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Hansard Subject Index
29th Legislature, 3rd Session (2017-2018)
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A Better Deal for Consumers and Businesses Act
A Safe Place (women's shelter)
Capital funding ... McKitrick 50-51
Aboriginal business investment fund
Funding ... Ceci 357
Aboriginal children
Family services on reserves See Family and community support services: Services offered on reserves
Removal from families and communities ('60s scoop) ... Feehan 344; Hanson 344; Notley 344
Removal from families and communities ('60s scoop), members' statements ... Hanson 342
Removal from families and communities ('60s scoop), provincial apology proposed ... Feehan 1739-40; Hanson 1739-40
Aboriginal children's education
Education service agreements (ESAs) ... Aheer 2030; Carson 2172; Clark 2173; Eggen 1981; Hanson 2028; Luff 2029-30; McKitrick 2169; Smith 2027, 2169
Education service agreements (ESAs), laws and legislation See School Amendment Act, 2017 (Bill 28)
Funding See Education finance
General remarks ... Horne 81
Northern Alberta children See Northland school division No. 61
Aboriginal communities
Climate leadership plan participation See Indigenous climate leadership initiative
Climate leadership plan participation, funding from supplementary supply ... Feehan 167-68; McKitrick 167
Drinking water quality See Water quality: Drinking water, aboriginal communities
Economic development initiatives ... Feehan 1645; Hinkley 1645
Fentanyl use prevention and mitigation ... Payne 121; Smith 121
Fentanyl use prevention and mitigation, provincial consultation on ... Payne 667; Rodney 667
Flood recovery funding ... Feehan 169; Gotfried 169
Opioid-related deaths See Opioid use: Deaths
Opioid treatment services ... Fildebrandt 1681; Payne 1681
Opioid use prevention and mitigation, funding from supplementary supply ... Feehan 162; Swann 162
Polling places, laws and legislation See Act to Strengthen and Protect Democracy in Alberta, An (Bill 32)
Postsecondary education access See Postsecondary educational institutions admissions (enrolment): Aboriginal students
Programs and services ... Horne 80-81; Speech from the Throne 4; Swann 99
Water supply, Whitefish (Goodfish) Lake First Nation See Beaver River Basin Water Authorization Act (Bill 20)
Aboriginal consultation
Consultation on Springbank reservoir project See Flood damage mitigation: Springbank reservoir project, consultation with Tsuut'ina First Nation
Energy industry environmental liability management review ... McCuaig-Boyd 1038; Rosendahl 1038
General remarks ... Feehan 1645-46; Hinkley 1645
Municipal consultation See Municipalities: Consultation with communities
Aboriginal History Month, National
Aboriginal peoples
[See also Aboriginal children; Aboriginal women; Alexis First Nation; Enoch First Nation; Kainai First Nation; Kapawe'no First Nation; Métis; Siksika First Nation; Stoney Nakoda First Nation; Tsuut'ina First Nation; ]
Discrimination against [See also Social inclusion];Swann 403
Employment programs ... Feehan 1211-12; Nielsen 1211
Employment programs, funding from supplementary supply ... Feehan 167; McKitrick 166-67
Programs and services ... Feehan 167, 206-7; Hinkley 76; McKitrick 166; Rodney 206
Programs and services, budgetary surplus ... Feehan 166, 169; Gotfried 166, 169
Programs and services, federal/provincial jurisdiction ... Feehan 234-35
Provincial urban transition strategy (Written Question 2: accepted) ... Hanson 587
Reconciliation process See Reconciliation between aboriginal and nonaboriginal peoples
Urban programs and services (Written Question 1: accepted) ... Hanson 586
Aboriginal relations
General remarks ... Piquette 104
Program and policy review documentation (Motion for a Return 3: carried as amended) ... Cooper 896; Hanson 896; Mason 896
Program and policy review documentation (Motion for a Return 3: carried as amended), amendment to add "excluding confidential cabinet documents" (Mason: carried) ... Mason 896
Provincial relationship agreement See First Nations, Treaty 8: Provincial relationship agreement
Aboriginal relations ministry
Aboriginal women
Missing and murdered women See Violence against women
Programs and services for ... Feehan 618; Malkinson 618
Abortion
Access to ... Renaud 463
Access to, members' statements ... Drever 1744
Abuse of children
Academic Bargaining, An Act to Enhance Post-secondary
Access to Medically Supervised Injection Services, Edmonton
Access to the Future Act
Accessible Housing
Residential program for persons with disabilities ... Turner 1240
Accessible Housing Society
Residential program for persons with disabilities ... Drever 1239-40
Accommodations industry levy
Accountability and ethics select special committee
Accountability in government
Act to Amend the Alberta Bill of Rights to Protect Our Children (Bill 10, 2014)
General remarks ... Jansen 1847-48
Act to Amend the Alberta Bill of Rights to Protect Our Children, An (Bill 10, 2014)
General remarks ... Connolly 1932-33
Act to Cap Regulated Electricity Rates, An (Bill 16)
First reading ... McCuaig-Boyd 1214
Second reading ... Aheer 1272-73, 1277-78; Coolahan 1265-67, 1274; Cooper 1273-74; Cyr 1270-72; Fraser 1267-68; MacIntyre 1263-65, 1271, 1275-76; McCuaig-Boyd 1262-63; Orr 1276-77; Swann 1268-70; Turner 1267
Second reading, motion to refer subject matter of bill to Resource Stewardship Committee (referral amendment) (Cooper: defeated) ... Aheer 1277-78; Coolahan 1274; Cooper 1273-74; MacIntyre 1275-76; Orr 1276-77
Committee ... Aheer 1283-85, 1352-55, 1389-91, 1395; Anderson, W. 1289-91, 1394-95; Clark 1291-94; Coolahan 1282-83, 1285-86, 1352, 1356, 1393, 1404; Cyr 1356-58; Gill 1295-96; Hanson 1394; Hinkley 1352; Hunter 1294-95, 1397-98, 1402-3; Littlewood 1396-97; Loewen 1279-80, 1355-56, 1398-1400; MacIntyre 1280-82, 1286, 1391-94, 1400-1404; McKitrick 1395-96; Nixon 1396; Panda 1296-97, 1351-52, 1405-6; Rosendahl 1286-87; Sabir 1394; Stier 1404-5; Taylor 1287-89
Committee, amendment A1 (economic impact assessments, date of coming into force) (Panda: defeated) ... Aheer 1352-55; Coolahan 1352, 1356; Cyr 1356-57; Hinkley 1352; Loewen 1355-56; Panda 1351-52
Committee, amendment A1 (economic impact assessments, date of coming into force) (Panda: defeated), division ... 1358
Committee, amendment A2 (regulated rate option cap changes) (Aheer: defeated) ... Aheer 1389-91, 1395; Anderson, W. 1394-95; Coolahan 1393; Hanson 1394; Hunter 1397-98; Littlewood 1396-97; MacIntyre 1391-94; McKitrick 1395-96; Nixon 1396; Sabir 1394
Committee, amendment A2 (regulated rate option cap changes) (Aheer: defeated), division ... 1398
Committee, amendment A3 (striking out section 6(1)(g), minister's ability to make regulations) (MacIntyre: defeated) ... MacIntyre 1401-2
Committee, amendment A3 (striking out section 6(1)(g), minister's ability to make regulations on any matter considered necessary) (MacIntyre: defeated), division ... 1402
Committee, amendment A4 (striking out section 6(1)(f), regulations amending Alberta Utilities Commission and Market Surveillance Administrator powers, duties, or functions) (MacIntyre: defeated) ... Coolahan 1404; MacIntyre 1403-4; Panda 1405-6; Stier 1404-5
Committee, points of order on debate ... Chair 1279; Cortes-Vargas 1279; Deputy Chair 1290-91; Hanson 1290; Hunter 1279; Westhead 1290
Committee, points of order on debate, member's apology ... Anderson, W. 1291
Third reading ... Anderson, S. 1514, 1517; Hinkley 1516; MacIntyre 1514-16; McCuaig-Boyd 1514
Third reading, division ... 1517
Royal Assent ... 7 June 2017 (outside of House sitting)
Application to rural electrification associations ... Aheer 1395; Coolahan 1393; Hanson 1394; Hunter 1398; Littlewood 1396-97; Loewen 1398-99; MacIntyre 1393-94, 1515; McKitrick 1395-96; Nixon 1396; Sabir 1394
Energy minister's news release ... Cyr 1270-71
Exclusion of large corporations ... Cyr 1357
Market Surveillance Administrator provisions ... Cooper 1274; Cyr 1270; MacIntyre 1281, 1401, 1403-4, 1515; McCuaig-Boyd 1263; Panda 1405; Stier 1404-5; Swann 1268
Regulations ... Cooper 1274; MacIntyre 1400-1401; McCuaig-Boyd 1263
Stakeholder consultation ... MacIntyre 1392
Act to Control and Regulate Cannabis, An (Bill 26)
First reading ... Ganley 1978
Second reading ... Ganley 2021; Orr 2023-25; Pitt 2021-23; Schmidt 2021, 2026; Shepherd 2025-26
Committee ... Aheer 2089-90, 2092-94, 2097, 2100; Clark 2097- 2100, 2104, 2122; Cooper 2090-92; Ellis 2122, 2124-25; Gill 2125; Goehring 2123-24; Orr 2100-2102; Pitt 2087-88, 2104; Schmidt 2087-89; Smith 2124; Starke 2103-4; Stier 2094-96; Strankman 2096; Sucha 2089, 2096-97, 2099-2100, 2103; Swann 2102-3, 2121-23, 2125
