSP funds for downpayments, status of
            programs, 2076
Child poverty, definition of poverty, clarification of government policy, 2815,
            2816
222                    SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93
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China-Canada relations, status of Tibet, government response, 597
  Christmas felicitations, 859
Christopher Columbus, 500th anniversary of discovery of America, 855
Civilian War Pensions and Allowances, War Veterans Allowance, Pension amendment
            bill C-84, 1758, 1759, 1766, 1768, 1769, 1770
  Communications
Access to information, availability of government polls, 2060-61
Access to reading materials, effect of government policy, 1157, 1600, 1601
     Future of Canadian magazine industry
       Government response, 2717-18
          Request for answer, 2795
          Request for information, 2878, 2895-96
       Interim report of task force, 3548
     Request for information, 2920-21
       Status of Task Force activities, 3077
Government advertising campaign, use of Canadian agencies, government policy,
            1379
     Nature and cost of government advertising campaign, 1378-79
  Communications Canada
Community radio for French-speaking people outside Quebec, 506
  Communications 125, national unity advertising campaign
     Extent of discussions, 2814
     Placement of contracts, 2806-07, 2813-14
  Consensus report on the Constitution, report tabled, 1950
Conservative Party leadership convention, attendance fees levied on ambassadors
            to Canada, government position, 3453
  Constitution
     Abolition of Senate, statement of minister, 1283
     Abstinence from criticism of government policy, 857
Adoption of New Brunswick resolution of amendment on linguistic duality, 2351,
            2352
     Advisability of national referendum, 1107
Amendment reflecting linguistic equality of New Brunswick, m, 2414, 2553-56
       Acadians, 2554, 2555
       Bill 88, 2554
       Group rights, 2555, 2556
       Individual rights, 2555, 2556
       Manitoba, 2555
       Minority language rights, 2556
Appointment of Senators following the failure of the Charlottetown Accord,
            2266, 2267
     Authority for contracts relating to referendum, 2288
     Beaudoin-Dobbie report
       Nature of advertisements, 1331-32
       Proposed reallocation of powers, 1332-33
  Relation to content of national referendum, government position, 1356-57
       Request for statements of ministers, 1442
       Statements by ministers, government position, 1328
       Statements of ministers, 1383
          Government response, 1703
          Status of response, 1889, 1890
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   223
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       Television advertising, accuracy of representations, 1356
     Charlottetown Accord
       Availability of legal texts
       Desirability and date of issuance, government position, 2171, 2172
          Position of Premier of New Brunswick, 2173-74
       Availability of legal texts for referendum, 2076
  Continuance of Supreme Court as highest court of appeal, 2233-34
  Definition of supply bill, refinement of definition in subsequent accord,
            government position, 2119
  Definitions of financial bills, relation to powers of Senate, 2119
       Draft legal texts, availability of French text, 2193
       Indian self-government, paramountcy of Indian laws
          Applicability to Métis population, 2180
          Availability of legal texts, 2179, 2180
  Possibility of administrative agreement with provinces, 2330, 2331
  Rules of elected Senate, statement by Senator Robertson, government position,
            2234
       Status and nature of text for referendum vote, 2116, 2117
Charlottetown Agreement, nature and timing of fine-tuning process, 1971
     Charlottetown Consensus Report, title of final text, 2193
     Consensus report
       Final text, 1958
  Official languages, differences between English and French texts, 2020, 2104
Correspondence between Prime Minister and Premier of Quebec, documents tabled,
            2169
     Cost and means of financing referendum, 2118, 2174, 2232
     Draft legal text tabled, 2182
     Enshrinement of Bill 88, 1047-48
Entitlement of all Canadians to vote in referendum, government position, 2074
Federal-provincial relations, responsibility for, government policy, 266
     French-speaking Canadians outside Quebec, 1048
Interpretation and significance of referendum results, government position,
            2073, 2074
     National referenda, change in government policy, 1304
     National referendum, government position, 650
Need for extension of time for reform agreement, inquiry, 2341-42
       Representation by population, 2341
       3-E Senate, 2341
"Our Future Together, An Agreement for Constitutional Renewal", highlights and
            summary of Charlottetown consensus report, 2172, 2173
Post-referendum discussions, continuation of constitutional negotiations, 2197-
            98
Post-referendum process, recall of Parliament, availability of witnesses to
            Senate, government position, 2175
Prince Edward Island, representation in Senate and House of Commons, 1957, 1958
Proposed constitutional package, government alternatives, 1305
Proposed new Senate, authenticity of premiers as spokesmen for regions,
            government position, 1956
     Purchase of media time and space, 2815
       Request for information, 2280
Reaction of provinces to federal government proposals, quality of news media
224                    SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93
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            coverage, government position, 574
     Referendum
       Method of reporting vote, effect of western preview, 2175
       "Yes" campaign, effect of Prime Minister's statements, 2176
     Referendum bill, 363
     Referendum debate, attack on Prime Minister, 2194-95
     Referendum question
  Effect of result on Canadian economy, statements by Prime Minister, 2231
  Effect of "Yes" vote on economy, statement of Prime Minister, government
            response, 2196
  Motion for concurrence in message from Commons, 1969, 1972-74, 1991, 1992,
            2003, 2008, 2023, 2050-55
          Aboriginal self-government, 1973
          Amending formula, 1973
          Canada clause, 1973
          Canada round, 1974
          Provincial representation, 1973
          Quebec, distinct society, 1973
          Referendum legislation, 1974
          Supply bills, 2023
          Supreme Court of Canada, 1973
  Notice of inquiry, leave denied to proceed later this day, 1952-53
       Request for copy of Treasury Board memo, 2120
  Statements of Prime Minister, government position, 2170, 2171
Request for tabling of correspondence between the Prime Minister and the
            Premier of Quebec, 2020-21, 2118
       Government position, 2021
Result of referendum vote, relation to economic record of government, 2118
     Senate reform, 1439
     Source of funds for referendum committee, 2105
Statement by the Minister of National Health and Welfare, 1284-86
     Status of conference, request for update, 1664
     Status of "notwithstanding clause", government policy, 3594
Supreme Court, disavowal by Indian nations, government position, 2234
Tabling of report of Special Joint Committee on a Renewed Canada, procedure and
            time requirements, government policy, 943-44
Constitutional conferences, accessibility to Francophones outside Quebec, 1106
  Contraventions bill C-46, 2113, 2123, 2124
     Provincial representation, 2123
  Cooperative Credit Association bill C-34, 489
  Copyright, status of proposed legislation, 1331, 1702
  Croll, P.C., the late Hon. David A., tribute, 175
  Cross-border shopping
     Collection of provincial sales taxes on imported goods, 680
Report of government announcement, request for clarification, 903
  Cuba, trade relations, government policy, 1382-83
  Customs and excise, tobacco tax, government position, 1381
  Cyprus
Consequences of possible withdrawal of Canadian troops, government position,
            2330
Timetable for withdrawal of Canadian peacekeeping troops, request for
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   225
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            information, 2420
Dai al-Mutlaq incorporation bill S-13, 2093-94, 2398, 2861, 2862, 2884, 2885,
            2887
  Dai al-Mutlaq, opposition to bill to incorporate, 2100
  Denis, P.C., the late Hon. Azellus, tribute, 327
Doody, Hon. William C., tributes to former Deputy Leader of Government, 482
Eastern Canada, highway construction, federal funding, government policy, 1220
  Economic Statement
Contract for the building of fixed link to Prince Edward Island, government
            position, 2288
Criticism in Auditor General's report of government contract hiring practices,
            government position, 2328, 2329
Curtailment of cuts relating to official languages program, government
            position, 2391
Expenditure controls, proposed salary freeze for public servants, 2287-88
Hiring of certain contract employees during referendum campaign, 2328
Limitation on numbers of contract employees in public service, government
            position, 2327
Proposal to have request for contract put out for tender, government position,
            2348
Proposed freeze on public service contracts, government position, 2347, 2348
Proposed restrictions on UI benefits, government position, 2290, 2291
  Economic Statement, inquiry, 2405-08, 2409
     Borrowing, 2406
     Deficit, 2405, 2409
     Free trade agreement, 2408
     Government spending, 2405
     International indebtedness, 2405, 2406, 2407
     International money markets, 2407
     Manufacturers Sales Tax, 2408, 2409
     OECD, 2405, 2407, 2408
     Ontario economy, 2407
     Standard and Poor's, quote, 2406
  Economy
"An Agenda for Prosperity", circulation of government pamphlet, 1580, 1581-82
     Bank of Canada rate, 3154
Bank of Canada, relation of rate to economic activity, 1788-89
     Below-capacity performance, government response, 2104, 2105
     Canadian dollar, valuation, government policy, 184
Convening of first ministers conference, government position, 2377-78
Cross-border shopping, effect on small business in Canada, need for change in
            policy, government response, 36
Curtailment of spending relating to official languages program, 2388-89
Cuts in cabinet and curtailing of Senate appointments, government position,
            2291
     Decline in bank rate, 2913
     Downward revision of economic forecasts, 1547-48
     Effect and timing of forthcoming budget, 914
Effect of government policies on business and employment, 779-80
Effect of government policy on child benefits, 1044-45, 1045-46, 1219
     Effect on employment, government policy, 1013-14
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     Effects of free trade, government forecasts, 881-82
     Effects of government policy, government position, 1354
     Effects of government policy, inquiry, 1341
     Ending of recession, government position, 2416-17
Failure of government to address economic ills, inquiry, 563, 564-66, 567
       Agriculture, 566
       Cash Flow Enhancement Program, 566
       Crop Drought Assistance Program, 566
       Farm Support and Adjustments Measures, 566
       GRIP, 566
       GST, 564, 565
       NISA, 566
       Patent drugs, 567
       Special Canadian Grains Program, 566
       Special Income Assistance Program, 566
       Western Grain Stabilization Program, 566
Federal-provincial arrangements, proposed shared-cost agreement, effect on
            referendum vote, 2103
Financial credibility of government, effect on position in world monetary
            markets, government options, 2195, 2196
First Ministers conference, Ontario economic analysis tabled, request for
            federal response, 1294
First Ministers meeting, attendance of Prime Minister, 1081, 1154
Government economic indicators, request for clarification, question of
            privilege, 1611
     Increasing rates of unemployment, government position, 2387
     Interest rates
       Further decrease in prime lending rate, 1665-66
       Government policy, 2075-76
       Government position, 940-41
International business machines, reduction of IBM's Canadian work force, 1416
       Request for answer, 1539
Meeting of first ministers and Quebec Minister of Finance, 855-57
     Mismanagement of monetary policy, inquiry, 1304, 2096
     Monetary policy of government, 2280, 2281
Municipalities, effect of federal freeze on grants in lieu of taxes, 2920
       Government policy, 2796-97
     Rate of unemployment, government response, 3109, 3110
Reconciliation of economic factors, request for clarification of statistics,
            1703
Regulation of credit card interest rates, government position, 942
     Reliability of government forecasting, 1439-41
     Request for prognosis of economic recovery, 1475-76
Request for reconciliation of economic indicators, 1615, 1616-17, 1618-20
Statement of Minister of Finance to IMF conference, government policy, 1594-95,
            1596
     Status of bankruptcy legislation, 1331
     Unemployment
  Bankruptcies and welfare, request for economic indicators, 1596, 1597
       Effect on consumer spending, 1789
     Valuation of Canadian dollar, government policy, 184
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  Education
     A Learning Culture, government policy, 39
Francophones in Saskatchewan, implementation of Supreme Court ruling,
            government position, 219
Implementation of government commitment to improve learning environment, 453
  Egypt, Canadian assistance to earthquake victims in Cairo, 2232
Elections Act, Lortie Committee recommendations, government position, 3745
  Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Suspension bill C-67, 1505-06
     Constitutionality, 1506
     Lortie Commission, 1506
     Redistribution, 1505, 1506
     Temporary suspension, 1505
  Employment
Acceleration of job creation process, government position, 1582
Effect of economic policies on rate of unemployment, government position, 1569
Effect of free trade agreement on rate of unemployment, request for tabling of
            report, 1582-83
     Summer employment for youth, government response, 1597-98
     Summer unemployment for youth, government response, 1569
     Youth unemployment, government position, 3076
  Employment and immigration
Citizens' Program, monitoring of foreign investments, government policy, 3453
       Request for answer, 3593
     Request for forecasted unemployment figures for 1993-94, 2377
  Employment Equity
     Date for review of Act, government policy, 108
Deadline for review of Act, establishment of special committee to undertake
            review, 53
  Energy
Federal assistance to western coal producers, status of sale to Ontario, 679
Levels of funding for conservation programs, request for answer, 1219
National Energy Program, notice of intent to ask questions, 1651
     Scotia Synfuels study, government position, 3182, 3276
     Status of petroleum industry, government policy, 1662, 1663
Energy and natural resources, unemployment in oil and gas industry, 1791-92
Energy, Mines and Resources, status of Hibernia project, government position,
            902
  Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation, 3639, 3640
  Environment
Celebration of National Forest Week, distribution of pine seedlings, 3199, 3200
Condition of tanker grounded off Shetland Islands, request for information,
            3099
Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, composition of Canadian delegation, 1538, 1549,
            1650-51
Great Whale project, effect of dams on greenhouse emissions, 507
Possible reactivation of disused rocket station for monitoring of ozone layer,
            900
Prince Edward Island, monitoring of pollution from sunken vessel, Irving Whale,
            government position, 3099, 3303, 3304
Proposed Assiniboine River Water Diversion Project, request for environmental
            assessment, qu, 3347
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Rafferty-Alameda dams project, status of federal advance to Saskatchewan, 1442
Estimates, 1993-94, social programs, renewalof seniors' initiative program,
            government policy, 2852
  European Economic Community
Agriculture, current status of supply-managed sector, government position, 2437
Visit of officials to Canada, topics for discussion, request for information,
            2436
  Excise Tax amendment bill S-14, 3336, 3337
Exporting, Importing, Manufacturing, Buying or Selling of or other Dealing with
            Certain Weapons bill C-6, 311
  External affairs
     Bosnia
  Threats to UN-designated safe haven, government position, 3474
  Threats to UN-designated safe havens, Somalia, UN protection of civilian
            populations, government position, 3549
Canada's participation in peacekeeping operation in Somalia, 2379-80
Departmental transfers of foreign service officers, government policy, 1121
Employment equity, gender impact of departmental transfers, 1121
France and Germany, proposal to form joint military troop, government position,
            505
La Francophonie, Paris conference, errors on presentation map of Canada
            concerning Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick, 650
Non-acceptance of ministerial responsibility in Al-Mashat case, government
            position, 2717
Peacekeeping in Banja Luka, Yugoslavia, demand for payment by Canada,
            government position, 2809
     Request for intercession in Lamont-Spencer case, 1666, 1756
Third Law of the Sea Conference, failure to ratify treaty, government position,
            1078-79
     Venue for Middle East talks, 596
Withdrawal of Canadian peacekeeping force from Cyprus, government position 2380
  External relations
Canada's foreign aid tied to record of human rights treatment, statement by
            Prime Minister, request for clarification, 478
Prime Minister's visit to South Africa, removal of sanctions, government
            policy, 30
Promotion of democracy in Hong Kong by Governor, government position, 2263,
            2264
Yukon, visit of Soviet Red Army Hockey Team, seizure of personal property by
            customs officer, 649
       Request for repayment of funds and for apology, 678
       Request for response, 678
  Farm credit corporation bill C-95, 2964
Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements and Federal Post-Secondary Education and
            Health Contributions bill C-60, 1387, 1396
Federal-Provincial relations, tradeoff of telecommunications jurisdiction for
            constitutional support, government position, 2060
  Federation of French-speaking and Acadian Communities, 1047
Felicitations to new Leader, Deputy Leader and Whip of Official Opposition,
            tributes to former Leader and Whip of Official Opposition, 374
  Finance, meeting of ministers
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     Nature of meeting, request for agenda, 678
     Request for agenda, 647
First Ministers Conference, request for adjustment of monetary policy
            respecting interest rates, government position, 868-71
First Ministers Conference in Toronto, construction of highways, government
            policy, 1247
  Fisheries
Atlantic Canada, funding for processing fish allocated to Third World, 39
British Columbia, allocation of salmon fishery, government policy, 3638-39
Canadian lobster, international awareness of Atlantic Canada, 3276
     Continental shelf
       Possible extension of jurisdiction, 1246
  Unilateral extension of jurisdiction beyond present limit, 912
Depletion of cod stocks, foreign overfishing, government policy, 1246
     Establishment of independent tribunal, 3639
European community, moratorium on fishing of Atlantic cod stocks, 1579
Exploitation of resources, possibility of talks between Canadians and
            Europeans, 1579-80
Fees charged to fishermen for monitoring catches, legality of, 55, 84
       Authority for monitoring fees, 84
          Advice of committee counsel, government position, 85
       Request for answer, 64
Foreign overfishing, depletion of northern cod stocks, effect of government
            policy, 911-12
Foreign overfishing of flounder and flatfish, government position, 1332
Foreign overfishing of northern cod, status of negotiations, 1383
Newfoundland and New Brunswick, difference in federal compensation programs,
            3277
Newfoundland fishing fleet, peaceful demonstration, international implications,
            1246-47
     Overfishing by giant trawlers, government position, 1579
     Overfishing on the west coast, 3640
     Status of standing committee, 914
Value of Senate report, importance of content, government position, 3745
  Fisheries and Oceans
     Canadian territorial waters, status of French claims, 1664
Decline of northern cod stocks, request for government report, 988
France, fishing rights in Canadian territorial waters, statement of minister on
            court decision, request for tabling of information, 1702
St. Pierre and Miquelon, status of negotiations with France, 679
  Foreign affairs
     Aid to Russia
       Immediate resumption of grain shipments, 2932
       Status of Canada's participation, 2906-07
       Status of participation of G-7 countries, 2917, 2918
Apology to Canada by Government of Japan, lack of financial compensation,
            government position, 85
     Assassination, possible involvement of policy, 3401
     Canada-China relations, government policy, 555
     Canadian aid to the Soviet Union, 335, 832
Canadian forces in Yugoslavia, participation in armed intervention, government
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            policy, 1889
Democratic reform, basis of economic relations, government position, 2918, 2919
Gandhi, the late Rajiv, former prime minister of India, tribute, 34
Initiative of NATO concerning Bosnia, request for information, 2521
     Lamont-Spencer case, request for action, 3402
Mexico, assassination of Cardinal Ocampo, effect on NAFTA negotiations, 3400
Proposed Canadian aid to Soviet Union and current constituent republics, 504
     Reestabishment of embassy in Beirut, 3746
Release of information by Russian authorities on 1983 downing of South Korean
            aircraft, 2282, 3182
Russia, shipment of grain through Port of Churchill, future of port, government
            position, 2918
Somalia, incidents between citizens and members of Canadian Forces, government
            position, 3746
South Africa, removal of Canadian sanctions, government policy, 240, 265
     Sri Lanka
       Human rights abuses, Canadian role, 901
  Possible impeachment of president, human rights abuses, effects of civil war,
            economic aid and development, Canadian role, 351, 455
     Status of Soviet Union
  Commonwealth of Republics, control of nuclear arsenal, government position,
            741
       Government policy, 717
     Ukraine, recognition of independence, government policy, 717
     Western Sahara, request for update, 1889
     Withdrawal of aid to Indonesia, government policy, 743-44
Yugoslavia, participation of Canada in proposed U.N. peacekeeping force, 680
Foreign Affairs, report of committee entitled "Macro-Economic Impact of the
            Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement", status of action on
            recommendations, government response, 3275
  Forestry
     Exclusion of Canadian lumber from EEC, 596, 610
     Plight of forest products industry, inquiry, 254
Possible removal of U.S. duty on Canadian lumber exports, 1357
  General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade
     Agriculture negotiations, request for update, 2234
     Agriculture, status of negotiations on Article XI, 2620
Article XI, clarification of Canada's position, meetings of heads of state,
            exclusion of Canada, 1076-77
     Current negotiations on Article XI
       Request for answer, 1456
       Request for update, 1245
Export enhancement subsidies, effect on Canadian producers of grains and oil
            seeds, 1245-46
     Geneva negotiations, effect of U.S. elections, 1329-30
     International grain market, status of negotiations, 3274
     Lack of support for retention of marketing boards, 868
     Meetings of heads of state, exclusion of Canada, 1108-09
     Ministerial delegation, request for progress report, 985-86
Negotiations on agricultural subsidies, request for update, 506
Possible accommodation for current Canadian marketing systems, government
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   231
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            position, 1568-69
Possible elimination of Article XI, impact on farming community, government
            position, 883
     Preservation of marketing boards, government position, 867-68
     Progress of Uruguay Round, inquiry, 2676-77, 2678
Protection of Article IX, apparent ambivalence in government activity, 1015
Resumption od negotiations, meeting between Prime Minister and farmers,
            government response, 912-14
     Status of negotiations, 2909
Status of negotiations on Article XI and export subsidy programs, 1406
  General election
     Date of dissolution, government position, 2765
     Intentions of Prime Minister, 2699
       Government response, 2765
     Number of days left in current term, 973
  Goods and services tax
Coalition Against Taxes on Books, report for meeting with Prime Minister, 83
Impact on Canadian poor, possible changes in regulations, government position,
            38
     Presentation of petitions, 898, 2906
     Revenue Canada, remission of collected taxes, 1665
Status of Liberal Party policy, rescission of tax on books, government
            position, 535
Government expenditures restraint, 1993 No.2, bill C-113, 3014, 3058
Government expenditures restraint bill, 1993 No.2, request for polling results,
            2921, 3002, 3003, 3018
Government, legislative program, use of closure, 3261-62
Government, record of governance, inquiry, 2160, 2161, 2162, 2163, 2164, 2165,
            2166
Haidasz, Hon. Stanley, tributes on 35th anniversary of entry to Parliament,
            1646-47
  Hatfield, P.C., the late Hon. Richard, tribute, 7
  Health and welfare
Alcohol on pregnant women, proper labelling of products containing alcohol,
            effect of, 335
"Brighter Futures" program, government funding for children at risk, 1415-16,
            1438
Davis Inlet, lack of sanitary facilities, government position, 2767
Drug patent protection legislation, denial of request by Manitoba Health
            Minister to appear before Commons commmittee, 2265
     Drug prices in Canada, 3020
     Drug prices in Canada, government position, 3000, 3001, 3002
     Medicare, extra billing, 31
     National health care system
       Elimination of, government policy, 266
       Future of, government position, 307
     Patented Medicine Prices Review Board
       Request for report, 3039
       Status of price-control guidelines, 3002
       Timing and content of report, 3040
Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association of Canada, proposed donation to
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            medical research, 3277
Restrictions in veterans drug plan, government response, 3015, 3016, 3017
Statement of minister on curtailment of social programs, government position,
            2325
  Immigration
     Determination of refugee status
       At point of entry, government policy, 30
       Backlog of cases, government policy, 29
Iraq, applicants from, fast-track treatment, government policy, 242
     Landed immigrant status, government policy, 17
     Phantom of the Opera, "fast-tracking" of leading actor, 108
Recommendation of Inter-Church Refugee Review Council, government position, 29
Refugee Board, suspension of officers, request for update, 1417
  Immigration amendment bill C-86, 2296, 2302, 2303, 2333, 2444
Income Tax, Canada Pension Plan, Cultural Property Export and Import, Income
            Tax Conventions Interpretation, Tax Court of Canada, Unemployment
            Insurance, Canada-Newfoundland Atlantic Accord Implementation,
            Canada-Nova     Scotia   Offshore   Petroleum    Resources    Accord
            Implementation amendment bill C-18, 817-18
Income Tax, Children's Special Allowances, Family Allowances amendment bill C-
            80, 2089, 2114, 2148, 2155-56, 2157, 2182, 2183, 2240, 2248-49,
            2250, 2251-52
     "Brighter Futures", 2252
     Child care program, 2252
     Child tax credit, 2252
     Family allowances, 2249
Maintenance of level of provincial welfare payments, 2188, 2189
Non-appearance before committee of Minister of National Health and Welfare,
            2188
     Redistribution of income, 2251
Use of closure in committee to curtail hearings, government response, 2184,
            2185
  Indian affairs
Agreement respecting negotiations on Métis self-government, request for
            information, 2878, 2896
Dene claims respecting lands covered by Nunavut agreement, government position,
            2280
Proposed First Nations Chartered Land Act, request for draft bill, 3018
Responsibility for social assistance to Indians in urban centres, government
            position, 1598-99
       Request for answers, 1702
  Insurance Companies bill C-28, 489
  Internal Economy, Budgets and Administration Committee reports
     24th, Agriculture and Forestry Committee budget, 1561
     49th, policy on harassment in the workplace, 3705, 3706-07
