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Hansard Subject Index
29th Legislature, 3rd Session (2017-2018)
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Pages (Legislative Assembly)
Recognition, Speaker's statement ... Speaker, The 1567
PANDAS/PANS (pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders associated with streptococcal infections/pediatric acute-onset neuropsychiatric syndrome)
Parent councils
Parents Empowering Parents Society
Members' statements ... Woollard 373
Parkland county
Intermunicipal collaboration ... Horne 838-40
Parks, provincial
Funding from supplementary supply ... Phillips 162; Swann 161
New parks See Castle provincial park, Castle wildland provincial park
New trails and roads ... Speech from the Throne 5; Westhead 93
Plan for parks ... Westhead 1162-63
Recreational activities in ... Nixon 267; Speech from the Throne 5
Parks Canada
Denial of filming permit for Hard Powder ... Miranda 348-49; Starke 348-49
Parlby, Irene
Parliamentary debate
Members' statements ... Fraser 434-35; Starke 343
Parliamentary democracy
Members' statements ... Smith 1448
Westminster system ... Fildebrandt 454; Luff 233; Mason 420
Parliamentary reform
General remarks ... Cooper 1042-43; Gray 1043; Jansen 45; Mason 1043
Minister's apology for remarks ... Mason 1043
Parliamentary secretaries
Speaker's statements ... Speaker, The 1599
Passchendaele Day
Passover (Jewish observance)
Members' statements ... Kazim 658; MacIntyre 622
Patriarchy
General remarks ... Connolly 937; Loyola 936-37
Paula Jean Anderson Adoption Termination Act
Compliance with standing orders, Private Bills Committee report to Assembly ... McPherson 444
Petition presented to the Assembly ... McPherson 374
Paula Jean Anderson Adoption Termination Act (Bill Pr. 2)
First reading ... MacIntyre 524
Second reading ... MacIntyre 1027
Committee ... MacIntyre 1027
Third reading ... MacIntyre 1110
Royal Assent ... 7 June 2017 (outside of House sitting)
Private Bills Committee report on petition, compliance with standing orders, and recommendation that bill proceed in the Assembly (report concurred in) ... McPherson 737
Payday loan companies
Consumer protection ... Coolahan 97; Luff 232; Speech from the Throne 4; Turner 54
Peace River (constituency)
Energy industry, members' statements ... Jabbour 294
Peace River (town)
Bridge construction See Highway 2: Peace River bridge twinning, capital funding
Roads ... Cyr 1063; Panda 1059
Peace River Airport
Passenger service ... Hoffman 1019; Jabbour 1019
Peace River oil wells
Peas, dry
Pediatric neuropsychiatric disorders
Members' statements ... Drever 2052
Pediatric psychiatric care
Pembina Institute
Report on electric power prices See Electric power prices: Pembina Institute report
Pension plan, local authorities
Pension plan, management employees
Pension plan, public service
Performing arts organizations
Persian New Year
Personal Directives Act amendments, laws and legislation
Personal information
Collection by police See Police: Street checks (carding)
Disclosure by police, homicide victims See Police: Disclosure of homicide victims' names
Health information See Health information
Personal information protection
Persons with developmental disabilities
Care worker safety See Care workers: Contracted worker safety, Fatality inquiries: Death of PDD caregiver Valerie Wolski, report recommendations
Henson trusts for See Persons with disabilities: Discretionary trusts (Henson trusts)
Housing safety standards ... Malkinson 1233; Shepherd 1235
Residences, resident and family councils ... Horne 1794; Schreiner 1687-88
Safety standard 8 ... Malkinson 1156
Safety standards consultation ... Dach 1198
Safety standards review ... Jansen 1050-51; Renaud 1053
Persons with developmental disabilities program
Eligibility criteria ... Renaud 1167-68
Eligibility criteria, members' statements ... Anderson, W. 1324-25
Needs assessments ... Sabir 971; Starke 971
Nonprofit service providers, funding for ... Malkinson 121; Sabir 121
Program administration ... Renaud 1166
Review ... Renaud 1178; Sabir 1178
Service delivery ... Clark 2325-26; McPherson 2321-22; Sabir 971, 2321-22, 2325-26; Starke 971
Service delivery, impact of minimum wage increase ... Orr 1721; Sabir 1721
Supports intensity scale (SIS) assessment ... Renaud 1121; Shepherd 1121-22
Persons with disabilities
Access barriers ... Carson 1194; Dach 1085; Sabir 1085
Access barriers, government buildings See Government buildings: Accessibility to persons with disabilities, review of legislation (Motion Other than Government Motion 507: carried as amended)
Affordable housing, Lethbridge See Lethbridge Housing Authority: London Road Gateway affordable housing project
Autism spectrum disorder See Autism spectrum disorder
Care workers See Care workers
Community housing [See also Affordable housing: Housing for persons with complex needs];Renaud 230-31, 1792-93
Community housing, Calgary organizations See Accessible Housing Society
Discretionary trusts (Henson trusts) ... Malkinson 1156-57; Renaud 1157
Discretionary trusts (Henson trusts), laws and legislation See Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (Discretionary Trust) Amendment Act, 2017 (Bill 211)
Discretionary trusts (Henson trusts), members' statements ... Malkinson 576, 2248-49
Employment, inclusive hiring policies [See also St. Albert (city): Inclusive hiring policy];Dach 1237-38; Renaud 1123; Sucha 1122-24
Employment, members' statements ... Sucha 1716-17
Employment, wages See Minimum wage: Increase, impact on persons with disabilities
Employment supports ... Malkinson 231; Renaud 231-32; Westhead 232
Hearing loss ... Fitzpatrick 1153-55; McKitrick 1158-59; Sucha 1154-55; Woollard 1155
Invisible disabilities ... Woollard 1155-56
Postsecondary student supports ... Coolahan 62; Schmidt 62-63
Program cancellations, members' statements ... Hanson 1943