Committee, amendment A1 (public consumption provisions) (Pitt: defeated) ... Aheer 2089-90; Pitt 2087-88; Schmidt 2087-89; Sucha 2089
Committee, amendment A1 (public consumption provisions) (Pitt: defeated), division ... 2090
Committee, amendment A2 (5-year review of act) (Strankman: defeated) ... Aheer 2097; Clark 2097; Strankman 2096; Sucha 2096-97
Committee, amendment A2 (5-year review of act) (Strankman: defeated), division ... 2097-98
Committee, amendment A3 (online sale regulations) (Clark: defeated) ... Aheer 2100; Clark 2098-2100; Sucha 2099-2100
Committee, amendment A3 (online sale regulations) (Clark: defeated), division ... 2100
Committee, amendment A4 (public consumption provisions) (Swann: defeated) ... Clark 2104; Pitt 2104; Starke 2103-4; Sucha 2103; Swann 2102-3, 2121
Committee, amendment A5 (legal age for consumption 21) (Swann: defeated) ... Ellis 2124-25; Gill 2125; Goehring 2123-24; Smith 2124; Swann 2123, 2125
Committee, amendment A5 (legal age for consumption 21) (Swann: defeated), division ... 2126
Committee, points of order on debate ... Chair 2088; Cooper 2090; Feehan 2088; Pitt 2088
Committee, points of order on debate, remarks withdrawn ... Cooper 2090; Schmidt 2090
Third reading ... Anderson, W. 2166-67; Clark 2168; Ganley 2166, 2169; Goehring 2166, 2169; Pitt 2167-68
Royal Assent ... 15 December 2017 (outside of House sitting)
General remarks ... Pitt 2209
Public consumption provisions ... Orr 2024; Pitt 2022-23, 2167-68; Shepherd 2025-26; Stier 2095-96
Regulation development ... Aheer 2092-94
Review of bill ... Anderson, W. 2167
Stakeholder consultation ... Goehring 2166; Schmidt 2021
Act to Enhance Post-secondary Academic Bargaining, An (Bill 7)
First reading ... Schmidt 552
Second reading ... Anderson, W. 680-81; Schmidt 679-81
Committee ... Anderson, W. 812-13; Clark 810-11; Cyr 813-14; Littlewood 836-38; Malkinson 831-33; Piquette 828-29; Rodney 833-35; Schmidt 811-15, 835; Shepherd 829-31
Committee, amendment A1 (transitional provisions) (Clark: defeated) 810-11; Schmidt 811-12
Committee, amendment A2 (extension of effective date) (Anderson, W.: defeated) 812-13; Schmidt 813
Committee, amendment A2 (extension of effective date) (Anderson, W.: defeated), division ... 813
Committee, points of order on debate ... Chair 836; Ganley 836; Rodney 835-36
Third reading ... Anderson, W. 866; Schmidt 865-66
Royal Assent ... Lieutenant Governor 879-80
Stakeholder consultation ... Cyr 813-14; Littlewood 836-37; Piquette 828; Schmidt 814-15; Shepherd 829-30
Strike provisions, emergency tribunals ... Schmidt 815
Act to Protect Gas and Convenience Store Workers, An (Bill 19)
First reading ... Gray 1610
Second reading ... Coolahan 1653; Cyr 1651-53; Gray 1648-49; Schreiner 1650-51; Smith 1649-50; Swann 1651
Committee ... Connolly 1695-96; Coolahan 1695; Littlewood 1696-97; Turner 1697; Westhead 1695; Woollard 1697
Third reading ... Coolahan 1729-31; Ganley 1730; Gray 1729; Hunter 1729-30; McPherson 1730
Royal Assent ... 15 December 2017 (outside of House sitting)
Act to Protect the Health and Well-being of Working Albertans, An (Bill 30)
First reading ... Gray 2000
Second reading ... Aheer 2241-43; Anderson, W. 2237-38; Barnes 2142-44; Clark 2136-37, 2332-34; Connolly 2243; Coolahan 2135-36, 2214, 2277-78, 2336-38, 2350-51; Cooper 2232-34, 2275-76; Cyr 2148-51, 2210, 2212, 2216, 2218, 2222-24, 2236-37, 2240-42, 2336; Drysdale 2274-76; Ellis 2217-18; Fraser 2445-46; Gill 2225, 2230-32; Gotfried 2134-36; Gray 2131-32; Hanson 2213-14; Hunter 2132-34, 2139, 2143, 2210-13; Loewen 2136, 2141, 2146-48, 2350, 2445-48, 2450-52; MacIntyre 2214-16; McIver 2139-42, 2238; McPherson 2453; Nielsen 2137, 2139, 2210, 2334-36, 2338; Nixon 2232, 2234, 2338-50; Notley 2448-50; Orr 2235-37, 2443-45; Panda 2276-77, 2448, 2450-51; Pitt 2151, 2209-10; Schneider 2137-39; Smith 2223-25; Stier 2238-40; Strankman 2214. 2220-23; van Dijken 2144-46, 2150, 2452-53; Yao 2218-21
Second reading, motion to refer bill to Alberta's Economic Future Committee (referral amendment REF1) (Gotfried: defeated) ... Aheer 2241-43; Anderson, W. 2237-38; Barnes 2142-44; Clark 2136-37; Connolly 2243; Coolahan 2135-36, 2214, 2277-78; Cooper 2232-34, 2275-76; Cyr 2146, 2148-51, 2210, 2212, 2216, 2218, 2222-24, 2236-37, 2240-42; Drysdale 2274-76; Ellis 2217-18; Gill 2225, 2230-32; Gotfried 2134-36; Hanson 2213-14; Hunter 2139, 2143, 2210-13; Loewen 2136, 2141, 2146-48; MacIntyre 2214-17; McIver 2139-42, 2238; Nielsen 2137, 2139, 2210; Nixon 2232, 2234; Orr 2235-37; Panda 2276-77; Pitt 2151, 2209-10; Schneider 2137-39; Smith 2223-25; Stier 2238-40; Strankman 2214, 2220-23; van Dijken 2144-46, 2150; Yao 2218-21
Second reading, motion to refer bill to Alberta's Economic Future Committee (referral amendment REF1) (Gotfried: defeated), division ... 2278
Second reading, motion to refer bill to Alberta's Economic Future Committee (referral amendment REF1) (Gotfried: defeated), motion to adjourn debate (Connolly: carried), division ... 2243
Second reading, motion to refer bill to Alberta's Economic Future Committee (referral amendment REF1) (Gotfried: defeated), motion to adjourn debate (Gill: carried unanimously), division ... 2225
Second reading, motion to not now read to allow for consultation (reasoned amendment REA1) (Nixon: defeated) ... Coolahan 2350-51; Fraser 2445-46; Loewen 2350, 2445-48, 2450-52; McPherson 2453; Nixon 2341-50; Notley 2448-50; Orr 2443-45; Panda 2448, 2450-51; van Dijken 2452-53
Second reading, motion to not now read to allow for consultation (reasoned amendment REA1) (Nixon: defeated), division ... 2453-54
Second reading, relevance of debate ... Acting Speaker (Sweet) 2211, 2224-25, 2231
Second reading, Speaker's rulings ... Speaker, The 2451
Second reading, division ... 2454
Committee ... Clark 2495, 2499, 2501, 2504-6; Coolahan 2492; Ellis 2493-94; Fitzpatrick 2509-10; Gray 2489-91, 2497-2506; Hunter 2490-93, 2496-98, 2500-2505, 2508-9; Littlewood 2491-92; MacIntyre 2493; Nielsen 2493, 2496; Nixon 2506; Panda 2509; Smith 2494-95, 2498, 2502
Committee, amendment A1 (work in private dwellings, prime contractor designation, coming-into-force date, definition of first responder to include correctional officers and emergency dispatchers, removal of cap on workers' compensation payments) (Gray: carried) ... Coolahan 2492; Ellis 2493-94; Gray 2489-91; Hunter 2490-93; Littlewood 2491-92; MacIntyre 2493; Nielsen 2493; Smith 2494-95
Committee, amendment A2 (provisions for nonprofit organizations) (Clark: defeated) ... Clark 2495; Nielsen 2496
Committee, amendment A3 (review of OHS regulations) (Hunter: defeated) ... Hunter 2496; Nielsen 2496
Committee, amendment A3 (review of OHS regulations) (Hunter: defeated), division ... 2496
Committee, amendment A4 (WCB board of director appointments) (Hunter: defeated) ... Gray 2497-99; Hunter 2496-98; Smith 2498
Committee, amendment A5 (code of conduct review) (Clark/McPherson: defeated) ... Clark 2499; Gray 2500; McPherson 2499
Committee, amendment A6 (occupational disease and injury advisory committee appointments) (Hunter: defeated) ... Gray 2500; Hunter 2500
Committee, amendment A6 (occupational disease and injury advisory committee appointments) (Hunter: defeated), division ... 2500-2501
Committee, amendment A7 (creative sentencing provisions) (Clark: defeated) ... Clark 2501; Gray 2501
Committee, amendment A8 (employer presence during work-site inspections) (Hunter: defeated) ... Gray 2502-3; Hunter 2501-3; Smith 2502
Committee, amendment A8 (employer presence during work-site inspections) (Hunter: defeated), division ... 2503
Committee, amendment A9 (research and education program funding) (Hunter: defeated) ... Gray 2504; Hunter 2503-4
Committee, amendment A10 (educational materials and strategies explaining worker rights) (Clark/McPherson: defeated) ... Clark 2504-5; Gray 2505; McPherson 2504
Committee, amendment A11 (insurable earning level) (Hunter: defeated) ... Clark 2506; Hunter 2505-6
Third reading ... Clark 2527; Gray 2525-26; Hunter 2526-27; Miller 2527-28
Third reading, division ... 2528
Royal Assent ... 15 December 2017 (outside of House sitting)
Bill title ... Clark 2137
Coming-into-force date ... Clark 2333; Cyr 2148; Hunter 2212; Loewen 2141, 2148; McIver 2141-42; Nielsen 2334
Consumer bill of rights provisions ... McLean 2226
Creative sentencing provisions ... Hunter 2211
Economic impact ... Hunter 2526
Government press release ... Cyr 2218
Implementation ... McIver 2140, 2238
Implementation cost ... Barnes 2144; Cyr 2236-37; Hunter 2133; Strankman 2222; van Dijken 2145
Incident reporting provisions ... Anderson, W. 2237; Nixon 2349; Strankman 2220; Yao 2220-21
