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First Session
Thirty-second Parliament, 1980-81-82-83

SENATE OF CANADA

Standing Senate Committee on

Legal and
Constitutional Affairs

Chairman:
The Honourable JOAN B. NEIMAN

INDEX

OF PROCEEDINGS

(Issues Nos. 1 to 76 inclusive)

Premiére session de la
trente-deuxiéme législature, 1980-1981-1982-1983

SENAT DU CANADA

Comité sénatorial permanent des

Affaires juridiques et

cbnstitutionnelles

Président:
L’honorable JOAN B. NEIMAN

INDEX

DES DELIBERATIONS

(Fascicules n°‘ I 21 76 inclusivement)

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SENATE OF CANADA

Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs
1st Session, 32nd Parliament, 1980-83

INDEX

(Issues 1-76 inclusive)

Aboriginal Constitutional Affairs, Office of (Federal-Provincial Rela-
tions Office), 69: 16, 21; 70: 63, 81, 83; 76: 9

Aboriginal peoples
Bilateral process
Continuance, 69: 16, 21-2, 74, 81
Indians, 69: 18-21, 31-2, 56-7, 63, 66-9, 75; 70: 45; 71: 8-9, 15-7,
23-5; 71A: 10-5; 72: 16; 73: 25; 74: 9-10, 24,26, 27- ;75A: 8
10-1
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, adoption, positions
on
Assembly of First Nations, 69: 84; 71: 26, 30; 75A: 12
Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs, 74: 23
Coalition of First Nations, 71: 13, 17, 25, 30, 35-8; 73: 17, 18
Council for Yukon Indians, 70: 19; 70A: 2, 4-5
Grand Council of the Crees (of Quebec), 72: 9, 12, 16, 24
Hobbema Tribal Council, 74: 16
Inuit Committee on National Issues, 70: 87, 89
Inuit Tapirisat of Canada, 69: 84
Metis National Council, 70: 70
Native Council of Canada, 69: 84; 70: 36-7, 46-7, 61
Native Women’s Association of Canada, 70: 9, 14, 16
Nishga Tribal Council (New Aiyansh, British Columbia), 73: 9,
15, 16
Union of Ontario Indians (Anishinabek), 73: 23, 24
Constitutional conferences in the future
Consent clause, 69: 44-5, 54, 59, 65-8, 87-8; 70: 88-9; 71: 24;
71A: 14-5; 73: 11, 13-5, 17-9, 22; 74: 10-2, 15-7, 21-2, 29-30;
75A: 4; 76: 9-10
Funding, 69: 16, 75
Non-participants, numbers, 69: 28
Ongoing process, 69: 15-6, 20, 51, 53, 67, 74, 80; 69A: 5; 70: 9-10,
13-4, 88-9, 95-6; 70A: 3; 71: 25; 71A: 14-5; 72: 12, 16-7;
73: 23; 73A: 2; 74: 10, 20, 25; 76: 8, 10
Participants
Associations, 69: 17-8, 28
Representativeness, 69: 18-9, 25-6; 70: 42, 45-6, 62-3, 66-7, 81;
71: 38-9; 73: 15, 23; 74: 16-7, 21-2; 75A: 5-6
Definitions
Indian, 69: 54-5, 75-6, 85; 69A: 12; 70: 18, 20-1, 40-1, 56-7, 83-4;
70A: 3-4; 71: 24-5, 32; 71A: 1; 72: 25-6; 73: 14-5, 17, 22-3;
74: 15; 75A: 1-2, 4-5; 76: 9, 10; 76: 1
Inuit, 69: 34; 70: 88-92, 95
Métis, 69: 34; 70: 41-3, 53, 63-9, 72, 84-5; 73: 17
Overview, 69: 33-40; 69A: 2, 5; 70: 39-40, 43-4, 51-4, 57-61
Indians
Arbitration, right to, 2: 10-1, 13, 14-5, 17-8
Consensus, 71: 33-4, 38; 73: 15, 17-8, 23; 74: 9, 16-7, 21-2, 28;
75A: 6-7; 76A: 2
Declaration of First Nations, 71: 8, 9,14, 23, 33-4; 71A: 1, 2,5
Education, 71: 29, 31
Fort Nelson Indian Band, mineral rights and revenues, 2: 6-7, 9,
10, 11, 20
History, 2: 9-10, 11; 71: 7-14, 32-3, 25-7; 71A: 4-5, 8-9, 16-8;
74:9, 13-4, 17; 75A: 2, 8-10; 76A: 5-7

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SENAT DU CANADA

Comité senatorial permanent des
Affaires juridiques et constitutionnelles
lre session, 32e legislature, 1980-1983

INDEX

(Fascicules 1-76 inclusivement)

Accord conclu entre le Canada et la République fédérale d’Allemagne
en vue d’éviter les doubles impositions …, Loi de mise en oeuvre
Voir
Bill S-24

Accord constitutionnel de 1983
Definition et contenu, 69: 15-6, 19-20, 29-30, 51, 74; 70: 14, 36-7,
46-7, 89; 70A: 2; 71: 15, 24-5; 71A: 8-15, 22

Paragraphe 3, 69: 65

Paragraphe 4, 71A: 1 I

Paragraphe 5, 71A: 11

Paragraphs 6, 69: 21, 56; 71A: 13; 75A: 8

Acte de l’Amérique du Nord britannique
Voir
Loi constitutionnelle de 1867

Acte d’Union, 1840, 2: 9

Administration du pétrole, Loi
Amendement propose; adopte, 7: 10, 48-9

Admissibility of Confessions (The), Fred Kaufman, 52: 11; 59: 14;
62: 25; 65A: 69; 68A: 424

Advocates’ Society
Bill S-33
Procedures civiles

Articles, commentaires et recommandations, 54: 7, 8-9, 10-2;
54A: 35-49

Charte des droits et libertés, interpretation par rapport aux,
54: 9

Definition, enonce legislatif ou code, 54: 6-7, 9-10; 54A: 33-5

Evaluation, 54: 6-8, 13; 54A: 33-5, 49

Memoire, 54: 5, 8,9, 10, 11, 12; 54A: 30-49

Portee, 54: 10; 54A: 35

Preuve, regles, reforme, 54: 7, 8,13, 14; 54A: 33, 35

Redaction, processus de consultation, 54: 13, 14; 54A: 35, 49

Procedures criminelles

Articles, commentaires et recommandations, 62: 17-24, 25-31;
65A: 56-79

Charte des droits et libertés, interpretation par rapport aux,
62: 30-1; 65A: 56-7, 79

Evaluation, 62: 17, 23-5; 65A: 56, 79

Memoire, 54:6, 9,10, 16;62: 12, 25-6; 65A: 54-79

Portee, 65A: 79

Redaction, processus de consultation, 65A: 56, 79

Information de base, 54: 5; 54A: 32

Aéronautique, Loi
Amendements, 1977, 28: 9, 19, 29-30, 36; 29: 11-2; 30: 30, 34, 57-9;
33: 25; 34: 73-4, 75, 84

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Aboriginal peop1es——Cont’d
lndians——Cont’a’

Royal Proclamation of 1763, 69: 31; 69A: 8, 9; 70: 27; 71: 9, 11-2,
13, 15, 20, 28; 71A: 1, 8,12, 14, 17-8; 73: 18; 74: 13; 75A: 2,
4,8-11

Land claims
Agreements

Constitutional protection, interpretations, 69: 40-2, 48, 76-8;
69A: 2, 3-4; 70: 18-9, 21-4, 26-34, 39, 88-9, 93, 98-9;
70A: 2-3; 72: 10-2, 13-5, 20-4; 73: 11, 13-4, 17-9, 22;
73A: 2; 75A: 3-4; 76: 10; 76A: 1

Implications, property rights, 69: 47-8, 63-4

James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement, 2: 10, 14, 20;
69: 40-2, 73, 77-8; 70: 65-7, 70-3, 77-8, 80; 71: 33; 71A: 12;
72:9, 10-1, 13-5, 19-25; 74: 19; 75A: 1

Assembly of First Nations, position, 75A: 7-8, 11

Inuit, 70: 96

Metis, 70: 65-7, 70-3, 77-8, 80

Nishga, 73: 8-9, 10-5, 18-9

Northwest Territories, 69: 34, 76-7, 80-3; 70: 22, 95, 97; 72: 21;

73A: 1-2
Yukon, 69: 81-2; 69A: 1, 3; 70A: 2-3
Numbers
Indians, 70: 45, 81; 71: 30
Inuit, 70: 97

Métis, 70: 72, 81
Overview, 69: 28, 34; 70: 82-3
Rights
Charter of Rights and Freedoms, effect, interpretations, 69: 46,
68-70; 70: 20; 71A: 12, 13-4; 74: 14, 18-20
Definition, 69: 22-3, 35-44, 51-4, 67, 70, 79-80, 88; 69A: 1;
70: 17-9, 25-6, 38-9, 48-9, 54-6, 65, 93-4; 70A: 3-4; 71: 9-13,
15-8; 71A: 1, 3; 72: 10, 15-9, 21-4; 73: 10-5, 21, 23-4;
73A:1-2;74:9-12,14,21;75A:10;76:10
Equality of sexes
Implications
Costs, 69: 76, 84, 85-6; 70: 44, 58
Property rights, 69: 47-8
Indian Act, Section 12 (1) (b), effect, 69: 26-7, 45-7, 85;
69A: 2-3, 5; 70: 9, 18, 20-1, 44; 70A: 4; 71: 31; 72: 24-6;
73A: 1; 74: 15; 75A: 5; 76: 9; 76A: 1-2, 4, 7
Indians, position, 69: 27, 47, 67, 84-5; 70: 18, 21, 44-5; 70A: 4;
71: 30-2, 35-6; 71A: 13-4, 15; 72: 12, 24-6; 73: 14-5, 21-2;
74: 15; 75A: 4-5; 76A: 1-2, 10-1
Women, position, 69: 25-6; 70: 9-11, 13, 16; 76A: 4, 6-7, 9-18
Wording of constitutional amendment, 69: 17, 22-7, 31, 32,
45-6, 67, 78-9; 69A: 2-3, 5; 70: 8-16, 44, 89; 72: 12; 73A: 1;
74:20-1;76:9,10
“Existing aboriginal and treaty rights”, definition
Interpretations, 69: 23, 40-1, 49, 51-4, 69-70, 88; 69A: 1-4, 5, 6-
10, 12; 70: 9-10, 18, 22-6, 38, 88-9, 96, 98; 70A: 3; 71: 10,
24; 71A: 4, 14-5; 72: 10-2, 14-5, 20-2; 73: 11, 20-1; 74: 14-5;
75A: 3; 76: 8, 10;76A: 1
Treaties, interpretation by courts, comparison, 69: 51-2, 53-4,
88; 69A: 10-2
Recognition, protection, 2: 11-4; 69: 40-2, 59, 70-1, 81; 71: 15-6,
17-24, 36-7; 71A: 3, 4,22; 72: 10, 12; 74: 8-9, 20-1, 23; 75A: 3,
4

Self-government
Definitions, interpretations

Assembly of First Nations, 75A: 4-5, 8

Coalition of First Nations, 71: 9-14, 15-6, 18-9, 26

Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, 69: 50, 51-7,

59-65, 70-2, 83; 69A: 7-10

Grand Council of the Crees (of Quebec), 72: 25-6

Hobbema Tribal Council, 74: 12-3

Metis National Council, 70:69-70, 73-6, 77-8, 80

Affaires constitutionnelles autochtones, Bureau (Bureau des Relations
fédérales-provinciales), 69: 16, 21; 70: 63, 81, 83; 76: 9

Affaires extérieures Canada
Bill S-19, accord a la motion de l’honorab1e senateur Deschatelets
concernant la publication d’information, 13: 9

Contraventions de stationnement, politique

Diplomates canadiens a l’etranger, 10: 25

Etats etrangers, diplomates au Canada, 10: 24
Etats etrangers, réclamations contre le Canada, 10: 22-3
Reclamations canadiennes contre des Etats etrangers, 10: 8-9, 12-3,

14, 20-1; 11: 16; 13: 7-8

Voir aussi
Bill S-19 ’
Immunite des Etats étrangers
Privileges et immunites diplomatiques ct consulaires, Loi

Affaires indiennes et du Nord Canada
Role et responsabilites, 69: 21, 39-40, 83-4; 70: 40, 45

Affaires juridiques et constitutionnelles, Comité senatorial permanent
Bill C-53, etude, procedure, 25: 6-15, 28, 31-2, 42
Bill C-61
Etude, procedure, 17: 8-9; 19: 5, 13, 19-21
Invitations aux gouvernements provinciaux a temoigner, reponses
Colombie-Britannique, 19: 5; 20: 24; 21: 5-13
Nouveau-Brunswick, 19:5, 10, 13,20; 19A: 1-2
Nouvelle-Ecosse, 19: 6
Ontario, 19: 5, 20, 21; 20: 6-10
Quebec, 20: 5
Saskatchewan, 19: 5, 20; 22: 6, 9
Terre-Neuve, 17: 8-9; 19: 5
Motions, 19: 4, 20; 22: 4, 22, 23
Bill C-127
Etude, procedure, 25: 42-3
Invitations aux témoins, 27: 6, 7
Memoires soumis, 27: 6
Bill C-130
Motion, rapport au Senat, 50: 12, 14-5, 17, 18, 23-5
Ordre de renvoi, 50: 6-7, 8
Bill C-201, teneur
Correspondence recue, 26: 10-2; 27: 7
Etude, procedure, 26: 12, 81-2, 102
Motions, 26: 102-3; 27: 7
Bill S-12
Lettre a 1’honorable senateur Macdonald de M. Langlois, 3: 10-5
Retroactivite, precedent, 3: 10
Bill S-19
Cohen, M. Maxwell
Indisponibilite comme temoin, le 19 mars, 1981, 10: 5
Proposition de l’inviter comme temoin 5 une seance ultérieure,
I0: 23, 24
Doyen du corps diplomatique, discussion pour 1’inviter comme
temoin, 10: 23-4
Justice, ministére
Amendements, 12: 5-6, 7-8, 14, 22, 23-4; 13: 4-5, 6-7
Lettre a M. du Plessis au sujet des baux, 13:7
Mémoire de M. Graham Eglinton concernant Particle 14,
11: 20-1; 12: 5, 8,24
Bill S-24
Comité, role, 23: 7-8, 9; 24: 13, 14, 18
Information de base, 23: 5, 7-8, 9,10; 24: 7-8, 9-10, 16, 19
Bill S-31, teneur
Invitations aux gouvernements provinciaux et reponses, 28: 5-7;
29: 5-6, 9; 29A: 1-2; 34: 94; 34A: 3-11; 37A: 1-4
Motions, documents annexes aux procés-verbaux, 29: 4, 5; 31: 4,
18; 33: 4, 53; 34: 4, 5,17, 94; 37: 4, 5; 47: 5, 7

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INDEX 3

Aboriginal peop1es—Cont’d
Self-government~—Cont’d
Definitions, interpretations-Cont’d
Native Council of Canada, 70: 41, 54-5, 56, 57-8, 59-60
Overview, 76: 10
Union of Ontario Indians (Anishinabek), 73: 21, 22-3
Federal government, position, 69: 14, 81, 82-3
Treaties, interpretation, 71: 9, 10-4, 16, 19-22, 27-8, 35; 71A: 2-4,
9-10, 12-3, 17, 21-3

Act of Union, 1840, 2: 9

Act respecting the Canadian Merchant Service Guild
See
Bill S-12

Act respecting the President of the Lethbridge Stake of the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
See
Bill S-16

Act to amend the Act of incorporation of The Grand Lodge of the
Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the Dominion of
Canada

See
Bill S-27

Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and to amend certain
other Acts in consequence thereof
See
Bill C-141

Act to amend the Criminal Code in relation to sexual offences and
other offences against the person and to amend certain other Acts
in relation thereto or in consequence thereof

See
Bill C-127

Act to amend the Criminal Code in relation to sexual offences and the
protection of young persons and to amend certain other Acts in
relation thereto or in consequen c thereof

See
Bill C-53

Act to amend the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources Act
See
Bill C-102

Act to amend the Holidays Act

See
Bill C-37
Bill C-201

Act to amend the Judges Act and certain other Acts in consequence
thereof
See
Bill C-34

Act to amend the Penitentiary Act and the Parole Act
See
Bill S-32

Affaires juridiques et constitutionnelles, Comité senatorial perma-
nent—Suite
Bill S-31, teneur—Suz’te
Temoins
Invitations, discussion, 29: 6-8, 10-1
Liste, 37A: 5
Bill S-32
Amendements proposes par le solliciteur general, recevabilite,
rappel au Reglement, 58: 5-9, 10, 12, 14, 15; 60: 5, 9-36
Motions, 41: 4, 5; 42: 4, 6-7; 46: 4, 10, 36; 47: 5, 6-7; 60: 4, 6,7,
8,32, 33, 34
Bill S-33
Motions, documents annexes aux proces-verbaux, 54: 4, 15; 55: 4,
26-7; 59: 4, 30; 63: 12; 64: 4, 5; 65: 4, 30; 66: 4, 5; 67: 4, 5;
68: 4
Charge de travail, 29: 9, 10, 11; 40: 28; 54: 16-7; 76: 13-4
Goldenberg, l’honorable senateur, demission de la presidence du
Comite, 26: 7-9, 10
Goldenberg, Rapport (Liberation conditionnelle au Canada), 32: 15;
35: 17; 37: 10-1; 38: 12; 45: 41; 47: 13-4; 48: 22
Motion pour elire l’honorable senateur Neiman 2‘: la presidence du
Comité, 26: 4, 9
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur, motions,
69: 6, 7,8, 9,50; 70: 6; 71: 6, 14, 17, 39; 73: 6, 20; 74: 6, 22; 75: 6,
8;76:3, 13,24
Propositions visant 2 corriger… Statuts revises du Canada de 1970 et
certaines lois posterieuresa
Examen detaillé, necessite, discussion, 6: 7-8, 10, 12-9, 22, 24-5;
7: 8
Memorandum dc l‘honorable senateur Smith, 7: 8-11
Discussion, 7: 14-61
Ordre de renvoi, 6: 13-4
Rapport au Senat, discussion, 6: 13-5, 17, 18, 22; 7: 11
Rapport du Comité senatorial permanent des Banques et du com-
merce concernant le Bill S-24
Voir plus haut Bill S-24
Rapports au Senat
Bill C-26, sans amendement, 2: 4, 5,21
Bill C-34, sans amendement, 9: 4, 5,22
Bill C-45, sans amendement, 15:4, 5,11
Bill C-61, sans amendement, 22: 4, 5,22, 23
Bill C-130, sans amendement mais avec une recommandation
exprimant les reserves du Comité, 50: 4, 5,25
Bill C-141, sans amendement, 51:4, 5,27
Bill S-8, sans amendement, 1:4, 5,12
Bill S-12, avec amendements, 3: 4, 5,16
Bill S-I3, sans amendement, 4: 4, 5,13
Bill S-14, sans amendement, 5: 4, 5,7
Bill S-16, sans amendement, 8:4, 5,14
Bill S-19, avec amendements, 13: 4-5, 9-10
Bill S-20, sans amendement, 14: 5, 6,9, 15
Bill S-2], sans amendement, 14: 5,6,11, 15
Bill S-22, sans amendement, 14: 5, 6,13, 15
Bill S-24, 24: 4, 5,19, 20
Bill S-26, sans amendement, 16: 4, 5,17
Bill S-27, sans amendement, 18: 4, 9
Bill S-31, teneur, sans amendement, 37:4, 5; 37A: 5-6
Bill S-32
Premier rapport, demande d’instructions au Senat, 62: 5
Rapport final, avec amendements, 62: 5-11
Rapport modifie, avec amendements, 63: 5-1 1
Bill S-33, Rapport provisoire, 68: 5-6
Bill S-34, sans amendement, 43: 4, 5,9
Bill S-35, sans amendement, 56: 4, 5,11
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur, 76: 7-12
«Propositions visant 5 corriger… Statuts revises du Canada de
1970 et certaines lois posterieures», avec amendements,
7: 6-7, 61

4 INDEX

Act to amend the Pest Control Products Act
See
Bill C-45

Act to implement an agreement between Canada and the Federal
Republic of Germany for the avoidance of double taxation
See
Bill S-24

Act to incorporate the Eparch of the Eparchy of Saints Cyril and
Methodius of Slovaks of the Byzantine Rite in Canada
See
Bill S-35

Act to incorporate the President of the Lethbridge Stake, S.C.
1926-27, Chap. 112
See
President of the Lethbridge Stake, Act to incorporate, S.C.
1926-27, Chap. 112

Act to revive E.G. Klein Limited and to provide for its continuance
under the Canada Business Corporations Act
See
Bill S-26

Act to revive Eastern Diversified Company Ltd. and to provide for its
continuance under the Canada Business Corporations Act
See
Bill S-22

Act to revive G.A. Barber & Sons Limited and to provide for its con-
tinuance under the Canada Business Corporations Act
See
Bill S-21

Act to revive Montilac Ltd. and Socam Ltd.
See
Bill S-13

Act to revive Ontario News Company, Limited and to provide for its
continuance under the Canada Business Corporations Act
See ‘
Bill S-20

Act to revive Polyventreprise Ltée and to provide for its continuance
under the Canada Business Corporations Act
See
Bill S-34

Act to revive Pyramid Communications Limited
See
Bill S-8

Act to revive Tremus Industries Limited
See
Bill S-14

Adjustment of Accounts Act
Amendment proposed; carried, 6: 7; 7: 6, 11-2, 14, 61

Ahenakew, M. David, Chef national, Assemblée des premieres nations
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, memoire,
75A: 1-12
Reference, 69: 18, 27, 51, 53, 58, 75; 69A: 10; 75: 7, 8

Aide au développement international (institutions financieres), Loi
Voir
Bill C-130

Alberta, Fond Heritage
Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec, comparaison, 28: 14;
30: 10, 41, 49, 56-7; 33: 5-6, 7, 16, 48, 49; 34: 24, 54

Alberta, gouvernement

Bill C-127, memoire, 27: 6, 38

Bill S-31, reaction, 29: 5, 6; 33: 24, 60; 34: 67, 94; 34A: 3-5

Bill S-32, reaction, 42A: 53

Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, commentaires,

74: 7; 76: 9

Alcan Aluminium Limitée
Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec, investissements,’30: 11-2,
29, 49, 59; 31: 19; 31A: 8; 33: 12, 17, 58; 34: 18, 22,23, 41, 57
Saguenay Transport, 30: 11, 19, 29; 31: 23-4; 33: 58; 34: 11, 18, 78,
84; 34A: 2

Aldridge, M. James, conseiller juridique, Conseil de trlbu de Nishga
(New Aiyansh, Colombie-Britannique)
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur, 73: 8, 17-8,
19

Alimentation et de l’agriculture des Nations unies, Loi sur I’organisa-
tion
Amendement par le comite de la Chambre des communes a 1’amen-
dement propose, 6: 6-7; 7: 32-4
Amendement propose; adopte, 6: 6-7; 7: 32-4

Aliments et drogues, Loi
Amendement propose; adopte, 7: 34

Allocations familiales, Loi de 1973
Amendement propose; adopte, 7: 27

Amagoalik, M. John, coprésident, Comité d’etude Inuit des questions
nationales
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur
Discussion, 70: 90-1, 93-8
Expose, 70: 86-9

Animaux de ferme et leurs produits, Loi
Amendement propose; adopte, 7: 43

Archambault, honorable juge J.R.O., directeur, Direction des politi-
ques, Politique des jeunes contrevenants, Solliciteur general
Canada

Bill C-61, 17: 18, 23,24, 25-6; 19: 8, 9,11-5, 17-21; 21: 19; 22: 6-7,
13, 14, 22

Ares c. Venner ([1970] R.C.S. 608), 54A: 44; 63: 26, 27; 65: 8, 21;
66: 10; 68A: 260, 263, 413

ms
-ire,

INDEX 5

Admissibility of Confessions (The), Fred Kaufman, 52: 11; 59: 14;
62: 25; 65A: 30; 68A: 214

Advisory Committee on Judicial Compensation and related matters
(Dorfman Committee), 9: 7, 19

Advisory Council on the Status of Women
Bill C-127, position, 27:6

Advocates’ Society
Background information, 54: 5; 54A: 13
Bill S-33
Civil proceedings

Brief, 54: 5, 8,9, 10, ll, 12; 54A: 11-28
Charter of Rights and Freedoms, interpretation in relation to,

54:9

Clauses, comments and recommendations, 54: 7, 8-9, 10-2;
54A: 16-28

Definition, legislative statement or code, 54: 6-7, 9-10;
54A: 14-5

Drafting, consultation process, 54: 13, 14; 54A: 15,28
Evaluation, 54: 6-8, 13; 54A: 14-6, 28

Evidence, rules of, reform, 54:7, 8,13, 14; 54A: 14, 15

Scope, 54: 10; 54A: 15-6

Criminal proceedings
Brief, 54: 6, 9,10, 16; 62: 12, 25-6; 65A: 15-39
Charter of Rights and Freedoms, interpretation in relation to,
62: 30-1; 65A: 18, 39
Clauses, comments and recommendations, 62: 17-24, 25-31;
65A: 17-39

Drafting, consultation process, 65A: 17, 39

Evaluation, 62: 17, 23-5; 65A: 17, 39

Scope, 65A: 39

Aeronautics Act
Amendments 1977, 28: 9, 19, 29-30, 36; 29: 11-2; 30: 30, 34, 57-9′,
33: 25; 34: 73-4, 75, 84

Agreement between Canada and the Federal Republic of Germany for
the avoidance of double taxation …, Act to implement
See
Bill S-24

Ahenakew, David, National Chief, Assembly of First Nations
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, brief, 75A: 1-12
References to, 69: 18,27, 51, 53, 58,75;69A: 10; 75: 7, 8

Alberta Association of Enfranchised Natives
Background information, 76A: 4, 7,8-9
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, brief, 76A: 3-18
Constitutional Accord, 1983, comments, 76A: 4, 8-12

Alberta government

Bill C-127, brief, 27:6, 38

Bill S-31, reaction, 29: 5, 6; 33: 24, 60; 34: 67, 94; 34A: 3-5

Bill S-32, reaction, 42A: 18

Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, comments, 74: 7;

76: 9

Alberta Heritage Fund
Caisse de depot et placement du Québec, comparison, 28: 14; 30: 10,
41, 49, 56-7; 33: 5-6, 7, 16, 48, 49; 34:24, 54

Arizona, Miranda c. (384 U.S. 436 (1966)), 40: 8; 59: 16-7; 62: 26;
63: 23

Armstrong, M. J ., chef de la Division des poids et mesures, métrologie
légale, Consummation et Corporations Canada
«Propositions visant a corriger… Statuts revisés du Canada de 1970
et certaines lois postérieures», 7: 58-9

Asselin, honorable Martial, sénateur (Stadacona)
Bill C-61
Apergu, philosophic, 17: 9; 20: 10, 12, 13; 21: 18, 19, 20; 22: 12
Avocats, rémunération, 17: 28
Charte canadienne des droits et libertés, 19: 9, 10
Colombie-Britannique, gouvernement, témoignage devant lc
comité de la Chambre des communes, 21: 18
Cour supreme, jugement concernant le traitement des jeunes dans
les cours, 17: 18
Entrée en vigueur, période de transition, 19: 8-9, 14; 20: 13; 21: 19
Etude, procédure, 19: 13, 20
Jeunes contrevenants
Age maximal, 17: 10, 11; 20: 11, 12; 21: 20, 27, 28
Age minimum, 22: 12
Colombie-Britannique, 21: 18, 26
Déjudiciarisation, 17:9; 19: 14, 17
Dossiers, 17: 16-7; 21: 24, 25
Empreintes digitales, 17: 16-8
Parents, autorité, 17: 9-10, 15
Victimes, droits civils, 17: 15, 16
Juridiction, pouvoirs fédéraux et provinciaux, 19: 17; 21: 24, 25;
22: 12, 13, 21
Justice, ministére, opinions juridiques, 22: 13, 14; 24: 11
Nouvelle-Ecosse, gouvernement, réaction, 17: 9-10; 19:6
Ontario, gouvernement
Mémoire, disponibilité a l’avance, 19: 20, 21
Témoignage devant le Comité de la Chambre des communes,
20: 22
Procédure,17:15,16,18;19:18,19;20:15;21:5;22:21
Programme, administration, frais, partage, 20: 13, 24; 21: 19-20;
22: 14-5, 18
Québec, gouvcrnement, reaction, 20: 5
Questions soulevées pendant les témoignages devant le comité de
la Chambre des communes, 19: 13, 14
Rappel au Réglement, 22: 13
Bill C-127, teneur, 25: 43, 44; 27: 33, 35, 36-7
Bill C-201, teneur, 26: 37-40, 59, 81, 85-6, 102
Bill S-8, 1: 6, 9,10, 11
Bill S-19, 12: 8, 12, 16, 18, 20, 24-7, 28-9
Bi11S-24
Bill de finances, definition comme, et conséquences possibles,
23: 7, 8; 24: 12
Justice, ministére, opinions juridiques, 24: 11, 17
Motion d’ajournement, 23: 8, 10
Opinions juridiques, 23: 5
Rapport au Sénat, 24: 12, 15, 18
Sénat, adoption de lois semblables, 24: 7
Bill S-26
Klein, E.G., Limited
Administration, critique, 16: 11, 12
Correspondance avec Consommation et Corporations Canada,
16: 14, 15
Cofit de la reconstitution, responsabilité, 16: 13
Dissolution, avis, 16: 12, 15
Information de base, 16: 7, 8,9
Sociétés en défaut, avis, procédure selon la Loi sur les sociétés
commerciales canadiennes, 16: 16
Troisiéme lecture, intention de prononcer un discours pendant,
16: 17

6 INDEX

Asselin, honorable Martial, sénateur(Stadacona)—Suite
Bill S-27, 18:7, 8
Bill S-31, teneur
Amendements, 30: 38, 43; 33: 57; 34: 37, 90
Caisse de depet ct placement du Quebec
Assemblée nationale, responsabilite, 31: 37; 34: 31, 32, 33, 39,

Aldridge,’ James, Legal Counsel, Nishga Tribal Council (New 40, 88
Aiyansh, British Columbia) Investissements, effet, 28: 27, 28; 30: 37; 31: 36; 34: 87, 88,

Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter, 73: 8, 90′]
17-8, 19 Trust Royal, 34: 30, 31,45, 46,47

Canadien Pacifique Limitée, 33: 20, 24; 34: 43-4, 45

Chambre de commerce du Canada, 33: 60, 61

Chambre de commerce du district de Montreal, 34: 29, 37

Etude, procedure, 29: 7; 33: 45, 46; 34: 61

Exemptions, 28: 37

Gouvernement federal, consultation avec les gouvernements pro-

vinciaux, 28: 28, 29; 33: 61
Historique, origines, 28: 16, 25-6; 30: 34, 36; 33: 9-11, 24-6;
34: 36-7, 44-5, 86-7, 89, 90

Lortie, M. Pierre, reaction, 28: 27, 38

Ontario, gouvernement, reaction, 29: 6

Procedure, 28: I4, 29, 40; 30: 39, 42, 53, 61; 31: 27, 28, 32; 34: 24,

38, 43

Quebec, reaction, 30: 34; 34: 88, 89, 91

Rappels au reglement, 28: 39; 30: 20; 33: 27

Societes, reglementation federale, applicabilite, 34: 81, 83, 84

Bill S-33
Accuse
Conjoint, 40: 25-6
Droits, 36: 10; 53: 8-9, 10; 66: 36

Alibi, 53: 11

Application au Quebec, 53: 10; 61: 14-5; 66: 33

Definition, enoncé legislatif ou code, 61: 16

Etats-Unis, regles federales de la preuve, comparaison, 40: 23,

25-6
Historique, 36: 7-11, 13; 53: 9, 10
lmprimes d’ordinateur, recevabilite, 55: 11, 13-5, 18-20, 24;
65:11, 15, 19-23
Motion, 55: 4, 27

Alcan Aluminium Limited
Caisse de depet et placement du Quebec, investments in, 30: 11-2,
29,49, 59;31: l9;3]A:4;33: 12, 17, 58:34: 18,22, 23,41, 57
Saguenay Transport, 30: 11, 19, 29; 31: 23-4; 33: 58; 34: 11, 18, 78,
84; 34A: 2

Amagoalik, John, Co-Chairman, Inuit Committee on National Issues
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter
Discussion, 70: 90-1, 93-8
Statement, 70: 86-9

Archambault, Hon. Judge J. R. 0., Director, Policy Branch, Young
Offenders Policy, Solicitor General Canada
Bill C-61, 17: 18. 23, 24. 25-6; 19: 8, 9,11—5, 17-21; 21: 19; 22: 6-7,
13, 14, 22

Ares v. Venner ([1970] S.C.R. 608), 54A: 24; 63: 26, 27; 65: 8, 21;
66: 10; 68A: 39, 42, 202

Arizona, Miranda v. (384 U.S. 436 (1966)), 40: 8; 59: 16-7; 62: 26;
63:23

Armstrong, J., Chief of Weights and Measures, Legal Metrology,
Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada
“Proposals to correct… Revised Statutes of Canada, 1970, and other
Acts…”, 7: 58-9

Asselin, Hon. Martial, Senator (Stadacona)
Bill C-61
British Columbia government, testimony before Commons Com-
mittee, 2l: 18

Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, 19: 9, 10
Coming into force, transition period, 19: 8-9, 14; 20: 13; 21: 19
Jurisdiction, federal and provincial powers, 19: 17; 21: 24, 25;
22: 12, 13,21
Justice Department, legal opinions, 22: 13, 14; 24: 11
Lawyers, remuneration, 17: 28
Nova Scotia government reaction, 17: 9-10; 19: 6
Ontario government
Brief, availability in advance, 19: 20, 21
Testimony before Commons Committee, 20: 22
Overview, philosophy, 17: 9; 20: 10, 12, 13; 21: 18, 19, 20; 22: 12
Point of order, 22: 13
Procedure, 17: 15, 16, 18; 19: l8,19;20:15;21:5;22:21
Program administration, cost-sharing, 20: 13, 24; 21: 19, 20;
22: 14-5, 18
Quebec government reaction, 20: 5
Quelsgtioln-gs rlatised during testimony before Commons Committee,
Study, procedure, 19: 13, 20
Supreme Court decision concerning treatment of young people in
court, 17: 18
Young offenders
British Columbia, 2]: 18, 26
Diversion, 17:9; 19: 14, 17
Fingerprints, 17: 16-7, 18
Maximum age, 17: 10, 11; 20: 11, 12; 21: 20, 27, 28
Minimum age, 22: 12
Parental authority, 17: 9-10, 15
Records, 17: 16-7; 21: 24, 25

Preuve de moralite, 53: 12
Procedure, 53: 15, 16, 18; 55: 20; 61: 12, 16; 63: 34, 36; 65: 18;
66:21, 37
Redaction, 36: 9, 13; 40: 22; 53: 9; 61: 13, 17-8
Temoins
Information de base, 53: 9, 17
Reunions avec ministere de la Justice, 55: 25-6; 66: 32-3

Bill S-34, 43: 6, 7,9
Bill S-35, 40: 28; 56: 8, 10, 11
Goldenberg, l’honorable senateur, demission comme president, 26: 7
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur, 69: 35, 43-5
President, election, procedure, 26: 9

Assemblée des chefs du Manitoba

Accord constitutionnel de 1983, commentaires, 74: 22-30

Assemblée des premieres nations, membre, 74: 27

Federation des Metis du Manitoba, reunions avec, 74: 26, 28
Information de base, 74: 26

Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, adoption proposee,

74: 23

Assemblée des premieres nations
Accord constitutionnel de 1983, commentaires, 75A: 3-8, 12;

76A: 10

Autonomic politique, definition, interpretation, 75A: 4-5, 8

Fraternité nationale des Indiens du Canada, secretariat, 2: 12
Information de base, 69: 18-9, 62; 71: 22-3, 25-6, 30, 33; 75A: 6

INDEX 7

Asselin, Hon. Martial, Senator (Stadacona)—Cant’d Assemblée des premieres nations—Suz‘te
BI“ C-61—C0nt’d 1 Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution
Y°“_ »g_°ff°“_d‘?r5__C0″t d Adoption proposee, 69: 84; 71: 26, 30; 75A: 17
Victims, C1Vll rights, 17: 15, 16 Etude par le Comité, procedure, 75A: 1-2, 3, 11-2

Bill C-127, subject-matter, 25:43, 44; 27: 33, 35, 36-7 RéS01u110nS

39- B111 C-201, subject-matter, 26: 37-40, 59,81, 85-6, 102 Au1o,,0m1c 1,011,111,161 2, 9, 12
B!“ S‘8» 1‘ 6= 9~l0v 11 Droits autoclitones, 2: 12

33: Bill S-19, 12: 8, 12, 16, 18, 20, 24-7, 28-9 V01, Wm-
B‘“ S‘24 Fraternite nationale des Indiens du Canada

Justice Department, legal opinions, 24: 11, 17
Legal opinions, 23: 5
Money bill, definition as, and possible consequences, 23: 7, 8; AssociationcanadiennedeSche1-sdepoflce

24: 12 Surveillance obligatoire position envers reference 32: 14′ 37: 11

Motion to adjourn, 23: 8, 10 20, 42: 23145: 36_7’ 50148: 14

Report to Senate, 24: 12, 15, 18
0’ Senate adoption of similar bills, 24: 7

B’l1 S-26 – – – – 9* –
5; [Companies in default, notification procedure under Canada Busi- AsES1(1)1c1l§Eg0; canadienne des fabncams d eqmpement de bureau
ness Corporations Act, 16: 16 Mémoire, 64A: 14_26

K‘°”‘— 50- L »“ »°d Recommandations, 64: 5, 10, 11-2, 15, 16-7, 19-20; 64A: 20, 22.

4 Administration, criticism of, 16: 11, 12 24. 65: 17
» Background information, 16: 7, 8,9 _ 1n1-omlamm dc 1335131641511 15
Correspondence with Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada, .1-ec1m01og1e 1n1—0rma11que
“‘ 14: .15 . . . Description, 64: 5-7; 64A: 16-8
Cost of revival, responsibility for, 16: 13 1mp0r1ance,64, 5_6, 11_2;64A1 24

Dissolution, notification, 16: 12, 15
Third reading, intention to deliver a speech during, 16: 17

Bl” S’27= 18‘ ,7’ 8 Association canadienne des paiements
BillS-31,sub_1ect-matter B111 S_33
Amendments, 30: 38, 43; 33: 57; 34: 37, 90 EVa1ua1101.1’ 6519,10; 65A, 49
Caisse de depét ct placement du Quebec Mémohe, 55A: 40.53
1″Vf)%“1*e »tS- W601 011- 23= 27» 23% 30= 37? 3“ 364 34= 87- 38» Recommandations, 65: 6, 9,10-2, 13, 14, 17, 18, 24, 28;65A: 51-3,
‘ 80
v National Assembly, responsibility of, 31: 37; 34: 31, 32, 33, 39, 1n1~Orma110n dc base, 551 61 65A: 42
40* 88 Technologie informatique
Royal Trust, 34: 30, 31, 45,46, 47 13636111111011, 55A, 43-5
Canadian Chamber of Commerce, 33: 60, 61 1mp0,1anCe, 651 15.6, 2015513143145, 49

Canadian Pacific Limited, 33: 20, 24; 34: 43-4, 45
Chamber of Commerce of the District of Montreal, 34: 29, 37

Corporations, federal regulations, applicability, 34: 81, 83, 84 Association canadknne des Sociétés 13112111111111 F1-y
Exemptions, 282 37 B111 s_32
Federal government, consultation with provincial governments, 1;:Va1ua11on, 39, 5_6, 9
28’ 28’ 29? 33‘ 61 Recommandations, 39: 5,6,9, 19, 20

Historical background, origins, 28: 16, 25-6; 30: 34, 36; 33: 9-11, R616 39: 5 7_8, 14, 17, 20
24-6; 34: 36-7, 44-5, 86-7, 89, 90 ’ ’
Lortie, Pierre, reaction, 28: 27, 38

Ontario government, reaction, 29: 6 . . , . , 9
Points oforder, 28: 39; 30: 20; 33: 27 A55°°‘“‘:1° » d°5.““‘.°° »“;‘:,°S 1″1‘,‘§“3“° »’°s djnlt ;‘1:::’t7“6 A, 4 8_12
Procedure, 23: 14, 29,40; 30: 39, 42, 53, 61;31: 27, 28, 3234: 24, Am’ °‘?“S“‘““°“”° °_ ’°°“ »“ ’ ‘ ‘

38, 43 Information de base, 76A. 4, 7,3? 1 C ft t‘ 1 _ 6
QuebeC’reaCt1on,30:34134: 88’ 89, 91 Progl6aAr1a3tipg de 1983 mo 1 iant a oiis 1 u ion, memoir ,
Study, procedure, 29: 7; 33: 45, 46; 34:61 ‘ ‘

Bill S-33
Accused

Rights, 361 10; 53, g_9’ 10; 65, 36 Association des banquiers canadiens

Spouse, 40: 25-6 Bill S-33 1
A1151’ 531 1 1 Amendements proposes, 55: 22, 25, 26
Evaluation, 55: 6, 11, 12; 55A: 19, 24-5, 26, 33-4

Application in Quebec, 53: 10; 61: 14-5; 66: 33 _ _ _ _ , , . . _
Character efidence, 53, 12 fistice, m1;l;8AtC1’1C8, r3e:nion avec des fonctionnaires, 55. 25, 26
– – – – – . _ _ . . emoire, : –

Coniipu1<:9i’_1):1’intouts, admissibility, 55. 11, 13 5, 18 20, 24,65. 11, Recommandafions, 55: 12, 15’ 16’ 19, 20’ 23; 55A: 2&9, 32, 34;
Definition, legislative statement or code, 61: 16 .64: 17:8; 65A: 80

Drafting, 36:9, 13;-10: 22; 53: 9;61: 13, 17-8 F°“°“°“~ 55- 5

Historical background, 36: 7-11, 13; 53: 9, 10
Motion, 55:4, 27 _ 1 _ _
Procedure, 53: 15, 16, 18; 55: 20; 61: 12, 16:63: 34, 36; 65: 18; Association des_c9mPagnxesde fiducle 41″ Canada

55, 21, 37 Bill S-33, position envers, 65A: 80

8 INDEX

Asselin, Hon. Martial, Senator (Stadacona)—C0nt’d
Bill S-33—Cont’d
United States federal rules of evidence, comparison, 40: 23, 25-6
Witnesses
Background information, 53: 9, 17
Meetings with Justice Department, 55: 25-6; 66: 32-3
Bill S-34, 43:6, 7,9
Bill S-35, 40: 28; 56: 8, 10, 11
Chairman, election, procedure, 26: 9

Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter,
69:35, 43-5
Goldenberg, the Honourable Senator, resignation as Chairman,

26: 7

Assembly of First Nations
Background information, 69: 18-9, 62; 71: 22-3, 25-6, 30, 33; 75A: 6
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983

Adoption recommended, 69: 84; 71: 26, 30; 75A: 12

Study by the Committee, procedure, 75A: 1-2, 3, 1 1-2
Constitutional Accord, 1983, comments, 75A: 3-8, 12; 76A: 10
National Indian Brotherhood, secretariat, 2: 12
Resolutions

Aboriginal rights, 2: 12

Self-government, 2: 9, 12
Self-government, definition, interpretation, 75A: 4-5, 8

See also
National Indian Brotherhood

Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs
Assembly of First Nations, member, 74:27
Background information, 74: 26
Constitution Amendment Proclamation,
mended, 74: 23

Constitutional Accord, 1983, comments, 74: 22-30
Manitoba Metis Federation, meetings with, 74: 26, 28

1983, adoption recom-

Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, adoption recom-
mended, 7l: 34-5

Association of Records Managers and Administrators
Background information, 67: 5-6, 14, 15; 67A: 1-2, 3
Bill S-33

Brief, 67A: 1-15
Recommendations, 67: 6-7, 18; 67A: 1 1-5

Awashish, Phillip, Vice-Chairman of the Cree Regional Authority;
Executive Chief of the Grand Council of the Crees (of Quebec)
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter,
72: 16-7

BP Canada, 30: 26, 27

Badcock, William T., Special Legal Adviser, National Indian Brother-
hood
Bill C-26, 2: 8, 13-4, 15,18, 19

Bail Reform Act, 17:6

Baker, Samuel R., Solicitor for the Petitioner, the President of the
Lethbridge Stake of the
Saints

Bill S-16, 8: 6-7, 9,12,13,14

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day

Association des femmes autochtones du Canada
Accord constitutionnel de 1983, commentaires, 70: 8-9, 11, 14, 16
Information de base, 70: 10
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, adoption proposee,
70:9, 14, 16

Association des gérants et administrateurs, gestion des documents
Bill S-33
Memoire, 67A: 1-15
Recommandations, 67: 6-7, 18; 67A: 11-5
Information de base, 67: 5-6, 14, 15; 67A: 1-2, 3

Association des Iroquois et des Indiens allies
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, adoption proposee,
71: 34-5

Association du Barreau canadien
Bill S-33
Articles, commentaires, 68A: 231-410
Colombie-Britannique, avocats plaidant au criminel,
49: 7, 8,22, 23, 25
Definition, enonce legislatif ou code, implications, 49: 8, 14, 15-6,
20-1, 25-7, 28;66: 45, 46
Donnees informatisees, 49: 6, 23, 27, 31; 66: 7, 41-4, 50
Droits des inculpes, 49: 6, 9,12, 19, 26, 27, 28; 66: 14, 20, 37;
1 68A: 252, 259, 279
Etude, 49: 6, 8,23, 25, 26, 27, 32, 33; 54: 13, 14
Evaluation par membres du Comité special sur S-33
Avocats plaidant au civil, 49: 12-4; 66: 8-13
Avocats plaidant au criminel, 49: 7-12; 66: 13-20
Avocats quebecois, 49: 14-9, 28-9, 30-2
Historique, 49:20, 22, 23, 28-9, 30, 31
Juridictions a 1’etranger, comparaison, 49: 24; 68A: 318-9
Justice, ministere, reunion avec, 52: 12, 23; 54: 14, 16; 66: 33
Memoires
Mars 1983, 49: 5-19; 66: 5-6; 68A: 226
Juin 1983, 66: 6-7; 68A: 225-410
Portee, 49: 8-14, 20-1, 23, 25, 26, 27, 32-3; 66: 7, 12, 13,47
Preuve, regles
Provinces, adoption, 49: 17-8, 22, 25, 29, 32; 66: 18
Reforme, 49: 19, 21, 24-5, 27, 31; 66: 46
Uniformisation, 49: 21, 22, 25, 28-9
Recommandation, 49: 6, 7; 66: 8
Redaction, critiques
Applicataion au Quebec, effet, 49: 16, 17-8, 30-1, 32
Consultation, processus, 49: 6, 7,22, 23-4, 25, 27, 30, 31-2, 33;
66: 46
Droit civil et droit criminel ensemble, 49: 16-7, 30-1
Traduction, 49: 15-6, 18-9, 32
Resolution, 49: 6, 30; 66: 5; 68A: 226
Conference de l’uniformisation, rapports annuels, 49: 34
Voir aussi
Comité conjoint Association du Barreau canadien——Barreau du
Quebec

position,

Association nationale de la femme et le droit
Bill C-127, memoire, 27: 6, 8
New (A) Image for Sexual Offences in the Criminal Code, 27: 9

Associations cooperatives de credit, Loi
Amendement propose; adopte, 6: 5; 7: 23-4

Assurance-chemage, Loi de 1971
Amendement par le Comité de la Chambre des communes a l’amen-
dement propose, 6: 6-7

INDEX 9

Bank Act
Foreign banks, subsidiaries in Canada, 11: 17, 20

Bankers’ Books Evidence Act (United Kingdom), 55: 6-7, 24; 55A: 3;
65: 7-8

Banking, Trade and Commerce, Standing Senate Committee
Bill S-24, report to Senate, 23: 5, 7-8, 10; 24: 7, 19

Baptist Joint Committee on Public Life in Canada
Background information, 26: 73-4
Bill C-201, Dominion Day, recommendation, 26: 73-5

Bar of Quebec
See
Joint Committee of the Canadian Bar Association and the Bar of
Quebec

Barber, G.A., & Sons Limited

Annual returns, 14: 10

Dissolution, date and reason, 14: 10
Historical background, 14: 10

Revival, purpose, 14: 10

See also
Bill S-21
Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada

Barber, G.A., & Sons Limited …, Act to revive
See
Bill S-21

Barton, Tom, Legal Counsel, Legal Services, Crown Assets Disposal
Corporation
“Proposals to correct… Revised Statutes of Canada, i970, and other
Acts…”, 7: 53-4

Battered women, 27: 10, 14-7, 43, 44

Battered Women, Protection Study for, Women’s Research Centre,
Vancouver, B.C., 27: 16-7

Beauchemin, Marthe, Notary for the Petitioner, Mr. Philippe Dorval
Bill S-34, 43:6, 7,8, 9

Bélisle, Paul, Clerk of the Committee
Bill C-127,subject-matter, 27:6
Bill C-201, correspondence received by the Committee, 26: 10, 1 1
Procedure, election of Chairman of Committee, 26: 9

Bell, Hon. Ann Elizabeth, Senator (Nanaimo-Malaspina)
Bill C-201, subject-matter, 26: 10-1, 56, 82

Bell and Bruce, R. v. ( (1982), 35 O.R. (2d) 164), 55: 8, 24; 55A: 6,
17; 64: 12-3, 19; 65: 19; 65A: 9

Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, The Grand Lodge of the
See
Elks of the Dominion of Canada, The Grand Lodge of the
Benevolent and Protective Order of

Assurance-chémage, Loi de 1971-Suite

Amendement propose; adopte, 6: 6-7; 7: 10, 56-8

Autochtones

Autonomic politique
Definitions, interpretations

Apercu, 76: 10

Assemblée des premieres nations, 75A: 4-5, 8

Coalition des premieres nations, 71: 9-14, 15-6, 18-9, 26
Conseil dc tribu de Hobbema, 74: 12-3

Conseil des autochtones du Canada, 70: 4], 54-5, 56, 57-8,

59-60
Conseil national des Métis, 70: 69-70, 73-6, 77-8, 80
Federation des nations indiennes de la Saskatchewan, 69: 50,
51-7, 59-65, 70-2, 83; 69A: 7-l0
Grand Conseil des Cris (du Quebec), 72: 25-6
Union des Indiens de l’Ontario (Anishinabek), 73: 21, 22-3
Gouvernement federal, position, 69: 14, 81, 82-3

Conferences constitutionnelles futures
Consentement des parties, disposition relative au, 69: 44-5, 54, 59,
65-8, 87-8; 70: 88-9; 71: 24; 71A: l4-5; 73: l 1, 13-5, 17-9, 22;
74: 10-1, l5-7, 21-2, 29-30
Financement, 69: 16, 75
Non-participants, nombre, 69: 28
Participants
Associations, 69: 17-8, 28
Representativité, 69: 18-9, 25-6; 70: 42, 45-6, 62-3, 66-7, 81;
71: 38-9; 73: 15,23;74:16-7,21-2;75A:5-6
Processus continu, 69: 15-6, 20, 51, 53, 67, 74, 80; 69A: 5;
70: 9-10, 13-4, 88-9, 95-6; 70A: 3; 71: 25; 71A: 14-5; 72: 12,
16-7; 73: 23; 73A: 2; 74: 10, 20, 25; 76: 8, l0
Definition
Apercu, 69: 33-40; 69A: 2, 5; 70: 39-40, 43-4, 51-4, 57-61
Indian, 69: 54-5, 75-6, 85; 69A: 12; 70: 18, 20-1, 40-1, 56-7, 83-4;
70A: 3-4; 71: 24-5, 32; 71A: 1; 72: 25-6; 73: H-5, 17, 22-3;
74: I5; 75A: l-2, 4-5; 76: 9, l0; 76A: l
Inuit, 69: 34; 70: 88-92, 95
Metis, 69: 34; 70: 41-3, 53, 63-9, 72, 84-5; 73: 17
Droits
Charte des droits et libertes, effet, interpretations, 69: 46, 68-70;
70: 20; 71A: 12, 13-4; 74: 14, 18-20
Confirmation, protection, 2: 11-4; 69: 40-2, 59, 70-1, 81; 71: 15-6,
17-24, 36-7; 71A: 3, 4,22; 72: 10, 12; 74: 8-9, 20-1, 23; 75A: 3,
4
Definition, 69: 22-3, 35-44, 51-4, 67, 60, 79-80, 88; 69A: l;
70: l7-9, 25-6, 38-9, 48-9, 54-6, 65, 93-4; 70A: 3-4; 71: 9-13,
15-8; 71A: 1, 3; 72: 10, 15-9, 21-4; 73: 10-5, 21, 23-4;
73A: 1-2; 74: 9-12, l4, 21; 75A: 10; 76: 10
«Droits existants—ancestraux ou issus de traites», definition
Interpretations, 69: 23, 40-1, 49, 51-4, 69-70, 88; 69A: 1-4, 5, 6-
10, 12; 70: 9-10, 18, 22-6, 38, 88-9, 96, 98; 70A: 3; 71: 10,
24; 71A: 4, 14-5; 72: 10-2, 14-5, 20-2; 73: 11, 20-1; 74: 14-5;
75A: 3; 76: 8, 10; 76A: 1
Traités, interpretation par des tribunaux, comparaison,
_ 69: 51-2, 53-4, 88; 69A: 10-2
Egalité des sexes
Femmes, position, 69: 25-6; 70: 9-1 1, 13, 16; 76A: 4, 6-7, 9-18
Indiens, position, 69: 27, 47, 67, 84-5; 70: 18, 21, 44-5; 70A: 4;
71: 30-2, 35-6; 71A: 13-4, 15; 72: 12, 24-6; 73: 14-5, 21-2;
74: 15; 75A: 4-5; 76A: 1-2, 10-1
Loi sur les Indiens, Article 12 (l)b), 69: 26-7, 45-7, 85;
69A: 2-3, 5; 70: 9, 18, 20-1, 44; 70A: 4; 71: 31; 72: 24-6;
73A: 1; 74: 15; 75A: 5; 76: 9; 76A: 1-2, 4, 7

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Bertrand, Gerard, Q.C., Chief Legislative Counsel, Legislation Sec-
tion, Department of Justice
Bill S-33
Discussion, 49: 34; 52: 22-3, 24
Statement, 52: 20-1
“Proposals to correct… Revised Statutes of Canada, 1970, and other
Acts…”
Discussion, 6: 8-12, 16-8, 20, 22-5; 7: 14, 16, 18-35, 39-45, 49-50,
53-6, 58-61
Statement, 6:6, 7

Bérubé, Real, Vice-Chairman, Canadian Consultative Council on Mul-
ticulturalism
Bill C-201, subject—matter
Discussion, 26: 48, 50
Statement, 26: 45

Better Pensions for Canadians, Department of National Health and
Welfare, 3]: 12, 23,29, 32; 34: 14

Bill C-10 — Canada Non-profit Corporations Act
Discussion
Clause 26 -— Ownership of property of charitable corporation,
8: 13
Clause 28 (1) — Property to be used to further charitable or
membership activities, 8: 13
See also
Bill S-16
Religious corporations

Bill C-26 — Fort Nelson Indian Reserve Minerals Revenue Sharing
Act

British Columbia government, parallel legislation, 2: 8
Discussion

Clause 3 —— Agreement approved, 2: 7

Clause 6 -— Amendment given effect, 2: 7

Clause 7 — Tabling order, 2: 7

Clause 9 -— Application, 2: 13-4

Preamble, 2: 9-10
Historical background, 2: 6-7, 14, 19-20
James Bay Agreement, comparison, 2: 10, 14,20
Purpose, 2: 7, 9
Report to Senate, without amendment, 2: 4, 5,21

See also
Fort Nelson Indian Band

Bill C-34 — Act to amend the Judges Act and certain other Acts in
consequence thereof
The numbers between square brackets refer to the sections of the
Judges Act
Adoption, urgency of, 9: 6-7
Discussion

Clause 7 [19 (b),19 (h),19 (m)], 9: 10-1

Clause 8 [4, 5,7, 9-19], 9: 8

Clause 9 [4, 5,7, 9-19], 9: 8

Clause 12 [19], 9: 8-9

Clause 13 [20], 9: 8, 9

Clause 15 [22 (3) (b)], 9: 9

Clause 16 [23(1)], 919,13-5,16-7,18

Clause 18(2) [25(1.1),25(I.2)],9: 11-2

Clause 18 (3) [25 (4)], 9: 22

Clause 19 (2) —— Supplementary Retirement Benefits Act, 9: 9-10
Clauses 23 — Auditor General Act, 1976-1977, c.34, 9: 10
Clause 24 — Official Languages Act, R.S., c.0-2, 9: 10

Clause 25 —— Canada Elections Act, c.l4 (1st Supp.), 9: 10

Autochtones—Suite

Droits-—Suz’te
Egalite des sexes—Suite
Redaction de l’amendement constitutionnel, 69: 17, 22-7, 31,
32, 45-6, 67, 78-9; 69A: 2-3, 5; 70: 8-16, 44, 89; 72: 12;
73A: 1; 74: 20-1; 76: 9, 10
Repercussions
Cofits, 69: 76, 84, 85-6; 70: 44, 58
Droits de propriete, 69: 47-8
Indiens
Arbitrage, droit, 2: 10-1, 13, 14-5, 17-8
Consensus, 71: 33-4, 38; 73: 15, 23; 74: 9, 16-7, 21-2, 28;
75A: 6-7; 76A: 2
Declaration des premieres nations, 71: 8, 9,14, 23, 33-4; 71A: 1,
2,5
Education, 71: 29, 31
Histoire, 2: 9-10, 11; 71: 7-14, 32-3, 35-7; 71A: 4-5, 8-9, 16-8;
74:9, 13-4, 17; 75A: 2, 8-10; 76A: 5-7
Indiens de Fort Nelson, bande, droits miniers et revenus miniers,
2:6-7,9, 10, 11,20
Proclamation royale de 1763, 69: 31; 69A: 8, 9; 70: 27; 71: 9,
11-2, 13, 15,20, 28; 71A: 1, 8,12, 14, 17-8; 73: 18; 74: 13;
75A: 2, 4,8-11
Nombre
Apercu, 69: 28, 34; 70: 82-3
Indiens, 70:45, 81; 71:30
Inuit, 70: 97
Metis, 70: 72, 81
Processus bilateral
Continuation, 69: 16, 21-2, 74, 81
Indiens, 69: 18-21, 31-2, 56-7, 63, 66-9, 75; 70: 45; 71: 8-9, 15-7,
23-5; 71A: 10-5; 72: 16; 73: 25; 74: 9-10, 24, 26, 27-9; 75A: 8,
10-1
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, adoption, positions
envers
Assemblée des chefs du Manitoba, 74: 23
Assemblée des premieres nations, 69: 84; 71: 26, 30; 75A: 12
Association des femmes autochtones du Canada, 70: 9, 14, 16
Coalition des premieres nations, 71: 13, 17, 25, 30, 35-8; 73: 17,
18
Comité d’etude Inuit des questions nationales, 70: 87, 89
Conseil de tribu de Hobbema, 74: 16
Conseil de tribu de Nishga (New Aiyansh, Colombie-Britanni-
que),73:9, 15,16
Conseil des autochtones du Canada, 69: 84; 70: 36-7, 46-7, 61
Conseil des Indiens du Yukon, 70: 19; 70A: 2, 4-5
Conseil national des Metis, 70: 70
Grand Conseil des Cris (du Quebec), 72: 9, 12, 16, 24
Inuit Tapirisat of Canada, 69: 84
Union des Indiens de1’Ontario (Anishinabek), 73: 23, 24
Revendications territoriales
Accords
Convention de la Baie James et du Nord quebecois, 2: 10, 14,
20; 69: 40-2, 73, 77-8; 70: 65-7, 70-3, 77-8, 80; 71: 33;
7lA:l2;72:9,10-1,13-5,19-25;74:19;75A:1
Protection constitutionnelle, interpretations, 69: 40-2, 48, 76-8;
69A: 2, 3-4; 70: 18-9, 21-4, 26-34, 39, 88-9, 93, 98-9;
70A: 2-3; 72: 10-2, 13-5, 20-4; 73: 11, 13-4, 17-9, 22;
73A: 2; 75A: 3-4; 76: 10; 76A: 1
Repercussions, droits de propriete, 69: 47-8, 63-4
Assemblée des premieres nations, position, 75A: 7-8, 1 1
Inuit, 70: 96
Metis, 70: 65-7, 70-3, 77-8, 80
Nishga, 73: 8-9, 10-5, 18-9
Territoires du Nord-Ouest, 69: 34, 76-7, 80-3; 70: 22, 95, 97;
72: 21; 73A: 1-2
Yukon, 69: 81-2; 69A: 1, 3; 70A: 2-3

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Bill C-34 — Act to amend the Judges Act and certain other Acts in
consequence thereof~Cont’d
Implications
Consequential amendments to other Acts, 9: 10
Judges’ contributions towards annuities, provisions deleted, 9: 6-7,
10
Report to Senate, without amendment, 9: 4, 5,22
See also
Bill C-52
Judges
Judges Act

Bill C-37 — Act to amend the Holidays Act

Bill C-201, comparison, 26: 15, 83,85, 88-9, 91, 92, 93

Bill C-45 — Act to amend the Pest Control Products Act
Discussion, Clause 1 — Act binding on Her Majesty, 15: 6-11
Historical background, 15: 6, 8,9, 10, ll
Purpose, 15: 6, 9
Ramifications, provinces, 15: 7-11
Report to Senate, without amendment, 15:4, 5,11

See also
Pest Control Products Act

Bill C-52 — Statute Law (Superannuation) Amendment Act, lst Ses-

sion, 30th Parliament

Judges Act amended, contributions to annuities, 9: 17

See also
Bill C-34
Judges
Judges Act

Bill C-53 —— Act to amend the Criminal Code in relation to sexual

offences and the protection of young persons and to amend certain
other Acts in relation thereto or in consequence thereof, subject-
matter
Amendments proposed, 25: 29-30, 37
Bill C-127, comparison, 25: 34-5, 36, 40-1
Historical background, 25: 16
Study, procedure, 25: 6-15, 28, 31-2, 42
See also
Bill C-127
Child pornography and sexual exploitation of children

Bill C-61 — Young Offenders Act

Coming into force, 17: 24-5; 19:6, 9,14; 20: 10, 21; 21: 19; 22: 11-2,
15-7, 18

Discussion

Clause 3 -— Declaration of Principle, 17: 22; 19: 17; 21: 11

Clause 4 — Alternative Measures, 21:9

Clause 11 —— Right to counsel, I7: 27; 21: 9-10, 19, 23,27

Clause 23 (2) (d) — Conditions that may appear in probation

orders, 21: 10

Clause 24 — Custody, 21: 11

Clause 43 (2) (b) — Private records, 19: 12

Clause 45 — Destruction of Records, 17: 16; 19: 10, 11-2; 21: 12,

14-5, 19, 24-5, 27

Clause 56 —~ Evidence, 21: 9-10, 19

Clause 69 — Youth Justice Committees, 22: 8-9

Clause 70 — Agreements with Provinces, 19: 9; 21: 12-3
Historical background, 17:5, 8,13-4; 19: 10, 15-6; 21: 6-7
Juvenile Delinquents Act, comparison, 17: 5-6, 10, 24-6

Autochtones-Suite
Traites, interpretations, 71: 9, 10-4, 16, 19-22, 27-8, 35; 71A: 2-4,
9-10,12-3,17,21-3

Autonomic politique des Indiens, Comité special de la Chambre des
communes, 69: 82-3; 70: 45, 59; 75A: 5; 76: 10

Awashish, M. Phillip, vice-president de l’administration régionale
Cris; chef exécutif du Grand Conseil des Cris (du Quebec)
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur, 72: 16-7

BP Canada, 30: 26, 27

Badcock, M. William T., conseiller juridique special, Fraternité
nationale des Indiens du Canada
Bill C-26, 2: 8, 13-4, 15, 18, 19

Baker, M. Samuel R., procureur du pétitionnaire, le President de la
Division de Lethbridge de l’Eglise de Jesus-Christ des saints des
derniers jours

Bill S-16, 8: 6-7, 9, 12, 13, 14

Bande des Indiens de Fort Nelson
Voir
Indiens de Fort Nelson, bande

Bankers’ Books Evidence Act (Royaume-Uni), 55: 6-7, 24; 55A: 20;
65: 7-8

Banques, Loi
Banques etrangeres, filiales au Canada, 11: 17, 20

Banques et du commerce, Comité senatorial permanent
Bill S-24, rapport au Senat, 23: 5, 7-8, 10; 24: 7, 19

Baptist Joint Committee on Public Life in Canada
Bill C-20], fete du Dominion, recommandation, 26: 73-5
Information de base, 26: 73-4

Barber, G.A., & Sons Limited
Dissolution, date et raison, 14: 10
Historique, 14: 10
Reconstitution, but, 14: 10
Sommaires annuels, 14: 10

Voir aussi
Bill S-21
Consommation et Corporations Canada

Barber, G.A., & Sons Limited …, Loi reconstituant la societe
Voir
Bill S-21

Barreau du Quebec
Voir
Comité conjoint Association du Barreau canadien—Barreau du
,
Quebec