Programs and services ... Fitzpatrick 229; Jansen 46; Littlewood 556; Renaud 230; Speech from the Throne 4
Programs and services, rural areas ... Piquette 1196
Red Deer facilities See Michener Centre, Red Deer
Service delivery, impact of minimum wage increase ... Orr 1721; Sabir 1721
Persons with Disabilities, International Day of
Persons with disabilities advocate, act for
Pet food industry
General remarks ... MacIntyre 767
Peter Lougheed Centre (Calgary general hospital)
Neonatal intensive care unit ... Drever 1042; Hoffman 1042; Luff 1035
Peter Lougheed provincial park
Petitions for Private Bills (current session)
Calgary Jewish Centre Amendment Act, 2017 (petitioners Bruce Libin, Yannai Segal, Lorne Paperny, Calgary) ... McPherson 374
Paula Jean Anderson Adoption Termination Act (petitioner Paula Jean Anderson, Red Deer) ... McPherson 374
Petitions presented to the Legislative Assembly (current session)
Battle of Vimy Ridge commemoration ... Goehring 577
Calgary southwest ring road construction concerns ... Ellis 2115
Calgary southwest ring road construction impact mitigation ... Ellis 1388
Commemoration of 50 years of oil sands development and memorial to oil sands employees killed or injured; commemoration of May 1 as international workers' day in Alberta ... Nielsen 1334
Discrimination against children in condominiums and rental housing ... Shepherd 2165
Educational curricula compliant with Truth and Reconciliation Commission recommendations ... Fitzpatrick 737
Employment standards (annual holiday entitlement, restrictions on replacement worker hiring, 40-hour work week) ... McKitrick 1214
Government promotion of use of Canadian-made materials in industrial projects, facilitation of unionized workers' participation in major construction projects ... McKitrick 1214
Highway 845 paving ... Hunter 1609
Infertility treatment at the Lois Hole health centre, Royal Alexandra hospital ... Swann 2164
Labour Relations Code amendment to prohibit "double-breasting" (operation of unionized and non-unionized related companies) ... Nielsen 1334
Logging in Kananaskis Country, upper Highwood (later determined to not be in order) ... Westhead 1978
Nurse practitioners (later determined to not be in order) ... Pitt 1978
Raymond School of Agriculture building heritage resource impact assessment ... Hunter 1129
Repeal of sections 34(1)(e) , 38(2) (prohibitions on union certification), and 172 (grouping of trade unions) and of amendments contained in Labour Relations Amendment Act, 2008 ... Nielsen 1334
Trophy hunting ban ... Nielsen 2401
Petitions tabled in the Assembly
Note: Petitions tabled are available on the Legislative Assembly website (http://www.assembly.ab.ca) under Assembly Documents and Records
Petrochemicals diversification program
Funding ... Fraser 1721-22; Hoffman 1722
General remarks ... Littlewood 102; Piquette 103-4; Speech from the Throne 2
Grants ... McKitrick 50
Royalty credit program ... Ceci 357
Petrochemicals industry
Members' statements ... Hanson 2477
New plants ... Hinkley 77; Speech from the Throne 2
Petroleum prices
Petroleum Producers, Canadian Association of
Petroleum Services Association of Canada
President's remarks on provincial energy policies ... Panda 1684
Pharmaceutical innovation and management program
Funding from supplementary supply ... Hoffman 157; Swann 156
Pharmaceuticals
Pharmacists
Scope of practice ... Hoffman 157; Swann 156
Pharmacy and Drug (Pharmaceutical Equipment Control) Amendment Act, 2016 (Bill 205, 2016)
General remarks ... Ellis 25; Turner 29
Physicians
Alternative relationship plans, inclusion of participating physicians in whistle-blower protection proposed See Public Interest Disclosure (Whistleblower Protection) Regulation (Alberta Regulation 71/2013): Section 1(2), definitions to explicitly include physicians in alternative relationship plans proposed
Billing and payment system ... Hoffman 157; Swann 156
Compensation ... Starke 845
Compensation, blended capitation model ... Hoffman 150, 158, 1447; Starke 1447
Compensation, comparison with other jurisdictions ... Hoffman 1780; Swann 1780
Compensation, funding from supplementary supply ... Hoffman 150-51, 157; Swann 156; Yao 150
Information sharing See Health information: Physician reporting standards
Opiate prescribing practices See Drugs, prescription: Opiate prescriptions
Reporting of drivers at risk proposed See Traffic safety: Drivers at risk for medical reasons, reporting by physicians and optometrists proposed
Service agreement ... Ceci 139-40; Connolly 261; Gotfried 139-40; Hoffman 158, 261-62; Malkinson 158
Whistle-blower protection ... Cyr 927; Dach 929; Turner 927-29
Physicians & Surgeons of Alberta, College of
Prescription guidelines See Drugs, prescription: Opiate prescriptions
Pi Day
General remarks ... Luff 232
Pilot Sound community, Edmonton
Pincher Creek wildfire
Pine beetle control
Hinton and area infestation ... Carlier 774; Rosendahl 774
Jasper national park infestation ... Carlier 468, 775; Drysdale 468; Rosendahl 775
Provincial strategy ... Carlier 468; Drysdale 468
Relation to wildfire prevention ... Carlier 468; Drysdale 468
Pink Shirt Day
Members' statements ... Shepherd 9
Pipeline construction
Approvals ... Jean 1504; Loewen 2555; Nixon 1676-77, 1824; Notley 1504, 1676-77, 1824-25
Approvals, members' statements ... Loewen 1251
Enbridge line 3 replacement project ... Ceci 357; Hinkley 77; McKitrick 50; McPherson 95; Miller 47; Speech from the Throne 2
Enbridge line 9 replacement project ... Panda 911-12
Enbridge Northern Gateway project ... Jean 1083; Loewen 82; Notley 1083
Enbridge Northern Gateway project cancellation ... Jean 718; Panda 1684
Interprovincial co-operation, British Columbia ... Hoffman 965-66; Jean 965-66
Interprovincial co-operation, British Columbia, points of order on debate (withdrawn) ... Cooper 974; Speaker, The 974
Job creation ... Malkinson 797
Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain expansion project ... Ceci 357; Cooper 1332-33; Cyr 1384; Gotfried 969-70, 1181, 1444, 2324; Hinkley 77; Jean 1379-80, 1440; McCuaig-Boyd 969-70, 1181, 1444, 1678, 2324; McIver 1381-82, 1505-6; McKitrick 50; McPherson 95; Miller 47; Nixon 1824, 1989; Notley 1379-82, 1440, 1505-6, 1824, 1989; Panda 48, 911-12; Phillips 1181, 1332-33, 1384; Pitt 1678; Speech from the Throne 2; Turner 54
Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain expansion project, members' statements ... Panda 2258
Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain expansion project opposition ... Barnes 1642; Cooper 1332-33; Cyr 1384; Ellis 1605-6; Gotfried 1444; Hoffman 1332-33, 1718, 2392-93; Jean 1379-80; McCuaig-Boyd 1444, 1606, 1642-43; McIver 1381-82, 1505-6, 2399; Nixon 1717-18, 1735-36, 1777-78, 1990, 2108-9, 2180-81, 2249-50, 2392-93; Notley 1379-82, 1506, 1600-1601, 1735-36, 1777-78, 1990, 2108-9, 2180-81, 2249-50; Panda 1604, 1738; Phillips 1332-33, 1384, 1604, 1738; Rodney 1600-1601
Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain expansion project opposition, points of order on debate ... Ganley 1787; Nixon 1787; Speaker, The 1787
Members' statements ... McIver 2328-29
Opposition ... Gotfried 969-70; Gray 1305; Hoffman 711; McCuaig-Boyd 886-87, 969-70, 1305; Notley 886; Panda 710, 886, 1305
Opposition, members' statements ... Barnes 537; Loewen 964; Panda 1777
Opposition, point of order withdrawn ... Cooper 893
Opposition, provincial response ... Bilous 2392; Gill 1942-43; Hoffman 2392; Nixon 2392
Premier's advocacy ... Clark 1779, 1825; McIver 2399; Nixon 1777-78; Notley 1777-79; Phillips 1825
Premier's advocacy, speaking tour ... Hoffman 2392-93; Nixon 1735, 2180, 2392; Notley 1735-36, 2180; Panda 1738; Phillips 1738
Province to urge federal government to facilitate pipeline construction (Motion Other than Government Motion 505: carried unanimously) ... Barnes 908-9; Coolahan 906-7; Fildebrandt 910; Malkinson 909-10; McKitrick 911; Panda 905-6, 911-12
Province to urge federal government to facilitate pipeline construction (Motion Other than Government Motion 505: carried unanimously), division ... 912
Province to urge federal government to facilitate pipeline construction (Motion Other than Government Motion 505: carried unanimously), Member for Edmonton-Decore's remarks ... Gill 919; Hoffman 919
Province to urge federal government to facilitate pipeline construction (Motion Other than Government Motion 505: carried unanimously), Member for Edmonton-Decore's remarks, points of order on debate ... Cooper 923-24; Fildebrandt 924; Mason 923; Rodney 923-24; Speaker, The 924
Province to urge federal government to facilitate pipeline construction (Motion Other than Government Motion 505: carried unanimously), points of order on debate ... Carlier 907; Cooper 907; Rodney 907; Speaker, The 907
Relation to environmental policies (social licence) See Carbon levy: Relation to pipeline approval
Review agency See National Energy Board
Support for ... Aheer 91-92
TransCanada Energy East project ... Barnes 53; Nixon 53; Panda 48, 906
TransCanada Energy East project approval denied ... Nixon 1599-1600; Notley 1599-1600
TransCanada Energy East project cancellation ... Ellis 1605; McCuaig-Boyd 1605; Nixon 1600; Notley 1600
TransCanada Keystone XL project ... Barnes 53; Nixon 53, 1893, 1990; Notley 1893, 1990
TransCanada Keystone XL project, remarks of former envoy to Washington, DC ... Nixon 1990; Notley 1990
Pipelines (oil and gas)
Environmental benefits ... Clark 1779; Notley 1779
Environmental benefits, points of order on debate ... Clark 1787; Ganley 1787; Pitt 1788; Speaker, The 1788, 1832-33; Starke 1787-88
Environmental risk management ... MacIntyre 1134-35; McCuaig-Boyd 1134-35
Federal NDP position ... Nixon 1736; Notley 1736
Microbe-induced corrosion research project, members' statements ... Coolahan 8
Poems
Deafening Silence by Ryan Kosa ... Hunter 1859; Loewen 1857
Government policies ... Loewen 1638-39, 2555
I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow ... Hunter 2413
National Hockey League playoffs 2017 ... Ceci 882
Official Opposition and government policies ... Westhead 2399
Pohela Boishakh
Points of clarification (current session)
Allegations against a member or members ... Nixon 2002; Speaker, The 2002
Dress code in Chamber ... Cooper 620; Mason 620; Rodney 620; Speaker, The 620
House leaders' agreements ... Mason 1788-89; Speaker, The 1789
Interruptions by Speaker during Oral Question Period ... Mason 878; Speaker, The 878
Language creating disorder ... Cooper 305, 607; Mason 305; Rodney 305; Speaker, The 305, 607
Parliamentary language ... Cooper 553; Speaker, The 553
Preambles to OQP questions ... Cooper 553-54; Mason 554; Speaker, The 554
Request to divide Bill 17 ... Deputy Chair 1432; Westhead 1432
Rules and practices of the Assembly, members' sitting while Speaker is standing ... Mason 878; Speaker, The 878
Stopping the clock ... Mason 878; Speaker, The 878
Points of order (current session)
[See also Legislative procedure; Speaker's rulings; Speaker's statements; ]
Addressing questions through the chair ... Aheer 1923; Gotfried 129; Mason 129, 1922-23; Speaker, The 1923
Allegations against a member or members ... Acting Chair (Sucha) 1495; Carlier 226; Chair 1472, 2088; Cooper 226, 524-25, 1472; Cortes-Vargas 494, 1495; Deputy Chair 2038, 2544; Feehan 2088; Ganley 239, 1472; Hanson 239, 1495; Littlewood 2038; Mason 493, 1025, 1090, 2001, 2038, 2544; McIver 493, 525, 2038; Nixon 2002; Pitt 2088; Rodney 226-27, 493, 1090; Speaker, The 226-27, 239, 493-94, 525, 1091, 2002; Starke 2544; Westhead 239
Allegations against a member or members, member's apology ... Nixon 2002; Speaker, The 2002
Allegations against a member or members, remarks withdrawn ... Mason 525; Rodney 1025; Speaker, The 1025