Information-sharing provisions ... Loewen 2147
Mandatory joint work-site health and safety committee provisions ... Coolahan 2277-78, 2336-37; Hunter 2132-33, 2213; Loewen 2146-47; Nielsen 2334-36; Nixon 2341-42; Notley 2449-50; Orr 2236; Panda 2276-77; van Dijken 2144-46
Occupational disease and injury advisory committee provisions 2219; Hunter 2211; MacIntyre 2215-16; Yao 2219
OHS claim appeal provisions ... Barnes 2143; Hunter 2133
Provisions for worker refusal of unsafe work ... Clark 2333, 2527; Coolahan 2214, 2337, 2351; Hanson 2213-14; Hunter 2526; Loewen 2477; McPherson 2453; Nielsen 2335; Nixon 2339; Panda 2451; Smith 2224
Stakeholder consultation ... Aheer 2241-43; Barnes 2142-44; Clark 2136-37; Connolly 2243; Coolahan 2277, 2337-38; Cyr 2149-50, 2210, 2218, 2222-23, 2236-37, 2240-42; Ellis 2218; Gill 2225, 2230-32; Gray 2489-90; Hunter 2139, 2143, 2212, 2492-93, 2508-9, 2526-27; Littlewood 2492; Loewen 2136, 2147-48, 2447-48, 2450; MacIntyre 2493; McIver 2238; Nielsen 2137, 2493; Nixon 2232, 2340; Notley 2448-49; Orr 2235-37; Panda 2276-77, 2448; Pitt 2151; Schneider 2138-39; Smith 2223, 2225; Stier 2238-40; Strankman 2221-23; van Dijken 2145-46; Yao 2218-19
Stakeholder consultation, online survey ... Cyr 2216; MacIntyre 2215-16; Nielsen 2210; Pitt 2209-10
Technical briefing on bill ... Cyr 2148-49; Hunter 2213
Time for debate ... Anderson, W. 2237; Coolahan 2492; Ellis 2217; Hunter 2210-11, 2492-93; Loewen 2445, 2447-48, 2451-52; Nixon 2344-45, 2348; Orr 2236, 2443, 2445; Pitt 2209-10; Smith 2223, 2495
WCB fair practices office establishment ... Clark 2136; Hunter 2133
Workplace bullying and harassment provisions ... Coolahan 2337-38; Fitzpatrick 2509-10; Hunter 2526; Nixon 2342
Act to Reduce Cannabis and Alcohol Impaired Driving, An (Bill 29)
First reading ... Mason 1903
Second reading ... Aheer 1963; Anderson, W. 1961-62; Drysdale 1960-61; Mason 1959-60, 1965-66; Miller 1962; Swann 1963-64; Turner 1964-65
Committee ... Cyr 1983-84, 2054-56, 2062-63; Dach 1985; Drysdale 2059-60; Ellis 2032, 2035, 2063-65; Hanson 2053-54; Loewen 2065; Mason 2031-32, 2034-35, 2037, 2054, 2056, 2059-60, 2065-66; McIver 2032-34, 2038-39, 2053, 2065; Miller 2063; Nixon 2059; Pitt 2035-37; Shepherd 2059; Starke 2056-58; Strankman 2037-38; Swann 2058-59; Turner 1982-83, 2061-62; van Dijken 2060-61; Westhead 1985; Yao 2039
Committee, amendment A1 (proposed section 88.11 (1), correction of bill name reference) (Mason: carried) ... Mason 2031-32
Committee, amendment A2 ruled out of order ... Deputy Chair 2032; Ellis 2032
Committee, amendment A2 (5-year review of act) (Ellis: defeated) ... Ellis 2035; Hanson 2053-54; Mason 2037; McIver 2038-39; Pitt 2035-37; Strankman 2037-38; Yao 2039
Committee, amendment A3 (zero tolerance for all drivers) (van Dijken: defeated) ... Cyr 2062-63; Ellis 2063-65; Loewen 2065; Mason 2065-66; McIver 2065; Miller 2063; Turner 2061-62; van Dijken 2060-61
Committee, points of order on debate ... Deputy Chair 2038; Littlewood 2038; Mason 2038; McIver 2038
Third reading ... Clark 2119; Drysdale 2118; Ellis 2118-19; Mason 2117-18
Royal Assent ... 15 December 2017 (outside of House sitting)
Administrative penalty provisions ... Swann 2058
Comparison with other jurisdictions' legislation ... McIver 2033-34
General remarks ... Pitt 2209
Implementation cost ... Anderson, W. 1961
Provisions for driver's licence suspension appeals ... Turner 1982-83
Provisions for driver's licence suspensions ... Mason 1959, 2117-18
Provisions for regulations on electronic documents and signatures ... Mason 1960
Stakeholder consultation ... Miller 1962; Turner 1965
Zero tolerance provisions for all drivers proposed ... Hanson 2055-56
Zero tolerance provisions for persons with graduated drivers' licences (GDL) ... Drysdale 1960-62; Mason 1959; Pitt 2036
Act to Reduce School Fees, An (Bill 1)
First reading ... Eggen 6
Second reading ... Aheer 85-86; Babcock 241-42; Barnes 241; Connolly 242; Cooper 107, 290; Cortes-Vargas 194-96; Dach 235-37, 285; Dang 109-10; Eggen 82-84; Fitzpatrick 88; Gill 193-94; Hanson 89; Hinkley 283-85; Horne 287-88; Kazim 290-91; Kleinsteuber 282-83; Littlewood 273-74; Luff 105-8; Malkinson 242, 269, 289; Mason 89, 289; McIver 270; McKitrick 192-93; Miller 289-90; Nielsen 290; Piquette 237-38; Renaud 194, 285-87; Rodney 288-89; Shepherd 270-71; Smith 108-9; Sucha 86-88, 107; Swann 88-89; Westhead 237-40, 284, 286-87, 290
Second reading, points of order on debate ... Ganley 239; Hanson 239; Speaker, The 239; Westhead 239
Committee ... Aheer 425-27; Carson 429-30; Connolly 430-31; Dang 558; Eggen 427-29, 431; Swann 556-57; Westhead 424-25
Committee, amendment A1 (striking out section 4, charter schools) (Swann: defeated) ... Dang 558; Swann 556-57
Committee, amendment A1 (striking out section 4, charter schools) (Swann: defeated), division ... 558
Third reading ... Aheer 675-76; Clark 676-77; Drysdale 677; Eggen 674-75, 677-78
Royal Assent ... Lieutenant Governor 879-80
General remarks ... Coolahan 97; Eggen 1509-10; Littlewood 101; McIver 1205; Rodney 1509-10, 1531-32; Sweet 868
Regulatory provisions ... Aheer 85, 427; Eggen 675
Act to Regulate Political Action Committees, An (Bill 214)
First reading ... Swann 2165
Act to Remove Barriers for Survivors of Sexual and Domestic Violence, An (Bill 2)
First reading ... Ganley 67-68
Second reading ... Aheer 315-17; Connolly 317-18; Cooper 319, 321; Cortes-Vargas 315-16, 319-21; Deputy Speaker 339; Fitzpatrick 318-19; Fraser 110-11, 315; Ganley 110; Goehring 315; Jansen 336-38; McPherson 314-16, 319; Orr 322; Pitt 111; Rodney 316; Schreiner 315; Starke 337-39; Swann 321, 339; Westhead 111
Committee ... Carson 458-59; Connolly 457; Cooper 457, 459; Drever 457-58; Ganley 455-56; Gill 456-57; Gotfried 457; Swann 455
Committee, amendment A1 (scope, categories of survivors) (Swann: defeated) ... Ganley 455-56; Swann 455
Committee, amendment A2 (provisions for persons with disabilities) (Gill: carried) ... Connolly 457; Cooper 457; Gill 456-57; Gotfried 457
Third reading ... Clark 679; Ellis 678; Ganley 678-79; Pitt 679
Royal Assent ... Lieutenant Governor 879-80
Definition of sexual misconduct ... Ganley 456
General remarks ... Littlewood 102; McPherson 96; Piquette 529; Speaker, The 321-22
Act to Renew Democracy in Alberta, An (Bill 1, 2015)
General remarks ... Coolahan 97
Act to Strengthen and Protect Democracy in Alberta, An (Bill 32)
First reading ... Gray 2190
Second reading ... Aheer 2385-87, 2467, 2472-73; Anderson, W. 2371-73; Clark 2381-82, 2475; Connolly 2302-4, 2380-81; Cooper 2298-2300, 2302-3, 2369-71, 2376, 2378, 2387; Cyr 2312-13, 2384-85; Drysdale 2373-74; Ellis 2315, 2471-73; Gill 2304-5; Gray 2297-98; Hanson 2306- 2308, 2311; Hunter 2372-76; Loewen 2465-66, 2468; Loyola 2308; Malkinson 2309-10; McIver 2374, 2382-83, 2470-71, 2473-75; Orr 2383-85; Panda 2387-88; Pitt 2300-2302; Renaud 2305, 2308-10; Schneider 2469-70; Shepherd 2467-68; Smith 2305-6, 2310-12; Stier 2370, 2376-78; Strankman 2314-16; van Dijken 2378-80; Yao 2313-15
Second reading, motion that bill be not now read and subject matter referred to Legislative Offices Committee (referral amendment REF1) (Pitt: defeated) ... Aheer 2385-87, 2467, 2472-73; Anderson, W. 2371-73; Clark 2381-82; Connolly 2302-4, 2380-81; Cooper 2302-3, 2369-71, 2376, 2378, 2387; Cyr 2312-13, 2384-85; Drysdale 2373-74; Ellis 2315, 2471-73; Gill 2304-5; Hanson 2306-8, 2311-12; Hunter 2372--2376; Loewen 2465-66, 2468; Loyola 2308; Malkinson 2309-10; McIver 2374, 2382-83, 2470-71; Orr 2383-85; Panda 2387-88; Pitt 2301-2; Renaud 2305, 2308-10; Schneider 2469-70; Shepherd 2467-68; Smith 2305-6, 2310-11; Stier 2370, 2376-78; Strankman 2314-16; van Dijken 2378-80; Yao 2313-15
Second reading, motion that bill be not now read and subject matter referred to Legislative Offices Committee (referral amendment REF1) (Pitt: defeated), division ... 2473
Second reading, points of order on debate ... Cooper 2303; Deputy Speaker 2304; Feehan 2303-4
Second reading, division ... 2475-76
Committee ... Clark 2524; Cooper 2511-14, 2517-24; Cyr 2514-16; Feehan 2510-17; Gray 2512-15, 2517-19, 2521-24; Loewen 2519-20; McIver 2516-17; Renaud 2510-11; Shepherd 2520
Committee, amendment A1 (advance and mobile polls, polling places on reserves and Métis settlements, official results reporting, persons designated by Chief Electoral Officer, special ballots, results of recounts, transitional provisions) (Feehan: carried) ... Cooper 2511-14, 2517-18; Cyr 2514-16; Feehan 2510, 2515-17; Gray 2512-15, 2517-18; McIver 2516-17; Renaud 2510-11
Committee, amendment A2 (minimum residency requirement) (Cooper: defeated) ... Cooper 2518-19; Gray 2519; Loewen 2519-20; Shepherd 2520