Barton, M. Tom, avocat conseil, Services juridiques, Corporation de
disposition des biens de la Couronne
«Propositions visant a corriger… Statuts revises du Canada de 1970
et certaines lois posterieures», 7: 53-4

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Bill C-61 —— Young Offenders Act-—C0nt’a’

Purpose, philosophy, 17:5, 6,9, 10, 22; 19: 13, 15, 16; 20: 10, 12-3,
21, 23; 21: 7, 9,10,13,18-9

Ramifications, provincial governments, reaction, overview, 17: 7, 10,
11-2, 20-1, 26, 28, 29; 19: 5, 6,10, 14, 16-7, 18-9; 20: 13;
21: 27-9; 22: 12

Report to Senate, without amendment, 22: 4, 5,22, 23

Scope, retroactivity, 17: 19-20

Bill C-102 —— Act to amend the Department of Energy, Mines and
Resources Act
Amendment June 2, 1982, comparison with amendment of May 12,
1982, 50: 9-10, 12-4, 18, 19,22
See also
Bill C-130

Bill C-127 — Act to amend the Criminal Code in relation to sexual
offences and other offences against the person and to amend cer-
tain other Acts in relation thereto or in consequence thereof, sub-
ject-matter

The numbers between square brackets refer to the sections of the
Criminal Code

Amendments, proposals

Clause 19 [244 (4)] — Accused’s belief as to consent, 25: 23

Clause 19 [245.2 (1)] — Aggravated assault, 25:29

Clause 19 [2461] ~— Sexual assault, 25:43

Clause 19 [246.2] —— Sexual assault with a weapon, threats …,
25: 43

Clause 19 [246.3] —— Aggravated sexual assault, 25: 29-30, 37

Clause 19 [246.6 (1) (c)] — No evidence concerning sexual activ-
ity, 25:44

Clause 19 [246.7] —— Reputation evidence, 25: 27-8, 44

Clause 19 [246.8] — Spouse may be charged, 25: 44

Bill C-53, comparison, 25: 34-5, 36, 40-1
Discussion

Clause 1 [2] — Definition “complainant », 25: 34-5

Clause 6 [I42], 25: 18, 34; 27: 8, l 1, 12, 47,49, 50

Clause 6 [I43], 25:35

Clause 13 [195 (1)] —— Procuring, 25: 33

Clause 16 [214 (5) (124 on page 51 of Issue #27)] — Hijacking,
sexual assault or kidnapping, 27:39-40, 51, 52

Clause 19 [244 (l)] —- Assault, 25:26, 41-2

Clause 19 [244 (3)] —— Consent, 25: 35-6, 41; 27: 18-20, 32-3,
37-8, 40-1

Clause 19 [244 (4)] — Accused’s belief as to consent, 25: 22-5;
27: 8-10, 12-6, 21-4, 26-8, 42, 46-7

Clause 19 [245] — Assault, 25: 17; 27: 8, 14-5, 41

Clause 19 [245.1] —— Assault with a weapon or causing bodily
harm, 25: 35; 27: 16-7

Clause 19 [245.2] —— Aggravated assault, 25: 29-30, 37, 40-1

Clause 19 [246.1 (1)] — Sexual assault, 25: 16, 17, 32-3, 36-7,
40-2; 27: 8, 17, 25-6, 41

Clause 19 [246.1 (2)] — No defence, 25: 26; 27: 18-20, 40-1

Clause 19 [246.2] —— Sexual assault with a weapon, threats …,
25: 16, 17, 36-7, 40-1, 43-4; 27: 16-7

Clause 19 [246.3] — Aggravated sexual assault, 25: 17, 29-30,
37, 40-1; 27: 24, 39

Clause 19 [246.4] — Corroboration not required, 25: I9; 27: 8,
17-8

Clause 19 [246.5] — Rules respecting recent complaint abro-
gated, 25:20, 39, 40; 27: ll, 17, 18

Clause 19 [246.6 (1)] — No evidence concerning sexual activity,
25: 21-2, 44; 27: 8, 1 1, 12, 47-8, 49-51

Clause 19 [246.7] —— Reputation evidence, 25: 27-8, 44

Clause 19 [246.8] — Spouse may be charged, 25: 44; 27: 8, 14-6

Clause 20 [249] — Abduction of person under sixteen, 25: 25

Battered Women, Protection Study for, Women’s Research Centre,
Vancouver, C.-B., 27: 16-7

Beauchemin, Mme Marthe, notaire du pétitionnaire, M. Philippe Dor-

val
Bill S-34, 43: 6, 7,8, 9

Bélisle, M. Paul, greffier du Comité
Bill C-127, teneur, 27: 6
Bill C-201, correspondance recue par le Comité, 26: 10, 1 1
Procedure, élection du president du Comité, 26: 9

Bell, honorable Ann Elizabeth, sénateur (Nanaimo-Malaspina)
Bill C-201, teneur, 26: 10-1, 56, 82

Bell et Bruce, R. c. ( (1982), 35 O.R. (2d) 164), 55: 8, 24; 55A: 22-3,
33; 64: 12-3, 19; 65: 19; 65A: 48

Bertrand, M. Gérard, c.r., conseiller législatif en chef, Section de la
Iégislation, ministére de la Justice
Bill S-33
Discussion, 49: 34; 52: 22-3, 24
Exposé, 52: 20-1
«Propositions visant a corriger… Statuts revisés du Canada de 1970
et certaines lois postérieures»
Discussion, 6: 8-12, 16-8, 20, 22-5; 7: 14, 16, 18-35, 39-45, 49-50,
53-6, 58-61
Exposé, 6: 6, 7

Bérubé, M. Réal, vice-président, Conseil consultatif canadien du mul-
ticulturalisme
Bill C-201, teneur
Discussion, 26: 48, 50
Exposé, 26: 45-6

Biens de surplus de la Couronne, Loi
Amendements proposes; adoptés, 7: 53-4

Bill C-10 — Loi sur les sociétés canadiennes sans but lucratif
Discussion
Art. 26 — Droit de propriété des sociétés de bienfaisance, 8: 13 ,
Art. 28 (1) — Utilisation des fonds pour promouvoir ses activites
de bienfaisance, 8: 13
Voir aussi
Bill S-16
Sociétés religieuses

Bill C-26 — Loi sur le partage des revenus miniers de la réserve
indienne de Fort Nelson

Baie James, Convention, comparaison avec, 2: 10, 14, 20
But, 2: 7, 9
Colombie-Britannique, gouvernement, loi équivalente, 2: 8
Discussion

Art. 3 -— Accord en vigueur, 2: 7

Art. 6 —— Modifications, 2: 7

Art. 7 — Depot devant le Parlement, 2: 7

Art. 9 — Application, 3: 14

Préambule, 2: 9-10
Historique, 2: 6-7, 14, 19-20
Rapport au Sénat, sans amendement, 2: 4, 5,21

Voir aussi
Indiens de Fort Nelson, bande

re,

Pl‘-

INDEX 13

Bill C-127 — Act to amend the Criminal Code in relation to sexual
offences and other offences against the person and to amend cer-
tain other Acts in relation thereto or in consequence thereof,-
Cbnfd

Discussion—Cont’d
Clause 20 [250] —- Abduction of person under fourteen, 25: 25
Clause 20 [250.1] —— Abduction in contravention of custody
order, 25: 25; 27: 44-5
Clause 20 [250.2] — Abduction where no custody order, 25: 25;
27: 44, 45
Clause 20 [250.4] — Defence, 25: 25
Clause 25 [442] —- Reasons to be stated, 25: 34
Historical background, 25:6, 32, 33, 42-3; 27: 21
Study, procedure, 25: 42-3
See also
Bill C-53
Child abduction
Sexual offences

Bill C-130 — International Development (Financial Institutions)
Continuing Assistance Act: consideration of the constitutionality of
Clauses 5 to 11 inclusive

Amendment by House of Commons Standing Committee on Exter-
nal Affairs and National Defence, 50: 20-1, 22-3
Constitutionality of negative resolution procedures
Bill C-102, comparison, 50: 8-10, 11, 12-4, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21-2, 23
Senate role, 50:6, 7,8, 10-1, 12, 14, 15, 16-9, 20-1, 22-5
Definitions
“Institution”, 50: 22
“Parliament”, 50: 10-1
Discussion
Clause 2 —— Definition of “institution”, 50: 22
Clause 3 — Assistance, 50: 18, 19, 22
Clause 4 — Amendment of schedule, 50: 16, 17, 18, 19, 22
Clause 5 — Tabling order, 50: 8, 9,10, 11, 14, 16, 18, 20, 21
Clause 6 — If affirmative motion is not adopted by the House of
Commons, 50: 8, 9, 14, 16
Clause 7 — If negative motion is adopted by the House of Com-
mons, 50: 8, 9,14, 16
Clause 8 —— If affirmative motion is adopted by the House of
Commons, 50: 8, 9,14, 16
Clause 9 — If negative motion is not adopted by the House of
Commons, 50: 8, 9,14, 16
Clause 10 Revocation on prorogation or dissolution of Parlia-
ment, 50: 8, 9,14, 16
Clause 11 — Definition of “sitting day of Parliament”, 50: 8,
9,14, 16
Purpose, 50: 11-2, 21
Report to Senate
Drafting, 50:4, 8,12, 14-5, 17, 18, 23-5
Motion, 50: 12, 14,25
Report without amendment but with a recommendation express-
ing the reservations discussed in Committee, 50: 4, 5,25
See also
Bill C-102

Bill C-141 -— Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and to
amend certain other Acts in consequen c thereof
The numbers between square brackets refer to the sections of the
Canadian Human Rights Act
Amendments by House of Commons Standing Committee on Jus-
tice and Legal Affairs
Clause 7 [14] — bonafide occupational requirement, 51: 10-1, 13

Bill C-34 — Loi modifiant la Loi sur les juges et apportant 5 d’autres
lois des modifications connexes
Les numéros entre parentheses carrées indiquent les articles de la
Loi sur les juges
Adoption, urgence, 9: 6-7
Discussion
Art. 7[19b),19h),19m)], 9: 10-1
Art, 8[4, 5,7, 9-19], 9: 8
Art. 9[4, 5,7, 9-19], 9: 8
Art. l2[l9], 9: 8-9
Art. 13[20], 9: 8, 9
Art. 15[22 (3)b)], 9: 9
Art. 16[23(1)],9:9,13-5,16—7, 18
Art. 18 (2)[25 (1, 1),25 (1.2)], 9: 11-2
Art. 18 (3)[25 (4)], 9: 22
Art. 19 (2) — Loi sur les prestations de retraite supplémentaire,
9: 9-10
Art. 23 — Loi sur le vérificateur général, 1976-77, c. 34,9: 10
Art. 24 ~— Loi sur les langues officielles, S.R., C. 0-2, 9: 10
Art. 25 —— Loi électorale du Canada, c. 14 (1°’ suppl.), 9: 10
Implications
Contributions des juges aux fonds de pensions, dispositions suppri-
mées, 9: 6-7, 10
Modifications connexes a d’autres lois, 9: 10
Rapport au Sénat, sans amendement, 9: 4, 5,22
Voir aussi
Bill C-52
Juges
Juges, Loi

Bill C-37 — Loi modifiant la Loi établissant des jours fériés
Bill C-201, comparaison, 26: 15, 83, 85, 88-9, 91, 92, 93

Bill C-45 — Loi modifiant la Loi sur les produits antiparasitaires

But, 15: 6, 9
Discussion, Article 1 — Obligation de Sa Majesté, 15: 6-11
Historique, 15: 6, 8,9, 10, 11
Ramifications, provinces, 15: 7-11
Rapport au Sénat, sans amendement, 15: 4, 5,11

Voir aussi
Produits antiparasitaires, Loi

Bill C-52 — Loi de 1975 modifiant le droit statutaire (Pension de
retraite), lre session, 30e législature
Amendement a la Loi sur les juges, contributions aux pensions, 9: 17
Voir aussi

Bill C-34
Juges
Juges, Loi

Bill C-53 — Loi modifiant le Code criminel en matiére d’infractions
sexuelles et de protection des jeunes et apportant des modifica-
tions corrélatives a d’autres lois, teneur

Amendements proposés, 25: 29-30, 37

Bill C-127, comparaison, 25: 34-5, 36, 40-1
Etude, procedure, 25: 6-15, 28, 31-2, 42
Historique, 25: 16

Voir aussi
Bill C-127
Enfants, pornographic et exploitation sexuelle

Bill C-61 —— Loi sur les jeunes contrevenants
But, philosophic, 17: 5, 6,9, 10, 16,22; 19: 13, 15, 16; 20: 10, 12-3,
21, 23; 21: 7, 9,10, 13, 18-9

14 INDEX

Bill C-141 — Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and to
amend_ certain other Acts in consequence thereof-—Cont’d
Amendments by House of Commons Standing Committee on Jus-
tice and Legal Affairs—Cont’a’
Clause 20 [41.4] — Restriction, for avoiding undue hardship, on
orders, 51: 13-6
Clause 29 —— Coming into force, 51: 13
Discussion
Clause 1, 51: 21
Clause 7 [13] —- Harassment and sexual harassment, 51: 8
Clause 7 [14] — Exceptions, 51: 18-20, 21-2, 23
Clause 9 [15.1] —- Plans to meet the needs of disabled persons,
51: 25-6
Clause 11 [19.1] — Accessibility standards, 51: 25, 26
Clause 23 [48] —— Acts of Employees, Exculpation, 51: 1 1
Clause 24 [63] —- Binding on Crown, 5]: ll
Drafting, French version
Clause 7, 51: 16-8
Clause 20, 51: 13-6
Historical background, 51: 6-8
Report to Senate, without amendment, 5]: 4, 5,27
Scope, application, 51: 21-2
See also
Canadian Human Rights Act
Human rights

Bill C-192 — Young Offenders Act (3rd Session, 28th Parliament),
17: 14

Bill C-201 — Act to amend the Holidays Act, subject-matter

Bill C-37, comparison, 26: 15,83, 85, 88-9, 91, 92, 93

Consequential amendments or ancillary legislation, 26: 80, 83, 89,
90, 93, 94, 95-6, 98

Definition, 26: 85, 88-9, 90, 91-3, 95, 98

Drafting, 26: 15, 37-8

Historical background, passage in House of Commons, 26: 14-5, 38,
61, 68, 73, 74-5, 77,78, 85, 89, 90

Ramifications for business community, 26: 97-8, 101-2

Report to Senate, preparation, 26: 78, 80-1, 89, 94, 103

Study, procedure, 26: I0, 12, 37-8, 46, 76-7, 80-2, 89-90, 94, 95, 96,
102-3

See also
Canada Day, proposed title for July 1st
Dominion Day, replacement by Canada Day, proposal

Bill S-8 -— Act to revive Pyramid Communications Limited
Discussion
Clause 1 —- Company continued, 1:4, 12
Clause 2 —— Rights preserved, 1: 4, 12
Preamble, 1: 4, 12
Title, 1:4, 12
Report to Senate, without amendment, 1:4, 5,12
See also
Pyramid Communications Limited

Bill S-12 -— Act respecting the Canadian Merchant Service Guild
The numbers between square brackets denote the original numbering
of the clauses of the bill
Amendments
Clause 9 (2) —-— By-laws between conventions; carried, 3: 4, 5,16
Clause 9 (3) [2] —- Enforcement of by-laws; carried, 3: 4, 5,16
Clause 9 (4) [3] —— Duration of by-laws; carried, 3: 4, 5,16
Discussion
Clause 4 — Objects, 3: 11, 12, 13

Bill C-61 —— Loi sur les jeunes contrevenants—Suite
Discussion
Art. 3 — Declaration des principes, 17: 22; 19: 17; 21: 11
Art. 4 — Mesures de rechange, 21: 9
Art. 11 — Droit aux services d’un avocat, 17: 27; 21: 9-10, 19, 23,
27
Art. 23 (2)d) — Conditions pouvant figurer dans une ordonnance
de probation, 21: 10
Art. 24 — Garde, 21: 11
Art. 43 (2)b) — Dossiers prives, 19: 12
Art. 45 — Destruction des dossiers, 17: 16; 19: 10, 11-2; 21: 12,
14-5, 19, 24-5, 27
Art. 56 —-— Preuve, 21: 9-10, 19
Art. 69 — Comites de justice pour la jeunesse, 22: 8-9
Art. 70 — Accords avec les provinces, 19: 9; 21: 12-3
Entree en vigueur, 17: 24-5; 19:6, 9,14; 20: 10, 21; 21: 19; 22: 11-2,
15-7, 18
Historique, 17: 5, 8,13-4; 19: 10, 15-6; 21: 6-7
Loi sur les jeunes délinquants, comparaison, 17: 5-6, 10, 24-6
Portee, retroactivite, 17: 19-20
Ramifications, gouvernements provinciaux, réaction, apercu, 17: 7,
10, 11-2, 20-1, 26-8, 29; 19: 5, 6,10, 14, 16-7, 18-9; 20: 13;
21: 27-9; 22: 12
Rapport au Sénat, sans amendement, 22: 4, 5,22, 23

Bill C-102 — Loi modifiant la Loi sur le ministére de l’Energie, des
Mines et des Ressources
Amendement du 2 juin 1982, comparaison avec l’amendement du 12
mai 1982, 50: 9-10, 12-4, 18, 19,22
Voir aussi

Bill C-130

Bill C-127 — Loi modifiant le Code criminel en matiére d’infractions
sexuelles et d’autres infractions contre la personne et apportant
des modifications corrélatives a d’autres lois, teneur
Les numéros entre parentheses carrées indiquent les articles du
Code criminel

Amendements, propositions

Art. l9[244 (4)] ——- Croyance de l’accuse quant au consentement,
25: 23

Art. 19[245.2 (1)] — Voies de fait graves, 25: 29

Art. l9[246.l] — Agression sexuelle, 25:43

Art. 19[246.2] — Agression sexuelle armee, menaces ,,,, 25: 43

Art, 19[246.3] —— Agression sexuelle grave, 25: 29-30, 37

Art. l9[246.6 (1)c)] — Pas de preuve sur le comportement sexuel
du plaignant, 25: 44

Art. 19[246.7] — Preuve de reputation. 25: 27-8, 44

Art. 19[246.8] —- Inculpation du conjoint, 25: 44

Bill C-53, comparaison, 25: 34-5, 36, 40-1
Discussion

Art. 1[2] —- Definition «plaignant», 25: 34-5

Art. 6[142],25: 18, 34; 27: 8, ll, 12, 47, 49, 50

Art. 6[143], 25:35

Art. 13[195 (1)] — Proxenétisme, 25: 33

Art. 16[2l4 (5) (124 a la page 51 du fascicule #27)] ——- Detour-
nement, agression sexuelle ou enlevement, 27: 39-40, 51, 52

Art. l9[244 (1)] —— Voies de fait, 25: 26, 41-2

Art. l9[244 (3)] —— Consentement, 25: 35-6, 41; 27: 18-20, 32-3,
37-8, 40-1

Art. l9[244 (4)] — Croyance de l’accuse quant au consentement,
25: 22-5; 27: 8-10, 12-6, 21-4, 26-8, 42, 46-7

Art. 19[245] — Voies de fait, 25: 17; 27: 8, 14-5, 41

Art. l9[245.1] -— Agression armee ou infliction de lesions corpo-
relles, 25: 35; 27: 16-7

Art. l9[245.2] -— Voies de fait graves, 25: 29-30, 37, 40-1

INDEX 15

Bill S-12 —- Act respecting the Canadian Merchant Service Guild— Bill C-127 — Loi modifiant le Code criminel en matiére d’infractions
CONIV1 sexuelles et d’autres infractions contre la personne et apportant
Discussion—Cont’d des modifications corrélatives 5 d’autres lois, teneur-—Suite
Clause 5 — Powers, 3: I2, I3, I4 Discussion——~Su[te

s Clause 9 — By-laws, 3: 13-4 Art. 19[246.1 (1)] — Agression sexuelle, 25: 16, 17, 32-3, 36-7,
Clause 9 (1) (j) – By-laws, referenda, 3: 16 40-2; 27: 8, 17, 25-6, 41
3 Clause 9 (2) — By-laws between conventions, 3: 7-8, 15-6 Art. 19[246.1 (2)] — Defense irrecevable, 25: 26; 27: 18-20, 40-1

Art. 19[246.2] —— Agression sexuelle armee, menaces …, 25: 16,
17, 36-7, 40-1, 43-4; 27: 16-7

Art. 19[246.3] — Agression sexuelle grave, 25: 17, 29-30, 37,
40-1; 27: 24, 39

Art. l9[246.4] —- La corroboration n’est pas exigee, 25: 19; 27: 8,
17-8

Art. l9[246.5] — Abolition des regles relatives 2‘: la plainte spon-
tanee, 25:20, 39, 40;27: 11, 17, 18

Art. l9[246.6 (1)] — Pas de preuve sur le comportement sexuel
du plaignant, 25: 21-2, 44; 27: 8, ll, 12, 47-8, 49-51

Art. 19[246.7] — Preuve de reputation, 25: 27-8, 44

Art. I9[246.8] — Inculpation du conjoint, 25: 44; 27: 8, 14-6

Art. 20[249] — Enlevement d’une personne de moins de seize

Clause 9 (3) [2] — Enforcement of by-laws, 3: 15
Clause 9 (4) [3] – Duration of by-laws, 3: 15
Clause 10 (1) — “Former Act” defined, 3: 9
– Clause 10 (2) — Continuation, 3: 9

Clause 10 (3) — Actions taken under former Act, 3: 9, 10
Report to Senate, with amendments, 3: 4, 5,16

See also
Canadian Merchant Service Guild

Bill S-13 —— Act to revive Montilac Ltd. and Socam Ltd.
Implications, 4: 12
Report to Senate, without amendment, 4: 4, 5,13

Senate procedure, Rule 95, 4: 6 3’15» 253 25

See (1150 Art. 20[250] — Enlevement d’une personne de moins de quatorze
Montilac Ltd. ans. 253 25 _
Socam Ltd_ Art. 20[250.1] — Enlevement en contravention d’une ordonnance

de garde, 25: 25; 27: 44-5
Art. 20[250.2] —— Enlevement en l’absence d’une ordonnance de
garde, 25: 25; 27: 44, 45
Art. 20[250.4] — Defense, 25: 25
Art. 25[442] — Motifs, 25: 34
Etude, procedure, 25: 42-3
Historique, 25: 6, 32, 33, 42-3; 27: 21
Voir aussi
Bill C-53
Enfants, rapt
Infractions sexuelles

Bill S-14 —— Act to revive Tremus Industries Limited

Purpose, 5: 6

Report to Senate, without amendment, 5: 4, 5,7
Senate procedure, Rule 95, 4: 6

See also
Tremus Industries Limited

Bill S-16 — Act respecting the President of the Lethbridge Stake of
the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Act to incorporate the President of the Lethbridge Stake, compari-
son, 8: 9-11, 12-3
Discussion
Clause 1 – Incorporation, 8: 7-8
Clause 3 — Capacity, 8; 10 Amendement par le Comité permanent des Affaires exterieures et
Clause 4 ~— Nomprofit corporation, 8; 10, 12.3 de la Defense nationale de la Chambre des communes, 50: 20-1,
Preamble, paragraph (c), 8: 10 22-3
Purpose, 8: 6, 7 But, 50: 11-2, 21
Report to Senate, without amendment, 8: 4, 5,14 Constitutionnalite de la procedure relative aux resolutions negatives

Bill C-130 —- Loi d’aide au développement international (institutions
financiéres): examen de la constitutionnalite des articles 5 a ll
inclusivement

See also Bill C-102, comparaison, 50: 8-10, 11, 12-4, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21-2,
Bill C-10 23
President of the Lethbridge Stake, Act to incorporate, S.C. 1926-27, Sénat, role, 50:6, 7,8, 10-1, 12, 14, 15, 16-9, 20-1, 22-5
Chap. 112 Definitions

«Institution», 50: 22
«Parlement», 50: 10-1
Discussion

Art. 2 — Definition d’«institution», 50: 22

Art. 3 — Aide, 50: 18, 19,22

Art. 4 — Modification de l’annexe, 50: 16, 17, I8, 19, 22

Art. 5 —— Depot devant le Parlement, 50: 8, 9,10, 11, 14, 16, 18,

President of the Lethbridge Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints
Religious corporations

Bill S-19 — State Immunity Act
Amendments

Clause 2 -— Definitions; carried, 12: 5-6, 14; 13:4, 6 20, 21
Clause 4 (4) — Third party proceedings and counter claims; car- Art. 6 — Non—adoption d’une motion de ratification, 50: 8, 9,14,
ried, 13:4, 6 I6

Clause 9 (7) —~ Default judgement, French version; carried, 13: 5,
6

Clause 11 (2) — Property of an agency of a foreign state is not
immune; carried, 12: 6; 13: 5,6

Clause 1 1 (4) —— Property of a foreign central bank immune; car-
ried, 12: 5, 22; 13: 5, 6-7

Clause 14 — Governor in Council may restrict or extend
immunity by order; carried, 12: 7-8, 23-4; 13: 5, 7

Art. 7 — Adoption d’une motion dc rejet, 50: 8, 9,14, 16

Art. 8 — Suite de l’adoption d’une motion de ratification, 50: 8,
9,14, 16 _

Art. 9 — Suite de la non-adoption d’une motion de rejet, 50: 8,
9,14, 16

Art. 10 -« Annulation en cas de dissolution ou de prorogation du
Parlement, 50:8, 9,14, 16

Art. 11 ~— Definition de «jour de seance», 50: 8, 9,14, 16

16 INDEX

Bill S-19 -— State Immunity Act—Cont’d

Discussion

Clause 2 — Definitions, 11: 5-6; 12: 5-6, 14-5

Clause 3 —— State immunity, 10: 14

Clause 3 (2) — Court to give effect to immunity, ll: 7

Clause 4 (2) —— State submits to jurisdiction, 10: 14, 15

Cla.use 4 (4) —— Third party proceedings and counter claims,
12: 26-7

Clause 5 —— Commercial activity, 10: 14, 15; 11: 8, 10

Clause 6 —— Death and property damage, 10: 12, 14, 16-7; 11: 8,
9,10,19;l2:l1, 17-20

Clause 7 -— Maritime law, 11:9; 12: 15

Clause 7(2) (b) —— Cargo, ll: 1]

Clause 8 —— Property in Canada, 10: 14, 15; 11:9, 10; 12: 15, 22

Clause 9 — Service on a foreign state, 11:9, 14; 12: 15

Clause 9 (7) —— Default judgement, 12: 27-9

Clause 10 — No injunction, specific performance, etc., without
consent, 11:8, 9, 10, 11, 19; 12: 20-1, 22

Clause 11 — Execution, 11:8, 9,10; 12: 20-1

Clause 11 (1)[11 (3) in text of #10] -— Execution, 10: 14-5;
12: 22

Clause 11 (2) ——- Property of an agency of a foreign state is not
immune, 12:6

Clause 11 (4) —— Property of a foreign central bank immune,
10: 18-20; 11: 17, 20; 12: 22-3

Clause 11 (5) —— Waiver ofimmunity, 11: 17

Clause 13 —-— Certificate is conclusive evidence, 10: 17; 11: 16

Clause 14 — Governor in Council may restrict or extend
immunity by order, 10: 17, 19; ll: 16, 20-1; 12: 7-8, 23-6, 27

Clause 15 —— Visiting Forces Act, Diplomatic and Consular Privi-
leges and Immunities Act, 10:7, 10, 19; 11:20

Clause 17 —— Application, 10: 24

Comparison with foreign laws
United Kingdom, State Immunity Act, 10: 9-10; 12: 21, 24
United States, Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, 10: 9-10;
12: 21
Definitions
“Commercial activity”
Interpretation, 10: 7, 11-2, 15-7, 18-20, 23; 11: 5-6, 8-9, 11,
13-4,15, 19;12:6-7,9-10,11,12~4,17-8, 22-3; 13:7
United Kingdom, State Immunity Act, comparison with, 10: 7,
9-10,18, 20;l1:6,11,14,15;l2:6-7,9,12-3,17-8
United States, Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, comparison
with, 10:7, 9-10, 18; ll: 15; 12:6, 13
“Political subdivision”, 1]: 6-7, 18-9; 12: 5-6, 14-5; 13: 4, 6
Diplomatic and Consular Privileges and Immunities Act, application
and precedence, comparison, 10: 7, 10, 15
Drafting, English and French versions
Clause 4 (4), 12: 26-7
Clause 6 (a), 12: 19-20
Clause 6 (b), 11:8, 19; 12: 17-9, 20
Clause 9 (7), 12: 27-9
Clause 11 (4), 12: 22-3
Clause 14, 12: 24, 25-6, 27
Historical background, 10: 5-6, 7
Implications, immunities and privileges, extension or restriction,
11:20-1; 12: 7-8, 23-5; 13: 5,7
Purpose, 10: 5, 6-7, 15
Ramifications, provinces
Effect on, 10: 8; 11:7, 11-3; 12: 14-5
Reaction to, 11: 13; 12: 15
Representation at Committee hearing proposed, 11: 17, 21-2;
12: 15
Report to Senate, with amendments, 13: 4-5, 9-10
See also
Diplomatic and Consular Privileges and Immunities Act
External Affairs Canada

Bill C-130 — Loi d’aide au développement international (institutions

financiéres): examen de la constitutionnalité des articles 5 51 11
inclusivement—Suz’te
Rapport au Senat
Motion, 50: 12, 14, 25
Rapport sans amendement mais avec une recommandation expri-
mant les reserves du Comité, 50: 4, 5,25
Redaction, 50: 4, 8,12, 14-5, 17, 18, 23-5
Voir aussi
Bill C-102

Bill C-14] —— Loi modifiant la Loi canadienne sur les droits de la per-

sonne et apportant des modifications corrélatives ii d’autres lois
Les numéros entre parenthéses carrées indiquent les articles de la
Loi canadienne sur les droits de la personne
Amendements par le Comité permanent de la Chambre des commu-
nes sur la Justice et des questions juridiques
Art. 7[14] — Exigences professionnelles justifiées, 5]: 10-1, 13

Art. 20[41.4] — Exception en cas de contraintes excessives,
51: 13-6
Art. 29 -— Entree en vigueur, 51: 13
Discussion
Art. 1, 5]: 21

Art. 7[13] — Harcélement ct harcélement sexuel, 51: 8
Art. 7[14] — Exceptions, 51: 18-20, 21-2, 23
Art. 9[15.1] -— Programme d’adaptation, 51: 25-6
Art. 11[l9.1] —-— Etablissement de normes d’accés, 51: 25, 26
Art, 23[48] — Présomption, Réserve, 51: 11
Art. 24[63] ~— Obligations de Sa Majesté, 51: ll
Historique, 51: 6-8
Portée, champ d’application, 51: 21-2
Rapport au Sénat, sans amendement, 51: 4, 5,27
Redaction, version frangaise
Art. 7, 51: 16-8
Art. 20, 51: 13-6
Voir aussi
Droits de la personne
Droits de la personne, Loi canadienne

Bill C-192 —-— Loi sur les jeunes contrevenants (3e session, 28e législa-

ture), 17: 14

Bill C-201 —-— Loi modifiant la Loi établissant des jours fériés, teneur

Bill C-37, comparaison, 26: 15, 83, 85, 88-9, 91, 92, 93

Définition, 26: 85, 88-9, 90, 91-3, 98

Etude, procedure, 26: 10, 12, 37-8, 46, 76-7, 80-2, 89-90, 94, 95, 96,
102-3

Historique, adoption 2 la Chambre des communes, 26: 14-5, 38, 61,
68, 73,74-5,77, 78, 85, 89,90

Modifications corrélatives ou mesure legislative correlative, 26: 80,
83, 89, 90, 93, 94, 95-6, 98

Ramifications pour le monde des affaires, 26: 97-8, 101-2

Rapport au Sénat, preparation, 26: 78, 80-1, 89, 94, 103

Redaction, 26: 15, 37-8

Voir aussi
Fete du Canada, titre proposé pour le ler juillet
Fete du Dominion, remplacement par Fete du Canada, proposition

Bill S-8 -— Loi reconstituant la compagnie Pyramid Communications
Limited
Discussion
Art. 1 — Prorogation de la Compagnie, 1: 4, 12
Art. 2 — Protection des droits, 1: 4, 12
Préambule, 1:4, 12
Titre, 1: 4, 12
Rapport au Sénat, sans amendement, 1:4, 5,12

ins
1 1

INDEX 17

Bill S-19 — State Immunity Act-Cont’d
See a1so—Cont’d
Immunity of foreign states
Justice Department
United Kingdom
United States

Bill S-20 — Act to revive Ontario News Company, Limited and to
provide for its continuance under the Canada Business Corpora-
tions Act

Purpose, 14: 7
Report to Senate, without amendment, 14: 5, 6,9, 15
See also
Ontario News Company, Limited

Bill S-21 — Act to revive G.A. Barber & Sons Limited and to provide
for its continuance under the Canada Business Corporations Act

Purpose, 14: 10

Report to Senate, without amendment, 14: 5, 6,11, 15

See also
Barber, G.A., & Sons Limited

Bill S-22 —— Act to revive Eastern Diversified Company Ltd. and to
provide for its continuance under the Canada Business Corpora-
tions Act

Purpose, 14: 1 1
Report to Senate, without amendment, 14: 5, 6,13, 15
See also
Eastern Diversified Company Ltd.

Bill S-24 —— Act to implement an agreement between Canada and the
Federal Republic of Germany for the avoidance of double taxation
with respect to taxes on income and certain other taxes: consider-
ation of the constitutionality of this Bill’s being introduced in the
Senate and whether or not this contravenes Section 53 of the Con-
stitution Act, 1867

Constitutionality
Challenged with definition as money bill
Courts, possible challenge before, 23: 9; 24: 7, 8,9, 10, 11-2
Explanation, 23: 5-6, 8; 24: 7-8, 9-10
Introduction in Senate in contravention of Constitution Act,
1867, Section 53, 23: 8, 9; 24: 6, 7,8, 10, 11, 12, 19
Justice Department, legal opinions, 23: 9-10; 24: 11, 13-4, 16, 17
Report to Senate
Discussion, 23: 8, 9,10; 24: 13, 14, 15-6, 17, 18
Wording, 24: 5, 16, 17, 18, 19
Senate adoption of similar bills, relevance, 23: 6-7; 24: 7, 8,9, 10,
12-3
Discussion,
Clause 5 (1) — Approved changes, 24: 8
Clause 5 (2) — Inconsistent laws, 24: 8
Dual nature, tax alleviation and taxation measure, 23: 5-6, 8, 9,10
Purpose, 23: 5; 24: 8
Report to Senate, 24:4, 5,19, 20
Tax alleviation, definition as, 23: 5, 6,9
Taxation measure, definition as, 23: 5-6, 8; 24: 7, 8,10
Treaty ratification, definition as, 23: 8, 9; 24: 6, 10, 16

Bill S-26 —- Act to revive E.G. Klein Limited and to provide its con-
tinuance under the Canada Business Corporations Act
Discussion

Clause 1 — Company revived, 16:4, 16

Clause 2 — Rights preserved, 16: 4, 16

Clause 3 —— Continuance authorized, I6: 4, 16

Clause 4 — Automatic dissolution, 16: 4, 17

Preamble, 16: 4, 17

Bill S-8 —— Loi reconstituant la compagnie Pyramid Communications
Limited—Suite
Voir aussi
Pyramid Communications Limited

Bill S-12 — Loi concernant la Guilde de la marine marchande du
Canada
Les numéros entre parentheses carrées indiquent la Izumérotation
originale des articles
Amendements
Art. 9 (2) — Reglements entre les congrés; adopte, 3: 4, 5,16
Art. 9 (3)[2] — Application des réglements; adopte, 3:4, 5,16
Art. 9 (4)[3] — Durée de validité des réglements; adopte, 3: 4,
5,16
Discussion
Art. 4~—Objets, 3: ll, 12, 13
Art. 5 — Pouvoirs, 3: 12, 13, 14
Art. 9 — Reglements, 3: 13-4
Art. 9 (1) (j) — Reglements, référendums, 3: 16
Art. 9 (2) — Reglements entre les congres, 3: 7-8, 15-6
Art. 9 (3)[2] —— Application des reglements, 3: 15
Art. 9 (4)[3] — Durée de validité des réglements, 3: 15
Art. 10 (1) — Définition d’ «ancicnne loi», 3: 9
Art. 10 (2) —~ Continuité, 3: 9
Art. 10 (3) ~— Choses faites en vertu de l’ancienne loi, 3: 9, 10
Rapport au Sénat, avec amendements, 3:4, 5,16
Voir aussi
Guilde de la marine marchande du Canada

Bill S-13 — Loi reconstituant les compagnies Montilac Ltée et Socam
Ltée

Importance, 4: I2

Rapport au Sénat, sans amendement, 4: 4, 5,13

Sénat, procédure, Article 95, 4: 6

Voir aussl
Montilac Ltée
Socam Ltée

Bill S-14 ——- Loi reconstituant la compagnie Tremus Industries Limit-
ed

But, 5: 6

Rapport au Sénat, sans amendement, 5: 4, 5,7

Sénat, procédure, Article 95, 4: 6

Voir aussi
Tremus Industries Limited

Bill S-16 — Loi concernant le Président de la Division de Lethbridge
de l’Eglise de Jésus-Christ des saints des derniers jours
But, 8: 6, 7
Discussion
Art. 1 —- Constitution, 8: 7-8
Art. 3 — Capacité, 8: 10
Art. 4 — Société sans but lucratif, 8: 10, 12-3
Préambule, alinéa c), 8: 10
Loi constituant en corporation le président de la division ecclesiasti-
que de Lethbridge, comparaison, 8: 9-1 1, 12-3
Rapport au Sénat, sans amendement, 8: 4, 5,14
Voir aussi
Bill C-10
Président de la division ecclésiastique de Lethbridge, Loi constituant
en corporation, S.C. 1926-27, chap. 112 ‘
Président de la Division de Lethbridge de l’Eglise de Jésus-Christ
des saints des derniers jours
Sociétés religieuses

18 INDEX

Bill S-26 —— Act to revive E.G. Klein Limited and to provide its con-

tinuance under the Canada Business Corporations Act——Cont’d

Discussion—Cont’d

Title, 16:4, 17
Purpose, 16: 7
Report to Senate, without amendment, 16: 4, 5,17

See also.
Klein, E.G., Limited

Bill S-27 —— Act to amend the Act of incorporation of The Grand

Lodge of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the
Dominion of Canada

Purpose, 18:6, 7

Report to Senate, without amendment, 18:4, 9

See also
Elks of the Dominion of Canada, The Grand Lodge of the Benevo-
lent and Protective Order of

Bill S-31 —— Corporate Shareholding Limitation Act, subject—matter

Amendments, 33: 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 59-60; 33A: 2; 34: 37, 90, 91,
92
Aeronautics Act with 1977 amendments, comparison, 28: 9, 19,
29-30, 36; 29: 11-2; 30: 30, 34, 57-9; 33: 25; 34: 73-5, 84
Banking legislation, comparison, 28: 9, 25; 30: 33, 34, 45; 31: 6,
13-4, 27; 33: 25; 33A: 2; 34: 86; 37A: 2
Coming into force, 28: 8, 35-6; 30: 51; 31: 5
Definitions
“Control”, 28: 34-5; 33: 32, 34
“Corporation”, 28: 31, 32-3, 34-5; 33: 32-4
Discussion
Clause 2 —— Definitions, 28: 31, 32-5
Clause 6 — Exemptions, 28: 12, 26; 31: 6
Clause 7 (1) — Declaration required in certain cases, 33: 26-7
Clause 8 — Order directing sale of shares, 30: 34; 37A: 2
End of session, effect, 28: 36; 29: 7, 9-10; 30: 38
Historical background, 28: 17, 18,20, 26; 31: 19-21, 22; 33: 7, 9-11,
15, 20, 21, 24-5, 26; 34: 8, 13-4, 37, 86-7, 89
Introduction in Senate, 28: 10, 16-7, 22, 29, 38, 39; 33: 61-2; 34: 33
Purpose and reasons for, 28: 8-16, 18, 20, 26-7, 30; 30: 10, 11, 22-3,
44, 49, 53-4; 31: 5, 6; 33: 32, 47-8, 53; 34: 69, 71-2, 76-8, 80,
81-7, 89, 92-3; 37A: 2, 5
Report to Senate, without amendment, 37: 4, 5; 37A: 5-6
Study, procedure, 28: 5-8, 39; 29: 5-11
See also
Corporations involved in interprovincial transportation
Individual provincial governments

Bill S-32 -— Act to amend the Penitentiary Act and the Parole Act

Amendments proposed by Solicitor General
Admissibility, point of order, 58: 5-9, 10, 12, 14, 15; 60: 5, 9-36
Alternative proposed, new bill, 58: 14, 15; 60: 17-8, 20-1, 23, 25,
34

Clause 3.2 (May 12, 1983), 57: 11-3
Revised amendments (May 25, 1983), 58: 10-1; 60: 6-8
Discussion
Amendments proposed by Solicitor General
Clause 3.2 (May 12, 1983), 57: 11, 13-5, 22-3; 58: 7
Revised amendments (May 25, 1983), 58: 11-4; 60: 6, 8
Clause 3 (Penitentiary Act, Section 24), 37: 9, 10, 26; 41: 31, 32;
58: 6; 60: 9, 31
Clause 4 (Parole Act, Section 15 (2)), 58: 6; 60: 9, 31
Clause 5 (3) (Parole Act, Section 20 (3)), 42: 22, 23
Historical background, 32: 10
Reports to Senate
Final Report, with amendments, 62: 5-11
First Report, seeking further instruction, 62: 5

Bill S-19 — Loi sur l’immunité des Etats f

Amendements
Art. 2 — Definitions; adopte, 12: 5-6, 14; 13:4, 6
Art. 4 (4) — Demandes incidentes; adopte, 13: 4, 6
Art. 9 (7) — Jugement par defaut, version frangaise, adopte,
13: 5, 6
Art. 11 (2) — Biens des organismes des Etats etrangers; adopte,
12: 6; 13: 5, 6
Art. 11 (4) — Biens d’une banque centrale etrangere; adopte, ,
12:5, 22; 13: 5, 6-7 ‘I
Art. 14 — Decret; adopte, 12: 7-8, 23-4; 13:5, 7 I
Discussion
Art. 2 ~— Definitions, 11: 5-6; 12: 5-6, 14-5
Art. 3 — Immunite de juridiction, 10: 14
Art. 3 (2) — Immunite reconnue d’office, 11:7
Art. 4 (2) -— Soumission 2 la juridiction du tribunal, 10: 14, 15
Art. 4 (4) — Demandes incidentes, 12: 26-7
Art. 5 — Activité commerciale,10: 14, 15; 11:8, 10
Art. 6 — Dommages, 10: 12, 14, 16-7; 11: 8, 9,10, 19; I2: 11,
17-20
Art. 7 — Droit maritime, 11:9; 12: 15
Art. 7 (2)b) — Cargaisons, ll: 11
Art. 8 —— Biens situes au Canada, 10: 14, 15; 11:9, 10; 12: 15,22
Art. 9 —Signification a l’Etat etranger, 11:9, 14; 12: 15 ’
Art. 9 (7) — Jugement par defaut, 12: 27-9
Art. 10 — Reparation sous reserve de consentement, 11: 8, 9,10,
11,19;12:20-1,22
Art. 11 — Execution desjugements, 11:8, 9,10; 12: 20-1
Art. 11 (1)[11 (3) dans le texte du #10] — Execution des juge-
ments, 10: 14-5; 12:22
Art. 11 (2) — Biens des organismes des Etats etrangers, 12: 6
Art. 11 (4) — Biens d’une banque centrale étrangere, 10: 18-20;
11: 17,20; 12:22-3
Art. 11 (5) — Renonciation a l’insaisissabilite, 1]: 17
Art. 13 — Certificat du secretaire d’Etat aux Affaires extérieures,
10: 17; ll: 16
Art. 14 —- Décret, I0: 17, 19; 11: 16, 20-1; 12: 7-8, 23-6, 27
Art. 15 — Loi sur les forces etrangeres presentes au Canada, etc.,
10:7, 10, 19; 11:20
Art. 17 — Champ d’application, 10: 24
But, 10:5, 6-7, 15
Comparaison avec lois etrangéres _,
Etats-Unis, Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, 10: 9-10; 12: 21 §
Royaume-Uni, State Immunity Act, 10: 9-10; 12:21, 24 :
Definitions
«Activité commerciale»
Etats-Unis, Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, comparaison
avec, 10:7, 9-10, 18; 11: 15; 12: 6, 13
Interpretation, 10: 7, 11-2, 15-7, 18-20, 23; 11: 5-6, 8-9, 11,
13-4,15,l9;l2:6-7,9-10,11,12-4, 17-8, 22-3; 13:7
Royaume-Uni, State Immunity Act, comparaison avec, 10: 7,
9-10,18, 20;1l:6,ll,14,15;l2:6-7,9,l2-3,17-8
«Subdivision politique», 11: 6-7, 18-9; 12: 5-6, 14-5; 13:4, 6
Historique, 10: 5-6, 7
Implications, immunites et privileges, élargissement ou limitation,
11: 20-1; 12: 7-8, 23-5; 13: 5, 7
Privileges et immunites diplomatiques et consulaires, Loi, applica-
tion et priorité, comparaison, 10: 7, 10, 15
Ramifications, provinces
Effet, 10:8; 11:7, 11-3; 12: 14-5
Reaction, 11: 13; 12: 15
Representation proposée aux auditions du Comité, 11: 17, 21-2;
12: 15
Rapport au Senat, avec amendements, 13: 4-5, 9-10
Redaction, versions frangaise et anglaise
Art. 4 (4), 12: 26-7

INDEX 19

Bill S-32 — Act to amend the Penitentiary Act and the Parole Act——

Cont’d
Reports to Senate——Cont’d
Revised Report, with amendments, 63: 5-11
See also
Mandatory supervision

Bill S-33 -— Canada Evidence Act, 1982

Comparisons
Foreign jurisdictions, overview, 36: 6, 13, 18-21, 23-4, 26; 49: 24;
62: 26; 63: 15, 21; 65A: 30, 35; 68A: 99-100, 224
United States federal rules of evidence, 40: 6, 7-11, 12, 13-7, 20-2,
23-7; 62: 26; 63: 13, 15, 22-3; 68A: 202-3
Definition, legislative statement or code, implications, 36: 8, 16,
18-20; 40: 5; 49: 8, 14, 15-6, 19-21, 25-8; 52: 9-11; 53: 5, 14,
16-7, 18; 54: 6-7, 9-10, 14-5; 54A: 2, 9,14-5; 59: 6-7, 9, 19-20;
59A: 3, 18-9; 61: 6, 12, 16; 62: 15, 23-4; 63: 12-21, 27-30;
66: 25-9, 44-7; 66A: 4, 5-8; 68: 5-6; 68A: 200-3
Discussion
Clause 2 — Definitions, 54A: 16; 59A: 20; 64: 14, 20; 65A: 10;
66: 41, 43; 66A: 11; 68A: 64-5
Clause 3 — General rule, 49: 17, 32; 52: 22, 23; 6]: 14, 15; 66: 21,
34, 35-6, 37; 66A: 13, 18, 20; 68A: 204
Clause 4 — Application, 65: 22; 66: 35-6; 66A: 18
Clause 5 — Application, exception for protective jurisdiction,
54A: 16
Clause 6 — Application of provincial law, 36: 19; 66: 21-2;
66A: 19; 68A: 204
Clause 8 -— Evidential burden in civil proceeding, 54A: 16-7;
66A: 19
Clause 9 — Legal burden in civil proceeding, 54A: 16-7; 66A: 19;
68A: 204-5
Clause 10 —- Evidential burden in criminal proceeding, 54A: 2;
66A: I5;68A:8, 12,21
Clause 11 — Legal burden, 53: 10; 54A: 2; 61: 7; 66: 14; 68A: 8,
1 1-2, 21
Clause 12 ~ Legal burden respecting exception, excuse, etc.,
59A: 10-1; 65A: 17-8; 66: 15; 66A: 9; 68A: 16-21, 205
Clause 14 —— Circumstantial evidence, 54A: 2; 65A: 18; 66: 26-7;
66A: 6, 15
Clause 15 —~ Effect of presumption in criminal proceeding,
68A: 21, 205-6
Clause 16 — Formal admissions, 52: 15; 54A: 2-3; 66A: 7-8, 19;
68A: 21
Clause 17 ~ Adducing evidence respecting admitted fact or mat-
ter, 52: 15; 66A: 7; 68A: 21
Clause 18 —— Judicial notice of enactments, 52: 15; 54A: 17;
66A: 16; 68A: 21-2
Clause 19 —~ Judicial notice of other matters, 54A: 17; 68A: 21,
206-7
Clause 20 — Hearing, 54A: 17; 68A: 21
Clause 21 — Effect ofjudicial notice, 54A: 17; 68A: 21
Clause 22 (1) — General rule, 36: 21; 52: 16; 54A: 17; 59: 25;
59A: 7, 20; 65A: 18-9; 66: 16; 66A: 19; 68A: 61, 97, 207
Clause 22 (2) — Exception, 49: 12; 52: 15-6; 54A: 3, 17; 59: 25;
59A: 13,20, 21, 28; 65A: 19-20
Clause 23 —— General character, 59: 24-5; 68A: 26

Clause 24 — Evidence of accused as to his character traits,
52:10-1; 54A: 4; 59: 23-5; 59A: 4, 7-9, 29; 65A: 20-1;
68A: 23-4

Clause 25 —— Evidence of prosecution as to character traits of

accused, 54A: 4; 59: 23; 59A: 9-10, 29; 65A: 21; 66: 16;
68A: 24-6, 139, 141, 208-9
Clause 26 — Saving, 52: 11; 54A: 4; 68A: 26

Bill S-19 —-— Loi sur l’immunité des Etats—Suite
Redaction, versions francaise et anglaise—Suite
Art. 6 (a), 12: 19-20
Art. 6 (b), 11: 8, 19; 12: 17-9, 20
Art. 9 (7), 12: 27-9
Art. 11 (4), 12: 22-3
Art. 14, 12: 24, 25-6, 27
Voir aussi
Affaires exterieures Canada
Etats-Unis ,
Immunite des Etats etrangers
Justice, ministere
Privileges et immunites diplomatiques et consulaires, Loi
Royaume-Uni

Bill S-20 — Loi reconstituant la société Ontario News Company,
Limited et prévoyant sa prorogation sous le regime de la Loi sur
les sociétés commerciales canadiennes

But, 14: 7
Rapport au Senat, sans amendement, 14: 5, 6,9, 15
Voir aussi
Ontario News Company, Limited

Bill S-21 —-— Loi reconstituant la société G.A. Barber & Sons Limited
et prévoyant sa prorogation sous le regime de la Loi sur les socié-
tés commerciales canadiennes

But, 14: 10
Rapport au Sénat, sans amendement, 14: 5, 6,11, 15
Voir aussi
Barber, G.A., & Sons Limited

Bill S-22 —-— Loi reconstituant la société Eastern Diversified Company
Ltd. et prevoyant sa prorogation sous le regime de la Loi sur les
sociétés commerciales canadiennes

But, 14: 11
Rapport au Senat, sans amendement, 14: 5, 6,13, 15
Voir aussi
Eastern Diversified Company Ltd.

Bill S-24 —— Loi de mise en oeuvre d’un accord conclu entre le Canada
et la République fedérale d’Allemagne en vue d’éviter les doubles
impositions en matiére d’imp6ts sur le revenu et de certains autres
impfitsz examen de la constitutionnalite de la presentation dudit
projet de loi au Senat et de Voir s’il contrevient ou pas 2 l’article 53
de la Loi constitutionnelle de 1867

Allegement fiscal, definition comme, 23: 5, 6,9
But, 23: 5; 24: 8
Caractere dichotomique, allegement fiscal et mesure fiscale, 23: 5-6,
8, 9,10
Constitutionnalité
Contestee avec definition comme bill de finances
Explication, 23: 5-6, 8; 24: 7-8, 9-10
Presentation au Senat en violation de la Loi constitutionnelle de
1867, article 53,23: 8, 9;24:6, 7,8, 10, 11, 12, 19
Tribunaux, contestation possible devant, 23: 9; 24: 7, 8,9, 10,
1 1-2
Justice, ministere, opinions juridiques, 23: 9-10; 24: 11, 13-4, 16,
17
Rapport au Senat
Discussion, 23: 8, 9,10; 24: 13, 14, 15-6, 17, 18
Redaction, 24: 5, 16, 17, 18, 19
Senat, adoption de lois semblables, pertinence, 23: 6-7; 24: 7, 8,9,
10, 12-3
Discussion
Art. 5 (1) — Modifications approuvees, 24: 8
Art. 5 (2) —-— lncompatibilite, 24: 8

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Bin s.33 ._ Canada Evidence Act, 1932wC0m‘d Bill S-24 — Loi de mise en oeuvre d’un accord conclu entre le Canada

Suite

Discussion—Cont’d

Clause 27 — Application of section 25, 54A: 4; 65A: 21-2;
66A: l1;68A:26-7

Clause 28 — Evidence as to character traits of complainant,
52: 1 1, 14; 54A: 3; 59A: 7-9, 30; 62: 17-24; 63: 15-6;
65A: 22-3; 66: 16; 66A: 10-1; 68A: 27-8, 209

Clause 29 — Rebuttal evidence, 59A: 30; 68A: 28

Clause 30 —- Use of evidence, 59A: 30; 63A: 28

Clause 31 —- Evidence of possession, 54A: 4; 65A: 23-4; 68A: 28-9

Clause 32 —— Notice to accused, 65A: 23-4; 68A: 29

Clause 34 — Non-expert opinion evidence, 54A: 18; 68A: 35

Clause 35 —- Handwriting comparison, 54A: 4-5, 18

Clause 36 —~ Opinion evidence on an ultimate issue, 54: 10;
54A: 18

Clause 37 —— Statement of expert opinion, 49: 13; 52: 17; 66A: 20;
68A: 35-6

Clause 38 — Attendance of expert, 66A: 20

Clause 40 — Court appointed expert, 36: 25; 49: 13; 52: 17-8;
68A: 31, 36

Clause 41 — Report admissible in evidence, 68A: 31

Clause 42 —— Production of report, 68A: 31-2

Clause 43 —— Examination of expert, 68A: 32-4

Clause 44 — Expert report not admissible as proof of facts,
68A: 34-5

Clause 45 —~ Hearsay rule, 49: 14; 52: 11, 18-9; 54A: 23; 59A: 21,
27; 63: 25-7; 66: 9-10; 68A: 40-3, 51, 57, 209-10

Clause 46 — Previous identifications, 54A: 5, 23; 59A: 21-2;
66A: 11;68A:43, 133

Clause 47 * Past recollection recorded, 54A: 24; 66: 10;
68A: 43-4

Clause 48 — Previous statements, 54A: 24; 59A: 22, 28-9;
66A: 11; 68A: 45-9

Clause 49 (1) — Unavailability in civil proceeding, 54A: 24-5;
59A: 27-8; 63: 24; 68A: 51-3

Clause 49 (2) —— Cross-examination of absent declarant, 63: 24;

68A: 51

Clause 49 (3) — Unavailability in criminal proceeding, 59A: 22;
68A: 51

Clause 50 —— Civil proceeding, 49: 14; 52: 19; 54A: 25; 63: 24-6;
68A: 53, 210

Clause 51 — Criminal proceeding — statement in expectation of
death, 54A: 5; 68A: 53-4

Clause 52 — Criminal proceeding — statement in course of duty,
54A: 5; 59A: 23, 24; 62: 28-30; 65A: 24; 66: 47; 68A: 54-5,
210-1

Clause 53 —— Criminal proceeding — statement as to family his-
tory, 59A: 23, 25; 68A: 55

Clause 54 — Criminal proceeding -— statement as to testamen-
tary document, 59A: 23; 68A: 55-6

Clause 55 — Criminal proceeding — statement against interest,
59A: 23-4; 65A: 24-6; 66: 13; 68A: 56-7, 211-2

Clause 56 —— Condition of admissibility, 54A: 25; 59A: 21, 24, 26;
68A: 57

Clause 57 —— Statements made, adopted or authorized, 59A: 25

Clause 58 —- Statement by person engaged in common purpose,
54A: 5-6; 59A: 24-5; 68A: 212

Clause 60 — Rule respecting privity abrogated, 49: 14; 52: 19

Clause 61 — Statement of agent or employee, 54: 12; 54A: 26;
59A: 25

Clause 62 —— Other exceptions, 49: 14; 54A: 6, 26; 59: 9-14, 18-9;
59A: 15-7, 25-7; 62: 26-7; 65A: 27-8; 66A: 9; 68A: 64, 66,
68-9, 74, 97, 103,133, 212

Clause 63 — Statements of accused, definitions, 54A: 6; 59: 9,
13-4; 62: 26; 63: 23-4; 65A: 28-30; 66: 16-7; 68A: 63, 76,
103-4, 212-3

et la République
Mesure fiscale, definition comme, 23: 5-6, 8; 24: 7, 8,10
Rapport au Sénat, 24: 4, 5,19, 20

Traite, ratification, definition comme, 23: 8, 9; 24: 6, 10, 16

Bill S-26 — Loi reconstituant la société E.G. Klein Limited et pre-

voyant sa prorogation sous le regime de la Loi sur les sociétés
commerciales canadiennes

But, 16: 7

Discussion
Art. 1 — Prorogation de la Compagnie, 16:4, 16
Art. 2 — Protection des droits, 16: 4, 16
Art. 3 — Autorisation de prorogation, 16:4, 16
Art. 4 — Dissolution automatique, 16: 4, 17
Preambule, 16:4, 17
Titre, 16: 4, 17

Rapport au Senat, sans amendement, 16: 4, 5,17
Voir aussi

Klein, E.G., Limited

Bill S-27 — Loi modifiant la Loi constitutive de la grande loge de

l’0rdre benevole et protecteur des Elans du Dominion du Canada
But, 18: 6, 7
Rapport au Senat, sans amendement, 18: 4, 9

, Voir aussi ’
Elans du Dominion du Canada, la grande loge de 1’Ordre benevole

et protecteur des

Bill S-31 — Loi sur la limitation de la propriété des actions des socié-

tés, teneur
Amendements, 33: 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 59-60; 33A: 2; 34: 37, 90, 91,
92
Banques, mesures legislatives, comparaison, 28: 9, 25; 30: 33, 34, 45;
31:6, 13-4, 27; 33: 25; 33A: 2; 34: 86; 37A: 2
But ct raisons, 28: 8-16, 18, 20, 26-7, 30; 30: 10, 11, 22-3, 44, 49,
53-4; 31: 5, 6; 33: 32, 47-8, 53; 34: 69, 71-2, 76-8, 80, 81-7, 89,
92-3; 37A: 2, 5
Definitions
«Controle», 28: 34-5; 33: 32, 34
«Societe», 28: 31, 32-3, 34-5; 33: 32-4
Discussion
Art. 2 —-— Definitions, 28: 31, 32-5
Art. 6 —— Exemptions, 28: 12, 26; 31: 6
Art. 7 (1) —— Declaration requise dans certains cas, 33: 26-7
Art. 8 — Ordonnance de vente des actions, 30: 34; 37A: 2
Entree en vigueur, 28: 8, 35-6; 30: 51; 31: 5
Etude, procedure, 28: 5-8, 39; 29: 5-11
Fin de session, effet, 28: 36; 29: 7, 9-10; 30: 38
Historique, 28: 17, 18, 20, 26; 31: 19-21, 22; 33: 7, 9-11, 15, 20, 21,
24-5, 26; 34: 8, 13-4, 37, 86-7, 89
Introduction au Senat, 28: 10, 16-7, 22, 29, 38, 39; 33: 61-2; 34: 33
Loi sur l’aeronautique avec amendements de 1977, comparaison,
28:9, 19, 29-30, 36; 29: 11-2; 30: 30, 34, 57-9; 33: 25; 34: 73-5,
84
Rapport au Senat, sans amendement, 37: 4, 5; 37A: 5-6
Voir aussi
Clzaque gouvernement provincial
Societes impliquees dans le transport interprovincial

Bill S-32 — Loi modifiant la Loi sur les pénitenciers et la Loi sur la

liberation conditionnelle de détenus
Amendements proposes par le solliciteur general
Alternative proposee, nouveau projet de loi, 58: 14, 15; 60: 17-8,
20-1, 23, 25, 34
Amendements modifies (le 25 mai, 1983), 58: 10-1; 60: 6-8

INDEX

Bill S-33 — Canada Evidence Act, 1982——Cont’d
Discussion-—Cont’d

Clause 64 -— Statements of accused, 36: 16; 54A: 7; 59: 12-3;
59A: 12, 15, 17; 62: 25-7; 65A: 30-1; 66: 17; 66A: 7, 12;
68A: 63-74, 81, 97, 103, 213-4

Clause 65 — No question as to truth, 49: 8; 59A: 19; 66: 13;
66A: 7; 68A: 88, 214

Clause 66 —-— Compulsion of statute irrelevant, 59A: 19; 68A: 88

Clause 67 — Contents may be considered, 59A: 19; 68A: 88-9

Clause 68 —— Admission that statement was voluntary, 59A: 19;
66A: 7; 68A: 89

Clause 69 — Where statement not receivable, 59: 16; 68A: 81,
89-92, 103

Clause 70 — Where accused unaware, 59A: 17-8; 68A: 76, 92-3,
97-8

Clause 71 —— Preliminary inquiry, 59A: 19; 62: 16; 66A: 7;
68A: 93, 98

Clause 72 —— Confirmation by‘ real evidence, 54A: 7; 59A: 12-3;
62: 16; 63: 21-3; 65A: 31; 68A: 93-4, 98, 214-5

Clause 73 — Challenging credibility, 54A: 26; 59A: 21, 22, 27-8

Clause 74 —— General rule, 68A: 215

Clause 76 — Application, 65A: 24

Clause 77 —— Admissibility in civil proceeding, 54A: 27; 68A: 119,
120, 215

Clause 78 —- Theft and possession, 68A: 119, 120

Clause 79 —-— Proof of discharge or conviction, 68A: 120

Clause 81 — Notice of alibi evidence, 59A: 4; 65A: 31; 66: 48;
66A: 11

Clause 82 —~ Notice by prosecutor, 65A: 32

Clause 83 — Adverse comment, 65A: 32-3; 66A: 1 1

Clause 85 — Proceedings by way of indictment, 59A: 7-9;
65A: 33-4; 66: 17-8, 48; 66A: 11; 68A: 121

Clause 91 —— Spouse as witness for defence, 36: 22; 40: 25, 26, 27;
52: 15; 62: 16

Clause 92 —- Spouses of persons jointly tried, 40: 25, 27

Clause 93 ——- Spouse as witness for prosecution, 36: 16; 40: 25-7;
54A: 7-8

Clause 94 — No comment on failure to testify, 59A: 11; 66A: 9,
10

Clause 95 —— Where accused does not testify, 36: 12, 13; 40: 20,
21; 54A: 3; 59A: 11-2; 62: 28; 66A: 9, 10; 68A: 215-6

Clause 100 -— Presenting evidence, 54A: 18; 68A: 122

Clause 101 —— Questions by court, 54: 11; 54A: 19; 65A: 34;
68A: 122-3

Clause 102 —— Court’s power to call a witness, 54A: 19; 59: 7-9;
65A: 34; 68A: 123,216

Clause 103 -— Leading questions on examination-in-chief or re-
examination, 54A: 19; 68A: 123-4, 216-7

Clause 104 — Leading questions on cross-examination,
54A: 19-20; 65A: 34; 66: 18, 50-1; 66A: 20; 68A: 124-6, 217

Clause 105 —— Adverse witness, 54A: 20; 66A: 20; 68A: 127

Clause 106 — Re-examination, 54A: 20; 68A: 127

Clause 107 —- Exclusion of witness other than a party, 54A: 20;
66A: 20; 68A: 127-8, 217

Clause 108 —— Where accused confirms earlier evidence, 65A: 34;
66: 31-2; 66A: 9-10; 68A: 128

Clause 109 — Order not to discuss evidence, 54A: 20; 68A: 128

Clause 110 —— Refreshing memory, 54: 11; 54A: 21; 68A: 129,
218

Clause 111 —— Rights of adverse party, 68A: 129, 218

Clause 112 —— Admissibility, 54A: 21; 68A: 18, 129,218

Clause 113 -— Past recollection recorded, 54A: 21, 24; 68A: 44,
130-1,134,218

Clause 114 ——- Examination by court and production, 68A: 131,
218

Clause 115 — Cross-examination on a previous inconsistent state-
ment, 68A: 131-2, 218-9

21

Bill S-32 — Loi modifiant la Loi sur les pénitenciers et la Loi sur la

liberation conditionrielle de détenus-—Suz,’te, .
Amendements proposes par le solliciteur general—Suzte

Art. 3.2 (le 12 mai,1983),57:11-3
Recevabilite, rappel au Réglernent, 58: 5-9, 10, 12, 14, 15; 60: 5,
9-36