     50th, schedules to the policy on harassment, 3705, 3706-07
     51st, travel expenses, 3716-17
52nd, recommending cancellation of policy on travel expenses, 3733-34
  International relations
     Foreign exchange rates, effect of yen on Canadian dollar, 28
Japan, effect of trade surplus on trading partners, government policy, 1550
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   233
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Prime Minister's statement re French position on Japanese imports into Europe,
            government policy, 28
Prime Minister's visit to Hong Kong and Japan, continuation of most-favoured-
            nation treatment for China, 28
  International trade
CNR, purchases of U.S. locomotives, effect of United States "Buy America"
            policy, 1307-08
Impending visit of President Boris Yeltsin to United States, possibility of
            visit to Canada, government position, 1476-77
  Investment Canada
Request for information respecting foreign takeovers of new businesses, 16
  Justice
Cancellation of Court Challenges Program, government position, 1045, 1080,
            1107-08
       Request for answer, 1220
     Causes for rioting in Toronto, government position, 1416
Court Challenges Program, restoration of funding, government position, 1247
     Demise of Law Reform Commission, 1306-07
     Gun control, status of legislation, 54
     Increase in salaries of federally appointed judges, 1308
Jurisdiction for payment of legal aid fees, government policy, 350
Law officers, alleged use of excessive force, government position, 1404
     Proposed race relations institute, government position, 1405
Report on race relations in Ontario, government position, 1694
     Request for inquiry, 1404-05
Royal Canadian Mounted Police, status of report of Public Complaints
            Commission, 1789
Social unrest, proposed meeting of Prime Minister with big city mayors and
            federation of municipalities, 1438, 1504, 1561, 1957, 2061
       Government response, 1665
       Request for answer, 1538-39
     Young Offenders Act, request for amendments, 2327
  Labour
     Air industry, labour practices of Nationair Air Line, 1756
Prospect of settlement of strike at Giant Yellowknife Mine, government
            position, 2518
Strike at Port of Vancouver, federal mediation, government position, 2105
  La Francophonie
Paris conference, omission of Prince Edward Island from presentation map of
            Canada, 649
Leadership Convention, departmental and campaign expenditures, government
            position, 3364
  Leblanc, Hon. Fernand-E., tribute, 1906-07
  Lefebvre, the late Hon. Thomas, tribute, 2274
  Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee
     Report
       10th, Young Offenders amendment bill C-12, 1348-51
  Liberal Party, Quebec wing, constitutional resolution, 77
  Macdonald, Sen. John M., best wishes on recovery, 2258
  Macedonia
     Recognition of independence, 1357
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     Recognition of sovereignty, government position, 1329
Macquarrie, Hon. Heath, tributes on 35th anniversary of entry to Parliament,
            1646-47
  Marsden, Honourable Lorna
Felicitations on appointment as chancellor of Wilfrid Laurier University, 534
Tribute on appointment as President and Vice-Chancellor of Wilfrid Laurier
            University, 1948
  Martin, the late Right Honourable Paul, tribute, 1996-97
  McIlraith, the late Hon. George James, tribute, 1946
  Medicare
Cost of financing health care programs, government policy, 902
Possible introduction of user fees, removal of principle of universality,
            government policy, 3154
Members of the Senate and the House of Commons Conflict of Interest Bill
Subject-matter of bill C-43, m to appoint Special Committee, 676, 725-26
  Metropolitan Toronto
Designation as international banking centre, government position, 2797
     Unemployment, Economic Summit, government policy, 2797
     Utilization of volunteer food banks, government position, 781
Molson, Hon. Hartland de M., resignation from Senate, notice and tributes,
            3258, 3261-62
  Motor Vehicle Safety bill S-8, 1165, 1231, 2973
     Royal Recommendation, 1165, 1231
  Muir, Hon. Robert
     Best wishes on recovery, st, 2324
     Tributes on 35th anniversary of entry to Parliament, 1646-47
Mulroney, the Rt.Hon. Martin Brian, tributes on resignation as Leader of the
            Progressive Conservative Party of Canada, 2805
Multiculturalism and citizenship, request for establishment of royal commission
            of inquiry into racial discrimination, 1406
  National Capital Commission
Demolition of Daly Building, use of site for park, government policy, 1405
     Use of Daly Building site, 1416-17
  National defence
Advisory group on defence infrastructure, status of report, 1694
     Awarding of medals to veterans of Korean conflict, 678
Closure of bases, request for information, announcement of defence policy, 264
     Closure of military bases, government policy, 1702
Cost of military helicopters contract, government position, 2717, 2764
     Crash of Hercules aircraft en route to Alert, 649
Defence policies of Mr. Robert Hicks, M.P., government position, 264, 265
     Defence policy, status of, 35
Departmental expenditures, request for breakdown by province, 1405
     1st Canadian division, present status, 479, 611
     Headquarters, contract to review, 218
     National unity, role of Canadian Forces, 719
     Proposed cutbacks to department, 3200-01
Reduction of forces, acquisition of equipment, government policy, 2768
     Replacement of Victoria Cross, 504
       Request for response, 678
Report of investigation on crash of Hercules aircraft en route to Alert,
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   235
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            request for information, 2519, 2878
Report   of Task Force on Military History Museum Collections, government
            position, 2282
       Request for answer, 2519
National Film Board, reports of fraud and criminal charges, government
            position, 3401
  National finance
Bank of Canada, objectives of monetary policy, preservation of price stability,
            453
Closure of bases, financial aid to communities, government position, 241
     Continuance of monetary policy, government position, 778-79
Further reduction of interest rates, government position, 1569
Government requirements, progress of borrowing authority legislation, 1014
     Increase in deficit, government position, 1079
     Olympia and York debt crisis, 1124
Relation of interest rates to national debt service charges, 1358
  National health and welfare
     Patent drugs, premature approval for sale, 3131, 3132
     Social programs, history of daycare legislation, 1013
National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy bill C-72, 3331
  National unity, proposed referendum, government position, 1104
  Neiman, the hon. Joan, felicitations on return to chamber, 2910
  New Brunswick
Adoption of constitutional amendment on the principle of linguistic equality,
            government position, 2417
Adoption of constitutional resolution on principle of linguistic duality, 2328
Federal assistance for Trans-Canada highway construction, government position,
            2233
Federal-Provincial arrangements for highway construction, request for copy of
            agreement, 3078
Imposition of surtax on wood products, effect on business, 1048
     Official languages, government policy, 453
  Newfoundland
Government contributions to Marble Mountain area, request for clarification of
            answer, 455
10th anniversary of Ocean Ranger disaster, request for legislation, 914
New senators, introduction, 2901, 2952, 2967, 3302, 3317, 3391, 3444, 3494,
            3589
  Nichols, the late Marjorie, tributes, 861
  North American free trade
     Possible negative effect on employment, 941-42
     Status of negotiations, request for information, 866-67
  North American Free Trade Agreement
Access North America program for businesses, protection of displaced workers,
            2934
     Briefings for opposition members, government policy, 1106
     Briefings for Senators, government policy, 1107
     Dispute-settlement mechanisms, 3099
     Draft report
       Availability of text, government position, 1122-23, 1155-56
       Availability to Senate, 1124
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       Distribution of text, government position, 1221, 1249
       Document tabled, 1156
Draft text, vulnerability of Canadian industries to U.S. and Mexican interests,
            1119-20
Effect of free trade on employment, government position, 2178, 2179
     Effect of free trade on employment in Canada, 3641
Effect of side agreements on implementation, government position, 3365
     Effect on agricultural producers, 1156-57
     Impact on Canadian labour, 1123
Inclusion of Chapter 19 concerning binational panels, government position, 3498
Mexico, labour standards, relocation of Canadian plants, government policy,
            1120
     Nature and substance of parallel accords, 2930, 2931
     Necessity of election before finalizing agreement, 1154-55
     Parallel agreements, status of negotiations, 3098-99
     Patent protection for prescription drugs, 1122
     Progress of legislation, government position, 2929-30
Protection of farm marketing boards, government position, 1381-82
     Provision of adjustment assistance, government position, 1221
Relationship of present free trade agreement to proposed trilateral agreement,
            1222
Side agreements, inclusion of trade sanctions, government policy, 3640, 3641
Solicitation of Canadian business to relocate in Mexico, government position,
            2920
     Status of negotiations on side agreements, 3745-46
     Status of negotiations, timing of ratification, 1307
     Use of trade sanctions to enforce side agreements, 3400
North American Free Trade Agreement Implementation bill C-115, 3651-52, 3653,
            3654, 3665, 3666, 3667, 3688-90, 3691
     Auto Pact, 3651, 3652
     Automobile industry, 3652
     Side agreements, 3688, 3689, 3690
     Treaty rights, 3665
North Atlantic Assembly, Subcommittee of Verification and Technology, request
            to append report denied, 1303
North Atlantic Fisheries Organization, results of Halifax meetings, government
            response, 1539
  North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
Continued presence of Canadian Forces bases in Germany, government policy, 55
Effect of budget on Canadian contribution, government policy, 986-87
Proposed withdrawal of troops from Europe, government policy, 1476
Northumberland Strait Crossing bill, consideration of legislation in committee,
            government position, 3594
  Nova Scotia
Development of coal mine in Pictou County, federal loan guarantee, 2921
Development of Westray mine, participation of Prime Minister, appointment of
            Elmer MacKay as minister in charge of ACOA, 2177-78
     Pictou County
  Disaster at Westray coal mine, need for inquiry, government position, 1477-79
       Disaster at Westray coal mine, st, 1455
Reporting of the late Elvis Presley residing in that province, government
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            position, 871
     Westray coal mine disaster
       Appointment of commission of inquiry, 1539-40
       Basis of federal financial support, 1540-41
  Production of reports of independent consultants concerning safety, 1549-50
Westray mine disaster, judicial inquiry, constitutional jurisdiction, 2178
     Westray mine, government assistance, document tabled, 1610
       Nunavat, creation of new territory, 855
  Nova Scotia Courts amendment bill C-96, 2541, 2544
Nurgitz, Hon. Nathan, tributes on resignation from the Senate and appointment
            to Manitoba Court of Queen's Bench, 2789
  Official languages
     Bilingualism, position of government, 3549
Effect of statement by Mr. John Crispo, government position, 882
Privileges, Standing Rules and Orders, use of unilingual English document, 1158
  Official record, correction to Hansard, 2376
Olson, Hon. H.A., tributes on 35th anniversary of entry to Parliament, 1646-47
Order Paper questions, request for replies to written questions, 3637
  Parliament Hill
     Presence of metal barriers facing Parliament Buildings, 16
  Parliament of Canada
     Convening of conferences of both Houses, 1307
     "Open House" publication, significance for Senate, 1306
Patent Act amendment bill, 1992, Royal Assent process, government position,
            2765
Patent amendment bill C-91, 2454, 2455, 2456, 2460, 2472, 2473, 2624, 2635,
            2636-37, 2638, 2639, 2640, 2665, 2706, 2735-36, 2742, 2743, 2758
     Closure, 2735
     Lobbyists, 2472
     Patent protection, 2473
     Rules, 2636, 2637, 2638
  Patent amendment bill C-91, m to allocate time, 2714
  Penitentiaries
Request for review of government position on inquiry into incident at
            Saskatchewan penitentiary, 1703
  Pharmaceutical industry
Benefit to Canadian consumers from proposed drug patent legislation, government
            position, 2278, 2279
Changes to drugs patent legislation, government position, 2264-65
Chanelling of research funds to eastern and western Canada, government
            position, 2519-20
Comparison cost of drugs in United States and Canada, effect on medicare, 2326
Contributions by Pharmaceutical Manufacturers' Association of Canada to
            Conservative fundraising campaign, government position, 2325
Effect on medicare costs of proposed drug patent legislation, 2264-65
Increases in employment since Patent Act amendment, request for statistics,
            2279
Medical qualifications of Minister of International Trade, 2416
Participation of provinces in hearings of committee on Patent Act amendment
            bill, 1992, government position, 2520-21
Patent Act regulations, restrictions on generic drug companies, 3076, 3077
238                    SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93
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Reasons for proposed drug patent legislation, request for answer, 2277, 2278
Referral of Patent Act amentment bill, 1992 to Banking, Trade and Commerce
            Committee, government position, 2520
Refusal to permit Senate pre-study of proposed drug patent legislation, 2326
Report of Patented Medicine Prices Review Board reflecting increased drug
            prices and rollbacks, request for information, 2417, 2418, 2419
Request for balanced appointments to Review Board, 743
Phillips, Hon. Orville, tributes on 35th anniversary of entry to Parliament,
            1646-47
  Point of order, 944-45
Poitras, Hon. Jean-Marie, resignation from Senate, notice and tributes, 3237-38
Port Warden for Harbour of Quebec and Port Warden for Harbour of Montreal bill
            C-14, 336, 341
  Postal Services Continuation bill C-40, 507, 508-09, 511-12
     Bargaining, 508
     Collective agreements 509
     Conciliation board, 508
     Crown corporation, 511
     Labour relations, 508
     Mediator, 509
     Negotiations, 508
     Rotating strikes, 512
  Poverty in Canada
     Legitimacy of food banks, government position, 2416, 2419
Negative impact of social programs, government statistics, 2416
Redefinition of poverty levels, government policy, 3399, 3400, 3431, 3432
  Precincts of Parliament, safety in the workplace, 741
  Prince Edward Island
     Appointment of citizenship court judges, 3346
Commitment of federal government to building of fixed link, 2378, 2379
     Cuts to federal funding of juvenile justice services, 1382
Federal-provincial arrangement for highway construction, omission of P.E.I.,
            3153, 3154
     Fixed link
  Effect of increased traffic on highways, federal assistance, government
            policy, 3078
  Effect on operation of ferry service, government position, 556
  Environmental and fisheries concerns, government position, 2436, 2437
  Location of construction headquarters, government position, 612
  Public disclosure of contents of agreement, government position, 2437
       Request for status report, 3078
       Status of project, 1954, 1955, 2021
  Privileges, Standing Rules and Orders Committee rpeort
     3rd, 2922-23
Privy Council Office, increase in spending, government position, 780-82
Progressive Conservative Party, status of leadership convention, 2907
  Public Sector Compensation bill C-29, 385, 388, 398, 406
     Zero per cent raise, 385
Public Service Alliance of Canada, back-to-work legislation, attitude of
            Government, 335
Public Works, exclusion of maritime firms from construction of fixed link,
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   239
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            government position, 1248, 1381
  Quebec
Movement for sovereignty, support by Government of France, 3038, 3039
Transfer of ICAO staff from Montreal, effect on employment, 3182, 3183
  Question Period, 2391
Questions of privilege, 1374, 2772, 2773, 2774, 2775, 2776, 2777, 2778, 2779,
            2780, 2781, 2782, 2783, 2784
  Radio-Canada International
     Effect of cut-backs on tourism in Canada, 308
     Effects of cutbacks, funding for government advertising, 1380
  Referendum bill C-81, 1628-31, 1643-46, 1820, 1821, 1822-24
     Advertising, 1630
     Amending formula, 1629, 1643, 1823
     Broadcasting, 1630
     Canada Round, 1628, 1629
     Chief Electoral Officer, 1630, 1645
     Contribution limits, 1630
     Division of powers, 1643
     Expenses, 1630
     Lortie Commission, 1645
     Regional majorities, 1823, 1824
     Spending limits, 1630
     Triple-E Senate, 1644
  Renewed Canada, Special Joint Committee
     Appointment, m in amdt, 320
     Report, 1136-37, 2426
  Reproductive technologies, status of Royal Commission, 718
Republic of South Africa, national referendum, removal of trade embargo,
            government position, 1107
Residence of prime Minister, sale of furnishings, government position, 3746-47,
            3748
Revenue Canada, taxation of low-income earners, government position, 2060
  Roblin, P.C., Hon. Duff, tribute, 1724
Ross, Hon. James W., resignation from Senate, notice and tributes, 3237-38
  Royal Family
Change in status of heir to the throne, consultation on constitutional
            practice, government position, 2437
Formal announcement of separation of Prince and Princess of Wales, consultation
            with Canadian government, 2390
Royal Society of Canada, reference to 1883 edition of Hansard, correction, 1302
Riel, Louis, recognition of his unique and historic role as founder of Manitoba
            and contributor to development of Confederation, 1042-43
  Rules of the Senate, 104
     Application of new rules, 261
       Motion to rescind, 300
     Proposal for review by Rules Committee, 884
  St. Germain, P.C., Hon. Gerry, welcome to Senate, 3730
  Science and technology
Elimination of Science Council of Canada, effect on accessibility of
            information, 984
Federal support for triumf-kaon project, expression of appreciation, 352
240                    SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93
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     KAON project
       Canadian funding, government policy, 984
       Foreign funding, government policy, 1551
  Science policy
Amalgamation of Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council and Canada
            Council, 1306
Demise of Science Council of Canada, government response, 1306
  Selection Committee report
     2nd, membership of committees, 94
  Senate
     Adjournment
       Recall, possibility, 370, 476
     Appointment of new senator from British Columbia, 3702
     Appointment of new senators, 2518-19, 2519
     Appointment of new senators, number and timing, 3275
     Appointment of senators, 3003
     Business, 39, 199, 207, 334, 476, 498
       Postal dispute legislation, 476
       Transportation, Port of Vancouver lockout legislation, 181
     Delay in production of Debates, 1078, 2347
Deputy Leader of the Government, appointment of Hon. John Lynch-Staunton, 328
  Election of Speaker in elected Senate, government position, 1955
     Government business, 272
     Involvement in official events on Parliament Hill, 1504-05
Leader of the Government, distinction between role as Minister of the Crown and
            role as leader of caucus, 111
National Defence, establishment of Standing Senate Committee, 35
     Prorogation, effect on delayed answers to oral questions, 16
     Representation of western Canada, 1122
     Resignations and appointments of senators, st, 3270, 3271
     Request for answers, 741-42
     Responsibility of Leader of Government to answer question, 53
     Senators' statements, extension of time for, 328
     Status of "divisional" appointees, 2807
  Status of Government Leader and of Speaker, 2816
  Senate reform
     Minister's statement, government position, 1829
Motion to approve the principle of an elected Senate, 888, 889, 1566
       Confederation debates, 888
       Parliamentary system, 888
     Motion to approve the principle of an elected Speaker, 831
  Social affairs
Application of principle of universality, government position, 2102
Commitment to reducing illiteracy in Canada, government position, 2621
Renewal of seniors' initiative program, government policy, 2699
  Social Affairs, Science and Technology Committee
     Amendments to Bill C-86, government position, 2379
Authority to study subject-matter of Bill C-86, 1777-78, 1780-81
Consideration of Bill C-86, reason for refusal of Liberal Senators to
            participate, 2380
Somalia, humanitarian relief operations, inquiry, 2415, 2557-60, 2914
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     Canada's contribution, 2558
     Current situation, 2557
     Relief effort, 2557
     UN peacekeeping mission, 2558, 2559, 2560
  South Africa, removal of sanctions, government policy, 1357
  Special economic measures bill C-53, 1575-76, 1586, 1587, 1602
  Special Joint Committee on a Renewed Canada
     Progress of report, 1015
     Schedule of meetings, 506
     Status of report, 1031-32
     Standing Rules and Orders
     Preparation of new rules, process of consultation, 111
     Status of attendants at committee meeting, 109
Stone Consolidated Paper, resolution of conflict, government position, 1157-58
South Africa, removal of sanctions, government policy, 1329, 1382
Supply and services, withdrawal of federal participation in communication,
            Quebec's one-stop shop, 2701
Supreme Court of Canada, independence of judiciary, effect of salary freeze,
            government position, 2796
  Taxation
     Federal-provincial revenue sharing, government position, 1333
"Where your tax dollars go", number and distribution of government pamphlet,
            1354-55
  Teed, the late Hon. Nancy Clark, tribute, 2691
  Telecommunications bill C-62, 3481
  Telefilm Canada, proposed film on October crisis
     Action of Government Leader commended, 2715
     Exculpation of terrorists on French CBC radio, 3744
     Rate of return on investment, government position, 2852
Terrorism and public safety, recommendations of Special Senate Committee,
            request for progress report, 942
Thirty-fourth Parliament, possible prorogation of third session, 2878, 2879
Thunder Bay Grain Handling Operations bill C-37, 413, 414-15
     Export markets, 414
     Farm income, 414
     Farmers, 420, 421
     Mediator-arbitrator, 415
     Price of wheat, 414
     Strikes, 414
Tobacco sales to young persons bill, responsibility for remuneration of
            enforcement officers, government response, 2879
  Trans-Canada Highway
New Brunswick section, reconstruction, request for information, 308
  Transport
Air passenger transportation in Canada, government policy, 3018, 3019
Air safety, forwarding of personal baggage on airlines, government position,
            1569
Arrow air crash in Gander, Newfoundland, criminal investigation commenced by
            U.S. Federal Aviation Authority, government position, 1080
     Canadian airline industry
  Equivalent taxation situation to American industry, government position, 2289
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  Taxation situation, amendment to previous statement, 2291-92
     Dryden Inquiry
       Release of report, government response, 1217-18
       Tabling of report, 1219-20
Government intervention in the marketplace, government policy, 3019
     National airlines, government policy, 3041, 3042
National highways system, status of proposed highways program, 1407
Negotiations for sale of Montreal airports before adoption of Bill C-15,
            Airport Transfer (Miscellaneous Matters) bill, 915
     Port of Churchill, Manitoba
       Government policy, 1417
       Status of facilities, 914-15
Possibility of additional provincial guarantees for Canadian Airlines
            International Limited, government position, 2290
Possible control of Canadian Airlines International by American airline
            industry, government position, 2265, 2266
Proposed update and expansion of terminals at Pearson International Airport,
            government position, 2376
Shipment of Canadian grain through U.S. ports, government position, 535, 612
Trans-Canada Highway, reconstruction of New Brunswick section, 3040
Transport and Communications, Vancouver International Airport, legality of
            travel levy, 3744
  Transportation
     Port of Vancouver, lockout legislation, 183-84
Proposed layoffs by Canadian National Railways, government position, 2877
  Tremblay, Hon. Arthur, tribute, 1749-50
  Tributes to departing pages, 1885-86
  Trust and Loan Companies bill C-4, 489
  Turner, the late Hon. Charles, 2596
  Ukraine
     Recognition of independence, government policy, 648
Repayment of debts, precondition for recognition of independence, 649
Request for tabling of Canada-Soviet agreements and treaties, 648
Request for tabling of correspondence between Prime Minister and President of
            Ukraine, 648
Unemployment, failure of government ot address unemployment in Canada,
            particularly in Alberta, inquiry, 570, 571, 572
     Employment, 571
     Inflation, 571
  Unemployment insurance
     Proposed amendments, government position, 2699
     Proposed restrictions on UI benefits, government policy, 2518
Unemployment Insurance Program, depletion of funds for current year, government
            position, 1582
  United Nations
Allocation of UN funds for establishment of proposed war crimes tribunal, 3098
     Approval of U.S.-led force for Somalia, 2281
Canadian participation in intervention force to Somalia, request for
            information, 2329
Candidacy of Prime Minister for post of Secretary General, 450
Criticism of peacekeeping operations, government position, 2700
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   243
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     Emergency aid to Somalia
       Delay in delivery, 2176
       Method of delivery, government position, 2177
Establishment of proposed war crimes tribunal, government position, 3098
Peacekeeping in Yugoslavia, emergency aid in Somalia, comparison of Canadian
            contributions, government position, 2120
Peacekeeping operations, effect of demands on Canadian Forces, 2177
     Proposed war crimes tribunal, allocation of funds, 2908
     Rescission of resolution of Zionism, 857
     War crimes tribunal, government position, 2795
  van Roggen, the late Hon. George, tribute, 1625
  Veterans affairs
Disability pensions, War Veterans Allowance, Veterans Independence Program and
            veterans awards, number and nature of applications, 3595
Fiftieth anniversary of D-Day, Canada's preparations for commemoration, 3593,
            3594
Gulf War, Korean War, official recognition of Canadian veterans, 306
Korean War, service medal for Canadian veterans, posthumous decoration, 308
     Qualification of veterans for War Veterans Allowance, 917
Seventy-fifth anniversary of Vimy Ridge, status of merchant marine veterans
            legislation, 1331
     The Valour and the Horror
       Government response of committee report, 3153
       Point of order, 3155-56
       Selection of witnesses to appear before sub-committee, 1790
     Vimy, ceremony at Canadian memorial, 1220
  Violence against women in Canadian society, inquiry, 928-29
  Wage Claim Payment Act, Bankruptcy Act
Establishment of joint committee to consider wage claims arising from
            bankruptcies
       Government position, 2349
       Government response, 2381
  Waters, the late Hon. Stan, tribute, 370, 371
  Western Sahara
     Implementation of peace plan, request for update, 1664
     Implementation of proposed peace plan
  Canadian participation, request for update, 534, 742, 901, 1078
       Presence of Canadian troops, 534
World conservation, Wood Buffalo National Park, environmental effects of
            Bennett Dam, 1124
  Yugoslavia
Canadian initiatives to promote peace, government position, 596
     Canadian peacekeeping troops
       Establishment of communications system, 2922
  Equal standing for reservists and regulars, status of military equipment,
            2933
       Status of military equipment, 2908, 2909
     Owen-Vance proposal for peace, government position, 2808
Peacekeeping forces, exposure to unreasonable hazards, requirements for UN
            intervention, 2931, 2932
Possibility of military intervention by UN troops in Bosnia, government
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            position, 1598
Proposed peace plan, possibility of U.S. air strikes, government position, 3200
     Refugees seeking asylum in Canada, government position, 2281

