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Legislative Assembly
Province of Alberta

Day 16

ORDER PAPER

First Session Thirtieth Legislature

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Prayers (1:30 p.m.)
ROUTINE (1:30 p.m.)

O Canada (First sitting day of each week)

Oral Question Period (1:50 p.m. daily) (Day 3)

Introduction of Visitors
Introduction of Guests
Ministerial Statements
Members' Statements
Presenting Reports by Standing and Special Committees
Presenting Petitions
Notices of Motions
Introduction of Bills
Tabling Returns and Reports
Tablings to the Clerk


2ORDERS OF THE DAY

Government Motions

6. Moved by Hon. Mr. Nixon:

Be it resolved that, notwithstanding Standing Order 8(1), the Assembly
shall meet
in the afternoon on Monday, May 27, 2019, for consideration of Government
business.

Adjourned debate: Hon. Mr. McIver

9. Oral notice having been given, Hon. Mr. Nixon to propose the following
motion:

Be it resolved that the Legislative Assembly recognize the right of
Members to
vote freely on all matters of conscience.

10. Oral notice having been given, Hon. Mr. Nixon to propose the following
motion:

Be it resolved that the Legislative Assembly express its opposition to the
practice
of Members changing their caucus affiliation unless that Member is to sit
as an
independent or has resigned and been returned to the Assembly after being
re-elected in a by-election under the new affiliation.

21. Oral notice having been given, Hon. Mr. Nixon to propose the following
motion:

Be it resolved that the Legislative Assembly express its support for the
Government in its efforts to challenge the federal government's attempts
to
impose a carbon tax on Alberta, which this Assembly views as a clear
violation of
provincial jurisdiction, including the launching of a constitutional
challenge if
necessary; acknowledge the negative impacts that a carbon tax has upon the
people of Alberta, including the increased cost to heat homes and run
businesses
in the midst of an economic downturn; and recognize that Alberta's oil and
gas
industries continue to be global leaders in emissions reduction.

22. Oral notice having been given, Hon. Mr. Nixon to propose the following
motion:

Be it resolved that when further consideration of Bill 9, Public Sector
Wage
Arbitration Deferral Act, is resumed, not more than one hour shall be
allotted to
any further consideration of the Bill in Second Reading, at which time
every
question necessary for the disposal of the Bill at this stage shall be put
forthwith.

23. Oral notice having been given, Hon. Mr. Nixon to propose the following
motion:

Be it resolved that when further consideration of Bill 9, Public Sector
Wage
Arbitration Deferral Act, is resumed, not more than six hours shall be
allotted to
any further consideration of the Bill in Committee of the Whole, at which
time
every question necessary for the disposal of the Bill at this stage shall
be put
forthwith.


324. Oral notice having been given, Hon. Mr. Nixon to propose the
following motion:

Be it resolved that when further consideration of Bill 9, Public Sector
Wage
Arbitration Deferral Act, is resumed, not more than two hours shall be
allotted to
any further consideration of the Bill in Third Reading, at which time
every
question necessary for the disposal of the Bill at this stage shall be put
forthwith.

Government Bills and Orders

Second Reading

Bill 5 Appropriation (Supplementary Supply) Act, 2019 ($) Hon. Mr. Toews

Bill 6 Appropriation (Interim Supply) Act, 2019 ($) Hon. Mr. Toews

Bill 8 Education Amendment Act, 2019 Hon. Min. LaGrange

Adjourned debate: Hon. Mr. Shandro

Committee of the Whole

Bill 2 An Act to Make Alberta Open for Business Hon. Mr. Copping

Bill 9 Public Sector Wage Arbitration Deferral Act Hon. Mr. Toews

Third Reading

Bill 7 Municipal Government (Property Tax Incentives) Amendment Act, 2019

Hon. Mr. Madu

Bill 10 Alberta Personal Income Tax Amendment Act, 2019 Hon. Mr. Toews

Bills Awaiting Royal Assent

Bill 3 Job Creation Tax Cut (Alberta Corporate Tax Amendment) Act Hon.
Mr. Toews

Bill 4 Red Tape Reduction Act Hon. Mr. Hunter

Public Bills and Orders Other Than
Government Bills and Orders

Referred to the Standing Committee on Private Bills
and Private Members' Public Bills

Bill 203 An Act to Protect Public Health Care Mr. Feehan (Due Day 21)


4Second Reading

Bill 202 Child, Youth and Family Enhancement (Protecting Alberta's
Children)
Amendment Act, 2019 Mr. Ellis (Time remaining: 101 minutes)

Debate adjourned, Ms Sweet speaking.

Committee of the Whole

Bill 201 Protection of Students with Life-threatening Allergies Act
Ms Armstrong-Homeniuk (Due Day 22)

Motions Other Than Government Motions

505. Mr. Long to propose the following motion:

Be it resolved that the Legislative Assembly urge the Government to
partner
with Alberta's forest industry and the federal government to aggressively
combat the mountain pine beetle infestation in Alberta, and to encourage
the
Government to implement its funding commitment of $5 million to address
the
problem as expeditiously as possible.

506. Ms Renaud to propose the following motion:

Be it resolved that the Legislative Assembly urge the Government to
conduct a
thorough review of access to abortion services and reproductive health
services
in Alberta, take action to remove barriers to these services, and ensure
access to
safe, timely, and equitable services in all communities across the
province.

507. Mr. Feehan to propose the following motion:

Be it resolved that the Legislative Assembly, in recognition of the United
Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and the
traditional
territory of indigenous peoples, urge the Government to undertake robust
consultation with indigenous communities prior to the sale of Crown land
in
northern Alberta, and adopt a comprehensive consultation process as a
standard
for all future proposed Crown land sales.

508. Ms Goodridge to propose the following motion:

Be it resolved that the Legislative Assembly urge the Government to
immediately demand the federal government recognize the benefits Alberta's
oil sands and other fossil fuels provide to the people of Canada in terms
of
economic growth, prosperity, and support for communities across Canada.


5509. Mr. Hanson to propose the following motion:

Be it resolved that the Legislative Assembly urge the Government to
enhance
the biodiversity, health, and economic value of Alberta's lakes by
utilizing the
Cold Lake Fish Hatchery and other tools at the Government's disposal in
order
to increase Alberta's walleye fish stock.

510. Mr. Schow to propose the following motion:

Be it resolved that the Legislative Assembly urge the Government to work
with
the federal government, the United States Government, and the State of
Montana to ensure that the Carway point of entry be operational 24 hours
per
day.

NOTICES

Leave to Introduce a Bill

Bill 11 Fair Registration Practices Act Hon. Mr. Copping

Bill 12 Royalty Guarantee Act Hon. Mrs. Savage

Projected Government Business

Wednesday, June 19 Aft. Government Bills and Orders

As per the Order Paper

Eve. Government Bills and Orders

As per the Order Paper

Thursday, June 20 Aft. Government Bills and Orders

As per the Order Paper

Hon. Nathan M. Cooper,
Speaker

Title: Wednesday, June 19, 2019