Discussion

Amendements proposes par le solliciteur general
Amendements modifies (le 25 mai, 1983), 58: 11-4; 60: 6, 8
Art. 3.2 (le 12 mai,1983),57:11, 13-5, 22-3; 58: 7
Art. 3 (Loi sur les penitenciers, Article 24), 37: 9, 10, 26; 41: 31,
32; 58: 6; 60: 9, 31
Art. 4 (Loi sur la liberation conditionnelle de détenus, Article 15
(2)), 58: 6; 60: 9, 31
Art. 5 (3) (Loi sur la liberation conditionnelle de detenus, Article
20 (3)),-12:22, 23

Historique, 32: 10
Rapports au Senat

Premier rapport, demande des instructions au Senat, 62: 5
Rapport final, avec amendements, 62: 5-11

Rapport modifie, avec amendements, 63: 5-11

Voir aussi

Surveillance obligatoire

Bill S-33 — Loi fédérale de 1982 sur la preuve
Comparaisons

Etats-Unis, regles fedérales de la preuve, 40: 6, 7-11, 12, 13-7,
20-2, 23-7; 62: 26; 63: 13, 15, 22-3; 68A: 318-9, 414

Juridictions a l’etranger, apergu, 36: 6, 13, 18-9, 20, 21, 23-4, 26;
49: 24; 62: 26; 63: 15, 21; 65A: 69, 75; 68A: 318-9, 434

Definition, enonce legislatif ou code, implications, 36: 8, 16, 18-20;

40: 5; 49: 8, 14, 15-6, 19-21, 25-8; 52: 9-11; 53: 5, 14, 16-7, 18;
54: 6-7, 9-10, 14-5; 54A: 2, 9,33-5; 59: 6-7, 9, 19-20; 59A: 3,
18-9; 61: 6, 12, 16; 62: 15, 23-4; 63: 12-21, 27-30; 66: 25-9, 44-7;
66A: 31, 35-43; 68: 5-6; 68A: 412-5

Discussion

Art. 2 ——- Definitions, 54A: 35; 59A: 20; 64: 14, 20; 65A: 49;
66:41, 43;66A: 55;68A: 284-5

Art. 3 — Regle génerale, 49: 17, 32; 52: 22, 23; 61: 14, 15; 66: 21,
34, 35-6, 37; 66A: 62, 73, 76, 81; 68A: 415

Art. 4 —— Champ d’application, 65: 22; 66: 35-6; 66A: 75

Art. 5 — Application facultative dans certaines procedures,
54A: 36

Art. 6 —- Application des régles provinciales, 36: 19; 66: 21-2;
66A: 79; 68A: 415

Art. 8 — Preuve morale en matiere civile, 54A: 36; 66A: 76

Art. 9 —-— Preuve legale en matiere civile, 54A: 36; 66A: 76, 77;
68A: 415-6

Art. 10 — Preuve morale en matiére criminelle, 54A: 2; 66A: 69;
68A: 233, 237, 244

Art. 11 —— Preuve légale, 53: 10; 54A: 2; 61: 7; 66: 14; 68A: 233,
236-7, 244

Art. 12 —-— Preuve legale en cas d’exception, excuse, etc.,
59A: 10-1; 65A: 56-7; 66: 15; 66A: 46; 68A: 240-4, 416

Art. 14 — Preuve indirecte, 54A: 2; 65A: 57; 66: 26-7; 66A: 36-8,
69

Art. 15 — Effet de la présomption en matiere criminelle,
68A: 244, 417

Art. 16 — Aveux judiciaires, 52: 15; 54A: 2-3; 66A: 42, 78;
68A: 245 —

Art. 17 — Preuve superfétatoire, 52: 15; 66A: 42; 68A: 245

Art. 18 —— Textes legislatifs et autres, 52: 15; 54A: 36; 66A: 70;
68A: 245

Art. 19 — Autres cas d’admission d’office, 54A: 36; 68A: 245,
417-8

Art. 20 — Audition, 54A: 36-7; 68A: 245

22 INDEX

Bill S-33 — Canada Evidence Act, 1982——Cont’d Bill S-33 -— Loi fédérale de 1982 sur la preuve——Suite

Discussion—Cont’d

Clause 1 16 — Determining voluntariness, 66A: 7; 68A: 132

Clause 117 — Proof of statement, 59A: 22, 28-9; 68A: 45, 47, 133

Clause 118 — Previous consistent statement, 59A: 22, 28-9;
68A: 45, 47-9, 133, 219

Clause 1 19 — Production of statement, 68A: 134

Clause 120 -— Use of statement, 54A: 21-2; 59A: 22; 65A: 35;
66A: 11; 68A: 45-6, 47, 132, 134

Clause 121 — Reputation evidence, 68A: 135

Clause 122 — Examination as to character and mode of life,
66A: 6-7; 68A: 135

Clause 123 — Examination on previous record of witness, 36: 27,
28; 49: 8; 52: 14-5; 54A: 3, 8; 62: 16; 65A: 35-6; 66: 18-9, 49;
66A: 9, 10; 68A: 135-42, 219-20

Clause 124 — Proof of discharge or conviction, 68A: 141, 219-20

Clause 125 — No corroboration or warning, 40: 22; 54A: 8;
59A: 23; 65A: 36-8; 66: 19-20; 66A: 20; 68A: 142-4, 220-1

Clause 130 — Definitions, 65:8, 9,13; 65A: 10; 66: 41, 43-4

Clause 130 (a) — Definition, “original”, 64: 15

Clause 130 (b) — Definition, “original”, 64: 20

Clause 130 (c) — Definition, “original”, 36: 12, 14, 15; 55: 8-9,
14; 55A: 6-7, 8, 11, 12, 16-7; 64: 5, 8,12, 13, 16, 17, 18;
64A: 2-3, 6, 9; 65: 10, 14, 17, 28; 65A: 10

Clause 133 — Admissibility of copies, 55A: 17; 65: 13, 27;
65A: 10

Clause 135 —- Voluminous records, 55: 13

Clause 139 — Notice and production, 54A: 22; 66A: 19

Clause 140 — Authentication, 68A: 221

Clause 141 —— Self-authentication, 68A: 221-2

Clause 152 — Definitions, 68A: 222

Clause 153 —— Business records, 54A: 8, 22; 65A: 38-9; 68A: 222

Clause 154 — Inference from absence of information, 65A: 1 1, 14

Clause 155 (1) — Examination of record, 65: 7; 65A: 10-1

Clause 155 (2) — Evidence respecting record, 55: 14; 55A: 10-1,
13; 65A: 10-]

Clause 156 — Examination on record, 55: 14, 15, 16, 19;
65: 12-4, 27-8; 66: 44

Clause 157 —— Business records of financial institutions, 36: 15;
55:I4;55A:10, 11, 13; 65: 6, 13,14,26-7,28;65A:11, 14;
66A: 19

Clause 160 — Real Evidence, 54A: 7, 22; 59A: 12

Clause 161, 68A: 47, 49, 145-53

Clause 161 (1) — No right to withhold answer, 59A: 22; 62: 30;
68A: 153, 223

Clause 161 (2) — Protection against use of testimony, 36: 22;
59A: 22; 62: 30; 68A: 153-4, 223

Clause 162 — Corporations not protected, 62: 30; 68A: 155

Clause 163 — Exception for previous inconsistent statement,
59A: 22; 62: 30; 65A: 39; 66A: 12; 68A: 46, 47, 155-8

Clause 164 — Privilege respecting records abrogated,
68A: 158-60

Clause 165 —- Psychiatric assessment, 49: 8; 66: 13; 68A: 160-2

Clause 166 — Definition of ’spouse’, 68A: 162-3

Clause 167 —— Privilege, 68A: 163-4

Clause 168 — Duration, 66: 13; 68A: 162-3

Clause 169 — Presumption, 68A: 163-5

Clause 170 -— Who may make claim, 68A: 165-6

Clause 171 — Exception in civil proceedings, 68A: 167-9

Clause 172 – Exceptions in criminal proceedings, 68A: 169-72

Clause 173 — Loss of privilege, 68A: 173

Clause 174 -— Former privileges abolished, 68A: 174-5

Clause 175 — Implied terms in contracts, 68A: 223; 66: 22;
68A: 175-7

Clause 176 — Actions for malicious prosecution, 66: 22;
68A: 175-7, 223

Clause 177 -— Foreign law, 66A: 19; 68A: 177-9, 223

Discussion—Sui!e

Art. 21 —— Effet de l’admission d’office, 54A: 36-7; 68A: 245

Art. 22 (1) — Regle generale, 36: 21; 52: 16; 54A: 37; 59: 25;
59A: 7, 20; 65A: 57-8; 66: 16; 66A: 76, 79; 68A: 280, 315, 418

Art. 22 (2) —~ Exception, 49: 12; 52: 15-6; 54A: 3, 37; 59: 25;
59A: 13, 20, 21, 28; 65A: 58-9; 68A: 280, 315, 418-9

Art. 23 — Preuve de moralite, 59: 24-5; 68A: 249

Art. 24 —- Preuve produite par 1’inculpe, 52: 10-1; 54A: 4;
59: 23-5; 59A: 4, 7-9, 29; 65A: 59-60; 68A: 246-7

Art. 25 — Preuve produite par le poursuivant, 54A: 4; 59: 23;
59A: 9-10, 29; 65A: 60-1; 66: 16; 68A: 247-8, 355, 358, 419

Art. 26 — Reserve, 52: 11; 54A: 4; 68A: 248-9

Art. 27 — Application de l’article 25, 54A: 4; 65A: 61; 66A: 52;
68A: 249

Art. 28 – Preuve relative au plaignant, 52: 11, 14; 54A: 3;
59A: 7-9, 30; 62: 17-24; 63: 15-6; 65A: 61-2; 66: 116;
66A: 51-2; 68A: 250-1, 419-20

Art. 29 —— Refutation, 59A: 30; 68A: 251

Art. 30 — Usage de la preuve, 59A: 30; 68A: 251

Art. 31 — Recel, 54A: 4; 65A: 62-3; 68A: 251

Art. 32 — Preavis a l’inculpe, 65A: 62-3; 68A: 251

Art. 34 — Exception, 54A: 37; 68A: 256

Art. 35 — Comparaison d’ecritures, 54A: 4-5, 37-8

Art. 36 -— Avis sur une question relevant du juge des faits, 54: 10;
54A: 38

Art. 37 — Production d’un rapport d’expert, 49: 13; 52: 17;
66A: 81; 68A: 256-7

Art. 38 —~ Presence de l’expert, 66A: 81

Art. 40 — Ordonnance designant un expert, 36: 25; 49: 13;
52: 17-8; 68A: 252-3, 257

Art. 41 — Rapport recevable en preuve, 68A: 253

Art. 42 — Production du rapport, 68A: 253

Art. 43 -— Interrogatoire de l’expert, 68A: 254-5

Art. 44 — Rapport d’expert irrecevable en preuve, 68A: 255-6

Art. 45 — Regle du our-dire, 49: 14; 52: 11, 18-9; 54A: 43;
59A: 21, 27; 63: 25-7; 66: 9-10; 68A: 261-3, 270, 276,420

Art. 46 — Declaration relative a une identification, 54A: 5, 43-4;
59A: 21-2; 66A: 54; 68A: 263-4, 350

Art. 47 —-— Document relatant des faits connus, 54A: 44; 66: 10;
68A: 264-5

Art. 48 — Declaration anterieure, 54A: 45; 59A: 22, 28-9;
66A: 54; 68A: 265-9

Art. 49 (1) — Non-disponibilite en matiére civile, 54A: 45-6;
59A: 27-8; 63:24; 68A: 271-2

Art. 49 (2) — Contre-interrogatoire, 63: 24; 68A: 27

Art. 49 (3) — Non-disponibilite en matiere criminelle, 59A: 22;
68A: 271

Art. 50 -— Temoignage non disponible en matiere civile, 49: 14;
52: 19; 54A: 46; 63: 24-6; 68A: 273, 420-1

Art. 51 — Declaration en matiére criminelle concernant un decés
ou des blessures, 54A: 5; 68A: 273-4

Art. 52 — Declaration en matiere criminelle dans l’exercice d’une
fonction, 54A: 5; 59A: 23, 24; 62: 28-30; 65A: 63; 66: 47;
68A: 274, 421-2

Art. 53 — Declaration en matiere criminelle concernant la
famille, 59A: 23, 25; 68A: 274-5

Art. 54 —— Declaration en matiére criminelle concernant un testa-
ment, 59A: 23; 68A: 275

Art. 55 — Declaration en matiere criminelle a 1’encontre des inte-
rets de son auteur, 59A: 23-4; 65A: 63-5; 66: 13; 68A: 275-6,

422
Art. 56 — Condition de recevabilite, 54A: 46; 59A: 21, 24, 26;
68A: 276

Art. 57 — Declaration faite, adoptee ou autorisee, 59A: 25
Art. 58 — Declaration d’une personne poursuivant une fin com-
mune, 54A: 5-6; 59A: 24-5; 68A: 422

INDEX 23

Bill ‘S-33 — Canada Evidence Act, 1982-—Cont’d
Discussion—Cont’d

Bill S-33 — Loi fédérale de 1982 sur la preuve—Suite
Discussion—Suz’te

Clause 178 —— Notice of intention to produce foreign law,
66A: 19; 68A: 179-80
Clause 179 —— Meaning of words, 68A: 180-2, 224
Clause 180 ——- Formal defects, 68A: 182-3
Clause 181 —— General power to comment, 68A: 183-4
Clause 182 ——- Appeal on admission or exclusion of evidence at
trial, 68A: 184-6
Clause 194 — Objection relating to international relations or
national defence or security, 68A: 197
Clause 195 -— Objection relating to a confidence of the Queen’s
Privy Council, 68A: 197-8, 224
Clause 200, 68A: 142
Clause 204, 59A: 13-5, 29
Drafting
Application in Quebec, effect, 36: 8-9, 27; 49: 16-8, 29-32; 52: 20,
22-5; 61: 14-6; 66: 21-4, 33-6, 37-9, 47; 66A: 3-4, 12-5, 18-20
Civil law and criminal law together, 49: 16-7, 30-1; 53: 10; 61: 14;
63: 12-3; 66: 23, 38-9; 66A: 4
Consultation process, 49: 6, 7,22-5, 27, 30-3; 52: 6-8, 20; 53: 6,
8,9, 12-3, 14-5; 54: 13, 14; 54A: 2, 9,15, 28; 59: 5, 6,20-3;
62: 13-5, 23; 63: 28, 31-4; 65A: 17, 39; 66: 33-4, 39, 40, 46;
66A: 1-2, 3, 4,16; 68: 5-6
Omissions, 36: 19-20; 40: 19, 22; 53: 14; 54A: 15; 61: 6, 16;
63: 27-30; 66: 27-9, 50; 66A: 7-8
Translation, 49: 15-6, 18-9, 32; 52: 20-1, 22-3, 24; 61: 6-11, 12,
13, 16-8; 63: 29; 66: 35, 38, 39-40; 66A: 4-5, 15-6
Historical background, 36: 5-9, 10-1, 12-4, 20-2, 29; 49: 21-3, 28-31;
52: 6-9, 16-7, 20; 53: 12-3; 54A: 8-9, 14-6; 59A: 3; 61: 5-6, 12;
62: 14-5; 63: 13-4, 16, 28-30, 31-3; 65A: 17; 68A: 200-3
Ramifications, reactions of provincial governments, 36: 8-9, 27-8;
49:22,29-30;52: 20 ‘
Report, Interim, to Senate, 68: 5-6
Scope, 36: 5-6, 10-1, 16, 18; 49: 8-14, 19-23, 25-7, 32-3; 52: 10-2,
14-5; 53: 6-10, 13-6; 54: 10; 54A: 2, 9,15-6; 59A: 3, 4,15, 19,29;
61: 12; 62: 13, 15-7, 23-4; 65A: 39; 66: 7, 12-3, 29-32, 47;
66A: 8-12; 68: 5; 68A: 30, 38, 60
See also
Evidence
Uniform Evidence Act

Bill S-34 ——- Act to revive Polyventreprise Ltée and to provide for its
continuance under the Canada Business Corporations Act
Purpose, 43: 6
Report to Senate, without amendment, 43: 4, 5,9
See also
Polyventreprise Ltée

Bill S-35 —-— Act to incorporate the Eparch of the Eparchy of Saints
Cyril and Methodius of Slovaks of the Byzantine Rite in Canada
Discussion, Clause 4 — Objects, 56: 11
,5 Modification, spelling error, 56: 7-8, 10, 11
i Purpose, 56: 7
Report to Senate, without amendment, 56: 4, 5,1 1
See also –
Eparch of the Eparchy of Saints Cyril and Methodius of Slovaks of
the Byzantine Rite in Canada
Religious corporations

Bird Commission
See
Royal Commission on the Status of Women in Canada

Bird, Hon. Florence Bayard, Senator (Carleton)
Bill C-127, subject-matter, 27: 26-7, 34-5, 48, 51

Art. 60 — Abolition de la regle relative aux declarations de per-
sonnes liees, 49: 14; 52: 19

Art. 61 — Declaration du mandataire ou de l’emp1oyé, 54: 12;
54A: 47; 59A: 25

Art. 62 -— Autres exceptions, 49: 14; 54A: 6, 47; 59: 9-14, 18-9;
59A: 15-7, 25-7; 62: 26-7; 65A: 65-7; 66A: 47-8; 68A: 283,
285, 287-8, 293, 315, 322, 350, 423

Art. 63 — Declarations de 1’incu1pe, definitions, 54A: 6; 59: 9,
13-4; 62: 26; 63: 23-4; 65A: 67-9; 66: 16-7; 68A: 282, 294-5,
323,423

Art. 64 — Declaration de l’inculpe, 36: 16; 54A: 7; 59: 12-3;
59A: 12, 15, 17; 62: 25-7; 65A: 69-70; 66: 17; 66A: 41, 57-8;
68A: 282-93, 300, 315, 322, 424

Art. 65 — Interdiction de poser des questions sur la veracite d’une
declaration, 49: 8; 59A: 19; 66: 13; 66A: 41; 68A: 306, 424

Art. 66 — Obligation legale, 59A: 19; 68A: 306

Art. 67 — Contenu de la declaration, 59A: 19; 68A: 306-7

Art. 68 — Aveu, 59A: 19; 66A: 41; 68A: 307

Art. 69 — Irrecevabilite de la declaration, 59: 16; 68A: 300,
307-10, 322

Art. 70 — Qualite de responsable inconnue de l’inculpe,
59A: 17-8; 68A: 294-5, 310-1, 316

Art. 71 —— Enquete preliminaire, 59A: 19; 62: 16; 66A: 41;
68A: 311, 316

Art. 72 – Confirmation par une preuve materielle, 54A: 7;
59A: 12-3; 62: 16; 63: 21-3; 65A: 70; 68A: 312, 317, 425

Art. 73 — Interrogatoire de l’auteur de la declaration, 54A: 47;
59A: 21, 22, 27-8

Art. 74 ——- Regle generale, 68A: 425

Art. 76 — Application, 65A: 62

Art. 77 — En matiere civile, 54A: 47-8; 68A: 337, 338, 425-6

Art. 78 — Possession d’objet vole, 68A: 337, 338

Art. 79 —— Preuve de la mise en liberte ou de la condamnation,
68A: 338

Art. 81 — Avis d’alibi, 59A: 4; 65A: 70-1; 66: 48; 66A: 53

Art. 82 — Avis donne par le poursuivant, 65A: 71

Art. 83 — Observations defavorables, 65A: 72; 66A: 53

Art. 85 — Procedure par voie de mise en accusation, 59A: 7-9;
65A: 72-3; 66: 17-8, 48; 66A: 53; 68A: 339

Art. 91 — Conjoint temoin pour la defense, 36: 22; 40: 25, 26, 27;
52: 15; 62: 16

Art. 92 — Conjoint d’un co’1’nculpe,-10:25, 27

Art. 93 — Conjoint temoin pour le poursuivant, 36: 16; 40: 25-7;
54A: 7-8

Art. 94 — Observations sur le defaut de temoignage, 59A: 11;
66A: 47, 49

Art. 95 — Cas ou 1’inculpe n’a pas temoigne, 36: 12, 13; 40: 20,
21; 54A: 3; 59A: 11-2; 62: 28; 66A: 47, 49-50; 68A: 426

Art. 100 —— Presentation de la preuve, 54A: 3; 68A: 340

Art. 101 — Interrogatoire par le tribunal, 54: 11; 54A: 38;
65A: 73; 68A: 340

Art. 102 — Pouvoir du tribunal de citer un temoin, 54A: 39;
59: 7-9; 65A: 73; 68A: 341, 426-7

Art. 103 — Questions tendancieuses a 1’interrogatoire principal
ou lors d’un nouvel interrogatoire, 54A: 39; 68A: 341, 427

Art. 104 -— Contre-interrogatoire, 54A: 39-40; 65A: 73-4; 66: 18,
50-1; 66A: 81; 68A: 342-4, 427

Art. 105 — Temoin oppose, 54A: 40; 66A: 81; 68A: 344

Art. 106 —-— Nouvel interrogatoire, 54A: 40; 68A: 345

Art. 107 — Exclusion d’un temoin, 54A: 40; 66A: 80; 68A: 345,
428

Art. 108 —- Ordre des temoignages, 65A: 74; 66: 31-2; 66A: 47,
48-9; 68A: 346

Art. 109 — interdiction de discuter de la preuve, 54A: 40;
68A: 346

24 INDEX

Bill S-33 —— Loi féderale de 1982 sur la preuve—Suz’te

Bird, Hon. Florence Bayard, Senator (Carleton)—Cont’d
Discussion—Suite

Bill C-201, subject-matter, 26: 13-4, 27, 35, 36-7, 71-2, 80, 98

Bissonnette, P. Andre, Deputy Solicitor General of Canada, Solicitor
General Canada
Bill C-61, 17: 10, 11; 19:6-1 1, 13, 14, 16, 18; 22: 21

Black, Heather, Legal Counsel, Legal Services, Health and Welfare

Canada
“Proposals to correct… Revised Statutes of Canada, 1970, and other
Acts…”, 7: 27

Blanchard, Bernard E., Executive Director, Canadian Bar Association
Bill S-33, 49: 32, 34

Bordwell, Sally and Les Sussman, The Rapist File, 27: 13-4

Bosa, Hon. Peter, Senator (York-Caboto)
Bill C-45, 15: 7
Bill C-53, subject-matter
Child abduction, 25: 25
Complainant’s credibility, doctrine of recent complaint, 25: 38, 39
Controversies, compromises, 25: 27, 28
Procuring, 25: 33, 34
Prostitution, soliciting, 25: 41
Sexual assault, definition, 25: 41, 42
Study, procedure, 25: 28
Young persons, 25: 26, 27
Bill C-61, 20: 20-1; 21: 13, 14-5, 16, 23, 24; 22: 9, 10-1, 19
Bill C-127, subject-matter, 25:43, 44
Bill C-141, 51: 20-3
Bill C-201, subject-matter, 26: 12 ‘
Bill S-20, I4: 9, 14, 15
Bill S-21, 14: 10, 11, 14, 15
Bill S-22, I4: 12, 14, 15
Bill S-24, 23: 6, 9,10
Bill S-26, 16: 10
Bill S-27, 18: 8, 9
Bill S-31, subject-matter, 34: 20, 34; 37: 5
Bill S-32, 37: 17-9; 41: 6, 8; 46: 29-30; 47: 18-20, 22, 24-6; 48: 27-8;
60: 30, 32, 35
Bill S-33
Accused
Burden of proof, 66: 51
Cross examination on previous record, 36: 26-8; 66: 49
Statements, admissibility, 59: 11; 63: 21-3
Admissibility, general rule, 40: 8-9; 52: 16
Alibi, 66: 48-9
Character evidence, 36: 26, 28; 59: 23; 62: 17
Computer printouts, admissibility, 65: 11-2, 23-4, 27-9
Drafting, 59: 20-2; 66: 50
Hearsay, unavailability of declarant, 62: 28-30; 63: 24-5; 66: 47-8
Procedure, 59: 30; 63: 35
Bill S-35, 56: 10
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter
Aboriginal peoples
Adoption, positions on, 69: 83-4; 71: 29-30, 34-5, 37
Definition, 69: 39
Indians
Consensus, 73: 8; 74: 21-2
Public relations programs, 74: 29
Rights, 69: 43, 46-7, 49, 84-5; 71: 31
Constitutional conferences in the future, 69: 65-7, 87; 74: 22
Motions, 69: 6, 8; 71: 6, 14, 39; 76:24
Procedure, 69: 86; 71: 40

Art. 110 — Rappel d’un fait, 54: 11; 54A: 40-1; 68A: 346-7, 428

Art. 11 1 — Droits de la partie adverse, 68A: 347, 428

Art. 112 ——- Recevabilite d’un aide-memoire, 54A: 41; 68A: 242,
347, 428

Art. 113 — Document relatant des faits, 54A: 41, 44; 68A: 264-5,
347-8, 351,428

Art. 114 —— Examen par le tribunal, 68A: 349,428

Art. 115 —— Contre-interrogatoire sur une declaration anterieure,
68A: 349, 428-9

Art. 116 —-— Declaration spontanee, 66A: 41; 68A: 132

Art. 1’17 — Preuve de declaration anterieure, 59A: 22, 28-9;
68A: 265, 267, 350

Art. 118 —- Declaration anterieure compatible, 59A: 22, 28-9;
68A: 265, 267, 269, 350-1, 429

Art. 119 — Production de la declaration, 68A: 351

Art. 120 — Utilisation restreinte d’une declaration, 54A: 41-2;
59A: 22; 65A: 74; 66A: 54; 68A: 266, 267, 350, 351

Art. 121 — Preuve de reputation, 68A: 352

Art. 122 —-— Preuve concernant la moralite ou le mode de vie,
66A: 38-40; 68A: 352

Art. 123 — Interdiction dc contre-interroger un temoin sur son
casier judiciaire, 36: 27, 28; 49: 8; 52: 14-5; 54A: 3, 8; 62: 16;
65A: 75-6; 66: 18-9, 49; 66A: 47, 50-1; 68A: 352-9, 430

Art. 124 — Preuve d’une mise en liberte ou d’une condamnation,
68A: 358, 430

Art. 125 — Corroboration non requise, 40: 22; 54A: 8; 59A: 23;
65A: 76-8; 66: 19-20; 66A: 81; 68A: 359-61, 430-1

Art. 130 —— Definitions, 65: 8, 9,13; 65A: 49; 66: 41, 43-4

Art. 130a) —-— Definition, «original», 64: 15

Art. 130b) — Definition, «original», 64: 20

Art. l30c) —— Definition, «original», 36: 12, 14, 15; 55: 8-9, 14;
55A: 23-4, 27, 28, 33; 64: 5, 8,12, 13, 16, 17, 18; 64A: 15-6,
20, 22; 65: 10, 14, 17, 28; 65A: 49

Art. 133 —— Recevabilite d’une copie, 55A: 33; 65: 13, 27; 65A: 49

Art. 135 ——- Documents volumineux, 55: 13

Art. 139 — Avis, 54A: 42; 66A: 78

Art. 140 —-— Preuve d’authenticite, 68A: 431

Art. 141 — Presomption d’authenticite, 68A: 432

Art. 152 — Definitions, 68A: 432-3

Art. 153 ——- Recevabilite d’un document, 54A: 8, 42; 65A: 78;
68A: 432-3

Art. 154 —— Absence de renseignement, 65A: 50-1, 53

Art. 155 (1) — Examen d’un document, 65: 7; 65A: 50

Art. 155 (2) — Preuve d’un document, 55: 14; 55A: 27, 29; 65: 50

Art. 156 — Interrogatoire concernant un document, 55: 14, 15,
16, 19; 65: 12-4, 27-8; 66: 44

Art. 157 -— Document professionnel d’une institution financiere,
36: 15; 55: 14; 55A: 27, 29; 65: 6, 13, 14, 26-7, 28; 65A: 50, 53;
66A: 78

Art. 160 —— Preuve materielle, 54A: 7, 42; 59A: 12

Art. 161, 68A: 267, 269, 362-9

Art. 161 (1) -— Aucune exemption de repondre a une question,
59A: 32; 62: 30; 68A: 369, 433

Art. 161 (2) —— Protection, 36: 22; 59A: 22; 62: 30; 68A: 369-70,
433

Art. 162 —— Personnes physiques seulement, 62: 30; 68A: 370-1

Art. 163 — Exception concernant une declaration anterieure
incompatible, 59A: 22; 62: 30; 65A: 79; 66A: 56-7; 68A: 266,
267, 371-3

Art. 164 — Abolition du droit de refuser de produire un docu-
ment, 68A: 373-5

Art. 165 — Examen psychiatrique, 49: 8; 66: 13; 68A: 375-7

Art. 166 — Definition de «conjoint», 68A: 377-8

Art. 167 — Secret conjugal, 68A: 379

INDEX

25

Bosa, Hon. Peter, Senator (York-Caboto)~—Cont’a’
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter—
C0nt’d
Study, procedure, 69: 12
Golgengerg, the Honourable Senator, resignation as Chairman,
6:

“Subject-matter of clauses of Bills where such clauses may
infringe upon the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the
Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms”, examination by a
Parliamentary Committee, discussion, 76: 17

Bouffard, Denis, Legal Counsel, Legal Services, Labour Canada
“Proposals to correct… Revised Statutes of Canada, 1970, and other
Acts…”, 7: 42-3

Brascade Inc., 30: 16; 34: 11, 15, 53

Breau, Susan C., Barrister and Solicitor; President, Elizabeth Fry
Society of Kingston, Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Socie-
’ ties

Bill S-32, 39: 9-10, 11-2, 13, 15, 16, 19

British Columbia Coalition of Rape Centres and British Columbia
Police Commission, This Film is About Rape, 27: 12, 28

British Columbia government
Bill C-26, equivalent legislation, 2: 8
Bill C-61
Brief to Commons Committee, 21: 18
Costs involved
Age-groups
12-16 year olds, 21: 12-3, 14, 15, 19, 20, 23-4
17 year olds, 21: 8, 12-3, 14, 15, 16, 19, 20, 23-4; 22: 9
Analysis, 21:8, 13,14,15,19
Cost to process a charge in juvenile court, increase, 21: 23;
22: 10-]
Federal contribution to cost-sharing, 21: 12-3, 19-20; 22: 14
Predisposition reports, 21: 23-4 ‘
Records, destruction, 21: 12, 14-5, 19, 24-5, 27
Jurisdiction, 21: 9, 12, 24-5; 22: 12
Legislation, federal-provincial consultation, 21: 7, 19, 27-8
Ontario government, consultations with, 21: 14
Overview, philosophy, 21: 5, 6,7, 9,10, 13, 19,21
Young offenders
Age-groups
7-11 year olds, 21: 9, 22-3
12-16 year olds, 21:8,16,17-8, 21,22, 26-7
17 year olds, 21: 8-9, 15-7, 20, 21-2, 28
Alternative measures, diversion, 21: 9
Custody, open or closed, 21: 11-2, 24, 27; 22: 7, 8
Maximum age, criticism of increase, 21: 7, 8,9, 15, 19, 20, 21,
27-8
Offences
Drugs, 21: 26
Statistics, 21: 15-8, 23, 24; 22: 22
Right to counsel and admissibility of evidence, combined effect,
21: 9-10, 19, 23, 27; 22: 6, 7
Transfer to ordinary court, 21: 8-9, 21-2, 16-7
Bill S-31, reaction, 29: 5; 29A: 1-2; 33: 60; 34: 67, 69, 94; 34A: 6-7
Bill S-32
Criteria for forfeiture of remission, 45: 11, 30, 31; 60: 23-4
Evaluation, 45: 6, 8,13, 22
Recommendations, 45: 6, 7-8, 10-3, 28, 29, 30, 32
Bill S-33, position reported, 49: 22, 29, 30
Career Criminal Project, 45: 16, 17, 19-20, 32

Bill S-33 — Loi fédérale de 1982 sur la preuve—Suz’te

Discussion—Suz’te
Art. 168 — Durée dc l’existence du droit au secret, 66: 13;
68A: 377-8
Art. 169 — Presomption de confidentialite, 68A: 379-80
Art. 170 — Demande de reconnaissance du droit, 68A: 380-1
Art. 171 — Exception en matiere civile, 68A: 382-4
Art. 172 — Exception en matiere criminelle, 68A: 384-7
Art. 173 — Absence du droit au secret, 68A: 387-8
Art. 174 — Droit au secret aboli, 68A: 388-9
Art. 175 -— Condition implicite d’un contrat, 66: 22; 68A: 389-91,
433
Art. 176 —— Action pour poursuite abusive, 66: 22; 68A: 389-91,
433
Art. 177 — Preuve du droit etranger, 66A: 77; 68A: 391-3, 433-4
Art. 178 – Avis, 66A: 77; 68A: 393-4
Art. 179 — Signification de mots, 68A: 394-6, 434
Art. 180 — Inaccomplissement d’une formalite, 68A: 396-7
Art. 181 — Pouvoir de commenter la preuve, 68A: 397-8
Art. 182 — Decision sur l’opportunite de recevoir ou d’exc1ure
une preuve, 68A: 398-9
Art. 194 — Opposition relative aux relations internationales ou 2
la défense on a la securite nationales, 68A: 409
Art. 195 -— Opposition relative a un renseignement confidentiel
du Conseil prive de la Reine, 68A: 409-10, 434
Art. 200, 68A: 359-60
Art. 204, 59A: 13-5, 29
Historique, 36: 5-9, 10-1, 12-4, 20-2, 29; 49: 21-3, 28-31; 52: 6-9,
16-7, 20; 53: 12-3; 54A: 8-9, 33-5; 59A: 3; 61: 5-6, 12; 62: 14-5;
63: 13-4, 16, 28-30, 31-3; 65A: 56; 68A: 412-5
Portee, 36: 5-6, 10-1, 16, 18; 49: 8-14, 19-23, 25-7, 32-3; 52: 10-2,
14-5; 53: 6-10, 13-6; 54: 10; 54A: 2, 9,35; 59A: 3, 4,15, 19, 29;
61: 12; 62: 13, 15-7, 23-4; 65A: 79; 66: 7, 12-3, 29-32, 47;
66A: 44-58; 68: 5; 68A: 252, 259, 279
Ramifications, reactions des gouvernements provinciaux, 36: 8-9,
27-8; 49: 22, 29-30; 52:20
Rapport provisoire au Senat, 68: 5-6
Redaction
Application au Quebec, effet, 36: 8-9, 27; 49: 16-8, 29-32; 52: 20,
22-5; 61: 14-6; 66: 21-4, 33-6, 37-9, 47; 66A: 27-30, 59-68,
73-81
Consultation, processus, ’49: 6, 7,22-5, 27, 30-3; 52: 6-8, 20; 53: 6,
8,9, 12-3, 14-5; 54: 13, 14; 54A: 2, 9,35, 49; 59: 5, 6,20-3;
62: 13-5, 23; 63: 28, 31-4; 65A: 56, 79; 66: 33-4, 39, 40, 46;
66A: 22-4, 27-8, 30, 71; 68: 5-6
Droit civil et droit criminel ensemble, 49: 16-7, 30-1; 53: 10;
61: 14; 63: 12-3; 66: 23, 38-9; 66A: 30-1
Lacunes, 36: 19-20; 40: 19, 22; 40: 19, 22; 53: 14; 54A: 34; 61: 6,
16; 63: 27-30; 66: 27-9, 50; 66A: 40-3
Traduction, 49: 15-6, 18-9, 32; 52: 20-1, 22-3, 24; 61: 6-11, 12,
13,16-8;63:29;66:35, 38, 39-40; 66A: 31-2, 68-70, 71
Voir aussi
Preuve
Preuve, Loi uniforme

Bill S-34 — Loi reconstituant la société Polyventreprise Ltée et pré-

voyant sa prorogation sous 1e regime de la Loi sur les ‘sociétés

commerciales canadiennes
But, 43: 6
Rapport au Senat, sans amendement, 43: 4, 5,9

Voir aussi

Polyventreprise Ltée

26 INDEX

British Columbia government—Cont’d
Young offenders, fingerprint policy, 17: 23, 24

British Columbia Police Commission and British Columbia Coalition
of Rape Centres, This Film is About Rape, 27: 12, 28

British North America Act
See
Constitution Act, 1867

Brotherhood of Indian Nations (Manitoba), Coalition of First Nations
Background information, 71: 24
Charter of Rights and Freedoms, interpretation, 71A: 12, 13-4
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, I983, brief, 71A: 7-15
Constitutional Accord, 1983, comments, 71: 24-5; 71A: 8-15

Broun, Kenneth S., ed., McCormick on Evidence, 62: 22; 68A: 205,
207

Brown, Henry, Counsel for the Petitioner, Mr. Robert K. Coulling
Bill S-27
Discussion, 18: 7, 9
Statement, 18: 6-7

Bruyere, Smokey, President, Native Council of Canada
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, I983, subject-matter
Discussion, 70:47-57, 59-61
Statement, 70: 36-47

Bryce Commission
See
Royal Commission on Corporate Concentration

Buckwold, Hon. Sidney L., Senator (Saskatoon)
Bill C-34, 9: 8, 10-1, 12, I3-4, 16,22
Bill C-61
Coming into force, 20: 21; 22: 15, I6, 17, 18
Ontario government, costs, 20: 8, 2l
Overview, philosophy, 20: 21
Program administration
Cost-sharing, 17: 20; 20: 21
Costs involved, 20: 8, 21; 22: 17-8
Provincial governments, objections, reasons for, 17: 20
Saskatchewan government, brief, 22: 15, 16, 17-8
Young offenders
Maturity, age of, 17:22
Maximum age, 17: 18-9, 20
Offences, 17: 22; 22: 22
Right to counsel, 22: 7
Bill C-201, subject-matter, 26: 10, 54, 55-6
Bill S-I9, 10: 15, 18-9, 20, 21
Bill S-24, 23: 10; 24: 18
Bill S-31, subject-matter, 28: 6, 29-32, 4l; 34: 61-2, 73, 79, 94
Bill S-32, 35: 17-9; 41: 7, 14, 17-8, 24-30, 32; 46: 15, 22-4; 48: 22-4
Bill S-33, 49: 10-1, 14; 53: I4
Goldenberg, the Honourable Senator, resignation as Chairman,
26: 7, 8
“Proposals to correct… Revised Statutes of Canada, 1970, and other
Acts…”, 6: 9, l2-6, 18-9, 21, 22, 24, 25

Bunting, J. Pearce, President, Toronto Stock Exchange
Bill S-31, position reported, 30: 11,22-3, 36; 31: 20

Bill S-35 —— Loi constituant en société l’éparque de l’éparchie des
Saints Cyrille et Méthode des Slovaques de rite byzantin au
Canada

But, 56: 7

Discussion, Article 4 —— Objet, 56: ll

Modification, faute d’orthographe, 56: 7-8, 10, ll

Rapport au Sénat, sans amendement, 56: 4, 5,1 l

Voir aussi
Eparque de l’éparchie des Saints Cyrille et Méthode des Slovaques
de rite byzantin au Canada
Sociétés religieuses

Bird, Commission
Voir
Commission royale d’enquéte sur la situation de la femme au
Canada

Bird, honorable Florence Bayard, sénateur (Carleton)
Bill C-127, teneur, 27: 26-7, 34-5, 48, 51
Bill C-201, teneur, 26: 13-4, 27, 35, 36-7, 71-2, 80,98

Bissonnette, M. P. André, sous-solliciteur général du Canada, Sollici-
teur général Canada
Bill C-61, 17: 10, ll; 19: 6-1 1, 13, 14, 16, I8; 22: 21

Black, Mlle Heather, avocat conseil, Services juridiques, Santé et
Bien-étre social Canada
«Propositions visant a corriger… Statuts revisés du Canada de 1970
et certaines lois postérieures», 7: 27

Blanchard, M. Bernard E., directeur exécutif, Association du Barreau

canadien
Bill S-33, 49: 32, 34

Board of Trade de Montréal
Bill S-31, position, citation, 33: 47, 56

Bordwell, Sally et Les Sussman, The Rapist File, 27: 13-4

Bosa, honorable Peter, sénateur (York-Caboto)
Bill C-45, 15:7
Bill C-53, teneur
Agression sexuelle, définition, 25: 41, 42
Controverses, compromis, 25: 27, 28
Enfants, rapt, 25: 25
Etude, procédure, 25: 28
Jeunes personnes, 25: 26, 27
Plaignant, crédibilité, théorie de la plainte spontanée, 25: 38, 39
Prostitution, racolage, 25: 41
Proxénétisme, 25: 33, 34
Bill C-61, 20: 20-1; 21: 13, 14-5, 16, 23,24;22:9,10-1,19
Bill C-127, teneur, 25: 43, 44
Bill C-141, 51: 20-3
Bill C-201, teneur, 26: 12
Bill S-20, 14:9, 14, 15
Bill S-21, 14: 10, ll, 14, 15
Bill S-22, 14: I2, 14, 15
Bill S-24, 23:6, 9,10
Bill S-26, 16: 10
Bill S-27, I8: 8, 9
Bill S—3l, teneur, 34: 20, 34; 37: 5
Bill S-32, 37: 17-9; 41: 6, 8; 46: 29-30; 47: 18-20, 22, 24-6; 48: 27-8;
60: 30, 32, 35

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Burbidge, F. S., Chairman, Canadian Pacific Limited
Bill S-31, subject-matter
Discussion, 33: 9-27
Statement, 33: 5-9

Business Corporations Act
See
Canada Business Corporations Act

Bussiéres Transport, 30: 17, 33

COPE
See
Committee for Original People’s Entitlement

CTC, Her Majesty in right ofAlberta v. ([1978] lS.C.R. 61), 15: 10

CYI
See
Council for Yukon Indians

Caisse de depot et placement du Québec
Administration
Board of directors, 33: 29-30; 34: 49, 53-4, 63
Employees, 34: 63
Alberta Heritage Fund, comparison, 28: 14; 30: 10, 41, 49, 56-7;
33: 5-6, 7, 16, 48-9; 34: 24, 54
Assets, 30: 21; 31: 10; 33: 5, 29; 34: 12, 14-5, 26, 27, 54, 64
Bill S-31, subject-matter
Corporations affected, interpretation, 34: 9, 10, 11, 15, 17, 22, 35;
34A: 1, 2
Criticisms
Economy, effect on, 33: 28, 38-9, 41-2, 44; 34: 51
Exemptions, procedure, 33: 42-3
Investments, limitation, 33: 32, 33, 34, 39-44; 34: 50, 57-9, 65
Overview, 33: 28, 34-5, 40-1, 42, 44
Return on investments, effect on, 30: 13; 31: 26; 33: 28, 34, 39,
40-1, 42, 44; 34: 50, 58, 59, 87-8, 90-1, 93
Scope, 33: 32-4
Voting rights, limitation, 33: 32, 33, 34-9, 41-2, 43-4; 34: 50, 65
Definition “corporation », 33: 32-4
Federal jurisdiction, preservation, applicability of regulations,
33: 33-4
Purpose, 33: 32
Recommendation, 33: 28, 45
Business decisions, responsibility of management, 30: 26-7, 38-9
Canada Pension Plan, comparison, 30: 7-8, 10, 18, 19, 20, 21, 28;
31:10, 12, 13, 27; 33: 49
Canadian Pacific Limited
Board of directors, request for representation on, 33: 7, 13-4, 19,
25; 34: 43-5, 47-8
intentions concerning, 30: 9, 22, 39, 47; 34: 43-4
Shares, percentage, 28: 26; 30: 11, 21, 22; 33: 7, 11, 13, 16, 20,
40, 53; 34: 39, 63
Canadian unity, role in, 34: 16, 24-5
Concentration of funds under the control of one manager, 30: 10;
31: 10-1, 12, 27
Depositors, 30: 10; 33: 29
Desmarais, Paul, relationship with, reported, 28: 17-8, 39-40; 30: 11,
23,27, 39; 34: 49-50
Francophone presence in large corporations, 34: 8, 15-7, 25, 30, 34-5
Historical background, 30: 7-8, 15, 19, 25-6; 31: 9, 12, 13; 33: 5-6,
11, 28-9, 54; 34: 8, 12, 15-6, 54
Investments
Banks, 34: 54-6

Bosa, honorable Peter, senateur (York-Caboto)——Suite
Bill S-33
Accuse
Charge de la preuve, 66: 51
Contre-interrogatoire au sujet de son casier judiciaire, 36: 26-8;
66: 49
Declarations, recevabilite, 59: 1 1; 63: 21-3

Alibi, 66: 48-9

Imprimes d’ordinateur, recevabilite, 65: 11-2, 23-4, 27-9

Oui‘-dire, non-disponibilite de l’auteur d’une declaration,

62: 28-30; 63: 24-5; 66: 47-8

Preuve de moralite, 36: 26, 28; 59: 23; 62: 17

Procedure, 59: 30; 63: 35

Recevabilite, regle generale, 40: 8-9; 52: 16

Redaction, 59: 20-2; 66: 50

Bill S-35, 56: 10
Goldenberg, l’honorable senateur, demission comme president, 26: 7
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur
Autochtones
Adoption, positions envers, 69: 83-4; 71: 29-30, 34-5, 37
Definition, 69: 39
Droits, 69: 43, 46-7, 49, 84-5; 71: 31
Indiens
Consensus, 73: 18; 74: 21-2
Relations publiques, programme, 74: 29

Conferences constitutionnelles futures, 69: 65-7, 87; 74: 22

Etude, procedure, 69: 12

Motions, 69: 68; 71: 6, 14, 39; 76: 24

Procedure, 69: 86; 71: 40

«Teneur des articles des projets de loi qui peuvent porter
atteinte aux droits et libertes garantis par la Charte canadienne
des droits et libertés», examen par un Comité parlementaire, dis-
cussion, 76: 17

Bouffard, M. Denis, avocat conseil, Services juridiques, Travail
Canada
«Propositions visant a corriger… Statuts revises du Canada de 1970
et certaines lois posterieures», 7: 42-3

Bourse de Montreal
Bill S-31
Banques, mesures legislatives, comparaison, 31: 6, 14, 27
But, 31: 5, 6
Competence constitutionnelle, 31: 6, 22, 34
Critiques
Effet sur l’économie, 31: 6-7, 8, 10, 11-2, 15, 17, 19-22, 36
Portee, 31: 5-6, 10, 36
Vote, droit de, limitation, 31: 5-6, 23, 27-9, 30-1, 34
Donnees economiques
Gouvernements
Fonds de pension
Recommandations, 31: 12, 13-4, 21-3, 25, 27, 29, 30, 32,
34-5
Role et statistiques, 31: 10, 11-2, 13, 32; 31A: 6
Interventions dans l’economie, apercu et statistiques, 31: 6, 7-
10, 17-8, 21,25, 28, 32-6; 31A:5
Organismes, recommandations, 31: 12, 13-4, 21-3, 25, 27, 29,
30, 32, 34-5
Societés, structure de capital et de propriete, 31: 7, 8,11-2, 21,
24, 36; 31A: 7, 8
Exemptions, 31: 6
Historique, reunion avec le ministre responsable, 31: 19-21
Quebec, milieu d’affaires, reaction, 31: 15-6
Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec
Actions, limite de propriete, pourcentage, 31: 13, 28, 29
Concentration des fonds sous l’autorite d’un gestionnaire, position
envers, 31: 10-1, 12,27

28 INDEX

Caisse de dépot et placement du Québec——Cont’a’
Investments—Cont’d
Comparison with other pension funds, 33: 8, 31-2, 50, 53; 34: 19,
20, 26-7, 51, 54, 60, 61-2, 64
Criticism, interpretation, 30: 10-1, 14, 22-3, 25-6, 34-6, 37, 41,
50, 53-4; 33: 33, 35, 37
Disclosure, 28: 38; 31: 16, 25, 26; 33: 44, 48, 49; 34: 14, 20-1, 24,
26-8, 33-4, 39-43, 81, 93
Examples
Alcan Aluminium Limited, 30: 11-2, 19, 29, 49, 59; 31: 19;
31A: 4; 33: 12, I7, 58; 34: 18, 22,23, 41, 57
Domtar Inc., 30: 10,12, 16, 27; 31: 28; 33: 49, 51; 34: 8, 15,20,
25, 41-3, 53, 63 ‘
Gaz Metropolitain Inc., 31: 28, 30; 34: 51-2
Noranda Mines Limited, 30: 10, 16; 31: 11; 34: 11, 15,53
Overview, 30: 12-3, 16, 17-8,20-1,30-3;31:30-1, 34,36
Provigo Inc., 28: 15; 30: 12, 50-1; 31: 28; 33: 34, 58; 34: 11, I5,
23
Royal Trust, 34: 30, 31, 32, 45-7, 62
SONAMAR, Societe dc navigation maritime, 30: 30-1, 33
Investment reserve, 34: 56-7, 58
List, availability to depositors, 34: 63-4
Management policy, evaluation, 28: 15, 20, 21, 26-7, 28, 38;
30: 15, 34; 31: 16-7, 18-9, 21, 25, 26-7; 33: 6, 20, 48, 49-50,
54, 55:34:16, 32, 90, 91

Objectives
Interpretation, 28: 15-6, 27-8; 30: 16-7; 33: 6, 8,20, 49-50, 51,
52-3
Overview, 33: 31-2, 36-40; 34: 8, 13, 15-6, 17, 19-23, 25, 30-2,
34-5, 50, 65

Powers, 33: 30-1, 37
Representation on boards of directors, 30: 59; 33: 7, 13-4, 19, 25,
50-1, 62; 33A: 1; 34:47, 48-9, 52-3, 55, 63
Return, evaluation, 31: I0, 13, 16-7, 18-9, 36-7; 34: I3, 90
Shares, ownership limit, percentage, 30: 8, I5, 16, 17, 25, 26, 47;
31: 13,28, 29;33:8,30, 37, 51;34: 12-3, 51-2, 55
Statistics, 30: 20-1; 31: 27-8; 34: 59-61
Transportation sector, importance, 33: 40-1; 34: 57-9
United States, possibility, 30: 13, 15,37, 53;34:65-6
Mandate, 30: 8, 15, 25, 37, 53; 31: 12-3, 16, 37; 33: 28-9, 30, 37;
34: 12-3
National Assembly, responsibility of, 28: 20, 21; 30: 25, 26; 31: 9,
11,22,37;33: 54, 55, 56;34:20,23, 24,27, 31-3, 39, 40, 88
Ontario, operations in, 31: 26; 34: 20, 24, 40, 41-3, 49-50, 66
Portfolio, 30: 9-10, 20-1, 36, 37-8, 46-7, 52-3, 57; 31: 10, 27-8, 36;
33: 57; 34: 58, 59-61, 63, 64
Saskatchewan Heritage Fund, comparison, 33: 5-6, 48, 49
See also
Quebec government

Calder, Frank, Chief, Research Director, Nishga Tribal Council (New
Aiyansh, British Columbia)
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter
Discussion, 73: 7, 8,17, 18
Statement, 73: 8-15

Campbell, Faye E., Counsel, Policy Planning and Criminal Law
Amendments Section, Department of Justice
Bill C-127, subject-matter, 27: 38-9, 40, 41, 46-7

Campeau, Jean, Chairman, Caisse de depot et placement du Québec
Bill S-31, subject-matter
Discussion, 33: 46; 34: 39-41, 44-66
Statement, 33: 27-45
Policy statements, quotations, 33: 20, 50, 51

Bourse de Montréal—Suite
Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec—Suite
Fonds de pension du Canada, comparaison, 31: 10, 12, 13, 27
Historique, 31:9, 12, I3
Investissements, exemples et statistiques, 31: 11, 27-8, 30, 36
Mandat, 31: 12-3, 16,37
Operations en Ontario, 31: 26
Politique, evaluation
Gestion, 31: 16-7, 21, 25, 26, 27
Investissements, 31: 10, 13, 16-7, 37
Portefeuille, 31: 10, 27-8, 36
Divu/gation des operations d’1’niI1’e’s par les mandataires et les
sociétés d ‘Etat.’ une question de confiance, 31: 14, 32-3
Ontario, gouvernement, projet de loi 176, 31: 14-5, 25-6, 32
Quebec, gouvernement, projet de loi 85, 31: 15, 25-6, 32
Tableaux
Avoir des sociétés contrélées par les gouvernements fédéral et
provinciaux — 1979 (Tableau 1), 31A: 5
Controle (Le) des 400 plus grandes entreprises «canadiennes» [2
l’exclusi0n des institutionsflnancieres) (Tableau III), 31A: 7
Principaux (Les)fonds enfiducie au Canada (Tableau II), 31A: 6
Quinze (Les) plus grandes entreprises canadiennes indépendantes
(21 I ’exclusion des institutiorzs financieres) (Tableau IV),
31A: 8

Bourse de Montreal, president
Voir
Lortie, M. Pierre, president, Bourse de Montreal

Bourse de Toronto, president
Voir
Bunting, M. J. Pearce, president, Bourse de Toronto

Bourses, presidents
Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec, consultations concernant,
30: 22-3, 36; 31: 19
Voir aussi
Bunting, M. .1. Pearce, president, Bourse de Toronto
Lortie, M. Pierre, president, Bourse de Montreal

Brascade Inc., 30: 16; 34: 11, 15, 53

Breau, Mme Susan C., avocate; présidente, Société Elizabeth Fry de
Kingston, Association canadienne des sociétés Elizabeth Fry
Bill S-32, 39: 9-10, ll-2, 13, 15, 16, 19

British Columbia Coalition of Rape Centres and British Columbia
Police Commission, This Film is About Rape, 27: 12, 28

Brotherhood of Indian Nations (Manitoba), Coalition des premieres
nations
Accord constitutionnel de 1983, commentaires, 71: 24-5; 71A: 8-15
Charte des droits et libertes, interpretation, 71A: 12, 13-4
Information de base, 71: 24
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant
71A: 7-15

la Constitution, memoire,

Broun, Kenneth J., ed., McCormick on Evidence, 62: 22; 68A: 416,
418

Brown, M. Henry, avocat-conseil du requérant, M. Robert K. Coulling
Bill S-27
Discussion, 18: 7, 9
Expose, 18:6-7

les

INDEX 29

Bruyere, M. Smokey, président, Conseil des autochtones du Canada
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur
Discussion, 70: 47-57, 59-61
Expose, 70: 36-47

Canada Act
See
Constitution Act, 1982

Canada and the Constitution, I979-82, Edward Mcwhinney, 26: 23
Bryce, Commission

Canada Business Corporations Act V0” . . , . . .
Amendment proposed; Carried, 7: 104, 16 Commission royale d enquete sur la concentration des entreprises
Certificate of continuance, 14: 7-8, 9, IO, 12; 16:6, 16; 43: 6
Corporations with share capital, specification of objects, 3: 13 Buckwold, honorable Sidney L., senateur (Saskatoon)
Discussion Bill C-34, 9: 8, 10-1, 12, 13-4, 16, 22
Part III — Capacity and Powers, 8: 7, 13 Bill C-61
Section 202 —-— Revival, 4: 7; 16: 10, 13, 16 Apercu, philosophic, 20: 21
Section 202 (4) — Rights preserved, 4: 13 Entree en vigueur, 20: 21; 22: 15, 16, 17, 18
Revival of companies Jeunes contrevenants
Certificate of Revival, 4: 13 Age maximal, 17: 18-9, 20
Procedure, 1: 7; 4: 7-8, 12, 13; 14: 15; 16: 10, 13, 16 Droit aux services d’un avocat, 22: 7
See also Infractions, 17: 22; 22: 22
Canada Corporations Act Maturite, age, 17: 22

Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada Ontario, gouvernement, frais, 20: 8, 21
Programme, administration

Frais, partage, 17: 20; 20: 21

Frais impliques, 20: 8, 21; 22: 17-8
Provinces, gouvernements, objections, raisons pour, 17: 20
Saskatchewan, gouvernement, memoire, 22: 15, 16, 17-8

Canada Corporations Act
Clause 133 (10) — Publication of notice, discussion, 1: 11
Companies in default, penalty, 14: 14
Corporation charter, clauses admissible, 3: 12-3 . _
Corporations without share capital g’i7’§1i$?x}:url’8269′ 12%’ 52? 55-6
Letters patent, 3: 8 Bl“ S’24’ 23: 10f24:1’8 ’
P°“’°”’3‘ 13 133115-31’ . ’28-6 29 32 41-34-612 73 79 94
Information, companies required to file, 1:9, 11; 4: 7 BiI1s’32’:t§}e1u; »9_4‘1_’7 1’4 i./_8’ 24:30‘ 3’2_ 4’6_ 1’5 22_4_ 48_ 22_4
Nova Scotia Companies Act, comparison, 1:9 Bi“ s’33’ 49: 10′,’ M: 5’3_ 1;, ’ ’ ’ ‘ ’ ’ ‘
Repeal,date,4:7-8,12 I ‘ ‘ ‘,  » ’ ‘, . . . .. .
Revival of companies Golgenberg, l honorable senateur, demission comme president, 26. 7,
Amendment ro osed, 4: 6, 7,13 . . . . . . .
Complaints azaigst’ 4: 6’ 7,12 «Propositions .visant.a corriger… Stattits rezvges C2a11n:<éa2d4e £270
Procedure, 1: 6-7; 4: 6, 12-3; 5: 6; 14: 15; 16:7, 9-10, 14, 16 °‘ °° »a‘“°S 1°” p°“° »e“’°S”’ 6’ 9’ 1 ‘ ’ ‘ ’ ’ ’ ’
See also
Canada Business Corporations Act
Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada

Bunting, M. J . Pearce, président, Bourse de Toronto
Bill S-31, position citee, 30: 11, 22-3, 36; 31:20

Canada Day, proposed title for July 1st Burbidge, M. F.S., président, Canadien Pacifique Limitée

Acceptance and usage, 26: 45, 48, 54-5 Bill S-31, teneur
Australia Day, comparison, 26: 22-3, 54, 70 Discussion, 33: 9-27
Canada, evolution as a nation, 26: 34, 35, 71-2, 76, 87-8 Expose, 33: 5-9

Canadian identity, 26:47, 50-1, 61-3, 64-6
Evaluation asaname 26:27 28 37 53 54 . . .

_ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ Bureau des Affaires constitutionnelles autochtones (Bureau des Rela-
Gal9[3}-)4ix9l2i§l()2(‘)S;.2177-7L 27’ 39’ 48’ 49’ 50’ 82’ 83-5’ 86’ 87’ 901’ tions fédérales-provinciales),69: 16, 21;70:63, 81, 83
Multiculturalism, aspect, 26: 43-4, 45, 46-7, 48-9, 61-2, 63, 64-5, 67
Symbols and institutions, Canadianization, 26: 38-40, 50, 56-7, Bussiéres Transport, 30: 17, 33

62-3, 65, 85-6, 87-8, 98-I00

See also
Bill C-201 CAVC0l.r
Dominion Day, replacement by Canada Day, proposal Conseil des autochtones du Canada
Canada Elections Act . . , _
Amendment proposed; Carried’ 6: 7; 7: 6’ H_2‘ 14, 61 CCT, Sa Majeste du chefde lAlberta c. ([1978] I R.C.S. 61), 15. 10
Canada Evidence Act CE;
Section 2 — Application, 52: 23; 66: 22; 66A: 13 . . .. .
Section 12 —— Examination as to previous conviction, 65A: 35; Comm: d etude des droits des autochtones

66: 18-9; 66A: 6, 10; 68A: 136, 219
Section 29 —— Copies of entries, 53: 14; 55: 7, 8,20, 25; 55A: 3, 4,5, CEIQN

8,10, 13; 65: 7, 8,10; 65A: 8; 66A: 14 Voir
Comité d’etude Inuit des questions nationales

30 INDEX

Canada Evidence Act, 1982
See
Bill S-33

Canada Gazette
Notification of change of location of corporation head office, publi-
cation in, 18:7, 8
Notification to companies of default, publication in, 1: 7, 8,11; 4: 7,
8,10; I428, 10, 12, 14; 16: 10-1, 12-3, 14, 15

Canada is not a Plantation, Emile Vaillancourt, 26: 19, 20, 21

Canada Labour Code
Amendments proposed; carried, 7: 42-3

Canada Labour Relations Board
Bargaining certificates, 3: 9, 11

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation Act
Amendments proposed; rejected, 6: 15-7, 18, 23-4; 7: 16-8, 19, 20-1

Canada Non-profit Corporations Act
See
Bill C-10

Canada Pension Plan
Amendments proposed; carried, 6: 16, 17, 24-5; 7: 21
Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec, comparison, 30: 7-8, 10,
18,19, 20, 21, 28; 31: IO, 12, 13, 27; 33: 49

Canada Shipping Act
Amendment proposed; carried, 6: 17, 19; 7: 50-1

Canadian and British Insurance Companies Act
Amendment proposed, English version only, 7: 60
Amendments proposed; carried, 6: 5; 7: 41-2

Canadian Association for the Prevention of Crime
Bill S-32
Evaluation, 38: 5-8, 11, 14, 18, 21-2
Recommendation, 38: 7-8, 9, 21-2
Function and members, 38: 8

Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police
Mandatory supervision, position on, quoted, 32: 14; 37: 11, 20;
42:23; 45: 36-7, 50; 48: 14

Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies
Bill S-32
Evaluation, 39: 5-6, 9
Recommendations, 39: 5, 6,9, 19, 20
Role, 39:5, 7-8, 14, 17,20

Canadian Association of Marine Pilots
Canadian Merchant Service Guild, affiliation, 3: 7, 15
See also
Canadian Merchant Service Guild
Pilotage Act

Canadian Association of Masters and Chief Engineers
Canadian Merchant Service Guild, affiliation, 3: 7, 15

CIY
Voir
Conseil des Indiens du Yukon

CNA
Voir
Comité national d’action sur le statut de la femme

COPE
Voir
Comité d’etude des droits des autochtones

Caisse de depot et placement du Québec
Actif, 30: 21; 31: 10; 33: 5, 29; 34: 12, 14-5,26, 27,54, 64
Administration
Conseil d’administration, 33: 29-30; 34: 49, 53-4, 63
Employes, 34: 63
Alberta, Fond Heritage, comparaison, 28: 14; 30: 10, 41, 49, 56-7;
33: 5-6, 7, 16, 48-9; 34: 24, 54
Assemblée nationale, responsabilite, 28: 20, 21; 30: 25, 26; 31: 9, 11,
22,37;33: 54, 55, 56;34:20, 23,24, 27, 31-3, 39,40,88
Bill S-31, teneur
But, 33: 32
Competence federale, preservation, applicabilite de la reglementa-
tion, 33: 33-4
Critiques
Apercu, 33: 28, 34-5, 40-1, 42, 44
Economic, effet sur, 33: 28, 38-9, 41-2, 44 34:51
Exemptions, procedure, 33: 42-3
lnvestissements, limitation, 33: 32, 33, 34, 39-44; 34: 50, 57-9,
65
Portee, 33: 32-4
Rendement sur lnvestissements, effet sur, 30: 13; 31: 26; 33: 28,
34,39, 40-1, 42, 44; 34: 50, 58, 59, 87-8, 90-1, 93
Vote, droit de, limitation, 33: 32, 33, 34-9, 41-2, 43-4; 34: 50,
65
Definition «societe», 33: 32-4
Recommandation, 33: 28, 45
Societes visees, interpretation, 34: 9, 10, 11, 15, 17, 22, 85; 34A: 1,
2
Canadien Pacifique Limitée
Actions, pourcentage, 28: 26; 30: 11, 21, 22; 33: 7, 11, 13, 16, 20,
40, 53;34: 39,63
Conseil d’administration, demande de representation au sein,
33:7, 13-4, 19, 25; 34: 43-5, 47-8
Intentions envers, 30: 9, 22, 39, 47; 34: 43-4
Concentration des fonds sous 1’autorite d’un gestionnaire, 30: 10;
31:10-1,12, 27
Decisions d’affaires, responsabilite de la direction, 30: 26-7, 38-9
Deposants, 30: 10; 33: 29
Desmarais, M. Paul, rapport avec, citation, 28: 17-8, 39-40; 30: 11,
23,27, 39;34:49-50
Fonds de pension du Canada, comparaison, 30: 7-8, 10, 18, 19, 20,
21, 28;31:10, 12, 13, 27; 33: 49
Francophones, presence dans des grandes entreprises, 34: 8, 15-7,
25, 30, 34-5
Historique, 30: 7-8, 15, 19, 25-6; 31: 9, 12, 13; 33: 5-6, 11, 28-9, 54;
34:8, 12, 15-6, 54
lnvestissements
Actions, limite de propriete, pourcentage, 30: 8, 15, 16, 17, 25, 26,
47; 31: 13, 28, 29; 33: 8, 30, 37, 51; 34: 12-3, 51-2, 55
Banques, 34: 54-6
Bassin d’investissements, 34: 56-7, 58
Comparaison avec d’autres fonds de pension, 33: 8, 31-2, 50, 53;
34: 19,20,26-7, 51, 54,60, 61-2, 64

,

INDEX 3]

Canadian Association of Masters and Chief Engineers——Cont’a’
See also
Canadian Merchant Service Guild

Canadian Bankers’ Association

Bill S-33
Amendments proposed, 55: 22, 25, 26
Brief, 55A: 1-17
Evaluation, 55:6, 11, 12; 55A: 2, 7,8, 10, 16-7
Justice Department officials, meeting with, 55: 25, 26
Recommendations, 55: 12, 15, 16, 19, 20, 23; 55A: 12-3, 16, 17;

64: 17-8; 65A: 80
Function, 55: 5

Canadian Bar Association
Bill S-33
Briefs
March 1983, 49: 5-19; 66: 5-6; 68A: 2
June 1983, 66: 6-7; 68A: I-198
British Columbia criminal bar, position, 49: 7, 8,22, 23,25
Clauses, comments, 68A: 6-198
Computer-produced information, 49: 6, 23, 27, 31; 66: 7, 41-4, 50
Definition, legislative statement or code, implications, 49: 8, 14,
15-6, 20-1, 25-7, 28; 66: 45, 46
Drafting, criticisms
Application in Quebec, effect, 49: 16, 17-8, 30-1, 32
Civil law and criminal law together, 49: 16-7, 30-1
Consultation process, 49: 6, 7,22, 23-4, 25, 27, 30, 31-2, 33;
66: 46
Translation, 49: 15-6, 18-9, 32
Evaluation by members of Special Committee on S-33
Civil bar, 49: 12-4; 66: 8-13
Criminal bar, 49: 7-12; 66: 13-20
Quebec lawyers, 49: 14-9, 28-9, 30-2
Evidence, rules of
Provinces, adoption, 49: 17-8, 22, 25, 29, 32; 66: 18
Reform, 49: 19, 21, 24-5, 27, 31; 66: 46
Uniformity, 49:21, 22, 25, 28-9
Foreign jurisdictions, comparison, 49: 24; 68A: 99-100
Historical background, 49: 20, 22, 23, 28-9, 30, 31
Justice Department, meeting with, 52: 12, 23; 54: 14, 16; 66: 33
Recommendation, 49: 6, 7; 66: 8
Resolution, 49: 6, 30; 66: 5; 68A: 2
Rights of accused, 49: 6, 9,12, 19, 26, 27, 28; 66: 14, 20, 37;
68A: 30, 38,60
Scope, 49: 8-14, 20-1, 23, 25, 26, 27, 32-3; 66: 7, 12, 13,47
Study, 49: 6, 8,23, 25, 26, 27, 32, 33; 54: 13, 14
Uniform Law Conference, annual reports, 49: 34
See also
Joint Committee of the Canadian Bar Association and the Bar of
Quebec

Canadian Bill of Rights, 17: 27; 51: 9, 22

Canadian Business Equipment Manufacturers Association

Background information, 64A: 2

Bill S-33
Brief, 64A: 1-13
Recommendations, 64: 5, 10, 11-2, 15, 16-7, 19-20; 64A: 6,

9,10-l;65: 17

Computer technology
Description, 64: 5-7; 64A: 3-4
Significance, 64: 5-6, 11-2; 64A: 10-]

36785-2

Caisse de depot et placement du Québec—Suite
Investissements—Suite
Critique, interpretation, 30: 10-1, 14, 22-3, 25-6, 34-6, 37, 41, 50,
53-4; 33: 33, 35,37
Divulgation, 28: 38; 31: 16, 25, 26; 33: 44, 48, 49; 34: 14, 20-1,24,
26-8, 33-4, 39-43, 81, 93
Etats-Unis, possibilite, 30: 13, 15,37, 53;34:65-6
Exemples
Alcan Aluminium Limitée, 30: 11-2, 19, 29, 49, 59; 31: 19;
31A: 8;33: 12, 17, 58:34: 18, 22, 23,41, 57
Apercu, 30: 12-3, 16, 17-8, 20-1, 30-3; 31: 30- 1, 34, 36
Domtarlnc.,30:10, 12, l6,27;3l:28;33:49,5l;34:8, 15,20,
25, 41-3, 53, 63
Gaz Metropolitain Inc., 31: 28, 30; 34: 51-2
Noranda Mines Limited, 30:10, 16; 31: 11; 34: 11, 15,53
Provigo Inc., 28: 15; 30: 12, 50-1; 31: 28; 33: 34, 58; 34: 11,15,
23
SONAMAR, Societe de navigation maritime, 30: 30-1, 33
Trust Royal, 34: 30, 31, 32, 45-7, 62
Gestion, politique, evaluation, 28: 15, 20, 21, 26-7, 28, 38; 30: 15,
34; 31: 16-7, 18-9, 21, 25, 26-7; 33: 6, 20, 48, 49-50, 54,55;
34: 16, 32,90, 91
Liste, disponibilite aux deposants, 34: 63-4

Objectifs
Apercu, 33: 31-2, 36-40; 34: 8, 13, 15-6, 17, 19-23, 25, 30-2,
34-5, 50, 65
Interpretation, 28: 15-6, 27-8; 30: 16-7’. 33: 6, 8,20, 49-50, 51,
52-3

Pouvoirs, 33: 30-1, 37
Rendement, evaluation, 31: 10, 13, 16-7, 18-9, 36-7; 34: 13, 90
Representation au sein des conseils d’administration, 30: 59; 33: 7,
13-4, 19, 25, 50-1, 62; 33A: 1;34:47,48-9, 52-3, 55,63
Statistiques, 30: 20-1; 31: 27-8; 34: 59-61
Transports, secteur, importance, 33: 40-1; 34: 57-9
Mandat, 30: 8, 15, 25, 37, 53; 31: 12-3, 16, 37; 33: 28-9, 30, 37;
34: 12-3
Ontario, operations, 31: 26; 34: 20, 24, 40, 41-3, 49-50, 66
Portefeuille, 30: 9-10, 20-1, 36, 37-8, 46-7, 52-3, 57; 31: 10, 27-8,
36; 33: 57; 34: 58, 59-61, 63, 64
Saskatchewan, Fond Heritage, comparaison, 33: 5-6, 48, 49
Unite canadienne, role dans, 34: 16, 24-5
Voir aussi
Quebec, gouvernement

Calder, Chef Frank, directeur des recherches, Conseil de Tribu de
Nishga (New Aiyansh, Colombie-Britannique)
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur
Discussion, 73: 7, 8,17, 18
Expose, 73: 8-15

Campbell, Mme Faye E., conseiller juridique, Section de l’élaboration
de la politique et des modifications au droit pénal, ministére de la

Justice
Bill C-127, teneur, 27: 38-9, 40, 41, 46-7

Campeau, M. Jean, président, Caisse de dépot et placement du Qué-
bec
Bill S-31, teneur
Discussion, 33: 46; 34: 39-41, 44-66
Expose, 33: 27-45
Politique, declarations, citations, 33: 20, 50, 51

Canada, Fete
Voir
Fete du Canada, titre propose pour le ler juillet

32 INDEX

Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics (Statistics Canada)
Court statistics, 42A: 5
Function, 22: 20-1 l 27: 44
Homicide statistics, 42A: 12
Juristat, 22: 21

Canadian Chamber of Commerce
Bill S-31, subject-matter
Amendments proposed, 33: 53, 55, 56, 59-60; 33A: 2
Brief, 33: 47, 60-]
Economy, effect on, 33: 48, 49
Federal government, exemption, position on, 33: 53, 55, 56, 57;
33A: 2
Federal-provincial consultations, 33: 61, 62
Letter to the Honourable Andre Ouellet, 29: 6, 7; 33: 53, 60;
33A: 2
Purpose, 33: 47-8, 53
Reaction, reported, 29: 6, 7,10
Caisse de depot et placement du Québec
Comparison with other pension funds, 33: 50, 53
Heritage Funds and Canada Pension Plan, comparison, 33: 48-9
Investments, objectives, interpretation, 33:48, 49-50, 51, 52-3, 55
Chamber of Commerce of the District of Montreal, differences,

34: 23, 28

Corporations, managerial decisions, federal regulations, applicabil-
ity, 33: 53

Government encroachment in the private sector, policy on, 33: 47,
57, 62

Levesque, Hon. Rene, statements on economic development, quota-
tion and interpretation, 33: 51-3, 55

Provincial governments’ control or influence in private sector, risks,
33:47, 48-9, 50-1, 52-3, 54, 55, 57-8, 59-60; 33A: 2

Quebec Chamber of Commerce, policy statement, quotation,
33: 50-1, 62; 33A: 1

Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
See under Constitution Act, 1982

Canadian Committee on Corrections
Toward Unity: Criminal Justice and Corrections (Ouimet Report),
45: 9-10; 46: 6-22, 31; 47: I3, 2l; 48: ll; 57: 10

Canadian Consultative Council on Multiculturalism
Background information, function, 26: 43-4, 45, 46, 47, 49, 50
Bill C-201

Brief, 26:44, 45, 47, 48, 50
Canada Day, recommendation, 26: 44, 45, 46, 47, 50
Gallup polls, 26:48, 49, 50

Canadian Forces Superannuation Act
Amendment proposed; carried, 7: 21 -3

Canadian Human Rights Act
The numbers between square brackets refer to the clauses of Bill C-
14/
Amendments

Paragraph 2 (a) [I], 51:21

Section 13 [7] —— Hate messages, 51: 8

Section l4 [7] —— Exceptions, 51: 10-1, 13, 18-20,21-2, 23
Section 15 (1) [9] —— Special programs, 51: 25-6

Section l9 [1 l] —— Regulations, 51: 25, 26

Section 41.4 [20] —— Order where discrimination based on physi-

cal handicap, 51: 13-6
Section 48 [23] —- Application, 51: 11
Section 63 [24] —— Binding on Crown, 51: ll

Canada, Loi

Voir
Loi constitutionnelle de 1982

Canada and the Constitution, I979-82, Edward McWhinney, 26: 23

Canada is not a Plantation, Emile Vaillancourt, 26: 19, 20, 21

Canadian Association of Marine Pilots
Guilde de la marine marchande du Canada, affiliation, 3: 7, 15
Voir aussi
Guilde de la marine marchande du Canada
Pilotage, Loi

Canadian Association of Masters and Chief Engineers
Guilde de la marine marchande du Canada, affiliation, 3: 7, l5
Voir aussi
Guilde de la marine marchande du Canada

Canadian Journal of Criminology, 37: 6

Canadien Pacifique Limitée
Administration
Conseil d’administration, 33: l3, 14, 18-20, 2]
Decisions de gestion, reglementation federale, applicabilite, 33: 7,
23
Bill S-3], teneur
Banques, Loi, comparaison, 33: 25
Competence federale, preservation, 33: 5, 6-9, l2-3, l7-8, 21-3
Donnees économiques, 33: 5-6, 1 1-2
Evaluation, 33: 7, 8,15
Historique, consultations
Cabinet federal, 33: 10-1, 15, 20, 21, 24-5, 26; 34: 86-7, 89
Secteur prive, 33: 7, 9-10, 24-5; 34: 89
Quebec, réaction du gouvernement, interpretation, 33: 7-8
Vote, droit de, limitation, 33: 7-8, ll, 16-7, 25
Bourse de Toronto, performance, 33: 40
Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec
Actions, pourcentage, 28: 26; 30: ll, 21, 22; 33: 7, ll, 13, 16, 20,
40, 53; 34:39, 63
Alberta, Fond Heritage, comparaison, 33: 5-6, 7, 16
Historique, 33: 5-6, I l
lnvestissements, objectifs, interpretation, 33: 6, 8,20
Representation au sein du conseil d’administration, demande,
33:7, I3-4, l9, 25; 34: 43-5, 47-8
Societes du secteur public du gouvernement federal, comparaison,
33: 10, 22
Definition comme societe de transport, debat, 28: 35; 30: 38, 48;
3l:34;33: 17, 21, 33,40, 54:34: 11, 59
Desmarais, M. Paul, Power Corporation du Canada
Accord avec, 28: 40; 30: ll, 22, 27, 39; 31: 20-1, 24; 33: 14-5, 20,
59; 34: 8
lnvestissements dans, 33: I0, 21, 59-60; 34: 18
Fond de pension, 31A: 6; 33: 8, 53; 34: 64
Gouvernements provinciaux, contréle ou influence dans le secteur
prive, risques, 33: 5-14, 16-7, 18, 21, 23-4, 25-7
Propriete, structure, 31: 11, 24; 31A: 8; 34: 9; 34A: 1, 2
Transport, activites, 34: 9, ll, 22; 34A: 1, 2

Capitaines et chef mécaniciens
Voir
Canadian Association of Masters and Chief Engineers

INDEX 33

Canadian Human Rights Act—Cont‘d Carroll, R. e. (le 4 févriefi 1933); 52! 13; 53A: 234-5
The numbers between square brackets refer to the clauses of Bill C-
l4l— ‘ , _
purpos: (6117 CasIt_§l, »M. Jean Gabriel, c.r., professeur, faculte de droit, Osgoode
. . . . _ a
: 23 Uigidalzztions Charter of Human Rights, comparison, 51. 20-1 Bi“ S49
Bi” 0141 giscussiciri, 11 1, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17-8, 20
xpose, : –
Cagadian Human Rights Act «  » Act to amend Caughnawaga, Reserve (Québec), Coalition des premieres nations
gleam C441 Autonomic politique, definition, interpretation, 71: 18-9
Cautionnement, Loi sur la réforme, 17: 6
Canadian Human Rights Commission
C d’ ‘ : – . . . .
C:?:pI:1i:tIS{file:]:iI‘:eI§lg]1]9[8SlA§ti_a;nendmemS proposed’ 51 7 8’ 9 Central Bank of Nigeria, Trendtex T radtng Corporation Ltd. c.
Discretionary powers, 51: 1840 $[11%76] 3 All ER. 437, [1977] 1 All E.R. 881), 10: 18, 20; 11: 6,
Mandate, 51: 7 ‘
See also
Canadian Human Rights Act Centre canadien de la statistique juridique (Statistique Canada)
Fonction, 22: 20-1; 27: 44
Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants “I,:(:ri1S1,:ltd:S2’.S§]tlSt1queS’ 42A: 47
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation Act, appointment of – -’ ‘- – – – .
auditoné: 2&7: 17, 19 Statistiques ]Ud1Cla1l’6S, 42A. 38
_ Cession du droit au remboursement en matiére d’imp6t, Loi
C‘”“’d“ »1 J0′ » »“110fC »i »1i »010S’ya 37: 6 Amendements proposes; adoptes, 6: 10-1; 7: 54-5
3: 7,

Canadian Merchant Service Guild
Administrative structure, 3: 8, 13-4, 15
Amendment to Bill S-12 proposed, 3: 7-8, 15-6
Bargaining certificates

Members, 3: 6-7, 9, 10, 11-2
Non-members, 3: 10, 11-2
By-laws, 3: 7-8, 9, 12-4, 15-6
Constitution, 3: 12-3
Contracts and agreements, 3: 6-7, 9-10, 11-2, 13-4
Convention, 3: 7, 14, 15-6
Function
Labour union, 3: 6-7, 9, 10, 11-2, 13-4
Professional organization, 3: 6

3, Historical background, 3: 6-9

Legislation (Bill S-12), reasons for
Convention as directing body, 3: 7, 14, 15-6
Legality of existence, 3: 6, 7,8-9
Retroactivity, 3: 6-7, 9-10

, Letter to the Honourable Senator Macdonald from Mr. Langlois re

Bill S-12, 3: 10-5

Maritimes, involvement in, 3: 15

Membership
Associations affiliated, 3: 7
Branches, 3: 7, 13-4, 15
Categories, 3: 7, 11-2
Expulsion of member, 3: 14
Insurance policies, 3: 8
Statistics, 3: 7, 10, 15
See also

Bill S-12

Canadian Association of Marine Pilots

Canadian Association of Masters and Chief Engineers

Merchants Service

Canadian Merchant Service Guild, Act respecting
See
Bill S-12

Chambre de commerce de la province de Québec
Bill S-31, position envers, citation, 34: 29
Chambre de commerce du district de Montreal, differences, 34: 28-9
lnvestissements des sociétés de la Couronne dans l’entreprise privee,
declarations, citations, 33: 50-1, 62; 33A: 1; 34: 28

Chambre de commerce de Winnipeg
Bill C-201, telegramme concernant, 26: 101-2

Chambre de commerce du Canada
Bill S-31, teneur

Amendements proposes, 33: 53, 55, 56, 59-60; 33A: 2

But, 33: 47-8, 53

Consultations federales-provinciales, 33: 61, 62

Economic, effet sur, 33: 48, 49

Gouvernement federal, exemption, position envers, 33: 53, 55, 56,

57; 33A: 2

Lettre a l’honorable Andre Ouellet, 29: 6, 7; 33: 53, 60; 33A: 2
Memoire, 33: 47, 60-1

Reaction, citation, 29: 6, 7,10

Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec
Comparaison avec d’autres fonds de pension, 33: 50, 53
Fonds Heritage et le Fonds de pension du Canada, comparaison,

33: 48-9
lnvestissements, objectifs, interpretation, 33: 48, 49-50, 51, 52-3,
55
Chambre de commerce du district de Montreal, differences, 34: 23,
28

Chambre de commerce du Quebec, declaration de principe, citation,
33: 50-1, 62; 33A: 1

Gouvernement, intervention dans le secteur prive, politique, 33: 47,
57,62

Gouvernements provinciaux, contréle ou influence dans le secteur
prive, risques, 33: 47, 48-9, 50-1, 52-3, 54, 55, 57-8, 59-60;
33A: 2

Levesque, honorable Rene, declarations concernant developpement
economique, citation et interpretation, 33: 51-3, 55

34 INDEX

Canadian National Institute for the Blind
Copyright Act, talking books, 7: 12, 13

Canadian Pacific Limited

Administration
Board of directors, 33: 13, 14, 18-20, 21
Management decisions, federal regulations, applicability, 33: 7,

23

Bill S-31, subject-matter
Bank Act, comparison, 33: 25
Economic background, 33: 5-6, 1 1-2
Evaluation, 33: 7, 8,15
Federaljurisdiction, preservation, 33: 5, 6-9, 12-3, 17-8, 21-3
Historical background, consultations

Federal Cabinet, 33: 10-1, 15,20, 21, 24-5, 26; 34: 86-7, 89
Private sector, 33: 7, 9-10, 24-5; 34: 89

Quebec government, reaction, interpretation, 33: 7-8
Voting rights, limitation, 33: 7-8, 11, 16-7, 25

Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec
Alberta Heritage Fund, comparison, 33: 5-6, 7, 16
Federal public sector companies, comparison, 33: 10, 22
Historical background, 33: 5-6, 1 1
investments, objectives, interpretation, 33: 6, 8,20
Representation on board of directors, request, 33: 7, 13-4, 19, 25;

34: 43-5, 47-8
Shares, percentage, 28: 26; 30: 11, 21, 22; 33: 7, 11, 13, 16, 20,
40, 53; 34: 39, 63
Definition as transportation company, debate, 28: 35; 30: 38, 48;
31: 34; 33: 17, 21, 33, 40, 54; 34: ll, 59

Desmarais, Paul, Power Corporation of Canada

Agreement with, 28: 40; 30: ll, 22, 27, 39; 31: 20-1, 24; 33: 14-5,
20, 59; 34: 8

Investments in, 33: 10, 21, 59-60; 34: 18

Ownership structure, 31: 11, 24; 31A: 4; 34: 9; 34A: 1,2

Pension fund, 31A: 2; 33: 8, 53; 34: 64

Provincial governments’ control or influence in private sector, risks,
33: 5-14, 16-7, 18, 21, 23-4, 25-7

Toronto Stock Exchange, performance, 33: 40

Transportation activities, 34: 9, 11, 22; 34A: 1, 2

Canadian Payments Association

Background information, 65: 6; 65A: 3

Bill S-33
Brief, 65A: 1-14
Evaluation, 65: 9-10; 65A: 10
Recommendations, 65: 6, 9,10-2, 13, 14, 17, 18, 24, 28; 65A: 12-4,

80 .

Computer technology
Description, 65A: 4-6
Significance, 65: 15-6, 20; 65A: 4-6

Carroll, R. V. (Feb. 4, I983), 52: 13; 68A: 9-10

Castel, Jean Gabriel, Q.C., Professor, Faculty of Law, Osgoode Hall
Bill S-19
Discussion, 11: ll, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17-8, 20
Statement, 11: 5-1 1

Caughnawaga Reserve (Quebec), Coalition of First Nations
Self-government, definition, interpretation, 71: 18-9

Chambre de commerce du Canada—Suite
Societes, decisions de gestion, reglementation federale, applicabilite,
33: 53

Chambre de commerce du district de Montreal
Bill S-31, teneur
Competence federale, preservation, interpretation, 34: 9, 10, 14,
17, 22-3
Critiques
lnvestissements, limitation, 34: 11, 19
Portee, 34: 11, 15,34
Vote, droit de, limitation, 34: 7, 11, 19, 20
Donnees économiques, 34: 15; 34A: 2
Evaluation, 34: 10-1, 14, 15
Historique, 34: 8, 13-4
Ouellet, honorable Andre, reunion avec, 34: 37
Position envers, citation, 28: 37-8, 39; 29: 6, 7,8; 30: 13-4; 33: 56
Quebec, reaction, 34: 8, 24, 29
Recommandation, 34: 16-7, 24, 26,37
Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec
Actif, 34: 12, 14-5
Alberta, Fond Heritage, comparaison, 34: 24
Comparaison avec d’autres fonds de pension, 34: 20, 26, 27
Divulgation, 34: 14, 20-1, 24, 25, 26-7, 34, 93
Francophones, presence dans de grandes entreprises, 34: 8, 15-7,
25, 34-5
Historique, 34: 8, 12, 15-6
Objectifs, 34:8, 12-3, 15-6, 17, 19-23, 25, 31-2, 34-5
Politique d’investissement, evaluation, 34: 13, 16, 32
Societes visees, interpretation, 34: 9, 10, 1 1, 15, 22, 85; 34A: 1, 2
Unite canadienne, role dans, 34: 16, 25
Chambre de commerce de la province de Québec, differences, eva-
luation, 34: 28-9
Chambre de commerce du Canada, differences, evaluation, 34: 23
Entreprises, reglementation fedérale, applicabilite, 34: 9-10, 17-8,
22-3, 25-6
Memoire, 1981, C/zoisir une nouvelle direction, 34: 29, 35, 36, 37
Role, 34: 30-1, 32
Tableaux
Entreprises non conlrolées par un actionnaire dominant et relati-
vement actives au Québec (Tableau 3), 34: 15; 34A: 2
Importance relative des activités de transport de C.P. Limitée et
Alcan (Tableau 2), 34: 1 1; 34A: 2
Principales entreprises de transport au Canada (Tableau 1),
34: 9, 85; 34A: 1

Chambre des communes

Bills de subsides, procedure, 24: 14, 15

Champagne, Mme Francine, avocat du requérant, M. Jean-Paul

Robert
Bill S-26, 16: 12, 13, 15, 16

Charbonneau, honorable Guy, senateur (Kennebec)

Bill C-26, 2: 7
Bill S—3l, teneur, 31: 29

Charte canadienne des droits et libertés

Voir sous Loi constitutionnelle de 1982

Chartier, M. Clem, représentant national du Conseil national des

Metis
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur, 70: 68-73,
75-8, 80-6

Cl

INDEX 35

Central Bank of Nigeria, T rendtex Trading Corporation Ltd. v.
([1976] 3 ALL E.R. 437, [1977] 1 ALL E.R. 881), 10: 18, 20; 11:6,
7,10

Chamber of Commerce, Winnipeg
Bill C-201, telegram concerning, 26: 101-2

Chamber of Commerce of the District of Montreal
Bill S-31, subject-matter
Criticisms
Investments, limitation, 34: 11, 19
Scope, 34: 11, 15,34
Voting rights, limitation, 34: 7, ll, 19, 20
Economic background, 34: 15; 34A: 2
Evaluation, 34: 10-1, 14, 15
Federal jurisdiction, preservation, interpretation, 34: 9, 10, 14, 17,
22-3
Historical background, 34: 8, 13-4
Ouellet, Honourable Andre, meeting with, 34: 37
Position on, reported, 28: 37-8, 39; 29: 6, 7,8; 30: 13-4; 33: 56
Quebec reaction, 34: 8, 24, 29
Recommendation, 34: 16-7, 24, 26, 37
Brief, 1981, SettingA New Course, 34: 29, 35, 36, 37
Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec
Alberta Heritage Fund, comparison, 34: 24
Assets, 34: 12, 14-5
Canadian unity, role in, 34: 16,25
Comparison with other pension funds, 34: 20, 26, 27
Corporations affected, interpretation, 34: 9, 10, ll, 15, 22, 85;
34A: 1,2
Disclosure, 34: 14, 20-1, 24, 25, 26-7, 34, 93
Francophone presence in large corporations, 34: 8, 15-7, 25, 34-5
Historical background, 34: 8, 12, 15-6
Investment policy, evaluation, 34: 13, 16, 32
Objectives, 34: 8, 12-3, 15-6, 17, 19-23, 25, 31-2, 34-5
Canadian Chamber of Commerce, differences, evaluation, 34: 23
Corporations, federal regulations, applicability, 34: 9-10, 17-8, 22-3,
25-6
Quebec Chamber of Commerce, differences, evaluation, 34: 28-9
Role, 34: 30-1, 32
Tables
Enterprises Not Controlled by a Principal Shareholder and Being
Relatively Active in Quebec (Table 3), 34: 15; 34A: 2
Major (The) Transportation Corporations in Canada (Table 1),
34: 9, 85; 34A: 1
Relative Importance of Transportation Activities (of) CP and
Alcan (Table 2), 34: l 1; 34A: 2

Champagne, Francine, Solicitor for the Petitioner, Mr. J. Paul Robert
Bill S-26, 16: 12, 13, 15, 16

Charbonneau, Hon. Guy, Senator (Kennebec)
Bill C-26, 2: 7
Bill S-31, subject-matter, 31:29

Chartier, Clem, National Representative of the Metis National Coun-
cil
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter,
70:68-73, 75-8, 80-6

Child abduction
Criminal Code, amendments, 25: 20-1, 25-6; 27: 44-5
See also
Bill C-127

Chrétien, honorable Jean, ancien ministre de la Justice
Bill C-127, declarations, citations, 27: 8, 17

Choquette, honorable Lionel, senateur (Ottawa-Est)
Bill S-8, 1:6, 7,8

Citizens United for Safety and Justice
Bill S-32
Evaluation, 45: 33, 34
Recommandations, 45: 35-9, 43, 44-5
But, fonction, membres, 45: 33, 39-40, 44

Clark, L. et D. Lewis, Rape: The Price of Coercive Sexuality, 25: 15-6;
27: 20

Clausen, Mme Inge, vice-présidente, Citizens United for Safety and
Justice
Bill S-32
Discussion, 45: 39,41
Expose, 45: 33-9

Coalition des premieres nations

Accord constitutionnel de 1983, commentaires, 71: 9-10, 13-4, 15-7,
24-5, 38-9; 76A: 10-1

Assemblée des premieres nations, rapport avec, 71: 23, 24, 26, 38-9

Autonomic politique, definition, interpretation, 71: 9-14, 15-6, 18-9,
26

Financement, 71: 26-7

Information de base, 69: 18-9, 28; 71: 22-3, 25-6, 30

Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, position envers,
71: 13, 17, 25, 30, 35-8; 73: 17, 18

Voir aussi

Brotherhood of Indian Nations (Manitoba)

Caughnawaga, Reserve

Treaty 6 Chief’s Alliance (Alberta)

Union des Indiens du Nouveau-Brunswick

Code canadien du travail
Amendements proposes; adoptes, 7: 42-3

Code civil du Québec
Amplification des jugements, 11: 16
Art. 1053, 12: 18

Code civil du Québec, projet
Livre neuvieme, Chapitre VI, Articles 86 et 88, ll: 7

Code criminel
Les numéros entre parentheses carrées indiquent les articles du
Bill C-I27
Amendement propose, 7: 59
Amendements
Art. 2[1] — Definitions, 25: 34-5 ‘
Art. 142[6] — Indications au jury, 25: 18, 34; 27: 8, 11, 12, 47,
49, 50
Art. 143[6] — Viol, 25: 35
Art. 195 (1)[l3] – Proxenetisme, 25: 33
Art. 214 (5) (124 a la page 51 du fascicule #27) [16] —— Detour-
nement, enlevement ou infraction sexuelle, 27: 39-40, 51, 52
Art. 244[19] —— Voies de fait ou attaque,, 25: 22, 23, 26, 35-6,
41-2; 27: 8-10, 12-6, 18-24, 26-8, 32-3, 37-8, 40-2, 46-7
Art. 245[19] — Voies de fait simples, 25: 17, 29-30, 35, 37, 40-1;
27:8, 14-5, 16-7, 41

36 INDEX

Child pornography and sexual exploitation of children, 25: 21, 26-7,
3 , 3
V See also
Bill C-53

Choquette, Hon. Lionel, Senator (Ottawa East)
Bil1S-8, 1:6, 7,8

Chrétien, Hon. Jean, former Minister of Justice
Bill C-127, statements, quotations, 27: 8, 17

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, real estate
See
Bill S-16
President of the Lethbridge Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter-day Saints

Citizens United for Safety and Justice
Bill S-32
Evaluation, 45: 33, 34
Recommendations, 45: 35-9, 43, 44-5
Purpose, function, members, 45: 33, 39-40, 44

Civil Code of Quebec
Extension ofjudgements, 11: 16
Section 1053, 12: 18

Civil Code of Quebec, Draft
Book Ninth, Chapter VI, Articles 86 and 88, 11:7

Clark, L. and D. Lewis, Rape: The Price of Coercive Sexuality,
25: 15-6; 27: 20

Clausen, Inge, Vice-Chairman, Citizens United for Safety and Justice
Bill S-32
Discussion, 45: 39, 41
Statement, 45: 33-9

Coalition of First Nations
Assembly of First Nations, relationship with, 71: 23, 24, 26, 38-9
Background information, 69: 18-9, 28; 71: 22-3, 25-6, 30
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, I983, position on, 71: 13,
17, 25, 30, 35-8; 73: 17, 18
Constitutional Accord, 1983, comments, 71: 9-10, 13-4, 15-7, 24-5,
38-9; 76A: 10-l
Funding, 71: 26-7
Self-government, definition, interpretation, 71: 9-14, 15-6, 18-9, 26
See also

Brotherhood of Indian Nations (Manitoba)

Caughnawaga Reserve

Treaty 6 Chiefs’ Alliance (Alberta)

Union of New Brunswick Indians

Cohen, Maxwell, former Professor of International Law, McGill Uni-
versity
Bill S-19
Committee proposal to invite as witness at later date, 10: 23, 24
Unavailability as witness, March 19, 1981, 10:5

Cole, David, Barrister; Criminal Lawyers’ Association
Bill S-32
Discussion, 46: 13-20, 22-8, 31-5
Statement, 46: 5-9

Code criminel-Suite
Amendements—Suite

Art. 246[19] —— Voies de fait contre un agent de la paix, 25: 21-2,
27-8, 29-30, 39, 40, 43-4; 27: 8, ll, 12, 14-20, 24-6, 39-41,
47-51

Art. 249[20] — Enlévement d’une personne dc moins de seize
ans, 25: 25

Art. 250[20] ~ Enlevement d’une personne de moins de quatorze
ans, 25: 25; 27: 44-5

Art. 442[25] —~ Procés a huis clos dans certains cas, 25: 34

Discussion

Art. 7 — Application aux territoires, 66: 27-8

Art. 8 — Les infractions criminelles doivent tomber sous le coup
de la loi canadienne, 66: 27-8

Art. 17 — Contrainte par menaces, 68A: 242

Art. 146 —— Rapports sexuels avec une personne du sexe féminin
agée dc moins de 14 ans, 27: 18-9, 40

Art. 246.6 — Pas de preuve sur le comportement sexuel du plai-
gnant, 36: 28; 59A: 4, 7

Art. 317 — Preuve, 65A: 62

Art. 318 — Preuve d’une condamnation anterieure, 65A: 62

Art. 643 (1) —— Dans certains cas, la preuve recueillie a l’enquéte
préliminaire peut étre lue au proces, 59A: 13-5, 29

Art. 662.1 —— Liberation conditionnelle et sans condition, 66: 19

Art. 730 (2) — La preuve de 1’exception, etc., incombe au defen-
dant, 66: 15-6, 30; 66A: 44-6; 68A: 240-2

Voir ausi

Bill C-127

Code criminel, Loi modifiant, en matiére d’infractions sexuelles et
d’autres infractions contre la personne
Voir
Bill C-127

Code criminel, Loi modifiant, en matiére d’infractions sexuelles et de
protection des jeunes
Voir
Bill C-53

Cohen, M. Maxwell, ancien professeur de droit international, McGill
University
Bill S-19
Indisponibilité comme temoin, le 19 mars, 1981, 10: 5
Proposition du Comité de l’inviter comme témoin a une séance
ultérieure, IO: 23, 24

Cole, M. David, avocat; Criminal Lawyers’ Association
Bill S-32
Discussion, 46: 13-20, 22-8, 31-5
Exposé, 46: 5-9

Colombie-Britannique, gouvernement
Bill C-26, loi équivalente, 2: 8
Bill C-61
Apercu, philosophic, 21: 5, 6,7, 9,10, 13, 19,21
Frais impliqués
Age, division en groupes
12-16 ans, 21: 12-3, 14,15, 19, 20, 23-4
17 ans, 21:8, I2-3, 14,15, 16, 19, 20, 23-4; 22: 9

__ INDEX 37
Combines Investigation Act Colombie-Britannique, gouvernement~—Su1’te
1_2 Amendment proposed, rejected by House of Commons Committee, Bill Cj5_1—-Sjuitff _
23 .5 .9
na yse, : , , , ,
aize _ _ _ , _ Dossiers, destruction, 21: 12, 14-5, 19, 24-5, 27
 » Committee for Original Peoples Entitlement (COPE), 69: 77. 803 Frais pour porter des accusations devant un tribunal pour ado-
) 70’ 22’ 95′ 97; 72: 213 73A‘ 2 lescents, augmentation, 21: 23; 22: 10-1
rze Gouvernement fédéral, contribution au partage des frais,
Composition (The) of Legislation: legislative forms and precedents, 21‘ 12’3» 19‘209 22‘ 14
E. A. Driedger, 26: 15; 50: 17, 18 Rapports prédécisionnels, 21: 23-4
Jeunes contrevenants
mp Consolidated-Bathurst Inc., 30: 27; 31: 11 Ag7e’1d11‘::sOr;_n9gr2o;I;es
12-I6 ans, 21: 8, 16, 17-8, 21, 22, 26-7
niii Constitution Act, 1867 17 3“Sa_2133’9_a _15’7s Zoe 21’2» 28 .
“])omiiiioii”, 26; 15, 17, 21.2, 24, 25, 33, 34, 35, 69, 71 Age maximal, critique de l’augmentation, 21: 7, 8,9, 15, 19, 20,
ai- Money bills, 24: 9, 10 21, 27-8 I . ’
Sgction 53 _ Appropriation and Tax 131115, 23; 6, 7,3; 24; 6, 12, 19 Droit aux services d’un avocat et recevabilite de la preuve, effet
Section 80 — Constitution of Legislative Assembly of Quebec, coi1_lU8Ué»21=9’10s19s23s2732256»7
74; 10 Garde, milieu ouvert ou milieu fermé, 21: 11-2, 24, 27; 22: 7, 8
ate Section 91 — Legislative Authority of Parliament of Canada, 15: 7, Infiactlofls
8-9; 69: 31, 65-7; 70: 27, 83; 71: 15; 71A: 8, 13-4, 17-8; Statlstlquflsy 211 15-3. 23. 24; 221 22
754; 9.10, 11 Stupéfiants, 21: 26 P _ ‘ _ _
:11. Section 92 —— Subjects of exclusive Provincial Legislation, 70: 28; M€SUTC5 d6 Ffichflngfiy d€JUd1C1al’1Sat1°T1» 213 9
74; 13.4 Renvoi a la juridiction normalement compétente, 21: 8-9, 21-2,
Section 95 —— Concurrent Powers of Legislation respecting Agricul- 25’7
ture, etc., 15:7 Juridiction, 21: 9, 12, 24-5; 22: 12
section 103 __ Transfer of pi-opcrty iii schediiie, 74; 10 Mémoire au Comité de la Chambre des communes, 21: 18
sectioi-i1()9_pr0p¢r1yiii Larid5,Min¢s,¢1c_,59;53;75A;9 Mesure legislative, consultation fédérale-provinciale, 21: 7, 19,
Section 146 — Power to admit Newfoundland, etc., into the Union, 0 2’/f3 1 _ 21 14
et 70; 29 ntario, gouvernement, consu tations, :
Bill S-31, réaction, 29: 5; 29A: 1-2; 33: 60; 34: 67, 69, 94; 34A: 6-7
Bill S-32
C°“sm“ti° » Act’ 1932 Criteres pour la déchéance du droit a la réduction de peine,
Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (Sections 1-34) 45: 11, 30, 31; 60; 23.4
Aboriginal rights, effect on, interpretations, 69: 46, 68-70; 70: 20; 1;;,,a1uar10n, 45; 5, 3,13, 22
71A= 12» 13-4: 74= 14, 18-20 Recommandations, 45:6, 7-8, 10-3, 28, 29,30, 32
19 Age of retirement clauses, coming into force, 51: 21, 22 13111 5.33, position citee, 49; 22, 29, 30
Bill S-33 Career Criminal Project, 45: 16, 17, 19-20, 32
Admissibility Of Widences 355 213 405 8’10s 2349 52‘ 16‘,/i Jeunes contrevenants, politique de dactyloscopie, 17:23, 24
54A: 17; 59A: 12-3; 63: 22-3; 66A: 19-20; 68A: 79, 95-6
Drafting changes caused by, 36: 11, 20-2; 40: 21; 52: 16
Interpretations in relation to, 36: 11, 22-3; 40: 8-10, 23-4;
” :§fAl3’1§3: 6’ 11; 54: 9’ 54A: 2; 59A: 4-15’ 20’ 32; 62: 301; Comité canadien de la réforme pénale et correctiounelle, Justice
: 39; 66: 14-6 18 20 36-7 46’ 66A: 8-9 12- . . . . .
’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ‘ ’ ’ penale et correction: un lien a forger (Rapport Ouimet), 45: 9-10;
68A:8-12, 18,20, 148,152-4,215-6 46_6 22 31_47_13 21_48_H_57_1O
Effect on Bill C-61, 17:7, 12, 20,25; 19:6, 9-10, 14;19A: 1-2; ‘ ’ ’ ’ ‘ ’ ’ ‘ ‘ ‘
21: 7; 22: 12, 16-7
3 Legal rights sections, 17: 27; 21: 10, 19; 22: 6-7; 32: 13; 37: 27;
41: 15-7, 33; 41A: 8; 46: 9, 13-4, 18,35
Narcotic Control Act, interpretations in relation to, 40: 13; Comité conjoint Association du Barreau canadien—Barreau du Qué-
52:13;53:11;59A:10;65A:18;66:15;68A:8-11 bec
Section 1 — Rights and freedoms in Canada, 51: 23; 59A: 15; Bill S-33
61: 18; 66: 14; 66A: 9; 73: 10; 74: 18 Définition, énoncé législatif on code, implications, 66: 25-9, 46-7;
66A: 31, 35-43

Section 2 — Fundamental freedoms, 74: 18, 20, 21

Section 5 — Annual sitting of legislative bodies, 71: 11

Section 6 — Mobility of citizens, 69: 69; 70A: 1

Section 7 — Life, liberty and security of person, 59A: 9, 14;
65A: 33; 66: 18 73: 10

Section 8 —— Search or seizure, 63: 22; 73: 10

Section 9 — Detention or imprisonment, 21: 10; 46: 13-4; 59A: 13

Section 10 — Arrest or detention, 21: 10; 59A: 13; 65A: 29-30

Section 11 ——- Proceedings in criminal and penal matters, 59A: 4,
10-2; 61: 8; 65A: 18, 33; 66: 14, 30; 66A: 8; 68A: 8-12, 18, 148,
215-6

Section 13 — Self-crimination, 36: 22; 62: 30-]; 65A: 39; 66: 11;
68A: 47, 152-4, 156, 158

Droits de l’accusé, 66: 29-32, 36, 39, 52; 66A: 31, 44-58, 71
Memoire, 66A: 21-81
Recommandations, 66: 38-40; 66A: 71
Rédaction
Application au Québec, effet, 66: 21-4, 33, 34-5, 37-9, 47;
66A: 27-30, 59-68, 73-81
Consultation, processus, 66: 33, 34, 39, 40, 46; 66A: 22-4, 27-8,
30, 71
Droit civil et droit criminel ensemble, 66: 23, 38-9; 66A: 30-1
Lacunes, 66: 27-9, 50; 66A: 34, 40-3
Traduction, 66: 35, 38, 39-40; 66A: 31-2, 68-70, 71
Information de base, 66: 7; 68A: 227

1

38 INDEX

Constitution Act, 1982-Co/it’d
Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (Sections 1-34)—Cont’a’
Section 15 —— Equality before and under law and equal protection

and benefit of law, 51: 10; 69: 23, 46, 79; 70: 9; 70A: 1, 4;
71A: 13-4; 73A: 1
Section 23 -— Language of instruction, 73: 10
Section 24 —— Enforcement of guaranteed rights and freedoms,
59: 15-6; 59A: 12-3; 63: 22; 68A: 79, 95-6
Section 28 — Rights guaranteed equally to both sexes, 69: 46;
70: 9
Section 33 — Exception where express declaration, 68A: 154
Section 34 — Citation, 69:46
Section 37 —— Constitutional conference, 69: 48-9
Section 38 —~ General procedure for amending Constitution of
Canada, 69:45; 69A: 3; 70: 19, 23, 32; 74: 11,23
Section 42 —— Amendment by general procedure, 69: 15
Section 43 —— Amendment of provisions relating to some but not all
provinces, 70: 33
Section 46 — Initiation of amendment procedures, 74: 1 1-2
Section 48 —— Advice to issue proclamation, 74: 1 1
Section 52 — Primacy of Constitution of Canada, 70: 27; 73A: 1
Section 54 —- Repeal and consequential amendments, 69: 48; 74: 10
See also
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983

Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983
Amendments
Section 25 (b), 69: 69; 71A: 11, 12
Section 35(3), 69: 49; 70: 18, 19, 22, 88-9, 98
Section 35 (4), 69: 23, 26-7, 45-6; 69A: 2-3; 70: 8-9, 12, 20, 61,
89; 70A: 4; 71A: 11, 13; 72: 12, 24; 73: 21; 73A: 1; 75A: 4-5
Section 35.1, 69: 65-6; 71A: 11
Section 37.1, 71A: 11
Constitutional conferences in the future
On-going process, 69: 15-6, 20, 51, 53, 67, 74, 80; 69A: 5;
70:9-10, 13-4, 88-9, 92, 95-6; 70A: 3; 71: 25; 71A: 14-5;
72: 12, 16-7; 73: 23; 73A: 2; 74: 10, 20, 25; 76: 8, 10
Preparations, 69: 16-8, 30-2, 35; 70:48; 73: 11, 25; 74: 24-5, 29
Discussion
Section 25 — Aboriginal rights and freedoms not affected by
Charter, 69: 30, 65, 67, 70; 71: 15, 16; 71A: 5, 13, 14;
72: 10-1; 74: 8- 9
Section 35 — Recognition of existing aboriginal and treaty rights,
69: 23, 30, 39-41, 46, 65; 69A: 1, 2-3, 4; 70: 8-1 1, 13, 17-20,
22,28, 31, 65, 88; 71: 10-1, 15, 16; 71A: 4-5, 12, 14; 72: 10-2,
14-5, 20-2, 24-5; 73: 20- 1; 73A: 2; 74: 8-9, 14-5; 75A: 3; 76: 8
Section 37 —- Constitutional conference, 69: 14-5, 23, 26, 30, 40,
81; 69A: 1, 3; 70: 17, 64-5, 88; 71: 8, I5, 38; 71A: 5, 7,14;
72:10, 15;74: 10-1
Historical background, 69: 14-6, 30; 70: 86-8; 71: 8-10, 14-5, 34;
71A: 4, 18-21; 73: 9-10
Ratification
House of Commons, 69: 32-3; 73: 19
Provinces, 69:9, 16, 33, 45, 58, 78; 70: 47-8, 50-1, 89; 73: 16, 19,
24, 25; 73A: 3; 74: 20-1; 75A: 6; 76: 7
Senate, 69: 30, 32-3, 58; 70: 49-51; 73: 9, 15-6, 19, 24; 73A: 3;
74: 23; 75: 7; 75A: 1, 12; 76: 10

Constitution Amendment Proclamation, I983, subject-matter

Report to Senate, 76: 7-12

Study, procedure, 69: 8, 9-13; 70: 37-8, 50, 62; 70A: 1-2, 4;

71A: 2-3; 73: 9-10; 75A: 1-2, 3, 11-2
See also
Aboriginal peoples

Comité consultatif sur la rémunération des juges et d’autres questions
connexes (Comité Dorfman), 9: 7, 19

Comité consultatif en matiére d’inflation et d’imposition du revenu
personnel de placements (Comité Lortie), 31: 7

Comité d’étude des droits des autochtones (CEDA/COPE), 69: 77,
80; 70: 22, 95, 97; 72: 21; 73A: 2

Comité d’étude Inuit des questions nationales (CEIQN)
Accord constitutionnel de 1983, commentaires, 70: 87-9
Information de base, 69: 18; 70: 86, 95
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution

Adoption proposée, 70: 87, 89
Evaluation, 70: 88, 95-6
Territoires du Nord-Ouest, division, repercussions, 70: 96-8

Comité Dorfman
Voir
Comité consultatif sur la remuneration des juges et d’autres ques-
tions connexes

Comité Lortie
Voir
Comité consultatif en matiere d’inflation et d’imposition du
revenu personnel de placements

Comité national d’action sur le statut de la femme (CNA)
Bill C-53, resolution concernant, 27: 9
Bill C-127
Agression sexuelle

Accusations et peines
Accusations non justifiées, position, 27: 30, 31
Agression sexuelle, 27: 8, 17, 25-6
Agression sexuelle grave, dommages psychologiques, 27: 24
Immunite du conjoint, elimination, interpretation, 27: 8, 14-6

Auto-defense, 27: 27

Distinction entre les sexes, suppression, 27: 1 1

Jeunes personnes, 27: 18-20

Pornographic, influence, 27: 9-10

Preuve ct proces
Consentement, 27: 18-20, 32, 33
Corroboration, 27: 8, 17-8
Croyance honnete quant au consentement, 27: 8-10, 12-6, 21,

22, 23-4, 27 ‘
Declaration sommaire de culpabilite ou mise en accusation,
27: 16-7, 25-6, 29-30

Defense, moyens, 27: 31, 32
Plaignant, comportement sexuel anterieur, 27: 8, ll, 12
Plainte spontanee, 27: 11, 17, 18

Statistiques, 27: 11-2, 20, 21, 23, 28, 29

Victimes, traitement par les autorités, 27: 11-2, 20, 21, 23-5,

26, 27
Violence, aspect, 27: 7-8, 12, 25-6, 32, 33
Critiques, apercus, 27: 7-9, 11,21
Femmes battues, repercussions, 27: 14-7
Politiques ct recommandations, 27: 7, 8-9, 11-2, 17-8, 21, 24-5,
29-30, 34-6

Comité national de la fete du Canada
Sondages et recommandations, 26: 83-4, 86, 90, 91, 93, 95, 96-7

Comité national mixte de l’Association canadienne des chefs de police
et de Services correctionnels fédéraux
Surveillance obligatoire, position envers, reference, 45: 37, 50

ns Constitutional Accord, 1983

Definition and content, 69: 15-6, 19-20, 29-30, 51, 74; 70: 14, 36-7,
nu 46-7, 89; 70A: 2; 71: 15, 24-5; 71A: 8-15, 22
Paragraph 3, 69: 65

Paragraph 4, 71A: 11

Paragraph 5, 71A: 11

7’ Paragraph 6,69: 21, 56; 71A: 13; 75A: 8

Consultative Committee on Inflation and the Taxation of Personal
Investment Income (Lortie Committee), 31: 7

Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada

Bill S-31, subject-matter
Amendments, 34: 90, 91, 92
Application, 28: 8, 13, 20, 23, 24-5, 31, 32; 34: 76, 77, 78-9, 84
Consultations with provincial governments, 28: 11, 29, 38;

34: 66-8, 69
Definition “corporation”, 28: 31, 32-3, 34, 35
Exemptions, 28: 12, 13-4, 26, 37; 34:77, 79
Federal government, exemption, 28: 1 1-2
Foreign investments, comparison, 28: 13
Historical background, 28: 17, 18, 20, 26; 34: 86, 87, 89
Introduction in Senate, reasons, 28: 10, 16-7, 29, 38, 39
Pacific Western Airlines and Aeronautics Act amendments, com-
parison, 28: 9, 19, 20, 29-30, 36; 29: 11; 34: 73-4, 75, 84
Purpose and reasons for, 28: 8-16, 18, 20, 26, 27, 30; 34:69, 71-2,
76-8, 80, 81-7, 89, 92,93
Quebec government reaction, interpretation, 28: 11, 14-6, 17-8,
27, 40-1; 34: 87, 91
Quebecair, exemption, 28: 17
Satellite communications, banking and broadcasting, comparison,
28:9, 25; 34: 86
Shares and investments affected, explanation, 28: 8, 12, 13, 27-8,
35-6

Violations, 28: 9

Caisse de depot et placement du Québec
Desmarais, Paul, relationship, 28: 17-8, 40
Disclosure, 34: 81, 93
Mandate, 28: 15; 30: 15
Policy, evaluation, 28: 15-6, 20, 21, 26-7, 28, 38; 30: 15, 34;

34: 90, 91

Return on investments in the future, position, 34: 87-8, 90

Corporations Branch, records of companies, 18: 8

Correspondence
Klein, E.G., Limited, 16: 6, 7,9, 13, 14-5, 16
Montilac Ltd., 4: 8, 9-10, 12
Polyventreprise Ltée, 43: 6-7, 8
Pyramid Communications Limited, 1: 6, 7-8, 11
Tremus Industries Limited, 5: 6

Desmarais, Paul, agreement with Canadian Pacific, interpretation,

28: 40
Dissolution of companies, correspondence, 1: 7, 1 1; 4: 7, 8-9; 43: 6, 8
Klein, E.G., Limited, notification of dissolution, position on, 16: 14,
15

Notification to companies of default
Administratrive workload, 1: 12; 4: 7, 9; 14: 14
Correspondence mailed

Addresses, difficulty in determining, 1: 6, 7-8, 11; 4: 7, 9; 5: 6
Company lawyers, 4: 8, 9
Directors, 1:6, 7-8, 11; 4: 8, 12; 5:6; 16: 16
Head office, 1: 11; 4: 7, 9; 5: 6; 16: 16
Official agent, 4: 7
Registered post, 4: 7-8
Evidence of receipt, 4: 6, 8
Publication in Canada Gazette, 1: 7, 8,11; 4: 7, 8,10; 14: 8, 10, 12,
14:16:10-1,12-3,14,15

INDEX 39

Commission Bird
Voir _ _
Commission royale d’enquéte sur la situation de la femme au
Canada

Commission Bryce
Voir
Commission royale d’enquete sur la concentration des entreprises

Commission canadienne des droits de la personne
Loi canadienne sur les droits de la personne, amendements proposes,
51: 7-8, 9
Mandat, 51: 7
Plaintes déposees, 1981,51: 7
Pouvoir discrétionnaire, 51: 18-20
Voir aussi
Droits de la personne, Loi canadienne

Commission de réforme du droit, Loi
Amendement propose, 7: 60-1

Commission de réforme du droit du Canada
Code sur la preuve, 36: 6, 8,14, 19; 49: 20, 31; 52: 6, 9-11; 53: 16;
61: 6-7, 9, 16; 63: 28, 32; 66: 26, 30, 39; 68A: 415
Droit penal, etudes, references, 25: 16; 27: 46, 52; 42: 28

Commission des relations du travail du Canada
Certificats de négociation, 3: 9, 1 1

Commission Lambert
Voir
Commission royale d’enquete sur la gestion financiere et l’imputa-
bilité

Commission Laurendeau-Dunton
Voir
Commission royale d’enquete sur le bilinguisme et le bicultura-
lisme

Commission McKenna-McBride
Voir
Royal Commission on Indian Affairs for the Province of British
Columbia

Commission nationale des libérations conditionnelles
Cofit annuel, evaluations budgetaires de 1982-83, 35: 11
Membres, 35: 10-1, 26-7; 45: 14, 15; 48: 15
Role, pouvoirs, 32: 6; 35: 6, 9-12, 16, 21-2, 26, 27; 37: 7, 12-3, 17,
27; 38: 5, 19; 41: 8-10, 20-1; 41A: 3, 4; 42: 22, 23; 46: 14-5, 20,
22-3, 31:47: 18-9;48: 13, 19, 24-6
Tableaux
Mise Z1 jour (jusqzfiz juin 1982) des libérations conditionnelles
totales de 1970 21 1981,46: 11
Misc [1 jour (jusqu’c‘2 juin 1982) des libérations sous surveillance
obligatoire de 1970 21 1981,46: 12
Voir aussi
Surveillance obligatoire

-u-

40 INDEX

Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada—Cont‘d
Revival of companies
Cost, 16: 16
Procedure
Business Corporations Act, 1: 7; 4: 7-8, 12, 13; 14: 15; 16: 10,
I3, 16
Corporations Act, 1: 6-7; 4: 6, 12-3; 5: 6; 14: 15; 16: 7, 9-10, 14,
16
See also

Barber, G.A., & Sons Limited

Canada Corporations Act

Eastern Diversified Company Ltd.

Klein, E.G., Limited

Montilac Ltd.

Ontario News Company, Limited

Polyventreprise Ltée

Pyramid Communications Limited

Socam Ltd.

Tremus Industries Limited

Cook, R. v. (March 16, 1983), 52: 13; 68A: 10-]

Cooper, R. v. ([1978] 1 S.C.R. 860), 54A: 2; 66: 26-7; 66A: 6

Cooperative Credit Associations Act
Amendment proposed; carried, 6: 5; 7: 23-4

Copyright Act
Amendment proposed by Minister of Consumer and Corporate
Affairs; carried, 6: 7; 7: 6-7, 11-4, 61

Corporate Shareholding Limitation Act
See
Bill S-31, subject-matter

Corporations Act
See
Canada Corporations Act

Corporations involved in interprovincial transportation
Definition, 28: 8, 20, 23-5, 30-5; 30: 47, 50; 31: 5; 33: 18, 32-4
Federal government
Consultations with provincial governments, 28: 11, 28, 29, 38;
30: 60; 33: 61, 62; 34: 66-9
Exemption, 28: 11-2; 30: 14; 31: 22; 33: 53-4, 56, 57; 33A: 2
Jurisdiction, preservation
Interpretation, 30: 18-9, 34, 60, 61; 31: 6, 34; 34: 9, 10, 14, 17,
22-3; 37A: 1-3, 5-6
Overview, 28: 8-12, 13-4, 20, 23-5, 30; 30: 23, 34, 58-9; 31: 22;
33:5, 6-9, 12-3, 17-8, 21-3, 33, 47; 34: 69, 71-2, 76-8, 81-7
Regulations, applicability, 28: 9, 18-9, 30, 36, 37; 29: 11-2;
30: 23-4, 57-9; 31: 34; 33: 7, 18, 23, 33, 53; 34: 9-10, 17-8,
22-3, 25-6, 74-5, 81-5; 37A: 1
Provincial governments’ control or influence in private sector, risks,
33: 5-14, 16-8, 21, 23-7, 47-55, 57-60; 33A: 1, 2; 34: 17, 18, 21,
22, 25
Shareholding by provincial governments and agencies, limitation
Application, 28: 8, 13, 20, 23, 24-5, 31, 32; 34: 76, 77, 78-9, 84;
37A: 5

Commission ro ale d’en uéte sur la concentration des entre rises
*1 (

(Commission Bryce), 31: 1 1

Commission royale d’enquéte sur la gestion financiére et Pimputabilité
(Commission Lambert), 31: 8-9

Commission royale d’enquéte sur in situation de la femme au Canada
(Commission Bird), 25: I6; 27: 48

Commission royale d’enquéte sur le bilinguisme et le biculturalisme
(Commission Laur ndeau-Dunton), 31: 15-6

Compagnies d’assurance canadiennes et britanniques, Loi .
Amendement proposé, version anglaise uniquement, 7: 60
Amendements proposés; adoptés, 6: 5; 7: 41 -2

Compagnies de l’Etat, Loi sur le fonctionnement
Amendement proposé; adopté, 7: 34-5

Compagnies de prét, Loi
Amendement proposé; adopté, 6: 5; 7: 43

Compagnies fiduciaires, Loi
Amendement proposé; adopté, 6: 5; 7: 56

Composition (The) of Legislation: legislative forms and precedents,
E.A. Driedger, 26: 15; 50: 17, 18

Conférence canadienne de Puniformisation du droit
Membres, 49: 11
Rapports annuels a 1’Association du Barreau Canadien, 49: 33-4;
52: 7, 20
Whitehorse, réunion de 1981, 36: 7, 13, 20, 21; 49: 11, 22; 52: 7, 20;
54: 14; 59: 21; 61: 5-6; 62: 13-5, 23
Voir aussi
Preuve, Loi uniforme

Conferences impériales, 26: 19, 31, 62, 66, 71

Conseil consultatif canadien du multiculturalisme

Bill C-20]
Fete du Canada, recommandation, 26: 44, 45, 46, 47, 50
Gallup, sondages, 26: 48, 49, 50
Mémoire, 26:44, 45, 47, 48, 50

Information de base, fonction, 26: 43-4, 45,46, 47, 49, 50

Conseil consultatif de la situation de la femme
Bill C-127, position, 27: 6

Conseil de l’Europe ,
Convention sur l’immunité des Etats, 10: 6, 18, 23; ll: 6, 16; 12: 6,
21
Voir aussi
Royaume-Uni

Conseil de tribu de Hobbema

Accord constitutionnel de 1983, recommandations, amendements,
74: 8-16, 20, 21-2

Assemblée des premieres nations, membre, 74: 16

Autonomie politique, definition, interpretation, 74: 12-3

Charte des droits et libertés, effet, interpretation, 74: 14, 18-20

Proclamation de 1983 modifiant 1a Constitution, adoption proposée,
74: 16

ises

ilité

ada

INDEX 41

Corporations involved in interprovincial transportation–Cont’d
Shareholding by provincial governments and agencies, limitation—

C0m »d
Banks, comparison, 28: 9, 25; 30: 33, 34, 35; 31: 6, 13-4, 27;
33: 25; 33A: 2; 34: 86; 37A: 2; 47: 7; 47A: 10
Constitutionality, 34: 38; 37A: 1-2, 3, 5
Criticisms
Economy, effect on, 30: 52, 53; 31: 6-7, 8, 10, 11-2, 15, 17,
19-22, 36; 33: 28, 38-9, 41-2, 44; 37A: 1, 3
Exemptions, procedure, 33: 42-3
Investments, limitation, 28: 27, 28; 30: 11-3, 14-5, 17, 29-33,
37, 41-2, 46, 48-53, 60; 33: 32, 33, 34, 39-44; 34: 11, 19,50,
57-9, 65
Scope, 28: 33-5; 30: 11-2, 24-5, 38, 41, 48, 55-6; 31: 5-6, 10,36;
33: 12, 13, 21-2, 32-4, 58, 59; 34: 11, 15, 17, 34, 75-6, 77-8,
79, 84; 37A: 3, 5
Voting rights, limitation, 30: 11-2, 30, 32-3, 44-5, 46-51;
31:56, 23, 27-9, 30-1, 34; 33: 32, 33, 34-9, 41-2, 43-4;
34:7, 11, 19, 20, 50,65, 80; 37A:6
Economic background
Businesses, capital and ownership structure, 31: 7, 8,11-2, 21,
24, 36; 31A: 3, 4; 34: 15; 34A: 2
Governments
Interventions in the economy, overview and statistics, 31: 6,
7-10, 17-8, 21, 25, 28, 32-6; 31A: 1; 33: 5-6, 11-2
Pension funds, role and statistics, 31: 10, 11-2, 13, 32; 31A: 2
Electricity, transmission, effect on, 28: 23-5; 31: 10, 35
Exemptions, 28: 12, 13-4, 25, 26, 37; 30: 59-60; 31: 6; 33: 32;
34:77, 79
Foreign investments, comparison, 28: 13; 30: 12-3, 28-9
Pacific.Western Airlines and Aeronautics Act amendments, com-
parison, 28: 9, 19-20, 29-30, 36; 29: 11-2; 30: 28-9, 30, 34,40,
57-9; 33: 25; 34: 73-5, 84
Purpose and reasons for, 28: 8-16, 18, 20, 26-7, 30; 30: 10, 11,
22-3, 44, 49, 53-4; 31: 5, 6; 33: 47-8, 53; 34: 69, 71-2, 76-8, 80,

81-7, 89, 92-3; 37A: 2, 5

Quebec reaction, 30: 42; 31: 15, 16; 33: 24, 28, 47, 54, 55, 56;

34: 8, 24, 29, 64-5, 87, 88-9, 91-2
Quebecair, exemption, 28: 17, 37; 33:26; 34: 9
Shipping, effect on, 28: 8, 13; 30: 12-3; 34: 78-9, 84; 37A: 5

Trucking, effect on, 28: 8, 13, 37; 30: 59-60; 31: 23; 34: 10, 25,

75-6, 79; 37A: 5
Violations, 28: 9
See also
Bill S-31, subject-matter
Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec

Correctional Law Project, Queen’s University

Bill S-32
Brief, 41A: 1-10
Discussion, Clause 3, 41: 31, 32
Evaluation, 41: 5-6, 18, 21, 25, 28, 29; 41A: 3-10
Recommendations, 41: 18, 19, 22; 41A: 2
Role and function, 41: 5; 41A: 2

Correctional Service Canada

Penitentiaries
Inmates, offences and punishments, regulations, 44: 9-11, 15, 26
Staff, 44: 24, 25, 26-32
Reorganization, 35: 26; 44: 18, 20
Role, 32:6; 35: 26; 37: 27; 42: 26
See also
Mandatory supervision
Penitentiaries

Conseil de tribu de Nishga (New Aiyansh, Colombie-Britannique)

Accord constitutionnel de 1983, commentaires, 73: 9-1 1, 16, 19
Assemblée des premieres nations, membre, 73: 9, 17-8
Information de base, 73: 8-9, 10
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution
Adoption proposée, 73: 9, 15, 16
Etude par le Comité, procedure, 73: 9-10

Conseil des autochtones du Canada (CAC)
Accord constitutionnel de 1983, commentaires, 70: 36-7, 45, 46, 48,
61; 76A: 11
Autonomie politique, definition, interpretation, 70: 41, 54-5, 56.
57-8, 59-60
Information de base, 69: 18; 70: 42, 46, 64, 74, 81-2; 76A: 8-9
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution
Adoption proposée, 70: 36-7, 46-7, 61
Etude par le Comité, procedure, 70: 37-8, 50

Conseil des Indiens du Yukon (CIY)

Accord constitutionnel de 1983, commentaires, 70: 19; 70A: 2, 4

Information de base, 70: 17; 70A: 2, 3-4

Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution
Adoption proposee, 70: 19; 70A: 2, 4-5
Etude par le Comité, procédure, 70A: 1-2, 4
Memoire, 70A: 1-5

Conseil des organismes nationaux ethnoculturels du Canada
Bill C-201
Fete du Canada, recommandation, 26: 61-3, 64, 65-6, 67
Memoire, 26:61, 63, 64
Information de base, 26: 61, 63, 64

Conseil national des Metis

Autonomie politique, definition, interpretation, 70: 69-70, 73-6,
77-8, 80

Gouvernement federal, rapport avec, 70: 62-3, 76-7, 78-81, 82-4

Information de base, 69: 17-8; 70: 41-2, 46, 62, 64-7, 74, 79, 81,
85-6; 76A: 8-9

Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, adoption proposee,
70:70

Consolidated-Bathurst Inc., 30: 27; 3]: 1 l

Consommation et Corporations Canada
Avis aux sociétés en défaut

Correspondance envoyee

Adresses correctes,difficu1te a determiner, 1:6, 7-8, 1 1; 4: 7, 9;
5: 6

Agent officiel, 4: 7
Avocats des sociétés, 4: 8, 9
Directeurs, 1: 6, 7-8, 11; 4: 8, 12; 5:6; 16: I6
Poste recommandee, 4: 7-8
Siege social, 1: 11; 4: 7, 9; 5: 6; 16: 16

Preuve de reception, 4: 6, 8

Publication dans Gazette du Canada, 1: 7, 8.11; 4: 7, 8,10; 14: 8,

10,12,14;l6:10-1,12-3,14,15
Travail administratif, volume, 1: 12; 4: 7, 9; 14: 14
Bill S-31, teneur
Actions et investissements impliques, explication, 28: 8, 12, 13,
27-8, 35-6

Amendements, 34: 90, 91, 92

Application, 28: 8, 13,20, 23, 24-5, 31, 32;34:76,77, 78-9,84

But et raisons, 28: 8-16, 18, 20, 26, 27, 30; 34: 69, 71-2, 76-8, 80,

81-7, 89, 92, 93

42 INDEX

Corriveau et al, Royal Bank 0fCanada v. ( (1981), 30 O.R. (2d) 653),
13: 7-8

Coulling, Robert K., Grand Secretary-Treasurer, The Grand Lodge of
the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the Dominion of
Canada