National Capital Commission
Demolition of Daly Building, use of site for park, government policy, 1405,
            1527
  Use of Daly Building site, 1416-17

National day of remembrance bill C-202. 1r, 444; 2r, 462-67; 3r, 467; r.a.,
            chap. 36, 1991, 526
  Aboriginal women, 464
  Domestic violence, 463
  Inequality, 463
  L'Ecole Polytechnique, Montreal, 463-64, 465
  Male violence, 465
  Rape shield law, 464-65
  Sexual assault, 463
  Sexual harassment, 462, 464
  The War Against Women, quote, 465
  Violence against women, 462, 464, 465
  Speakers: Senators
     Fairbairn, Joyce, 463-65
     Frith, Royce, 465-67
     Molgat, Gildas L., 467
     Spivak, Mira, 462-63

National defence
Advisory group on defence infrastructure, status of report, 1694
  Awarding of medals to veterans of Korean conflict, 678, 745-46
Closure of bases, request for information, announcement of defence policy, 264
  Closure of Cornwallis base, senator's statement, 274
  Closure of military bases, government policy, 1702, 1960
Cost of military helicopters contract, foreign submarines, government position,
            2716-17, 2764, 2798, 2799
  Crash of Hercules aircraft en route to Alert, 649, 832
Defence policies of Mr. Robert Hicks, M.P., government position, 264
  Defence policy
     Relation to External Affairs policy, 35
     Status of, 34
Departmental expenditures, request for breakdown by province, 1405, 1480
  1st Canadian division, present status, 478
  Headquarters, contract to review, 218, 353
  National unity, role of Canadian Armed Forces, 718-19, 872
  Proposed cutbacks to department, qu, 3200-01
Reduction of forces, acquisition of equipment, government policy, 2768
Re-establishment of Canadian officer training corps in universities, tabled,
            356
  Replacement of Victoria Cross, 504, 679
     Request for response, 678
Report of investigation on crash of Hercules aircraft en route to Alert,
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   245
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            request for information, 2519, 2623, 2878, 2912
Report   ofTask Force on Military History Museum Collections,          government
            position, 2282, 2612
    Request for answer, 2519
  Request for review of Act, 1659

National defence bill C-77. 1r, 1437; 2r, 1464-65, 1555-56; ref to com, 1556-
            57; rep without amdt, 1567, 3r, 1589; r.a., chap. 16, 1992, 1623
  Capital punishment, 1556
  Courts martial, 1464, 1556
  Military code of service discipline, 1556
  Military courts, 1464
  Military justice system, 1464
  Speaker: Senators
     Molgat, Gildas L., 1556
     Neiman, Joan, 1556
     Phillips, Orville, 1464, 1556

National Defence, Special Committee of the Senate
  Report
Expenses incurred during 2nd Session, 34th Parliament, tabled, 1578
       See Journals of the Senate

National Defence television commercials concerning "Keep the Peace", tabled,
            2809

National Energy Board amendment bill C-2. 1r, 280; 2r, 281-83;ref to Committee
            of the Whole, 283; considered in Committee of the Whole, Hon. Rhéal
            Bélisle in the Chair, Hon. Jake Epp, taking part in the debate,
            291-96; rep without amdt, 296; 3r, 309; r.a., chap. 27, 1991, 325
  Application of "Workforce Adjustment Policy", 292
  Cost of relocating, 292
  Energy costs, 295
  French language components, 292
  Guaranteed home-sale plan, 293
  Impact on employees, 282
  Points relating to those staying, 294
  Proximity to heart of industry, 282
  Relocation to Calgary, 281, 292
  Return trip option, 293
  Symbolic value of move, 282
  TransCanada Pipeline, 293
  Speakers: Senators
     Carney, Pat, 281-82
     Fairbairn, Joyce, 282
       and in Committee of the Whole
Epp, Hon. Jake, Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources, 291-93, 294-96

National Film Board
  Composition of Board of Directors, tabled, 3498
Reports of fraud and criminal charges, government position, qu, 3401
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National finance
Bank of Canada, objectives of monetary policy, preservation of price stability,
            453, 536
Closure of bases, financial aid to communities, government position, 241, 355
  Continuance of monetary policy, government position, 778-79
Effect of transfer payment cuts on Atlantic provinces, senator's statement, 448
  Further reduction of interest rates, government position, 1569
Government requirements, progress of borrowing authority legislation, 1014
  Increase in deficit, government position, 1079
  Olympia and York debt crisis, 1124
     Government loan guarantees, 1124
Relation of interest rates to national debt service charges, 1357-58
  The "Big Lie", inquiry, 1806, 1944

National Finance, Standing Senate Committee
  Authority to engage personnel, 218, 503
  Authority to meet during sittings of the Senate, 2062, 2495
Authority to study auditing practices of National Film Board, 3452, 3728
  Authority to study Estimates, 1991-92, 108, 207
  Authority to study Estimates, 1992-93, 975
  Estimates referred to committee
     Year ending Mar.31/92, 207, 239, 268
       Supplementary (A), 99, 225
       Supplementary (B), 593, 612
       Supplementary (C), 042-43
     Year ending Mar.31/93, 973, 1660, 1698
       Supplementary (A) and (B), 2259
     Year ending Mar.31/94, 2813
  Membership, 63, 448
  Notice of committee meeting, 846
  Reports
     1st, Estimates, 1991-92, Supplementary (A), 107, adopted, 225
       Agriculture expenditiure items, 225
       See appendix p. 169
     2nd, Estimates, 1991-92, 239, adopted, 268
       See appendix p. 256
3rd, expenses incurred during 2nd Session, 34th Parliament, 330
     4th, Estimates 1991-92, Supplementary (B), 674, 747
     5th, Budget Implementation, 1991 bill C-20, 848
     6th, Canada Assistance Plan amendment bill C-32, 1102
     7th, Estimates, 1991-92, 1117-18, 1175-76, adopted, 1231-32
       See appendix p. 1145
8th, Estimates, 1991-92, Supplementary (C), 1153, 1178, 1232-33, adopted, 1251
       Department of Agriculture, 1232
       Freeze on expenditures and hiring, 1232
       See appendix p. 1183
     9th, Borrowing Authority, 1992-93 bill C-61, 1325
     10th, Debt Servicing and Reduction Account bill C-21, 1613-14
     11th, Spending Control bill C-56, 1614
     12th, Estimates, 1992-93, 1660, adopted, 1698
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   247
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       See appendix p. 1678
13th, Pensions, Special Retirement Arrangements and Pension Benefits Division
            bill C-55, without amdt but with observations, 2070-71
14th, Estimates, 1992-93, Supplementary (A) and (B), 2413-14, adopted, 2437-39
     15th, Estimates 1992-93, 2556, 2592
     16th, Public Service Reform bill C-26, 2556
17th, Certain corporations, bill to dissolve or terminate, bill C-63, 2556-57
     18th, Borrowing Authority, 1992-93 (No.2) bill C-98, 2811
19th, Budget implementation (fiscal measures) 1992 amendment bill C-76, 2927
     20th, Estimates, 1992-93, Supplementary (C), adopted, 2953-54
     21st, Appropriation No. 1, 1993-94, bill C-120, 2970
22nd, Government expenditures restraint, 1993 No.2, bill C-113, 3014
     23rd, Canada Post Corporation amendment bill C-73, 3130
     24th, Borrowing Authority, 1993-94 bill C-117, 3202
25th, Budget implementation (government organizations) 1992 bill C-93, 3271
     26th, Estimates 1993-94, Supplementary (A), adopted, 3395-96
     27th, Estimates 1993-94, adopted, 3393-95