Committee, amendment A2 (residency requirement) (Cooper: defeated), division ... 2520
Committee, amendment A3 (door-to-door enumeration elimination) (Cooper: defeated) [See also Voter registration];Cooper 2520-21; Gray 2521-22
Committee, amendment A4 (government advertising during election periods) (Cooper: defeated) ... Cooper 2522; Gray 2522-23
Committee, amendment A4 (government advertising during election periods) (Cooper: defeated), division ... 2523
Committee, amendment A5 (election commissioner mandate) (Cooper: defeated) ... Cooper 2523-24; Gray 2524
Committee, amendment A6 (special mobile polls on reserves and Métis settlements) (Clark: carried) ... Clark 2524; Gray 2524
Committee, motion to report bill (carried), division ... 2524-25
Third reading ... Clark 2529; Cooper 2528-29; Gray 2528
Third reading, division ... 2529-30
Royal Assent ... 15 December 2017 (outside of House sitting)
Administrative amendments re lapse of Senatorial Selection Act ... Drysdale 2373; Ellis 2315, 2472; Gill 2305; Hunter 2375; Loewen 2465-66; McIver 2471; Smith 2311
Chief Electoral Officer's response ... Aheer 2386, 2472; Anderson, W. 2371, 2373; Clark 2382, 2475; Cooper 2299, 2302, 2369-71, 2376, 2387, 2420-21, 2511-13, 2521, 2528; Cyr 2384-85; Ellis 2471-72; Hunter 2376; Loewen 2468; McIver 2374, 2474-75; Orr 2383-85; Panda 2388; Pitt 2302; Schneider 2469-70; Shepherd 2467-68; Sigurdson 2420-21; Stier 2370, 2377-78; van Dijken 2379
Election Commissioner provisions ... Anderson, W. 2372; Cooper 2300, 2302, 2517; Gill 2305; Gray 2517-18; McIver 2374, 2470; Yao 2314
Government advertising provisions ... Aheer 2386; Clark 2382; Gray 2297; Loewen 2466; McIver 2474; Strankman 2315
Government announcement provisions ... Strankman 2316
Minimum residency requirement removal ... Aheer 2467, 2472-73; Clark 2475, 2529; Cooper 2299; Drysdale 2373; Gill 2305; Gray 2298; Loewen 2466; McIver 2470-71, 2473; Shepherd 2467-68; Smith 2311; Strankman 2316
Provisions for emergent situations on election days ... Gray 2298
Public education provisions ... Gray 2298
Special ballot provisions ... Gray 2298
Stakeholder consultation ... Gill 2304-5; Stier 2378; Strankman 2316
Third-party advertising provisions ... Cooper 2303, 2513-14, 2523-24, 2528-29; Gray 2297, 2513-14, 2524; McIver 2473-74; Renaud 2309
Time for debate ... Aheer 2385-86; Cooper 2298-99; Gill 2304; Pitt 2300-2301
Transitional provisions ... Cooper 2513-14; Gray 2513-14
Voting procedure provisions ... Cooper 2299; Gray 2297
Act to Strengthen Municipal Government, An (Bill 8)
First reading ... Anderson, S. 577
Second reading ... Anderson, S. 691-92, 783-84; Dach 781-82; Fitzpatrick 696; Hanson 699-700; Jean 716-22; Kleinsteuber 783; Malkinson 782-83; McIver 696-98, 781; Piquette 698-99; Schneider 694-96; Shepherd 780-81; Stier 692-94
Committee ... Aheer 860-61; Anderson, S. 784, 791, 793-94, 840-41, 843, 864; Barnes 843; Cooper 840-41, 844; Cyr 784-85; Fitzpatrick 787, 855-57, 860; Gotfried 861-64; Hanson 790-91; Horne 838-40; McIver 858; Orr 844-45; Payne 787-89; Piquette 794-95, 858, 862; Schneider 864-65; Stier 791-94, 841-44, 855, 857-58; Sucha 789-90; Westhead 785-87; Yao 858-60
Committee, amendment A1 (business improvement area tax) (Anderson, S.: carried) ... Anderson, S. 840-41; Cooper 840-41
Committee, amendment A2 (tax ratio amendment time frame) (Stier: defeated) ... Anderson, S. 843; Barnes 843; Cooper 844; Orr 844-45; Stier 841-44, 855
Committee, amendment A3 (property tax conformity time frame of 10 years) (Stier: defeated) ... Fitzpatrick 860; McIver 858; Piquette 858; Stier 857-58; Yao 858-60
Committee, amendment A3 (property tax conformity time frame of 10 years) (Stier: defeated), division ... 860
Committee, amendment A4 (conservation reserve cancellation provisions) (Gotfried: defeated) ... Gotfried 861-63; Piquette 862
Committee, amendment A4 (conservation reserve cancellation provisions) (Gotfried: defeated), division ... 863
Committee, amendment A5 (conservation reserves, municipal land purchases) (Gotfried: defeated) ... Anderson, S. 864; Gotfried 863-64
Third reading ... Anderson, S. 991-92, 1104-5, 1109; Babcock 995-96; Cortes-Vargas 1001-3; Dach 998, 1000-1001; Drever 994-95; Eggen 1003-4; Fitzpatrick 995; Hanson 1104; Hinkley 1002; Jean 1107-9; Kazim 1105-6; Luff 992-93; Mason 1108-9; McKitrick 1101-2; Piquette 996-98; Schreiner 993-94; Stier 1103-4; Sucha 1000; Turner 998-1000
Third reading, division ... 1109-10
Royal Assent ... 7 June 2017 (outside of House sitting)
Conservation reserve provisions See Municipalities: Conservation reserves
Environmental reserve provisions See Municipalities: Environmental reserves
Input from AUMA and AAMDC ... Aheer 860-61; Anderson, S. 992-93; Cortes-Vargas 1002; Fitzpatrick 696; Hanson 699-700; McIver 697; Piquette 698; Schneider 694-96, 864; Shepherd 780-81; Stier 692-94, 794, 858; Sucha 790; Turner 999
Interjurisdictional collaboration provisions See Municipalities: Consultation with aboriginal communities, legislative provisions
Land-use planning provisions See School boards and districts: Land use, mandatory joint-use planning agreements with municipalities
Ministerial decisions, appeal provisions ... Fitzpatrick 856
Ministerial powers under act ... Fitzpatrick 856; Schneider 864-65
Provisions for consultation with aboriginal communities See Municipalities: Consultation with communities, legislative provisions
Provisions for noncompliance with ministerial orders ... McIver 697; Stier 694
Section 1(14-16), parental leave for councillors See Municipalities: Parental leave for councillors
Section 1(21), transportation infrastructure and off-site levies See Municipal finance: Off-site levies
Sections 14-15 See Municipalities: Parental leave for councillors
Section 31, municipal taxation provisions See Property tax: Tax rate, ratio of residential to nonresidential
Section 63, joint use and planning agreements See School boards and districts: Land use, mandatory joint-use planning agreements with municipalities
Stakeholder consultation ... Fitzpatrick 696; Jean 1108-9; Shepherd 781; Sucha 790
Stakeholder consultation, school boards ... Eggen 1003
Act to Support Gay-Straight Alliances, An (Bill 24)
First reading ... Eggen 1726-27
Second reading ... Aheer 1838-40, 1842; Babcock 1800; Clark 1801; Connolly 1773-74, 1834, 1836; Coolahan 1802-3; Cortes-Vargas 1840; Eggen 1769-71, 1846; Feehan 1844; Fraser 1835-36; Luff 1836-38; McKitrick 1796-97; McPherson 1773; Miranda 1797, 1799-1800, 1836; Notley 1844-46; Phillips 1801-2; Pitt 1798-99; Shepherd 1774, 1833-35; Smith 1771-72; Sucha 1840-42; Westhead 1835, 1837, 1842-44
Second reading, points of order on debate ... Acting Speaker (Sweet) 1798; Mason 1798; McIver 1798
Second reading, points of order on debate, remarks withdrawn ... Pitt 1798
Second reading, division ... 1846
Committee ... Connolly 1849, 1851; Cortes-Vargas 1855, 1871-73; Dach 1854-55; Eggen 1849; Ellis 1848-49; Fitzpatrick 1853; Hoffman 1849-50; Horne 1852-53; Jansen 1847-48; Littlewood 1850-51; Malkinson 1917-18; Payne 1918-19; Piquette 1874-75; Renaud 1853-54; Shepherd 1851; Swann 1870-71; Turner 1875; Woollard 1873-74
Committee, amendment A1 (application of School Act parental notification provisions) (Ellis: defeated) ... Connolly 1849, 1851; Eggen 1849; Ellis 1848-49; Hoffman 1849-50; Littlewood 1850-51; Shepherd 1851
Committee, amendment A1 (application of School Act parental notification provisions) (Ellis: defeated), division ... 1852
Committee, motion to rise and report progress (Bilous: carried), division ... 1875
Committee, concurrence in report (carried), division ... 1919
Third reading ... Aheer 1921-24; Carson 1930-31; Clark 1931-32; Connolly 1925, 1927, 1932-33; Cortes-Vargas 1924-25, 1930; Drever 1927-28; Eggen 1921, 1934-35; Feehan 1933-34; Fildebrandt 1929-30; McPherson 1929; Smith 1926-27
Third reading, points of order on debate ... Aheer 1923; Mason 1922-23; Speaker, The 1923
Third reading, division ... 1935
Royal Assent ... 15 December 2017 (outside of House sitting)
Free vote in the Assembly proposed ... Westhead 1843
General remarks ... Cortes-Vargas 1823
Member to be absent for vote ... Aheer 1923
United Conservative Party leader's remarks ... Connolly 1927; Smith 1926-27
Act to Support Orphan Well Rehabilitation, An (Bill 14)
First reading ... McCuaig-Boyd 1090
Second reading ... Babcock 1145-46; Ceci 1150; Cooper 1150-51; Fraser 1146; Littlewood 1147-48; Mason 1148; McCuaig-Boyd 1144-45; Rosendahl 1148-49; Schmidt 1151-52; Swann 1150
Committee ... Babcock 1225-26; Barnes 1226-27; Dach 1228-29; Gotfried 1230; Piquette 1229-30; Swann 1227-28