Emergency motions under Standing Order 42 ... Mason 1613; Nixon 1613; Speaker, The 1613
Emergency motions under Standing Order 42, speaking to urgency ... Mason 1954; Nixon 1954; Speaker, The 1954
Factual accuracy ... Acting Speaker (Sweet) 37, 1798; Cooper 308-9; Deputy Speaker 2404-5; Feehan 2404; MacIntyre 2404; Mason 37, 308, 1798; McIver 1798, 2404; Speaker, The 309
Factual accuracy, remarks withdrawn ... Gotfried 37; Pitt 1798
Imputing falsehoods against a member or members ... Hanson 254; Mason 254; McIver 254; Speaker, The 254, 295-96
Imputing motives ... Carlier 225, 325; Cooper 224-25; Deputy Speaker 326; Hanson 325-26; Mason 2116-17; Nixon 2117; Rodney 225, 325; Speaker, The 225, 2116-17, 2165-66; Westhead 326
Imputing motives, remarks withdrawn ... Nixon 2117
Imputing motives, withdrawn ... Acting Speaker (Sweet) 1980; Mason 1980; Nixon 1979-80
Insulting language ... Bilous 1533; Clark 1534; Cooper 353, 1534; Ganley 1727; Mason 1183; Nixon 1727; Speaker, The 353-54, 1534, 1727
Insulting language, member's apology ... Acting Speaker (Sweet) 1183; Hanson 1183
Insulting language, remarks withdrawn ... Bilous 353-54; Cooper 1534
Intemperate language ... Chair 836; Ganley 186, 836; Hanson 186; Rodney 185-86, 835-36; Shepherd 186; Speaker, The 186
Interrupting members' statements ... Cooper 18; Mason 18; Speaker, The 18
Items previously decided ... Cooper 975; Deputy Speaker 2170-71; Mason 975-76, 2170; McIver 2170; Rodney 975; Smith 2171; Speaker, The 976
Language and decorum, ... Hanson 1418
Language creating disorder ... Aheer 353; Bilous 353; Carlier 907; Cooper 18, 68-69, 538-39, 553, 907, 976, 2090; Cortes-Vargas 1220; Deputy Chair 1220-21, 1290-91; Feehan 2331; Ganley 1044, 1261, 1787; Hanson 1220, 1290, 1512; Mason 18, 68-69, 539, 553, 828, 976, 1512, 1686, 2001; McIver 1686-87; Nixon 1261, 1686, 1787, 2001; Panda 2330-31; Rodney 354, 827-28, 907, 976, 1261; Shepherd 1687; Speaker, The 18, 69, 353-54, 539, 553, 828, 907, 976, 1261, 1512-13, 1686-87, 1787, 2001, 2331; Westhead 1290
Language creating disorder, clarification requested ... Cooper 305; Mason 305; Rodney 305; Speaker, The 305
Language creating disorder, members' apologies ... Anderson, W. 1291; Cooper 1044; Speaker, The 1044
Language creating disorder, remarks withdrawn ... Cooper 2090; Ganley 354; Mason 539, 976; Schmidt 2090; Speaker, The 539
Members' statements ... Deputy Speaker 2262; Mason 2261-62; Nixon 2261
Oral questions ... Clark 1612; Mason 1612; Nixon 1612; Speaker, The 1613
Parliamentary language ... Carlier 225, 327; Chair 1279; Clark 1787; Cooper 305-6; Cortes-Vargas 1279; Deputy Speaker 327, 801-2; Ganley 255, 1787; Hanson 254-55, 801; Hunter 1279; Mason 254, 306-7, 413, 538, 779, 801, 1611-12, 2002; McIver 538, 1611; Nixon 327, 1611, 2002; Pitt 1788; Rodney 254, 327; Speaker, The 225, 255, 306-7, 352-53, 413, 538, 1611-12, 1788, 1832-33, 2002-3; Starke 1787-88; Westhead 225, 327
Parliamentary language, remarks withdrawn ... Hanson 413; Mason 1612, 2002; Panda 779; Speaker, The 779; Taylor 306-7; Yao 225
Points of order ... Deputy Speaker 806; Hanson 806; Mason 806
Question-and-comment period (Standing Order 29(2)(a)) ... Deputy Speaker 806; Fildebrandt 806; Mason 806
Questions on large policy matters ... Mason 1311; McIver 1311; Speaker, The 1311
Questions outside ministerial responsibility ... Cooper 923-24; Fildebrandt 924; Mason 923; Rodney 923-24; Speaker, The 924
Referring to a member by name ... Mason 129, 525; Speaker, The 129, 525
Referring to a member by name, remarks withdrawn ... Gotfried 129
Referring to proper titles ... Feehan 2401; McIver 2402; Speaker, The 2402; Starke 2402
Referring to the absence of a member or members ... Cooper 974-75; Mason 975; Speaker, The 975
Reflections on a decision of the Assembly ... Mason 2488; McIver 2488-89; Speaker, The 2488-89; Starke 2489
Reflections on a decision of the Assembly, remarks withdrawn ... McIver 2489
Reflections on a nonmember or nonmembers ... Acting Speaker (Sweet) 2282-83; Cooper 70, 2303; Deputy Speaker 2304; Feehan 2303-4; Mason 69-70, 1686, 2282; McIver 1686-87, 2282; Nixon 1686; Shepherd 1687; Speaker, The 70, 1686-87
Relevance ... Cooper 226; Deputy Speaker 2170-71; Mason 2170; McIver 2170; Smith 2171; Speaker, The 226; Westhead 226
Rotation of questions in Oral Question Period ... Cooper 493; Mason 492-93; Speaker, The 493
Seeking opinions ... Mason 878-79; Rodney 879; Speaker, The 879
Sub judice rule ... Cooper 275-76; Ellis 276; Mason 274-75; Rodney 274; Speaker, The 276-77
Tabling of public documents ... Cooper 129; Mason 129; Speaker, The 129
Tabling of public documents, Speaker's ruling on ... Speaker, The 184-85
Timing in question period ... Ganley 1727; McIver 1727; Speaker, The 1728
Points of privilege
Police
Disclosure of homicide victims' names ... Ganley 776; Pitt 776
Funding ... Ganley 535, 1643, 1647; Pitt 534-35; Starke 1643, 1647
Investigation of workplace health and safety incidents, Westray memorandum of understanding with province ... Gray 727; Loyola 914
Preparedness for cannabis legalization See Cannabis: Legalization in Canada, police preparedness
Public access to ... Ganley 544-45; Jean 544
Street checks (carding) ... Ellis 346-47; Ganley 347; McIver 402-3
Street checks (carding), points of order on debate ... Rodney 354; Speaker, The 354
Street checks (carding), points of order on debate, remarks withdrawn ... Ganley 354
Training of drug recognition experts ... Drysdale 2118; Ellis 2118-19; Pitt 2022
Workers' compensation coverage for PTSD See Posttraumatic stress disorder: Workers' compensation coverage for first responders
Police, Royal Canadian Mounted
Police pension plan
Police Service, Calgary
Police Service, Edmonton
Policies of government
Polio
1950s epidemic ... Turner 1024
Political action committees
Advertising See Political advertising by third parties (corporations, unions, advocacy groups, etc.)