National health and welfare
  Patent drugs, premature approval for sale, qu, 3131-32, 3248
  Social programs, history of daycare legislation, 1012-13

National Hockey League
  Impending players' strike, 1302-03

National Kazoo Day, st, 2679

National objectives, 77

National organizations, heads and terms of service, 1082

National Parks amendment bill C-59. 1r, 1661; 2r, 1716-18, 1781-82; ref to com,
            1782; rep without amdt, 1785; 3r, 1785; r.a., chap. 23, 1992, 1805
  Aboriginal peoples, 1716
  Cree land claim settlement, 1716, 1781
  Haida, 1717, 1718, 1781, 1782
  Park reserve, 1781
  Peace Point, 1716
  South Moresby, 1717
  Wildlife Advisory Board, 1716
  Wood Buffalo National Park, 1716
  Speakers: Senators
     Berntson, Eric, 1716-18
     Marchand, Len, 1781-82, 1785

National Public Service Week bill C-328. 1r, 1456; 2r, 1512-13,1534-35; ref to
            com, 1535; rep without amdt, 1546; 3r, 1563; r.a., chap. 15, 1992,
            1623
     Canada's Pubic Sector, A Graphic Overview, quote, 1513
     Role of federal government, 1534
     Value of work, 1534
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  Speakers: Senators
    DeWare, Mabel, 1534-35
    Frith, Royce, 1512-13

National reconciliation, 129

National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy bill C-72. 1r, 3244;
            2r, 3277-78, 3331, 3433; ref to com, 3433; re; rp without amdt but
            with observations, 3445; 3r, 3474; r.a., chap. 31, 1993, 3708
  Bruntland Commission, 3278
  Membership, 3278
  Sustainable development, 3277, 3278
  Speakers: Senators
     Frith, Royce, 3331
     Hays, Dan, 3433
     Murray, Lowell, 3331
     Ottenheimer, Gerald, 3277-78

National unity, 2, 19, 23, 32, 46, 50

National Unity
  Proposed referendum, government position, 1104
  See also Renewed Canada, Special Joint Committee

National will, 51

Neiman, Hon. Joan
Budget Implementation (government organizations), 1992 bill C-93, 3437
  Child Day bill C-371, 3185-86
     Poverty, 3185, 3186
Civilian War Pensions and Allowances, War Veterans Allowance, Pension amendment
            bill C-84, 1709, 1767
Criminal Code, Crown Liability and Proceedings, Radiocommunication amendment
            bill C-109, 3279-80, 3598-99
     "Agent of the state", 3598
     Cellular phones, 3279, 3280
     Electronic surveillance, 3279
     Privacy, 3279, 3280
     "Private communication", definition, 3598
     Scanners, 3280
Criminal Code (sexual assault) amendment bill C-49, 1801-02, 1921-22
     Consent, 1801, 1802
     Degrees of culpability, 1921
     Intoxication, 1921
     Rape shield provision, 1802
     Right to defence, 1801
     Sexual history, 1801
  Felicitations on return to chamber, 2910
  Internal Economy, Budgets and Administration Committee reports
     49th, policy on harassment in the workplace, 3705
     50th, schedules to the policy on harassment, 3705
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   249
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Justice, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, status of report of Public Complaints
            Commission, qu, 1789, 1972
  Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee report
     28th, Miscellaneous Statute Law Amendment Act, 3121-22
  National Defence bill C-77, 1556
     Courts martial, 1556
     Military code of service discipline, 1556
  Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) bill C-9, 290
United Nations, forty-seventh anniversary of adoption of universal declaration
            of human rights, inquiry, 699
  Veterans affairs, m for Book of Remembrance, 1535
     Merchant seamen, 1535
  Young Offenders amendment bill C-12, 1397-98
     Adult court, 1398
     Rehabilitation, 1398
     Sentencing, 1398

New Brunswick
Adoption of constitutional amendment on the principle of linguistic equality,
            government position, 2417
Adoption of constitutional resolution on principle of linguistic duality, 2328
  Effects of economic crisis in border areas, 219
Federal-Provincial arrangements for highway construction, request for copy of
            agreement, qu, 3078, 3133
Imposition of surtax on wood products, effect on business, 1048, 1333
  Official languages, government policy, 452
  See also Trans-Canada Highway

New Brunswick Botanical Gardens, official opening, st, 3542

Newfoundland
Government contributions to Marble Mountain area, request for clarification of
             answer, 455, 536
  Liberal victory in provincial election, st, 3130, 3148
  Proposed federal government building in Cornerbrook, 859
  Reconstruction of the wharf in Rocky Harbour, tabled, 2913
10th anniversary of Ocean Ranger disaster, request for legislation, 914, 1050

Newfoundland and Labrador
  Funding for social housing, 989

New Senators, introduction, 3317, 3391-92, 3494, 3589, 3728

Nichols, the late Marjorie
  Tributes, 861-62

Nicholson, Rob, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Justice and Attorney
            General of Canada
Nova Scotia Courts amendment bill C-96, considered in Committee of the Whole,
            2541-44
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Nolin, Hon. Pierre Claude (introduced in the Senate June 21/93), 3589

Nonpartisanship, 129

North American free trade
  Possible negative effect on employment, 941
  Status of negotiations, request for information, 866-67

North American Free Trade Agreement
Access North America program for businesses, protection of displaced workers,
            qu, 2933-34
Briefings for opposition members, government policy, 1106, 1249-50
  Briefings for Senators, government policy, 1106-07, 1250
  Dispute-settlement mechanisms, qu, 3099
  Draft report
Availability of text, government position, 1122-23, 1155-56, 1250
     Availability to Senate, 1123-24
Distribution of text, government position, 1216, 1221, 1248-49
     Document tabled, 1156
Draft text, vulnerability of Canadian industries to U.S. and Mexican interests,
            1119-20, 1457
Effect of free trade on employment, government position, 2178-79, 2199
  Effect of free trade on employment in Canada, 3641
Effect of side agreements on implementation, government position, qu, 3364-65
  Effect on agricultural producers, 1156-57
Foreign Affairs Committee authorized to hear evidence and to examine and report
            on negotiations, 555, 586
  Impact on Canadian labour, 1123
Inclusion of Chapter 19 concerning binational panels, government position, qu,
            3498, 3531, 3551-52
Macro-economic impact of the Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement, Report
            of Standing Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs, tabled, 2697
Mexico, labour standards, relocation of Canadian plants, government policy,
            1120-21
  Nature and substance of parallel accords, 2930-31
  Necessity of election before finalizing agreement, 1154-55
  Parallel agreements, status of negotiations, qu, 3098-99
  Patent protection for prescription drugs, 1122
  Progress of legislation, government position, 2929-30
Protection of farm marketing boards, government position, 1381-82
  Provision of adjustment assistance, government position, 1221
Relationship of present free trade agreement to proposed trilateral agreement,
            1221-22
Side agreements, inclusion of trade sanctions, government policy, 3640-41
Solicitation of Canadian business to relocate in Mexico, government position,
            2920, 3080
  Status of negotiations on side agreements, qu, 3745-46
  Status of negotiations, timing of ratification, 1307
  Use of trade sanctions to enforce side agreements, qu, 3400

North American Free Trade Agreement implementation bill C-115, Foreign Affairs
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   251
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            Committee, authority to study subject-matter, 3073, on div, 3100-02
  Report on subject-matter, 3396-97

North American Free Trade Agreement Implementation bill C-115. 1r, 3301; 2r,
            3310-13, 3319-30, 3349-52, 3379-80, on div; ref to com, 3380; rep
            without amdt, 3445; 3r, 3483-89, 3504-09, m in amdt (MacEachen),
            3531-35; div deferred, 3552-54; m in amdt (Stewart), 3554-58; div
            deferred, 3558; m in amdt (Stollery), 3559-61; div deferred, 3561;
            3r (con't), 3599-609; m in amdt (Haidasz), 3609-10; div deferred,
            3609-10; 3r (con't), 3610-15; 3628; m in amdt (MacEachen) neg on
            div, 3629; m in amdt (Stewart) neg on div, 3629-30; m in amdt
            (Stollery), 3630-32; neg on div, 3632-33; m in amdt (Haidasz),
            3633; neg on div, 3633-34; 3r (con't), 3643-45; m in amdt (Bosa),
            3645-54; neg on div, 3654-55; m in amdt (Gigantès), 3657-64; neg on
            div, 3664; m in amdt (Marchand), 3665-66; neg on div, 3666-67;
            point of order, 3667; m in amdt (Graham), 3667-70; neg on div,
            3670; m in amdt (Grafstein), 3671-75; neg on div, 3676; m in amdt
            (Frith), 3676-77, 3688-95; neg on div, 3695-96; 3r, on div, 3696;
            r.a., chap. 44, 1993, 3709
  American economy, 3321
  American truck drivers, 3633
  Anti-dumping, 3554
  Atlantic Canada, 3612
  Auto Pact, 3643, 3644, 3645, 3646, 3647, 3649, 3651, 3652, 3654
  Automobile industry, 3324, 3646, 3647, 3652
  Automobile sector, 3312
  Barrier-free access to Mexico, 3505
Binational panels, 3554, 3555, 3556, 3557, 3558, 3631, 3650, 3651, 3661, 3662
  Budgetary deficit, 3329
  Canadian dollar, 3330
  Canadian economy, 3321
  Careers for youth, 3485
  Coming into force, 3630
  Cost of labour in Mexico, 3603
  Countervailing duty laws, 3554
  Current account deficit, 3329, 3330
  Direct investment, 3311
  Dispute-settlement procedures, 3312
  Energy, 3661, 3662
  Energy exports, 3658
  Energy resources, 3660
  Enforcement, 3327
  Environment, 3313
  Financial services, 3312
  Forest products industry, 3484
  FTA, 3504
  Government procurement rules, 3312
  Grain and cereal farmers, 3484
Human rights, 3485, 3486, 3487, 3488, 3489, 3560, 3610, 3611, 3669, 3672, 3673,
            3674, 3675
  Illegal immigration, 3326
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  Import licensing, 3505
  Income per capita, 3319, 3349, 3351
  Intellectual property, 3312
  Jobs, 3321
  Labour standards, 3560
  Land transportation, 3312
  Manitoba, 3484
  Mexican government procurement contracts, 3505
  Mexican laws, 3506
  Mexican population, 3325
  Mexico, 3312, 3313, 3319, 3532
  Oil, 3320
  Ontario, 3646, 3647
  Panel system, 3534, 3535, 3605, 3606
  Politics, 3350
  Poverty, 3350
Side agreements, 3327, 3328, 3532, 3630, 3631, 3632, 3688, 3689, 3690
  "Subsidy", definition, 3600
  Tariffs, 3312
  Telecommunications, 3312
  Textiles and apparel, 3505
  Trade liberalization, 3484
  Trade sanctions, 3328, 3631
  Trade with Mexico, 3311, 3312
  Trading rules, 3600
  Transportation and agricultural equipment makers, 3484
  Treaty rights, 3665
  Unions, 3560
  Wages, 3351, 3602, 3603
  Wages in Mexico, 3322, 3323, 3324
  Water, 3656, 3661, 3662, 3663
  Speakers: Senators
     Andreychuk, Raynell, 3558, 3559, 3610-12
     Bolduc, Roch, 3601-05, 3606, 3653-54
     Bosa, Peter, 3615, 3634, 3643-45, 3651, 3654
     Buchanan, John, 3612-13, 3614, 3615
     Di Nino, Consiglio, 3488
     Everett, Douglas, 3329-30, 3351, 3352
     Frith, Royce, 3380, 3554, 3555, 3667, 3676-77
     Ghitter, Ron, 3485-87, 3488, 3489
     Gigantès, Philippe, 3653, 3655-57, 3662-63, 3675
     Grafstein, Jerahmiel, 3671-73, 3674, 3688
     Graham, Alasdair, 3667-70
     Haidasz, Stanley, 3607-09, 3614, 3615, 3633, 3651
     Hébert, Jacques, 3554, 3664
     Kelleher, James, 3504-06
     Kelly, William, 3553, 3554, 3628, 3632, 3664, 3667, 3676
     Keon, Wilbert, 3669, 3692
     Kinsella, Noël, 3488, 3667, 3673-74, 3675
     Lawson, Edward, 3506-09, 3633
Lynch-Staunton, John, 3310-13, 3379, 3380, 3535, 3553, 3554, 3559, 3628, 3634,
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            3650, 3659, 3661, 3662, 3663, 3677, 3686
MacEachen, Allan, 3319-25, 3531-35, 3557-58, 3646-49, 3658-59, 3660-61, 3689-92
     Marchand, Len, 3665
Molgat, Gildas, 3552-53, 3554, 3558, 3628, 3629, 3632, 3633, 3634, 3664, 3665,
            3666, 3667, 3676, 3677, 3686
Murray, Lowell, 3651-52, 3653, 3654, 3665, 3666, 3667, 3686-88, 3689
     Stanbury, Richard, 3599-601
Stewart, John, 3325-28, 3379-80, 3487, 3488, 3554-57, 3558, 3605-07, 3611,
            3613, 3614, 3615, 3630-32, 3649-51, 3652, 3653, 3661-62, 3674, 3675
     Stollery, Peter, 3349-52, 3559-60
     Stratton, Terrance, 3483-85
     Thériault, Norbert, 3663

North American Free Trade Agreement, implications of Canada's entry, inquiry,
            2763

North American Free Trade Agreement, potential consequences to Canada, inquiry,
            2681

North Atlantic Assembly
Science and Technology Committee, report of subcommittee tabled and printed as
            appendix
     See appendix p. 956
  Subcommittee on Verification and Technology
     Report tabled, 1244
     Request to append report denied, 1303

North Atlantic Assembly, annual meeting held in Madrid, from October 17 to 22,
            1991, inquiry, 611, 667-70
  Eastern Europe, 669
  GATT, 669, 670
  Poland, 669
  Ukraine, 668
  U.S.S.R., 668, 669
  Speaker: Senator
     Roblin, Duff, 667-70

North Atlantic Assembly, meetings of Economic Committee and Inter-Parliamentary
            Conference on European Security, inquiry, 938, 1038-40
  Collective security, 1040
  Council of Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE), 1039
  NATO and North Atlantic Assembly, relationship, 1040
  Speakers: Senators
     Molgat, Gildas, 1040
     Roblin, Duff, 1038-40

North Atlantic Fisheries Organization
  Results of Halifax meetings, government response, 1539, 1653

North Atlantic Treaty Organization
North Atlantic Assembly Presidential Task Force on America and Europe, inquiry,
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             2716, 2801-04
      Defence, 2802
      Economic issues, 2802
      Membership, 2803, 2804
      Peacekeeping, 2803
      Political questions, 2801
      Yugoslavia, 2804
      Speakers: Senators
        Grafstein, Jerahmiel, 2804
        Hastings, Earl, 2801-04
        Molgat, Gildas, 2804

North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
Continued presence of Canadian Forces bases in Germany, government policy, 54
Effect of budget on Canadian contribution, government policy, 986-87
Proposed withdrawal of troops from Europe, government policy, 1476

Northumberland Strait Crossing bill, consideration of legislation in committee,
            government position, qu, 3594

Northumberland Strait Crossing bill C-110. 1r, 3527; 2r, 3561-75; ref to com,
            3575; rep without amdt, 3636; 3r, 3680-84; m in amdt, neg on div,
            3684-85; 3r (con't), on div, 3685-88; r.a., chap. 43, 1993, 3709
  Annual federal subsidy, 3561, 3565
  Canso causeway, 3564
  Compensation to fishermen, 3567
  Cost of bridge, 3565
  Cost overruns, 3569, 3683
  Costs of transportation, 3562
  Employment, 3562, 3566
  Environmental assessment, 3562, 3567, 3570, 3681
  Environmental impacts, 3573
  Ferry service, 3562, 3565, 3568
  Financial terms and conditions, 3561
  Fishermen, 3561
  Fixed bridge, 3561
  Fixed link, 3574
  Highways, 3563
  Jobs, 3570
  Lobster fishery, 3564
  Piers, 3680
  Plebiscite, 3565
  10 preconditions, 3565
  Tolls, 3562, 3567
  Tourism, 3566, 3570
  Tourist traffic, 3563
  Trans-Canada Highway, 3573
  Speakers: Senators
     Bonnell, Lorne, 3564-68, 3683
     Corbin, Eymard, 3572-74, 3679
     Frith, Royce, 3572, 3679
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   255
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     Lynch-Staunton, John, 3575
     Macquarrie, Heath, 3568, 3569-72, 3575, 3680-82, 3685
     Molgat, Gildas, 3572, 3636, 3683, 3684
Phillips, Orville, 3561-63, 3564, 3569, 3572, 3636, 3678, 3683
     Prud'homme, Marcel, 3683, 3684-85
     Sparrow, Herbert, 3685
     Spivak, Mira, 3679
     Stewart, John, 3563-64, 3572, 3574-75, 3678-79

Northumberland Strait Crossing bill, time for sober second thought, st, 3495

Northwest Canada Conference Evangelical Church bill S-9.
Petition, 1328; 1r, 1352-53; 2r, 1412; ref to com, 1412; rep without amdt,
            1495; 3r, 1514; r.a., 1931
  French name, 1412
  Limitation to assets, 1412
  Speaker: Senator
     Olson, H.A., 1412

Northwest Territories bill C-64. 1r, 1118; 2r, 1159-60; ref to com, 1160; rep
            without amdt, 1216-17; 3r, 1251; r.a., chap. 6, 1992, 1300-01
  Regulations, 1159
  Speakers: Senators
     Kinsella, Noel, 1159
     Molgat, Gildas, 1160