Third reading ... Barnes 1245; McCuaig-Boyd 1244-46; McPherson 1245; Rosendahl 1245-46
Royal Assent ... 7 June 2017 (outside of House sitting)
Stakeholder consultation ... McCuaig-Boyd 1145
Acute health care facilities
See Hospitals;
Acute health care system
Addiction and mental health officer
Position elimination ... Payne 1255; Smith 1255
Addiction and mental health strategy
Implementation, Auditor General's recommendations ... Hoffman 1133; Smith 1133
Strategy development ... Payne 2111; Swann 2111
Addiction treatment
[See also Fentanyl use; Opioid use; ]
Central Alberta services ... Hoffman 1976; MacIntyre 1976
Co-ordination between Health ministry and Alberta Health Services ... Payne 121; Smith 121
Facility closures ... Clark 1971-72; Hoffman 1972, 1977
Facility oversight ... Clark 1971-72; Hoffman 1971-72
Funding ... Ceci 358; Gotfried 37
Hours of service ... Hoffman 872; Swann 872
Integration with mental health services See Mental health services: Integration with addiction treatment
Opioid treatment for youth ... Fildebrandt 1862-63; Payne 1862-63
Outcome measurement, members' statements ... Swann 2164
Programs and services ... Feehan 40; Payne 124; Sabir 124; Schreiner 32-33; Shepherd 124
Rural services ... Cortes-Vargas 1995; Hoffman 1976; MacIntyre 1976; Payne 1995
Services for aboriginal youth ... Swann 868
Services for rural youth ... Fildebrandt 1681; Payne 1681
Suboxone use, funding for ... Payne 1255; Smith 1255
Addictions and mental health officer
Adjournment of the Legislature
Adolescent psychiatric care
Adoption Termination Act, Paula Jean Anderson
Adult care workers
Adult guardianship/trusteeship
Auditor General's recommendations ... Ganley 301; Pitt 301
Adult learning
Literacy programs ... Kazim 1332; Schmidt 1332
Adult learning centre, Calgary
Advanced Education ministry
Advanced educational institutions
Adverse possession of land, law and legislation
Advertising by government
Advertising by third parties, political, laws and legislation
Advertising by veterinarians, laws and legislation
Advisory Panel on Coal Communities
Funding from supplementary supply ... Taylor 307
Report ... Anderson, S. 1085; MacIntyre 1085
Advocate for children and youth
Review of governing legislation See Child and Youth Advocate Act review
Advocate for children and youth, office
Advocate for farmers
Advocate for mental health patients
Advocate for persons with disabilities
Appointment ... Clark 2182-83; Sabir 2183
Advocate for Persons with Disabilities Act (Bill 205)
First reading ... Jansen 552
Second reading ... Aheer 1055-57; Clark 1055; Cortes-Vargas 1159-61; Fitzpatrick 1153-55; Jansen 1050-51; Malkinson 1156-57; McIver 1054-55; McKitrick 1158-59; Renaud 1053-54, 1121, 1123, 1125, 1154, 1157; Rosendahl 1157-58; Sabir 1163; Shepherd 1057, 1120-22; Smith 1052-53; Sucha 1122-24, 1154-55; Swann 1051-52; Sweet 1124-25; Westhead 1161-63; Woollard 1155-56
Second reading debate, Speaker's rulings ... Speaker, The 1161
Committee ... Carson 1194; Dach 1197-98; Jansen 1192-94; McIver 1164-66; McKitrick 1197; Piquette 1195-96; Renaud 1166-68; Sabir 1163-64, 1168; Schreiner 1194-95; Shepherd 1196-97; Smith 1193; Swann 1191-92
Committee, amendment A1 (sections 2, 3(2), 5, advocate roles, duties, and functions) (Sabir: carried) ... Jansen 1192-94; McIver 1164-65; Renaud 1166-68; Sabir 1163-64, 1168; Smith 1193; Swann 1191-92
Committee, amendment A1 (sections 2, 3(2), 5, advocate roles, duties, and functions) (Sabir: carried), subamendment SA1 (stakeholder consultation included in reviews; workers in disability sector included in mandate) (Smith: defeated) ... Jansen 1193-94; Shepherd 1235; Smith 1193, 1234
Third reading ... Connolly 1236-37; Coolahan 1236; Cortes-Vargas 1242-43; Dach 1237-38; Drever 1238-42; Fitzpatrick 1240; Jansen 1231, 1243; Loyola 1234, 1240-42; Malkinson 1232-33; Nixon 1231-32; Shepherd 1235-36; Smith 1233-35; Turner 1240; Westhead 1233
Third reading (carried unanimously), division ... 1243
Royal Assent ... 7 June 2017 (outside of House sitting)
Advocate's mandate ... Drever 1239
Bill moved to Government Bills and Orders on the Order Paper ... Nixon 1232
Bill moved to Government Bills and Orders on the Order Paper (Government Motion 19: carried) ... Cooper 1120; Mason 1120
Bill sponsor ... Westhead 1161
Input from Inclusion Alberta ... McIver 1164-66; Renaud 1166-67
Lack of preamble ... Nixon 1232
Section 3, role and function of the advocate ... Aheer 1056-57; Shepherd 1057
Section 6(1), review of act ... McIver 1054
Stakeholder consultation ... Cortes-Vargas 1243; Dach 1198; Jansen 1243; Nixon 1232; Renaud 1529-30; Rosendahl 1157; Sabir 1529-30; Shepherd 1235; Smith 1234-35
Advocate for property rights' office
Advocate for seniors
Advocate for utilities consumers
Aeration of lakes
Affordable housing
Banff projects See Banff Housing Corporation: Ti'nu affordable housing project (Deer Lane)
Capital funding ... Ceci 356-57
Carbon levy costs See Carbon levy: Impact on housing costs
Edmonton projects, funding for ... Ceci 357; Dach 409-10; Sigurdson 410
Energy audits See Alberta Social Housing Corporation: Energy audits
Funding ... Fildebrandt 450; McKitrick 2110-11; Sigurdson 2110-11; Smith 802
Government-owned properties, construction ... Carson 1208; Dach 409-10; Horne 80; Luff 233; McKitrick 50-51; McPherson 96; Miller 47; Shepherd 71; Sigurdson 410, 1208; Speech from the Throne 4; Westhead 94
Government-owned properties, repairs and maintenance ... Horne 80; Luff 233; McKitrick 50-51; McPherson 96; Miller 47; Shepherd 71; Speech from the Throne 4; Westhead 94
Habitat for Humanity projects See Habitat for Humanity
Home ownership ... Gotfried 441; Sigurdson 441
Housing for persons with complex needs ... Sabir 443; Shepherd 443
Lethbridge housing See Lethbridge Housing Authority
Maintenance and repair, funding for ... Ceci 356-57; Kazim 303; Sigurdson 303-4
Provincial strategy ... Gotfried 441; Sigurdson 441
Rental supplements See Rent supplement program
United Conservative Party position ... Loyola 1915
Affordable supportive living initiative
Funding from supplementary supply ... Hoffman 153-54, 157; Malkinson 153; Swann 156
Grant to Newell Foundation ... Fildebrandt 1181; Schmidt 1181
After school programs
Funding ... Luff 2160-61; Miranda 2160
Ag societies
Agencies, boards, and commissions, government
Agencies, Boards and Commissions Review Statutes Amendment Act, 2017 (Bill 21)
First reading ... Ceci 1648
Second reading ... Barnes 1665-66; Bilous 1671-72; Ceci 1664; Dach 1666-68; Gill 1670; Hinkley 1664-65, 1672; Hoffman 1669-70; Hunter 1671-72; Orr 1668-69; Turner 1667-68
Second reading, relevance of debate ... Acting Speaker (Sweet) 1672
Committee ... Barnes 1700-1701, 1704; Carlier 1701-3; Cyr 1705-6; Orr 1699-1700; Schmidt 1699-1700; Schneider 1703-4; Strankman 1701-2; van Dijken 1703; Woollard 1700
Committee, amendment A1 (deletion of part 2, AOPA practice review committees) (Strankman: defeated) ... Barnes 1704; Carlier 1702-3; Schneider 1703-4; Strankman 1701-2; van Dijken 1703
Committee, amendment A1 (deletion of part 2, AOPA practice review committees) (Strankman: defeated), division ... 1704
Third reading ... Ceci 1789; Hinkley 1789-90; Orr 1789-90
Royal Assent ... 15 December 2017 (outside of House sitting)
Stakeholder consultation ... Orr 1668
Aggregates mining
Aging population
See Seniors;
Aging population, program and service administration
Agribusiness
Alberta's Economic Future Committee review, report presented ... Sucha 577
Carbon levy costs ... Nixon 2415; Notley 2415; Phillips 709-10; Schneider 709-10
Exports, trade agreements See North American free trade agreement
Value-added industries ... Schneider 67
Agricultural associations
Applied research and forage associations ... Carlier 651; Drysdale 651
Agricultural commissions
Service charge (check-off) collection, laws and legislation See Marketing of Agricultural Products Amendment Act, 2017 (Bill 9)
Agricultural insurance
Claim payments ... Babcock 666; Carlier 302, 350, 520-21, 666, 711, 1386; Hanson 520-21, 711; Schneider 302; Smith 349-50, 1386
Claim payments, preharvest assessment requirements ... Carlier 730-31; Drysdale 731; Schneider 730-31
Crop insurance claims ... Carlier 1682-83; Piquette 1682
Funding from supplementary supply ... Carlier 144-45; Schneider 144-45
Agricultural marketing boards
Supply management system ... Carlier 2563; Piquette 2563; Schneider 684
Supply management system, members' statements ... Littlewood 735-36
Agricultural Operation Practices Act Practice Review Committee
Dissolution ... Barnes 1665-66, 1700-1701; Carlier 1701, 1900; Orr 1790; Schneider 1899-1900; Strankman 1701-2