Advertising, laws and legislation See Act to Strengthen and Protect Democracy in Alberta, An (Bill 32)
General remarks ... Clark 2381-82, 2529; Connolly 2304, 2380-81; Cooper 2378, 2518; Cyr 2312-13; Drysdale 2374; Gill 2305; Gray 2517-18; Hanson 2306-7, 2311-12; Loewen 2468; Loyola 2308; Malkinson 2309-10; Renaud 2305, 2309-10; Smith 2312; van Dijken 2379-80
Laws and legislation See Act to Regulate Political Action Committees, An (Bill 214)
Members' statements ... Drever 1978; Swann 1725-26
Oversight ... Notley 1641-42; Swann 1641
Political advertising by third parties (corporations, unions, advocacy groups, etc.)
[See also Political action committees; ]
General remarks ... van Dijken 2379-80
Political discourse
General remarks ... Luff 233; Starke 343
Members' statements ... Shepherd 2556; Starke 2164
Political parties
[See also Alberta Party; New Democratic Party; Progressive Conservative Party of Alberta; United Conservative Party; Wildrose Party; ]
Contribution rules, members' statements ... Renaud 1173-74
Contribution rules, tax credits See Tax credits: Political contribution tax credit
Polling places
Hours of service ... Gray 2298
Laws and legislation See Act to Strengthen and Protect Democracy in Alberta, An (Bill 32)
Ponoka (town)
Ponoka constituency
Pooled Registered Pension Plans Act amendments, laws and legislation
Poor families
See Poverty;
Pork
Export market development, Japan ... Bilous 891; McKitrick 891; Panda 49
Portage College
[See also Postsecondary educational institutions; ]
Programs offered ... Schmidt 814-15
Post-secondary Academic Bargaining, An Act to Enhance
Postage and delivery services, government
Funding ... Cyr 348; McLean 348
Funding from supplementary supply ... Cyr 168, 170-71; McLean 168-69; Phillips 171
Postconcussion syndrome
Postdoctoral fellows
Labour conditions, laws and legislation See Act to Enhance Post-secondary Academic Bargaining, An (Bill 7)
Postsecondary education
Workforce preparation ... Gotfried 161; Schmidt 161
Postsecondary education ministry
Postsecondary educational institution finance
Base operating grants ... Ceci 358
Budget 2018-2019 ... Clark 2482; Schmidt 2482-83; Sigurdson 2482-83
Capital funding ... Anderson, W. 488; Schmidt 488-89; Speech from the Throne 3
Capital funding, energy efficiency upgrades ... Anderson, W. 165; Schmidt 165
Capital funding, maintenance and repair ... Schmidt 652; Woollard 652
Executive compensation ... Barnes 1665
Financial controls ... Anderson, W. 1683; Schmidt 1683
Financial reporting, Auditor General's recommendations ... Rodney 887; Schmidt 887
Funding ... Anderson, W. 2398-99; Schmidt 814, 2398-99; Speech from the Throne 4
Funding, compensation for tuition freeze ... Clark 774; Sabir 774
Funding, members' statements ... Drever 491
Funding announcements ... Anderson, W. 1977; Schmidt 1977
Funding for independent institutions ... Schmidt 438; Sucha 438
United Conservative Party leader's position ... Malkinson 1604-5; Schmidt 1604-5
United Conservative Party leader's position, points of order on debate ... Clark 1612; Mason 1612; Nixon 1612; Speaker, The 1613
United Conservative Party leader's position, Speaker's ruling ... Speaker, The 1605
Postsecondary educational institutions
[See also Athabasca University; Blue Quills University; Grande Prairie Regional College; MacEwan University; Mount Royal University; NorQuest College; Northern Alberta Institute of Technology; Northern Lakes College; Olds College; Portage College; Red Deer College; St. Mary's University; University of Alberta; University of Calgary; ]
Academic employees, labour conditions, laws and legislation See Act to Enhance Post-secondary Academic Bargaining, An (Bill 7)
Capital projects ... Horne 1898; Schmidt 1898
Governance ... Barnes 1665; Rodney 834; Schmidt 835
Infrastructure needs, northern Alberta ... Panda 1059
Postdoctoral fellows ... Littlewood 836-38; Piquette 828-29; Rodney 834; Schmidt 835, 865
Private career colleges ... Schmidt 166
Review See Government agencies, boards, and commissions: Review, phase 3
Postsecondary educational institutions admissions (enrolment)
Aboriginal students ... Hinkley 1132; Schmidt 1132-33
Postsecondary students
Graduate students' labour conditions, laws and legislation See Act to Enhance Post-secondary Academic Bargaining, An (Bill 7)
Mental health services See Mental health services: Services for postsecondary students
Students with disabilities See Persons with disabilities: Postsecondary student supports
Postsecondary students with disabilities
Institutions' support for ... Renaud 1166-67
Posttraumatic stress disorder
Members' statements ... Goehring 1523
Workers' compensation coverage for first responders ... Gray 1949-50; McPherson 1949
Poverty
Reduction strategies ... Clark 648; Hoffman 648; Loyola 1814; Sabir 648; Swann 99
Power, electrical
Power plants, electric
Practical nurses
Prekindergarten programs
Premier's Advisory Committee on the Economy
Committee status ... Barnes 1666; Hunter 1671
Premier's Council on the Status of Persons with Disabilities
Appointments ... Renaud 1866; Sabir 1866
Gmail use ... Clark 2182; Notley 2182
Recommendations ... Clark 2182; Notley 2182
Premier's Office
Preschool programs
Prescription drugs
Presenting reports by standing and special committees