Bill S-27, 18: 8, 9

Council for Yukon Indians (CYI)
Background information, 70: 17; 70A: 2, 3-4
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983
Adoption recommended, 70: 19; 70A: 2, 4-5
Brief, 70A: 1-5
Study by the Committee, procedure, 70A: 1-2, 4
Constitutional Accord, 1983, comments, 70: 19; 70A: 2, 4

Council of Europe
Convention on State Immunity, 10:6, 18,23; 11:6, 16; 12:6, 21
See also
United Kingdom

Council of National Ethnocultural Organizations of Canada
Background information, 26:61, 63, 64
Bill C-201
Brief, 26:61, 63, 64
Canada Day, recommendation, 26: 61-3, 64, 65-6, 67

Court Martial Appeal Court
Name change proposed, 6: 10; 7: 9, 43-4, 53

Cousins, R. v. ( (1981), 22 C.R. (3d) 298), 41:6, 7

Crawford, Bradley, Legal Counsel to the Canadian Bankers’ Associa-
tion
Bill S-33
Discussion, 55: 14-7, 19-25
Statement, 55: 6-13

Crawford, Wayne, Executive Secretary-Treasurer, Union of Solicitor
General Employees
Bill S-32
Discussion, 44: 7-32
Statement, 44: 5-7

Creighton, Jon, Kodak Canada Inc.; Member, Legislation Committee,
Canadian Business Equipment Manufacturers Association
Bill S-33, 64: 15, 20

Crime: Some Views of the Canadian Public, Anthony N. Doob and
Julian V. Roberts, Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto
Data
Origin and explanation, 42A: 2-3
Overview and interpretation, 42A: 4-9
References to, 38: 21; 39: 6-7, 20; 41: 26; 42: 24; 47A: 8
Tables
Estimates by members of the public of the proportion of those
convicted of various offences sent to prison (Table 6),
42A: 6-7, 8-9, 15
Estimates of proportion of company officials convicted of pollu-
tion or price fixing (Table 7), 42A: 7, 16
Estimates of proportion of prisoners released on parole before the
expiry of their sentences (Table 8), 42A: 7-8, 9, 17

Consommation et Corporations Canada—Suite
Bill S-3], teneur——Su1’te
Communications par satellite, banques et radiodiffusion, compa-
raison, 28: 9, 25; 34: 86
Consultations avec les gouvernements provinciaux, 28: 11, 28, 29,
38; 34: 66-8, 69
Definition «societe», 28: 31, 32-3, 34, 35
Exemptions, 28: 12, 13-4, 26, 37; 34: 77, 79
Gouvernement federal, exemption, 28: 1 1-2
Historique, 28: 17, 18, 20, 26; 34: 86, 87, 89
Infractions, 28: 9
Introduction au Sénat, raisons, 28: 10, 16-7, 29, 38, 39
lnvestissements etrangers, comparaison, 28: 13
Pacific Western Airlines e_t amendements a la Loi sur l’aéronauti-
que, comparaison, 28: 9, 19-20, 29-30, 36; 29: 11; 34: 73-4, 75,
84
Quebec, réaction du gouvernement, interpretation, 28: 11, 14-6,
17-8, 27, 40-1; 34: 37, 91
Québecair, exemption, 28: 17
Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec
Desmarais, M. Paul, rapport avec, 28: 17-8, 40
Divulgation, 34: 81, 93
Mandat, 28: 15; 30: 15
Politique, evaluation, 28: 15-6, 20, 21, 26-7, 28, 38; 30: 15, 34;
34: 90, 91
Rendement sur les investissements a l’avenir, position, 34: 87-8,
90
Correspondance
Klein, E.G., Limited, 16:6, 7,9, 13, 14-5, 16
Montilac Ltée, 4: 8, 9-10, 12
Polyventreprise Ltee, 43: 6-7, 8
Pyramid Communications Limited, 1: 6, 7-8, 11
Tremus Industries Limited, 5: 6
Desmarais, M. Paul, accord avec Canadien Pacifique, interpreta-
tion, 28: 40
Direction des corporations, registre de toutes les sociétés, 18: 8
Dissolution des sociétés, correspondance, l: 7, 11; 4: 7, 8-9; 43: 6, 8
Klein, E.G., Limited, avis de dissolution, position, 16: 14, 15
Reconstitution des sociétés
Frais, 16: 16
Procedure
Corporations canadiennes, Loi, 1: 6-7; 4: 6, 12-3; 5: 6; 14: 15;
16:7, 9-10, 14, 16
Societes commerciales canadiennes, Loi, 1: 7; 4: 7-8, 12, 13;
14: I5; 16: I0, 13, 16
Voir aussi
Barber, G.A., & Sons Limited
Corporations canadiennes, Loi
Eastern Diversified Company Ltd.
Klein, E.G., Limited
Montilac Ltée
Ontario News Company, Limited
Polyventreprise Ltée
Pyramid Communications Limited
Socam Ltee
Tremus Industries Limited

Constitution, Proclamation de 1983 modifiant
Voir
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution

Convention de Vienne sur les relations consulaires
Voir sous Nations unies

Convention de Vienne sur les relations diplomatiques
Voir sous Nations unies

Pa‘
29,

ti-
75,

INDEX 43

Crime: Some Views of the Canadian Public, Anthony N. Doob and
Julian V. Roberts, Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto—-
Cont’d

Tables—Cont’d
Has murder increased, decreased or stayed the same since capital

punishment was abolished‘? (Table 3), 42A: 5, 6,8, 12

How does violent crime in Canada compare to the problem in the
United States? (Table 2), 42A: 5-6, 8, ll

Perception of proportion sent to prison for assault causing bodily
harm, break and enter, and robbery (Table 5), 42A: 6, 8-9, 14

What percentage of all crimes committed in Canada involve vio-
lence? (Table 1), 42A: 5, 8,9, 10

What percentage of those released on parole commit violent
crimes within three years of their release? (Table 4), 42A: 5,
6,8, 13

Criminal Code
The numbers between square brackets refer to the clauses of Bill C-
127
Amendment proposed, 7: 59

Amendments
Section_2 [1] -— Definitions, 25: 34-5
Section 142 [6] — Instruction to jury, 25: 18, 34; 27: 8, 11, 12,
47, 49, 50

Section 143 [6] — Rape, 25: 35

Section 195 (1) [13] — Procuring, 25: 33

Section 214 (5) (124 on page 51 of Issue #27) [16] — Hijacking,
kidnapping or sexual offence, 27: 39-40, 51, 52

Section 244 [19] — Assault, 25: 22, 23, 26, 35-6, 41-2; 27: 8-10,
12-6, 18-24, 26-8, 32-3, 37-8, 40-2, 46-7

Section 245 [19] —— Common assaults, 25: 17, 29-30, 35, 37, 40-1;
27:8, 14-5, 16-7, 41

Section 246 [19] — Assaulting a peace officer, 25: 21-2, 27-8,
29-30, 39, 40, 43-4; 27: 8, 11, 12, 14-20, 24-6, 39-41, 47-51

Section 249 [20] — Abduction of person under sixteen, 25: 25

Section 250 [20] —~ Abduction of person under fourteen, 25: 25;
27: 44-5

Section 442 [25] — Exclusion of public in certain cases, 25: 34

Discussion

Section 7 —— Application to territories, 66: 27-8

Section 8 — Criminal offences to be under law of Canada,
66: 27-8

Section 17 — Compulsion by threats, 68A: 18

Section 146 — Sexual intercourse with female under fourteen,
27: 18-9, 40

Section 2466 ~ No evidence concerning sexual activity, 36: 28;
59A: 4, 7

Section 317 — Evidence, 65A: 23

Section 318 — Evidence of previous conviction, 65A: 23

Section 643 (1) —— Evidence at preliminary inquiry may be read
at trial in certain cases, 59A: 13-5, 29

Section 662.1 — Conditional and absolute discharge, 66: 19

Section 730 (2) — Burden of proving exception, etc., 66: 15-6, 30;
66A: 8-9; 68A: 16-8

See also

Bill C-127

Criminal Code, Act to amend, in relation to sexual offences and other
offences against the person
See
Bill C-127

Criminal Code, Act to amend, in relation to sexual offences and the
protection of young persons
See
Bill C-53

Cook, R. c. (le 16 mars, 1983), 52: 13; 68A: 235-6

Cooper, R. c. ([1978] 1 R.C.S. 860), 54A: 2; 66: 26-7; 66A: 37-8

Corporations canadiennes, Loi
Abrogation, date, 4: 7-8, 12
Art. 133 (10) — Publication de l’avis, discussion, 1: 11
Corporation, charte, articles admissibles, 3: 12-3
Corporations sans capital-actions
Lettres patentes, 3: 8
Pouvoirs, 3: 13
Informations, obligation des societes a deposer, 1: 9, 11; 4: 7
Nouvelle-Ecosse, loi sur les societes, comparaison, 1: 9
Reconstitution des societes
Amendement propose, 4: 6, 7,13
Plaintes contre, 4: 6, 7,12
Procedure, 1: 6-7; 4: 6, 12-3; 5:6; 14: 15; 16:7, 9-10, 14, 16
Societes en defaut, penalité, 14: 14
Voir aussi
Consommation et Corporations Canada
Societes commerciales canadiennes, Loi

Correctional Law Project, Queen’s University
Bill S-32
Discussion, Article 3,41: 31, 32
Evaluation, 41: 5-6, 18, 21, 25, 28, 29; 41A: 3-10
Memoire, 41A: 1-10
Recommandations, 41: 18, 19, 22; 41A: 2
Role et fonction, 41: 5; 41A: 2

Corriveau et al, Royal Bank ofCanaa’a c. ( (1981), 30 O.R. (2d) 653),
13: 7-8

Coulling, M. Robert K., grand secrétaire-trésorier de la grande loge de
l’Ordre benevole et protecteur des Elans du Dominion du Canada

Bill S-27, 18:8, 9

Cour d’appel de la cour martiale
Changement de nom propose, 6: 10; 7: 9, 43-4, 53

Cour fédérale, Loi
Art. 28 (1) —~ Examen des decisions d’un office, d’une commission

ou d’un autre tribunal federal, 57: 18, 19, 23
Art. 48 — Facon d’engager une procedure contre la Couronne, 2: 17

Cousins, R. c. ( (1981), 22 C.R. (3d) 298), 41:6, 7

Crawford, M. Bradley, avocat-conseil de 1’Association des banquiers
canadiens
Bill S-33
Discussion, 55: 14-7, 19-25
Expose, 55: 6-13

Crawford, M. Wayne, secrétaire-trésorier exécutif, Syndicat des
employés du solliciteur general
Bill S-32
Discussion, 44: 7-32
Expose, 44: 5-7

Credit, Loi sur les associations cooperatives
Amendement propose; adopte, 6: 5; 7: 23-4

44 INDEX

Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1977
Amendment proposed; carried, 7: 24-5

Criminal Lawyers’ Association
Bill S-32
Evaluation, 46: 5-9, 15, 26, 32
Recommendations, 46: 5-6, 8, 9,19-22, 25-6, 27, 30-1, 33, 34-5
Function, members, 46: 5

Criminal Lawers’ Association of Ontario
Background information, 59: 5
Bill S-33
Brief, 59A: 1-32
Charter of Rights and Freedoms, interpretations in relation to,
59A: 4-15, 20, 32
Clauses, comments, 59: 7-19, 23-9; 59A: 4-32
Definition, legislative statement or code, 59: 6-7, 9, 19-20; 59A: 3,
18-9

Drafting, consultation process, 59: 5, 6,20-3

Evaluation, 59: 5-7; 59A: 3-4

Historical background, 59A: 3

Study, 59: 30

Criminal Trial Lawyers Association of Edmonton
Background information, 53:6, 9,13; 54A: 1
Bill S-33

Brief, 53:5, 10;54A: I-9

Canadian Bar Association brief, position on, 53: 6, 8; 54A: 2
Charter of Rights and Freedoms, interpretation in relation to,

53: 6, 11; 54A: 2
Clauses, comments, 53: 6-8, 10-2, 13-4; 54A: 2-8
Definition, legislative statement or code, 53: 5, 14, 16-7, 18;
54A: 2, 9

Drafting, consultation process, 53: 6, 8,9, 12-3, 14-5; 54A: 2, 9
Evaluation, 53: 5, 6-8, 10; 54A: 1-2, 9

Evidence, rules of

Reform, 53: 13, 14, I6, 18
Uniformity, 53:5, 13, 14, 18; 54A: 8

Historical background, 54A: 8-9

Recommendation, 53: 6, 8,16; 54A: 9

Scope, 53: 6-8, 10, 13, 14, 15-6; 54A: 2, 9

Croll, Hon. David A., Senator (Toronto-Spadina)
Bill C-20], subject-matter, 26: 63, 64,65
Constitution Amendment Proclamation,

74: 18-9

1983, subject-matter,

Cross, Rupert, Sir, Evidence, 36: 14; 65A: 20

Crown Liability Act
Amendment proposed; carried, 7: 25

Debates of the Senate

Bill C-45, second reading, February 3, 1982, 15:7

Bill S-12, second reading, October 30, 1980, 3: 10, 13
Bill S-16, second reading, December 2, 1980, 8: 6

Bill S-31, second reading, November 8, 1982, 28: 28, 29
Bill S-35, second reading, April 21, 1983, 56: 6

Creighton, M. Jan, Kodak Canada Inc.; membre, Comité de la legisla-
tion, Association canadienne des fabricants d’équipement dc
bureau

Bill S-33, 64: 15,20

Criminal Lawyers’ Association
Bill S-32
Evaluation, 46: 5-9, 15, 26, 32
Recommandations, 46: 5-6, 8, 9,19-22, 25-6, 27, 30-1, 33, 34-5
Fonction, membres, 46: 5

Criminal Lawyers’ Association of Ontario
Bill S-33
Articles, commentaires, 59: 7-19, 23-9; 59A: 4-32
Charte des droits et libertés, interpretations par rapport 5,
59A:4-15, 20, 32
Definition, enonce legislatif ou code, 59: 6-7, 9, 19-20; 59A: 3,
18-9 Etude, 59: 30

Evaluation, 59: 5-7; 59A: 3-4

Historique, 59A: 3

Memoire, 59A: 1-32

Redaction, processus de consultation, 59: 5, 6,20-3

Information de base, 59: 5

Criminal Trial Lawyers Association of Edmonton
Bill S-33 ~
Articles, commentaires, 53: 6-8, 10-2, 13-4; 54A: 2-8
Association du Barreau canadien, memoire, position envers, 53: 6,
8; 54A: 2
Charte des droits et libertés, interpretation par rapport a, 53: 6,
11; 54A: 2

Definition, enonce legislatif ou code, 53: 5, 14, 16-7, 18; 54A: 2, 9
Evaluation, 53: 5, 6-8, 10; 54A: 1-2, 9

Historique, 54A: 8-9

Memoire, 53: 5, 10; 54A: 1-9

Portee, 53: 6-8, 10, 13, 14, 15-6; 54A: 2, 9

Preuve, regles

Réforme, 53: 13, 14, 16, 18
Uniformisation, 53: 5, 13, 14, 18; 54A: 8
Recommandation, 53: 6, 8,16; 54A: 9
Redaction, processus dc consultation, 53: 6, 8,9, 12-3, 14-5;
54A: 2, 9
Information de base, 53: 6, 9,13;

Criminalité, Etude de l’opinion de la population canadienne sur la
Voir
Etude de l’opim’on de la population canadienne sur la criminalité

Croll, honorable David A., senateur (Toronto-Spadina)
Bill C-201, teneur, 26: 63, 64, 65
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur, 74: 18-9

Cross, Rupert, Sir, Evidence, 36: 14; 65A: 59

De meilleures pensions pour les Canadiens, ministére de la Santé
nationale et du Bien-étre social, 31: 12, 23, 29, 32; 34: 14

Debuts du Senat

Bill C-45, deuxieme lecture, le 3 février, 1982, 15: 7

Bill S-12, deuxieme lecture, le 30 octobre, 1980, 3: 10, 13
Bill S-16, deuxieme lecture, le 2 décembre, 1980, 8: 6

Bill S-31, deuxieme lecture, le 8 novembre, 1982, 28:28, 29
Bill S-35, deuxieme lecture, le 21 avril, 1983, 56:6

a-
le

INDEX 45

DeCIerq v. The Queen ([1968] S.C.R. 902), 49: 8; 53: 7; 59A: 19;
66: 13; 68A: 88

Decore, Lawrence, National Chairman, Canadian Consultative Coun-
cil on Multiculturalism
Bill C-201, subject-matter
Discussion, 26: 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51
Statement, 26: 43-5

Dene Nation
Constitutional Accord, 1983, comments, 76A: 1-2
Treaty No. 8, 2: 12

Department of Energy, Mines and Resources Act, Act to amend
See
Bill C-102

Deschatelets, Hon. Jean-Paul, Senator (Lauzon)

Bill C-34, 9: 8, 10, 16
Bill C-45, 15: 6, 7
Bill C-53, subject-matter, 25: 6, 10, 30, 32, 38
Bill C-61

Coming into force, transition period, 19:6, 14

Jurisdiction, 19: 15

Program, administration

Cost-sharing, 17: 31; 19:6, 7
Provinces, attorneys general, role, 17: 29-30

Provincial governments, reaction, 17: 28; 19: 5

Study, procedure, 19: 20

Viking Houses, brief, 19: 19, 20

Young offenders

Fingerprints, 17: 18
Maximum age, 17: 29
Rehabilitation, 17: 30, 31; 19: 15
Right to counsel, 17: 28

Bill C-127, subject-matter, 25: 45; 27: 45
Bill C-130, 50:8, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 17, 19-20
Bill S-8, 1:6, 7-9
Bill S-12, 3: 6, 8,9, 10, 13, 15
Bill S-13, 4: 6, 8-9, 12
Bill S-14, 5: 6, 7
Bill S-16, 8: 11, 12
Bill S-19

Application to provinces, ll: 11, 12

“Commercial activity”, definition, 10: 8-10, 12, 17, 23-4; 11: 8,

13-4, 15-6;12: 10, 21-2; 13:9

Drafting, 11: 18;12:25-6,28, 29

Extraterritoriality, 12: 19

Justice Department amendments, 12: 8

Motion that, following passage of the legislation, External Affairs

Canada publish information for protection of Canadian pub-
lic, 13:4, 9
Bill S-24, 24: 6, 16, 19
Bil1S-26, 16:7, 10, 11, 15, 16
Bill S-31, subject-matter, 28: 37-9; 30: 15-7, 27, 38, 41, 60-1;
33: 11-4, 45, 56

Bill S-32, 32: 24-5; 48: 32; 57: 5, 10, 13, 20-1; 60: 23, 32
Bill S-33

Accused

Failure to testify, judge’s comment, 62: 28
Rights, 49: 9
Statements, admissibility, 49: 9; 63: 23

Application in Quebec, 49: 30; 52: 22-3; 61: 15; 66: 35-6, 38

Bar of Quebec, recommendations, 66: 40

Canadian Bankers’ Association, amendments, 55: 22

Déclaration canadienne des droits, 17: 27; 51: 9, 22

DeCIerq c. La Reine ([1968] R.C.S. 902), 49: 8; 53: 7; 59: 19; 66: 13;
68A: 306

Decore, M. Lawrence, président national, Conseil consultatif canadien
du multiculturalisme
Bill C-201, teneur
Discussion, 26: 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51
Exposé, 26: 43-5

Défense nationale, Loi
Amendement proposé; rejeté, 7: 9, 43-4

Dénée, Nation
Voir
Nation dénée

Deschatelets, honorable Jean-Paul, sénateur (Lauzon)
Bill C-34, 9: 8, 10, 16
Bill C-45, 15: 6, 7
Bill C-53, teneur, 25: 6, 10, 30, 32, 38
Bill C-61
ljlntrée en vigueur, période de transition, 19: 6, 14
Etude, procédure, 19: 20
Jeunes contrevenants
Age maximal, 17: 29
Droit aux services d’un avocat, 17: 28
Empreintes digitales, 17: 18
Réhabilitation, 17: 30, 31; 19: 15
Juridiction, 19: 15
Programme, administration
Frais, partage, 17: 31; 19:6, 7
Provinces, procureurs généraux, role, 17: 29-30
Provinces, gouvernements, réactions, 17: 28; 19: 5
Viking Houses, mémoire, 19: 19, 20
Bill C-127, teneur, 25: 45; 27:45
Bill C-130, 50:8, 10, 11,l3,14,15,l7,19-20
Bill S-8, 1: 6, 7,9
Bill S-12, 3: 6, 8,9, 10, 13, 15
Bill S-13, 4: 6, 8-9, 12
Bill S-14, 5: 6, 7
Bill S-16, 8: 11, 12
Bill S-19
«Activité commerciale», definition, 10: 8-10, 12, 17, 23-4; 11: 8,
13-4, 15-6;12: 10, 21-2; 13: 19
Application aux provinces, 11: 11, 12
Extraterritorialité, 12: 19
Justice, ministére, amendements, 12: 8
Motion que, suite at l’adoption de la mesure législative, Affaires
extérieures Canada publie l’information pour la protection du
public canadien, 13:4, 9
Redaction, 11: 18; 12: 25-6, 28, 29
Bill S-24, 24: 6, 16, 19
Bill S-26, 16: 7, 10, 11, 15, 16
Bill S-31, teneur, 28: 37-9; 30: 15-7, 27, 38, 41, 60-1; 33: 11-4, 45,
56
Bill S-32, 32: 24-5; 48: 32; 57: 5, 10, 13, 20-1; 60: 23, 32
Bill S-33
Accusé
Declarations, recevabilite, 49: 9; 63: 23
Défaut de témoignage, observation du juge, 62: 28
Droits, 49: 9
Application au Québec, 49: 30; 52: 22-3; 61: 15; 66: 35-6, 38
Association des banquiers canadiens, amendements, 55: 22

46 INDEX

Deschatelets, Hon.
Bill S-33—C0rzt’d
Canadian Bar Association, briefs, 49: 33; 54: 13, 14; 63: 30-1, 33

Computer printouts
Admissibility, 55: l 1, 21-2, 26; 64: 12-3, 16-7; 65: 9, 13-4, 16-7,
23, 26; 67: 14-7, 20
Reliability, right of defence to challenge, 55: 14; 64: 14, 16;
65: 11, 17-9, 28; 67: 7-8
Drafting, 49: 30, 31, 33; 52: 8-9, 22; 61: 11-2; 62: 23; 63: 33;
66: 34, 40
Experts, 49: 13
Hearsay, unavailability of declarant, 62: 29; 63:26
Historical background, 63: 28-9
Motion, 63: 12
Procedure, 61:5, 13; 62: 25; 63: 34, 35; 64: 7; 66: 23, 35, 37
Committee workload, 54: 17; 76: 14
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter,
69: 39, 63-4; 70: 9, 14; 72: 19; 74: 19-20
“Proposals to correct… Revised Statutes of Canada, 1970, and other
Acts…”, 6: 5, 8-13, 18, 24-5
“Subject-matter of clauses of Bills where such clauses may
infringe upon the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the
Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms”, examination by a
Parliamentary Committee, discussion, 76: 19, 21-2

can-Paul, Senator (Lauzon)——Corzt’d

Desjardins-Siciliano, Yves, IBM Canada Ltd.; Member, Legislation
Committee, Canadian Business Equipment Manufacturers Asso-
ciation

Bill S-33
Discussion, 64: 12-3, 15, 16, 17-8, 19
Statement, 64: 5-12

Desmarais, Paul, Power Corporation of Canada
Bill S-31, statement, reported, 30: 27, 39, 40
Caisse de depot et placement, relationship with, reported, 28: 17-8,
39-40; 30: 11, 23, 27, 39; 34: 49-50
Canadian Pacific
Agreement with, 28: 40; 30: 11, 22, 27, 39; 3]: 20-1, 24; 33: 14-5,
20, 59; 34: 8
Investments in, 33: 10, 21, 59-60; 34: 18

Le Devoir
Bill S-31, article concerning, quotation, 30: 25; 34: 56, 57, 58

Diamond, Billy, Chief, Grand Council of the Crees (of Quebec)
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter
Discussion, 72: 7, 13-4, 16-20, 23-5
Statement, 72: 9-13

Dingle, James F ., Deputy Chairman, Canadian Payments Association
Bill S-33
Discussion, 65: 23, 24, 25-6
Statement, 65: 5-6

Dioguardi, Paul, Solicitor for the Petitioner, Mr. Lawrence Ross
Kingsland
Bill S-8
Discussion, 1:7, 10, 12
Statement, 1: 6-7

Dionne, Andree, Legislative Counsel, Legislation Section, Department
of Justice
Bill S-19, 12: 18-9, 24, 25-9

Deschatelets, honorable Jean-Paul, sénateur(Lauzon)—Su1’te
Bill S-33——Suite
Association du Barreau canadien, memoires, 49: 33; 54: 13, 14;
63: 30-1, 33
Barreau du Quebec, recommandations, 66: 40
Experts, 49: 13
Historique, 63: 28-9
lmprimes d’ordinateur
Fiabilite, droit de la defense £1 contester, 55: I4; 64: 14, 16;
65: 11, 17-9, 28; 67: 7-8
Recevabilite, 55: 11, 21-2, 26; 64: 12-3, 16-7; 65: 9, 13-4, 16-7,
23, 26; 67: 14-7, 20
Motion, 63: 12
Oui-dire, non-disponibilite de 1’auteur d’une declaration, 62: 29;
63: 26
Procedure, 61:5, 13; 62:25; 63: 34, 35; 64: 7; 66: 23, 35, 37
Redaction, 49: 30, 31, 33; 52: 8-9, 22; 61: 11-2; 62: 23; 63: 33;
66: 34, 40
Comité, charge de travail, 54: 17; 76: 14
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur, 69: 39,
63-4; 70: 9, 14; 72: 19; 74: 19-20
«Propositions visant a corriger… Statuts revises du Canada de 1970
et certaines lois posterieures», 6: 5, 8-13, 18, 24-5
«Teneur des articles des projets de loi qui peuvent porter
atteinte aux droits et libertés garantis par la Charte canadienne
des droits et libertés», examen par un Comite parlementaire, dis-
cussion, 76: 19, 21-2

Desjardins-Siciliano, M. Yves, IBM Canada Ltée; membre, Comité de
la legislation, Association canadenne des fabricants d’équipement
de bureau

Bill S-33
Discussion, 64: 12-3, 15, 16, 17-8, 19
Expose, 64: 5-12

Desmarais, M. Paul, Power Corporation du Canada
Bill S-31, declaration citee, 30: 27-8, 39,40
Caisse de depot et placement, rapport avec, citation, 28: 17-8, 39-40;
30: 11, 23, 27, 39; 34: 49-50

Canadien Pacifique

Accord avec, 28: 40; 30: 11, 22, 27, 39; 31: 20-1, 24; 33: 14-5, 20,
59; 34: 8

lnvestissements dans, 33: 10, 21, 59-60; 34: 18

Développement international (institutions financieres), Loi d’aide
Voir
Bill C-130

Le Devair
Bill S-31, article concernant, citation, 30: 25; 34: 56, 57, 58

Diamond, Chef Billy, Grand Conseil des Cris (du Québec)
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur
Discussion, 72: 7, 13-4, 16-20, 23-5
Expose, 72: 9-13

Dimanche, Loi
Amendement propose; adopte, 6: 7; 7: 7, 11-2, 14,61

Dingle, M. James F., vice-président, Association canadienne des paie-
ments
Bill S-33
Discussion, 65: 23, 24, 25-6
Expose, 65: 5-6

INDEX 47

Diplomatic and Consular Privileges and Immunities Act
Application and precedence, comparison with Bill S-19, 10: 7, 10, 15
See also

Bill S-19

Immunity of foreign states

United Nations

Disabled and the Handicapped, House of Commons Special Commit-
tee
Report, recommendations, 51: 8, 9-10

Dominion Day, replacement by Canada Day, proposal
Alternatives suggested, 26: 26, 34, 36,41, 43, 46, 72-3
Canadian identity, 26: 51, 73
Correspondence received, 26: 10-2, 39, 76, 82-3, 86-7; 27: 7
“Dominion”
French translation, 26: 24-6, 41
Historical significance
British Empire/Commonwealth, usage, 26: 19, 21, 33, 36, 52
British heritage, 26: 24, 29, 33, 41, 47, 50, 51, 52, 57-8, 59-60.
63
Canadian word, 26: 19, 21, 24, 32-3, 36, 40,43, 54,66
Constitution Acts, 26: 16-7, 21-2, 25-6, 31-4, 36-7, 39-41, 56-8,
62,64, 69-72, 76
Official title of the country, 26: 16, 20-1, 31-2, 33-4, 36-7, 39,
47-8, 69-70
Symbol of creation of Canada as a nation, 26: 16-7, 18, 26, 28
Tradition, 26:27, 28, 29, 30-1, 35-6, 43, 68, 70-1
Interpretation
Connotations, implications, 26: 17, 18, 19-20, 23, 32, 44-5, 52,
56, 58,66,70, 74,78
Generic term, 26: 33, 34, 36
Origin
Fathers of Confederation, choice of, 26: 17-8, 26, 33, 45, 47-8,
52, 58-9, 60, 62,66, 70, 74, 76,77, 98
Monarchical interpretation, 26: 18, 29, 30, 32, 51, 52, 53,
57-60, 86
Religious aspect, 26: 18, 53, 66, 74-5, 76
Word borrowed from French language, 26: 25, S2, 70
Dominion Day Act, SC. 1879, 42 Victoria, Chap. 47,26: 15, 25, 33,
92, 98
French heritage in Canadian history, 26: 24, 33, 52, 57-8, 59-60, 69
Gallup polls, 26: 12-4, 27, 39, 48, 49, 50, 82, 83-5, 86, 87, 90-1,
93-4, 98-100; 27: 7
Government of Canada usage, 26: 21, 22, 31-2, 34-5, 40, 41-2, 55
Multiculturalism, aspect, 26: 27, 30, 53-4
Political aspect, evaluation, 26: 27, 28, 31, 37, 42, 60, 65
See also
Bill C-201
Canada Day, proposed title for July 1st

Dominion Day Act, S.C. 1879, 42 Victoria, Chap. 47, 26: 15, 25, 33,
92, 98

Domtar Inc.
Caisse dc depot et placement du Quebec
Investment in, 30: 10, 12; 31: 28; 34: 15, 41, 53.63
Takeover, 30: 16, 27; 33: 49, 51; 34: 8, 20, 25, 41-3, 49-50

Donahoe, Hon. Richard Alphonsus, Senator (Halifax), Committee
Deputy Chairman
Bill C-26, 2: 6, 7,17, 19-20
Procedure, 2: 6, 7-8, 13, 20-1
Bill C-34, 9: 7, 12, 16, 18

Dioguardi, M. Paul, conseiller juridique du pétitionnaire, M. Law-
rence Ross Kingsland
Bill S-18
Discussion, 1: 7, 10, 12
Expose, 1: 6-7

Dionne, Mlle Andree, conseiller legislatif, Section de la legislation,
ministére de la Justice
Bill S-19, 12: 18-9, 24, 25-9

Dominion, Fete
Voir
Fete du Dominion, remplacement par Fete du Canada, proposi-
tion

Domtar Inc.
Caisse de depot ct placement du Quebec
lnvestissements dans, 30: 10, 12; 31: 28; 34: 15,41, 53,63
Prise de controle effective, 30: 16, 27; 33: 49, 51; 34: 8, 20, 25,
41-3, 49-50

Donahoe, honorable Richard Alphonsus, sénateur (Halifax), vice-pré-
sident du Comité
Bill C-26, 2: 6, 7,17, 19-20
Procedure, 2: 6, 7-8, 13, 20-1
Bill C-34, 9: 7, 12, 16, 18
BillC-61,17: 11,12, 13,14, 21; 21: 26, 27, 28
Bill C-201, teneur, 26: 13,46, 47, 50, 77-8, 90, 102, 103
Bill S-8, 1: 8, 9,10,11,12
Bill S-12, 3: 10, 12, 13, 16
Procedure, 3: 6, 10, 15, 16
Bill S-13, 4: 11
Procedure, 4: 6, 7,9, 11, 13
Bill S-14, 5:6
Procedure, 5: 6, 7
Bi11S-16,8:8,10,11,13
Procedure, 8: 6, 7,9-10, 1 1, 14
Bill S-20, procedure, 14: 7, 9,13, 14, 15
Bill S-21, procedure, 14: 10, 11, 13, 14, 15
Bill S-22, 14: 15
Procedure, 14: ll, 13, 14, 15
Bill S-31, teneur, procedure, 34: 6, 17,21, 22, 26,28, 33, 38
Bill S-32, 32: 21-2, 23; 60: 36
Bill S-33, 53: 17; 54: 14-5; 55: 12, 17; 59: 20, 26; 62: 17, 24, 26,
29-30
Bill S-35, 56: 9
Goldenberg, l’honorable senateur, demission comme president, 26: 8
President, election, procedure, 26: 75-6, 79, 80
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur, 72: 7-8;
73: 7; 75: 6, 7,8
«Propositions visant a corriger… Statuts revises du Canada de 1970
et certaines lois posterieures», procedure, 6: 5-25; 7: 8-61

Donnerstein, Edward et Neil Malamuth, Effects (The) of Aggressive-
Pornographic Mass Media Stimuli, 27: 10

Doob,M. Anthony N.
Voir
Etude de 1’0pz’m’on de la population canadienne sur la criminalite’

Doody, honorable C. William, sénateur (Harbour Main-Bell Island)
Bill C-127, teneur, 27: 36
Bill C-201, teneur, 26: 48, 49, 103
Bill S-31, teneur, 28: 23-4, 25
Bill S-32, 39: 17, 18

48 INDEX

Donahoe, Hon. Richard Alphonsus, Senator (Halifax), Committee
Deputy Chairman——C0nt’d
Bill C-61, 17: 11, 12, 13, 14, 21; 21: 26, 27, 28
Bill C-201, subject-matter, 26: 13, 46, 47, 50, 77-8, 90, 102, 103
Bill S-8, 1: 8, 9,10, 11, 12
Bill S-12, 3: 10, 12, 13, 16
Procedure, 3: 6, 10, 15, 16
Bill S-13, 4: 11
Procedure, 4: 6, 7,9, 11, 13
Bill S-14, 5: 6
Procedure, 5: 6, 7
Bill S-16, 8: 8, 10, ll, 13
Procedure, 8: 6, 7,9-10, ll, 14
Bill S-20, procedure, 14: 7, 9,13, 14, 15
Bill S-21, procedure, 14: 10, ll, 13, 14, 15
Bill S-22, 14: 15
Procedure, 14: ll, 13, 14, 15
Bill S-31, subject-matter, procedure, 34: 6, 17, 21,22, 26, 28, 33, 38
Bill S-32, 32: 21-2, 23; 60: 36
Bill S-33, 53: 17; 54: 14-5; 55: 12, 17; 59: 20, 26; 62: 17, 24, 26,
29-30
Bill S-35, 56: 9
Chairman, election, procedure, 26: 75-6, 79, 80
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983,
72: 7-8; 73: 7; 75: 6, 7,8
Goldenberg, the Honourable Senator, resignation as Chairman,
26: 8
“Proposals to correct… Revised Statutes of Canada, 1970, and other
Acts…”, procedure, 6: 5-25; 7: 8-61

subject-matter,

Donnerstein, Edward and Neil Malamuth, The Effects of Aggressive-
Pornographic Mass Media Stimuli, 27: 10

Doob, Anthony N.
See
Crime. » Some Views of the Canadian Public

Doody, Hon. C. William, Senator (Harbour Main-Bell Island)

Bill C-127, subject-matter, 27: 36

Bill C-201, subject-matter, 26: 48, 49, 103

Bill S-31, subject-matter, 28: 23-4, 25

Bill S-32, 39: 17, 18

“Proposals to correct… Revised Statutes of Canada, 1980, and other

Acts…”, 7: 13,39, 50

Doolan, Hubert, Chairman, Nishga Tribal Council (New Aiyansh,
British Columbia)
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter, 73: 8

Dorfman Committee
See
Advisory Committee on Judicial Compensation and related mat-
ters

Dorval, Philippe, Polyventreprise Ltée, Petitioner
Bill S-34, 43: 6-7, 8

Driedger, E. A., The Composition of Legislation: legislative forms and
precedents, 26: 15; 50: 17, 18

Drouillard, Lou A., Executive Director, St. Leonard’s Society of
Canada
Bill S-32, 37: 5-6, 11-2, 14-22, 25-30

Doody, honorable C. William, senateur(Harbour Main-Bell Island)——
Suite
«Propositions visant a corriger… Statuts revises du Canada de 1970
et certaines lois posterieures», 7: 13, 39, 50

Doolan, M. Hubert, président, Conseil de tribu de Nishga (New

Aiyansh, Colombie—Britannique)
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur, 73: 8

Dorfman, Comité
Voir
Comité consultatif sur la remuneration des juges ct d’autres ques-
tions connexes

Dorval, M. Philippe, Polyventreprise Ltée, pétitionnaire
Bill S-34, 43: 6-7, 8

Driedger, EA. The Composition of Legislation: legislative forms and
precedents, 26: 15; 50: 17, 18

Droit d’auteur, Loi
Amendement propose par le ministre de la Consommation et des

Corporations; adopte, 6: 7; 7: 6-7, 11-4, 61

Droit fiscal (No. 2), Loi modifiant
Amendement propose; adopte, 7: 53

Droit penal, Loi de 1977 modifiant
Amendement propose; adopte, 7: 24-5

Droits de la personne

Age de la retraite, 51: 21-2, 23-4

Déficience, personnes atteintes, 31: 8, 9-1 1, 25-6
Femmes, 5]: 8-9

Voir aussi
Bill C-141

Droits de la personne, Loi canadienne
Les numéros entre parenteses carrées indiquent les articles du Bill
C-14]

Amendements
Alinea 2a)[1], 51: 21
Art. 13[7] -— Propagande haineuse, 51: 8
Art. l4[7] —— Exceptions, 51: 10-1, 13, 18-20, 21-2, 23
Art. 15 (1)[9] —- Programmes speciaux, 51: 25-6
Art. l9[11] —— Réglements, 51: 25, 26
Art. 4l.4[20] —— Plainte en matiere d’emploi (handicap

physique), 51: 13-6

Art. 48[23] —— Application, 51: 11
Art. 63[24] — Obligation de Sa Majeste, 51: 11

But, 51: 6-7

Nations unies, Charte des droits de la personne, comparaison,

51: 20-1

Voir aussi

Bill C-141

Droits de la personne …, Loi modifiant la Loi canadienne
Voir
Bill C-141

Drouillard, M. Lou A., directeur exécutif, Société Saint Leonard du

Canada
Bill S-32, 37: 5-6, 11-2, 14-22, 25-30

70

SW

3.

INDEX 49

du Plessis, R.L., Q.C., Law Clerk and Parliamentary Counsel to the
Senate

Bil1C-61, 19:21

Bill C-130, 50: 11, 16, 24

Bill S-8, 1: 10

Bill S-12, 3: 10, 16

Bill S-13,4: 13
Bill S-16, 8: 8, 10, 13
Bill S-19

Discussion, 12: 19-20, 23, 26, 27, 28
Letter from Justice Department re leases, 13: 7
Bi1lS-20, 14: 15
Bill S-21, 14: 15
Bill S-22, 14: 15
Bill S-24, 23: 6, 7,8, 9-10; 24: 11, 19
Bill S-26, 16: 10, 13
Bill S-27, 18: 7, 8
Bill S-32, amendments proposed by Solicitor General, admissibility,
point of order
Comments, 60: 33
Letter to Committee Chairman, quotation, 60: 12-8, 27

E.G. Klein Limited
See
Klein, E.G., Limited

E.G. Klein Limited …, Act to revive
See
Bill S-26

Eastern Diversified Company Ltd.

Default, notification, 14: 12

Dissolution, date and reason, 14: 11, 12
Foreign ownership, 14: 12, 13

Historical background, 14: 11-2, 13

See also
Bill S-22
Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada

Eastern Diversified Company Ltd. …, Act to revive
See
Bill S-22

Edwardh, Marlys, Member, Sub-committee on Uniform Evidence Act,
Criminal Lawyers’ Association of Ontario
Bill S-33
Discussion, 59: 18-9, 24-30
Statement, 59: 6-13, 15-8

Effects (The) of Aggressive-Pornographic Mass Media Stimuli, Neil
Malamuth and Edward Donnerstein, 27: 10

Eglinton, Graham
See under Regulations and other Statutory Instruments, Standing
Joint Committee

Elizabeth Fry Society
See
Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies

du Plessis, M. R.L., c.r., légiste et conseiller parlementaire du Senat
Bi1lC-61, 19:21
Bil1C-130,50:l1, 16,24

Bill S-8, 1: 10

Bill S-12, 3: 10, 16
Bill S-13, 4: 13

Bill S-16, 8: 8, 10, 13
Bill S-19

Discussion, 12: 19-20, 23, 26, 27, 28
Lettre du ministere de la Justice au sujet des baux, 13:7
Bill S-20, 14: 15
Bill S-21, 14: 15
Bill S-22, 14: 15
Bill S-24, 23: 6, 7,8, 9-10; 24: 11, 19
Bill S-26, 16: 10, 13
Bill S-27, 18: 7, 8
Bill S-32, amendements proposes par le solliciteur general, recevabi-
lite, rappel au Reglement
Commentaires, 60: 33
Lettre a la presidente du Comité, citation, 60: 12-8, 27

E.G. Klein Limited
Voir
Klein, E.G., Limited

E.G. Klein Limited …, Loi reconstituant la société
Voir
Bill S-26

Eastern Diversified Company Ltd.
Appartenance etrangere, 14: 12, 13
Defaut, notification, 14: 12
Dissolution, date et raison, 14: 11, 12
Historique, 14: 11-2, 13

Voir aussi
Bill S-22
Consommation et Corporations Canada

Eastern Diversified Company Ltd. …, Loi reconstituant la société
Voir
Bill S-22

Edwardh, Mme Marlys, membre, sous-comité sur la Loi uniforme sur
la preuve, Criminal Lawyers’ Association of Ontario
Bill S-33
Discussion, 59: 18-9, 24-30
Expose, 59: 6-13, 15-8

Effects (The) of Aggressive-Pornographic Mass Media Stimuli, Neil
Malamuth et Edward Donnerstein, 27: 10

Eglinton, M. Graham
Voir sous Réglements et autres textcs reglementaires, Comite mixte
permanent

Eglise de Jesus-Christ des saints des derniers jours, bien immeubles
Voir
Bill S-16
President de la Division de Lethbridge dc l’Eglise de Jesus-Christ
des saints des derniers jours

Elans du Dominion du Canada, la grande loge de l’Ordre benevole et
protecteur des
Biens immobiliers, valeur, limite, 18: 6, 8
Constitution et statuts, 18: 8

50 INDEX

Elks of the Dominion of Canada, Act to amend the Act of incorpora-
tion of The Grand Lodge of the Benevolent and Protective Order
of

See
Bill S-27

Elks of the Dominion of Canada, The Grand Lodge of the Benevolent

and Protective Order of
Constitution and by-laws, 18: 8
Head office, location, 18: 6, 7-8
Historical background, 18: 8
Lodges, function, 18: 9
Name in French, 18:6, 7
Real estate, value, limit, 18: 6, 8

See also

Bill S-27

Ellis, Megan, National Action Committee on the Status of Women
Bill C-127, subject-matter
Discussion, 27: 19-20, 22-36
Statement, 27: 11-9, 20-]

Employment and Immigration Department and Commission Act
Amendment proposed; carried, 7: 25-6

Energy, Mines and Resources Act, Act to amend the Department of
See
Bill C-102

Engel, Rick, Student, Correctional Law Project, Queen’s University
Bill S-32, 41: 16-7

Eparch of the Eparchy of Saints Cyril and Methodius of Slovaks of
the Byzantine Rite in Canada

Background information, 56: 6-7, 8-9, 10-1

Corporation sole, 56: 7

Rusnak, The Very Reverend Michael, Eparch, 56: 6

See also
Bill S-35

Eparch of the Eparchy of Saints Cyril and Methodius of Slovaks of
the Byzantine Rite in Canada, Act to incorporate
See
Bill S-35

Erven v. The Queen ([1979] 1 S.C.R. 926), 52: 12; 53: 7; 54A: 6; 66: 17;
68A: 67, 71-2, 213

European Council
See
Council of Europe

Evidence
Accused
Burden of proof borne by, 36: 15, 16; 40: 13-4; 52: 13; 53: 6, 10-1;
54A: 2; 59A: 10-]; 65A: 17-8; 66: 14-6, 30, 51-2; 66A: 9;
68A: 8-21, 205
Failure to testify, 36: 12, 13, 20-1, 22-5; 40: 20-1, 22-3; 53: 6;
54A: 3; 59A: 11-2; 62: 28; 66A: 10; 68A: 36-8, 215-6
Fraud, 36: 27, 28; 49: 8; 54A: 8; 59A: 30-1; 65A: 36; 66: 19;
66A: 10; 68A: 139-4l
Mode of life, cross-examination on, 52: —15; 66A: 6-7; 68A: 135

Elans du Dominion du Canada, la grande loge de l’Ordre bénévole et
protecteur des—Suite

Historique, 18: 8

Loges, fonction, 18: 9

Nom en francais, 18: 6, 7

Siege social, lieu, 18: 6, 7-8

Voir aussi
Bill S-27

Elans du Dominion du Canada, Loi modifiant la loi constitutive de la
grande loge de l’Ordre benevole et protecteur des
Voir
Bill S-27

Elizabeth Fry, société
Voir
Association canadienne des societes Elizabeth Fry

Ellis, Mme Megan, Comité national d’action sur le statut de la femme
Bill C-127, teneur
Discussion, 27: 19-20, 22-36
Expose, 27: 11-9, 20-1

Emploi et de Pimmigration, Loi sur le ministére et sur la Commission
de
Amendement propose, adopte, 7: 25-6

Energie, des Mines et des Ressources, Loi modifiant la Loi sur le
ministere de
Voir
Bill C-102

Enfants, pornographic et exploitation sexuelle, 25: 21, 26-7, 32, 33
Voir aussi
Bill C-53

Enfants, rapt
Code criminel, amendements, 25: 20-1, 25-6; 27: 44-5
Voir aussi
Bill C-127

Engel, M. Rick, étudiant, Correctional Law Project, Queen’s Univer-
sity
Bill S-32, 41: 16-7

Enquétes sur les coalitions, Loi relative
Amendement propose, rejete par le comité de la Chambre des com-
munes, 6: 6; 7: 23

Eparque de l’éparchie des Saints Cyrille et Méthode des Slovaques de
rite byzantin au Canada

Corporation unipersonnelle, 56: 7

Information de base, 56: 6-7, 8-9, 10-1

Rusnak, Le tres reverend Michael, eparque, 56: 6

Voir aussi
Bill S-35

Eparque de l’éparchie des Saints Cyrille et Méthode des Slovaques de
rite byzantin au Canada, Loi constituant en société
Voir
Bill S-35

INDEX 51

Evidence—C0nt’d
Accused——Cont’d
Obligation to give the Crown notice of defence evidence, 59: 24,
27-9; 59A: 4-6, 7-9, 29; 65A: 20-1, 31-4; 66: 17-8, 48-9;
66A: l1;68A: 23-4, 121
Perjury, 36: 27; 62: 30; 65A: 37; 66: 19, 20; 66A: 10, 12; 68A: 146,
148-9, 152, 154, 158
Previous record, cross-examination on, 36: 13, 20, 23-4, 26-7, 28;
49: 8; 52: 14-5; 53: 7; 54A: 3, 4,8; 59A: 30-1; 62: 16; 65A: 21,
35-6; 66: 18- 9, 37, 49-50; 66A: 10; 68A: 135-42, 219-20
Right not to testify, 36: 23-4; 40: 20-1, 23-4; 53: 7; 59: 24;
59A: 4-6, 11-2; 66: 31-2; 66A: 9-10; 68A: 215-6
Right to a full and complete defence, 59A: 14-5; 65A: 33-4;
66: 31-2; 66A: 10-1
Rights, overview, 36: 10, 11; 49: 6, 9,19, 26-7, 28; 53: 6-9, 10;
63:22; 65A: 33-4; 66: 14, 20, 29-32, 36-7, 39, 52; 66A: 8-12;
68A: 30, 38,60
Self-serving statement, 34A: 6; 62: 27; 65A: 27-8; 68A: 68-9
Spouse as witness, competence and compellability, 36: 16-8;
40: 25-7; 52: 15; 54A: 7-8; 62: 16
Statement to person in authority
Confirmation by real evidence, 54A: 7; 59A: 12-3; 63: 21-3;
65A: 31; 68A: 93-4, 214-5
Truth of, no questioning on, 49: 8; 53: 7; 59A: 19; 66: 13;
68A: 88, 214
Voluntariness
Definition “voluntary”, 54A: 6; 59: 13-9; 59A: 17; 63: 23-4;
65A: 28-30; 66: 16-7; 68A: 63, 76-80, 89-92, 95-104,
212-3
Proof, 36: 12-6; 40: 24-5; 49: 9-11, 20; 52: 11-2; 53: 7; 59: 9,
11-3, 17-9; 59A: 15-9, 28; 62: 25-7; 65A: 27, 30-1; 66: 17,
28,30, 38; 66A: 7, 8-9, 12; 68A: 63-6, 75-6, 81-9, 92-104,
213-4
Admissibility, general rule, 36: 21; 40: 8-10, 23-4; 49: 12; 52: 15-7;
53: 13, 14; 54A: 3, 7,17; 59A: 7-9, 12-3; 62: 13; 63: 21-3;
65A: 18-20; 66: 16; 66A: 19-20; 68A: 59-63, 77-9, 93-104, 207-8
Alibi, 36: 13; 49: 27-8; 53: 7, 11-2; 54A: 7; 59: 24, 27-8; 59A: 4-6,
7-9; 65A: 21, 31-4; 66: 17-8, 48-9; 66A: 10, l1;68A: 120-1
Burden of proof
Accused, borne by, 36: 15, 16; 40: 13-4; 52: 13; 53: 6, 10-1;
54A: 2; 59A: 10-1; 65A: 17-8; 66: 14-6, 30, 51-2; 66A: 9;
68A: 8-21, 205
Circumstantial evidence, 66: 26-7; 66A: 6
Civil proceedings, 54A: 16-7; 63: 29-30; 66A: 19; 68A: 204-5
Insanity, 40: 14; 52: 15; 62: 16; 68A: 12, 13, 14
Character evidence
Character of accused in issue, 36: 20, 23, 24, 26-7; 53: 12; 54A: 4;
59: 23-9; 59A: 4-6, 7-10, 29-31; 62: 21; 65A: 20-2; 66: 16;
66A: 1 1; 68A: 23-7, 28-9, 208-9
Complainant, character traits, 49: 11-2; 52: 13-4; 53: 7; 54A: 3-4;
59A: 7, 30; 62: 17-24; 63: 15-6; 65A: 22-3; 66: 16; 66A: 10-1;
68A: 26-9, 209
Overview, 54A: 3-4; 59A: 29-31; 62: 17; 65A: 20-4
Charter of Rights and Freedoms, effect on admissibility, 36: 21;
40: 8-10, 23-4; 52: 16-7; 54A: 17; 59A: 12-3; 63: 22-3;
66A: 19-20; 68A: 79, 95-6
Circumstantial evidence, 54A: 2; 65A: 18; 66: 26-7, 38; 66A: 6
Co-accused, 36: 27, 28; 54A: 5-6; 59A: 24-5; 68A: 141-2, 212
Computer printouts of banking and business records
Admissibility
Foundation evidence
Affidavit evidence or oral evidence, 36: 14; 40: 17-8;
55: 13-9, 23; 55A: 7, 8,10—2, 13, 16; 65: 10-3, 14-5, 20-4;
65A: 12, 13; 67: 16-7
Computer expert or local official as witness, 36: 12, 14;
40:17-8; 55: 10-1, 15, 19-20, 24-5; 55A: 11-2, 13;
64: 9-10, 16-7, 18; 64: 7-9; 65: 24; 67: 15-6

Erven c. La Reine ([1979] I R.C.S. 926), 52: 12; 53: 7; 54A: 6; 66: 17;
68A: 286, 290-1, 424

Etats etrangers, immunité
Voir
Immunite des Etats etrangers

Etats-Unis
Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act
Bill S-19, comparaison avec
Apercu, 10:9-10
Definition «activite commerciale», 10: 7, 9-10, 18; ll: 15; 12: 6,
13
Execution dejugement, 12: 21
Historique, 10:6, 10, 23; 11:8
Voir aussi
Bill S-19

Etude de l’opinion de la population canadienne sur la criminalite,
Anthony N. Doob et Julian V. Roberts, Centre de criminologie,
University of Toronto

Donnees
Apercu et interpretation, 42A: 37-43
Origine et explication, 42A: 35-6
References, 38: 21; 39: 6-7, 20; 41: 26; 42: 24; 47A: 8
Tableaux

Dans quelle mesure le taux de crimes violents commis au Canada
se compare-t-il au taux enregistre aux Etats-Unis? (Tableau
2), 42A: 38, 41-2, 45

Estimation de la proportion de prisonniers liberes sous condition
avant l’expiration de leur peine (Tableau 8), 42A: 41, 42, 52

Estimation de la proportion des dirigeants de societes condamnes
pour infraction en matiere de pollution ou de fixation dc prix
(Tableau 7), 42A: 40-1, 51

Estimation de la proportion des personnes condamnees pour divers
crimes, contre qui une peine d’emprisonnement est prononcée
(Tableau 6), 42A: 40, 42, 50

Le nombre de meutres a-t-il augmenté, diminue ou est-il le meme
depuis l’abolition de la peine capitale? (Tableau 3), 42A: 38-9,
41 , 46-7

Perception de la proportion des personnes coupables de voies de
fait, d’effractions et de vols qualifies qui sont incarcerees
(Tableau 5), 42A: 39-40, 42, 49

Quel pourcentage de prisonniers liberes sous condition commet-
tent des crimes violents dans les trois annees suivant leur libe-
ration‘? (Tableau 4), 42A: 38, 39, 42, 48

Quel pourcentage des crimes commis au Canada comportent de la
violence? (Tableau 1), 42A: 38, 41, 42, 44

Europe, Conseil de
Voir
Conseil de l’Europe

Evidence, Sir Rupert Cross, 36: 14; 65A: 59

Ewaschuk, M. E.G., avocat general, Droit pénal, ministére de la Jus-
tice
Bill S-33
Discussion, 36: 12-4, 16, 18-28; 52: 23, 24, 25
Expose, 52: 9-15

Exportations, Loi sur l’expansion
Amendement propose; adopte, 7: 26-7

52 INDEX

Evidence~Cont’d
Computer printouts of banking and business records——Cont’d
Admissibility—C0nt’d
Foundation evidence—Cont’d
Content, criteria, 55: 8-9, 17-25; 55A: 4-6, 7, 13-6; 64: 12-3,

16-20; 65: 7-8, 9-14, 28-9; 65A: 7-9, 10-4; 66: 41, 42-3, ’

50; 67: 7, 8-14, 15-8; 67A: 7-9, 12-4, 15
Costs, 64: 10, 13, 16-7; 64A: 9
Current situation, jurisprudence, 55: 7-8, 11, 20, 21, 22-3,
24-5; 55A: 4-7, 17; 64: 12-3, 19; 65: 7-8, 10, 19; 67: 13-4;
67A: 3, 9,14
Federal-Provincial Task Force on Uniform Rules of Evi-
dence, recommendations, 55: 10-1, 20, 21-2, 26;
55A: 14-5, 16
Original “…reflects accurately…”, 36: 12; 55: 8; 55A: 6-7;
64: 5-7, 8-10, 12-3, 15-9; 64A: 2-4, 6-9; 65: 10, 14, 17,28;
65A: 6-7; 66: 50; 67: 19-20
Record, definition, 66:41, 43;67: 6-7, 18; 67A: 3-7, 11-2, 15
Security of computer system, risk to, 36: 12; 55: 9-10, 19,
20-1, 22-3; 55A: 8-10, 11, 13; 64: 9; 64A: 7; 65: 9, 10,
13-4, 21, 24-6, 28-9; 65A: 11; 67: 18-9; 67A: 6, 13-4
United Kingdom, comparison, 55: 11, 18, 20, 22; 55A: 15-6;
64: 13, 17
Original or copy, 55: 12; 55A: 4-6, 16-7; 64: 12-4, 20; 65: 7-8,
10, 13, 27-8; 65A: 10; 66: 43-4; 67: 17
Records created at time of litigation, 67: 7-9, 17, 18; 67A: 9-11,
14
Reliability of contents
Banking records, 55: 6-7, 10-1, 13-9, 23-4; 55A: 3-4, 8, 10-1,
13; 64: 10-1, 15; 64A: 9-10; 65: 5-10, 11-4, 18, 20-1, 24-30;
65A: 9, 11-2; 66: 41, 42;67:10,11
Business records, 64: 7-8, 10-1, 14-5, 16-7; 64A: 5-6, 9-10;
65: 8-9, 13-4, 29; 66: 41-2; 67: 10
Defence, right to challenge, 55: 13-9; 64: 14-5; 65: 7, 9,11-4,
17-22, 24, 28-9; 65A: 13
Paper records, comparison, 40: 17; 55: 6-7, 10-1, 13-5, 17;
55A: 3-4, 8, 10-1, 13; 64: 8, 10, 14-5; 64A: 5-6; 65: 6, 7;
65A: 13
Weight, probative value, 55: 15, 17; 64: 14-5, 16-7, 19-20; 65: 7,
18, 20; 65A: 7
Corroboration, 40: 22; 49: 21; 53: 6; 54A: 8; 62: 25; 65A: 36-8;
66: 19-20; 66A: 20; 68A: 142-4, 220-1
Cross-examination of accused on previous record, 36: 13, 20, 23-4,
26-7, 28; 49: 8; 52: 14-5; 53: 7; 54A: 3, 4,8; 59A: 30-1; 62: 16;
65A: 21, 35-6; 66: 18-9, 37, 49-50; 66A: 10; 68A: 135-42, 219-20
Decision making powers, 68A: 175-86
Disclosure of government information, 68A: 197-8, 224
Examination for discovery, 49: 14; 52: 19; 66: 35; 66A: 18
Examining witnesses for other jurisdictions, 68A: 187-93
Expert
Assessor, 49: 13; 52: 18
Civil proceedings, 66A: 20; 68A: 35-6
Court appointed, 36: 25; 40: 18; 49: 13-4, 27; 52: 17-8; 59A: 32;
68A: 31-6
Handwriting, 54A: 4-5, 18
Non-expert opinion evidence, 54A: 18; 68A: 35
Opinion evidence on an ultimate issue, 54: 10-1; 54A: 18
Written opinions, 36: 25; 40: 7-8; 49: 13, 27; 52: 17
Foreign law, 68A: 177-80, 223
Formal admissions, 52: 15; 54A: 2-3; 66: 29; 66A: 7-8, 19; 68A: 21
Handwriting, 54A: 4-5, 18
Hearsay
Declarant
Availability, 52: 18-9; 54A: 5, 23-4; 59A: 21-2; 66: 10-1;
68A: 43-9
Credibility, 54A: 26; 59A: 21 , 22, 27-8; 66: 11; 68A: 45, 47-9

Faggiolo, M. G., conseiller juridique, Section de la consultation et du
droit administratif, ministére de la Justice
Bill C-141, 51: 13, 14, 16, 17, 19, 21-2, 23

Faulkner, Mme Carol, directeur administratif, Societe Elizabeth Fry
d’Ottawa, Association canadienne des sociétés Elizabeth Fry
Bill S-32, 39: 14, 17,21

Federalism and the Regulatory Process, Richard V. Schultz, 34: 9

Federation des nations indiennes de la Saskatchewan
Accord constitutionnel de 1983, commentaires, 69: 65, 67, 68;
69A: 6
Autonomie politique, definition et interpretation, 69: 50, 51-7,
59-65, 70-2, 83; 69A: 7-10
Charte des droits et libertés, interpretation, 69: 68-70
Information de base, 69: 55; 69A: 12-3
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution
Evaluation, 69: 65-8
Memoire, 69A: 6-13

Femmes battues, 27: 10, 14-7, 43, 44

Femmes indiennes et la Loi sur les Indiens, Sous-comité de la Cham-
bre des communes, 70:45, 58; 76A: 6, 10, 11

Fete du Canada, Comité national
Sondages ct recommandations, 26: 83-4, 86, 90, 91, 93, 95, 96-7

Fete du Canada, titre propose pour le ler juillet

Acceptation et utilisation, 26: 45-6, 48, 54-5

Australia Day, comparaison, 26: 22-3, 54, 70

Canada, evolution en tant que nation, 26: 34, 35, 71-2, 76, 87-8
Evaluation comme nom, 26: 27, 28, 37, 53, 54

Gallup, Sondages, 26: 12-4, 27, 39, 48, 49, 50,82, 83-4, 86, 87, 90-1,

93-4, 98-100; 27: 7
Identité canadienne, 26: 47, 50-1, 61-3, 64-6

Multiculturalisme, aspect, 26: 43-4, 45, 46-7, 48-9, 61-2, 63, 64-5,

67

Symboles et institutions, canadianisation, 26: 38-40, 50, 56-7, 62-3,

65, 85-6, 87-8, 98-100
Voir aussi
Bill C-201
Fete du Dominion, remplacement par Fete du Canada, proposition

Fete du Dominion, Loi, S.C. 1879, 42 Victoria, chap. 47, 26: 15, 25,

33, 92, 98

Fete du Dominion, remplacement par Fete du Canada, proposition
Alternatives suggérees, 26: 26, 34, 36, 41, 43, 46, 72-3
Aspect politique, evaluation, 26: 27, 28, 31, 37, 42,60, 65
Correspondance recue, 26: 10-2, 39, 76, 82-3, 86-7; 27: 7
«Dominion»
Francais, traduction, 26: 24-6, 41
Interpretation

Connotations, implications, 26: 17, 18, 19-20, 23, 32, 44-5, 52,

56, 58, 66, 70, 74,98
Terme génerique, 26: 33, 34, 36
Origine
Aspect religieux, 26: 18, 53, 66, 74-5, 76

Interpretation monarchique, 26: 18, 29, 30, 32, 51, 52, 53,

57-60, 86
Mot emprunte de la langue francaise, 26: 25, 52, 70

INDEX 53

Evidence——Cont’d
1-Iearsay——Cont’d
Dec1arant——Cont’d
Unavailability, 52: 18, 19; 54A: 5, 24-5, 26; 59A: 22-4, 27-8;
62: 28-30; 63: 24-6; 65A: 24-6; 66: 11-3, 47-8; 68A: 50-7,
210-2
Overview, 40: 8; 49: 14; 52: 11, 18-9; 54: 7, 8,10; 54A: 5-6, 15, 16,
22-8; 59A: 20-8; 63: 13, 25-6; 66: 8-9, 25; 66A: 6, 11-2, 19-20;
68A: 39-42, 209-12
See also below Statements
Insanity
Burden of proof, 40: 14; 52: 15; 62: 16; 68A: 12, 13, 14
Test, 40: 14-6
Interpreters and translators, 66A: 20
Judges
Accused’s failure to testify, comment on, 36: 12, 13, 20-1, 22-5;
40: 20-1, 22-3; 53: 6; 54A: 3; 59A: 11-2; 62: 28; 66A: 9, 10;
68A: 36-8, 215-6
Calling witnesses in civil proceedings, 54A: 19; 65A: 34; 66A: 20;
68A: 123, 216
Discretion to exclude evidence, 36: 21; 40: 8-10, 23-4; 49: 12;
52:15-7; 53: 13, 14; 54A: 3, 7,17; 59A: 7-9, 12-3; 62: 13;
63: 21-3; 65A: 18-20; 66: 16; 66A: 19-20; 68A: 59-63, 77-9,
93-104, 207-8
Expert, power to appoint, 36: 25; 40: 18; 49: 13-4, 27; 52: 17-8;
59A: 32; 68A: 31-6
Right to call witnesses in criminal proceedings, 59: 7-9; 59A: 31-2;
65A: 34; 66A: 20; 68A: 123, 216
Judicial notice, 40: 19, 20, 22; 54A: 17; 66A: 16, 19; 68A: 21-2,
206-7
Opinion evidence, overview, 68A: 30-6
See also above Expert
Presumptions
Innocence, 36: 20-1, 22-3; 53: 10; 59: 24; 59A: 4-6, 10, 11; 62: 27;
65A: 18, 27; 66: 14-6, 30-1, 38, 52; 66A: 8-9
Overview, 63: 29; 68A: 206-7, 221
Previous court proceedings, 52: 15; 54A: 27; 62: 16; 65A: 24;
66A: 19; 68A: 112-20, 215
Previous record, cross-examination of accused on, 36: 13, 20, 23-4,
26-7, 28; 49: 8; 52: 14-5; 53: 7; 54A: 3, 4,8; 59A: 30-1; 62: 16;
65A: 21, 35-6; 66: 18-9, 37, 49-50; 66A: 10; 68A: 135-42, 219-20
Privilege
Communications
Doctor and patient, 40: 10, 27; 68A: 160-2
Priest and penitent, 40: 10-1
Solicitor and client, 36: 20; 65A: 19; 66: 50
Spouses, 36: 18; 40: 27; 52: 15; 54A: 8; 65A: 18; 66: 13;
66A: 20; 68A: 162-75
Previous testimony, protection against use of, 36: 21-2, 27;
59A: 22; 62: 30-1; 65A: 39; 66A: 12, 20; 68A: 145-60, 223
Psychiatric assessment, 49: 8; 52: 15; 53: 7; 66: 13; 68A: 160-2
Privity, 49: 14; 52: 19
Real evidence, 54: 8; 54A: 7, 22; 59A: 12-3; 63: 21-3; 65A: 31;
68A: 93-4, 214-5
Records
Authentication, 68A: 221-2
Business records, 53: 14, 18; 54A: 8, 22; 65A: 38-9; 66A: 19;
68A: 222
Microfilm, 55: 12; 55A: 4; 67: 8, 9,11, 13, 14, 18; 67A: 2, 7
See also above Computer printouts of banking and business
records
Rules of
Provinces, adoption, 36: 8-9, 27-8; 49: 17-8, 22, 25, 29-30, 32;
52:20, 22-5; 61: 14-6; 66: 18, 21-4, 30-1, 33-6, 37-9, 47;
66A: 3-4, 12-5, 18-20; 68A: 204
Reform, 39: 6; 49: 19, 21, 24-6, 27, 31; 53: 13, 14, 16, 18; 54: 7,
8,13, 14; 54A: 14, 15; 63: 21, 29-30; 66: 46