Dissolution, laws and legislation See Agencies, Boards and Commissions Review Statutes Amendment Act, 2017 (Bill 21)
Agricultural plastics
Agricultural processing development centre
Agricultural products
Export market development ... Carlier 181; Drysdale 180-81
Export market development, China and Japan ... Bilous 890-91; McKitrick 890-91
Agricultural Products Amendment Act, 2017, Marketing of
Agricultural Products Marketing Council
Agricultural programs
[See also Agricultural insurance; Agriculture Financial Services Corporation; ]
Environmental programs [See also Irrigation efficiency program];Carlier 144; Schneider 144
Agricultural research agency
Agricultural societies
Funding ... Bilous 2049-50; Drysdale 2049-50
Agricultural trade agreements
Agricultural value-added production
Agricultural worker safety
Agriculture
2017 harvest, members' statements ... van Dijken 1685
Brazeau county agricultural disaster declaration ... Carlier 350; Smith 349-50
Carbon levy costs ... Carlier 1682; Nixon 2415; Notley 2415; Strankman 1682, 2188-89
Competitiveness ... Drysdale 126
Controlled burns of unharvested crops ... Carlier 303; Schneider 302-3
Crop rotation ... Carlier 487-88; Drysdale 487
Education and awareness events See Chops and Crops, Farmer's Day
Environmental issues, emissions reduction strategies See Fertilizer management
Environmental issues, fertilizer management See Fertilizer management
Federal income tax on farm operations See Corporate taxation, federal: Tax rate for farm operations
Job creation ... Speech from the Throne 2
Job losses ... Carlier 885; McIver 885
Northern Alberta industry ... Jabbour 1057; Larivee 1063
Unharvested 2016 crops ... Babcock 666; Carlier 520-21, 666, 711, 730-31, 1386; Drysdale 731; Hanson 520-21, 711; Schneider 730-31; Smith 1386
Unharvested 2017 crops ... Carlier 1682; Piquette 1682
Unharvested crops, disease risk management See Grain diseases and pests
Value-added industry tax credit See Tax credits: Capital investment tax credit (CITC)
Agriculture and Forestry ministry
Agriculture Financial Services Corporation
[See also Agricultural programs; ]
Agriculture income support program ... Carlier 145; Schneider 145
New board ... Babcock 1723; Carlier 1723
Review of programs ... Babcock 1723-24; Carlier 1724
Agrifood industry
Agrifood supercluster proposal
AgriStability program (Growing Forward 2, federal-provincial program)
Funding ... Carlier 145; Schneider 145
Agrium
Agrifood supercluster proposal See Smart agrifood supercluster
Agrivalue Processing Business Incubator
Expansion ... McPherson 95-96; Speech from the Throne 3
Agrology Profession Act amendments, laws and legislation
AHR (assisted human reproduction)
AIDS Day, World
Aids to daily living
Airdrie (city)
Crime See Crime: Airdrie area crime
Domestic violence victim services See Domestic violence: Victim services, Airdrie
Airdrie Food Bank
Members' statements ... Pitt 974
Airlines
Direct international flights to China ... Panda 49
Airport, Calgary International
Airport, Peace River
Airport, Red Deer regional
Al-Rashid mosque school
Al-Salam Centre
Visit Our Mosque event ... Connolly 434
Alberta
Diversity and inclusivity in, members' statements ... Kazim 1608
Diversity and inclusivity initiatives See Social inclusion, World Interfaith Harmony Week
Reconciliation between aboriginal and nonaboriginal peoples See Reconciliation between aboriginal and nonaboriginal peoples
Alberta, University of
Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council
Establishment ... van Dijken 688
Mandate ... Rosendahl 683
Alberta aids to daily living
Program administration ... Renaud 1166
Alberta Association of Chiefs of Police
Input on Bill 19 ... Ganley 1730
Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties
2017 fall convention ... Carlier 1904
2017 fall convention, members' statements ... Stier 1743-44
2017 fall convention, morning sitting, November 16, cancelled to accommodate (Government Motion 31: carried) ... Carlier 1904; Mason 1904
2017 spring convention, ministerial forum ... Anderson, S. 251; Ganley 517; Mason 251; McCuaig-Boyd 517; McIver 298, 517; Miranda 349; Notley 298; Sigurdson 517; Starke 251, 349; Sucha 251
Input on Bill 8 See Act to Strengthen Municipal Government, An (Bill 8): Input from AUMA and AAMDC
Response to Electoral Boundaries Commission final report ... Cooper 2070, 2281; Hunter 2281; Stier 2287
Alberta Ballet
Members' statements ... McKitrick 597
Alberta building code
Barrier-free Design Guide ... Anderson, S. 1085; Dach 1085
Energy efficiency standards ... Phillips 2484-85; Turner 2484
Public building compliance with, review by committee proposed See Government buildings: Accessibility to persons with disabilities, review of legislation (Motion Other than Government Motion 507: carried as amended)
Alberta child benefit
Funding ... Ceci 358; Jansen 46; Littlewood 101; Speech from the Throne 4; Turner 54
General remarks ... Luff 232
Rebate administration ... Kleinsteuber 1222; Malkinson 1216; Turner 1224
Alberta Coat of Arms
Fortis et Liber motto ... Gill 1034
Alberta College of Physicians & Surgeons
Prescription guidelines See Drugs, prescription: Opiate prescriptions
Alberta community partnership
Administration ... Ceci 355
Budgetary surplus ... Anderson, S. 136; Stier 136
Funding ... Gotfried 170
Alberta community transit fund
General remarks ... Hunter 722
Alberta Corporate Tax Act
Amendments ... Ceci 1184, 1246; Malkinson 1215-16; McKitrick 1186
Amendments, laws and legislation See Miscellaneous Statutes Amendment Act, 2017 (Bill 34), Tax Statutes Amendment Act, 2017 (Bill 15)
Alberta Culture Days
Grant program, members' statements ... Piquette 1387-88
Alberta disaster services
Alberta driver control board
Alberta Economic Development Authority
Dissolution ... Barnes 1666; Cyr 1705-6; Gill 1670; Hunter 1671; Orr 1790
Alberta Economic Development Authority Act
Alberta economy
Alberta Emergency Management Agency
Funding from supplementary supply ... Anderson, S. 135; Stier 134-35
Response time ... Hanson 1131; Phillips 1131
Alberta energy-efficient, carbon neutral greenhouse infrastructure modelling project
Alberta Energy Regulator
Data breach ... MacIntyre 1134; McLean 1134
Hearings on energy development See Protection of Property Rights Statutes Amendment Act, 2017 (Bill 204): Provisions for mandatory AER hearings
Project approval timelines ... McCuaig-Boyd 1973; Starke 1973
Report on bitumen recovery beneath water bodies ... McCuaig-Boyd 2188; Panda 2188
Alberta Enterprise Corporation
Venture capital fund ... Panda 700
Alberta Expert Review Panel for Blood Borne Viral Infections in Health Care Workers
Alberta export expansion package
General remarks ... Panda 701
Alberta Federation of Labour
Input on Bill 17 Fair and Family-friendly Workplaces Act (Bill 17): Alberta Federation of Labour input
Position on whistle-blower protection ... Rosendahl 930; van Dijken 930-31
Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission
Cannabis sales administration, laws and legislation See Act to Control and Regulate Cannabis, An (Bill 26)
Charitable Gaming Policies Handbook ... Aheer 1883
Forms ... Aheer 1882-83
Liquor licensing, legions See Royal Canadian Legion branch 211, Cold Lake: AGLC permission to serve moose milk (alcoholic beverage)
Regulations on liquor service ... Sucha 1885
Alberta Get Outdoors Weekend
Provincial observance of ... Hoffman 616; Rodney 616
Alberta Health Care Insurance Act amendments, laws and legislation
Alberta Health Services (authority)
Administration expenses ... Jean 1380; Notley 1380
Cost efficiencies ... Fraser 2252-53; Hoffman 2253
Duplication of services with Health ministry ... Clark 1328; Hoffman 1328
Internal survey ... Jean 883-84; Notley 883-84
Laundry service provision See Health care finance: Laundry service cost
Organizational structure ... Fraser 2252; Hoffman 2252
Projects administered, performance measures ... Fraser 2252; Hoffman 2252
Quarterly reports, publication of ... Hoffman 1304, 1526; Swann 1304, 1526
Senior executive compensation ... Hoffman 1780; Swann 1780
Vacant building in Taber See Taber (town): Vacant Alberta Health Services building
Workplace culture ... Hoffman 437; Smith 437
Alberta Health Services (authority) service delivery
Alberta heritage savings trust fund
Additions to fund ... Clark 191
Investment in Calfrac, news release ... Fildebrandt 1036; Notley 1037
Members' statements ... Ellis 515
Alberta Heritage Savings Trust Fund, Standing Committee on the
Alberta heritage scholarship committees
Dissolution ... Gill 1671; Hinkley 1664-65; Orr 1699; Schmidt 1699-1700; Woollard 1700
Alberta Hospital Edmonton
