No. 36/2009

House of Assembly

Province of Newfoundland & Labrador

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2nd Session – 46th General Assembly

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Wednesday, December 9, 2009

ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS

(a)    Statements by Members

(b)    Statements by Ministers

(c)    Oral Questions

(d)    Presenting Reports by Standing and Select Committees

(e)    Tabling of Documents

(f)    Notices of Motion

(g)    Answers to questions for which notice has been given

(h)    Petitions


ORDERS OF THE DAY

 

1. C Committee of Supply

 

2. C Address in Reply

 

Bills Referred to Committee of the Whole

 

3. C Committee of the Whole on a Bill CAn Act To Amend The Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement Act.” (Bill No. 46)                                               (Aboriginal Affairs)

 

4. C Committee of the Whole on a Bill CAn Act To Amend The Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement Act No. 2.” (Bill No. 47)                                     (Aboriginal Affairs)

 

5. C Committee of the Whole on a Bill C AAn Act Respecting Condominiums.” (Bill No. 48)

                                                                                        (Government Services)

Second Reading Bills

 

6. C Second Reading of a Bill C AAn Act Respecting Public Accountants.” (Bill No. 49)

                                                                                        (Government Services)

 

7. C Second Reading of a Bill C AAn Act To Amend The Petroleum Products Act.” (Bill No. 50)                                                                                           (Government Services)

 

8. C Second Reading of a Bill C AAn Act To Amend The City Of Corner Brook Act, The City Of Mount Pearl Act And The City Of St. John’s Act.” (Bill No. 51)           (Municipal Affairs)

 

9. C Second Reading of a Bill C AAn Act To Amend The City Of Corner Brook Act, The City Of Mount Pearl Act, The City Of St. John’s Act, The City Of St. John’s Municipal Taxation Act And The Municipalities Act, 1999.” (Bill No. 52)                                (Municipal Affairs)

 

10. C Second Reading of a Bill C AAn Act To Amend The Members Of The House Of Assembly Retiring Allowances Act.” (Bill No. 53)             (Finance and President of Treasury Board)

 

11. C Second Reading of a Bill C A An Act To Implement Labour Mobility.” (Bill No. 55)

                                                                                                (Education)

 

        12. C Second Reading of a Bill C AAn Act To Amend The Government Money Purchase Pension Plan Act.” (Bill No. 56)                        (Finance and President of Treasury Board)

 

        13. C Second Reading of a Bill C AAn Act To Amend The Occupational Therapists Act, 2005.” (Bill No. 59)                                                                 (Health and Community Services)

 

14. C Second Reading of a Bill C A An Act To Amend The Rail Service Act, 2009.” (Bill No. 60)                                                                                   (Transportation and Works)

MOTIONS

 

1. C THE HONOURABLE THE GOVERNMENT HOUSE LEADER C To ask leave to introduce a Bill entitled, A An Act To Amend The House Of Assembly Accountability, Integrity And Administration Act.” (Bill No. 54)

 

2. C THE HONOURABLE THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND PRESIDENT OF TREASURY BOARD C To ask leave to introduce a Bill entitled, AAn Act To Amend The Teachers’ Pensions Act.” (Bill No. 57)

 

3. C MR. HARRY HARDING (Bonavista North) C To Move:

 

WHEREAS rural and regional economic development has consistently being among our Government’s highest priorities since 2003;

 

AND WHEREAS our Government since 2003 has consistently demonstrated its commitment to rural Newfoundland and Labrador by implementing a wide range of strategic policies promoting infrastructure, natural resource development, value-added production, diversification, education, innovation, investment, entrepreneurial initiative, business success, family growth, youth retention and attraction, and a reliable social support network;

 

AND WHEREAS in addition to ensuring our rural communities benefit from these initiatives, the Department of Innovation, Trade and Rural Development has established funds dedicated exclusively to rural development totaling $25 million a year, and 80 percent of the Department’s total funding in all of its programs benefits rural Newfoundland and Labrador communities;

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Newfoundland and Labrador House of Assembly affirms its support for the determination of the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador to continue promoting the growth, prosperity and sustainability of our rural and regional economies.”

 

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Published under the authority of the Speaker of the

House of Assembly by Earl G. Tucker, Queen's Printer