Press releases
Preventive medicine
Preventive social service program
Pride flag
First raising of pride flag at Legislature Building See Legislature Building: First raising of pride flag
Primary care (medicine)
Budgetary surplus ... Hoffman 150-51; Yao 150
General remarks ... Swann 100
Integration with other health services ... Hoffman 1780; Swann 1780
Primary care networks (PCNs)
Opioid dependency treatment services ... Cortes-Vargas 1995; Payne 1995
Primary health care
Primary schools
See Schools;
Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Foundation
Privacy Commissioner's office investigations/inquiries
Privacy legislation, public sector
Privacy services (government ministry)
Private Bills, Standing Committee on
Private health care services
Private schools
[See also Education: Parental choice; ]
Financial reporting requirements ... Carson 2172; Eggen 1981; Hanson 2028
Financial reporting requirements, laws and legislation See School Amendment Act, 2017 (Bill 28)
Funding ... Aheer 16; Eggen 13-14, 17, 1088, 1445-46; Gill 1445; Hanson 89; Mason 89; Rodney 13, 1088; Swann 88-89
Record management requirements ... Hanson 2028
Private-sector organizations
Privilege (current session)
Access to information (Children's Services minister's responses to questions on the children of Serenity's former guardians) (no prima facie case of privilege found) ... Cooper 1026-27, 1046; Ganley 1026, 1044-46; Mason 1026; Rodney 1025-27; Speaker, The 1026-27, 1046, 1091-92
Obstructing a member in performance of duty (Member for Fort McMurray-Wood Buffalo's gesture to Member for Edmonton-South West) ... Deputy Speaker 2263, 2331; Mason 2262-63; McIver 2263; Nixon 2263
Obstructing a member in performance of duty (Member for Fort McMurray-Wood Buffalo's gesture to Member for Edmonton-South West), member's apology ... Deputy Speaker 2332; Mason 2332; Yao 2331-32
Obstructing a member in performance of duty (passing of Government Motion 16) (no prima facie case of privilege found) ... Ganley 444-45; Mason 421; Rodney 420-21; Speaker, The 421, 445, 494
Obstructing a member in performance of duty (remarks on human services minister's performance on deaths of children in protective services), discussed on December 12 and 13, 2016 (no prima facie case of privilege found), Speaker's ruling ... Speaker, The 18-19
Processing and manufacturing industries
Progress Alberta
Executive director's remarks ... Gray 729; Hoffman 729-30; Jean 729; McIver 729-30
Progressive Conservative opposition
Budget plan ... Ceci 253, 300; Drysdale 252-53; Fraser 300; McIver 247; Notley 247
Budget plan, members' statements ... Fraser 294
Budget plan, points of order on debate ... Ganley 255; Hanson 254-55; Mason 254; Rodney 254; Speaker, The 255
Oral question and member's statement allocation See Members' Statements (procedure): Rotation of statements, Oral Question Period (procedure): Rotation of questions
Policies ... Carson 1015
Progressive Conservative Party of Alberta
[See also Conservative parties; ]
Leader's policies as federal Immigration minister ... Sucha 1439
Leader's remarks on same-sex marriage ... Connolly 1128
Leadership campaign, 2016 ... Renaud 1174
Leadership convention ... Gill 412
Leadership convention, members' statements ... Jansen 372
Merger with Wildrose Party See United Conservative Party
Project Red Ribbon
Ministerial statement ... Hoffman 1716
Ministerial statement, responses ... Clark 1716; Ellis 1716
Propane
Export market, Japan ... Panda 49
Property Rights Advocate's office
Annual report 2015, Resource Stewardship Committee report presented to the Assembly ... Loyola 207-8
Annual report 2016, Resource Stewardship Committee report presented to the Assembly ... Loyola 1609
Annual report 2016 referred to Resource Stewardship Committee (Government Motion 25: carried) ... Mason 1513
Property rights of landowners
Property Rights Statutes Amendment Act, 2017, Protection of
Property tax
Calgary rate See Calgary (city): Property tax rate
Designated industrial property assessment, municipal access to information ... Cyr 785; Fitzpatrick 857
Education levy, electric energy generation exemption proposed ... Hanson 700; Schneider 694
Exemptions ... Fitzpatrick 857
Government agencies, boards, and commissions See Government agencies, boards, and commissions: Property tax paid
Grants in place of taxes See Municipal finance: Grants in place of taxes (GIPOT)
Industrial assessment centralization ... Piquette 794-95
Laws and legislation See Act to Strengthen Municipal Government, An (Bill 8)
Minimum property tax ... Anderson, S. 629; Starke 629
Minimum property tax, members' statement ... Starke 1310
Property held by provincial corporations ... Hanson 699-700; Stier 693-94, 1103
Tax rate, ratio of residential to nonresidential ... Anderson, S. 664, 793-94, 1104-5, 1109; Fitzpatrick 696, 856-57; Hanson 700, 1104; Jean 718, 721, 1107-8; McIver 697; Stier 692-93, 791-94, 1103-4; Yao 664
Tax rate, ratio of residential to nonresidential, Official Opposition Leader Brian Jean's letter on ... Stier 842
Tax receipts ... Fitzpatrick 857
Protecting Canadians from Online Crime Act (Bill C-13)
General remarks ... Aheer 378; Cyr 375-76
Protecting Victims of Non-consensual Distribution of Intimate Images Act (Bill 202)