Northwest Territories Waters bill C-51. 1r, 1700; 2r, 1772-74, 1845-46; ref to
            com, 1846; withdrawn and referred to Committee of the Whole, 1887-
            88; considered in Committee of the Whole, Hon. Nathan Nurgitz in
            the Chair, Hon. Thomas Siddon, Minister of Indian Affairs and
            Northern Development, taking part in the debate, 1922-26; rep
            without amdt, 1926; 3r, 1926; r.a., chap. 39, 1992, 1931
  Compliance, 1773
  Drinking water, 1845
  Economic development, 1772
  Enforcement, 1773
  Environmental safeguards, 1772
  Pollution, 1845, 1846
  Two-tiered licensing system, 1773
  Water management, 1772
  Water-use licenses, 1772, 1773
  Speakers: Senators
     Adams, Willie, 1845-46
     Cochrane, Ethel, 1772-74
       and in Committee of the Whole
Siddon, Hon. Thomas, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, 1922,
            1923-25, 1926

Nova Scotia
Development of coal mine in Pictou County, federal loan guarantee, qu, 2921,
            2935
256                    SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93
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Development of Westray mine, participation of Prime Minister, appointment of
            Elmer MacKay as minister in charge of ACOA, 2177-78
  Pictou County
     Disaster at Westray coal mine, 1455
       Need for inquiry, government position, 1477-79
     Westray coal mine disaster, 1455-56
       Appointment of commission of inquiry, 1539-40
       Basis of federal financial support, 1540-41
  Production of reports of independent consultants concerning safety, 1549-50
Reporting of the late Elvis Presley residing in that province, government
            position, 871
  Victory of Liberal Party in provincial election, st, 3241
Westray mine disaster, judicial inquiry, constitutional jurisdiction, 2178
  Westray Mine, government assistance, document tabled, 1610

Nova Scotia Courts amendment bill C-96. 1r, 2415; 2r, 2527; ref to Committee of
            the Whole, 2527-28; considered in Committee of the Whole, Hon.
            Nathan Nurgitz in the Chair, Mr. Rob Nicholson taking part in the
            debate, 2541-44; rep without amdt, 2544; 3r, 2566-67; r.a., chap.
            51, 1992, 2593
  County courts, 2527
  Speakers: Senators
     Frith, Royce, 2527, 2542, 2543, 2544
     Graham, Alasdair, 2543
     Lewis, Derek, 2543, 2544
     Lynch-Staunton, John, 2528
     Molgat, Gildas, 2543, 2566
     Murray, Lowell, 2541, 2544
     Nurgitz, Nathan, 2544
     Oliver, Donald, 2527, 2543, 2566
       and in Committee of the Whole
Nicholson, Rob, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Justice and Attorney
            General of Canada, 2541-44

Nunavut
  Creation of new territory, 854-55

Nunavut bill C-132. 1r, 3397-98; 2r, 3416-17; ref to com, 3417; rep without
            amdt, 3447; 3r, 3448-51; r.a., chap. 28, 1993, 3459
  Executive council, 3416
  Federally-appointed commissioner, 3416
  Nunavut implementation commission, 3416
  Speakers: Senators
     Frith, Royce, 3448
     Lynch-Staunton, John, 3416-17, 3448, 3450-51
     Marchand, Len, 3448
     Molgat, Gildas, 3448
     Watt, Charlie, 3448-50

Nunavut Land Claims Agreement bill C-133. 1r, 3397; 2r, 3412-16; ref to com,
            3416; rep without amdt, 3447; 3r, 3448-51; r.a., chap. 29, 1993,
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   257
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            3459
  Aboriginal title, 3414
  Compensation, 3412
  Economy, 3449
  Education, 3412
  Land claims settlement, 3449, 3450, 3451
  Mineral surface rights, 3412, 3414, 3451
  Nunavut Wildlife Management Board, 3414
  Ownership of land, 3412, 3451
  Resource projects, 3412
  Self-government, 3449, 3450
  Training trust fund, 3412, 3414, 3451
  Wildlife harvesting rights, 3412
  Speakers: Senators
    Adams, Willie, 3413-14
    Frith, Royce, 3448
    Lynch-Staunton, John, 3397, 3412-13, 3416, 3448, 3450-51
    Marchand, Len, 3414-15, 3416, 3448
    Molgat, Gildas, 3397, 3415-16, 3448
    Watt, Charlie, 3448-50

Nurgitz, Hon. Nathan (resigned Feb.9/93)
Canada Pension Plan amendment bill C-57, Committee of the Whole (Chairman),
             977-82
Computer software industry, infringement of copyright, proposed legislation,
             st, 803-04
  Contraventions amendment bill C-46, 2136-37
     Provincial consultation, 2137
     Supreme Court ruling, 2137
  Criminal Code (jury) amendment bill C-70, 1926
Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements and Federal Post-Secondary Education and
             Health Contributions bill C-60, Committee of the Whole (Chairman),
             1387-97
  Foreign Affairs Committee
Authority to study matters related to national security and defence and to
             increase membership of committee, 734
Inter-Parliamentary Union, 85th, Inter-Parliamentary Conference, Pyongyang,
             Democratic People's Republic of Korea, inquiry, 183
Inter-Parliamentary Union, 86th, Inter-Parliamentary Conference, Santiago,
             Chile, inquiry, 790-91
     Chile, 790
     Multiculturalism, 791
     Trade liberalization, 790, 791
  Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee
     Authority to engage services, 610, 632
Authority to meeting during sittings of Senate, 646, 754-55, 1074-75, 1177-78,
             1335-36, 1524-25, 1543-44
     Cancellation of committee meeting, 1727
     Reports
       1st, tabled, 238
          See Journals of the Senate
258                    SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93
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  2nd, Seventh-day Adventist Church in Canada bill S-3, with amdt, 238
       3rd, University of Emmanuel College bill S-4, 239
       7th, Federal Real Property bill C-3, 776-77
  8th, Miscellaneous Statute Law Amendment 1991 bill C-35, 974-75
       10th, Young Offenders amendment bill C-12, 1346-48
       11th, Royal Society of Canada bill S-7, 1415, 1471
  12th, Northwest Canada Conference Evangelical Church bill S-9, 1495
       13th, Extradition bill C-31, 1495
       14th, National Defence bill C-77, 1567
  15th, Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Suspension bill C-67, 1699-700
       16th, Corrections and Conditional Release bill C-36, 1700
  21st, Criminal Code (sexual assault) amendment bill C-49, 1870-71
       22nd, Criminal Code (jury) amendment bill C-70, 1871
       24th, Contraventions bill C-46, 2070
Letters to Minister of Justice on gun control legislation, st, 774-75
Miscellaneous Statute Law Amendment 1991 bill C-35, 904-05, 918, 1015
     Bankruptcy, 904
     Indian band by-laws and membership, 904
     "Reasonable grounds", 905
  National defence
     Request for review of Act, st, 1659
Northwest Territories Waters bill C-51, Committee of the Whole (Chairman),
            1922-26
Nova Scotia Courts amendment bill C-96, Committee of the Whole (Chairman),
            2541-44
  Official record, correction to Hansard, 2106
  Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) bill C-9, 278
  Roblin, P.C., Hon. Duff, tribute, 1726
Senate reform, m to approve the principle of an elected Senate, Committee of
            the Whole (Chairman), 920-26, 1669-76
Tributes on resignation from the Senate and appointment to Manitoba Court of
            Queen's Bench, 2789-90
  Ukraine, delcaration of independence, felicitations, st, 645
Wild Animal and Plant Protection and Regulation of International and
            Interprovincial Trade bill C-42, Committee of the Whole (Chairman),
            2573
Yukon Territory Waters bill C-52, Committee of the Whole (Chairman), 1922-26

Official languages, tabled, 3643
  Bilingualism, position of government, qu, 3548-49
Effect of statement by Mr. John Crispo, government position, 882
  Official report, 554
Privileges, Standing Rules and Orders, use of unilingual English document, 1158
Request for tabling Clerk's Accounts in both official languages, 553

Official Languages Commissioner
  Annual reports, tabled, 330, 1415, 1950, 3262, 3318
  Appointment motion, 277, 320, 322

Official record, corrections to Hansard, 2106, 2376, 2381, 2760, 2935, 3183
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   259
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Official report
  See Senate

Oil and Gas Production and Conservation amendment bill C-58. 1r, 1693; 2r,
            1741-43; ref to com, 1743; rep without amdt, 1833; 3r, 1898; r.a.,
            chap. 35, 1992, 1931
  Drilling, 1742, 1743
  Ocean Ranger, 1741, 1742
Offshore Oil and Gas Training and Standards Advisory Board, 1742
  Offshore safety, 1741, 1742, 1743
  Oil and Gas Administration Advisory Council, 1741
  Royal commission, 1741
  Safety qualifications, 1742
  Speakers: Senators
     Doody, William, 1741-43
     Olson, H.A., 1742-43

Oliver, Hon. Donald H.
  Canada-Japan Inter-Parliamentary Group
Fourth Annual Meeting held in Tokyo, Nigata and Kanazawa, Japan, report of
            Canadian section tabled, 3591
     Report on Asia-Pacific Parliamentary Forum tabled, 2806
     Tabling of report of second annual meeting, 594
     Tabling of report of third annual meeting, 2277
  Child poverty, presentation of petition, 2794
  Conflict of Interests, Special Joint Committee report, 2610
Conflict of Interests, Special Joint Committee (C-116) report, 3418-19
Constitution, referendum question, m for concurrence in message from Commons,
            2013-15
     Aboriginal self-government, 2014, 2015
     Quebec, distinct society, 2013, 2014
     Supreme Court of Canada, 2014
  Customs Tariff amendment bill C-122, 3458-59
     Apparel industry, 3459
     Tariff preference, 3459
     Textile fibres, 3459
     Textile tariff reductions, 3458, 3459
  Motor Vehicle Safety bill S-8, 1113-14, 1254, 2972-73
     Child restraint safety devices, 1114
     Emission control, 1114
     Emission standards, 1113
     Environmental protection, 1114
     Importation of U.S. used cars, 1114
     "Notice-of-defect" requirement, 1114
     Regulation, 1113
     Safety defects, 1114
     Safety standards, 1113
  Nova Scotia Courts amendment bill C-96, 2527, 2543, 2566
     County courts, 2527
  Renewed Canada, Special Joint Committee report, 1371-74
     Aboriginal rights, 1371
260                    SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93
==============================================================================

     Aboriginal self-government, 1371, 1372, 1373
     Indian status, 1371
     Land claims, 1374
     Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, 1372-73
  Telecommunications bill C-62, 3502-03, 3596-97
     Canadian ownership, 3503
     Culture, 3596
     Forbearance, 3503
     Regulation, 3503
  Telesat Canada Reorganization and Divestiture bill C-38, 833-35
     CRTC, 834
     Employment, 834
     Government ownership, 833
     Privatization, 833
     Satellites, 833
     Shares, 834, 835
  Transport and Communications Committee
Authority to hear witnesses on subject-matter of bill to amend Canada Shipping
             Act, 3345
     Authority to meet during sitting of the Senate, 3509
Authority to study report of National Transportation Act Review Commission,
             2971, 3127-28
       Airline companies, 3128
       Deregulation, 3127
       Shortline railways, 3128
       Transportation safety, 3127
       Trucking, 3127
Authority to study subject-matter and status of Canada-United States Air
             Transport Agreement negotiations, 3307, 3344
     Reports
  8th, Airport Transfer (Miscellaneous Matters) amendment bill S-11, 1700
  9th, Telecommunications bill C-62, subject-matter, 1832, 1932-35
          Competition, 1934
          Deregulation, 1933
          Jurisdiction, 1933
          Ministerial licensing, 1934
          Ownership, 1933
          Protection of privacy, 1935
          Presumption of forbearance, 1934, 1936
          Quasi-judicial process, 1934
          Saskatchewan, 1934
          Telecommunications industry, 1933
       10th, Coasting Trade bill C-33, 1849-50, 1890
  11th, Transportation of Dangerous Goods, 1992 bill C-45, 1832
  12th, Canadian National Railways, decision to sell rail line, 1887, 1936
  13th, Commons amdts to Motor Vehicle Safety bill S-8, 3108, 3144
       14th, Carriage of Goods by Water bill C-83, 3202
       15th, Marine insurance bill C-97, 3203
       16th, Copyright amendment bill C-88, 3203
  17th, Report of the National Transportation Act Review Commission, 3446-47,
             3490
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   261
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       18th, Canada Shipping amendment bill C-121, 3530
       19th, Telecommunications bill C-62, 3544-45
       20th, Northumberland Strait Crossing bill C-110, 3636
  Transportation of Dangerous Goods, 1992 bill C-45, 1898

Olson, P.C., Hon. H.A.
  Address in reply to Speech from the Throne, 66-72
  Agricultural products marketing bill C-16, 481-82
     Natural gas industry, 482
     Wood, 481
  Agricultural subsidies, 71
  Agriculture
Canadian grains, anticipated low monetary returns, effect on farmers, inquiry,
            331, 632, 927
       Competition, 632
       Subsidies, 632
     Canadian Wheat Board
  Criticism by United States farm leaders, government position, qu, 2795-96;
            withdrawn, 2815
  Release of barley sales, Crow benefit, payment to landowners, government
            policy, qu, 3402
Cost of crop losses, federal-provincial apportionment, qu, 2102, 2136
Crisis for farm marketing board, inquiry, 624, 929-30, 1035-37
       Egg producers, 1035
       EC Agriculture Group, 1035
       GATT, 1035
Delegation of prairie farmers and grain producers, request for meeting with
            Members of Parliament, 589
     Farm credit crisis, inquiry, 52
     Farm loans, effect of debt service charges, qu, 595
Farm support and adjustment measures, request for clarification of payment
            phases, qu, 573
Federal support for grains sector, government position, qu, 451, 476, 597,
            1014, 1050
First Ministers Conference, request for adjustment of monetary policy
            respecting interest rates, government position, qu, 868-71
Goods and services tax, problems faced by Canadians, inquiry, 624, 930-32
  Government support programs, need for interim measure, 352
     International grain subsidies
  Consequent deterioration of international markets for Canadian grains, qu,
            333
  Request for update on negotiations, qu, 340, 356, 2621, 2651-52
  Grain inspectors and handlers, designation as essential services, qu, 340
Notice of meeting between Senators and farm representatives, 589
     Prairie crisis, inquiry, 2071, 2671-72, 2673, 2674
Prairie grain farmers, promise of "third line of defence" assistance, qu, 3110,
            3111, 3151-52
Producers of grains and oilseeds, government subsidy, formula for payment, qu,
            1247
     Resolution of dispute on European and U.S. grain subsidies
       Effects on international grain market, qu, 2326, 2392
262                    SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93
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       Government position, qu, 2262, 2263
Saskatchewan, request for immediate third-line-of-defence assistance, status of
            response, qu, 3277
Status of GATT negotiations, resolution of grain exports subsidy war, federal
            support for grains sector, request for updates, qu, 532
Status of negotiations in Uruguay Round, effect of meeting of Group of Seven in
            Tokyo, qu, 3748
U.S. export enhancement program, increase in funding, government position, qu,
            1953, 1954, 2077
Western grain crop, assessment of storm damage, government action, qu, 2072,
            2073, 2101-02, 2181
  Agriculture and Forestry Committee
     Authority to conduct study, 2098
     Report
       6th, United Grain Growers, Limited S-16, 2346
Airline industry, duplication of services, government position, qu, 1956, 1957
  Alberta, 67
Victory of Conservative Party in provincial election, st, 3529
  Appropriation No. 3, 1991-92 bill C-47, 823-26
     Agricultural products, 823
     Income taxes from corporations, 824
  Appropriation No. 4, 1992-93 bill C-119, 2966
  Appropriation No. 1, 1993-94 bill C-120, 2935-36, 2937, 2938
  Argue, P.C., the late Hon. Hazen, tribute, 447
  Bank bill C-19, 787
Barootes, Hon. Efstathios, resignation from Senate, notice and tributes, 3240-
            41
Borrowing Authority, 1992-93 (No.2), bill C-98, 2800-01, 2817-18
     Additional borrowing, 2818
     Deficit, 2800
     Treasury bills, 2818
  Borrowing Authority, 1993-94 bill C-117, 3184, 3185
     National debt, 3184, 3185
  British Columbia Grain Handling Operations bill C-25, 211, 213
  Budget, Statement of Minister of Finance, inquiry, 1024-27
     Inflation, 1025
     Job creation, 1026
  Business of the Senate, 937-38, 2611, 2656, 3201
     Request for delayed answers, qu, 697
Canada-European Parliamentary Association, visit to Turkey and USSR, 554
  Canada Post Corporation amendment bill C-73, 3156-57
     Employee Share Savings Plan, 3156, 3157
     Labour-management relations, 3157
     Privatization, 3156, 3157
     Rural post offices, 3157
Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement, consequences to Canada, inquiry,
            2681
Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement, effect of U.S. trade laws on
            Canadian pork exports, government position, qu, 2621, 2683
Canada-United States relations, meeting of Prime Minister and President, nature
            of agenda, qu, 2766-67
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   263
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Canadian Wheat Board, interest charges related to international grain sales,
            qu, 503, 537
  Canadian Wheat Board amendment bill C-23, 459, 502
     International grain market, 461
     Mechanization, 460
     Modernization, 460
     Price of grain, 461
     Subsidies, 460
  Child poverty, presentation of petitions, 2277
  Constitution
Balance of representation in Alberta and British Columbia, inquiry, 2130, 2341
     Charlottetown Accord
  Exercise of democratic rights, availability of legal texts, 2133-34
  Indian self-government, paramountcy of Indian laws, availability of legal
            texts, 2179
       Western representation, st, 2167-68
Funding of referendum committee, cost of advertising, qu, 2131
     Method of promotion of referendum by government, 2340-41
     Mishandling of constitution issue, inquiry, 2071, 2340
Need for extension of time for reform agreement, inquiry, 2130, 2341
       Different aspects, same package, 2341
       Reducing senators, 2341
"Our Future Together, An Agreement for Constitutional Renewal", highlights and
            summary of Charlottetown consensus report, qu, 2172-73
     Senate reform, qu, 1439
     Source of funds for referendum committee, qu, 2105
  Contraventions amendment bill C-46, 2138
  Cooperative Credit Associations bill C-34, 787
  Criminal Code and Customs Tariff amendment bill C-17, 581, 701
     Firearms control, 701
     Military weapons, 581
     Semi-automatic handguns, 581
  Croll, P.C., the late Hon. David A., tribute, 177
  Economy, 68
     Bank of Canada rate, 3154
Bank of Canada, relation of rate to economic activity, qu, 1788, 1789
Convening of first ministers conference, government position, qu, 2377, 2378
     Downward revision of economic forecasts, qu, 1546-48
Effects of government policy, government position, qu, 1353-54
     Effects of government policy, inquiry, 647, 748-50, 768, 1341
       Business credit, 748
       Consumer credit, 748
       Job situation, 749
Failure of government to address economic ills, effectiveness of government
            planning, request for response, qu, 624
Failure of government to address economic ills, inquiry, 52, 562-64, 565, 874
       Agriculture, 562
       GRIP, 563
       GST, 562, 564
       NISA, 563
       Unemployment, 562
264                    SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93
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Government  performance, diversion of attention to alleged constitutional
            crisis, inquiry, 677
     Interest rates
       Government policy, qu, 2075, 2076, 2131-32
       Government position, 940-41
Mismanagement of monetary policy, inquiry, 1303-04, 1341-45, 1474, 1816, 1963,
            2094-96, 2097
       Agriculture, 1341
       Banks, 1344
       Canadian dollar, 1342, 1343, 2094
       Credit card debt, 1344
       Inflation, 1342, 1343, 2094, 2095
       Interest rates, 1342, 1344, 2094, 2095
     Monetary policy, change in direction applauded, st, 1613
     Monetary policy of government, qu, 2280, 2281
     Reliability of government forecasting, 1439-41
     Request for prognosis of economic recovery, 1475-76
     Request for reconciliation of economic indicators, 1619
Statement of Minister of Finance to IMF conference, government policy, qu,
            1594, 1595-96
  Energy
National Energy Program, notice of intent to ask questions, qu, 1651
Status of petroleum industry, government policy, qu, 1662-63, 1664
Energy and natural resources, unemployment in oil and gas industry, qu, 1791,
            1792
Energy, Mines and Resources, status of Hibernia project, government position,
            qu, 901-02
Estimates, 1991-92, Supplementary Estimates (B) referred to National Finance
            Committee, 614
  Farm credit corporation bill C-95, 2963-65
     GRIP program, 2963
     International grain markets, 2963
     Off-farm income, 2963
     Privatization, 2963, 2964
  Farm crisis, 69
Farm Products Marketing Agencies amendment bill C-54, 1444-46, 1667-68
     Check-offs, 1444, 1445
     Grains, 1667
     Levies, 1445, 1668
     Standards, 1446
  Finance, meeting of ministers
     Nature of meeting, request for agenda, 678
     Request for agenda, 647
Fisheries, continental shelf, unilateral extension of jurisdiction beyond
            present limit, qu, 912
  Foreign affairs
     Aid to Russia
     Immediate resumption of grain shipments, qu, 2932
     Status of Canada's participation, qu, 2906, 2907
       Status of participation of G-7 countries, qu, 2917, 2918
     Canadian aid to the Soviet Union, qu, 335, 355
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   265
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     Proposed Canadian aid to Soviet Union, qu, 809, 832
Proposed Canadian aid to Soviet Union and current constituent republics,
            inquiry, 331, 504, 584, 769-71
       Barter, 769, 770
       Distribution systems, 771
       Food supplies, 769
       Food surpluses, 770
       Infrastructure, 770
Status of Soviet Union, Commonwealth of Republics, control of nuclear arsenal,
            government position, qu, 741, 872
  General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade
Agriculture, status of negotiations on Article XI, qu, 2620, 2651
Article XI, clarification of Canada's position, meetings of heads of state,
            exclusion of Canada, qu, 1076-77
     Current negotiations on Article XI
       Request for answer, qu, 1456
       Request for update, qu, 1245
Export enhancement subsidies, effect on Canadian producers of grains and oil
            seeds, qu, 1245
     Geneva negotiations, effect of U.S. elections, qu, 1329-30
     International grain market, status of negotiations, qu, 3274
     Lack of support for retention of marketing boards, qu, 868
     Meetings of heads of state, exclusion of Canada, qu, 1108-09
Ministerial delegation, request for progress report, qu, 985-86
Negotiations on agricultural subsidies, request for update, qu, 506
Possible accommodation for current Canadian marketing systems, government
            position, qu, 1568, 1569
     Progress of Uruguay Round, inquiry, 2675-76, 2677, 2678
       Agriculture industry, 2675
       Article XI, 2675, 2676
       Blair House Agreement, 2675
       United States, government, 2675, 2676
Resumption of negotiations, meeting between Prime Minister and farmers,
            government response, qu, 912-14
     Status of negotiations, qu, 2909
Status of negotiations on Article XI and export subsidy programs, qu, 1406
     Status of negotiations on Canadian marketing boards, qu, 627
General election, gallop poll trends, request for recalculation, qu, 1526
Goods and services tax, problems faced by Canadians, inquiry, 624, 930-32
     Interest rates, 932
     Small businesses, 930
     Tax collection, 930, 931
  Goods and services tax, st, 804-05
Government expenditures restraint, 1993 No. 2, bill C-113, 3049-50
Government, record of governance, inquiry, 2159-61, 2162-63, 2164, 2165, 2166
     Balance of power, 2164
     Calgary Herald, quote, 2163
     Constitutional accord, 2160
     Distribution of seats, 2164
     Nova Corporation, 2161, 2162
     Royal Bank, 2161
266                    SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93
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     Secret ballot, 2160
     Self government, Indian, 2161
Grain inspection and handling, effects of public service alliance strike, qu,
            334
Income Tax, Children's Special Allowances, Family Allowances amendment bill C-
            80, 2143, 2144, 2145, 2148
  Insurance Companies bill C-28, 787
  Interest rates, 71
  Inter-Parliamentary delegations, presentation of reports, 330
Molson, Hon. Hartland de M., resignation from Senate, notice and tributes,
            3258-59
  National finance
Continuance of monetary policy, government position, qu, 778-79
     Increase in deficit, government position, qu, 1079
Relation of interest rates to national debt services charges, qu, 1357-58
  National Finance Committee reports
     18th, Borrowing Authority, 1992-93 (No.2) bill C-98, 2811
19th, Budget implementation (fiscal measures) 1992 amendment bill C-76
     20th, Estimates, 1992-93, Supplementary (C), 2953-54
     21st, Appropriation No. 1, 1993-94, bill C-120, 2970
22nd, Government expenditures restraint, 1993 No.3, bill C-113, 3014
     23rd, Canada Post Corporation amendment bill C-73, 3130
     24th, Borrowing Authority, 1993-94 bill C-117, 3202
25th, Budget implementation (government organizations) 1992 bill C-93, 3271,
            3272-73
     27th, Estimates 1993-94, 3393, 3394, 3395
  New senators, introduction, 3444
North American Free Trade Agreement, potential consequences to Canada, inquiry,
            2681
North American Free Trade Agreement, status of negotiations, timing of
            ratification, qu, 1307
Northwest Canada Conference Evangelical Church bill S-9, 1352-53, 1412
     French name, 1412
     Limitation to assets, 1412
     Presentation of petition, 1328
  Oil and gas production and conservation amendment bill C-58
     Drilling, 1742, 1743
     Ocean Ranger, 1742
     Safety qualifications, 1742, 1743
  Patent amendment bill C-91, 2660
Patent amendment bill C-91, question of privilege, 2600, 2601, 2606, 2607,
            2609, 2610
  Point of order, 944
Poitras, Hon. Jean-Marie, resignation from Senate, notice and tributes, 3240-41
  Postal Services Continuation bill C-40, 524
  Public Sector Compensation bill C-29, 384-86, 393, 403
     Bonuses, 385
     Grain inspectors, 385
     Labour-management relations, 384
  Railway Bill C-11, 538
     At and East subsidy, 538
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   267
==============================================================================