Alternate level of care/transitional beds ... Hoffman 407, 436-37, 486-87; Smith 407, 436-37, 486-87
Electric shock therapy (ECT) machine ... Hoffman 570; Sweet 569
Services provided ... Hoffman 569-70; Sweet 569
Alberta Human Rights Act
Amendments, age discrimination See Alberta Human Rights Amendment Act, 2017 (Bill 23)
Protected grounds ... Ganley 550; Renaud 550; Swann 1916
Protected grounds, amendment to include age proposed ... Ganley 522-23; Gill 522-23
Protected grounds, amendment to include gender identity and gender expression ... Ganley 550; Renaud 549-50
Provisions for transgender persons ... Luff 233
Alberta Human Rights Amendment Act, 2017 (Bill 23)
First reading ... Ganley 1685-86
Second reading ... Cyr 1767-69; Ganley 1761; Gotfried 1769; Kleinsteuber 1766-67; Loewen 1767; Nixon 1769; Panda 1764-65; Pitt 1761-62; Shepherd 1762-66; van Dijken 1765; Westhead 1769, 1796
Second reading, relevance of debate ... Acting Speaker (Sweet) 1764; Panda 1764
Committee ... Carson 1811-12; Connolly 1814; Horne 1810-11; Jansen 1805-6; Kleinsteuber 1805; Larivee 1813; Loyola 1813-14; Malkinson 1813; McKitrick 1807-8; Renaud 1811; Sigurdson 1812; Turner 1809; Westhead 1806-7, 1814-15; Woollard 1809-10
Third reading ... Clark 1912-13; Dach 1913-14; Ganley 1910; Horne 1915-16; Kleinsteuber 1916-17; Loyola 1915; Shepherd 1910-12, 1917; Swann 1916; Yao 1914-15
Royal Assent ... 15 December 2017 (outside of House sitting)
Bill as response to court order on age discrimination ... Kleinsteuber 1766
Exemption for live-in caregivers ... Jansen 1806; Kleinsteuber 1805
15-year transition provisions for adult-only buildings ... Carson 1812; Clark 1913; Dach 1913-14; Ganley 1972; Goehring 1972; Horne 1915-16; Kleinsteuber 1916-17; Loyola 1814; Malkinson 1813; McKitrick 1808; Shepherd 1911-12; Yao 1914-15
Public awareness and education ... Shepherd 1911-12
Stakeholder consultation ... Carson 1812; Kleinsteuber 1805
Alberta Human Rights Commission
Mandate ... Swann 99
Alberta Innovates Corporation
Consolidation into one corporation ... Ceci 355
Federal funding ... Bilous 252; Panda 252
Funding from interim supply ... Hoffman 259; Panda 258, 700-701
New business financing, 2014-2015 to 2016-2017 (Written Question 9: accepted) ... Panda 587
Pipeline research projects See Pipelines (oil and gas): Microbe-induced corrosion research project
Technology commercialization, 2014-2015 to 2016-2017 (Written Question 10: accepted) ... Panda 587
Alberta Innovation Council
Dissolution ... Barnes 1666; Gill 1670
Alberta Investment Management Corporation
Independence of government ... Barnes 519, 1666; Ceci 489, 519; Ellis 489; Fildebrandt 1036; Gotfried 519; Notley 1037
Investment in energy industry ... Barnes 519; Ceci 519-20; Gotfried 519-20
Investment strategy ... Ceci 549; Fildebrandt 548-49
Investment strategy, Alberta growth mandate ... Ceci 357
Alberta Investment Management Corporation regulation (Alberta Regulation 225/2007)
Governance and administration provisions, repeal of sections 5 and 6 ... Ceci 177-79, 531, 570-71, 1036-37, 1084; Cyr 178-79; Ellis 515, 570-71; Fildebrandt 1036-37; Hoffman 177-78; Jean 484-85, 515-16; McIver 177, 531, 568, 1084; Nixon 619; Notley 484-85, 515-16, 568, 1084
Governance and administration provisions, repeal of sections 5 and 6, points of order on debate ... Mason 538; McIver 538; Speaker, The 538
Alberta investor tax credit
Alberta jobs plan
Alberta Land Stewardship Act
Amendments, law and legislation See Protection of Property Rights Statutes Amendment Act, 2017 (Bill 204)
General remarks ... Littlewood 1047; Smith 900
Landowner compensation provisions ... Babcock 901-2; Smith 900
Statutory consent provisions ... Babcock 901; Hinkley 506-7; Schneider 505; Stier 503-4; Strankman 505-6
Alberta law enforcement response teams (ALERT)
Funding ... Cyr 204, 2421; Ellis 25; Ganley 25, 204-5, 1387; Hanson 2115; Mason 2003-4; Sabir 2114-15; Schmidt 1994-95, 2421; Starke 1387, 2114
Alberta media fund
Programs funded See Multimedia industry programs
Alberta Medical Association
Provincial agreement on physician services See Physicians: Service agreement
Alberta Mental Health Patient Advocate
Alberta Motor Vehicle Industry Council
Governance ... Cyr 2227-28, 2245, 2271-72, 2534, 2550-51; Gill 2462; Gotfried 2407, 2454-55; Loewen 2244-46, 2457-58; McLean 2225-26, 2265-66, 2534; van Dijken 2246
Alberta Motor Vehicle Industry Council, laws and legislation
Alberta multimedia development fund
Alberta municipal solar program
Funding ... Horne 1254; Phillips 1254
Alberta parks
Alberta parks ministry
Alberta Party
Alternative budget ... Clark 807-8; Mason 809; Westhead 808
Members' statements ... Clark 1015, 2163-64
Pathway to Prosperity budget plan ... Ceci 12; Clark 12, 622
Policies ... Carson 1015
Alberta Party opposition
Alberta Personal Income Tax Act
Amendments ... Ceci 1184, 1246-47; McKitrick 1185-86
Amendments, laws and legislation See Tax Statutes Amendment Act, 2017 (Bill 15)
Alberta population
People leaving the province ... Ceci 1179; Panda 1179
Alberta Real Estate Association
Members' statements ... Dach 2051
Alberta Registries
Alberta Research and Innovation Act amendments, laws and legislation
Alberta School Boards Association
Input on Bill 8 ... Shepherd 781; Sucha 789-90
Support for Bill 8 ... Anderson, S. 992
Alberta School Boards Association Act amendments, laws and legislation
Alberta science, research, and technology agency
Alberta Securities Commission
Governing legislation See Securities Amendment Act, 2017 (Bill 13)
Alberta seniors' benefit program
Alberta Social Housing Corporation
Energy audits, cost of upgrades ... Sigurdson 187-88; Smith 187-88
Energy audits, funding from supplementary supply ... Sigurdson 187-88; Smith 187-88; Taylor 307
Energy audits, service contracts ... Sigurdson 187; Smith 187
Alberta Standard Time Act (Bill 203)
First reading ... Dang 253
Second reading ... Cooper 502; Cyr 497; Dach 501-2; Dang 496-97, 503; Fildebrandt 498-99; Littlewood 497-98; Mason 502; Pitt 500-501; Sucha 499-500; Swann 501
Second reading, motion to refer bill to Alberta's Economic Future Committee (referral amendment) (Mason: carried) ... Cooper 502; Dang 503; Mason 502
Alberta's Economic Future Committee report presented to the Assembly ... Sucha 1609
Alberta's Economic Future Committee report presented to the Assembly, concurrence motion (carried) ... Clark 1616-17; Dach 1617; Dang 1614-15; Fitzpatrick 1620; Gill 1617-18; Gotfried 1619-20; Hanson 1618-19; Hoffman 1618; Malkinson 1616; Sucha 1620; van Dijken 1615-16
Alberta's Economic Future Committee report presented to the Assembly, concurrence motion (carried), division ... 1620
Alberta's Economic Future Committee report presented to the Assembly, concurrence motion procedure, Speaker's ruling ... Speaker, The 1609
Alberta Teachers' Association
GSAs and QSAs in Alberta Schools, A Guide for Teachers ... Shepherd 1833-34
Position on Bill 24 ... Turner 1875
President's statement on gay-straight alliances ... Westhead 1842-43
Alberta traffic safety board
Alberta Transportation Safety Board
Appeal of decisions ... Turner 1982
Appeal of decisions, laws and legislation See Act to Reduce Cannabis and Alcohol Impaired Driving, An (Bill 29)
Alberta Treasury Branches
Alberta Treasury Branches Act amendments, laws and legislation
Alberta Union of Provincial Employees
Collective agreements [See also Public service: Compensation];Ceci 179; Starke 179
Members' pension plans See Local authorities pension plan, Public service pension plan
Pay and Social Equity Committee ... Carson 2107-8
Alberta Urban Municipalities Association
2017 fall convention, members' statements ... Stier 1743-44
Input on Bill 8 See Act to Strengthen Municipal Government, An (Bill 8): Input from AUMA and AAMDC
Alberta Utilities Commission Act
Amendments, laws and legislation See Act to Cap Regulated Electricity Rates, An (Bill 16)
Alberta's Economic Future, Standing Committee on
Alberta's Industrial Heartland
Petrochemicals industries ... Hanson 2477
Road construction See Road construction: Industrial Heartland capital plan
Alcohol
Beer industry See Brewing industry
Alcohol abuse treatment
Alcohol control and licensing
Alcohol-impaired driving, act to reduce
Alexis First Nation
Drinking water ... Feehan 1634
All-terrain vehicles
AltaCorp Capital
Alternate energy resources
Alternative energy industries
Alzheimer's disease
See Dementia;
AMA services agreement
Amazon
Calgary distribution centre ... Jansen 1828; Malkinson 1828
Second headquarters request for a proposal ... Aheer 1723; Hoffman 1723
Amber Alert program
General remarks ... Smith 2423
Amber Valley
National historical site designation, members' statements ... Piquette 1175