First reading ... Cyr 245
Second reading ... Aheer 378-79; Cyr 375-76, 385-86; Dang 379-80; Ganley 376; Gill 382; Kazim 384-85; Littlewood 385; McKitrick 377-78; Pitt 376-77; Renaud 380-81; Shepherd 383-84; Turner 382-83; Westhead 381-82
Committee ... Aheer 580, 582-83; Clark 584; Connolly 579-80; Cooper 580; Cyr 578, 580; Dang 578-81; Ellis 579; Fildebrandt 585-86; Fitzpatrick 586; Jansen 583; McIver 579; McKitrick 582; Sucha 581, 584-85
Committee, amendment A1 (assessment of damages) (Cyr: carried) ... Cyr 578; Dang 578-79; Ellis 579
Committee, amendment A2 (change "the person" to "a person"; distribution of images provided by another person) (Connolly: carried) ... Aheer 580; Connolly 579-80; Cooper 580; Cyr 580; Dang 580-81; McIver 579; Sucha 581
Committee, amendment A2 (change "the person" to "a person"; distribution of images provided by another person) (Connolly: carried), division ... 581
Third reading ... Cooper 740; Cyr 738-40; Pitt 739-40; Renaud 739
Third reading, request for immediate consideration (unanimous consent granted) ... Cooper 738
Third reading (carried unanimously), division ... 740
Royal Assent ... Lieutenant Governor 879-80
Members' statements ... Cyr 411-12
Protection Against Family Violence Act
Amendments, laws and legislation See Child Protection and Accountability Act (Bill 18)
Protection of Property Rights Statutes Amendment Act, 2017 (Bill 204)
[See also Freehold lands: Adverse possession (squatters' rights); ]
First reading ... Stier 444
Second reading ... Babcock 901-2; Barnes 1048; Cyr 902-3; Dach 905; Fitzpatrick 1048-49; Hanson 1049; Hinkley 506-7, 899-900; Littlewood 1046-48; Loewen 904-5; Piquette 903-4; Pitt 1049; Schneider 504-5; Smith 900-901; Stier 503-4, 1049-50; Strankman 505-6
Second reading, motion that bill be not now read (reasoned amendment RA1) (Littlewood: carried) ... Barnes 1048; Fitzpatrick 1048-49; Hanson 1049; Littlewood 1047-48; Pitt 1049; Stier 1049-50
Second reading, motion that bill be not now read (reasoned amendment RA1) (Littlewood: carried), division ... 1050
General remarks ... Schneider 1363
Landowner compensation provisions ... Babcock 901-2
Members' statements ... Hanson 1081-82
Provisions for mandatory AER hearings ... Babcock 902
Provincial campgrounds
Provincial Court Act amendments, laws and legislation
Provincial court judges
See Judges;
Provincial debt
Provincial elections
Provincial Operations Centre
New centre, capital funding ... Ceci 356
Provincial parks
Provincial Parks Act amendments, laws and legislation
PRPPs (pooled registered pension plans)
Governing legislation amendments, laws and legislation See Miscellaneous Statutes Amendment Act, 2017 (Bill 34)
PSPPA (Public Sector Pension Plan Act), pension plans governed by
Psychiatric services
Psychiatric services for children
Public Accounts, Standing Committee on
Public Affairs Bureau
Contract with Dynacor Media ... Jean 885; Notley 885
FOIP requests to ... Gill 442; Hoffman 442-43
Managing director hiring process (Written Question 14: accepted) ... Fildebrandt 741
Reference to staff in Assembly, point of order ... Cooper 70; Mason 69-70; Speaker, The 70
Staff job descriptions (Motion for a Return 18: accepted) ... Fildebrandt 744
Staff political party affiliations ... Fildebrandt 63; Hoffman 63; Mason 63
Staff political party affiliations, points of order on debate ... Cooper 70; Mason 69-70; Speaker, The 70
Public buildings
Public education curriculum
Public education ministry
Public Health Act amendments, laws and legislation
Public housing agency
Public Inquiries Act
General remarks ... Nixon 1483
Public Interest Alberta
Position on public funding of private schools ... Eggen 1088; Rodney 1088
Public Interest Commissioner
[See also Officers of the Legislature; ]
Ability to compel testimony ... McIver 852
Ability to compel testimony, solicitor-client privilege ... Clark 852-53
Appointment of Marianne Ryan effective July 1, 2017 (Government Motion 22: carried) ... Mason 1513
Appointment of Ted Miles as Acting Public Interest Commissioner (Government Motion 14: carried) ... Mason 282
Legislative Offices Committee report presented to the Assembly recommending appointment of Ted Miles as Acting Public Interest Commissioner ... Shepherd 127
Public Interest Commissioner search committee
Public Interest Commissioner's office
Governing legislation See Public Interest Disclosure (Whistleblower Protection) Amendment Act, 2017 (Bill 11)
Interim supply estimates 2017-2018 vote ... Chair 264
Main estimates 2017-2018 vote ... Chair 669
Reporting requirements ... Swann 926
Public Interest Commissioner's office investigations/inquiries
Disclosures regarding MLAs, ministers, or the Premier, law and legislation See Public Interest Disclosure (Whistleblower Protection) Amendment Act, 2017 (Bill 11)
Public reporting ... Dach 933-34; Littlewood 933
Scope of powers ... Renaud 849
Public Interest Disclosure (Whistleblower Protection) Act
General remarks ... Connolly 1200-1201
Section 24, reprisals ... Littlewood 1100-1101; Woollard 1169-70
Public Interest Disclosure (Whistleblower Protection) Act review committee
Public Interest Disclosure (Whistleblower Protection) Amendment Act, 2017 (Bill 11)
First reading ... Gray 771