  Referendum bill C-81, 1639-43
     Alberta, 1640, 1641
     Canada Round, 1642
     Triple-E Senate, 1640, 1641
Renewed Canada, Special Joint Committee report, 1095-96, 1269-72
     Suspensive veto, 1271, 1272
     Triple-E Senate, 1269, 1270, 1271
Ross, Hon. James W., resignation from Senate, notice and tributes, 3240-41
  Rules of the Senate, 102
  Senate
     Business, 503
     Curtailment of Question Period, st, 2679
       Government position, qu, 2681
Responsibility of Leader of Government to answer question, qu, 53
Senate reform, m to approve the principle of an elected Senate, 920-22, 1674,
            1675-76, considered in Committee of the Whole, 1964-65
  Spending Control bill C-56, 1486-87
     Government expenditures, 1486
     Spending limit, 1487
  Thunder Bay Grain Handling Operations bill C-37, 417-18, 429
     Grain handlers, 417
     Labour laws, 418
     Pensions, 418
  Transport
Air passenger transportation in Canada, government policy, qu, 3018, 3019
     National airlines, government policy, 3041-42, 3084, 3084-85
  Transport and Communications Committee report
       5th, Budget, CN Railways, 1024-27
  Transportation
     Port of Vancouver, lockout legislation, qu, 183
  Tributes on 35th anniversary of entry to Parliament, 1646-49
  Trust and Loans Companies bill C-4, 787
  Unemployment, 67
Unemployment, failure of government to address unemployment in Canada,
            particularly Alberta, inquiry, 52, 568-72
     Downsizing, 569
     Gas and oil industry, 569
     GST, 570
United Nations, candidacy of Prime Minister for post of Secretary General, 450

Olympic Winter Games, XVI
  Congratulations to Canadian athletes, st, 973
  Congratulations to Myriam Bédard, 1011

Open Skies Treaty, inquiry, 1118

Order Paper questions, request for replies to written questions, 3637

Orders and Customs of the Senate and Privileges of Parliament, Standing Senate
            Committee
  Appointment, 6
268                    SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93
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Orders and Decorations, tabled, 2799

Ottenheimer, Hon. Gerald R.
  Canada-Europe Parliamentary Association
     Visit of delegation to Ukraine, report tabled, 1785-86
Canada Labour Code bill C-44, Committee of the Whole (Chairman), 655, 658
Canadian Environmental Assessment bill C-13, 1225-27, 1230, 1898
     EARP Guidelines, 1226
     Environment Minister, powers, 1227
     Jurisdiction, 1226
     Mediators, 1227
     Monitoring, 1227
     Native concerns, 1227
     Oldman River, 1226
     Public participation, 1226
     Review panels, 1228
     Studies, 1227
     Sustained development, 1226
United Nations Convention on Environmental Impact Assessment in a Transboundary
            Context, 1227
     World Commission on Environment and Development, 1226
Civilian War Pensions and Allowances, War Veterans Allowance, Pension amendment
            bill C-84, Committee of the Whole (Chairman), 1758-70
Constitution, amendment reflecting linguistic equality of New Brunswick, m,
            2549
     Bilingualism, 2549
     Francophones in Newfoundland, 2549
Fisheries, foreign overfishing, depletion of northern cod stocks, inquiry,
            1317-18
     Inshore fishery, 1318
     International law, 1318
     Offshore fishery, 1318
     Seal population, 1317
     200-mile limit, 1317, 1318
  Foreign Affairs Committee reports
     1st, Income Tax Conventions bill S-2, 277
2nd, Exporting, Importing, Manufacturing, Buying, or Selling of or Other
            Dealing with Certain Weapons bill C-6, 305
  Gwich'in Land Claim Settlement bill C-94, 2585
  Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee report
     10th, Young Offenders amendment bill C-12, 1350-51
National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy bill C-72, 3277-78
     Bruntland Commission, 3278
     Membership, 3278
     Sustainable development, 3277, 3278
Postal Services Continuation bill C-40, Committee of the Whole (Chairman), 512,
            526
     Rep without amdt, 526
Prince Edward Island, provincial election, Liberal victory, st, 2970
Public Sector Compensation bill C-29, Committee of the Whole (Chairman), 389-
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   269
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            407
  Scrutiny of Regulations Committee report
       3rd, Indian Health Regulations
         See appendix p. 544
Senate reform, m to approve the principle of an elected Senate, Committee of
            the Whole (Chairman), 1964-65
  Smallwood, the late Hon. Joseph Roberts, tribute, 970
Thunder Bay Grain Handling Operations bill C-37, Committee of the Whole
            (Chairman), 422-43
  United Grain Growers Limited amendment bill S-16, 2271-72

Parliamentary Forum on Economic Participation of Canadians with Disabilities,
            inquiry, 1244, 1434
  Speaker: Senator
     Di Nino, Consiglio, 1434

Parliament Hill
  Presence of metal barriers facing Parliament Buildings, 16, 185

Parliament of Canada
  Convening of conferences of both Houses, 1307
  "Open House" publication, significance for Senate, 1306
  Report of delegation to Venezuela tabled, 3546

Parliamentary Guide
  Instruction to publisher to distribute correction, 274

Parliamentary procedure, 193

Parrot, Jean-Claude, National President of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers
Postal Services Continuation bill C-40, considered in Committee of the Whole,
            516-20

Partisanship, limits necessary in government undertakings, 2876

Patent Act amendment bill, 1992, Royal Assent process, government position,
           2765

Patent amendment bill C-91. 1r, 2411; 2r, 2421-26; m to allocate time, 2426; on
            div, 2452-57; 2r, (con't) 2457-82, 2484-94, 2495-516, 2536, on div,
            2536; ref to com, 2536; reported without amdt but with
            observations, 2597-600; 3r, 2623-40, 2652-56, 2656-64; m in amdt
            (Hébert), 2664-65; 3r, (con't), 2665-68, point of order, 2668-70;
            2683-84; div on m in amdt (Hébert) deferred, 2685; m in amdt
            (Gigantès), 2685-88; m in amdt (Hébert) neg, 2703-04; 3r, (con't),
            2705-06; div on m in amdt (Gigantès) deferred, 2706; m in amdt
            (Cools), 2706-09; div on m in amdt (Cools) deferred, 2709; 3r,
            (con't), 2709-10; m in amdt (Bosa), 2710; m to allocate time, 2713-
            14, 2732-33; m in amdt (Gigantès) neg on div, 2733-34; m in amdt
            (Cools) neg on div, 2734-35; m to allocate time, on div, 2735-37; m
            in amdt (Bosa) neg on div, 2737-38; 3r, (con't), 2738-58, on div,
270                    SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93
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            2759-60; r.a., chap. 2, 1993, 2787
  American drug prices, 2464
  Bill C-22, 2422, 2458, 2459, 2460, 2625, 2666
Bill C-22 and free trade, 2478, 2489, 2490, 2491, 2492, 2493, 2494,   2497
  Biomedical research, 2653
  Canadian Drug Manufacturers Association, 2744
  Closure, 2733, 2735, 2738
  Companies' role, 2624
  Competitiveness, 2684
Compulsory licensing, 2422, 2425, 2457, 2459, 2462, 2463, 2466,       2468, 2469,
            2475, 2478, 2479, 2484, 2485, 2626, 2656, 2705, 2708,     2744, 2746,
            2749
  Cost increase, 2657
  Cost of prescription drugs, 2658
  Costs, 2628, 2633, 2661, 2669
  Drug costs, 2624, 2629
  Drug formulary, 2748
Drug prices, 2424, 2461, 2462, 2466, 2467, 2469, 2474, 2476, 2479,    2481, 2486,
            2501, 2502, 2503, 2504, 2505, 2506, 2508, 2626, 2661,     2662, 2666,
            2748, 2750, 2752, 2753
  Dunkel report, 2652, 2656, 2667, 2687
  European prices, 2753
  Evergreening, 2709, 2710
  Filibuster, 2732, 2733
  Fine chemical companies, 2631
  Foreign ownership, 2754
  Funding for research and development, 2751
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, 2463, 2469, 2471, 2477,       2496, 2497,
            2511, 2512, 2626, 2633, 2705
  Generic companies, 2626, 2748
  Generic drug manufacturers, 2631
  Generic drugs, 2466, 2633, 2752
  Generic firms, 2684
  Generic industry, 2653
  Generic sales, 2684
  Guillotine, 2452, 2453
  Health care, 2746
  Health care costs, 2629, 2653, 2706
  Inflation, 2666
  Intellectual property rights, 2652
  International agreements, 2624, 2625
  Introductory price regulation system, European, 2634
  Investment, 2624, 2625, 2667
  Jobs, 2423, 2424, 2460, 2624, 2625, 2626, 2633, 2750
  Liberal observations, 2624
  Life of patents, 2709
  Limiting debate, 2452
  Lobbying, 2472, 2498, 2499, 2744
  Market exclusivity, 2465, 2684
  Medical research, 2659
  Medicare, 2457, 2500, 2501, 2654
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   271
==============================================================================

  Multinational pharmaceutical companies, 2738
  National Anti-Poverty Organization, 2629, 2634
  Non-working of patents, 2709
North American Free Trade Agreement, 2463, 2464, 2465, 2469, 2471, 2652, 2705
  Notice of Compliance, 2745
  Parliamentary review, 2753
Patent protection, 2421, 2422, 2462, 2473, 2475, 2485, 2652, 2710, 2748
Patented Medicine Prices Review Board, 2421, 2423, 2458, 2459, 2461, 2465,
            2466, 2467, 2474, 2475, 2502, 2625, 2627, 2630, 2631, 2656, 2707,
            2748, 2750
  Pharmaceutical industry, 2652, 2653
  Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association of Canada, 2744
  Pharmaceutical sector, 2684
  Poverty, 2654
  Presentation of petitions, 2650, 2681, 2698, 2763, 2764
  Provincial compensation, 2632, 2633
  Provincial drug benefit programs, 2666
  Provincial governments, 2756, 2758
  Provincial health care, 2654, 2662
  Provincial health plans, 2752
  Question of privilege, 2600-10
Report of Banking, Trade and Commerce Committee, omission of minority
            observations, question of privilege, 2618
Research and development, 2423, 2425, 2458, 2459, 2464, 2466, 2467, 2475, 2476,
            2479, 2486, 2487, 2488, 2501, 2509, 2625, 2626, 2627, 2632, 2633,
            2663, 2666, 2667, 2748, 2749, 2750, 2751, 2753, 2755
Retroactivity, 2463, 2468, 2475, 2477, 2479, 2633, 2635, 2655, 2667, 2687, 2748
  Rules, 2636, 2637, 2638, 2639
  Scientific progress, 2753
  Tax increases, 2495, 2496
  Time allocation, 2452, 2453, 2454, 2455, 2456
  Universal health care, 2465
  Vaccines, 2746, 2747, 2757
  Speakers: Senators
     Austin, Jack, 2606, 2609
Barootes, Efstathios, 2597-600, 2602, 2608-09, 2656, 2669, 2757, 2758
     Beaulieu, Mario, 2421-24, 2425, 2426, 2536, 2623, 2624-27
     Bolduc, Roch, 2481
     Bonnell, Lorne, 2500-03, 2654-56
     Bosa, Peter, 2475-77, 2635, 2709-10
     Cogger, Michel, 2515
     Cools, Anne, 2497-500, 2601, 2607, 2609, 2706-09
     Corbin, Eymard, 2510-11, 2515, 2670
     Davey, Keith, 2749
     De Bané, Pierre, 2468, 2754-56, 2757-58
     Di Nino, Consiglio, 2652-54, 2705-06
     Fairbairn, Joyce, 2477-78, 2479-80, 2481
Frith, Royce, 2424-25, 2452-54, 2455, 2456, 2478, 2479, 2481, 2482, 2484-94,
            2513, 2515, 2600-01, 2602-05, 2606, 2607, 2608, 2609, 2610, 2624,
            2635, 2636, 2637, 2638, 2639, 2640, 2688, 2706, 2732-33, 2738-48
Gigantès, Philippe Deane, 2425, 2536, 2503, 2504-06, 2507, 2513, 2515, 2536,
272                    SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93
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            2606, 2607, 2608, 2609-10, 2669, 2670, 2685-88, 2757
     Grafstein, Jerahmiel, 2425, 2468-71
     Hastings, Earl, 2710
     Hays, Dan, 2495-97
     Hébert, Jacques, 2513-14, 2661-64, 2706, 2709
     Johnson, Janis, 2748-49
     Kelleher, James, 2683-84
     Kelly, William, 2665-68, 2704
     Keon, Wilbert, 2465-67, 2468, 2481, 2752-54
     Kirby, Michael, 2457-60, 2461-64, 2465, 2624, 2627-35
     Lavoie-Roux, Thérèse, 2659, 2660-61
Lynch-Staunton, John, 2426, 2452, 2456, 2478, 2479, 2481, 2482, 2515, 2600,
            2601, 2602, 2606-07, 2608, 2609, 2610, 2670, 2685, 2688, 2706,
            2713, 2732
Molgat, Gildas, 2455, 2456, 2481, 2482, 2514-15, 2516, 2610, 2636, 2637, 2638,
            2665, 2668, 2669, 2670, 2685, 2688, 2704, 2706, 2713, 2714, 2734,
            2735, 2736, 2737, 2758-59
Murray, Lowell, 2454, 2455, 2456, 2460, 2472, 2473, 2624, 2635, 2636-37, 2638,
            2639, 2640, 2665, 2706, 2714, 2735-36, 2742, 2743, 2758
Olson, H.A., 2600, 2601, 2606, 2607, 2609, 2610, 2637, 2640, 2660
     Perrault, Raymond, 2467, 2507-10
     Petten, William, 2474-75
     Simard, Jean-Maurice, 2668, 2669, 2670
Sparrow, Herbert, 2465, 2470-71, 2474, 2477, 2480, 2494, 2497, 2503, 2506-07
     Stanbury, Richard, 2749-52
     Stewart, John, 2636, 2639, 2640
     Sylvain, John, 2464-65
Thériault, Norbert, 2467-68, 2471-74, 2638, 2640, 2656-58, 2660, 2661