AMDF (Alberta multimedia development fund)
AMF (Alberta media fund)
Amisk (village)
Bank robberies, meeting on ... Ganley 440; Pitt 440; Taylor 58
Amrhein, Dr. Carl
AMSISE (Access to Medically Supervised Injection Services)
An Act to Cap Regulated Electricity Rates
An Act to Control and Regulate Cannabis
An Act to Enhance Post-secondary Academic Bargaining
An Act to Protect Gas and Convenience Store Workers
An Act to Protect the Health and Well-being of Working Albertans
An Act to Reduce Cannabis and Alcohol Impaired Driving
An Act to Reduce School Fees
An Act to Regulate Political Action Committees (Bill 214)
An Act to Remove Barriers for Survivors of Sexual and Domestic Violence
An Act to Strengthen and Protect Democracy in Alberta
An Act to Strengthen Municipal Government
An Act to Support Gay-Straight Alliances
An Act to Support Orphan Well Rehabilitation
Animal abuse
Relationship to child and domestic abuse ... Jansen 338; Starke 337-39, 1676
Animal welfare
Wildlife conservation See Sage grouse protection order (federal)
Animals
Predator damage compensation See Wildlife predator compensation program
Anthony Henday Drive
Speed limit ... Mason 1017; Pitt 1016-17
AOC (Alberta Opportunity Company) (former)
AP
Appeals Commission (workers' compensation)
General remarks ... Hunter 2211
Applied research and forage associations
Apprenticeship training
Aboriginal programs, funding from supplementary supply ... Feehan 167; McKitrick 166
Female participants ... Eggen 2487; McKitrick 2487
First period apprentice awards ... Anderson, W. 164; Schmidt 164
Funding ... Luff 232; Speech from the Throne 4
Registered apprenticeship program (RAP) ... Eggen 2487; McKitrick 2487
Appropriation Act, 2017 (Bill 10)
First reading ... Ceci 670
First reading, division ... 670-71
Second reading ... Aheer 723; Anderson, S. 690-91; Ceci 690; Hunter 702, 722-23; Panda 700-702
Committee ... Ellis 763-64; Gotfried 764-65; MacIntyre 765-67; Malkinson 795-97; Taylor 762-63
Third reading ... Ceci 799; Clark 806-9; Fildebrandt 799-802, 805-6; Mason 809-10; McKitrick 804-5; Shepherd 803-4; Smith 802-3; Starke 845-47; Westhead 803, 808
Third reading, motion to adjourn debate (Mason: carried), division ... 810
Third reading, points of order on debate ... Deputy Speaker 801-2, 806; Fildebrandt 806; Hanson 801, 806; Mason 801, 806
Third reading, division ... 847
Royal Assent ... Lieutenant Governor 879-80
Appropriation (Interim Supply) Act, 2017 (Bill 5)
First reading ... Ceci 266
Second reading ... Aheer 312-14; Barnes 312; Ceci 310; Mason 310; Swann 312; van Dijken 310-12
Committee ... Ceci 393; Gray 393; Hanson 393-94
Third reading ... Ceci 452; Fildebrandt 453-54; Ganley 452, 454; Taylor 452-53
Third reading, division ... 454-55
Royal Assent ... 30 March 2017 (outside of House sitting)
Appropriation (Supplementary Supply) Act, 2017 (Bill 4)
First reading ... Ceci 191
Second reading ... Ceci 306; Cooper 309-10; Mason 306; Pitt 307-9; Taylor 306-7
Second reading, points of order on debate ... Cooper 308-9; Mason 306-8; Speaker, The 306-7, 309
Second reading, points of order on debate, remarks withdrawn ... Taylor 307
Second reading, question put ... Speaker, The 322
Committee ... Barnes 392-93; Gray 389; McIver 391-92; Nixon 390-91; Orr 389-90
Third reading ... Ceci 449, 452; Fildebrandt 449-52; Ganley 449, 452; Hoffman 451; Taylor 449
Third reading, division ... 452
Royal Assent ... 30 March 2017 (outside of House sitting)
Aquifers
Arabic language
Arbor Day
General remarks ... Schneider 914-15
ARMA (Alberta Recycling Management Authority)
See Recycling;
Armed Forces veterans' licence plates
Armenian genocide
Members' statements ... Rodney 658
Army cadets
General Walsh commemorative sword awards See Stoffelsen, Clarissa
Artificial insemination
Artistic performance groups
Arts and culture days, Alberta
ASB (Alberta seniors' benefit)
ASBA Act amendments, laws and legislation
ASC
Governing legislation See Securities Amendment Act, 2017 (Bill 13)
Asian Heritage Month
Members' statements ... Dang 1081
Asphalt plants
Calgary plant operation ... Drever 1507; Ellis 892, 1383-84, 1387; Mason 123-24, 1383-84, 1507; Rodney 58, 123-24
Assisted reproductive technologies
Funding ... Hoffman 1739; McPherson 1739
Service changes, Edmonton area See Royal Alexandra hospital, Edmonton: Assisted reproductive technology services
Association for the Rehabilitation of the Brain Injured
Funding ... Hoffman 120-21; Malkinson 120-21
Association of Alberta Forest Management Professionals
Association of Municipal Districts and Counties
Assured income for the severely handicapped
Applicant wait times ... Dach 1085; Sabir 1085
Application process, Auditor General's recommendations ... Hanson 1784; Sabir 1784
Auditor General's recommendations ... Goehring 546; Sabir 546; Smith 1052-53; Swann 1052
Interaction with other income support programs ... Aheer 1830; Hanson 1784; Sabir 1784, 1830
Program administration ... Renaud 1166
Review ... Renaud 1178-79; Sabir 1178-79
Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (Discretionary Trust) Amendment Act, 2017 (Bill 211)
First reading ... Malkinson 2259
Stakeholder consultation ... Malkinson 1233; Westhead 1233
ATB Financial
Capital available ... Ceci 357
ATB Financial Act amendments, laws and legislation
Athabasca (town)
Transportation infrastructure See Highway 813: Athabasca bridge
Athabasca Coalition 4 Success
Members' statements 2258
Athabasca District Chamber of Commerce
Business awards, members' statements ... Piquette 1685
Athabasca-Sturgeon-Redwater (constituency)
Constituency update, members' statements ... Piquette 736
Economic position ... Piquette 103
Athabasca Tribal Council
Driver training grant, funding from supplementary supply ... Feehan 167; McKitrick 167
Athabasca University
[See also Postsecondary educational institutions; ]
Sustainability ... Panda 1059; Piquette 736
Attorney General ministry
ATVs (all-terrain vehicles)
AUC (Alberta Utilities Commission) Act
Amendments, laws and legislation See Act to Cap Regulated Electricity Rates, An (Bill 16)
Auditor General Act amendments, laws and legislation
Auditor General Search Committee, Select Special
Committee appointment (Government Motion 23: carried) ... Mason 1513
Auditor General's office
[See also Officers of the Legislature; ]
Better Healthcare for Albertans (report) ... Clark 1328, 1894-95; Hoffman 1304, 1328-30, 1447, 1526, 1781, 1894-95; Jean 1380, 1505; Notley 1380, 1505; Starke 1447; Swann 1304, 1526; Yao 1329, 1781
Interim supply estimates 2017-2018 vote ... Chair 264
Main estimates 2017-2018 vote ... Chair 669
Recommendation on postsecondary institution finances See Postsecondary educational institution finance: Financial reporting, Auditor General's recommendations
Recommendations on addiction and mental health strategy See Addiction and mental health strategy: Auditor General's recommendations
Recommendations on adult guardianship/trusteeship See Adult guardianship/trusteeship: Auditor General's recommendations
Recommendations on AISH See Assured income for the severely handicapped: Application process, Auditor General's recommendations, Assured income for the severely handicapped: Auditor General's recommendations
Recommendations on capital planning See Capital projects: Prioritization, Auditor General's recommendations
Recommendations on government IT systems See Information and communications technology: Government systems, Auditor General's recommendations
Recommendations on Northland school division See Northland school division No. 61: Auditor General's recommendations
Recommendations on public body data security See Information and communications technology: Public body data security, Auditor General's recommendations
Recommendations to Advanced Education ministry See Ministry of Advanced Education: Auditor General's recommendations
Report on Advanced Education travel expenses See Ministry of Advanced Education: Travel expenses, Auditor General's report
Report on First Nations development fund See First Nations development fund: Oversight, Auditor General's report
Report on legal aid See Legal aid: Auditor General's report
Auditor General's office investigations/inquiries
Deputy minister of Health's connection to Pure North S'Energy ... Hoffman 1084; Swann 1084
Autism spectrum disorder
Affected persons' eligibility for PDD support See Persons with developmental disabilities program: Eligibility criteria, members' statements
General remarks ... Aheer 1056; Piquette 1195-96
Members' statements ... Cyr 492
Automobiles
Autonomous/independent schools
Aylesworth, Tracy and Ken

 

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