Second reading ... Clark 852-53; Connolly 937-39; Cooper 850-51; Cyr 926-27; Dach 929, 932-34; Fitzpatrick 932; Gray 849; Hanson 935; Littlewood 933; Loyola 935-37; McIver 851-52; Piquette 934-35; Renaud 849-50; Rosendahl 930; Shepherd 925; Starke 853-54; Sucha 854-55, 924-25; Swann 925-26; Turner 927-29, 931; van Dijken 929-31; Woollard 931-32
Committee ... Cortes-Vargas 1093; Dach 1093-95; Fitzpatrick 1098-99; Horne 1077; Littlewood 1100-1101; Loyola 1074-76; McIver 1092; Miller 1095-96; Renaud 1072-74, 1093; Rosendahl 1099-1100; Sabir 1093; Starke 1074; Swann 1092-93; Taylor 1072; Westhead 1092-93, 1096-98; Woollard 1076-77, 1168-69
Committee, amendment A1 (tabling reports in the Assembly) (Starke: carried) ... Renaud 1074; Starke 1074
Committee, amendment A2 (appeal process for commissioner decisions) (Swann: defeated) ... McIver 1092; Swann 1092; Westhead 1092-93
Committee, amendment A2 (proceedings of commissioner subject to review) (Swann: defeated) ... Cortes-Vargas 1093; Renaud 1093; Sabir 1093
Third reading ... Connolly 1200-1201; Gray 1199; Littlewood 1202; Loyola 1199-1200; Sucha 1201-2
Royal Assent ... 7 June 2017 (outside of House sitting)
Chief/designated officer's obligation under act to report illegal conduct ... Cyr 927
Definition of gross mismanagement ... Cyr 927; Loyola 1075; McIver 852; Renaud 1073
Ethics and Accountability Committee recommendations ... Clark 852-53; Connolly 1200-1201; Cyr 926-27; Dach 933-34; Gray 771; Littlewood 1202; Loyola 1075-76, 1199-1200; McIver 851-52; Renaud 850; Starke 853-54; Sucha 1201; Turner 927-28; van Dijken 929-30
Overview ... Renaud 1072-73
Prescribed service provider provisions ... Turner 928-29
Provisions for direct disclosure to Public Interest Commissioner ... Connolly 938-39; Cyr 927; Dach 933; Loyola 1199; Sucha 925; Swann 926; van Dijken 930; Woollard 931, 1169
Scope of bill ... Swann 926
Public interest disclosure (whistleblower protection) regulation (Alberta Regulation 71/2013)
Section 1(2), definitions to explicitly include physicians in alternative relationship plans proposed ... Clark 852; Cooper 851; Turner 928
Public lands
Off-highway vehicle use on See Off-highway vehicles: Use on public land
Public lands ministry
Public offerings
Governing legislation See Securities Amendment Act, 2017 (Bill 13)
Public safety
[See also Crime prevention; ]
Airdrie and area concerns See Crime: Airdrie area crime
General remarks ... Jean 208-9
Members' statements ... Pitt 199
Safer communities and neighbourhoods units See Safer communities and neighbourhoods program (SCAN)
Public Sector Pension Plans Act amendments, laws and legislation
Public service
Aboriginal representation ... Feehan 206-7; Rodney 206
Compensation [See also Alberta Union of Provincial Employees: Collective agreements];Ceci 139, 355; Clark 808-9; Coolahan 97; Fildebrandt 450-51; Gotfried 139; Jean 435-36; Notley 435-36; Westhead 808
Full-time equivalents (FTEs) ... Ceci 145; McIver 145
GBA plus training See Gender-based analysis (GBA plus): Training, intragovernmental
Government management staff statistics (Written Question 13: accepted) ... Fildebrandt 741
Hiring ... Strankman 184
Negotiated contract agreements ... Jean 435-36, 543-44; Notley 435-36, 544
Negotiated contract agreements, points of order on debate ... Cooper 553; Mason 553; Speaker, The 553
Ratio of managers to front-line staff ... Jean 74
Respectful workplace policy ... Clark 2481; Notley 2481-82
Review of efficiencies proposed ... Swann 312
Size ... Hunter 1129
Public service pension plan
Unfunded liability (Written Question 15: accepted) ... Fildebrandt 741
Public service pensions
[See also Local authorities pension plan; Management employees pension plan; Public service pension plan; Special forces pension plan; ]
Sustainability ... Ceci 2397; Turner 2397
Unfunded liability (Written Question 15: accepted) ... Fildebrandt 741
Public transit
Capital funding ... Ceci 356; Kleinsteuber 662-63; Luff 232; Mason 662-63; Speech from the Throne 3
Federal funding [See also New building Canada fund (federal): Public transit infrastructure fund (PTIF) program];Hunter 256, 263; Mason 257, 263
Funding from interim supply ... Hunter 256, 263; Mason 257, 263
GreenTRIP funding ... Carson 518; Hunter 256, 722; Mason 257, 518; Westhead 785
Municipal grant program See Alberta community transit fund
Regional projects, Calgary area ... Anderson, S. 922; Kleinsteuber 922
Student transit passes [See also Schoolchildren's transportation];Sucha 86-88
Public transit, Calgary
Public transit, Edmonton
Public transit fund, community
Public transportation infrastructure
Public transportation services ministry
Public Trustee's office
Funding from supplementary supply ... Ganley 137-38; Pitt 137-38; Sabir 138
Public Utilities Act amendments, laws and legislation
Public works
Public works, supply and services ministry
Pulse crops
Export market development ... Carlier 203; Gill 203; Panda 49
Market development ... Carlier 487; Drysdale 487
Punjabi remarks in the Legislature
Purchases by government
Pure North S'Energy Foundation
Provincial grants ... Hoffman 571, 1083-85; Notley 1083; Swann 1084-85; Yao 571, 1083
Provincial grants, points of order on debate ... Mason 1090; Rodney 1090; Speaker, The 1091

 

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