Yukon Legislative Assembly

Projected Order of Business

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.  

 

 

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Time and Date

1:00 pm - April 30, 2019

Prayers

Daily Routine

Introduction of Visitors

Visitors may be introduced.

Tributes

Hon. Ms. Dendys, Minister of Tourism and Culture and Ms. Van Bibber, Member for Porter Creek North (on behalf of the Official Opposition and the Third Party), will pay tribute to the National Aboriginal Hockey Competition.

Hon. Mr. Streicker, Minister of Community Services, Ms. McLeod, Member for Watson Lake and Ms. White, Member for Takhini-Kopper King, will pay tribute to the International Day of Midwives.

Hon. Mr. Streicker, Minister of Community Services, will, on behalf of the House, pay tribute to the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission.

Tabling Returns and Documents

Hon. Ms. Frost, Minister of Environment, will table the Yukon state of the environment interim report 2019 - A report on environmental indicators.
Hon. Ms. Dendys,  Minister responsible for the Workers’ Compensation Health & Safety Board, will table the Boar’s 2018 Annual Report – Footsteps into the future.
Hon. Ms. Dendys, Minister of responsible for the Women's Directorate, will table a legislative return.
Hon. Mr. Mostyn, Minister of the Public Service Commission, will table a legislative return.
Hon. Mr. Pillai, Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources, will table a legislative return.
Hon. Ms. McPhee, Minister of Education, will table a legislative return
Mr. Cathers, Member for Lake Laberge, will table documents.
Ms. McLeod, Member for Watson Lake, will table a letter.

Presenting Reports of Committees

Petitions

Hon. Mr. Mostyn, Minister of Highways and Public Works, will respond to Petition No. 10 re lighting on the Robert Campbell Highway, presented by Ms. McLeod, Member for Watson Lake, on April 15, 2019.

Introduction of Bills

Notices of Motions

The  Official Opposition and the Third Party will give notice of motions.

Ministerial Statement

Hon. Mr. Mostyn, Minister of Highways and Public Works, will make a ministerial statement regarding the Teslin Bridge. The Official Opposition and the Third Party will have the opportunity to comment on the statement. The minister will have the opportunity to reply to the comments.

Oral Question Period

Orders of the Day

Opposition Private Members' Business

Government Designated Business

Government Bills

Committee of the Whole
Bill No. 210, First Appropriation Act 2019-20Community Services, Tourism and Culture, Women’s Directorate, 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 Bill No. 210 and Bill No. 33, Yukon Government Carbon Price Rebate Implementation Act  be deemed read and carried, and that the bills be reported to the House. The Speaker will then resume the Chair and the Chair of Committee of the Whole will deliver the committee’s report to the House.

Third Reading
Hon. Ms. McPhee, Government House Leader, will request unanimous consent to limit the length of the divisions on Third Reading of Bill No. 210 and Bill No. 33 to a maximum of three minutes.

Bill No. 210, First Appropriation Act 2019-20 (Hon. Mr. Silver, Premier)
Pursuant to Standing Order 76(2)(d), the House will vote on the bill without further debate or amendment.

Bill No. 33, Yukon Government Carbon Price Rebate Implementation Act (Hon. Mr. Silver, Premier)
Pursuant to Standing Order 76(2)(d), the House will vote on the bill without further debate or amendment.

Note: Depending on timing, Third Reading of Bill No. 210 and Bill No. 33 could take place prior to 5 p.m., in which case the bills would be debatable.

Assent
The Hon. Angélique Bernard, Commissioner of Yukon, will grant assent to the following bills:
Bill No. 30, Act to Amend the Education Labour Relations Act (Hon. Ms. McPhee, Minister of Education)
Bill No. 31, Act to Amend the Employment Standards Act (Hon. Mr. Streicker, Minister of Community Services)
Bill No. 32, Act to Amend the Securities Act (Hon. Mr. Streicker, Minister of Community Services)
Bill No. 29, Miscellaneous Statute Law Amendment Act, 2019 (Hon. Ms. McPhee, Minister of Justice)
Bill No. 210, First Appropriation Act 2019-20 (Hon. Mr. Silver, Premier)
Bill No. 33, Yukon Government Carbon Price Rebate Implementation Act (Hon. Mr. Silver, Premier)

Tribute to the Clerk of the Legislative Assembly

Hon. Ms. McPhee, Government House Leader, will request unanimous consent for the House to pay tribute to Dr. Floyd McCormick, the retiring Clerk of the Legislative Assembly, prior to adjournment.

Given unanimous consent, the Speaker and a member of each caucus will pay tribute to the Clerk. 

Adjournment

  The Speaker will adjourn the House, ending the 2018 Spring Sitting.