Fete du Dominion, remplacement par Fete du Canada, proposition——
Suite
«Dominion»—~Suite
Origine—Suz‘te
Peres de la Confédération, choix, 26: 17-8, 26, 33, 45, 47-8, 52,
58-9, 60, 62, 66, 70, 74, 76, 77, 98
Perspective historique
Empire britannique/Commonwealth, utilisation, 26: 19, 21, 33,
36, 52
Heritage britannique, 26: 24, 29-30, 33, 41, 47, 50, 51, 52,
57-8, 59-60, 63 .
Lois constitutionnelles, 26: 16-7, 21-2, 25-6, 31-4, 36-7, 39-41,
56-8, 62, 64, 69-72, 76
Mot canadien, 26: 19, 21,24, 32-3, 36,40,43, 54, 66
Symbole de la creation du Canada en tant que nation, 26: 16-7,
18, 26, 28
Titre officiel du pays, 26: 16, 20-1, 31-2, 33-4, 36-7, 39, 47-8,
69-70
Tradition, 26: 27, 28, 29, 30-1, 35-6, 43, 68, 70-1

Gallup, Sondages, 26: 12-4, 27, 39, 48,49, 50, 82, 83-5, 86, 87, 90-1,

93-4, 98-100; 27: 7

Gouvernement du Canada, utilisation, 26: 21, 31-2, 34-5, 40, 41-2,

55

Heritage frangais dans l’histoire canadienne, 26: 24, 33, 52, 57-8,

59-60, 69
Identité canadienne, 26: 51, 73

Loi de la fete du Dominion, S.C. 1879,42 Victoria, chap. 47,26: 15,

25, 33, 92, 98
Multiculturalisme, aspect, 26: 27, 30, 53-4
Voir aussi
Bill C-201
Fete du Canada, titre propose pour le ler juillet

Film, Loi nationale
Amendement propose; adopte, 7: 10, 45

Finance
Bil] S-31, article concernant, citation, 34: 65

Flynn, honorable Jacques, sénateur (Rougemont)

Bill C-26, 2: 14, 16-9, 20,21

Bill C-34, 9: 6, 7-8, 9,10, 11, 13, 14, 16, 17-21, 22

Bill C-45, 15: 8, 9,11

Bill C-53, teneur, 25: 6-8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14

Bill C-127, teneur, 27: 34, 40, 44-5, 46, 49

Bill C-130
Ordre de renvoi, 50: 6, 7,8
Procedure, 50: 20, 21, 22, 23
Rapport au Senat, redaction, 50: 23, 24, 25
Resolutions negatives, procedure relative

Bill C-102, comparaison, 50: 8-9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 21-2
Senat, réle, 50:6, 7,8, l0-1, 15, 16-7, 18, 19, 24

Bill C-14], 51:11-3,14,15,16

Bill C-201, teneur
Compte rendu, exemplaires additionnels, 27: 7
«Dominion», interpretation, 26: 33, 34, 35
Fete du Dominion/Fete du Canada, sondages Gallup, 26: 93, 94
Heritage frangais dans l’histoire canadienne, 26: 59, 60
Interpretation, 26: 97
Loi de la fete du Dominion, SC. 1879, 26: 92
Modifications corrélatives, 26: 83, 94, 95, 96
Procedure, 26: 17, 42, 73
Rapport au Sénat, preparation, 26: 81, 94, 95, 103

Bill S-16, 8:8,9,10-1, 12, 13,14

54 INDEX

Flynn, honorable Jacques, senateur(Rougemont)——Suite
Bill S-19

Evidence—Corzt ’d
Rules of~—Com »d

Uniformity, 36: 7, 8,9, 13-4; 40: 5-7, 16-7; 49: 21-2, 25, 28-30;
52: 20; 53: 5, 9,10, 13, 14, 18; 54A: 8
Similar facts, 36: 19-20, 24, 28; 52: ll, 14; 59: 25-6; 61: 6; 63: 30;
66: 29; 66A: 8
Spouse of accused
Communications between spouses, privilege, 36: 18; 40: 27;
52: 15; 54A: 8; 65A: 18; 66: 13; 66A: 20; 68A: 162-75
Compellability as witness, 36: 17-8; 40: 25, 26; 52: 15; 62: 16
Competence as witness, 36: 16-8; 40: 26, 27; 52: 15; 54A: 7-8;

62: 16
Witness
Defence, for, 36: 17-8; 40:25, 26, 27; 52: 15; 62: 16
Prosecution, for, 36: 16-8; 40: 25-6, 27; 54A: 7-8

Statements
Accused, to person in authority
Confirmation by real evidence, 54A: 7; 59A: 12-3; 63: 21-3;
65A: 31; 68A: 93-4, 214-5
Truth of, no questioning on, 49: 8; 53: 7; 59A: 19; 66: 13;
68A: 88, 214
Voluntariness
Definition “voluntary”, 54A: 6; 59: 13-9; 59A: 17; 63: 23-4;
65A: 28-30; 66: 16-7; 68A: 63, 76-80, 89-92, 95-104,
212-3
Proof, 36: 12-6; 40: 24-5; 49: 9-11, 20; 52: 11-2; 53: 7; 59: 9,
11-3, 17-9; 59A: 15-9, 28; 62: 25-7; 65A: 27, 30-1; 66: 17,
28, 30, 38; 66A: 7, 8-9, 12; 68A: 63-6, 75-6, 81-9, 92-104,
213-4
Admissibility without proof of voluntariness of certain statements,
59: 9-19; 59A: 15-7, 25-7; 62: 27-8; 65A: 27-8; 66: 17;
68A: 66-75
Agent or employee, of, 54: 12-3; 54A: 26; 59A: 25
Dying declarations, 54A: 5; 68A: 53-4
Previous statements, 53: 7; 54A: 21-2, 24, 28; 59A: 13-5, 22, 28-9;
62: 31; 65A: 35; 66: 10-1; 66A: 11-2, 20; 68A: 43-9, 131-4,
218-9
Res gestae, 53: 7; 54A: 6; 59: 10; 59A: 15-6; 62: 27-8; 65A: 27;
66: 17; 66A: 8, 9; 68A: 66-73, 212, 213
Self-serving statement by accused, 54A: 6; 62: 27; 65A: 27-8;
68A: 68-9
Spontaneous statement made in direct reaction to a startling
event, 59: 10-1, 12-4; 59A: 15-6, 26-7; 62: 26-8; 68A: 75
Statement against interest, 59A: 23-4; 65A: 24-6; 66: 13;
68A: 56-7, 210, 211-2 ‘

«Activité commerciale», definition, 10: 10, 15, 16, 17; ll: 6, 8-9,
11, 20; 12: 10, ll, 12, 13, 14; 13:7
Application aux provinces, 11: 13, 21-2; 13:7
Banque centrale etrangere, biens, ll: 20
Examen article par article, 13: 9
Jugement
Amplification, ll: 16
Execution, ll: 10; 13: 8
Lettre du ministere de la Justice 5 M. du Plessis au sujet des
baux, 13: 7
Temoin, disponibilite, 10: 5

Bill S-24

Bill de finances, definition comme, ct consequences possibles,
24: 7-8, 9, 10, 12

Justice, ministere, opinions juridiques, 24: 16, 17

Opinion juridique independante de celle du ministere de la Jus-
tice, 24: 16

Parlement, procédure, bills de subsides, 24: 12, 14, 15

Procedure, 24: 6

Rapport au Senat, 24: 15, 16, 17, 18

Sénat, adoption de lois semblables, 24: 8, 9,12, 13

Bill S-31, teneur

Amendements, 33: 53-4, 55, 56, 57
Article 7, 33: 26-7
Caisse de depét et placement du Quebec
Assemblée nationale, responsabilite, 28: 20, 21; 30: 25, 26;
31: 11,22;33: 54, 56;34:20, 23,24, 27, 31-3, 88
BP Canada, actions, 30: 26, 27
Po1itique,28:20, 28; 30: 25, 26; 31: 18-9; 33: 54, 55
Canadien Pacifique Limitée, 30: 22, 38; 31:20
Etude, procedure, 28: 6-7, 8; 29: 8, 10; 30: 40; 33: 46, 47
Gouvernement, intervention dans le secteur prive, 33: 22-3
Gouvernement federal, consultation avec les gouvernements pro-
vinciaux, 34: 66, 67, 68, 69
Historique, origines, 28: 17, 18, 20, 21; 30: 22; 31: 19-22; 33: 21,
26:34:69, 70-1, 72, 89,90
Introduction au Senat, 28: 16, 17,22
Motion, 29: 5
Portee, 30:24, 25; 33: 21-2, 59; 34: 22
Procedure, 28: 15, 22, 23, 24, 27, 29, 30, 39, 41; 30: 32, 43, 55;
31: 23, 33, 34, 35; 33: 15, 17, 59; 34: 26, 56, 59, 61, 93
Québec, reaction, 33: 54, 55; 34: 64-5, 87, 91
Societes, reglementation féderale, applicabilite, 28: 18-9, 20;
30:23, 24, 30; 33: 25, 26; 34: 22, 75, 83, 84, 94

S b d – : _ , Bill S-32, 32: 20,2I;37: 17
tatement y person engage 11′} common purpose, 54A 5 6, BmS’33,52:5’8,24_5

59A: 24-5; 68A: 212 , , , , _ , ,
Statement made in course of duty, police officer’s notes, 54A: 5; Golgeffgrg’ lhonorable senateur’ dcmlsslon comme President‘
T k. 59A;d23; 62: 28-h30; ’63; 65A: 24; 66: 47-8; 68A: 55, 210-1 Présigent, élection, 26: 9_1O
vjmllréiszlgl ence in Oi erjuns 1CU0ns’68A’ 194-6 Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur, 70: 22-5,
Calling and questioning’ 54: 11; 54A: 18’ I9’ 20’ 21; 65A: 34; «Pro2p7os3i(t)io3n2s \5/is:iit6e6c£i),rZilg<e2i », 7‘lStatuts revises du Canada de 1970
66‘ l8=31’2‘“A‘9’”’2°?°8A‘ m’3″216’8 et certaines lois posterielt-lres» 7:17-20 22 24 25 26 28-9
Children, 40: 22; 49: 21; 65A: 37-8; 66: 20 31″,“ 3940 ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’
Court’s power to call, 54A: 19; 59: 7-9; 59A: 31-2; 65A: 34; ’ ’
66A: 20; 68A: 123,216
Credibility, 54A: 8; 59A: 14-5, 27-8; 62: 31; 65A: 35, 39; 66A: 10,
ll, 12, 20; 68A: 135-44, 155-8, 219-20
Previous statements, 53: 7; 54A: 21-2, 24, 28; 59A: 13-5, 22, 28-9;
62: 31; 65A: 35; 66: 10-1; 66A: 11-2, 20; 68A: 43-9, 131-4,
218-9
Protection against use of previous testimony, 36: 21-2, 27;
59A: 22; 62: 30-1; 65A: 39; 66A: 12, 20; 68A: 145-60, 223
Refreshing memory, 52: 15; 54: 11-2; 54A: 21; 62: 17; 66A: 20; Foreign Sovereign ImmunitiesAct (Etats-Unis)
68A: 129, 218 Voir sous Etats-Unis

Fonds de pension du Canada
Caisse de depet et placement du Québec, comparaison, 30: 7-8, 10,
18,19,20,21,28;3]:10,12,13,27;33:49

INDEX 55

Evidence—Cont’d
Witnesses—Cont’a’
Spouse of accused, competence and compellability, 36: 16-8;

40: 25-7; 52: 15; 54A: 7-8; 62: 16
Unavailability, admissibility of prior evidence, 59A: 13-5, 29
See also above Expert

Evidence, Sir Rupert Cross, 36: 14; 65A: 20

Ewaschuk, E. G., General Counsel, Criminal Law, Department of Jus-
tice
Bill S-33
Discussion, 36: 12-4, 16, 18-28; 52: 23, 24, 25
Statement, 52: 9-15

Export Development Act
Amendment proposed; carried, 7: 26-7

External Affairs Canada
Bill S-19, agreement to motion of the Honourable Senator Des-
chatelets re publication of information, 13: 9
Canadian claims against foreign states, 10: 8-9, 12-3, 14, 20-1;
11: 16;13:7-8
Foreign states’ claims against Canada, 10: 22-3
Parking tickets, policy
Canadian diplomats abroad, 10: 25
Foreign diplomats in Ottawa, 10: 24
See also
Bill S-19
Diplomatic and Consular Privileges and Immunities Act
Immunity of foreign states

Faggiolo, G., Counsel, Advisory and Administrative Law Section,
Department of Justice
Bill C-141, 51: 13, 14,16, 17,19, 21-2, 23

Family Allowances Act
Amendment proposed; carried, 7: 27

Farm Products Marketing Agencies Act
Amendments proposed; carried, 7: 27-30

Faulkner, Carol, Executive Director, Elizabeth Fry Society of
Ottawa, Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies
Bill S-32, 39: 14, 17,21

Federal Court Act
Section 28 (1) —— Review of decisions of federal board, commission
or other tribunal, 57: 18, 19, 23
Section 48 —-— How proceeding against Crown instituted, 2: 17

Federal-Provincial Task Force on Uniform Rules of Evidence

Computer evidence, admissibility, criteria, 55: 10-1, 21-2, 26;
55A: 14-5, 16

Members and participants, 36: 7, 9,12-3; 49: 22; 52: 6-7; 54A: 15;
59A: 3; 63: 31

Report, 36: 8, 29; 49: 10-1, 21-2, 28; 52: 20; 61: 6, 12, 17; 62: 14;
63: 13-4, 28-30, 31-3; 66: 10, 13, 34; 68A: 203

See also
Murray, I-Ion. Mr. Justice George L.
Uniform Law Conference of Canada

Forsey, honorable Eugene, Royal Commonwealth Society
Bill C-201, teneur
Discussion, 26: 32-42
Expose, 26: 14-27

Farsythe c. La Reine ([1980] 2 R.C.S. 268), 25: 18; 27:47, 50

Fort Nelson, bande des Indiens
Voir
Indiens de Fort Nelson, bande

Fortier, M. Yves, c.r., président, Association du Barreau canadien
Bill S-33
Discussion, 66: 13,20-1,33-4,36, 40, 45-6, 49, 51-2
Expose, 66: 5-8

Fortin, M. Jacques, Barreau du Québec
Bill S-33
Discussion, 66: 36, 51-2
Expose, 66: 24-32

Fowler, M. Robert, directeur, Services juridiques, Societe canadienne
d’hypothéques et de logement
«Propositions visant a corriger… Statuts revises du Canada de 1970
et certaines lois posterieures», 6: 23; 7: 17-9

Fraternité nationale des Indiens du Canada
Bill C-26
Amendements proposes
Comptes fiduciaires, registres remis, 2: 18
Titres autochtones aux terres, ressources naturelles, 2: 11, 12,
13
Amendements proposes, accord
Application limitee, 2: 12, 14
Article 12 —-— Arbitrage, 2: 11, 13, 15
Interpretation, 2: 9-10, 12
Droit des bandes indiennes 5 l’arbitrage, 2: 10-1, 13, 14-5, 17-8
Droits autochtones, commentaires sur position historique
Affaires indiennes et du Nord Canada, 2: 9-10
Colombie-Britannique, gouvernement, 2: 9, 20
Responsabilite fiduciaire, commentaires sur la position d’Affaires
indiennes et du Nord Canada, 2: 10-1, 15-8, 19, 20
Voir aussi
Indiens de Fort Nelson, bande

Frith, honorable Royce, sénateur (Lanark)

Bill C-45
Discours au Senat, deuxieme lecture, citation, 15: 7
Discussion, 15: 10-1

Bill C-53, teneur, 25:7, 8-9

Bill C-61, 19:21

Bill C-127, teneur
Accusations non justifiees, 27: 30-1
CNA, recommandations, 27: 34, 35
Consentement, 27: 19, 20
Croyance honnete quant au consentement, 27: 22, 27-8
Defense, moyens, 27: 31, 32, 33
Jeunes personnes, 27: 41
Plaignant, comportement sexuel anterieur, 27: 49, 50-1
Procedures, declaration sommaire de culpabilité ou mise en accu-

sation, 27:29, 30, 41

Statistiques, 27: 28, 29

Bill C-130
But, 50: 1 1-2
Ordre de renvoi, 50: 6, 7,8

56 INDEX

Federalism and the Regulatory Process, Richard V. Schultz, 34: 9 Frith, honorable Royce, sénateur (Lanark)—Suite
Bill C-130—Suite
Procedure, 50: 20
Rapport au Senat
Motion, 50: 12, 14
Redaction, 50: 8, 14-5, 23, 24, 25

Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations
Background information, 69: 55; 69A: 12-3
Charter of Rights and Freedoms, interpretation, 69: 68-70
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983

Brief’ 69A, 643 Resolutions negatives, procedure relative
EVa1uat;on,59,65_8 Bill C-102, comparaison, 50:9, 10, ll, 12, 14
Constitutional Accord, 1983, comments, 69:65, 67, 68; 69A: 6 SéI1at,r6le, 50: 7, 8,12, 14, 15, 18
Self-government, definition and interpretation, 69: 50, 51-7, 59-65, Blll C-l4l. 511 6, l4-5. 19» 23. 25. 27
70-2, 83; 69A: 7-l0 Bill C-20l, teneur

Constitution, Ligue monarchiste, position, 26: 57
Finance «Dominion», interpretation, 26: 32-3, 60
Bi” 5.31, article concerning, quotation, 34, 65 Fete du Dominion/Fete du Canada, sondages Gallup, 26: 12, 13
Modifications corrélatives, 26: 96
Procedure, 26: 42, 44, 54, 73, 103

Fisheries Act Rapport au Senat, preparation, 26: 81

Amendment proposed; carried, 7: 30-2 Bill S-16, 8: 8, 12-3, 14

Section 71 —- Application of Act to Her Majesty, 15: 6 Bin 3.31, tenwr

Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec, 30: 26; 34: 20, 54, 55,
62, 66

F’Y“ »’ H° »- Ja°‘l“ »5’ S »““‘°’ (R°“g°’“°“‘l Canadien Pacifique Limitée, 33: 12, 15, 21

Bill C-26, 2: 14, 16-9, 20, 21
Bill C-34, 9: 6, 7-8, 9,10, 11, 13, 14,16, 17-21, 22
Bill C-45, 15:8, 9,11

Constitutionnalite, 34: 38
Etude, procedure, 26: 6, 7,8; 33: 45, 46, 47

Bill C-53, subject-matter, 25: 6-8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 M°“°F- 29‘ 5 , ,
Bill C-127, subject-matter, 27: 34, 40, 44-5, 46, 49 Ontario. eouvemcmenl» reaction» 29= 6
Bil] (3-130 Procedure, 28: 28, 31, 33; 30: 12, 34, 56; 31: 25; 33: 9, 18; 34: 6,
Negative resolution procedures 34, 70, 72; 471 7
Bill C-102, comparison, 50: 8-9, 10, I2, 13, 14, 21-2 Quebec, gouvernement, reaction, interpretation, 30: 46, 47, 48-9,
Senate role, 50: 6, 7,8, 10-1, 15, 16-7, 18, 19,24 50, 51
Old » Of R°f°l9ll°°s 505 6s 7-3 Societes, reglementation federale, applicabilite, 29: 11; 30: 60;
Procedure, 50: 20, 21, 22, 23 34: 32
Report to Senate, drafting, 50: 23, 24, 25 – – – – , , , _
Bi“ G14!’ 51: 116’ 14,15’ 16 Bil‘!/(S)t-C3,2dl‘O1td6, limitation, 31. 29,33. 20 1

Bill C-201, subject-matter
Consequential amendments, 26: 83, 94, 95, 96
“Dominion”, interpretation, 26: 33, 34, 35

Amendements proposes par le solliciteur general, recevabilite,
58: 15; 60: 10-2, 20, 22-6, 28-34

Dominion Day Act, s.c. 1879,26: 92 M030“, 47= 5- 7: 60= 4- 6-8» 32-4
Dominion Day/Canada Day, Gallup polls, 26: 93, 94 Procédure, 45: 6, 25, 27; 60: 5. 35
French heritage in Canadian history, 26: 59, 60 Surveillance obligatoire
Interpretation, 26: 97 Detenus
Procedurfi, 26: l7, 42, 73 Delinquants dangereux ou potentiellement dangereux,
Proceedings, additional copies, 27: 7 45: 17-8, 22-3, 30-1, 44; 47: 8, 11-3, 15; 60: 6-8, 36
B_lll?§P<13gt :30 E6331‘; 1Prfgar1a3ll<;I;a 26= 31- 94- 95: 103 Reduction de peine, 32: 20; 45: 44-9; 47: 29; 60: 36
,_,,,,-,,, __
Bi” S_19 Ré-§l;:::il;S[:0;1;tn?l‘I31-6;l1ate, 60. 6 8, 36
Application to provinces, ll: 13, 21-2; 13: 7 Bi“ S_33 ’ ‘

Bank, assets of foreign central, ll: 20

Clause by clause examination 13: 9 Application an Québec’ 52: 23’ 25

«Commercial activity», definition’ 10; 10’ 15, 16, 17; 11: 6, 8_9, Association des banquiers canadiens,amendements, 55:25
11’ 20; 12: 10, 11, 12, 13, 14; 13; 7 Association du Barreau canadien, memoire, 49: 24-8
Judgement Commission de reforme du droit, Code sur la preuve, 52: 10
Execution of, 11: 10; 13: 8 Declarations de l’accuse, recevabilite, 59: 11-3, 15
Extension of, 11: 16 Definition, enonce le islatif ou code, 59: 19, 20
Letter from Justice Department to Mr. du Plessis re leases, 13: 7 Expats, 52; 13 g
_Wlm°55 amllabllllyv 10: 5 Imprimes d’ordinateur, recevabilite, 55: 8, 9,16, 17, 22, 24-5
Bl“ S’_24 _ _ Juges, citation des temoins, 59: 8
Justice Department, legal opinions, 24: 16, 17 Preuve dc moramé’ 52: 14; 59: 24_9

Legal opinion independent of that of Justice Department, 24: 16 P 0 ,d 59_ 30
Money bill, definition as, and possible consequences, 24: 7-8, 9, r 0? um’ , ‘ ,
10’ I2 Provinces, reaction, 49: 29-30

Parliamentary procedure, supply bills, 24: 12, 14, 15 Rédacllolb 49‘ 30’“ 52‘ 215 59‘ 23

procedure, 24; 6 President, élection, procedure, 26: 9, 79, 80
Report to senate, 24; 15, 15, 17, 1g Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur, 70: 17, ,
Senate adoption of similar bills, 24: 8, 9,12, 13 22-4, 27-9, 31-5, 47, 51-2, 78 3

INDEX 57

Flynn, Hon. Jacques, Senator (Rougemont)—Cont’d
Bill S-31, subject-matter ‘
Amendments, 33: 53-4, 55, 56, 57
Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec
BP Canada shares, 30: 26, 27
National Assembly, responsibility of, 28: 20, 21; 30: 25, 26;
31: ll, 22; 33: 54, 56; 34: 20, 23, 24, 27, 31-3, 88
Policy, 28: 20, 28; 30: 25, 26; 31: 18-9; 33: 54, 55
Canadian Pacific Limited, 30: 22, 38; 31: 20
Clause 7, 33: 26-7
Corporations, federal regulations, applicability, 28: 18-9, 20;
30:23, 24, 30;33:25, 26;34: 22,75, 83, 84, 94
Federal government, consultations with provincial governments,
34: 66, 67, 68, 69
Government intervention in the private sector, 33: 22-3
Historical background, origins, 28: 17, 18, 20, 21; 30: 22;
31: 19-22; 33: 21, 26; 34: 69, 70-1, 72, 89, 90
Introduction in Senate, 28: 16, 17, 22
Motion, 29: 5
Procedure, 28: 15, 22, 23, 24, 27, 29, 30, 39, 41; 30: 32, 43, 55;
31:23, 33,34, 35; 33: l5, I7, 59; 34: 26, 56, 59, 61,93
Quebec, reaction, 33: 54, 55; 34: 64-5, 87, 91
Scope, 30: 24, 25; 33: 21-2, 59; 34: 22
Study, procedure, 28: 6-7, 8; 29: 8, 10; 30: 40; 33:46, 47
Bill S-32, 32: 20, 21; 37: 17
Bill S-33, 52: 5, 8,24-5
Chairman, election, 26: 9-10
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter,
70: 22-5, 27-30, 32-5, 54-6, 69, 71-2, 74
Goldenberg, the Honourable Senator, resignation as Chairman,
26: I0
“Proposals to correct… Revised Statutes of Canada, 1970, and other
Acts…”, 7: 17-20, 22, 24,25, 26, 28-9, 31, 32-4, 39-40

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Act
Amendment by House of Commons Committee to amendment pro-
posed, 6: 6-7; 7: 32-4
Amendment proposed; carried, 6: 6-7; 7: 32-4

Food and Drugs Act
Amendment proposed; carried, 7: 34

Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (United States)
See under United States

Foreign states, immunity
See
Immunity of foreign states

Forsey, Hon. Eugene, Royal Commonwealth Society
Bill C-201, subject-matter
Discussion, 26: 32-42
Statement, 26: 14-27

Forsytlze v. The Queen ([1980] 2 S.C.R. 268), 25: 18; 27: 47, 50

Fort Nelson Indian Band
Agreement

Date of signing, 2: 7

Discussion
Article 6 (6) —— Amount of payment, 2: 9
Article 8 — Books and Records, 2: 16, 18
Article 12 — Arbitration, 2: 15
Article 18 — Amendments, 2: 7
Schedule A — Band Council Resolution, 2: 14

Frye, Northrop, citation, 26: 61-2, 66

G.A. Barber & Sons Limited
Voir
Barber, G.A., & Sons Limited

G.A. Barber & Sons Limited …, Loi reconstituant la société
Voir
Bill S-21

Gagnon, M. Roger, Montilac Ltée et Socam Ltée, pétitionnaire
Bill S-13, 4: 10, 11-2

Gamble, M. Alvin, Baptist Joint Committee on Public Life in Canada
Bill C-201, teneur
Discussion, 26: 80
Expose, 26: 73-5

Gauley, M. D.E., c.r., membre du Comité special sur S-33, Associa-
tion du Barreau canadien
Bill S-33
Discussion, 49: 27
Expose, 49: 12-4

Gaz Metropolitain Inc., 31: 28, 30; 34: 51-2

Gazette du Canada
Avis aux societes en defaut, publication, 1: 7, 8,11; 4: 7, 8,10; 14: 8,
10,12, l4;16:10—1,12-3, 14,15
Avis de changement de lieu du siege social d’une societe, publica-
tion, l8: 7, 8

Généalogie des animaux, Loi
Amendement proposé; adopte, 7: 43

Gibson, M. Fred E., c.r., sous-solliciteur general du Canada, Sollici-
teur général Canada
Bill S-32
Discussion, 57: 11-5, 19, 22; 58: 11-5
Expose, 58: 7-9, 10-1

Globe and Mail
Bill S-31, article concernant, reference, 33: 61
Reduction de peine meritee, article concernant, citation, 37: 22

Godfrey, honorable John Morrow, sénateur (Rosedale)

Bill C-34, 9: 6, 7,8

Bill C-45, 15:8

Bill S-12, 3: 16

Bill S-13, 4: 6, 12-3

Bill S-26, 16: 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16

Bill S-31, teneur
Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec, 31: 25; 33: 59, 60;

34: 19, 20, 43, 47-50, 52-3

Canadien Pacifique Limitée, 31: 23-4, 33-4; 33:59, 60; 34: 18-9
Constitutionnalite, 34: 38
Entree en vigueur, date, 28: 35, 36
Etude, procedure, 28: 6; 29: 7, 9-10; 30: 43-4
Gouvernement, intervention dans le secteur prive, 33: 57, 58, 62
Ontario, gouvernement, reaction, 29: 5
Portee, 30:43; 31: 23;33: 58, 59; 34: 17, 18, 38, 76, 77,78, 79
Procedure, 28: 39; 34:21, 43
Redaction, 34: 77-8

58 INDEX

Fort Nelson Indian Band~—C0nt’d
Agreement—Cont’d
Discussion——Cont’d
Schedule B — Instrument of Surrender, 2: 9
Mineral rights and revenues, 2: 6-7, 9, 10, 11, 20
Right to arbitration, 2: 10-1, 13, 14-5, 17-8
See also
Bill C-26
National Indian Brotherhood

Fort Nelson Indian Reserve
See
Fort Nelson Indian Band

Fort Nelson Indian Reserve Minerals Revenue Sharing Act
See
Bill C-26

Fortier, Yves, Q.C., President, Canadian Bar Association
Bill S-33
Discussion, 66: 13, 20-1, 33-4, 36, 40, 45-6, 49, 51-2
Statement, 66: 5-8

F ortin, Jacques, Bar of Quebec
Bill S-33
Discussion, 66: 36, 51-2
Statement, 66: 24-32

Fowler, Robert, Director, Legal Services, Canada Mortgage and
Housing Corporation
“Proposals to correct… Revised Statutes of Canada, 1970, and other
Acts…”, 6: 23; 7: 17-9

Frith, Hon. Royce, Senator (Lanark)
Bill C-45
Discussion, 15: 10-1
Speech in Senate, second reading, quotation from, 15: 7
Bill C-53, subject-matter, 25: 7, 8-9
Bill C-61, 19: 21
Bill C-127, subject-matter
Complainant’s prior sexual history, 27: 49, 50-1
Consent, 27: 19, 20
Defences available, 27: 31, 32, 33
Honest belief as to consent, 27: 22, 27-8
NAC recommendations, 27: 34, 35
Proceedings, summary conviction or indictment, 27: 29, 30, 41
Statistics, 27: 28, 29
Unjust accusations, 27: 30-1
Young persons, 27: 41
Bill C-130
Negative resolution procedures
Bill C-102, comparison, 50: 9, 10, 11, 12, 14
Senate role, 50: 7, 8,12, 14, I5, 18
Order of Reference, 50: 6, 7,8
Procedure, 50: 20
Purpose, 50: 11-2
Report to Senate
Drafting, 50: 8, 14-5, 23, 24, 25
Motion, 50: 12, 14
Bill C-141, 51: 6, 14-5, 19, 23,25, 27
Bill C-201, subject-matter
Consequential amendments, 26: 96
Constitution, Monarchist League position, 26: 57
“Dominion”, interpretation, 26: 32-3, 60
Dominion Day/Canada Day, Gallup polls, 26: 12, 13

Godfrey, honorable John Morrow, sénateur (Rosedale)—Suz’te
Bill S-31, teneur—Suite
Societes, reglementation federale, applicabilite, 28: 36, 37; 29: ll,
12; 30: 59, 60; 31: 23, 34; 34: 17, 18, 38, 72-4, 75-6, 79
Temoins, 29:7, 8,11
Vote, droit, 30: 44, 45, 46, 49; 31: 22-3; 34: 18, 19,80
Bill S-32
Amendements proposes par le solliciteur general, recevabilite,
60: 19-25
Motion, 42: 4, 6
Penitenciers, 39: 11; 44: 17
Procedure, 37: 17, 30; 39: 17; 41: 7, 8; 44: 28
Retroactivite, 37: 26-7
Surveillance obligatoire
Detenus
Admissibilite, 42: 27
Assistance postpenale, services, 44: 21
Crimes avec violence, 39: 10, 20-1; 42: 17-8
Delinquants dangereux ou potentiellement dangereux, 39: 9;
41:12-3;44:13-5;58:12-5;60:19
Droits, 41: 15-7
Frais d’entretien, 39: 22
Reduction de peine, 37: 19, 24; 39: 9, 11-2; 41: 13-4;
42: 22-3; 44: 8-10
Rehabilitation, 39: 10; 42: 27
Suspension immediate, 39: 9; 58: 12-5; 60: 19
Public, perception, 39: 20-1
Resultats, evaluations, 42: 19-20
Revocation
Audiences, 41: 15-7
Decheance du droit a la reduction de peine seulement pour
une nouvelle infraction, 60: 35
Peines, determination des, effet sur, 37: 24-5; 42: 17-9
Raisons, 37: 19-20, 24-5; 39: 9-10, 12; 41: 6, 13, 15-7;
42: 16-9
Reduction de peine, decheance du droit, 39: 10, 12; 41: 6;
42: 16-9
Syndicat des employés du solliciteur general, recommandations,
44: 8
Bill S-33
Accusé
Charge de la preuve, 66: 51
Declarations, recevabilite, 36: 16; 59: 12, 18-9
Alibi, 59: 24
Alienation mentale, critére, 40: 15
Charte des droits et libertés, changements a cause de, 36: 20-2, 24
Definition, enonce legislatif ou code, 36: 19; 53: 13-4, 15; 54: 9;
‘ 59: 19; 63: 14-6, 18, 20; 66: 44-7
Etats-Unis, regles federales de la preuve, comparaison, 40: 7, 16
Experts, 54: 10-1
Imprimes d’ordinateur, recevabilite, 67: 9-12
Motion, 67: 5
Oui-dire, 54: 10, 12, 13, 15
Preuve dc moralite, 59: 26-7
Procedure, 40: 12; 52: 9; 53: 16; 54: 14, 16; 59: 7, 18
Provinces, reaction, 36: 27, 28
Redaction, 52: 8; 53: 12-3, 15; 59: 21, 23;61:13, 17-8; 63: 31-2
Témoins, citation et interrogatoire, 54: 1 1-2; 66: 50-]
Bill S-34, 43: 8, 9
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur
Autochtones
Autonomie politique, 70: 69, 77-8
Consensus, 69: 33; 71: 23; 73: 17
Definition, 69: 33; 70: 20-1, 51-3, 56-8, 60-1, 67, 84-5, 89-91
Droits, 69: 40, 45-7, 68; 70: 11-5, 20-1, 24, 26, 62; 71: 23, 31
Inuit, 70: 92, 97
Revendications territoriales, 69: 40; 70: 27, 32, 34, 72-3

INDEX 59

Frith, Hon. Royce, Senator (Lanark)—C0nt’d
Bill C-201, subject-matter—Cont’d
Procedure, 26: 42, 44, 54, 73, 103
Report to Senate, preparation, 26: 81
Bill S-16, 8: 8, 12-3, 14
Bill S-31, subject-matter
Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec, 30: 26; 34: 20, 54, 55,
62, 66
Canadian Pacific Limited, 33: 12, 15, 21
Constitutionality, 34: 38
Corporations, federal regulations, applicability, 29: 1 1; 30: 60;
34: 82
Motion, 29: 5
Ontario government, reaction, 29: 6
Procedure, 28: 28,31, 33; 30: 12, 34, 56; 31: 25; 33: 9, 18; 34: 6,
34, 70, 72; 47: 7
Quebec government, reaction, interpretation, 30: 46, 47, 48-9, 50,
51
Study, procedure, 28:6, 7,8; 33: 45, 46, 47
Voting rights, limitation, 31: 29; 33: 20-1
Bill S-32
Amendments proposed by Solicitor General, admissibility, 58: 15;
60: 10-2, 20, 22-6, 28-34
Mandatory supervision
Inmates
Dangerous or potentially dangerous offenders, 45: 17-8, 22-3,
30-1, 44; 47: 8, 11-3, 15; 60: 6-8, 36
Gating, 60: 6-8, 36
Remission, 32: 20; 45: 44-9; 47: 29; 60: 36
Revocation, 47: 23-7
Motions, 47: 5, 7; 60: 4,
Procedure, 45: 6, 25, 2
Bill S-33
Application in Quebec, 52: 23, 25
Canadian Bankers’ Association, amendments, 55: 25
Canadian Bar Association, brief, 49: 24-8
Character evidence, 52: 14; 59: 24-9
Computer printouts, admissibility, 55: 8, 9,16, 17, 22, 24-5
Definition, legislative statement or code, 59: 19, 20
Drafting, 49: 30-1; 52: 21; 59: 23
Experts, 52: 18
Judges calling witnesses, 59: 8
Law Reform Commission, Evidence Code, 52: 10
Procedure, 59: 30
Provinces, reaction, 49: 29-30
Statements of accused, admissibility, 59: 1 1-3, 15
Chairman, election, procedure, 26: 9, 79, 80
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter,
70: 17, 22-4, 27-9, 31-5, 47, 51-2, 78

6-8, 32-4
;60: 5, 35

Frye, Northrop, quotation, 26: 61-2, 66

G.A. Barber & Sons Limited
See
Barber, G.A., & Sons Limited

G.A. Barber & Sons Limited …, Act to revive
See
Bill S-21

Gagnon, Roger, Montilac Ltd. and Socam Ltd., Petitioner
Bill S-13, 4: 10, 11-2

Godfrey, honorable John Morrow, sénateur (Rosedale)—«Suz’te

Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur——Suz’Ie
Etude, procedure, 69: 10-3
Motions, 69: 6, 7,9, 50; 76: 3, 13
Procedure, 69: 28-9, 59; 70: 36, 52, 95
Ratification, 69: 32-3; 70: 47
Propositions visant :2. corriger… Statuts revises du Canada de 1970
et certaines lois posterieures, 6: 5-6, 8, 10
«Teneur des articles des projets de loi qui peuvent porter
atteinte aux droits et libertés garantis par la Charte canadienne
des droits et libertés», examen par un Comité parlementaire, dis-
cussion, 76: 14-23

Goldenberg, honorable H. Carl, sénateur (Rigaud), president du
Comité (F ascicules 1-25)
Bill C-34, 9: 10, 20, 22
Procedure, 9: 6, 7,8, 9,16, 21, 22
Bill C-45, procedure, 15:6, 11
Bill C-61
Colombie-Britannique, gouvernement, frais, 21: 25, 28
Entree en vigueur, période de transition, 20: 21
Etude, procedure, 19: 20
Invitations aux gouvernements provinciaux a temoigner, reponses,
17: 8-9; 19: 5, 6,20; 20: 5; 22: 6
Nouveau-Brunswick, gouvernement, memoire, 19: 5, 10, 13, 20
Procedure, 17:5, 8,14-5, 16, 18,31; 19:5, 10, 11,12, 13,14, 18,
19, 20, 21; 20: 5, 10, 15, 22, 24; 21: 5, 13, 23, 24, 27, 29; 22: 6,
14,19, 21, 22-3
Programme, administration, partage des frais, 19: 9, 13
Viking Houses, memoire, 19: 19, 20
Bill C-201, teneur, 26: 31-2, 36, 42
Bill S-8, procedure, 1:6, 7,9, 10, 11
Bill S-19
Amplification de jugement, 11: 16
Banque centrale etrangere, biens, 11: 18
Contraventions de stationnement, 10: 25
Definitions
«Activite commerciale», 11: 15; 12: 11
«Biens», 12: 17, 18
Immunites et privileges, elargissement ou limitation, 11: 20-1;
12: 24, 25, 27
Procedure, 10:5, 10, 17, 24, 25; 11:5, 9,12, 15, 16, 18, 20, 21-2;
13: 6-7, 9, 10
Bill S-24
But, 23: 5; 24: 8
Caractere dichotomique, allegement fiscal et mesure fiscale,
23: 5-6
Comité, réle, 23: 7, 8,9; 24: 18
Flynn, l’honorable senateur, position envers, citation, 23: 8, 9,10
Justice, ministere, opinions juridiques, 23: 9; 24: 16, 17
Loi constitutionnelle de 1867, article 53, 23: 6
Procedure, 23:5, 8,10, 11; 24: 6, 7,8,11, l5, 16, 19, 20
Rapport au Senat, 23:8, 9; 24: 15, 17, 19,20
Senat, adoption de lois semblables, 23: 6-7; 24: 7, 10
Bill S-26, 16:7, 13
Procedure, 16:6, 7,8, 9,10, 12, 14, 16, 17
Bill S-27, 18: 7
Procedure, 18: 6,7,9
Demission comme president du Comité, 26: 7, 8-9

Goldenberg, Rapport
Voir
Libération conditionnelle au Canada. Rapport du Comité senato-
rial permanent des Affaires juridiques et constitutionnelles

60 INDEX

Gamble, Alvin, Baptist Joint Committee on Public Life in Canada
Bill C-201, subject-matter
Discussion, 26: 80
Statement, 26: 73-5

Gauley, D. E., Q.C., Member of the Special Committee on S-33,
Canadian Bar Association
Bill S-33
Discussion, 49: 27
Statement, 49: 12-4

Gaz Metropolitain Inc., 31: 28, 30; 34: 51-2

Gibson, Fred E., Q.C., Deputy Solicitor General of Canada, Solicitor
General Canada
Bill S-32
Discussion, 57: 1 1-5, 19, 22; 58: 11-5
Statement, 58: 7-9, 10-1

Globe and Mail
Bill S-31, article concerning, reference, 33: 61
Earned remission, article concerning, quotation, 37: 22

Godfrey, Hon. John Morrow, Senator (Rosedale)
Bll1C-34, 9:6, 7,8
Bill C-45, 15:8
Bill S-12, 3: 16
Bill S-13, 4: 6, 12-3
Bill S-26, 16: 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16
Bill S-31, subject-matter
Caisse de depot ct placement du Quebec, 31: 25; 33: 59, 60;
34: 19, 20, 43, 47-50, 52-3
Canadian Pacific Limited, 31: 23-4, 33; 33: 59, 60; 34: 18-9
Coming into force, date, 28: 35, 36
Constitutionality, 34: 38
Corporations, federal regulations, applicability, 28: 36, 37; 29: 11,
12; 30: 59, 60; 31: 23, 34; 34: 17, 18,38, 72-4, 75-6, 79
Drafting, 34: 77-8
Government intervention in private sector, 33: 57, 58, 62
Ontario government, reaction, 29: 5
Procedure, 28: 39; 34: 21, 43
Scope, 30: 43; 31: 23; 33: 58, 59; 34: 17, 18, 38, 76, 77, 78, 79
Study, procedure, 28:6; 29: 7, 9-10; 30: 43-4; 69: 13
Voting rights, 30: 44, 45, 46, 49; 31: 22-3; 34: 18, 19,80
Witnesses, 29: 7, 8,11
Bill S-32
Amendments proposed by Solicitor General, admissibility, 60: 19,
25
Mandatory supervision
Inmates
After-care agencies, 44: 21
Costs of maintenance, 39: 22
Crimes of violence, 39: 10, 20-1; 42: 17-8
Dangerous or potentially dangerous offenders, 39: 9;
41: 12-3; 44: 13-5; 58: 12-5; 60: 19
Eligibility, 42: 27
Gating, 39: 9; 58: 12-5; 60: 19
Rehabilitation, 39: 10; 42: 27
Remission, 37: 19, 24; 39: 9, 11-2; 41:
44: 8-10
Rights, 41: 15-7
Public perception, 39: 20-1
Results, evaluation, 42: 19-20

13-4; 42: 22-3;

Gordon, M. Mark, représentant du Comité d’étude Inuit des questions
nationales

Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur, 70: 91-2,
94, 98-9

Gosnell, Chef James, président, Conseil de tribu de Nishga (New
Aiyansh, Colombie—Britannique)
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur
Discussion, 73: 7, 8,18, 20
Expose, 73: 8

Gould, M. Gary P., président, Comité constitutionnel du Conseil des
autochtones du Canada
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur, 70: 47-9,
51-5, 57-61

Gouvernement de la République démocratique du Congo c. Venue
([1971] R.C.S. 997),11: 11, 13, 19,12: 13-4

Graham, R. c. ([1974] S.C.R. 206), 59A: 26-7; 66A: 47; 68A: 287

Grand Conseil des Cris (du Québec)

Accord constitutionnel de 1983, commentaires, 72: 9-12, 13-4, 16

Assemblée des premieres nations, collaboration avec, 72: 12-3, 17

Autonomie politique, definition, interpretation, 72: 25-6

Convention de la Baie James et du Nord quebecois, 72: 9, 10-1,
13-5, 19-25

Information de base, 72: 9

Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, adoption proposee,
72:9, 12, 16,24

Grand River Navigation Company
Scandale, 2: 11, 15, 19

Grande (La) loge de l’Ordre bénévole et protecteur des Elans du
Dominion du Canada
Voir
Elans du Dominion du Canada, la grande loge de l’Ordre benevole
et protecteur des

Gravelle, M. Pierre, sous—secretaire du Cabinet (Relations federales-
provinciales)
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur
Discussion, 69: 18-28 ‘
Expose, 69: 14-8

Greenspan, M. Edward L., c.r., The Advocates’ Society
Bill S-33
Discussion, 62: 17-32
Expose, 62: 12-7
Conference canadienne de 1’uniformisation du droit, reunion de
1981 a Whitehorse, assistance, 36: 13; 49: 22; 54: 14; 62: 13-5,
23

Groupe de travail federal-provincial sur les regles uniformes de la
preuve
Membres et participants, 36: 7, 9,12-3; 49: 22; 52: 6-7; 54A: 35;
59A: 3; 63: 31
Preuve informatisee, recevabilite, criteres, 55: 10-1, 21-2, 26;
55A: 30-1, 32
Rapport, 36:8, 29; 49: 10-1, 21-2, 28; 52: 20; 61: 6, 12, 17; 62: 14;
63: 13-4, 28-30, 31-3; 66: 10, 13, 34; 68A: 414
Voir aussi
Conference canadienne de l’uniformisation du droit

INDEX 61

Godfrey, Hon. John Morrow, Senator (Rosedale)——Cont’a’
Bill S-32—Cont’a’
Mandatory supervision—Cont’a’
Revocation
Forfeiture of remission only for new offences, 60: 35
Hearings, 41: 15-7
Reasons, 37: 19-20, 24-5; 39: 9-10, 12; 41: 6, 13, 15-7;
42: 16-9
Remission, forfeiture, 39: 10, 12; 41: 6; 42: 16-9
Sentencing, effect on, 37: 24-5; 42: 17-9
Union of Solicitor General Employees, recommendations, 44: 8

Motion, 42: 4, 6

Penitentiaries, 39: 11; 44: 17

Procedure, 37: 17, 30; 39: 17; 41: 7, 8; 44: 28

Retroactivity, 37: 26-7

Bill S-33
Accused
Burden of proof, 66: 51
Statements, admissibility, 36: 16; 59: 12, 18-9

Alibi, 59: 24

Character evidence, 59: 26-7

Charter of Rights and Freedoms, changes caused by, 36: 20-2, 24
Computer printouts, admissibility, 67: 9-12

Definition, legislative statement or code, 36: 19; 53: 13-4, 15;

54: 9; 59: 19; 63: 14-6, 18, 20; 66: 44-7

Drafting, 52: 8; 53: 12-3, 15; 59: 21, 23; 61: 13, 17-8; 63: 31-2
Experts, 54: 10-1

Hearsay, 54: 10, 12, 13, 15

Insanity test, 40: 15

Motion, 67: 5

Procedure, 40: 12; 52: 9; 53: 16; 54: 14, 16; 59: 7, 18

Provinces, reaction, 36: 27, 28

United States federal rules of evidence, comparison, 40: 7, 16
Witnesses, calling and questioning, 54: 11-2; 66: 50-1

Bill S-34, 43: 8, 9
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter
Aboriginal peoples
Consensus, 69: 23; 71: 23; 73: 17
Definition, 69: 33; 70: 20-1, 51-3, 56-8, 60-1, 67, 84-5, 89-91
Inuit, 70: 92, 97

Land claims, 69: 40; 70: 27, 32, 34, 72-3
Rights, 69: 40, 45-7, 68; 70: 11-5, 20-1, 24, 26, 62; 71: 23, 31
Self-government, 70: 69, 77-8
Motions, 69: 6, 7,9, 50; 76: 3, 13

Procedure, 69: 28-9, 59; 70: 36, 52, 95
Ratification, 69: 32-3; 70: 47
Study, procedure, 69: 10-3
“Proposals to correct… Revised Statutes of Canada, 1970, and other
Acts…”, 6: 5- 6, 8,10
“Subject-matter of clauses of Bills where such clauses may
infringe upon the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the
Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms”, examination by a
Parliamentary Committee, discussion, 76: 14-23

Goldenberg, Hon. H. Carl, Senator (Rigaud), Committee Chairman
(Issues #1-25)
Bill C-34, 9: 10, 20, 22
Procedure, 9: 6, 7,8, 9,16, 21, 22
Bill C-45, procedure, 15:6, 11
Bill C-61
British Columbia government, costs, 21: 25, 28
Coming into force, transition period, 20: 21
Invitations to provincial governments to testify, responses, 17: 8-9;
19:5, 6,20; 20: 5; 22: 6
New Brunswick government, brief, 19: 5, 10, 13, 20

Groupe de travail federal-provincial sur les regles uniformes de la
preuve~—Sut’te
Voir aussz’—Suite
Murray, honorablejuge George L.

Guilde de la marine marchande du Canada

Amendement au Bill S-12 propose, 3: 7-8, 15-6
Congres, 3: 7, 14, 15-6
Constitution, 3: 12-3
Contrats et accords, 3: 6-7, 9-10, 11-2, 13-4
Fonction
Organisme professionnel, 3: 6
Syndicat, 3: 6-7, 9, 10, 11-2, 13-4
Historique, 3: 6-9
Lettre a l’honorable senateur Macdonald de M. Langlois concernant
le Bill S-12, 3: 10-5
Loi (Bill S-12), raisons pour
Congres en tant qu’organisme directeur, 3: 7, 14, 15-6
Existencejuridique, 3: 6, 7,8-9
Retroactivite, 3: 6-7, 9-10
Maritimes, presence dans, 3: 15
Membres
Assurance, politiques, 3: 8
Categories, 3: 7, 11-2
Divisions, 3: 7, 13-4, 15
Expulsion d’un membre, 3: 14
Organismes affilies, 3: 7
Statistiques, 3: 7, 10, 15
Negociation, certificats
Membres, 3: 6-7, 9, 10, 11-2
Non-membres, 3: 10, 11-2
Reglements, 3: 7-8, 9, 12-4, 15-6
Structure administrative, 3: 8, 13-4, 15
Voir aussi
Bill S-12
Canadian Association of Marine Pilots
Canadian Association of Masters and Chief Engineers
Marine marchande

Guilde de la Marine Marchande du Canada, Loi concernant
Voir
Bill S-12

Guthrie, M. Derek, membre du Comité du droit, de la science et de la
technologie, Association du Barreau canadien
Bill S-33
Discussion, 66: 50
Expose, 66: 41-4

Haidasz, honorable Stanley, sénateur (Toronto-Parkdale)

Bill S-32, 37:21, 22

Bill S-33, 40: 10, 17

Bill S-35, 56: 7-8, 9

Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur, 69: 79-82;
70: 96-8; 76: 23

Teneur des articles des projets de loi qui peuvent porter
atteinte aux droits et libertés garantis par la Charte canadienne
des droits et libertés, examen par un Comité parlementaire, dis-
cussion, 76: 15, 21,23

Harris, M. Monte, c.r., vice-president, John Howard Society of Onta-
rio
Bill S-32
Discussion, 42: 7, 14-9, 21, 22, 24, 27-8
Expose, 42: 7-9, 10-3

62 INDEX

Goldenberg, Hon. H. Carl, Senator (Rigaud), Committee Chairman
(Issues #1-25)——C0nt’d
Bill C-61—Cont‘d
Procedure, 17:5, 8,14,16,18, 31; 19: 5, 10, ll, 12, 13, 14, 18, 19,
20, 21; 20: 5, l0, 15, 22, 24; 21: 5, 13, 23, 24, 27, 29; 22: 6, 14,
19, 21, 22-3
Program, administration, cost-sharing, 19: 9, 13
Study, procedure, 19: 20
Viking Houses, brief, 19: 19, 20
Bill C-201, subject-matter, 26: 31-2, 36, 42
Bill S-8, procedure, 1: 6, 7,9, 10, 11
Bill S-19
Bank, assets of foreign central, ll: 18
Definitions
“Commercial activity”, 11: 15; 12: 11
“Property”, 12: 17, 18
Extension ofjudgement, ll: 16
Immunities and privileges, extension or restriction, 11: 20-1;
12: 24, 25, 27
Parking tickets, 10: 25
Procedure, 10:5, 10, 17, 24,25; 11:5, 9,12, 15, 16, 18, 20, 21-2;
12: 5, 8-10, 14-5, 17, 20, 22-7, 29; 13: 6-7, 9, 10
Bill S-24
Committee, role, 23: 7, 8,9; 24: 18
Constitution Act, 1867, Section 53, 23:6
Dual nature, tax alleviation and taxation measure, 23: 5-6
Flynn, Honourable Senator, position on, reported, 23: 8, 9,10
Justice Department, legal opinions, 23: 9; 24: 16, 17
Procedure, 23:5, 8,10, 11; 24: 6, 7,8, 11, 15, 16, 19, 20
Purpose, 23: 5; 24: 8
Report to Senate, 23: 8, 9; 24: 15, 17, 19,20
Senate adoption of similar bills, 23: 6-7; 24: 7, 10
Bill S-26, 16:7, 13
Procedure, 16:6, 7,8, 9,10, 12, 14, 16, 17
Bill S-27, 18:7
Procedure, 18: 6, 7,9
Resignation as Committee Chairman, 26: 7, 8-9

Goldenberg Report
See
Parole in Canada. Report of the Standing Senate Committee on
Legal and Constitutional Affairs

Gordon, Mark, Representative, Inuit Committee on National Issues
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter,
70: 91-2, 94, 98-9

Gosnell, James, Chief, President,
Aiyansh, British Columbia)
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter
Discussion, 73: 7, 8,18, 20
Statement, 73: 8

Nishga Tribal Council (New

Gould, Gary P., Chairman, Constitutional Committee of the Native
Council of Canada
Constitution Amendment
70: 47-9, 51-5, 57-61

Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter,

Gouvernement de la République démocratique du Conga v. Venner
([1971] S.C.R. 997),l1:ll,13,19;l2:13-4

Government Companies Operation Act
Amendment proposed; carried, 7: 34-5

Hastings, honorable Earl A., sénateur (Palliser-Foothills)
Bill C-14], 51: 24, 27
Bill S-32
Amendements proposes par le solliciteur general, recevabilite,
rappel au Reglement, 58: 6-7, 10; 60: 8, 9-10, 19-21, 29-33
Motions, 42:4, 6; 46: 4, 10; 47: 5, 7
Penitenciers, 37: 29; 44: 10, 17, 24-5, 28-9, 31-2; 46: 34-5
Procedure, 37: 20, 26, 30; 42: 7; 45: 30; 46: 5; 57: 5; 60: 34
Surveillance obligatoire
Commission nationale des liberations conditionnelles, pouvoirs,
46: 15
Declaration faite en 1971, reference, 45: 6-7, 14, 24
Detenus
Admissibilite, 45: 27
Assistance postpenale, services, 44: 21-2
Attitude, 35: 8, 20; 46: 22
Crimes avec violence et homicides, 35: 22; 42: 23-4; 45: 40-1;
48: 30-2; 57: 15-6, 24
Delinquants dangereux ou potentiellement dangereux,
35: 5-7; 44: 14-5, 25-6; 45: 16, 20, 25-7, 31, 41-3; 46: 13,
16-8; 47: 10, 13-5; 57: 10, 12, 15-7, 24-6; 58: 11, 13;
60: 20
Delinquants sexuels, 45: 7, 25, 41-3
Emploi, 44: 22; 45: 14
Incarceration, effet, 45: 25-6; 47: 15; 48: 25, 29, 31; 57: 25
Infractions apres achevement sans revocation, 35: 8; 42: 28;
48: 32
Mises en liberte, 35: 24; 42: 26, 28; 45:40
Provinces, prisons, comparaison, 45: 47-8
Reduction de peine, 32: 8-9, 17-8, 26; 35: 13-4, 25, 29-30;
37: 29-30; 42: 9, 19-22; 44: 15, 22; 45: 14-6, 49-50;
46: 32-3; 48: 15-7, 28-30
Suspension immediate, 35: 5-7; 44: 25; 45: 26; 57: 10, 12,
15-7, 24-6; 60: 20
Liberation conditionnelle, comparaison, 35: 19, 25; 37: 13;
42: 26; 48: 30-1; 57: 15-6, 24
Public, perception, 42: 23-5
Rapport Goldenberg, 32: 15; 35: 7-8, 17; 37: 10-1; 45: 41;
47: 13-4
Recherches, etudes, 40: 30-1; 48: 33
Resultats, evaluations, 35: 7-8, 26, 24-5; 37: 30; 42: 24-5, 28-9;
45: 13-4, 24-6, 41-3, 46; 46: 13; 47: 26; 48: 14
Revocation
Mise en liberte apres la revocation, 47: 20, 22
Peines, determination, effet, 47: 18; 58: 15
«Phenomenc de la porte tournante», 48: 15-7
Procedure, 35: 11-2
Statistiques, 35: 8-9, 12, 17; 42: 28-9; 46: 9-10; 48: 32;
57: 15-6, 24
Surveillance, 35: 26-8; 37: 13-4; 42: 25; 44: 18-9; 48: 28, 33
Suspension, 35: 12-4
Syndicat des employés du solliciteur general, position, 44: 7, 18,
25

Hauser, R. c. ([1979] 1 R.C.S. 984), 15: 7, 8-9

Henderson, M. Gordon F., 0.C., c.r., Gowling and Henderson; con-
seiller juridique, Association canadienne des paiements
Bill S-33
Discussion, 65: 15-30
Expose, 65: 6-15

Hicks, honorable Henry D., sénateur (The Annapolis Valley)
Bill C-127, teneur, 27: 19, 29, 51
Bill S-31, teneur, 28: 7-8, 22-3; 29: 7; 31: 23; 33: 14-5, 19, 46; 34:6,
17, 33-4

te,

INDEX 63

Government Employees Compensation Act
Amendment proposed; carried, 6: 11; 7: 35

Graham, R. v. ([1974] S.C.R. 206), 59A: 26-7; 66A: 9; 68A: 69

Grand Council of the Crees (of Quebec)

Assembly of First Nations, involvement with, 72: 12-3, 17

Background information, 72: 9

Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, adoption recom-
mended, 72: 9, 12, 16, 24

Constitutional Accord, 1983, comments, 72: 9-12, 13-4, 16

James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement, 72: 9, 10-1, 13-5,
19-25

Self-government, definition, interpretation, 72: 25-6

Grand (The) Lodge of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of
the Dominion of Canada
See
Elks of the Dominion of Canada, The Grand Lodge of the
Benevolent and Protective Order of

Grand (The) Lodge of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of
the Dominion of Canada, Act to amend the Act of incorporation
See
Bill S-27

Grand River Navigation Company
Scandal, 2: ll, 15, 19

Gravelle, Pierre, Deputy-Secretary to the Cabinet (Federal-Provincial
Relations)
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter
Discussion, 69: 18-28
Statement, 69: 14-8

Green Paper on Pension Reform
See
Better Pensions for Canadians, Department of National Health
and Welfare

Greenspan, Edward L., Q.C., The Advocates’ Society

Bill S-33
Discussion, 62: 17-32
Statement, 62: 12-7

Uniform Law Conference, 1981 meeting, Whitehorse, presence at,

36: 13; 49: 22; 54: 14; 62: 13-5, 23

Guthrie, Derek, Member of the Law, Science and Technology Com-
mittee, Canadian Bar Association
Bill S-33
Discussion, 66: 50
Statement, 66: 41-4

Haidasz, Hon. Stanley, Senator (Toronto-Parkdale)

Bill S-32, 37: 21, 22

Bill S-33, 40: 10, 17

Bill S-35, 56: 7-8, 9

Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter,
69: 79-82; 70: 96-8; 76: 23

“Subject-matter of clauses of Bills where such clauses may
infringe upon the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the
Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms », examination by a
Parliamentary Committee, discussion, 76: 15, 21, 23

36785-3

Hicks, honorable Henry D., sénateur (The Annapolis Valley)—Suite
Bill S-32, 32: 8, 19-20, 21,23, 26

Higginbotham, M. Glenn, president, Groupe d’étude sur la preuve,
Association des banquiers canadiens
Bill S-33, 55: 25, 26

Hobbirzs c. La Reine ([1982] 1 R.C.S. 553), 63: 24; 65A: 69-70;
68A: 423

Hodge, Affaire ( (1838), 2 Lewin 227, 168 E.R. 1136), 65A: 57;
66: 26-7

Holden, R. c. ( (1962), 39 C.R. 228), 41: 15-6, 20

Holmes, M. James, conseiller du pétitionnaire, Eastern Diversified
Company Ltd.
Bill S-22
Discussion, 14: 13
Expose, 14: 11-2

Hopkins, M. Mark, Association des gérants et administrateurs, ges-
tion des documents
Bill S-33, 67: 12-4, 17

Harvath c. La Reine ([1979] 2 R.C.S. 376), 54A: 6; 59: 14; 59A: 17;
65A: 67-8; 66: 17; 68A: 299, 307, 423

House, M. Fred, président, Association des Metis Louis Riel de la
Colombie-Britannique, Conseil national des Metis
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur
Discussion, 70:67-70, 74, 78-80, 84-6
Expose, 70: 62-7

Hughes, M. Dan, président, Citizens United for Safety and Justice
Bill S-32, 45: 39-40, 42-6, 49, 50

Hughes, M. Samuel F., president, Chambre de commerce du Canada
Bill S-31, teneur
Discussion, 33: 54-62
Expose, 33: 47-53

Hunter, M. Lawson, sous-ministre adjoint, Bureau de la politique de
concurrence et directeur des enquetes et recherches, Consomma-
tion et Corporations Canada

Bill S-31, 28: 24

Hutchins, M. Peter, conseiller juridique, Grand Conseil des Cris (du
Québec)
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur, 72: 14-5, 22

IODE, Chapitre national du Canada
Voir
Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire, Chapitre national
du Canada

Ibrahim c. Le Roi ([1914] A.C. 599), 54A: 6; 63: 23; 65A: 67-8; 66: 16;
68A: 295-6, 298, 303, 423

Immigration, Loi de 1976
Amendement propose, 7: 60
Amendements proposes; adoptes, 7: 35-9

64 INDEX

Harris, Monte, Q.C., Vice-President, John Howard Society of Immunité des Etats,Loi

Ontario
Bill S-32
Discussion, 42: 7, 14-9, 21, 22, 24, 27-8
Statement, 42: 7-9, 10-3

Hastings, Hon. Earl A., Senator (Palliser-Foothills)
Bill C-141,51: 24, 27
Bill S-32
Amendments proposed by Solicitor General, admissibility, point
of order, 58: 6-7, l0; 60: 8, 9-10, 19-21, 29-33
Mandatory supervision
Goldenberg Report, 32: 15; 35: 7-8, 17; 37: lO—l; 45: 41;
47: l3-4
Imnates
After-care agencies, 44: 21-2
Attitude, 35: 8, 20; 46: 22
Crimes of violence and homicides, 35: 22; 42: 23-4; 45: 40-1;
48: 301; 57: l5-6, 24
Dangerous or potentially dangerous offenders, 35: 5-7;
44: 14-5, 25-6; 45: 16, 20, 25-7, 3l, 41-3; 46: 13, 16-8;
47: 10, 13-5; 57: l0, 12, 15-7, 24-6; 58: ll, 13; 60: 20
Eligibility, 45: 27
Employment, 44: 22; 45: I4
Gating, 35: 5-7; 44: 25; 45: 26; 57: 10, 12, 15-7, 24-6; 58: ll,
13; 60: 20
Incarceration, effect on, 45: 25-6; 47: l5; 48: 25, 29, 31;
57: 25
Offences after successful completion, 35: 8; 42: 28; 48: 32
Provinces, prisons, comparison, 45: 47-8
Releases, 35: 24; 42: 26, 28; 45: 40
Remission, 32: 8-9, 17-8, 26; 35: 13-4, 25, 29-30; 37: 29-30;
42: 9, I922; 44: 15, 22; 45: 14-6, 49-50; 46: 32-3;
48: l5-7, 28-30
Sex offenders, 45: 7, 25, 41-3
National Parole Board, powers, 46: 15
Parole, comparison, 35: 19, 25; 37: I3; 42: 26; 48: 30-1;
57: 15-6, 24
Public perception, 42: 23-5
Research, studies, 40: 30-1; 48: 33
Results, evaluation, 35: 7-8, 16, 24-5; 37: 30; 42: 24-5, 28-9;
45: 13-4, 24-6, 41-3, 46; 46: 13; 47: 26; 48: 14
Revocation
Procedure, 35: ll-2
Release post-revocation, 47: 20, 22
“Revolving door syndrome”, 48: 15-7
Sentencing, effect on, 47: 18; 58: 15
Statistics, 35: 8-9, 12, 17; 42: 28-9; 46: 9-10; 48: 32; 57: 15-6,
24
Statement made in 1971, reference to, 45: 6-7, 14, 24
Supervision, 35: 26-8; 37: 13-4; 42: 25; 44: 18-9; 48: 28, 33
Suspension, 35: 12-4
Union of Solicitor General Employees, position, 44: 7, I8, 25
Motions, 42: 4, 6; 46: 4, 10; 47: 5, 7
Penitentiaries, 37: 29; 44: l0, l7, 24-5, 28-9, 31-2; 46: 34-5
Procedure, 37: 20, 26, 30; 42: 7; 45: 30; 46: 5; 57: 5; 60: 34

