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Projected House Business for June 13, 2017

This is a tentative agenda of anticipated business, subject to change without notice.
The Projected Order of Business lists items of business expected to be taken up on that day in the order that they are likely to be called for debate. The complete list of all items that may be brought forward on a particular sitting day is published daily in the Order Paper.

 

1:00pm - June 13, 2017

Prayers

Daily Routine

Tributes

The Speaker will pay tribute to the Yukon Tartan.

The Speaker will also pay tribute to Canada 150.

Hon. Mr. Mostyn, Minister of Highways and Public Works, Mr. Istchenko, Member for Kluane, and Ms. Hanson, Leader of the Third Party, will pay tribute to the 75th anniversary of the Alaska Highway.

Mr. Hutton, Member for Mayo-Tatchun, Ms. Van Bibber, Member for Porter Creek North, and Ms. White, Member for Takhini-Kopper King, will pay tribute to Yukon Day.

Introduction of Visitors

Hon. Ms. McPhee, Minister of Education, will introduce Robyn Murphy’s Grade 5 class from Elijah Smith Elementary School.

Other visitors may be introduced.

Tabling Returns and Documents

Hon. Mr. Streicker, Minister of Community Services, Hon. Ms. Dendys, Minister of Tourism and Culture, and Hon. Mr. Mostyn, Minister of Highways and Public Works, will table legislative returns.

Presenting Reports of Committees

No committee reports will be presented.

Petitions

No petitions will be presented.

Introduction of Bills

No bills will be introduced.

Notices of Motions

The Government caucus and the Third Party caucus will have notices of motions. The Official Opposition caucus may have notices of motion.

Ministerial Statement

Hon. Ms. Frost, Minister of Health and Social Services, will deliver a ministerial statement regarding child care funding. Ms. McLeod, Member for Watson Lake and Ms. White, Member for Takhini-Kopper King, will respond.

Oral Question Period

Orders of the Day

Committee of the Whole

Bill No. 201, First Appropriation Act, 2017-18
(Vote 54 – Tourism and Culture, Vote 7 – Economic Development, Vote 52 – Environment, Vote 18 – Yukon Housing Corporation)

At 5 p.m. the Chair of Committee of the Whole will invoke Standing Order 76 and put to a vote, without further debate or amendment, all questions remaining before the Committee. This will result in the Committee voting on motions that all bills currently in Committee of the Whole be (1) deemed read and carried, and (2) be reported to the House. The bills are: Bill No. 201, First Appropriation Act, 2017-18; Bill No. 200, Second Appropriation Act, 2016-17; Bill No. 4, Act to Amend the Supreme Court Act (2017); and Bill No. 3, Budget Measures Implementation Act, 2017. The Speaker will then resume the Chair and the Chair of Committee of the Whole will deliver the committee’s report (orally) to the House.

Government Bills – Third Reading

The Speaker will then call for Third Reading the aforementioned bills reported from Committee of the Whole plus Bill No. 5, Act to Amend the Human Rights Act and the Vital Statistics Act (2017), which is already at Third Reading. The House will vote on those bills without any further debate or amendment.

Assent

Hon. Doug Phillips, Commissioner of Yukon, will grant assent to the bills that have passed the House.

Adjournment

Following Assent the Speaker will adjourn the House, ending the 2017 Spring Sitting.