Patented Medicine Prices Review Board, compensation ruling, st, 3473

Penitentiaries
Call for inquiry into Saskatchewan hostage-taking incident, st, 693
Request for review of government position on inquiry into incident          at
            Saskatchewan penitentiary, 1702-03, 1831

Pensions, Special Retirement Arrangements, Pension Benefits Division bill C-55.
            1r, 1785; 2r, 1846-49, 1927-29; ref to com, 1929; rep without amdt
            but with observations, 2070-71; 3r, 2106-12, 2121-23, 2124-25, on
            div; r.a., chap. 46, 1992, 2151
  "Calling out", 2112
  Canadian Forces reserve, 2112
  Compliance, 1846
  Credit splitting, 1848, 1927
  De-indexing, 2106
  Disability pensions, 2106, 2110, 2111, 2112
  Early retirement program, 1847, 1848, 2121
  Enforcement, 1927
  Fairness, 1846
  Federal pension plans, 2121
  Indexation, 1928, 2108, 2122
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   273
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  Joint employer-plan member pension management board, 2121
  Leave-without-pay, 1927, 1928, 2121
  Marriage breakdown, 1848, 1921
  Merit principle, 1927
  Parliamentarians, 1928, 1929
  Part-time employees, 1847, 1927, 1928, 2121
  Pension credit splitting, 2106, 2109, 2112
  Regulatory authorities, 1847, 2106, 2112
  Supplementary death benefit plans, 1848
  Survivor benefits, 1848, 2121
  Tax compliance, 2121
  Speakers: Senators
    Doody, William, 2112, 2121-23
    Frith, Royce, 1927-29, 2106--08, 2109-12, 2122, 2123, 2124-25
    Gigantès, Philippe Deane, 2122
    Lynch-Staunton, John, 2123, 2124, 2125
    Molgat, Gildas, 2112, 2123, 2124
    Teed, Nancy, 1846-49

Perrault, P.C., Hon. Raymond J.
Air industry, continued viability of Air Canada and Canadian Airlines
            International, request for status report, qu, 1954
Alberta, victory of Conservative Party in provincial election, st, 3529
Armenia, request for humanitarian aid, government response, qu, 2807-08, 2817
  Bosnia-Herzegovina
Canadian participation in possible UN military initiative, government position,
            qu, 2877, 2911
     Role of Canada in resolution of conflict, inquiry, 2794
  British Columbia
Artificial Reef Society, tribute to government for sinking of H.M.C.S.
            Chaudière, st, 1612-13
  British Columbia Grain Handling Operations bill C-25, 210, 213
Budget Implementation (fiscal measures), 1992 bill C-76, 2840-44, 2993-94, 2995
     Lobbyists registration, 2840, 2843
     Salaries, Prime Minister and cabinet ministers, 2840, 2844
     Small businesses loans, 2840, 2844
     Student loans, 2840, 2841, 2842, 2843, 2993, 2994
  Canada Assistance Plan amendment bill C-32, 1291, 1292-93
     British Columbia, 1291, 1292, 1293
     Equalization, 1293
     Off-loading, 1292
     Student loans, 1292
     Welfare, 1292
  Canada Shipping amendment bill C-121, 3461-62
     Brander-Smith review panel report, 3461, 3462
     Double-hulling, 3461, 3462
Public Review Panel on Tanker Safety and Marine Spills Response Capability,
            3461
     Response capability, 3461, 3462
Canadian Wheat Board, shipments of grain through United States ports, 588
  Child poverty, presentation of petitions, 2262
274                    SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93
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Civilian War Pensions and Allowances, War Veterans Allowance, Pension amendment
            bill C-84, 1761
  Coasting trade bill C-33, 1497-501
     Coasting trade, definition, 1498
     Enforcement, 1500
     Foreign ships, 1499, 1500
     International cruise ships, 1498, 1499
     Licences, 1499, 1500, 1501
     Non-duty-paid ships, 1499
     Safety standards, 1500
     Ship registry, 1499, 1501
     Shipbuilding, 1500, 1501
     Transportation, 1501
  Constitution
Proposed new Senate, authenticity of premiers as spokesmen for regions,
            government position, qu, 1955, 1956
Referendum question, m for concurrence in message from Commons, 2041-45
       House of Commons, 2043, 2044
       Money bills, 2043
       Senate reform, 2045
       Senate Speaker, power, 2044
       Triple-E Senate, 2042
  Croll, P.C., the late Hon. David A., tribute, 178
Cross-border shopping, effect on Canadian communities, reports of proposed
            advertising campaign, request for details, qu, 184
  Economy
"An Agenda for Prosperity", circulation of government pamphlet, qu, 1580, 1581,
            1582, 1654
     Cross-border shopping, effect on small businesses, qu, 626
Message to House of Commons inviting rescission of tax-free allowance, m, 3743
  Employment
     Summer employment for youth, government response, 1598
Excise Tax, Access to Information, Canada Pension Plan, Customs, Federal Court,
            Income Tax, Tax Court of Canada, Tax Rebate Discounting,
            Unemployment Insurance amendment bill C-112, 3349, 3380-82
     GST, 3380, 3381, 3382
  Excise Tax, Income Tax amendment bill C-75, 1775-77
     Aircraft leases, 1775
     Diesel and aviation fuel, 1775
"Freight Carriers Association of Canada: Analysis of Canadian Trucking Industry
            General Freight Carriers", quote, 1776
     Road infrastructure, 1777
     Trucking industry, 1775, 1776, 1777
External affairs, peacekeeping in Banja Luka, Yugoslavia, demand for payment by
            Canada, government position, qu, 2808-09, 2896
  Foreign affairs
     Canada-China relations, government policy, qu, 555
     Yugoslavia, observance of U.N. protocols, qu, 808-09
  Forestry
     Exclusion of Canadian lumber from EEC, qu, 596, 609, 652
Possible removal of U.S. duty on Canadian lumber exports, qu, 1357
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   275
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  Forestry, plight of forest products industry, inquiry, 19, 247-54
     Carmanah Valley, 254
     Clear-cutting, 254
     Comments in European media, 248
     Competitors, 251
     Impact on macroeconomic variables, 250
     Industry's financial position, 249
     Investment, 251
     Memorandum of understanding, 249, 251
     Research and management practices, 251
     Stumpage, 249
     "The State of Forestry in Canada" report, 250
     Value of industry, 253
  Goods and services tax
Impact on Canadian poor, possible changes in regulations, qu, 37
Grey Cup, congratulations to the Toronto Argonauts on winning the Canadian
            professional football championship, 588
  Internal Economy, Budgets and Administration Committee report
52nd, recommending cancellation of policy on travel expenses, 3738-39
  Hutchison, P.C., the late Hon. Bruce, tribute, 2018
  Labour
Air industry, labour practices of Nationair Air Line, qu, 1756, 1968-69
  Leblanc, Hon. Fernand-E., tribute, 1909
  Martin, the late Right Honourable Paul, tribute, 1999-2000
  National Hockey League, impending players' strike, st, 1302-03
  North American Free Trade Agreement
Mexico, labour standards, relocation of Canadian plants, government policy, qu,
            1120-21
Solicitation of Canadian business to relocate in Mexico, government position,
            qu, 2920, 3080
  Patent amendment bill C-91, 2467, 2507-10
     Drug costs, 2508
     Research and development, 2509
  Pharmaceutical industry
Increases in employment since Patent Act amendment, request for statistics, qu,
            2279, 2420
Report of Patented Medicine Prices Review Board reflecting increased drug
            prices and rollbacks, request for information, qu, 2417-18, 2419,
            2522
  Question of privilege, 903-04
  Radio-Canada International
     Effect of cut-backs, st, 260
Effects of cutbacks, funding for government advertising, qu, 1380, 1410
Radio-Canada International, reduction in funding, inquiry, 2650, 2871, 2872-74
     G-7 Group, 2872, 2873
     Satellite television, 2872, 2873
     Shortwave radio, 2871, 2873
  Radio-Canada International, reduction in funding, st, 2875
Republic of South Africa, national referendum, commendation, st, 1116
Senate, living expense allowance, parallel action proposed for House of
            Commons, st, 3730-31
276                    SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93
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Taxation, "Where your tax dollars go", number and distribution of government
            pamphlet, qu, 1354-55, 1409, 1496-97, 1652
  Transport
     Canadian airline industry
  Equivalent taxation situation to American industry, government position, qu,
            2288-90
  Taxation situation, amendment to previous statement, qu, 2291
Shipment of Canadian grain through U.S. ports, government position, qu, 535,
            612
Transport and Communications Committee, Radio Canada International, authority
            to study implications of reduction in funding, 3431, 3509-10
     SCOLA satellite, 3510
Veterans affairs, fiftieth anniversary of the Battle of the Atlantic, st, 3359-
            60
  Yugoslavia
     Human rights violations in Bosnia-Herzegovina, st, 2792
Peacekeeping forces, exposure to unreasonable hazards, requirements for UN
            intervention, qu, 2931-32

Persons with Disabilities amendment bill C-78. 1r, 1649; 2r, 1694-98, 1704-06;
            ref to com, 1706; rep without amdt, 1727-28; 3r, 1771; r.a., chap.
            21, 1992, 1805
  Access, 1695
  Air transportation, 1696
  Airport ramps, 1697, 1698
  Broadcast media, 1696
  Bus industry, 1705
Canadian Disability Rights Council, 1695, 1696, 1697, 1704, 1705
  Citizenship, 1695
  Closed captioning, 1705
  Communications, 1696
  Immigration, 1696, 1697
  Personnel training, 1696
  Sexual assault, 1705
  Testimony in court, 1695
  Toronto Star, quote, 1704
  Transportation, 1705
  Speakers: Senators
     Di Nino, Consiglio, 1694-97, 1771
     Kinsella, Noël A., 1697
     Marsden, Lorna, 1704-06
     Robertson, Brenda, 1697, 1698

Petitions
  Child poverty, 2261-62, 2277, 2286-87, 2347, 2794, 2806
Goods and services tax, 14, 27, 34, 49, 52, 62, 81, 105, 181, 217, 238, 264,
            280, 306, 332, 340, 350, 450, 504, 611, 624, 647, 677, 697, 716,
            740-41, 754, 807-08, 831-32, 866, 879, 898-90, 911, 939, 983-84,
            1012, 1044, 1076, 1104, 1118-19, 1153-54, 1217, 1244, 1304, 1328,
            1282-83, 1353, 1378, 1402-04, 1415, 1437, 1456, 1474, 1494-95,
            1504, 1525, 1537-38, 1546, 1560, 1567-68, 1578-79, 1593, 1615,
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   277
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            1650, 1661-62, 1701, 1729, 1756, 1787, 1828, 1888,        1953,   1967,
            1970, 2000, 2019, 2058-59, 2066, 2071-72, 2101, 2130,     2169,   2183,
            2193, 2221, 2262, 2277, 2287, 2324-25, 2347, 2375-76,     2387,   2415,
            2434, 2517, 2566, 2610-11, 2620, 2650, 2698, 2716,        2764,   3262,
            3319, 3474, 3637
Health and welfare, protection of conscience in medical procedures,   3474
  Patent amendment bill C-91, 2650, 2681, 2698, 2763, 2764
Veterans Affairs Committee report "It's Almost Too Late", 217, 333,   336

Petroleum-related Acts in Respect of Canadian Ownership Requirements and to
            Confirm the Validity of a Certain Regulation amendment bill C-106.
            1r, 3473; 2r, 3576-78; ref to com, 3578; rep without amdt, 3643;
            3r, 3699-700; r.a., chap. 47, 1993, 3709
  Frontier development, 3577
  Oil and gas industry, 3577
  Oil reserves, 3578
  Production licences, 3577, 3578
  Speakers: Senators
     Comeau, Gérald, 3576-78
     Lynch-Staunton, John, 3697
     MacEachen, Allan, 3697-98
     Molgat, Gildas, 3578

Petten, Hon. William J.
  Child poverty, presentation of petitions, 2261
  Fisheries
Agreement allowing Portugese and Spanish vessels to harbour at east coast
            ports, request for information, qu, 2593, 2614
Foreign overfishing, depletion of northern cod stocks, inquiry, 1315-17
       Custodial management, 1316
       Fishery Products International plant, 1315
       Information campaign, 1316
       Infrastructure, 1317
       Joint federal-provincial management, 1316
       Long-term income stabilization, 1317
       Marketing, 1317
       Mismanagement, 1316
       Research, 1317
       Seal harvest, 1316
       Seal population, 1316
       Short-term aid, 1317
Foreign overfishing of northern cod, status of negotiations, qu, 1383, 1418
  Newfoundland, Liberal victory in provincial election, st, 3130
  North Atlantic Fisheries Organization
Results of Halifax meetings, government response, qu, 1539, 1653
Opposition Whip in Senate, tributes on retirement (Sept.30/91), 374
     Response, 377
  Patent amendment bill C-91, 2474-75
     Drug costs, 2474
     Drug costs to provinces, 2474
     Jobs, 2474
278                    SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93
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     Patented Medicine Prices Review Board, 2474
     Retroactivity, 2474
     U.S., 2474, 2475
  Smallwood, the late Hon. Joseph Roberts, tribute, 969
Transportation of Dangerous Goods, 1992 amendment bill C-45, 1736-37
     Insecticides, 1736, 1737

Pharmaceutical industry
  Alleged fraudulent pricing practices of drug companies, 2419
Benefit to Canadian consumers from proposed drug patent legislation, government
            position, 2278-79
Chanelling of research funds to eastern and western Canada, government
            position, 2519-20
Changes to drugs patent legislation, government position, 2264-65
  Changes to drug patent regulations, government position, 2522
Comparison cost of drugs in United States and Canada, effect on medicare, 2326
Consequences of proposed drug patent legislation in relation to the North
            American Free Trade Agreement, 2344
Contributions by Pharmaceutical Manufacturers' Association of Canada to
            Conservation fundraising campaign, government position, 2325
Effect on medicare costs of proposed drug patent legislation, 2264-65
Increases in employment since Patent Act amendment, request for statistics,
            2279, 2420
  Made-in-Canada drug policy, 739
  Medical qualifications of Minister of International Trade, 2416
Objection of pharmaceutical companies to United States universal vaccination
            program, 2851
Participation of provinces in hearings of committee on Patent Act amendment
            bill, 1992, government position, 2520-21
Patent Act regulations, restrictions on generic drug companies, qu, 3076-77
     Patented medicines, tabling of regulations, 3100
Reasons for proposed drug patent legislation, request for answer, 2277-78
Referral of Patent Act amendment bill, 1992 to Banking, Trade and Commerce
            Committee, government position, 2520
Refusal to permit Senate pre-study of proposed drug patent legislation, 2326
Report of Patented Medicine Prices Review Board reflecting increased drug
            prices and rollbacks, request for information, 2417-19, 2522
  Request for balanced appointments to Review Board, 743

Phillips, Hon. Orville H.
  Bélisle, the late Hon. Rhéal, tribute, 2256-57
  Canadian Merchant Navy bill S-5, 494
  Internal Economy, Budgets and Administration Committee report
52nd, recommending cancellation of policy on travel expenses, 3736-37
  Kinnear, the late Mary Elizabeth, tribute, 878
  National Defence amendment bill C-77, 1464, 1556
     Capital punishment, 1556
     Courts martial, 1464
     Military courts, 1464
     Military justice system, 1464
Northumberland Strait Crossing bill C-110, 3561-63, 3564, 3569, 3572, 3636,
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   279
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            3680, 3685
     Annual federal subsidy, 3561
     Canso causeway, 3564
     Costs of transportation, 3562
     Employment, 3562
     Environmental assessment, 3562
     Ferry service, 3562
     Financial terms and conditions, 3561
     Fishermen, 3561
     Fixed bridge, 3561
     Highways, 3563
     Tolls, 3562
     Tourist traffic, 3563
Port Warden for the Harbour of Quebec and to amend and consolidate Acts
            Relating to the Office of Port Warden for the Harbour of Montreal
            bill C-14, 455
  Prince Edward Island, felicitations to new premier, 2597
  Selection Committee reports
     1st, Speaker pro tempore, 49
     2nd, membership of committees, 63, 90
       Speaker's ruling, 98
     3rd, membership of committees, 183
     4th, membership of committees, 263, 296
Senate, motion for designation of Room 256-S as "Aboriginal Peoples Room",
            matter ref to com, 3262, 3525, 3527
  Seventh-day Adventist Church in Canada bill S-3, 271
Telefilm Canada, proposed film on October crisis, document tabled, st, 2792
  Tributes on 35th anniversary of entry to Parliament, 1646-49
  Veterans affairs, The Valour and the Horror, inquiry, 3291-96
     Censorship, 3292
     Cost, 3294

Pitfield, Hon. P. Michael
Budget Implementation (government organizations), 1992 bill C-93, 3408
Certain corporations, to dissolve or terminate, bill C-63, 2723-24
     Reorganization, 2724
  Constitution
     Referendum question
  Concurrence in Message from Commons, question of privilege, st, 2069
       Motion for concurrence in message from Commons, 2027-29
          Meech Lake Accord, 2027
          Referendum, 2027, 2028, 2029
  Referendum bill C-81, 1836-37
     Funding, 1837

