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 - April 19, 2018
Hon. Ms. Frost, Minister of Environment and Mr. Istchenko, Member for Kluane will pay tribute to the 50th anniversary of the Yukon Conservation Society and Earth Day. Ms. Hanson, Leader of the Third Party, will pay tribute to YCS and Ms. White, Member for Takhini-Kopper King, will pay tribute to Earth Day.
Introduction of Visitors
Hon. Ms. McPhee, Minister of Education, will introduce Mr. Deuling’s Grade 11 social studies class from Vanier Catholic Secondary School.
Tabling Returns and Documents
The Speaker will table the Yukon Electoral District Boundaries Commission Final Report and the Report on Subsistence, Travel & Accommodations of Members of the Yukon Legislative Assembly 2017-18.
Mr. Kent, Member for Copperbelt South, will table a document.
Presenting Reports of Committees
Introduction of Bills
Notices of Motions
The Official Opposition and the Third Party will have notices of motions.
Oral Question Period
After the Oral Question Period and prior to Orders of the Day, Ms. McPhee, Government House Leader, will, pursuant to Standing Order 13(3), give notice that Motion Respecting Committee Reports No. 2 (motion for concurrence in the second report of the Standing Committee on Rules, Elections and Privileges) will be designated as Government Business.
Orders of the Day
Third Reading, Bill No. 17, Gender Diversity and Related Amendments Act (Hon. Ms. Dendys, Minister responsible for the Women’s Directorate).
Third Reading, Bill No. 16, Technical Amendments Act, 2018 (Ms. McPhee, Minister of Justice).
Committee of the Whole, Bill No. 206, First Appropriation Act 2018-19: Community Services (continuing from March 22), Highways and Public Works (continuing from March 19), Education (continuing from March 27) and Health and Social Services (continuing from March 26).