Hauser, R. v. ([1979] l S.C.R. 984), 15: 7, 8-9

Henderson, Gordon F., O.C., Q.C., Gowling and Henderson; Counsel,
Canadian Payments Association
Bill S-33
Discussion, 65: 15-30
Statement, 65: 6-15

Voir
Bill S-19

Immunité des Etats étrangers

Accords internationaux
Convention de Vienne sur les relations consulaires, 10: 7, l0-l;
ll: 12
Convention de Vienne sur les relations diplomatiques, 10: 7, 10-1;
11:6, 7,8, 12, 20
Ambassadeur, ll: 20; 12: 20-1
Banque centrale étrangére, biens, 10: l8-20; 1]: l0, l7-8, 20; 12: 5,
22-3; 13: 5, 6-7
Baux, pertes économiques, obligations civiles, 10: 11-2, 14, 16-7;
11:6, 8-9, i9; 12: 13, 17-8; 13: 7-8
Biens
Dommage, 10: ll-2, 14, 16; 12: 11-2
lnsaisissables ct exceptions, l0: l4, 15; ll: 6, 9-1 l, 15-6, 19; 12:6,
7,11, l7, 20-2; 13: 5, 6,7-8
Etat étranger, reconnaissance, 10: 17; ll: 7; 12: l5-7
Exécution de jugement contre Etat étranger
Amplification dejugement, ll: 16
Banque, biens, 10: 18-20; 11: 10, 17-8, 20; 12:5, 22-3; 13: 5, 6-7
Biens insaisissables et exceptions, 10: 14, l5; 11: 5, 9-1 1, 15-6, 19;
12: 6, 7,11, 17, 20-2; 13: 5, 6,7—8
Réciprocité, ll: 16; 12:21
Extraterritorialité, 12: 19
Gouvernement de la République démocratique du Congo c. Venne
([1971] R.C.S. 997),1l: ll, 13, l9; 12: 13-4
Historique, 10: 5-6, 7
lmmunité absolue, 10: 5-6, 9
Immunité des états, immunité diplomatique et consulaire, distinc-
tion entre, 10: ll
Immunite restreinte, législation
Asie, Afrique, Amérique latine, états, 10: 23
Conseil de l’Europe, 10:6, 10, 18, 23
Etats-Unis, 10:6, 7,9—1o, 18,23
Royaume-Uni, 10:6, 7,9-l0, 18, 20, 23
Interprétation
Cour supreme du Canada, 11: 5, 13-4
Québec, 11:5, l2, 15; 13: 7
Jugement par défaut, 11:7; 12: 15-7; 13: 8
Organisme d’un Etat étranger, 10: I3, 15; ll: 6, 7,15; 12: 6, 14;
13: 5, 6
Reclamations canadiennes contre Etats etrangers, 10: 8-9, 12-3, 14,
15-7, 20-1, 23; 11: 16; 12:7, 20; 13: 7-8
Renonciations a Pinsaisissabilité, 10: 21-2; 11: 17
Royal Bank ofCanaa’a c. Corriveau et al ( (1981), O.R. (2d.) 653),
13: 7-8
Trendtex Trading Corporation Ltd. v. Central Bank of Nigeria
([1976] 3 All ER 437, [1977] 1 All ER 881), 10: 18, 20; 11:6,
7,l0
Voir aussi
Affaires extérieures Canada
Bill S-19
Nations unies
Satellites, dommages causés par

Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire, Chapitre national du

Canada
Bill C-201
Féte du Dominion, recommandation, 26: 69-71, 72-3
Memoire, 26: 68, 69

Information de base, 26: 67-8

INDEX 65

Her Majesty in right ofAlberta v. CTC ([1978] 1 S.C.R. 61), 15: 10

Hicks, Hon. Henry D., Senator (The Annapolis Valley)
Bill C-127, subject-matter, 27: 19, 29, 51
Bill S-31, subject-matter, 28: 7-8, 22-3; 29: 7; 31: 23;’33: 14-5, 19,
46; 34:6, 17, 33-4
Bill S-32, 32: 8, 19-20,21, 23,26

I-Iigginbotham, Glenn, Chairman, Task Force on Evidence, Canadian
Bankers’ Association
Bill S-33, 55: 25, 26

Hobbema Tribal Council

Assembly of First Nations, member, 74: 16

Charter of Rights and Freedoms, effect, interpretation, 74: 14,
18-20

Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, adoption recom-
mended, 74: 16

Constitutional Accord, 1983, recommendations, amendments,
74: 8-16, 20, 21-2

Self-government, definition, interpretation, 74: 12-3

Hobbins v. The Queen ([1982] 1 S.C.R. 553), 63: 24; 65A: 30; 68A: 213

H0dge’s Case ( (1838), 2 Lewin 227, 168 E.R. 1136), 65A: 18;
66: 26-7

Holden, R. v. ( (1962), 39 C.R. 228), 41: 15-6, 20

Holidays Act, Act to amend
See
Bill C-37
Bill C-201

Holmes, James, Counsel for the Petitioner, Eastern Diversified Com-
pany Ltd.
Bill S-22
Discussion, 14: 13
Statement, 14: 11-2

Hopkins, Mark, Association of Records Managers and Administra-
tors
Bill S-33, 67: 12-4, 17

Horvath v. The Queen ([1979] 2 S.C.R. 376), 54A: 6; 59: 14; 59A: 17;
65A: 28-9; 66: 17; 68A: 80, 89, 213

House, Fred, President, Louis Riel Métis Association of British
Columbia, Métis National Council
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter
Discussion, 70: 67-70, 74, 78-80, 84-6
Statement, 70: 62-7

House of Commons
Supply bills, procedure, 24: 14, 15

Hughes, Dan, Chairman, Citizens United for Safety and Justice
Bill S-32, 45: 39-40, 42-6, 49, 50

Hughes, Samuel F., President, Canadian Chamber of Commerce
Bill S-31, subject-matter
Discussion, 33: 54-62

Impot sur le revenu, Loi
Amendement proposé; adopte, 7: 39-40

Indemnisation des employés de l’Etat, Loi
Amendement proposé; adopté, 6: 11; 7: 35

Indiens
Voir
Autochtones

Indiens, Loi

Amendement proposé; adopte, 7: 41

Amendement propose, droit des bandes indiennes a l’arbitrage,
2: 18, 20

Art. 2 — Definitions, 70: 56

Art. 4 (1) -— Application de la loi, 71: 31~2

Art. 12 (1)b) — Personnes n’ayant pas droit a l’inscription,
69: 26-7, 45-7, 85; 69A: 2-3, 5; 70: 9, 18, 20-1, 44; 70A: 4; 71: 31;
72: 24-6; 73A: 1; 74: 15; 75A: 5; 76: 9; 76A: 1~2, 4, 7

Art. 15 — Paiements aux personnes qui cessent d’étre membres,
76A: 18

Art. 16 —— Transfert de fonds, 76A: 18

Art. 88- Lois provinciales d’ordre général applicables aux Indiens,
71: 8; 71A: 9

Articles 12 51 16 (Loi de 1906), 76A: 16-7

Modifications, 69: 76, 82-3; 70: 45

Indiens de Fort Nelson, bande
Accord
Date de signature, 2: 7
Discussion
Art. 6 (6) — Montant du paiement, 2: 9
Art. 8 — Livres et états de Compte, 2: 16, 18
Art. 12 — Arbitrage, 2: 15
Art. 18 — Modifications, 2: 7
Annexe A — Résolution de Conseil de Bande, 2: 14
Annexe B — Acte de cession, 2: 9
Droit 5 l’arbitrage, 2: 10-1, 13, 14-5, 17-8
Droits miniers et revenus miniers, 2: 6-7, 9, 10, 11, 20
Voir aussi
Bill C-26
Fraternité nationale des Indiens du Canada

Inflation et d’imposition du revenu personnel de placements, Comité
consultatif (Lortie), 31: 7

Infractions sexuelles
Agression sexuelle
Accusations et peines

Accusations non justifiées, 27: 30-1

Agression, comparaison, 25: 17-8, 26, 30-1, 32-3, 40-2; 27: 8,
14-5

Agression sexuelle, 25: 16, 17, 32-3, 36-7, 40-2; 27: 8, 17, 25-6,
41

Agression sexuelle armée, menaces 25: 16, 17, 36-7, 40-1,
43-4; 27: 16-7

Agression sexuelle grave, 25: 16-7, 29-30, 36-8, 40-1; 27: 24,
36, 39

Apercu, 25: 16, 36-7

Emprisonnement a perpétuité comme peine maximale, 25: 16-7,
40-1

Immunité du conjoint, élimination, 25: 44; 27: 8, 14-6

Meurtre, 25: 37-8; 27: 39-40, 51-2

Auto—défense, 27: 26-7
Complicité, plusieurs agresseurs, 25: 17, 43-4

66 INDEX

Hughes, Samuel F., President, Canadian Chamber of Commerce-
Cont’d
Bill S-31, subject-matter—Cont’a’
Statement, 33: 47-53

Human rights

Age of retirement, 51: 21-2, 23-4
Disabled persons, 31: 8, 9-1 1, 25-6
Women, 51: 8-9

See also
Bill C-141

Human Rights Act …, Act to amend the Canadian
See
Bill C-141

Hunter, Lawson, Assistant Deputy Minister, Bureau of Competition
Policy, and Director of Investigation and Research, Consumer and
Corporate Affairs Canada

Bill S-31, 28: 24
Hutchins, Peter, Legal Counsel, Grand Council of the Crees (of Que-
bec)
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter,
72: 14-5, 22
ICNI
See
Inuit Committee on National Issues
IODE National Chapter of Canada
See
Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire National Chapter

of Canada

Ibrahim v. The King ([1914] A.C. 599), 54A: 6; 63: 23; 65A: 28-9;
66: 16; 68A: 76-7, 79, 84, 212-3

Immigration Act, 1976
Amendment proposed, 7: 60
Amendments proposed; carried, 7: 35-9

Immunity of foreign states

Absolute immunity, 10: 5-6, 9

Agency of foreign state, 10: 13, 15; 11: 6, 7,15; 12:6, 14; 13: 5, 6

Ambassador, ll: 20; 12: 20-1

Bank, assets of foreign central, 10: 18-20; 11: 10, 17-8, 20; 12: 5,

22-3; 13: 5, 6-7
Canadian claims against foreign states, 10: 8-9, 12-3, 14, 15-7, 20-1,
23; ll: 16; 12: 7, 20; 13: 7-8

Defaultjudgement, 11:7; 12: 15-7; 13:8

Execution ofjudgement against foreign state
Bank, assets, 10: 18-20; 11: 10, 17-8, 20; 12:5, 22-3; 13:5, 6-7
Extension ofjudgement, 11: 16
Property, immunity from attachment and exceptions, 10: 14, 15;

11:5, 9-11,15-6, 19; 12:6, 7,11, 17, 20-2; 13:5, 6,7-8

Reciprocity, ll: 16; 12:21

Extraterritoriality, 12: 19

Foreign state, recognition, 10: 17; ll: 7; 12: 15-7

Gouvernement de la République démocratique du Congo v. Venne

([l97l]S.C.R.997),1l:11,13,19;12:13-4

International agreements

Vienna Convention on Consular Relations, 10: 7, 10-1; 11: 12

Infractions sexuelles—Suite
Agression sexuelle——Suite
Définition, 25: 17, 32-3, 41-2; 27: 30, 38-9
Historique en droit criminel, 25: 15-6, 19-20, 38-40
Jeunes personnes, 25: 26-7; 27: 18-20, 40-1
Pornographic, influence, 27: 9-10
Preuve et proces
Consentement, 25: 35-6, 41; 27: 18-20, 32-3, 37-8, 40-1
Corroboration, 25: 19; 27: 8, 17-8
Croyance honnéte quant au consentement, 25: 22-5; 27: 8-10,
12-6, 21-4, 26-8, 42, 46-7
Declaration sommaire de culpabilité ou mise en accusation,
25: 36; 27: 16-7, 25-6, 29-30, 36, 41-2, 43-4, 48-9, 51
Defense, moyens, 27: 31-2, 36-8
Ebriété comme défense, indisponibilité, 25: 29-30, 31
Plaignant
Comportement sexuel antérieur, 25: 18-9, 21-2, 44; 27: 8, 11,
12, 47-8, 49-51; 36: 28; 59A: 4, 7
Définition, 25: 34-5
Reputation, 25: 19, 27-8, 44-5
Plainte spontanée, 25: 19-20, 38-9, 40; 27: 11, 17, 18
Statistiques, 25: 39; 27: 11-2, 20, 21, 23, 28-9
Victimes, traitement par les autorités, 25: 38-40; 27: 11-2, 20, 21,
23-5, 26-7
Violence, aspect, 25: 15, 16, 17; 27: 7-8, 12, 25-6, 32-3, 37-8
Attentat a la pudeur, 25: 26, 33; 27: 38
Distinction entre les sexes, suppression, 25: 23, 33, 40; 27: 11, 51
Proxénétisme, 25: 33-4
Voir aussi
Bill C-53
Bill C-127
Femmes battues

Institut canadien des comptables agréés
Loi sur la Société canadienne d’hypotheques et de logement, nomi-
nation du vérificateur, 6: 23; 7: 17, 19

Institut canadien national des aveugles
Loi sur le droit d’auteur, livres sonores, 7: 12, 13

Institute of Law Research and Reform, Edmonton, 36: 13; 53: 13, 17;
61: 6

Interprétation, Loi
Art. 16 — Sauf dans la mesure déclarée, Sa Majesté n’est ni liée ni
visée, 15: 6, 8,9, 10

Invalides et les handicapés, Comité spécial de la Chambre des commu-
nes
Rapport, recommandations, 51: 8, 9-10

Jefferson, Mme Christie, directeur administratif, Association cana-
dienne des sociétés Elizabeth Fry
Bill S-32
Discussion, 39: 9-22
Exposé, 39: 5-9

Jeunes contrevenants
Age
Age maximal de «moins de 18 ans»

Critique, 17:7, 10, 11-2; 19: 5; 20: 6, 7,8-10, 11-2, 14, 15, 21;
21: 7, 8,9, 15, 19, 20, 21, 27-8; 22: 18-9

Définition, 17: 6-7, 10-1, 18-9

Entrée en vigueur, 17: 24-5; 19:6, 14; 20: 21; 21: 19; 22: 11-2,
15-7

INDEX

Immunity of foreign states——Cont’a’
International agreements~—Cont’d
Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, 10: 7, 10-1; 11: 6,
7,8, 12, 20
Interpretation
Quebec, 11:5, 12, 15; 13:7
Supreme Court of Canada, 11: 5, 13-4
Leases, economic loss, civil obligations, 10: 11-2, 14, 16-7; 11: 6, 8-9,
19; 12: 13, 17-8; 13: 7-8
Property
Damage to, 10: 11-2, 14, 16;12: 11-2
Immunity from attachment and exceptions, 10: 14, 15; 11: 5, 9-
11, 15-6, 19; 12: 6, 7,11, 17, 20-2; 13: 5, 6,7-8
Restrictive immunity legislation
Asia, Africa, Latin America, countries in, 10: 23
Council of Europe, 10: 6, 10, 18, 23
United Kingdom, 10: 6, 7,9-10, 18, 20, 23
United States, 10:6, 7,9-10, 18, 23
Royal Bank of Canada v. Corriveau et al ( (1981), 30 O.R. (2d.)
653), 13: 7-8
State immunity, diplomatic and consular immunity, distinction
between, 10: 11
Trendtex Trading Corporation Ltd. V. Central Bank of Nigeria
([1976] 3 All ER 437, [1977], 1 All ER 881), 10: 18, 20; 11:6,
7,10
Waivers of immunity, 10: 21-2; 11: 17
See also
Bill S-19
External Affairs Canada
Satellites, damages caused by
United Nations

Imperial Conferences, 26: 19, 31, 62, 66, 71

Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire National Chapter of
Canada

Background information, 26: 67-8

Bill C-201
Brief, 26: 68, 69
Dominion Day, recommendation, 26: 69-71, 72-3

Income Tax Act
Amendment proposed; carried, 7: 39-40

Income tax (No. 2), Act to amend the statute law relating to
Amendment proposed; carried, 7: 53

Indian Act

Amendment proposed; carried, 7: 41

Amendment proposed, right of Indian bands to arbitration, 2: 18, 20

Revisions, 69: 76, 82-3; 70: 45

Section 2 — Definitions, 70: 56

Section 4 (1) — Application of Act, 71: 31-2

Section 12 (1) (b) — Persons not entitled to be registered, 69: 26-7,
45-7, 85; 69A: 2-3, 5; 70: 9, 18, 20-1, 44; 70A: 4; 71: 31; 72: 24-6;
73A: 1; 74: 15; 75A: 5; 76: 9; 76A: 1-2, 4, 7

Sections 15 —~ Payments to persons ceasing to be members, 76A: 18

Section 16 — Transfer of funds, 76A: 18

Section 88 — General provincial laws applicable to Indians, 71: 8;
71A: 9

Sections 12 to 16 (1906 Act), 76A: 16-7

Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
Role and responsibilities, 69: 21, 39-40, 83-4; 70: 40, 45

67

J eqnes contrevenants—Suite

Age—Suite
Age maximal de «moins de 18 ans»—Suite
Raisons pour le choix de «moins de 18 ans», 17: 7, 12; 19: 10,
14; 20: 12; 21: 7; 22: 12
Uniformite, raison pour, 17: 7, 12, 25; 19: 6, 10, 14; 20: 1 ;
21:7,15,20;22:12,16-7
Enfants de moins de 12 ans, 17: 24, 25-6; 19: 7-8, 10; 20: 18;
21:9, 22-3;22: 12
Limites actuelles, differences provinciales, 17: 7, 19; 20: 11;
21: 27-8
Maturite, 17: 7, 22, 23
Conduite, responsabilite, 17: 5, 9,10, 16, 22, 26; 19: 15, 16; 20: 10,
12-3;21:6, 10
Decisions, niveau de rigueur, 17: 22-3; 20: 8-9, 14, 20-1; 21: 15-6
Dossiers
Conseils scolaires, 19: 10-2
Creation, 17: 16-7, 18
Destruction, 17:6, 16, 17, 18,24; 19: 10-2; 21: 12, 14-5, 19, 24-5,
27
Empreintes digitales, 17:6, 16-8, 23-4; 21: 24, 25
Utilisation, acces, 17:6; 19: 17
Droits
Apercu, 17:6, 10; 20:6
Droit aux services d’un avocat, 17: 26-8; 19: 8; 21: 9-10, 19, 23,
27; 22: 6-7
Garde
Detention :2. l’ecart des adultes, 19: 14-5; 20: 15, 20, 23
Facilites, 19:7, 8-9, 15; 20: 7, 8,15, 18-20, 21, 23; 22: 14-5, 17
Milieu ouvert ou milieu ferme, 17: 29; 19: 18; 20: 6, 15-6;
21: 11-2, 24, 27, 29; 22: 7-8
Separation par age,17:11,13;20:7,14,15,19,20;21:8,21
Transfert dans une institution pour adultes, 17: 13; 19: 14-5
Tribunal pour adolescents, role, 17: 29; 19: 18-9; 21: 10, 11, 29;
22: 7-8
Infractions
«Infractions de situation», 17:6, 25;21:6
Provinces, lois, 22: 22
Statistiques, 17: 22, 23, 25; 20: 8, 22-3; 21: 15-8, 23, 24, 26;
22: 19-21, 22
Stupefiants, 21: 25-6
Mesure legislative
Consultation federale-provinciale, 17: 7, 8,12; 19A: 1; 20: 6, 7,9,
21;21:7,19,27-8
Entree en vigueur, 17: 24-5; 19: 6, 9,14; 20: 10, 21; 21: 19;
22: 11-2, 15-7, 18
Infractions contre les lois provinciales, 22: 22
Juridiction, pouvoirs federaux et provinciaux, 19: 15, 17; 21: 9,
12, 24-5; 22: 12-3, 21
Retroactivite, 17: 19-20
Mesures de rechange, dejudiciarisation, 19: 14, 15, 17; 21: 9; 22: 13
Mise en liberte, procedure, 19: 18-9
Parents, autorite, 17: 9-10, 15
Preuve, recevabilite, 21: 9-10, 19
Programme, administration
Aide juridique, systeme, 17: 27; 19: 8; 21: 24; 22: 7
Comités de justice pour la jeunesse, 22: 8-9
Economies compensatrices dans le systeme pour adultes, 17: 26;
20: 8; 22: 10
Frais, partage
Gouvernement federal, position, 17: 20-1, 31; 19: 6-7, 8, 9,15;
22:9-10, 14, 15,17, 18
Gouvernements provinciaux, positions, 19A: 2; 20: 9, 10, 13-4,
15,21,23;21:12-3,19—20
Frais pour porter des accusations devant un tribunal pour adoles-
cents, augmentation, 21: 23; 22: 10-1, 12
Procedures judiciaires, retards, 17: 26-8

68 INDEX

Indian Self-Government, House of Commons Special Committee,
69: 82-3; 70:45, 59; 75A: 5; 76: 10

Indian Women and the Indian Act, House of Commons Sub-Commit-
tee, 70:45, 58; 76A: 6, 10, 11

Indians
See
Aboriginal peoples

Indians, Fort Nelson
See
Fort Nelson Indian Band

Inflation and the Taxation of Personal Investment Income, Consulta-
tive Committee (Lortie), 31: 7

Institute of Law Research and Reform, Edmonton, 36: 12-3; 53: 13,
17; 61:6

International Development (Financial Institutions) Continuing Assist-
ance Act
See
Bill C-130

Interpretation Act
Section 16 — Her Majesty not bound or affected unless stated,
15: 6, 8,9, 10

Inuit Committee on National Issues (ICNI)
Background information, 69: 18; 70: 86, 95
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983

Adoption recommended, 70: 87, 89

Evaluation, 70:88, 95-6
Constitutional Accord, 1983, comments, 70: 87-9
Northwest Territories, division, implications, 70: 96-8

Jefferson, Christie, Executive Director, Canadian Association of Eliz-
abeth Fry Societies
Bill S-32
Discussion, 39: 9-22
Statement, 39: 5-9

Jewett, M., Director, Constitutional and International Law Section,
Department of Justice
BillS-19, 10: 10, 14-5, 18, 19,20-1;ll: 12-3, 18-9, 20,21; 12:9-11,
12-4, 17-8, 21-2, 27; 13:7, 9

Joe, Dave, Chief Negotiator, Council for Yukon Indians
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter
Discussion, 70: 20-34
Statement, 70: 17-9

John Howard Society of Canada
Function, 42: 7, 14

John Howard Society of Ontario
Bill S-32

Brief, 42A: 26-33

Discussion, Clause 5 (3), 42: 22

Evaluation, 42: 8, 10-4, 16; 42A: 27-8, 33

Letter to Committee with statistics on mandatory supervision,

47A: 1-3

Jeunes contrevenants—Suite

Programme, administration-—Suite

Provinces, procureurs generaux, role, 17: 29-31
Rapports predecisionnels, 21: 23-4
Rehabilitation, 17: 30-1; 19: 15, 16; 20: 13, 15
Renvoi a la juridiction normalement competente, 17: 22-3; 21: 8-9,

21-2, 26-7

Societe, protection contre le comportement illegal, 17: 5; 21: 6, 7,22
Victimes, droits civils, 17: 15-6; 19: 19

Voir aussi
Bill C-61

Jeunes contrevenants, Loi
Voir
Bill C-61

Jeunes délinq uants
Voir
Jeunes contrevenants

Jeunes délinquants, Loi

Bill C-61, comparaison
Apercu, 17: 5-6, 10; 19:9, 10
Dactyloscopie, 17: 6, 23-4
Vagabondage, 17: 25-6

Historique, 17:5; 19: 15-6

Jewett, M. M., directeur, Section du droit constitutionnel et interna-
tional, ministere de la Justice
Bi1lS-19,10: 10,14-5, 18, 19,20-1;1I:12-3, 18-9,20,21;12:9-11,
12-4, 17-8, 21-2, 27; 13: 7, 9

Joe, M. Dave, negociateur en chef, Conseil des Indiens du Yukon
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur
Discussion, 70: 20-34
Expose, 70: 17-9

John Howard Society of Canada
Fonction, 42: 7, 14

John Howard Society of Ontario
Bill S-32
Discussion, Article 5 (3), 42: 22
Evaluation, 42: 8, 10-4, 16; 42A: 61-2, 67
Lettre au Comité avec des statistiques sur la surveillance obliga-
toire, 47A: 1-2, 4
Memoire, 42A: 60-7
Recommandations, 42: 13; 42A: 63-4, 67
Historique et mandat, 42: 7, 14; 42A: 61

Jours fériés, Loi modifiant la Loi établissant
Voir
Bill C-37
Bill C-201

Joyal, honorable Serge, Secrétaire d’Etat du Canada
Bill C-201, teneur
Discussion, 26: 85-101
Expose, 26: 83-5

Juges
lndemnites, 9: 8, 9
Nombre, augmentation, 9: 8
Nominations supplementaires, 9: 8

INDEX

John Howard Society of Ontario—Cont’a’
Bill S-32—Cont’d
Recommendations, 42: 13; 42A: 29-30, 33
Historical background and mandate, 42: 7, 14; 42A: 27

Joint Committee of the Canadian Bar Association and the Bar of
Quebec
Background information, 66: 7; 68A: 4
Bill S-33
Brief, 66A: 1-20
Definition, legislative statement or code, implications, 66: 25-9,
46-7; 66A: 4, 5-8
Drafting
Application in Quebec, effect, 66: 21-4, 33, 34-5, 37-9, 47;
66A: 3-4, 12-5, 18-20
Civil law and criminal law together, 66: 23, 38-9; 66A: 4
Consultation process, 66: 33, 34, 39,40, 46; 66A: 1-2, 3, 4,16
Omissions, 66: 27-9, 50; 66A: 5, 7-8
Translation, 66: 35, 38, 39-40; 66A: 4-5, 15-6
Recommendations, 66: 38-40; 66A: 16
Rights of accused, 66: 29-32, 36, 39, 52; 66A: 4, 8-12, 16

Joyal, Hon. Serge, Secretary of State of Canada
Bill C-201, subject-matter
Discussion, 26: 85-101
Statement, 26: 83-5

Judges
Allowances, 9: 8, 9
Annuities
Contributions, 9: 22
Double indemnity, 9: 15-6
Eligibility, 9: 13-8
Mandatory, 9: 9, 13, 19
Appointments, additional, 9: 8
Benefits and salaries, Commission to study, 9: 8-9, 18-9, 21-2
Number of, increase, 9: 8
Salaries
Federal appointments in provincial courts, 9: 10-1, 20-1
Increase, retroactive, 9: 7, 8
Indexing formula, 9: 8
Salaries and benefits, Commission to study, 9: 8-9, 18-9, 21-2′
Survivors’ benefits
Children, 9: 11-2
Widowers, 9: 22
Widows, 9: 9-10, 11-2, 19
See also
Bill C-34

Judges Act
The numbers between square brackets refer to the clauses of Bill C-
34
Effect of Bill C-34 on
Section l9[12], 9: 8-9
Section 19 (b)[7], 9: 10-1
Section 19 (h)[7], 9: 10-1
Section 19 (m)[7], 9: 10-1
Section 20[13], 9: 8, 9
Section 22 (3) (b)[15], 9: 9
Section 23 (1)[16], 9: 9, 13-5, 16-7, 18
Section 25 (1.1)[18 (2)], 9: 11-2
Section 25 (1.2)[18 (2)], 9: 12
Section 25 (4)[18 (3)], 9: 22
Section 29, 9: 22
Judges’ contributions towards annuities, consequences, 9: 17-9
Salaries (Clauses 4, 5,7, 9-19), 9: 8

69

Juges—Suite
Pensions
Contributions, 9: 22
Double indemnite, 9: 15-6
Eligibilite, 9: 13-8
Obligatoires, 9: 9, 13, 19
Prestations et traitements, Commission pour etudier, 9: 8-9, 18-9,
21-2
Survivants, pensions
Enfants, 9: 11-2
Veufs, 9: 22
Veuves, 9: 9-10, 11-2, 19
Traitements
Augmentation retroactive, 9: 7, 8
Indexation, formule, 9: 8
Nominations federales aux cours provinciales, 9: 10-1, 20-1
Traitements et prestations, Commission pour etudier, 9: 8-9, 18-9,
21-2
Voir aussi
Bill C-34

J uges, Loi
Les numéros entre parentheses carrées indiquent les articles a’u Bill

C-34

Contributions des juges aux fonds de pensions, consequences, 9: 17-9
Effet du Bill C-34

Art.
Art.
Art.
Art.
Art.
Art.
Art.
Art.
Art.
Art.

19 [12], 9: 8-9
19b) [7], 9: 10-1

1911) [7], 9: 10-1

19m) [7], 9: 10-1

20 [13], 9: 8, 9

22 (3)15) [15], 9: 9

23(1) [16],9:9, 13-5, 15—7, 18
25 (1.1) [18 (2)],9: 11-2

25 (1.2) [18 (2)], 9: 12

25 (4) [18 (3)], 9: 22

Art. 29 9 22

, o

Traitements (Articles 4, 5,7, 9-19), 9: 8
Voir aussi
Bill C-34
Bill C-52

Juges

Juges…, Loi modifiant la Loi

Voir

Bill C-34

Juristat

Voir sous Centre canadien de la statistique juridique

Justice, ministere
Bill C-53, pornographic et exploitation des enfants, 25: 21, 26, 27,
32, 33
Bill C-53 et Bill C-127
Agression sexuelle
Accusations et peines

Agression, comparaison, 25: 17-8, 30-1, 40-2
Agression sexuelle, 25: 16, 17, 32-3, 36-7, 40-2; 27: 41
Agression sexuelle armee, menaces 25: 16, 17, 36-7, 40-1,
43, 44
Agression sexuelle grave, 25: 16, 29, 30, 36-8, 40-1; 27: 39
Emprisonnement £1 perpetuite comme peine maximale,
25: 16-7, 40-1
Immunite du conjoint, elimination, 25: 44
Meurtre, 25: 37-8; 27: 40, 52

Complicite, plusieurs agresseurs, 25: 17, 43-4

Judges Act—Cont’d
See also
Bill C-34
Bill C-52
Judges

Judges Act…, Act to amend
See
Bill C-34

Judicial Compensation and related matters, Advisory Committee
(Dorfman), 9: 7, 19

Juristat
See under Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics

Justice and Legal Affairs, House of Commons Standing Committee

Bill C-34, study, 9: 7,21

Bill C-53, study, 25: 6, 20, 22, 36-7; 27: 14-5,21, 39, 44,48

Bill C-61, study, 17: 7-8; 19: 13, 14, 16, 18

Bill C-141, amendments, 51: 10-1, 12-6

“Proposals to correct… Revised Statutes of Canada, 1970, and other

Acts…”

Clause 6; rejected, 6: 6; 7: 23
Clause 16, amendment proposed, 6: 6-7; 7: 32-4
Clause 22, 7: 39
Clause 47, amendment proposed, 6: 6-7
Clause 49, amendment proposed, 6: 6-7
See also

Miscellaneous Statute Law Amendment program

, 12; 7: 56

Justice Department

Bill C-53, child pornography and child exploitation, 25: 21, 26, 27,
32, 33
Bill C-53 and Bill C-I27
Child abduction, 25: 20-1, 25; 27: 44, 45
Degenderization, 25: 23, 33, 40; 27: 51
Indecent assault, 25: 26, 33; 27: 38
Procuring, 25: 33-4
Sexual assault
Charges and penalties

Aggravated sexual assault, 25: 16, 29, 30, 36-8, 40-1; 27: 39
Assault, comparison, 25: 17-8, 30-], 40-2

Life imprisonment as maximum penalty, 25: 16-7, 40-1
Murder, 25: 37-8; 27: 40, 52

Sexual assault, 25: 16, 17, 32-3, 36-7, 40-2; 27:41

Sexual assault with a weapon, threats …, 25: 16, 17, 36-7,

40-1, 43, 44
Spousal immunity, elimination, 25: 44
Definition, 25: 32—3; 27: 38-9
Evidence and trial
Complainant
Definition, 25: 34-5
Prior sexual history, 25: 18-9, 21-2, 44; 27: 47-8, 49, 50, 51
Reputation, 25: 19, 27-8, 44-5

Consent, 25:35, 36, 41, 42; 27: 37-8, 40, 41

Corroboration, 25: 19

Defences available, 27: 37-8

Drunkenness as defence, unavailability, 25: 30, 31

Honest belief as to consent, 25: 22-3, 24-5; 27: 42, 46-7
Recent complaint, 25: 19-20, 38-9, 40

Summary conviction or indictment, 25: 36; 27: 41-2, 434,

48, 49, 51

70 INDEX

Justice, ministere——Suz’te

Bill C-53 et Bill C-l27—Suz‘te

Agression sexuelle—Suite

Definition, 25: 32-3; 27: 38-9

Historique en droit criminel, 25: 15-6, 19-20, 38-40

Jeunes personnes, 25: 26; 27: 40, 41

Preuve et proces

Consentement, 25: 35, 36, 41, 42; 27: 37-8, 40, 41
Corroboration, 25: 19
Croyance horméte quant au consentement, 25: 22-3, 24-5;
27: 42, 46-7
Declaration sommaire de culpabilite ou mise en accusation,
25: 36; 27: 41-2, 43-4, 48, 49, 51
Defense, moyens, 27: 37-8
Ebriéte comme defense, indisponibilite, 25: 30, 31
Plaignant
Comportement sexuel anterieur, 25: 18-9, 21-2, 44;
27: 47-8, 49, 50, 51
Definition, 25: 34-5
Reputation, 25: 19, 27-8, 44-5
Plainte spontanée, 25: 19-20, 38-9, 40

Statistiques, 25: 39

Victimes, traitement par les autorités, 25: 39-40

Violence, aspect, 25: 15, 16, 17; 27: 37-8
Attentat a la pudeur, 25: 26, 33; 27: 38
Distinction entre les sexes, suppression, 25: 23, 33, 40; 27: 51
Enfants, rapt, 25: 20-1, 25; 27: 44, 45
Proxénétisme, 25: 33-4

Bill C-61

Apergu, philosophic, 19: 15-6
Historique, 17: 14; 19: 15-6
Jeunes contrevenants

Dossiers, 19: 12, 16

Droit aux services d’un avocat, 17: 27-8; 19: 8, 16
Juridiction, pouvoirs fedéraux et provinciaux, 19: 17
Programme, administration, procureurs generaux des provinces,

role, 17: 30
Bill C-127
Amendements, 25: 27-8, 29, 30, 43-5
Directives aux procureurs de la Couronne, 27: 41-2, 43, 49, 51
Ministre, position, 27: 45-6
Bill S-19
Amendements, 12: 5-6, 7-8, 14, 22, 23-4; 13: 4~5, 6-7
Lettre a M. du Plessis au sujet des baux, 13: 7
Redaction, 11: 18-9, 20; 12: 6-7, 18-20, 22-3, 24-9
Bill S-24, opinions juridiques, 23: 9-10; 24: 11, 13-4, 16, 17
Bill S-33
Application, champ, 50: 20, 22, 23, 24, 25
Articles, commentaires et explications, 36: 12-28; 40: 18, 21;
52: 10-25

Association du Barreau canadien

Commentaires sur le mémoire presente, 52: 5-22

Reunion avec, 52: 13, 23; 54: I4, 16; 66: 32-3
Charte des droits et libertés

Changements de redaction 2 cause de, 36: 11, 20-2; 40: 21;

52: 16

Interpretations par rapport a, 36: 11, 22-3; 52: 13
Definition, enonce legislatif ou code, 36:8, 16, 18-20; 52: 9-11
Document d’z’nformation.’ Propositions pour une nouvelle [of sur

la preuve, 49: 20, 23, 24, 25, 27; 54A: 34; 66A: 34, 40
Historique, 36: 5-9, 10-1, 12-4; 52: 6-10, 16-7, 20
Juridictions 5 l’etranger, comparaison, 36: 6, 13, 18-9, 20, 21,
23-4; 52: I2

Portee, 36: 5-6, 10-1, 16, 18; 52: 10-2, 14-5
Preuve, regles

Provinces, adoption, 36: 27, 28; 52: 20

Uniformisation, 38: 8, 9,13-4; 52: 20

‘..5;

on,

14;

INDEX 71

Justice Department—Cont‘d
Bill C-53 and Bill C-127—Cont’d
Sexual assault~—Cont’d
Historical background in criminal law, 25: 15-6, 19-20, 38-40
Multiple assailants, 25: 17, 43-4
Statistics, 25: 39
Victims, treatment by authorities, 25: 39-40
Violence, aspect of, 25: 15, 16, 17; 27: 37-8
Young persons, 25: 26; 27: 40, 41
Bill C-61
Historical background, 17: 14; 19: 15-6
Jurisdiction, federal and provincial powers, 19: 17
Overview, philosophy, 19: 15-6
Program, administration, provincial attorneys general, role, 17: 30
Young offenders
Records, 19: 12, 16
Right to counsel, 17: 27-8; 19: 8, 16
Bill C-127
Amendments, 25: 27-8, 29, 30, 43-5
Guidelines to crown prosecutors, 27: 41-2, 43, 49, 51
Minister’s position, 27: 45-6
Bill S-19
Amendments, 12: 5-6, 7-8, 14, 22, 23-4; 13: 4-5, 6-7
Drafting, 11: 18-9, 20; 12: 6-7, 18-20, 22-3, 24-9
Letter to Mr. du Plessis re leases, 13: 7
Bill S-24, legal opinions, 23: 9-10; 24: 11, 13-4, 16, 17
Bill S-33
Application, 50: 20, 22, 23, 24, 25
Canadian Bar Association
Comments on brief presented by, 52: 5-22
Meeting with, 52: 12, 23; 54: 14, 16; 66: 32-3
Charter of Rights and Freedoms
Drafting changes caused by, 36: 11, 20-2; 40: 21; 52: 16
Interpretations in relation to, 36: 11, 22-3; 52: 13
Clauses, comments and explanations, 36: 12-28; 40: 18, 21;
52: 10-25
Definition, legislative statement or code, 36: 8, 16, 18-20; 52: 9-11
Drafting
Consultation process, 52: 6-8, 20
Translation, 52: 20-1, 22-3, 24
Evidence, rules of
Provinces, adoption, 36: 27, 28; 52: 20
Uniformity, 38: 8, 9,13-4; 52: 20
Foreign jurisdictions, comparison, 36: 6, 13, 18-9, 20, 21, 23-4;
52: 12
Historical background, 36: 5-9, 10-1, 12-4; 52: 6-10, 16-7, 20
Information Paper on The Proposed Canada Evidence Act,
49: 20, 23, 24, 25, 27; 54A: 14; 66A: 5, 7
Scope, 36: 5-6, 10-1, 16, 18; 52: 10-2, 14-5
Criminal Law Review, 38: 8, 9; 47: 18; 48: 7, 8; 57:9, 26; 58: 15
Uniform Law Conference, annual reports, 49: 34

Juvenile delinquents
See
Young offenders

Juvenile Delinquents Act

Bill C-61, comparison
Fingerprinting, 17: 6, 23-4
Overview, 17: 5-6, 10; 19:9, 10
Truancy, 17: 25-6

Historical background, 17: 5; 19: 15-6

Kaplan, Hon. Robert P., Solicitor General of Canada
Bill C-61
Discussion, 17:8, 10, 12-31; 22: 6-22

Justice, ministére-—Suite
Bill S-33—Suite
Redaction

Consultation, processus, 52: 6-8, 20

Traduction, 52: 20-1, 22-3, 24
Conference de l’uniformisation du droit, rapports annuels, 49: 34
Réforme du droit penal, 38:8, 9; 47: 18; 48: 7, 8; 57: 9, 26; 58: 16

Justice et questions juridiques, Comité permanent de la Chambre des
communes
Bill C-34, etude, 9: 7, 21
Bill C-53, etude, 25: 6, 20, 22, 36-7; 27: 14-5, 21, 39, 44,48
Bill C-61, etude, 17: 7-8; 19: 13, 14, 16, 18
Bill C-141, amendements, 51: 10-1, 12-6
«Propositions visant a corriger… Statuts revises du Canada de 1970
et certaines lois posterieures»
Art. 6; rejete, 6: 6; 7: 23
Art. 16, amendement propose, 6: 6-7; 7: 32-4
Art. 22, 7: 39
Art. 47, amendement propose, 6: 6-7, 12; 7: 56
Art. 49, amendement propose, 6: 6-7
Voir aussi
Lois correctives

Justice pénale et correction: un lien 21 forger. Rapport du Comité cana-
dien de la reforme pénale et correctionnelle (Rapport Ouimet),
45: 9-10; 46: 6, 22, 31:47:13, 21;48:l1;57:10

Kaplan, honorable Robert P., Solliciteur general du Canada
Bill C-61
Discussion, 17:8, 10, 12-31; 22: 6-22
Expose, 17: 5-8
Bill S-32
Discussion, 32: 11-27; 48: 14-36; 57: 10-26
Exposes, 32: 5-8, 9-11;48: 5-14; 57: 5-10
Lettre a la presidente du Comité, citation, 60: 7-8

Kaufman, Fred, The Admissibility of Confessions, 52: ll; 59: 14;
62: 25; 65A: 69; 68A: 424

Kingsland, M. Lawrence Ross, Pyramid Communications Limited,
pétitionnaire
Bill S-8, discussion, 1: 7-10

Klein, E.G., Limited
Administration, critique, 16: 11, 12
Certificat de prorogation, application pour, 16: 6, 16
Communications avec Consommation et Corporations Canada
Dissolution, date de l’avis et date, 16: 6, 7,15, 16
Societe, statut, 16: 8-9, 11, 12, 14-5
Conseil d’administration, 16: 8, 9,12
Defaut, avis
Avis pas recu, 16: 10, ll, 12
Publication dans Gazette du Canada, 16: 10-1, 12-3, 14, 15
Directeur majoritaire, titre, residence a l’etranger, 16: 6, 7,8, 1 1, 12
Fonction, statut opérationnel, 16: 7-8, 9, 11-2
Historique, 16: 6, 8
Reconstitution
Frais, responsabilite, 16: 13-4
Procedure, 16: 7, 9-10
Sommaires annuels, 16: 6, 7,8, 9,11, 12, 13, 15-6
Voir aussi
Bill S-26
Consommation et Corporations Canada

72 INDEX

Kaplan, Hon. Robert P., Solicitor General of Canada—Corzt’d

Bill C-61—Cont‘d
Statement, 17: 5-8

Bill S-32
Discussion, 32: 11-27; 48: 14-36; 57: 10-26
Letter to Committee Chairman, quotation, 60: 7-8
Statements, 32: 5-8, 9-11; 48: 5-14; 57: 5-10

Kaufman, Fred, The Admissibility of Confessions, 52: 11; 59: 14;
62: 25; 65A: 30; 68A: 214

Kingsland, Lawrence Ross, Pyramid Communications Limited, Peti-
tioner
Bill S-8, discussion, 1: 7-10

Klein, E.G., Limited

Administration, criticism of, 16: 11, 12
Annual returns, 16: 6, 7,8, 9,11, 12, 13, 15-6
Board of Directors, 16: 8, 9,12
Certificate of continuance, application for, 16: 6, 16
Communications with Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada

Company status, 16: 8-9, 11, 12, 14-5

Dissolution, date of notification and date, 16: 6, 7,15, 16
Default, notification

Notice not received, 16: 10, ll, 12

Publication in Canada Gazette, 16: 10-1, 12-3, 14, 15
Function, operational status, 16: 7, 8,9, ll-2
Historical background, 16: 6, 8
Majority shareholder, title, residence abroad, 16:6, 7,8, 11, 12
Revival

Cost, responsibility for, 16: 13-4

Procedure, 16: 7, 9-10

See also
Bill S-26
Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada

Klein, E.G., Limited …, Act to revive
See
Bill S-26

Knoppers, Jake, Association of Records Managers and Administra-
tors
Bill S-33
Discussion, 67: 7-11, 14-20
Statement, 67: 5-7

Labour union, merchant service
See
Canadian Merchant Service Guild

La Fontaine, Francois, Legislative Advisor, Legislation Section,
Department of Justice

Bill C-141, 51:14, 15

Laframboise, Andre, Acting Commissioner for Federal Judicial
Affairs
Bill C-34
Discussion, 9: 6-7, 8, 10, 11-2, 14, 16-7, 18, 20, 22
Statement, 9: 8-10

La joie, Andree, Le poavoir déclaratoire du Parlement, 26: 26

Klein, E.G., Limited …, Loi reconstituant la société
Voir
Bill S-26

Knoppers, M. Jake, Association des gérants et administrateurs, ges-
tion des documents
Bill S-33
Discussion, 67: 7-1 1, 14-20
Expose, 67: 5-7

La Fontaine, M. Francois, conseiller legislatif, Section de la legisla-
tion, ministére de la Justice
Bill C-141, 51:14, 15

Laframboise, M. André, commissaire intérimaire :i la magistrature
fédérale
Bill C-34
Discussion, 9: 6-7, 8, 10, 11-2, 14, 16-7, 18, 20, 22
Expose, 9: 8-10

Lajoie, Andree, Le pouvoir déclaratoire du Parlement, 26: 26

Lambert, Commission
Voir
Commission royale d’enquéte sur la gestion financiere et l’imputa-
bilite
Lameman, M. Ron, coordonnateur, Treaty 6 Chiefs’ Alliance
(Alberta), Coalition des premieres nations
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur, 71: 19-22,
27-8, 37-9

Lang, honorable Daniel A., sénateur (York-Sud)
Bill C-201, teneur, 26: 11-2, 32, 47-8, 65, 66-7, 86-7, 88, 89

Langlois, honorable Léopold, sénateur (Grandville)

Bill C-130, 50: 15

Bill C-141, 51: 12

Bill C-201, teneur, 26:42, 81,82

Bill S-22, 14: 13

Bill S-24
Comité, role, 23: 9
Flynn, l’honorable senateur, position envers, citation, 23: 10
Gouverneur general, recommandation demandée pour les bills de

finances, 23: 6
Parlement, procedure, bills de subsides, 23: 8; 24: 6, 9,10, 12, 14,
15

Rapport au Senat, 24: 12, 16, 18, 19
Senat, réglements concernant les bills de subsides, 24: 7, 9
Traité, ratification, definition comme, 23: 8, 9; 24: 6, 10
Bill S-31, teneur, 28: 7-8; 30: 59; 33: 46; 34: 6, 24, 35-6, 63, 82-4
«Propositions visant a corriger… Statuts revises du Canada de 1970
et certaines lois postérieures», 6: 13; 7: 31, 39, 43, 44, 48, 50-1,
53,55, 56,60-1

Langlois, M. Raynold, procureur du pétitionnaire, Guilde de la marine
marchande du Canada
Bill S-12

Discussion, 3: 8-16

Exposé, 3: 6-8

Lettre a l’honorable sénateur Macdonald, 3: 10-5

Te

E
1

INDEX

Lambert Commission
See
Royal Commission on Financial Management and Accountability

Lameman, Ron, Co-ordinator, Treaty 6 Chiefs’ Alliance (Alberta),
Coalition of First Nations
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter,
71: 19-22, 27-8, 37-9

Lang, Hon. Daniel A., Senator (South York)
Bill C-201, subject-matter, 26: 11-2, 32, 47-8, 65, 66-7, 86-7, 88, 89

Langlois, Hon. Leopold, Senator (Grandville)
Bill C-130, 50: 15
Bill C-141, 51: 12
Bill C-201, subject-matter, 26: 42, 81, 82
Bill S-22, 14: 13
Bill S-24
Committee, role, 23: 9
Flynn, Honourable Senator, position on, reported, 23: 10
Governor General’s recommendation requested for money bills,
23: 6
Parliamentary procedure, supply bills, 23: 8; 24: 6, 9,10, 12, 14,
15
Report to Senate, 24: 12, 16, 18, 19
Senate rules on supply bills, 24: 7, 9
Treaty ratification, definition as, 23: 8, 9; 24: 6, 10
Bill S-31, subject-matter, 28: 7-8; 30: 59; 33: 46; 34: 6, 24, 35-6, 63,
82-4
“Proposals to correct… Revised Statutes of Canada, 1970, and other
Acts…”, 6: 13;7: 31, 39,43, 44, 48, 50-1, 53, 55, 56, 60-1

Langlois, Raynold, Solicitor for the Petitioner, the Canadian Mer-
chant Service Guild
Bill S-12

Discussion, 3: 8-16
Letter to the Honourable Senator Macdonald, 3: 10-5
Statement, 3: 6-8

Lapierre, Jean C., Parliamentary Secretary to the Secretary of State
for External Affairs
Bill C-130
Discussion, 50: 22
Statement, 50: 20-1

Lapointe, Hon. Renaude, Senator (Mille Isles)

BillC-61,19: 10,14, 15, 19;2l: 15, 18,25, 27

Bill C-127, subject-matter, 27: 37,46

Bill C-141, 51: 17

Bill C-201, subject-matter, 26: 41, 101

Bill S-8, 1:9, 11

Bill S-16, 8: 12, 14

BillS-19, 10:22, 23; 11:9, 20; 12: 19, 25, 27, 28, 29

Bill S-20, 14:9, 14, 15

Bill S-21, 14: 14, 15

Bil1S-22, 14: 14, 15

Bill S-24, 24: 11, 12, 13, 18

Bill S-26, 16: 10, 11, 12-3, 14, 15, 16

Bill S-27, 18:7

Bill S-31, subject-matter, 30: 53-5; 31: 25-8; 34: 23-6, 59-61; 47: 5, 7
Bill S-32

Mandatory supervision
Canadian Association for the Prevention of Crime, recommen-
dations, 38: 21

73

Lapierre, M. Jean C., secretaire parlementaire du secrétaire d’Etat

aux Affaires extérieures
Bill C-130
Discussion, 50: 22
Expose, 50: 20-1

Lapointe, honorable Renaude, senateur (Mille Isles)

BillC-61,19:10,14,15,19;21:15,18,25,27
Bill C-127, teneur, 27:37, 46
Bill C-141, 51:17
Bill C-201, teneur, 26:41, 101
Bill S-8, 1:9, 11
Bill S-16, 8: 12, 14
BillS-19, 10:22, 23; 11:9, 20; 12: 19, 25, 27, 28, 29
Bill S-20, 14: 9, 14, 15
BillS-21,14: 14,15
Bill S-22, 14: 14, 15
Bill S-24, 24: ll, 12, 13, 18
BillS-26,16: 10,11, 12-3, 14, 15,16
Bill S-27, 18:7
Bill S-31, teneur, 30: 53-5; 31: 25-8; 34: 23-6, 59-61; 47: 5, 7
Bill S-32
Penitenciers, 39: 21; 41: 33;-14: 17
Surveillance obligatoire
Association canadienne des societes Elizabeth Fry, position,
39: 17, 20-1
Citizens United for Safety and Justice, memoire, 45: 43-4
Commission nationale des liberations conditionnelles, pouvoirs,
46: 31
Détenus
Admissibi1ité,45: 27; 58: 12
Attitude, 35: 20; 41: 23
Delinquants dangereux ou potentiellement dangereux, 35: 6;
37: 17; 45: 25, 43;-18:26-7, 32; 57: 21-2; 58: 12
Emploi, 44: 22-3, 28
Femmes, frais d’entretien, 42: 26-7
Frais d’entretien, 44: 24
Provinces, prisons, comparaison, 37: 28; 45: 47
Reduction de peine, 35: 19; 37: 20-1, 29; 38: 11, 13; 39: 12;
41:18, 20; 42: 21, 27; 44: 23; 45: 47 –
Rehabilitation, 38: 14; 39: 13, 16; 42: 26; 45: 28
Suspension immediate, 35: 6; 57: 21-2; 58: 12
Violence maritale, 42: 15
Historique, 41: 17
Liberation conditionnelle, comparaison, 38: 13, 20; 39: 13
Resultats, evaluations, 35: 20
Revocation
Mise en liberte apres la revocation, 48: 25
Procedure, 35: 10
Raisons, 38: 11; 39: 12; 41: 19, 30; 42: 15, 27; 45: 22′, 48: 26
Reduction de peine, decheance du droit, 38: 11; 39: 12;
41: 18-9; 45: 22; 48: 25-6
Societe canadienne pour la prevention du crime, recommanda-
tions, 38: 21
Surveillance, 37: 14, 20-1; 38: 20; 41: 18, 22-3; 44: 19-20;
45: 28
Bill S-33
Accusé
Conjoint, 40: 26, 27
Declarations, recevabilite, 40: 25; 59: 15-7
Admission d’office, 40: 20
Etats-Unis, regles féderales de la preuve, comparaison, 40: 17, 20
Experts, 36: 25
Imprimes d’ordinateur, recevabilite, 66: 50; 67: 18-20
Motion, 66: 5
Procedure, 49: 9; 61: 5

74 INDEX

Lapointe, Hon. Renaude, Senator (Mille Isles)—Cont’d
Bill S-32——ConI’d
Mandatory supervision——Cont’d
Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies, position,
39: 17, 20-1
Citizens United for Safety and Justice, brief, 45: 43-4
Historical background, 41: 17
Inmates
Attitude, 35: 20; 41: 23
Costs of maintenance, 44: 24
Dangerous or potentially dangerous offenders, 35: 6; 37: 17;
45: 25, 43; 48: 26-7, 32; 57: 21-2; 58: 12
Eligibility, 45: 27; 58: 12
Employment, 44: 22-3, 28
Gating, 35: 6; 57: 21-2; 58: 12
Marital violence, 42: 15
Provinces, prisons, comparison, 37: 28; 45: 47
Rehabilitation, 38: 14; 39: 13, 16; 42: 26; 45: 28
Remission, 35: 19; 37: 20-1, 29; 38: 11, 13; 39: 12; 41: 18, 30;
42:21, 27; 44: 23; 45:47
Women, costs of maintenance, 42: 26-7
National Parole Board, powers, 46: 31
Parole, comparison, 38: 13, 20; 39: 13
Results, evaluation, 35: 20
Revocation
Procedure, 35: 10
Reasons, 38: 11; 39: 12; 41: 19, 30; 42: 15, 27; 45: 22; 48: 26
Release post-revocation, 48: 25
Remission, forfeiture, 38: 11; 39: 12; 41:
48: 25-6
Supervision, 37: 14, 20-1; 38:20;-11: 18, 22-3; 44: 19-20; 45: 28
Penitentiaries, 39: 21; 41: 33; 44: 17
Bill S-33
Accused
Spouse, 40: 26, 27
Statements, admissibility, 40: 25; 59: 15-7

Computer printouts, admissibility, 66: 50; 67: 18-20

Drafting, 61: 16

Experts, 36: 25

Judicial notice, 40: 20

Motion, 66: 5

Procedure, 49: 9; 61: 5

United States federal rules of evidence, comparison, 40: 17, 20

Bill S-34, 43: 8
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter
Aboriginal peoples
Adoption, positions on, 69: 22; 70: 95; 71: 37
Definition, 70: 20, 56, 68, 95
Métis, 70: 74, 76-7, 83
Rights, 69: 25-6, 86, 88; 70: 9-12, 15-6, 96
Self-government, 69: 71; 70: 59, 73, 75
Constitutional conferences in the future, 69: 18-9, 44-5, 68, 87;
70: 76-7
Motion, 71: 6, 17
Procedure, 7 1: 40
Goldenberg, the Honourable Senator, resignation as Chairman,
26: 8
Northwest Territories, division, 70: 97
“Proposals to correct… Revised Statutes of Canada, 1970, and other
Acts…”, 7: 13,30, 43

18-9; 45: 22;

Laskin, The Right Hon. Bora, P.C., Chief Justice of Canada
Gouvernement de la République démocratique do Congo v. Venne
([1971] S.C.R. 997),judgement, reference to, 11: 19

Lapointe, honorable Renaude, sénateur (Mille Isles)——Suite
Bill S-33——Suite
Redaction, 61: 16
Bill S-34, 43: 8
Goldenberg, l’honorable sénateur, demission comme president, 26: 8
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur
Autochtones
Adoption, positions envers, 69: 22; 70: 95; 71: 37
Autonomie politique, 69: 71; 70: 59, 73,75
Definition, 70: 20, 56, 68, 95
Droits, 69: 25-6, 86, 88; 70: 9-12, 15-6, 96
Metis, 70: 74, 76-7, 83
Conferences constitutionnelles futures, 69:
70: 76-7
Motion, 7]: 6, 17
Procedure, 71: 40
«Propositions visant a corriger… Statuts revises du Canada de 1970
et certaines lois postérieures», 7: 13, 30, 43
Territoires du Nord-Ouest, division, 70: 97

18-9, 44-5, 68, 87;

Laskin, le trés honorable Bora, C.P., Juge en chef du Canada
Gouvernement de la République démocratique du Congo c. Venne
([1971] R.C.S. 997),jugement reference, 11: 19

Latta c. London Life Insurance Company ( (1977), 4 A.R. 359),
68A: 335-6, 337

Laurendeau-Dunton, Commission
Voir
Commission royale d’enquéte sur le bilinguisme et le bicultura-
lisme

Laurin, M. G., conseiller legislatif, Section de la legislation, ministere
de la Justice
«Propositions visant a corriger… Statuts revises du Canada de 1970
et certaines lois postérieures», 7: 22-3, 24, 30-1, 45-6, 48, 51,
53, 60

Leask, M. Peter, membre du Comité special sur S-33, Association du
Barreau canadien
Bill S-33
Discussion, 49: 20-1, 22, 23, 24, 27-8, 30
Expose, 49: 7-12

Lebbey, M. Harold, membre du bureau de direction, Societe Saint
Leonard du Canada
Bill S-32, 37: 14-5, 18, 24-5, 30

Lebel, M. Louis, biitonnier du Barreau du Quebec
Bill S-33
Discussion, 66: 33-4, 47
Expose, 66: 21-4

Leblanc, honorable Fernand E., senateur (Saurel)

Bill C-201, teneur, 26: 50, 57, 58, 59

Bill S-12, 3: 10, 15

Bill S-13, 4: 8, 9,10-1, 12, 13

Bill S-16, 8: 7-8, 9, 10, 12, 14

Bi1lS-19,11: 13, 20

Bill S-24, 23: 8; 24: 7, 16

Bill S-31, teneur, 31: 26, 33-4; 33: 20, 46; 34: 40-1, 52, 54-9, 65-6,

80, 85

Bill S-32, 44: 9, 11

Bill S-33, 40: 27; 55: 5, 12-3, 20-1

President, election, procedure, 26: 9

INDEX 75

Latta v. London Life Insurance Company ( (1977), 4 A.R. 359),
68A:117-8,119

Laurendeau-Dunton Commission

See
Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism

Laurin, G., Legislative Counsel, Legislation Section, Department of
Justice
“Proposals to correct… Revised Statutes of Canada, 1970, and other
Acts…”, 7: 22-3, 24, 30-1, 45-6, 48, 51, 53, 60

Law Reform Commission Act
Amendment proposed, 7: 60-1

Law Reform Commission of Canada
Criminal law, studies, references to, 25: 16; 27: 46, 52; 42: 28
Evidence Code, 36: 6, 8,14, 19; 49: 20, 31; 52: 6, 9-11; 53: 16;
61: 6-7, 9, l6;63:28, 32;66: 26,30, 39;68A: 203-4

Leask, Peter, Member of the Special Committee on S-33, Canadian
Bar Association
Bill S-33
Discussion, 49: 20-1, 22, 23, 24, 27-8, 30
Statement, 49: 7~12

Lebbey, Harold, Member of the Board, St. Leonard’s Society of

Canada
Bill S-32, 37214-5, 18, 24-5, 30

Lebel, Louis, Bfitonnier for the Bar of Quebec
Bill S-33
Discussion, 66: 33-4, 47
Statement, 66: 21-4

Leblanc, Hon. Fernand E., Senator (Saurel)

Bill C-201, subject-matter, 26: 50, 57, 58, 59

Bill S12, 3: 10, 15

Bill S-13, 4: 8, 9,10-1, 12, 13

Bill S-16, 8: 7-8, 9, 10, 12, 14

Bill S19, ll: 13, 20

Bill S-24, 23: 8; 24:7, 16

Bill S-31, subject-matter, 31: 26, 33-5; 33: 20, 46; 34: 40-1, 52, 54-9,

65-6, 80, 85

Bill S-32, 44:9, 11

Bill S-33, 40: 27; 55: 5, 12-3, 20-1

Chairman, election, procedure, 26: 9

“Proposals to correct… Revised Statutes of Canada, 1970, and other

Acts…”, 6: 15-6, 17, 23,24

Legal and Constitutional Affairs, Standing Senate Committee
Bill C-53, study, procedure, 25: 6-15, 28, 31-2, 42
Bill C-61

Invitations to provincial governments to testify, responses
British Columbia, 19: 5; 20: 24; 21: 5-13
New Brunswick, 19:5, 10, 13, 20; 19A: 1~2
Newfoundland, 17: 8-9; 19:5
Nova Scotia, 19: 6
Ontario, 19: 5, 20, 21; 20: 6-10
Quebec, 20: 5
Saskatchewan, 19: 5, 20; 22: 6, 9

Motions, 19: 4, 20; 22:4, 22, 23

Study, procedure, 17:8-9; 19:5, 13, 19-21

Leblanc, honorable Fernand E., sénateur (Saurel)—Suite
«Propositions visant a corriger… Statuts revisés du Canada de 1970

et certaines lois postérieures», 6: 15-6, 17, 23, 24

Legge, major-général B. J ., président, Royal Commonwealth Society
Bill C-201, teneur
Discussion, 26: 14, 35-6, 42-3
Exposé, 26: 29-31

Leone, M. Laureano, préside ‘, Conseil des organismes nationaux
ethnoculturels du Canada
Bill C-201, teneur
Discussion, 26: 63, 64, 65-6, 67
Expose, 26: 60-3

Lesage, honorable Jean, ancien premier ministre de la province de
Québec
Caisse de depot et placement du Québec, déclarations, citations,
30:8, 53;31: 12-3, 16;33:29;34: 12-3

Lévesque, honorable René, premier ministre de la Province de Québec
Développement economique, declarations concernant, citation, inter-
prétation, 33: 51-2, 54, 55

Lewis, D. et L. Clark, Rape: The Price ofCoercive Sexuality, 25: 15-6;
27: 20

Lewis, honorable Philip Derek, sénateur (Saint-Jean)
Bill C-26, 2: 14, 18
Bill C-34, 9: 14, 16, 17, 20
Bill C-53, teneur, 25: 33
Bill C-61, 20: 22
Bill C-127, teneur, 27:21
Bill C-130, 50: 12
BillS-19, 10:21, 22
Bill S-27, 18:8
Bill S-32, 39: 14, 15, 16, 18; 41: 31, 32
Bill S-33
Accusé
Conjoint, 36: 16, 18
Contre-interrogatoire au sujet de son casier judiciaire, 36: 23
Déclarations, recevabilite, 36: 14-5, 16′, 40: 24-5
Défaut de témoignage, observation du juge, 40: 20
Apercu, 36: 11
Association du Barreau canadien
Conference canadienne de l’uniformisation du droit, rapports
annuels, 49: 33, 34
Mémoires, 49: 23
Definition, énoncé législatif ou code, 49: 19, 21; 53: 14
Historique, 49: 21, 22
Imprimes d’ordinateur, recevabilité, 36: 14; 49: 23; 65: 11, 23-6
Institute of Law Research and Reform, information de base,
53: 17
Juridictions a l’étranger, comparaison, 36: 18, 19; 40: 11-3, 17;
49: 24
Procedure, 36: 15, 25; 40: 16:49: 24
Rédaction, 40: 18-9; 49: 22; 54: l4; 65: 22
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur, 71: 27;
72: 8
«Propositions visant a corriger… Statuts revisés du Canada de 1970
et certaines lois postérieures», 7: 50