Points of order, 860
Bill to dissolve or terminate certain corporations, remarks of Senator Stollery
            during debate, 2381
     Speaker's ruling, 2398
  Canada Pension Plan bill C-280, acceptability (Marshall), 687
  Canadian Merchant Navy bill S-5
280                    SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93
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     Speaker's ruling, 493
       Appealed and sustained, 494
       Suspended (Lynch-Staunton), 363
  Debatable motion (Molgat), 2399
  Distribution of report (Corbin), 3592
  Documents in both official languages (Simard), 2668-70
  Lenghty preamble to question (Frith and Kinsella), 453
  Notices of Inquiries (Bonnell), 332
  Order Paper (Everett), 3216-17
  Preamble to question (Austin), 2389
  Question Period (Lynch-Staunton), 2352
  Question Period (Olson), 944-45
Selection Committee report, membership of committees (MacEachen), 89
  Senators' statements, extension of time (Frith), 328
  Social Affairs, Science and Technology Committee
     Third report, response to recommendations (Marshall), 1092
  Sound system (Molgat), 780-81
  Whips (Kelly), 2136

Poitras, Hon. Jean-Marie (resigned May 25/93)
  Banking, Trade and Commerce Committee
     Authority to engage services, 1067
     Authority to examine subject-matter of bill C-92, 2856-57
       Child tax benefit, 2856
       Corporate taxes, 2856
       Deregulation, 2856
       Financial institutions, 2856
       Goods and services tax, 2856
     Authority to meet during sittings of Senate, 573, 1104
Authority to meet outside the precincts of Parliament, 3128-29
Authority to study subject-matters
       Bank bill C-19, 484-86
  Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation amendment bill C-48, 1257-58, 1844
       Cooperative Credit Associations bill C-34, 484-86
       Insurance companies bill C-28, 484-86
       Trust and Loan Companies bill C-4, 484-86
Regulations relating to bill C-99, undertaking by minister, qu, 2895-96
     Reports
  1st, expenses incurred during 2nd Session, 34th Parliament, 475
  2nd, Crown Corporations Dissolution or Transfer Authorization bill C-8, 501
  3rd, Subject-matters of Bills C-4, C-19, C-28 and C-34, 622, 630
       4th, Excise Tax Act, Excise Act bill C-10, 695
  5th, Income Tax, Canada Pension Plan, Cultural Property Export and Import,
             Income Tax Conventions Interpretation, Tax Court of Canada,
             Unemployment   Insurance,   Canada-Newfoundland   Atlantic   Accord
             Implementation, Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Resources
             Accord Implementation amendment bill C-18, 777
       6th, Trust and Loan Companies bill C-4, 805
       7th, Bank bill C-19, 806
       8th, Insurance Companies bill C-28, 806
       9th, Cooperative Credit Associations bill C-34, 806
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   281
==============================================================================

  10th, Telesat Canada Reorganization and Divestiture bill C-38, 849
       11th, Canadian financial institutions, 1060
  12th, Draft regulations re financial institutions, 1401, 1423-26
          Affiliated director, 1425
          Deposit-taking institutions, 1426
          Foreign ownership, 1425
          Joint ventures, 1425
          Minority investments, 1425
          Non-control investments, 1426
          Subsidiaries, 1426
       13th, Special study, 1494
  14th, Subject-matter of Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation bill C-48, 1503,
            1542
          See appendix, p. 1515
       15th, Competition bill C-68, 1537
  16th, Green Shield Canada Prepaid Services Association bill S-10, 1593
  18th, Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation amendment bill C-48
       19th, Bankruptcy, Income Tax amendment bill C-22, 1817
  20th, Customs, Customs Tariff, Excise Tax amendment bill C-74, 1817-18
       21st, Excise Tax, Income Tax amendment bill C-75, 1818
       22nd, Canadian financial institutions, tabled, 1929, 2064
          Conversion, 2064
          Demutualization, 2064
          Mutual insurance companies, 2064
          Policy holders, 2064
       24th, Small Businesses Loans amendment bill C-99, 2893
       25th, interim report on draft regulations, 2928, 3035
  26th, subject-matter of Income Tax amendment bill C-92, tabled, 3073
       27th, Export Development amendment bill C-118, 3243
  28th, Income Tax, Canada Pension Plan, Income Tax Conventions Interpretation,
            Tax Rebate Discounting, Unemployment Insurance amendment bill C-92,
            3243
Special study on draft regulations
  Authority to change date of presentation of final report, 1787, 2905, 2924
  Authority to defer presentation of its report, 2432
       Authority to delay tabling of final report, 1970
       Authority to postpone final report, 2375
       Authority to study financial institutions, 830, 859
Special study on insurance corporations
  Authority to change date of presentation of final report, 2905, 2923-24
  Authority to defer presentation of its report, 2432
       Authority to delay tabling of report, 1494
       Authority to delay tabling of final report, 1970
       Authority to postpone final report, 2375
  Authority to undertake special study of certain insurance compensation
            corporations, 831, 859-60
  Bankruptcy, Income Tax amendment bill C-22, 1844
  Canadian Environmental Assessment bill C-13, 1901-02
     Discrepancies in bill, 1902
Cooperative Credit Associations bill C-34, Trust and Loan Companies bill C-4,
            Bank bill C-19 and Insurance Companies bill C-28, 786, 787-88
282                    SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93
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    American banking industry, 787
    Competitiveness, 787
    Consumer protection, 787, 788
    Financial institutions, 787
    Harmonization, 787, 788
    Insurance industry, 787
    Regulating policies, 787
  Excise Tax and Excise bill C-10, 725
  Goods and Services Tax, st, 805
  Resignation from Senate, notice and tributes, st, 3236-41
  Tremblay, Hon. Arthur, tribute, 1751-52

Port   Wardenfor the Harbour of Quebec and to amend and consolidate Acts
            Relating to the Office of Port Warden for the Harbour of Montreal
            bill C-14. 1r, 81; 2r, 125-26, 336-38, 344-47; ref to com, 347; rep
            without amdt, 411; 3r, 455; r.a., chap. 32, 1991, 526
  Speakers: Senators
    Cogger, Michel, 125
    Davey, Keith, 125-26, 345, 346
    Frith, Royce, 337, 338, 346, 347
    Murray, Lowell, 336-37, 338, 345-47

Postal Services Continuation bill C-40. 1r, 507; 2r, 508-12; ref to Committee
            of the Whole, 512; considered in Committee of the Whole, Hon.
            Gerald R. Ottenheimer in the Chair, Hon. Marcel Danis, Mr. Jean-
            Claude Parrot and Mr. Harold Dunstan taking part in the debate,
            512-26; rep without amdt, 526; 3r, 526; r.a., chap. 35, 1991, 526
  Arbitration, 509, 510, 511
  Bargaining, 508, 509, 510, 511
  Collective agreements, 509
  Conciliation board, 508, 509, 511
  Crown corporation, 511
  Labour relations, 508
  Mediator, 509
  Negotiations, 508
  Right to strike, 511
  Rotating strikes, 512
  Speakers: Senators
     Bosa, Peter, 520, 525
     David, Paul, 515
Frith, Royce, 509-11, 513, 514, 515. 517, 518, 519, 520, 521, 522, 523
     Molgat, Gildas L., 515, 519, 520, 523, 524
     Murray, Lowell, 508-09, 511-12, 520-21
     Olson, H.A., 524-25
       and in Committee of the Whole
     Danis, Hon. Marcel, Minister of Labour, 512
Dunstan, Mr. Harold, Vice-President of Human Resources, Canada Post, 521, 522-
            23, 524, 525
Parrot, Mr. Jean-Claude, President, Canadian Union of Postal Workers, 516-20

Poverty in Canada
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   283
==============================================================================

  Legitimacy of food banks, government position, 2416, 2419-20
  Negative impact of social programs, government statistics, 2416
Redefinition of poverty levels, government policy, qu, 3399-400, 3431-32

Precincts of Parliament, safety in the workplace, 741

Prime Ministers of Canada, rating of excellence, 2566

Prince Edward Island
Amendments to constitution relating to fixed link, government position, 2352
  Appointment of citizenship court judges, qu, 3346
  Closure of research station, effect on oyster industry, 1545
Commitment of federal government to building of fixed link, 2378
  Cradle of Confederation, st, 2925-26
Cuts to federal funding of juvenile justice services, 1382, 1410
Federal-provincial arrangement for highway construction, omission of P.E.I.,
            qu, 3153-54
  Felicitations to new premier, 2597, 2791-92
  Fixed link
Effect of increased traffic on highways, federal assistance, government policy,
            qu, 3078, 3133-34
Effect on operation of ferry service, government position, 556
Environmental and fisheries concerns, government position, 2434-35, 2682, 2702
     Environmental assessment, st, 3073
Location of construction headquarters, government position, 533, 652
Public disclosure of contents of agreement, government position, 2435
     Request for status report, qu, 3078, 3245-46
     Status of project, 1954-55, 2021, 2076-77, 2180
  Potato virus, effect on agriculture industry and economy, 936
  Provincial election, Liberal victory, st, 2968-69, 2970

Privacy Commissioner
  Annual reports, tabled, 330, 1950

Privilege, questions of
  Rules of the Senate (Kelly) 101
     Application of new rules (Haidasz) 260, 271
  Senate, committee proceedings (Molgat), 581
Ref to Standing Committee on Internal Economy, Budgets and Administration, 582
  Standing Rules and Orders Committee report (Frith), 200
Veterans affairs, The Valour and the Horror, behaviour of CBC (Marshall), 3746-
            48

Privileges, standing rules and orders
  Notice of motion to suspend rule, 594, 620
     Speaker's ruling deferred, 632, 671
     Speaker's ruling, motion removed from order paper, 692

Privileges, Standing Rules and Orders, Standing Senate Committee
  Additional membership, 937
Authority to consider propriety and constitutionality of amendments to Rules of
284                    SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93
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            the Senate, 983, 1011, 1179-82, 1449, 1490-91, m in amdt, 1722, as
            amended, 1748, 1815-16, 1966
     Amendments, 1491
     Constitutionality, 1491
     Membership, 1490
     Procedure, 1490
     Quorum, 1491
     Speaker: Senator
       Lynch-Staunton, John, 1490-91
  Authority to engage services, 3107
Committee to review rules, request for submission of amendments, 1613
Government failure to comply with order of the Senate, matter referred to
            standing committee, 3591, 3729
  Membership, 63
Motion to refer question of privilege to standing committee, 2762
  Reports
     1st, rules changes, 106, 200, 223, adopted, 242
       Amendments, 201
       Closure, 244
       Modernization, 243
       Pre-study, 202
       Privilege, 200
       Role of the Speaker, 243
       Time limits, 202, 243
       See appendix p 133
2nd, expenses incurred during 2nd session, 34th Parliament, 107
3rd, 2892, 2914, 2922-23, 3102-03, 3146-47, 3420-21, adopted, 3720
       Speakers: Senators
          Corbin, Eymard, 3421, 3720
          Frith, Royce, 3103
          Gigantès, Philippe Deane, 3147
          Grimard, Normand, 3420-21
          Lynch-Staunton, John, 3103, 3146-47
          MacDonald, Finlay, 3103
          Molgat, Gildas, 3102-03
4th, 2893, 2914, 3102-03, 3146-47, 3172, 3420-21, adopted, 3491-93
       Speakers: Senators
          Corbin, Eymard, 3421
          Frith, Royce, 3103
          Gigantès, Philippe Deane, 3147
          Grimard, Normand, 3420-21
          Lynch-Staunton, John, 3103, 3146-47
          MacDonald, Finlay, 3103
          Molgat, Gildas, 3102-03
     5th, privilege-Senator Carney, 3219, 3264-65, adopted, 3466
       Speakers: Senators
          Carney, Pat, 3264-65
          Corbin, Eymard, 3265
          Grimard, Normand, 3265
       See appendix p 3234
  Reprinting and distribution of Rules of the Senate, 3730
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   285
==============================================================================

  Status of work of committee, 2134-35

Privy Council Office
  Increase in spending, government position, 780-82

Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) bill C-9.     1r, 278; 2r, 280-81; ref to
            Committee of the Whole, 281; considered in Committee of the Whole,
            Hon. Rhéal Bélisle in the Chair, Hon. Gilles Loiselle and Mr. James
            McCollum taking part in the debate, 287-91; rep without amdt, 296;
            3r, 309; r.a., chap. 26, 1991, 325
  Banks, 290
  Canada Gazette, 289
  Definition of financial institutions, 288
  Prepublication, 289
  Record-keeping requirements for financial institutions, 280, 281
  Transactions of $10,000 or more, 290
  Speakers: Senators
     Doody, William, 287, 288
     Frith, Royce, 289
     Kinsella, Noël, 290
     Neiman, Joan, 290
     Nurgitz, Nathan, 278
     Stanbury, Richard, 280-81, 288, 289, 290-91
       and in Committee of the Whole
Loiselle, Hon. Gilles, P.C., President of Treasury Board, 288-89, 290, 291
     McCollum, James, Chief Industry Analyst, Dept. of Finance, 290

Productivity, 40

Progressive Conservative Party, status of leadership convention, qu, 2907

Program spending, 42, 45

Prud'homme, Hon. Marcel (introduced in the Senate June 1/93)
  Angus, Hon. Sen. W. David, welcome to new senator, st, 3495
Elections Act, Lortie Committee recommendations, government position, qu, 3744-
            45
  Foreign affairs, reestablishment of embassy in Beirut, qu, 3746
  Internal Economy, Budgets and Administration Committee report
     51st, travel expenses, 3714-15
Montreal, inauguration of Senator Azellus Denis Park, st, 3528-29
  New senators, introduction, 3391-92
  Northumberland Strait Crossing bill C-110, 3685, 3686-87
  St. Germain, P.C., Hon. Gerry, welcome to Senate, st, 3732

Public Sector Compensation bill C-29. 1r, 377; 2r, 377-88; ref to Committee of
            the Whole, 388; considered in Committee of the Whole, Hon. Gerald
            R. Ottenheimer in the Chair, Mr. Daryl Bean and Mr. Gilles Loiselle
            taking part in the debate, 389-407; rep without amdt, 407; 3r, 407;
            r.a., chap. 30, 1991, 408
  Arbitration, 383
286                    SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93
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  Bank of Canada, salary of Governor, 381
  Bargaining, 380, 386, 388
  Bonuses, 385
  Budget, 380
  Competitiveness, 387
  Contracts, 379
  Fairness, 383
  Grain inspectors, 385, 386
  Housing allowance, 381
  Inequitable application, 380
  Inflation, 379
  Labour-management relations, 384
  Negotiation, 387, 388
  Pay equity, 387
  Right to strike, 382
  Trade surplus, 378
  Wage restraint program, 378
  Women, 387
  Zero per cent raise, 385
  Speakers: Senators
     Barootes, Efstathios, 385, 392-93, 397
     Bolduc, Roch, 377-79
     Di Nino, Consiglio, 392
     Frith, Royce, 379-82, 391, 399, 400-01, 405, 406
     Kinsella, Noël, 396
     MacEachen, Allan, 392, 401, 402, 404, 405
     Marsden, Lorna, 386-87
     Molgat, Gildas, 389, 395, 404
     Molson, Hartland de M., 402, 403
     Murray, Lowell, 385, 388, 406
     Olson, H.A., 384-86, 393, 394, 397, 403
     Robichaud, Louis-J., 397
     Roblin, Duff, 382-84
     Simard, Jean-Maurice, 394
     Stanbury, Richard, 387-88
     Thériault, Norbert, 398
       and in Committee of the Whole
Bean, Daryl, National President, Public Service Alliance of Canada, 389-92,
            393, 394, 395, 396, 397-98
Loiselle, Hon. Gilles, President of Treasury Board and Minister of State
            (Finance), 398-99, 400, 401, 402-03, 404-05

Public Service reform bill C-26. 1r, 2260; 2r, 2314-17, 2359-66, on div; ref to
            com, 2366; rep without amdt, 2556; 3r, on div, 2585-90; r.a., chap.
            54, 1992, 2593
  Accountability, 2586
  Civil Service Act, 1908, 2360-61
  Clerk of the Privy Council, role, 2365
  Collective bargaining, 2315
  Contracting out, 2314, 2365, 2586, 2588
  Deployment, 2588, 2363, 2364
                       SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93                   287
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  Evaluation, 2586
  Growth of management, 2586
  Job descriptions, 2363
  Merit career system, 2365
Merit principle, 2314, 2317, 2359, 2360, 2361, 2362, 2363, 2364, 2365, 2366,
            2587
  Merit versus patronage, 2359
  Morale, 2365, 2586
  Patronage, 2360
  Plunkitt of Tammany Hall, quotes, 2359-60
  Pre-study, 2589
  Public Service Commission, regulations, 2365
  Public Service 2000, 2314, 2316, 2317, 2585-86
  Quebec, 2317
  Training and career development, 2586
  Union membership, 2314
  Speakers: Senators
     Bolduc, Roch, 2314-17, 2365-66, 2585-86
     Bonnell, Lorne, 2589-90
     Frith, Royce, 2359-65, 2586-89
     Gigantès, Philippe Deane, 2589, 2590
     Lynch-Staunton, John, 2589
     Molgat, Gildas, 2317

Public Works
Exclusion of maritime firms from     construction   of   fixed   link,   government
             position, 1248, 1381

Quebec, 32
  Impugnation of premier by bureaucrats, 2065
Movement for sovereignty, support by government of France, qu, 3038-39, 3085-86
Transfer of ICAO staff from Montreal, effect on employment, qu, 3182-83, 3249

Quebec flag, broadcasting of Brockville incident, 755, 873

Questions of privilege, 903-04, 1374, 1610, 2600-10, 2771-84, 2926, 2969-70,
            2996, 3011-12, 3036-37, 3748-50
Allegations published concerning Sen. Carney, Speaker's ruling, 3036-37; ref to
            com, 3037
  Remarks of Sen. Gigantès, Speaker's ruling, 2787-88
  Speakers: Senators
     Barootes, Efstathios, 2776, 2781, 2782
     Comeau, Gerald, 2776
     Doody, William, 2781
Frith, Royce, 2772, 2773, 2774-75, 2776, 2777, 2778, 2779, 2780, 2781, 2782,
            2784
     Gigantès, Philippe, 2772, 2782, 2783, 2784
     Grimard, Normand, 2782, 2783
     Lawson, Edward, 2781
Lynch-Staunton, John, 2772, 2773, 2774, 2776, 2777, 2778, 2780, 2783, 2784
     MacDonald, Finlay, 2781
288                    SENATE DEBATES INDEX--1991-92-93
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     MacEachen, Allan, 2783-84
     Marshall, Jack, 3748-50
     Molgat, Gildas, 2774, 2776, 2781, 2782
Murray, Lowell, 2772, 2773, 2774, 2775, 2776, 2777, 2778, 2779, 2780, 2781,
            2782, 2783, 2784
     Stewart, John, 2772, 2773, 2779, 2780

								
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