76 INDEX

Legal and Constitutional Affairs, Standing Senate Committee-—

C0nt’d
Bill C-127
Briefs submitted, 27: 6
Invitations to witnesses, 27: 6, 7
Study, procedure, 25: 42-3
Bill C-130
Motion, Report to Senate, 50: 12, 14-5, 17, 18, 23-5
Order of Reference, 50: 6-7, 8
Bill C-20], subject-matter
Correspondence received, 26: 10-2; 27: 7
Motions, 26: 102-3; 27: 7
Study, procedure, 26: 12, 81-2, 102
Bill S-12
Letter to the Honourable Senator Macdonald from Mr. Langlois,
3: 10-5
Retroactivity, precedent, 3: 10
Bill S-19
Cohen, Maxwell
Proposal to invite as witness at later date, 10: 23, 24
Unavailability as witness, March 19, 1981, 10: 5
Dean of the Diplomatic Corps, discussion re inviting him to
appear as witness, 10: 23-4
Justice Department
Amendments, 12: 5-6, 7-8, 14, 22, 23-4; 13: 4-5, 6-7
Letter to Mr. du Plessis, re leases, 13: 7
Memorandum from Mr. Graham Eglinton re Clause 14, 11: 20-1;
12: 5, 8,24
Bill S-24
Background information, 23: 5, 7-8, 9,10; 24: 7-8, 9-10, 16, 19
Committee, role, 23: 7-8, 9; 24: 13, 14, 18
Bill S-31, subject-matter
Invitations to provincial governments and responses, 28: 5-7;
29: 5-6, 9; 29A: 1-2; 34: 94; 34A: 3-11; 37A: 1-4
Motions, documents appended to proceedings, 29: 4, 5; 31: 4, 18;
33:4, 53; 34: 4, 5,17, 94; 37: 4, 5; 47: S, 7
Witnesses
Invitations, discussion, 29: 6-8, 10-1
List, 37A: 5
Bill S-32
Amendments proposed by Solicitor General, admissibility, point
of order, 58: 5-9, 10, 12, 14, 15; 60: 5, 9-36
Motions, 41: 4, 5; 42: 4, 6-7; 46: 4, 10, 36; 47: 5, 6-7; 60: 4, 6,7,
8,32, 33, 34
Bill S-33, motions, documents appended to proceedings, 54: 4, 15;
55:4, 26-7; 59: 4, 30; 63: 12; 64: 4, 5; 65: 4, 30; 66: 4, 5; 67: 4, 5;
68: 4
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter,
motions, 69: 6, 7,8, 9,50; 70: 6; 71: 6, 14, 17, 39; 73: 6, 20; 74: 6,
22; 75: 6, 8; 76: 3, 13, 24
Goldenberg, the Honourable Senator, resignation as Chairman of
Committee, 26: 7-9, 10
Goldenberg Report (Parole in Canada), 32: 15; 35: 17; 37: 10-1;
38: 12; 45: 41; 47: 13-4; 48: 22
Motion to elect the Honourable Senator Neiman as Chairman of
Committee, 26: 4, 9
“Proposals to correct… Revised Statutes of Canada, 1970, and other
Acts…”
Detailed examination, necessity, discussion, 6: 7-8, 10, 12-9, 22,
24-5; 7: 8
Memorandum from the Honourable Senator Smith, 7: 8-11
Discussion, 7: 14-61
Order of Reference, 6: 13-4
Report to Senate, discussion, 6: 13-5, 17, 18, 22; 7: ll

Liberation conditionnelle au Canada. Rapport du Comité senatorial
permanent des Affaires juridiques et constitutionnelles (Rapport
Goldenberg). 32: 15; 35: 17; 37: 10-1; 38: 12; 45: 41; 47: 13-4;
48:22

Liberation conditionnelle de détenus, Loi

Art. 5 —— Sections de la Commission, 57: 1 1

Art. 6 — Competence dc la Commission, 46: 20

Art. 10 ~— Pouvoirs de la Commission, 46: 6, 31

Art. 14 —- Sentence consecutive ou concurrente, 41: 30; 57: 11-5,

22-3; 58: 6, 7

Art. 15 (2) — Effet de la surveillance obligatoire, 58: 6; 60: 9, 31
Art. 16 —— Suspension ou arrestation, 35: 5, 6; 46: 6; 47: 23

Art. 20 —— Lieu de reincarcération, 42: 22, 23; 46: 6

Liberation conditionnelle de détenus, Loi modifiant la Loi
Voir
Bill S-32

Ligue monarchiste du Canada
Bill C-201
Fete du Dominion, recommandation, 26: 51-4, 55, 56, 57-9, 60
Memoire, 26: 57-8, 59
Information de base, 26:51, 56, 57, 59

Limitation de la propriété des actions des sociétés, Loi
Voir
Bill S-31, teneur

Littlechild, M. Wilton, conseiller juridique, Conseil de tribu de Hob-
bema
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur
Discussion, 74: 16-7, 19-21
Expose, 74: 8-16

Livre vert sur la reforme des pensions
Voir
De meilleures pensions pour les Canadiens, ministére de la Santé
nationale et du Bien-étre social

Logan, honorable Rodman, c.r., ministre de la justice et procureur
general, Gouvernement du Nouveau-Brunswick
Bill C-61, memoire soumis, texte, 19A: 1-2

Loi canadienne sur les droits de la personne
Voir
Droits de la personne, Loi canadienne

Loi concernant la Guilde de la marine marchande du Canada
Voir
Bill S-12

Loi concernant le Président de la Division de Lethbridge de l’Eglise
de Jesus-Christ des saints des derniers jours
Voir
Bill S-16

Loi constituant en corporation le president de la division ecclesiasti-
que de Lethbridge, S.C. 1926-27, chap. 112
Voir
President de la division ecclesiastique de Lethbridge, Loi consti-
tuant en corporation, S.C. 1926-27, chap. 112

‘ial
ort
.4;

INDEX 77

Legal and Constitutional Affairs, Standing Senate Committee——— Loi constituant en société l’eparque de l’éparchie des Saints Cyrille et
Cont’d Méthode des Slovaques de rite byzantin au Canada
Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Voir
Commerce on Bill 5.35

See above Bill S-24

Reports to Senate
Bill C-26, without amendment, 2: 4, 5,21
Bill C-34, without amendment, 9: 4, 5,22

Bill C-45, without amendment, 15: 4, 5,11 . . , , , . . , ,

Bill 061, without amendment’ 22: 4, 5,22’ 23 Art. 80 — ionst1.tut1lon‘dIe l.Assjem}ble 17‘ 6’ 25
Ab – – 1 1 rovlnces, ols, :
2; ongm-a pe0p’e-S . . . Statistiques, 17: 23, 25; 22: 19, 20-1, 22
Adoption, positions on, 70. 61, 70, 71. 17 _ _ _ . _
Coalition of First Nations, funding, 71: 26_7 hhzlesuresldg rechange,,ddejudiglargztion, 19: 14, 15, 17; 22: 13
Def’n’t’on, 69: 34-5, 75-6; 70: 21, 58, 90 ‘Se 6“ 1 °”°- P1’°°° “Yes i ‘
_ lndiarisl, consensus, 71: 34 Pare“t§s_a“f°ri‘é: 17: low 15
.1- Inuit’ 70, 95 Rehabilitation, 17: 30-1; 19: 15
» Land claims, 69: 47-8, 76-7, 83; 70: 21-3, 26, 72; 71: 18; 72: 13, Sényoi 5 1: jtlridistilrln ilgrrlrgalgrrigntlgompétente, 17: 22-3
V, (5; 73, 17 lctlmes, rolts clvl s, : – ; :
5; Numbers, 70: 82 Juridiction, pouvoirs federaux et provinciaux, 19: 15, 17; 22: 12,
‘ Rights, 69: 26-7, 41, 45-6, 75-6, 86; 70: 11-6, 17-8, 21, 24-6; 13» 21 _
72, 15_7; 73, 23_4; 74, i7_9 Proclamation, dat‘e,.l7:2’5; 19:6, 9,14; 21: 19; 22: 11, 16, 18
5 Self-government, 69: 59, 61-2, 68 Progfammfav admlnlstratlon
Bilateral process, 69: 75; 74: 28 Aidelundiques _17‘ 279 19‘ _89 22’ 7
Canada, history, 71: 2g_9 Comltesde justice pourla jeunesse, 22: 8-9
Constitutional conferences in the future, 70: 78; 74: 16-7, 22 Economies °°mP°n33tT1CC5 dans 15 SYSWU13 P0111‘ 3dl11t€5. 171 26
Procedure, 69: 22, 23, 64, 71, 74-5; 71: 35; 74: 17-8 ?2= 10
Ratification’ 59: 58; 70, 49_51; 73: 15,6, 24; 75: 7 Frais, partage, 17: 20-1, 31; 19: 6-7, 8, 9,13, 15; 22: 9-10, 14, 15
Northwest Territories, division, 70:97 F _17s 18 t d _ d t _b 1 d 1
rals pour por er es accusations evan un tri una pour a 0 es
s .
cents, augmentation, 22: 12
_ Stewart, Graham, Mandatory Supervision: Politics and People, 37: 6; Provincgs, procureurs génél-aux, 1-613, 17; 29, 30
42: 25 Retroactivite, 17: 19-20
Comité responsable des delinquants dangereux, 37: 9, 17; 44: 5,
Stock exchanges, Presidents S 6‘i3’5’ 25 bl. t .
Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec, consultations concerning, Ur-Vel ance O l.g:.i one , , . . , , .
30: 22_3, 36; 31: 19 Etuiigegziu Ssgllfciizilgr §EZ:Z)rL14l6SLl7I’ 19a lrgislegrgliberte sous condition,
Seealso ..’:;.:’;: »”
Bunting, J. Pearce, President, Toronto Stock Exchange Stansilques’ graphlquis’ 48′ 9’10‘ 20-1’ 27 . . ,
Lome Pierre President Momma] Stock Exchange Surveillance obligatoire.‘ un document de travail, Comlte sur la
’ ’ ’ surveillance obligatoire, 1981, 32: 10, 25-6; 37: 7, 11; 41: 13,
24, 26; 41A: 3; 48: 15, 30;57:15, 16,24
Stollery, Hon. Peter, Senator (Bloor and Yonge) Voir aussi
Bill S-31, subject-matter, 33: 45; 34: 26-8 Bill S-32
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter
Alj:“;‘g »t‘.al P509]? 71 25 6 34 5 Soonias, M. Rodney, conseiller juridique, Conseil de tribu de Hob-
opion, posl ions on, : – , – bema
Def_ »‘“’°“v 70: 21» 57- 69- 91 Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur, 74: 17-9, 21
Indians, consensus, 71:25, 32-3
L d1‘ ,70:24,30,7l-2 , ,, ,_ _
Right: 5’ 25’ 48_9’ 55_7; 71: 30_1 Soplrika, M. John, c.r., membre du Comlte special sur S-33, Associa-
Motion 74′ 6 22 tion du Barreau canadien
’ ‘ ’ Bill S-33, 66: 8-13

Procedure, 70: 36, 83, 100; 74: 27

Northwest Territories, division, 70: 97
Stanbury, honorable Richard J ., senateur (York-Centre)

’ -2 : –
Stratton, R. v. ( (1978), 42 C.C.C. (2d) 449), 65A: 35-6; 68A: 136 E5?’ 266,3,
Accusations et peines, 25: 41
Strayer, B.L., Q.C., Assistant Deputy Minister, Public Law, Depart- ‘f\8“ »55i°“ 5“’X“°“e~ déf”‘i“°“a 25‘ 42
Etude, procedure, 25: 6, 9,10-1, 13, 14-5, 31, 32,42

ment of Justice
Jeunes personnes, 25: 26, 27

Bill S-19
Discussion, 10: 8, 9,10, 17; 12: 5-8, 9, 14-5, 20-1, 22, 23-4 Plaignant, credibilité, theorie de la plainte spontanee, 25:40

Statement, 10: 5-8

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Surplus Crown Assets Act
Amendments proposed; carried, 7: 53-4

Sussman, Les and Sally Bordwell, Tlze Rapist File, 27: 13-4

Tassé, Roger, Deputy Minister of Justice and Deputy Attorney Gen-
eral, Department of Justice
Bill C-53, subject-matter
Discussion, 25: 32-7, 39-41
Statement, 25: 32
Bill C-127, subject-matter
Discussion, 25:43, 44
Statement, 25: 43
Bill S-33
Discussion, 36: 7-9, 10-1, 27, 28, 29
Statement, 36: 5-7

Tax Rebate Discounting Act
Amendments proposed; carried, 6: 10-1; 7: 54-5

Taylor, Ron, Association of Records Managers and Administrators
Bill S-33, 67: 8-13, 19

Territorial Lands Act
Amendment proposed; carried, 7: 55

This Film Is About Rape, British Columbia Coalition of Rape Centres
and British Columbia Police Commission, 27: 12, 28

Thompson, Hon. Andrew, Senator (Dovercourt)
Bill S-32, 32:23, 24

Thurm, Nelson, Legislative Counsel, Legislation Section, Department
of Justice
BillS-19, 12:23

Toffoli, Garry, Monarchist League of Canada
Bill C-201, subject-matter
Discussion, 26: 51-2, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58-9, 60
Statement, 26: 53-4

Tollefson, E.A., Co-ordinator, Criminal Law Review, Department of
Justice
Bill S-33, 36: 12, 14-25, 27; 40: 18, 21; 52: 8-9
Statement, 52: 5-8, 15-20

Torno, Barry, Legal Counsel, Legal Services, Consumer and Corpo-
rate Affairs Canada
“Proposals to correct… Revised Statutes of Canada, 1970, and other
Acts…”, 7: 11-4

Toronto Justice Council
Bill S-32
Brief, 47A: 5-9
Evaluation, 47A: 5, 7-9
Recommendations, 47A: 5, 8-9

Toronto Stock Exchange, President
See
Bunting, J. Pearce, President, Toronto Stock Exchange

Stanbury, honorable Richard J., senateur (York-Centre)-—Sui’te
Bill C-53, teneur—Suite
Procedure (president suppleant), 25:6, 15, 28, 29, 31, 32, 42
Proxenetisme, 25: 34
BillS-19, ll: 17, 18,21; 12: 15, 22, 23
Bill S-33, 40: 23-4

State Immunity Act (Royaume-Uni)
Voir sous Royaume-Uni

Statistique, Loi
Amendements proposes; adoptes, 6: 19-22, 24; 7: 51-3

Statut de Westminster, 1931, 26: 19, 20, 23, 25, 31, 32, 34, 71

Statuts revises du Canada de 1970 et certaines lois posterieures,
Propositions visant ti corriger…
Art. 1 —— Loi sur les societes commerciales canadiennes
Amendement propose; adopte, 7: 16
Discussion, 7: 10-1, 16
Art. 2 -— Loi sur la Societe canadienne d’hypothéques et de loge-
ment
Amendements proposes; rejetes, 7: 6, 20-1
Discussion, 6: 15-7, 18, 23-4; 7: 16-8, 19, 20-1
Art. 3 —— Regime de pensions du Canada
Amendements proposes; adoptes, 7: 21
Discussion, 6: 16, 17, 24-5; 7: 21
Art. 5 — Loi sur la pension de retraite des Forces canadiennes
Amendement propose; adopte, 7: 22
Discussion, 7: 21-3
Art, 6 —— Loi relative aux enquetes sur les coalitions
Amendement propose; rejete par le comité de la Chambre des
communes, 6: 6; 7: 23
Discussion, 6: 6; 7: 23
Art. 8 —- Loi sur les associations cooperatives de credit
Amendement propose; adopte, 7: 24
Discussion, 6: 5; 7: 23-4
Art. 9 — Loi de 1977 modifiant le droit penal
Amendement propose; adopte, 7: 25
Discussion, 7: 24-5
Art. 10 —— Loi sur la responsabilite de la Couronne
Amendement proposé;.adopte, 7: 25
Discussion, 7: 25
Art. 11 — Loi sur le ministere et sur la Commission de l’emploi et
de l’immigration
Amendement propose; adopte, 7: 26
Discussion, 7: 25-6
Art. 12 — Loi sur l’expansion des exportations
Amendement propose; adopte, 7: 27
Discussion, 7: 26-7
Art. 13 — Loi de 1973 sur les allocations familiales
Amendement propose, 7: 27
Discussion, 7: 27
Art. 14 — Loi sur les offices de commercialisation des produits de
ferme
Amendements proposes; adoptes, 7: 28, 30
Discussion, 7: 27-30
Art. 15 — Loi sur les pecheries
Amendement propose; adopte, 7: 32
Discussion, 7: 30-2
Art. 16 — Loi sur l’organisation de l’alimentation et de l’agricu1ture
des Nations unies
Amendement propose; adopte, 7: 34
Discussion, 6: 6-7; 7: 32-4
Art. 17 —- Loi des aliments et drogues
Amendement propose, adopte, 7: 34

et

INDEX 117

Toward Unity: Criminal Justice and Corrections. Report of the
Canadian Committee on Corrections (Ouimet Report), 45: 9-10;
46: 6, 22, 3l;47: 13, 21;48: ll; 57: 10

Trademarks Act
Amendment proposed; carried, 7: 55

TransCanada Pipelines Limited, 31: 34; 34: 9, l5, I7, 18, 22, 85

Transfer of Offenders Act
Amendment by House of Commons Committee to amendment pro-
posed, 6: 6-7, 12; 7: 56
Amendment proposed; carried, 6: 6-7, 12; 7: 55-6

Treaties
No. 6, 69: 48, 57; 69A: 7-8; 74: 12, 17
No. 7,74: 13, 17
No. 8
Dene Nation, land surrenders, 2: 12
Interpretation, 2: 7, ll-2
Validity challenged, 2: 13
See also
Treaty 6 Chiefs’ Alliance (Alberta), Coalition of First Nations

Treatise (A) on the Anglo—American system of evidence in trials at
common law: including the statutes and judicial decisions of all
jurisdictions of the United States and Canada, John Henry Wig-
more, 36: 14; 40: 17; 59: 10, 19; 59A: 15-6; 62: 22; 65: 21; 67: 13;
68A: 204-5, 208, 216

Treaty 6 Chiefs’ Alliance (Alberta), Coalition of First Nations
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, i983
Brief, 71: 37-8; 71A: 2-6
Study by the Committee, procedure, 71A: 2-3
Constitutional Accord, 1983, comments, 71: 38-9; 71A: 3-4, 5-6

Tremblay, Hon. Arthur, Senator (Les Laurentides)
Bill C-26, 2: 7
Bill C-130, 50: 15-6, 22
Bill C-141
Affirmative action programs, standards, 51: 25-6
Age of retirement, 51: 23-4
Canadian Human Rights Commission, discretionary powers,
51: 18-20
Drafting, 51: 13-4, 15, 16-8
Procedure, 51: 15, 20
Bill C-201, subject-matter, 26: 91, 98-9, 100
Bill S-3 1, subject-matter
Caisse de dépot et placement du Quebec, 30: 20; 34: 41, 42, 51,
53, 54
Canadian Pacific Limited, 33: 17
Economy, effect on, 30: 52, 53
Federal-provincial consultations, 31: 31-2, 33
Historical background, origins, 33: 15; 34: 92-3
Motion, 37: 5
Procedure, 28: 15; 30: 21; 34: 43, 94
Quebec Securities Act, amendments, 34: 41, 42
Scope, 28: 32, 33, 34-5; 33: 17-8
Study, procedure, 28: 7
Voting rights, limitation, 31: 30, 31; 33: l5-6, 17
Committee workload, 76: 14
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, i983, subject-matter,
69:9-l3, 21-2, 37-9, 42, 48- 9, 67~71; 70: 98-100; 72: 19-24;
76:3, 13

Statuts revisés du Canada de 1970 et certaines lois postérieures,—
Suite
Art. 17 —_— Loi des aliments et drogues—Suite
Discussion, 7: 34
Art. 18 — Loi sur le fonctionnement des compagnies de l’Etat
Amendement proposé; adopte, 7: 35
Discussion, 7: 34-5
Art. 19 — Loi sur 1’indemnisation des employés de l’Etat
Amendement proposé; adopte, 7: 35
Discussion, 6: ll; 7: 35
Art. 21 — Loi de 1976 sur Pimmigration
Amendements proposés; adoptés, 7: 36, 37, 38, 39
Discussion, 7: 35-9
Art. 22 —— Loi de l’imp6t sur le revenu
Amendement proposé; adopté, 7: 40
Discussion, 7: 39-40
Art. 23 —— Loi sur les Indiens
Amendement proposé; adopte, 7: 41
Discussion, 7: 41
Art. 24 —— Loi sur les compagnies d’assurance canadiennes et britan-
niques
Amendements proposes; adoptes, 7: 41, 42
Discussion, 6: 5; 7: 41-2
Art. 25 — Code canadien du travail
Amendements proposés; adoptes, 7: 42, 43
Discussion, 7: 42-3
Art. 26 — Loi sur les animaux de ferme et leurs produits
Amendement proposé, adopté, 7: 43
Discussion, 7: 43
Art. 27 —— Loi sur la généalogie des animaux
Amendement proposé; adopte, 7: 43
Discussion, 7: 43
Art. 28 — Loi sur les compagnies dc prét
Amendement proposé; adopte, 7: 43
Discussion, 6: 5; 7: 43
Art. 29 — Loi sur la défense nationale
Amendement proposé; rejeté, 7: 44
Discussion, 7: 9, 43-4
Art. 30 — Loi nationale sur le film
Amendement proposé; adopté, 7: 45
Discussion, 7: 10, 45
Art. 31 — Loi sur les musées nationaux
Amendement proposé; adopte, 7: 46
Discussion, 7: 45-6
Art. 32 —— Loi sur la sécurité de la vieillesse
Amendements proposés; adoptes, 7: 46, 47
Discussion, 7: 46-7
Art. 33 —— Loi sur les normes des prestations de pension
Amendement proposé; adopté, 7: 48
Discussion, 6: 5; 7: 48
Art. 34 — Loi sur Padministration du pétrole
Amendement proposé; adopte, 7: 49
Discussion, 7: 10, 48-9
Art. 35 — Loi sur les prisons et les maisons dc correction
Amendement proposé; rejeté, 7: 50, 51
Discussion, 7: 10, 49-50, 51
Art. 37 — Loi sur la pension de la Fonction publique
Amendement proposé, 6: 5
Discussion, 6: 5
Art. 38 — Loi sur le Sénat et la Chambre des communes
Amendement proposé, 6: 11-2
Discussion, 6: 11-2 _
Art. 39 —— Loi sur la marine marchande du Canada
Amendement proposé; adopté, 7: 51
Discussion, 6: 17, 19; 7: 50-1
Art. 40 — Loi sur la statistique
Amendements proposes; adoptés, 7: 52, 53

118 INDEX
Tremblay, Hon. Arthur, Senator (Les Laurentides)—Cont’d Statuts revisés du Canada de 1970 et certaines lois postérieures, —
“Subject—matter of clauses of Bills where such clauses may Suite
infringe upon the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Art. 40 — Loi sur la statistique——Suz’te
Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms”, examination by a Discussion, 6: 19-22, 24; 7: 51-3
Parliamentary Committee, discussion, 76: 20-2 Art. 41 —— Loi modifiant 1e droit fiscal (No. 2)
Amendement proposé; adopté, 7: 53
Tremblay, Gérald, Member of the Special Committee on s-33, DISCIISSI0II~,7= 53 , ,
Canadian 38,. Association; Bar of Quebec Art. 42 — Loi sur les textes reglementaires
Bi“ S_33 Amendement proposé; rejeté, 7: 53
Discussion, 49: 23-9, 30-2; 66: 34-5, 37-40, 46-7, 49 DISCIISSIOII» 6= 10: 7= 53

Art. 43 — Loi sur les biens de surplus de la Couronne
Amendements proposes; rejetés, 7: 54
Discussion, 7: 53-4

Statement, 49: 14-9

Tremus Industries Limited . . . ..
Administrator (Major Anderson)‘ daath, 5: 6 Art;Y4:1;3—tLoi sur la cession du droit au remboursement en matiere
De]§:1s1(§i’j1t(‘?(t)lnf1catlon never race“/ed’ 5: 6 Amendements proposés; adoptés, 7: 55

Awareness of 5_ 6 Discussion,.6: 10-1; 7: 54-5 . I
Reasons for Art. 45 — Loi sur les terres territoriales
Historical background, 5: 6 3iI:::s:ic::]eI,17t_ grsoposel adopte’ 7: 55
Shgzgzolgfrs’ 5: 7 Art. 46 —— Loi sur les marques de commerce
Bm S44 Amendement proposé; adopté, 7: 55
. Discussion, 7: 55
Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada Art. 47 —-— Loi sur le transferement des délinquants
_ , . _ Amendement proposé; adopte, 7: 56

Tremus Industries Limited, Act to revive Discussion, 6: 6_7’ 12; 7: 55_6

Se‘—’_ Art. 48 —— Loi sur les compagnies fiduciaires
B‘” S‘ I 4 Amendement proposé; adopté, 7: 56

Discussion, 6: 5; 7: 56
T rendtex Trading Corporation Ltd. v. Central Bank of Nigeria [1976] Art, 49 —— Loi de 1971 sur Passurance-chémage

3 All E.R. 437, [1977] 1 All E.R. 88]), 10: 18, 20; ll: 6, 7,10 Amendement proposé; adopté, 7: 58
Discussion, 6: 6-7; 7: 10, 56-8
Trudeau, The Right Hon. Pierre Elliott, Prime Minister of Canada ATL 50 “‘ L03 5111’ 135 Poids 9t mes‘-‘T35
First Ministers’ Conference, 1983, speeches, quotations, 69: 73-4; Amendement PI’0P05é§ ad0Pté» 73 59
70: 46-7, 62; 72: 10 Discussion, 7: 8, 16, 58-9
Annexe 1

Definition, 7: 60

Trust Companies Act Rubrique 1 —— Code criminel, 7: 59

Amendment proposed’ earned’ 6′ 5’ 7′ 56 Rubrique 5 — Loi de 1976 sur Pimmigration, 7: 60
, , _ Rubrique 7 —— Loi sur les compagnies d’assurance canadiennes et
Trust Companies’Association of Canada bmanniques, 7, 60
Bi” S33: Posmon °“S 65A‘ 80 Rubrique 8 —— Loi sur la Commission de reforme du droit, 7: 60-1
Annexe 2, definition, 7: 60
TWO Rivers, Billy, Clliefr Caughnawaga R€SerVe (Quebec). C0alifi0fl Changements proposes par le Comité permanent sur la Justice et des
of First Nations questions juridiques de la Chambre des communes, 6: 6-7, 12;
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter, 7: 23, 32-4, 56
71: 35-7 Propositions nouvelles

Loi électorale du Canada, amendement, 6: 7; 7: 6, 11-2, 14, 61

Tyranny (The) of Treatment …?, William Outerbridge, 47A: 7 Loi 511? 13 Fégularlsatlon des Comptes, amendement, 61 7; 7! 6.

11-2, 14, 61
Loisurle dimanche amendement 6: 7’ 7: 7 11-2 14 61
Unemployment Insurance Act, 1971 , . , ’ ’ ’ ‘  » _ ’ ‘
Amendment by House of Commons Committee to amendment pro- L0‘. 5”’ 1° _‘-11’0″ d auteur, amfindement, 6. 7, 7. 6-7, 1 1-4, 61
posed, 6: 6-7 Voir aussi :

Chaque loi séparément
Lois correctives

Sterling, honorable N.W., secrétaire-provincial it la justice, Gouverne-

Amendment proposed; carried, 6: 6-7; 7: 10, 56-8

Uniform Evidence Act

Historical background, 36: 6, 7-8, 10-1, 12-4, 29; 49: 21-3, 28-31; I_IIentde|’0ntari0
52: 6-7, 16-7, 20; 54A: 8-9, 14-6; 59.4: 3; 61: 5-6, 11-3; 62: 14-5; BI“ _C-61 _
63: 13-4, 16, 28-30, 31-3; 68A: 200-3 DISCUSSION, 20= 10-6’ 19-23
Translation, 49: 18 EXP05é- 201 5’10
See also
31“ 5’33 Steuart, honorable David Gordon, sénateur (Prince Albert-Duck
Lake)
Uniform Law Conference of Canada Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur
Annual reports to Canadian Bar Association, 49: 33-4; 52: 7, 20 Autochtones

Members, 49: 1 1 Adoption, positions envers, 70: 61, 70; 71: 17

i
1

Uniform Law Conference of Canada—Cont’d
 » Whitehorse, 1981 meeting, 36: 7, 13, 20, 21; 49: 11, 22; 52: 7, 20;
54: 14; 59: 21; 61: 5-6; 62: 13-5, 23
See also
Uniform Evidence Act

Union, Act of, 1840, 2: 9

Union of New Brunswick Indians, Coalition of First Nations
Background information, 71: 14, 15, 23; 71A: 16
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, position on, 71: 25, 37
Constitutional Accord, 1983, comments, 71: 15-7; 71A: 22
Presentation to United Nations Working Group on Indigenous Peo-

ples, 71: 17; 71A: 16-23

Union of Ontario Indians (Anishinabek)

Assembly of First Nations, member, 73: 24, 25

Background information, 73: 20, 25

Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, adoption recom-

mended, 73: 23, 24
Constitutional Accord, 1983, comments, 73: 20-3
Self-government, definition, interpretation, 73: 21, 22-3

Union of Solicitor General Employees
Bill S-33
Evaluation, 44: 7-8, 12, 13,25, 32
Recommendations, 44:7, 8,11.-2, 13, 18, 19,26
Function, role, 44: 5, 7,12-3
See also
Penitentiaries

United Kingdom
Bankers’ Books Evidence Act, 1879, 55: 6-7, 24; SSA: 3; 65: 7-8
Civil Evidence Act, 1968, 55: 11, 18, 20, 22; 55A: 15-6
State Immunity Act
Bill S-19, comparison with
Definition, “commercial activity », 10: 7, 9-10, 18, 20; 11: 6, 11,
14, 15;l2:6-7,9,12—3,17-8
Execution ofjudgement, 12: 21
Immunities and privileges, extension or restriction, 12: 24
Overview, 10: 9-10
Historical background, 10:6, 10, 23; 11: 8
See also
Bill S-19
Council of Europe

United Nations
i Convention on International Liability for Damage Caused by Space
Objects, 12: 11-2
Vienna Convention on Consular Relations, 10: 7, 10-1; 11: 12
Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, 10: 7, 10-1; 11: 6, 7,8,
12, 20
See also
Diplomatic and Consular Privileges and Immunities Act
Immunity of foreign states

United States
Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act

Bill S-19, comparison with

Definition “commercial activity”, 10: 7, 9-10, 18; 11: 15; 12: 6,
13

Execution ofjudgement, 12: 21
Overview, 10: 9-10

Historical background, 10:6, 10, 23; 11: 8

INDEX

119

Steuart, honorable David Gordon, senateur (Prince Albert-Duck
Lake)—Suize
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur-Suite

Autochtones——Suite
Autonomie politique, 69: 59, 61-2, 68
Coalition des premieres nations, financement, 71: 26-7
Definition, 69: 34-5, 75-6; 70: 21, 58,90
Droits, 69: 26-7, 41, 45-6, 75-6, 86; 70: 11-6, 17-8, 21, 24-6;

72: 15-7; 73: 23-4; 74: 17-9
Indiens, consensus, 71: 34
Inuit, 70: 95
Nombre, 70: 82
Revendications territoriales, 69: 47-8, 76-7, 83; 70: 21-3, 26, 72;
71:18;72:l3,15;73:17

Canada, histoire, 71: 28-9

Conferences constitutionnelles futures, 70: 78; 74: 16-7, 22

Procedure, 69: 22, 28, 64, 71, 74-5; 71: 35; 74: 17-8

Processus bilateral, 69: 75′, 74: 28

Ratification, 69: 58; 70: 49-51; 73: 15-6, 24; 75: 7

Territoires du Nord-Ouest, division, 70: 97
Stewart, Graham, Mandatory Supervision: Politics and People, 37: 6;
42: 25

Stollery, honorable Peter, sénateur (Bloor et Yonge)
Bill S-31, teneur, 33: 45; 34: 26-8
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur
Autochtones
Adoption, positions envers, 71: 25-6, 34-5
Definition, 70: 21, 57, 69, 91
Droits, 70: 15, 25, 48-9, 55-7; 71: 30-1
Indiens, consensus, 71: 25, 32-3
Revendications territoriales, 70: 24, 30, 71-2
Motion, 74: 6, 22
Procedure, 70: 36, 83, 100; 74: 27
Territoires du Nord-Ouest, division, 70: 97

Stratton, R. c. ((1978), 42 C.C.C. (2d) 449), 65A: 75; 68A: 353

Strayer, M. B.L., c.r., sous-ministre adjoint, Droit public, ministére
de la Justice
Bill S-19
Discussion, 10: 8, 9,10, 17; 12: 5-8, 9, 14-5, 20-1, 22, 23-4
Expose, 10: 5-8

Stupefiants, Loi, 40: 13; 52: 13; 53: 11; 59A: 10; 65A: 57; 66: 15, 51;
68A: 233-6

Surveillance obligatoire
Alternatives et variations, propositions et reactions
Abolition et abolition de la reduction de peine

Detention jusqu’a l’expiration du mandat dans certains cas,
45:6, 11, 17, 20, 28-9, 36, 38, 49-50; 47: 20-1, 26-7; 48: 14,
17, 26

Incarceration pour une période indeterminee dans certains cas,
45:36, 37-9,42-3,44;47:20-1, 26-7:48: 14,26

Liberation conditionnelle, admissibilite a partir du premier tiers
de la peine, 32: 14, 15, 17, 26; 37: 10-1, 12-3, 20; 39: 11;
41: 19; 45: 36-7, 41; 47: 20-1, 26-7; 48: 14,26

Mise en liberte seulement a la discretion de la Commission
nationale des liberations conditionnelles, 38: 20; 45: 6, 10-3,
17-9, 20, 28-9, 35-8, 41, 43, 46-8, 49- 50; 47: 20-1, 26-7,
28-9; 48: 8, 9-12, 14, 20-1, 26

Peine, prolongation a la discretion du juge dans certains cas,
44: 7, 8,11-2, 13, 26; 47: 20-1, 26-7; 48: 14,26

I20 INDEX

United States——Cont’d
See also

Bill S-19
Vaillancourt, Emile, Canada is not a Plantation, 26: 19, 20, 21

Vallerand, André, Vice-President and Director General, Chamber of
Commerce of the District of Montreal
Bill S-31, subject-matter
Discussion, 34: 18, 20-2, 25-9, 31-2, 35-8
Statement, 34: 7-14

Venne, Gouvernement de la République démocratique du Congo v.
([1971] S.C.R. 997), ll: 11, 13, 19; 12: 13-4

Venner, Ares v. ([1970] S.C.R. 608). 54A: 24; 63: 26, 27; 65: 8, 21;
66: 10; 68A: 39, 42, 202

Vetrovec v. The Queen ( (1982), 67 C.C.C. (2d) 1), 49: 21; 53: 6, 15;
54A: 8; 61: 6; 62: 25; 65A: 36-7; 68A: 142, 202

Vezeau v. The Queen ([1977] 2 S.C.R. 277), 36: 13, 22

Vienna Convention on Consular Relations
See under United Nations

Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations
See under United Nations

Viets, R.D., Senior Legal Advisor, Corporations Branch, Bureau of
Corporate Affairs, Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada

Bill S-8, 1: 11-2

Bill S-13, 4: 7-9, 12-3

Bill S-20, 14: 13, 14, 15

Bill S-21, 14: 13, 14, 15

Bill S-22, 14: 13, 14, 15

Viking Houses and Group Home Program for Children and Adoles-
cents
Bill C-61, position on, 19: 19-20

Walker, Hon. David, Senator (Toronto)
Bill C-201, subject-matter, 26: 16, 40-1
Goldenberg, the Honourable Senator, resignation as Chairman,
26: 7

Waller, Irwin, Men Released from Prison, and other studies, 37: 7, 14;
48: 33, 34-5

Ward v. The Queen ([1979] 2 S.C.R. 30), 59A: 17; 65A: 28; 66: 17;
68A: 80, 89

Watt, Charlie, Co-Chairman, Inuit Committee on National Issues
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter.
70: 90

Weights and Measures Act
Amendment proposed; carried, 7: 8, 16, 58-9

Surveillance obligatoire—Suite
Alternatives et variations, propositions et reactions—Suite
Abolition mais maintien de la reduction de peine
Aucune surveillance (situation d’avant 1970), 37: 6, 18, 20;
38: 12; 39: 6, 8-9; 4]: 18-9; 42: 8, 10, 13, 19-20; 42A: 63-4,
67; 45:6, 22-4; 47A: 5, 8; 48: 8-9, 17
Surveillance «volontaire», 37: 6-8, 14-5, 17-20, 30; 38: 12;
39: 7-9; 41: 18; 42A: 63; 45: 10-1; 47: 21-2; 47A: 5, 6; 48: 14
Decheance du droit a la reduction de peine seulement pour une
nouvelle infraction, 37: 9-10, 18; 38: 6-7, 11, 18; 39: 6-7, 11,
12; 41: 8-9, 13, 24-6, 29-31; 41A: 7-10; 42: 10-1, 14-6, 19;
45: 22-4, 27-8; 47: 16, 18-20, 25; 48: 18- 9; 57: 17-8; 60: 34-6
Enquete de l’ensemble du systeme correctionnel, 38: 5, 7-9;
46: 5-6, 8-9, 19-22, 25-7, 30-1, 33-5: 47A: 5, 8-9; 48: 5-6, 8
Reduction de peine
Abolition, 32: IO, 15, 17, 26; 37: 10-1, 20; 38: 11-2; 44: 7-8,
11-3, 26; 45: 6, 8,10-1, 17, 20, 23, 28-9, 35, 37, 38, 45-50;
48:8,9-12, 20-1, 25, 26,29
Maintien, avec ameliorations, 32: 15; 37: 6, 8,11-2, 20, 30;
38: 12, 14, 19; 39: 6, 8-9, 11-2, 18-9; 41: 19-20; 42: 9, 11-3,
18-22; 42A: 63; 44: 8, 26-8; 45: 6, 8,10, 18, 20, 22-3, 37,
45-50; 47A: 5; 48: 8-9, 28
Detenus
Admissibilite, 32: 5-6, 7-11, 12-4, 15-8; 35: 9, 15, 18, 23; 37: 20-1;
38: 5-6, 18; 41: 8, 10, 19; 41A: 3-4;42: 10, 16, 27; 46: 19, 25-6,
32; 47: 23-4, 29;48:6, 21, 29; 57:6; 58: 12-3
Assistance postpenale, services, 32: 25; 41: 17-8, 22, 23; 41A: 7;
42: 26; 44: 14, 20, 21-2, 25-6; 45: 10, 28; 47: 21, 22, 26;
47A: 6, 8,9; 48: 9
Attitude envers, 35: 8-9, 18, 20, 31; 37: 6-8, 14-5, 17-8; 38: 18-9;
39: 6; 41: 23; 41A: 3; 42: 13, 26; 42A: 62, 67; 44: 5;-15: 7, 24,
37;-16: 25-6;47: 21, 29; 47A: 6, 7
Conditions imposees, 37: 14-5, 17-8; 41: 9, 20; 41A: 4; 45: 6, 11,
17-8, 20, 22-4; 46: 9, 14-5, 22-3, 31
Delinquants dangereux ou potentiellement dangereux
Code criminel, dispositions, 38: 11, 16; 41: 11-2, 26-7; 41A: 4-5;
44: 12-4, 26; 45: 8, 17, 19-20, 23, 27-30, 36-9, 41-3;
46: 16-8; 47: 7-17, 27; 48: 21, 25, 32; 57: 7, 9,11-2, 19-20;
58:l1,14;60:6-8
Crimes avec violence et homicides, 32: 5, 7-8, 10, 21, 26;
35:17-8, 22-4; 38: I7; 39: 7; 41: ll; 42: 15, 17-8, 23-4;
42A: 38-9, 41-8, 54, 56; 44: 12; 45: 6-7, 10, 22, 30-1, 39-40,
45; 47A: 7; 48: 11, 30-1; 57: 15-6, 24
Delinquants sexuels, 35: 6, 7; 37: 17; 39: 15; 45: 7, 8,13, 25,
31-5, 38, 41- 3; 46: 16-7, 27; 47: 8, 11-3, 17; 57: 7-8
Identification et prediction de comportement, 35: 6; 37: 15-7,
23-4; 38: 15-7; 39:7, 9-10, 15; 41: 11-3; 41A: 3, 5; 42: I7,
25, 13;“: 6, 12-7, 26; 45: 6, 7-8, 10-1, 16-9, 25, 28-32, 43;
46: 15-9, 27-8; 47: 7-16; 48: 11, 20; 57: 6-7, 15-7
Peines, determination, 38: 7, 9; 46: 26, 30; 47: 8, 9,10-3, 16,
17-8, 21, 27
Peines d’une duree indeterminee, 38: 16; 41: 11-2; 41A: 5;
45: 36, 37-9, 42-3, 44; 47: 8, 10-3; 48: 32
Santé mentale, 32: 12-3; 35: 30-1; 38: 17; 39: 15-6, 19; 41: 26-9;
41A: 4-5; 45: 8, 12-3, 25, 28-9, 38, 43; 46: 27-9; 47: 9-10,
13-5, 28; 58: 14
Suspension immediate, blocage
Alternatives, 38: 11, 16; 41: 11-2, 26-7; 41A: 4-5; 44: 13-4,
26; 45: 20, 27-8, 36, 38-9, 42-3, 44; 47: 7, 9-15, 17, 27;
_ 48:21, 25,32
Evaluation, 37: 16, 19-20, 23; 38: 7, 10-1, 16-7; 41: 20-1;
44:6, 14, 25- 6; 51: 24
Interpretation de la Loi sur la liberation conditionnelle des
détenus
Autorite, pouvoir, 32: 13-4; 35: 15; 37: 16, 19-20, 23;
41: 10-2; 44: 25; 45: 12, 16, 28; 46: 13-5; 47: 28-9;
48: 7; 57: 5, 6-7; 58: 5, 12-3; 60: 21, 24
Cas, nombre, 32: 13, 17; 35: 7; 38: 10; 45: 26; 57: 16, 21;
58: 12

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121

Wigmore, John Henry, A treatise on the Anglo-American system of
evidence in trials at common law: including the statutes and judi-
cial decisions of all jurisdictions of the United States and
Canada, 36: 14; 40: 17; 59: 10, 19; 59A: 15-6; 62: 22; 65: 21;
67: 13; 68A: 204-5, 208, 216

Wilkes, John, Chief, Legislation and Liaison, Income Security Pro-
gram, Health and Welfare Canada
“Proposals to correct… Revised Statutes of Canada, 1970, and other
Acts…”, 7: 21, 46-7

Williams, Hon. Allan, Attorney General, Government of British
Columbia
Bill S-32
Discussion, 45: 15-33
Statement, 45: 5-13

Williams, Ginette, Legal Counsel, Legal Services, Health and Welfare

Canada
“Proposals to correct… Revised Statutes of Canada, 1970, and other
Acts…”, 7: 34

Women’s Research Centre, Vancouver, B.C., Protection Study for
Battered Women, 27: 16-7

Wood, Hon. Dalia, Senator (Montarville)
Bill S—3l, subject-matter, 34:94

Wood, Joe Guy, Chief, Chairman of the Constitutional Committee of
Chiefs, Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, subject-matter
Discussion, 74: 26-30
Statement, 74: 22-6

Woolmington v. D.P.P. ([1935] A.C. 462), 59A: 4-5; 68A: 12-6, 20

Worcester v. Georgia (31 US. 350 (1832)), 69: 52; 69A: 7, 10, 11;
71: 11

Wray, R. v. ([1971] S.C.R. 272), 36: 21; 52: 16; 53: 13; 54A: 3, 7;
59A: 7~9, 12-3; 65A: 19-20, 31; 68A: 77-9, 84-5, 93, 95, 97, 207-8

Wright, Leslie Pringle, Student, Correctional Law Project, Queen’s
University
Bill S-32, 41: 24, 30

Young offenders
Age
Children under 12 years old, 17: 24, 25-6; 19: 7-8, 10; 20: 18;
21:9, 22-3;22: 12
Current limits, provincial differences, 17:7, 19; 20: l1;21:27-8
Maturity, 17:7, 22, 23
Maximum age of “under 18”
Coming into force, 17: 24-5; 19:6, 14; 20: 21; 2]: l9; 22: 11-2,
15-7
Criticism of, 17: 7, 10, 11-2; 19: 5; 20: 6, 7,8-10, ll-2, 14, 15,
21; 21: 7, 8,9, 15, 19, 20, 21, 27-8; 22: 18-9
Definition, 17: 6-7, 10-1, 18-9
Reasons for choice of “under 18”, 17: 7, 12; 19: 10, 14; 20: 12;
21: 7:22: 12
Uniformity, reason for, 17:7, 12,25; 19:6, 10, 14; 20: 11; 21: 7,
l5,20;22:12,16-7
Alternative measures, diversion, 19: 14, 15, 17; 21: 9; 22: 13

Surveillance 0bligatoire—-Suite
Détenus——Suite
Delinquants dangereux ou potentiellement dangereux—Suite
Tribunaux, procédures judiciaires, 32: 13, 17; 35: 5-6,
22;37: 23; 38:7, 10, 18; 41: 5; 42: 24; 44: 13; 45: 9,
12-3, 16, 26, 28; 46: 9, 13-4; 47: 9, 14-5, 28; 48: 7;
57:5, 6-7, 10-1, 16;58:5,123;60:21, 24
Protection du public, effet, 32: 13-4; 35: 5-7; 39: 15; 46: 13;
47A: 7; 48: 6-7; 57: 6, 9-10, 25-6; 60: 24-5
Raisons, 32: 13-4; 35: 5-7, 15-6, 30-1; 38: 10, 16; 41: 28;
44: 6-7, 13-4, 25-6; 45: 30; 46: 19—20, 27; 48: 6-7, 20
Reste de la peine, durée, 35: 12, 23; 45: 26
Solliciteur général, proposition
Appels, 57: 7, 9,11, 15-7, 18-9, 20-1, 23; 58: 10, 11-2,
13-4; 60: 7-8
Audiences, 57: 8-9, 11-3, 14-5, 16-7, 18-9, 20-4; 58: ll;
60: 6-8;
Autorité, pouvoir, 57: 6-7, 8-9, lO~l, 16-7; 58: 10–1, 12,
13;60: 6, 7,8
Avis au détenu, délai, 57: 8, 11, 12, 14, 23-4; 58: 11-2,
14; 60: 7, 8
Criteres, 57: 7-8, 9, 11, 12,25
Explication et apercu, 57: 5, 6-13; 58: 5, 10-1; 60: 6-8
Mise en liberté apres la suspension immediate, 57: 13-4,
21-2; 58: 11; 60: 7
Nombre prévu, 57: 16, 25
Période en vigueur, disposition temporaire, 57: 9, 16, 21;
58: 15
Rétroactivité, 57: 12, 13, 25; 58: 13
Unités spéciales de détention, 39: I0; 44: 6, 14, 15-8, 25
Droits, 32: 9, I3; 35: 5-6, 15-6, 18; 37: 16, 19-20; 38: 9-11, 16~8;
41: 10, 15-7; 41A: 5; 44: 12, 25, 26; 45: 11-3, 17-8, 35, 38,
41-2, 44; 46: 9, 13-4, 17-22, 35; 47: 16; 48: 7, 12; 51: 24;
57: 11
Emploi aprés la mise en liberte, 32: 25
Foyers de semi-détention, 37: 6, 12, 14-7, 21-2, 27; 46: 14, 22—4,
31; 47A: 8; 57: 7
Incarceration, effet, 32: 7, 16, 20; 41: 12-3, 18, 23, 25; 41A: 5,
6,10; 42: 13; 45: 25-6; 46: 9; 47: 15, I6, 20; 48: 9, 25, 29, 31;
57: 25; 60: 24-5
Mises en liberté, 32: 17; 35: 15, 16, 24; 37: 13; 38: 9-10, 13, 15-6,
18; 42: 16, 27, 28; 42A: 65, 67; 45: 40, 45; 46: 7, 9-10, 12
Provinces, prisons, comparaison, 37: 8, 12, 20, 28-9; 38: 5, 7;
39: 8; 41: 17; 45: 15, 16, 47-8
Réduction de peine
Congé pour bonne Conduite, effet incitatif, 32: 10-1, 15-9, 26;
35: 29-32; 38: 14; 39: 8, ll, 18-9; 41: 17, 22; 41A: 7; 42: 9,
11-3, 16, 19; 44: 5, 8-10, 26-8; 45: 37, 45-7, 49; 46: 25-7,
32-4; 48: 12, 17-8, 22, 28-9
Déchéance du droit aprés la révocation
Attitudes, effet, 37:9; 38: 22;41: 7, 17, 19, 26; 41A: 6-7, 8,
10;-12: ll-3; 42A: 66; 46: 8
Infractions nouvelles, 32: 9-10, 18, 19-21; 35: 13-4; 37: 10,
18; 38:6, 11, 18; 39:6, 10, 12; 41: 7-9, 13, 24-6, 29-32;
41A: 3-4, 7-8; 42: 10, 14- 6; 45: 22; 47: 16-9, 22-6;
47A: 7; 48: 18-9, 21-2, 27-8; 57: 24
Manquements aux reglements, 32: 9-10, 18, 19; 35: 9-10;
37: 9~10, 18; 38: 6-7, 11, 18; 39: 6, 10, 12; 41: 8-9, 13,
19, 24-6, 30; 41A: 7-8; 42: 10, 14, 16, 19; 45: 22;
47: 16-20, 22-5; 47A: 7; 48: 18-9, 21-4, 27-8; 57: 17-8;
60: 34-6
Pénitenciers, population, effet, 32: 18; 35: 29; 37: 29; 39: 5,
8,11, 14, 21-2; 41: 28; 41A: 6; 42: 12; 42A: 66; 46: 8;
47A: 7, 9; 48: 25-6
Proposition, explication et réaction, 32: 9-10, 11, 14-5,
19-20; 35: 29-30; 37: 16-7, 19-20; 38: 7-8; 41: 18-9,

122 INDEX

Young offenders—Cont’d
Behaviour, responsibility/accountability, 17: 5, 9,10, 16, 22, 26;
19: 15, 16;20: 10, 12-3; 21: 6, 10
Custody
Detention separate from adults, 19: 14-5; 20: 15, 20, 23
Facilities, 19: 7, 8-9, 15; 20: 7, 8,15, 18-20, 21, 23; 22: 14-5, 17
Open or closed, 17: 29; 19: 18; 20: 6, 15-6; 21: 11-2, 24, 27, 29;
22: 7-8
Separation of age-groups, 17: 11, 13; 20: 7, 14, 15, 19, 20; 21: 8,
21

Transfer to adult institution, 17: 13; 19: 14-5
Youth Court, role, 17:29; 19: 18-9; 21: 10, ll, 29; 22: 7-8
Dispositions, level of severity, 17: 22-3; 20: 8-9, 14, 20-1; 21: 15-6
Evidence, admissibility, 21: 9-10, 19
Legislation
Coming into force, 17: 24-5; 19: 6, 9,14; 20: 10, 21; 21: 19;
22:11-2,15-7,18
Federal-provincial consultation, 17: 7, 8,12; 19A: 1; 20: 6, 7,9, 21;
21:7, 19, 27-8
Jurisdiction, federal and provincial powers, 19: 15, 17; 21: 9, 12,
24-5; 22: 12-3, 21
Offences involving provincial laws, 22: 22
Retroactivity, 17: 19-20
Offences
Drugs, 21: 25-6
Provinces, laws, 22: 22
Statistics, 17: 22, 23, 25; 20: 8, 22-3; 21: 15-8, 23, 24, 26;
22: 19-21, 22
“Status offences”, 17:6, 25; 21: 6
Parental authority, 17: 9-10, 15
Predisposition reports, 21: 23-4
Program administration
Cost-sharing
Federal government position, 17: 20-1, 31; 19: 6-7, 8, 9,15;
22:9-10, 14, 15, 17,18
Provincial governments’ positions, 19A: 2; 20: 9, 10, 13-4, 15,
21, 23; 21: 12- 3,19-20
Cost to process a charge in juvenile court, increase, 21: 23;
22: 10-1, l2
Judicial proceedings, delays, 17: 26-8
Legal aid, 17: 27; 19: 8; 21: 24; 22: 7
Offsetting savings in adult system, 17: 26; 20: 8; 22: 10
Provinces, Attorneys General, role, 17: 29-31
Youth justice committees, 22: 8-9
Records
Destruction of, 17: 6, 16, 17, 18, 24; 19: 10-2; 21: 12, 14-5, 19,
24-5, 27
Establishment of, 17: 16-7, 18
Fingerprints, 17:6, 16-7, 18, 23-4; 21: 24, 25
School boards, 19: 10-2
Use of and access to, 17: 6; 19: 17
Rehabilitation, 17: 30-1; 19: 15, 16; 20: 13, 15
Release, procedure, 19: 18-9
Rights
Overview, 17: 6, 10; 20: 6
Right to counsel, 17: 26-8; 19: 8; 21: 9-10, 19, 23, 27; 22: 6-7
Society, protection from illegal behaviour of, 17: 5; 21:6, 7,22
Transfer to ordinary court, 17: 22-3; 21: 8-9, 21-2, 26-7
Victims, civil rights, 17: 15-6; 19: 19
See also
Bill C-61

Young Offenders Act

See
Bill C-61

Surveillance obligatoire——Suite
Détenus—Suite
Reduction de peine——Suz’te
Déchéance du droit apres la révocation—Suite
21-2, 24-5; 41A: 4, 5,8-10; 42: 10-1; 45: 6, 8,13, 22,
33-9, 43-5; 46: 59, 15, 26, 32; 47: 16-20, 23-8; 47A: 5,
7-9; 48: 5-7, 14-5, 22-7, 29-33, 35-6; 57: 6, 10
Protection du public, effet, 32: 7, 9-10, 14, 16-7, 21, 26;
37: 9; 38: 8, 22; 39: 5, 6,9, 11; 41: 26; 41A: 5, 6;
42: 12-3; 45: 6-8, 13, 22-7, 33-4, 42; 46: 8, 19-22;
47: 28; 47A: 7-8; 48: 5-8, 14, 16, 21-5, 29-35; 57: 6, 10;
60: 24-5
Rétroactivité, 37: 10, 11, 26-7
Historique, 32: 15; 39: 8; 41: 20; 42: 8-10, 20, 21; 46: 33; 48: 12
Méritée
Attitude envers, 32: 10, 16, 26; 35: 18, 29-31; 37: 6-7, 8,
11, 15, 18-20; 41: 25; 41A: 3; 44: 5; 46: 25
Continuité pendant la période de liberté sous surveillance,
32: 8-9
«Phénoméne de la porte tournante», 32: 8-9, 14, 21; 35: 13;
38: 7; 41: 8, 10, 19, 23-4, 29; 41A: 3, 5; 42: 10, 12, 17;
45: 6, 22; 46: 6-7, 26; 47: 16, 23-4, 27-8; 47A: 6, 7;
48: 5-6, 7, 14-7, 21-6; 57: 10, 17
Réduction méritée, pourcentage, 35: 19-20; 39: 18; 48: 18
Pays etrangers, comparaison, 32: 5; 39: 8, 12, 20
Perte, 35: 30-1; 38: 7, 12; 39: 9, 11-2, 18; 41: 13-5; 41A: 7;
42:21-3; 44: 9-11, 15, 22, 26-8; 45: 10, ll, 14, 16, 47-9;
46:6, 33; 48: 12, 17
Procedure 51 mériter ou a perdre, 32: 5; 35: 19~22; 37: 22-30;
38: 12, 14-5, 19; 39:6, 8-9, 11-2, 17-20; 41: 19-20; 42: 9-10,
18-23, 27-8; 44: 10, 22, 23, 26; 45: 10, 14-6, 20; 46: 6, 32-3;
47: 29; 48: 12-3, 17-8, 27
Provinces, prisons, 45: 15, 16, 47-8
Réattribution, 41: 8, 9,10, 19; 41A: 3, 5-6; 42: 22, 23; 42A: 64;
46: 7; 48: 12-3, 22
Réhabilitation
Motivation, importance, 37: 6, 8,14—5, 16-7, 18-9; 38: 20-1;
39:6, 8,20, 22; 41: 18, 22, 23; 42: 20, 25-7, 29; 42A: 63;
44: 7-8, 11-2; 45: 7, 10, I4, 24, 28, 45-6; 46: 245; 47: 21-2;
47A: 5-6, 8, 9; 48: 9, l4
Programmes, 32: 24-5; 38: 13-5; 39: 6, 7-8, 10, 13-7, 19, 22;
41: 17, 28-9; 41A: 7, 10; 42: 14, 25-6; 42A: 61-2; 44: 24;
48: 32-5
Voir aussi plus bas Revocation
Surveillance
Historique, 32:5, 6,10; 35: 9, 23-4; 37: 21; 38: 5; 41: 17-8; 41A: 3, 4;
42: 19-20, 24-5; 45: 5; 46: 8-9, 32; 47: 21; 48: 6
Juges, position citée, 32: 11
Liberation conditionnelle, comparaison
Admissibilite, 35: 16, 21, 22; 38: 6, 15; 42: 9, 10; 46: 19, 20, 32;
47: 23- 4, 29
Audiences, 57: 19, 21, 22-3
Détenus, attitude envers, 37: 6, 8; 39: 6, 7
Historique, 32: 6; 37: 21; 39: 6; 45: 5; 46: 32; 48: 6
Mises en liberté, 32: 17; 35: 15-6, 24; 37: I3; 38: 9-10, 13, 15-6,
18; 42: 16, 27; 42A: 65, 66; 46: 11-2; 48: 10, 20
Nouvelles infractions, 35: 19; 46: 11-2, 16; 48: 11, 30-1; 57: 15-6,
24
Obligations, 32: 26; 37: 15, 17, 189; 38: 5; 41: 8
Public, perception, 37: 7; 38: 10; 39: 6-7; 42: 25; 45: 9-10; 46: 17;
47A: 8
Revocation, 35: 25; 39: 5; 41A: 4; 46: 6, 1 1-2; 48: 24, 27-8
Liberation conditionnelle, surveillants, position citée, 37: 18; 44: 6,
18-9; 48: 16-7
Police, position citée, 32: 14-5; 37: 11, 20; 42: 23
Public, perception et attitude, 32: 5, 8,10, 12, 23, 26-7; 35: 9; 38: 18,
21; 39: 6-7, 20-1; 41: 13, 25-6; 41A: 3, 5; 42: 12-3, 19-20, 24;
45: 9-10, 37; 46: 17; 47A: 8; 48: ll, 30; 57: 6

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INDEX

Yukon government
Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, comments, 69: 8-9;

69A: 1-4; 70: 31; 76: 8

Yuzyk, Hon. Paul, Senator (Fort Garry)
Bill S-35, 56: 9-10

Zambrowsky, Joshua, Executive Director, Canadian Association for
the Prevention of Crime
Bill S-32
Discussion, 38: 8-22
Statement, 38: 5-8

See following pages for lists of appendices, documents tabled and wit-
nesses.

123

Surveillance obligatoire-Suite

Recherches, etudes, 32: 10, 25-6; 35: 22; 37: 6-7, 11, 13-4, 17-8;
38: 9-10, 21; 39: 6-7, 20-1; 41: 13, 24, 26; 41A: 3; 42: 24-6; 45: 7,
40; 46: 7, 9-12, 15-6, 18, 30-1; 48: 33-5

Recommandations

Association canadienne des societes Elizabeth Fry, 39: 5, 6,9, 19,
20

Citizens United for Safety and Justice, 45: 35-9, 43, 44-5

Colombie-Britannique, gouvernement, 45: 6, 7-8, 10-3, 28, 29, 32

Correctional Law Project, 41: 18, 19, 22; 41A: 2

Criminal Lawyers’ Association, 46: 5-6, 8, 9,19-22, 25-6, 27, 30-1,
33, 34-5

John Howard Society of Ontario, 42: 13; 42A: 63-4, 67

Rapport Goldenberg, 32: 15; 35: 17; 37: 10-1; 38: 12; 45: 41;
47: 13-4

Societe canadienne pour la prévention du crime, 38: 7-8, 9, 21-2

Societe Saint Leonard du Canada, 37: 6-10, 14, 18, 25-6, 27-8, 30

Syndicat des employes du solliciteur general, 44: 7, 8,11-2, 13, 18,
19, 26

Resultats, evaluations, 32: 7; 35: 8-9, 15-9, 20-5, 32; 38: 14-8; 39: 6;
42:8, 19-20, 25, 28-9; 45: 6-7, 10-1, 14, 24, 45-6; 47: 2 -2, 26-8
47A: 7-8; 48: 5-6, 14-6, 30, 32-5

Revocation
Audiences, 32: 23; 35: 10, 11-2, 14; 37: 27; 38: 19; 41: 12, 15-7,

20-2, 25, 33; 41A: 4, 8-9; 42: 15-6; 46: 20, 29; 47: 17-9; 48: 19,
22, 26
Mise en liberte apres la revocation, 32: 9-10, 18; 35: 12; 41: 32-3;
41A: 4, 7-8; 42A: 66; 48: 7, 21-5
Peines et determination des peines, effet, 32: 19-21; 35: 13-4;
37: 22-5; 38: 7, 13; 39: 7, 10, 12-3; 41: 6-11, 20, 26, 29-32;
42: 17-9; 42A: 64, 65; 46: 26; 47: 25-6; 48: 28
«Phenomene de la porte tournante», 32: 8-9, 14, 21; 35: 13; 38: 7;
41: 8, 10, 19, 23-4, 29; 41A: 3, 5; 42: 10, 12, 17; 45: 6, 22;
46: 6-7, 26; 47: 16, 23-4, 27-8; 47A: 6, 7; 48: 5-6, 7, 14-7, 21-6;
57: 10, 17
Raisons, 32: 5-10, 18, 19-21; 35: 9-10, 13-4; 37: 9-10, 18; 38: 6-7,
11, 18; 39: 6, 10, 12; 41: 7-9, 13, 19, 24-6, 29-32; 41A: 3-4,
7-8; 42: 10, 14-6, 19; 45: 7, 22; 47: 16-20, 22-6; 47A: 7;
48: 18-9, 27-8; 57: 17-8, 24; 60: 34-6
Statistiques
Comparaisons
Achevement sans revocation, 35: 9, 16-7, 20; 42: 28-9;
46: 12; 47A: 1- 2, 4; 48: 24, 32
Infractions apres achevement sans revocation, 35: 8;
42: 28; 46: 12; 47A: 1-2, 4; 48: 32
Infractions nouvelles, 32: 7, 8; 35: 8, 17; 41: 24; 41A: 7; 42: 28;
46:7, 8,9-10, 12; 47A: 4; 48: 11,32
Manquements aux reglements, 32: 7, 8,23; 35: 8, 9,21; 41: 24;
41A: 7; 42: 28; 46: 7, 9-10, 12; 47A: 4; 48: 32
Total, 32: 7, 18, 23, 26; 35: 9, 12; 42: 28, 29; 44: 19, 25; 45: 7;
47A: 4, 6
Voir aussi plus haut Detenus
Surveillance
Assistance postpenale, services, 42: 26; 44: 21-2; 45: 10, 28
Avantages, 32: 6-7, 10, 14, 16, 25; 35: 8, 18-9; 37: 7, 13-4; 38: 12,
19, 21; 39: 6, 14, 20; 41: 17-9, 22; 41A: 4, 5,10; 42: 25-6; 44: 6,
18-9; 45: 7, 10; 46: 23-5; 47: 20-1; 48: 6-7, 9, 14-5, 22-4, 33-5;
60: 25
Police, role, 32: 6, 21-2, 23, 24
Suffisance, 32: 12, 21-2, 23; 44: 6, 19-20; 45: 6, 8-9, 11, 15-6, 23,
24, 27-8
Surveillants de liberation conditionnelle
Charge de travail, 32: 23, 24; 42: 26; 44: 6, 19-21; 45: ll, 17;
46: 22, 24

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124 INDEX

Surveillance obligatoire—Suite
Surveillance——Suite
Surveillants de liberation conditionnelle——Suite
Nombre, 35: 26-8; 44: 6, 19-20, 29; 45: 14; 48: 15
Position citee, 37: 18; 44: 6, 18-9; 48: 16-7
Pouvoirs, 32: 6, 14, 22, 23; 35: 10, ll, 13; 37: 27; 38: 19; 48: 26,
28; 57: 18
Voir aussi plus haut Detenus
Suspension, 32: 6, 14, 23; 35: 10-4; 37: 20, 27; 38: 19; 41: 15-6, 20-2;
41A: 8-9; 46: 24, 28, 32; 47: 17-9, 23:48: 19,26
Terminologie, convenance, 32: 11-2, 21; 35: 22
Voir aussi
Bill S-32
Pénitenciers

Sussman, Les et Sally Bordwell, The Rapist File, 27: 13-4

Syndicat, marine marchande
Voir
Guilde de la marine marchande du Canada

Syndicat des employés du solliciteur general
Bill S-33
Evaluation, 44: 7-8, 12, 13, 25, 32
Recommandations, 44: 7, 8,11-2, 13, 18, 19,26
Fonction, role, 44: 5, 7,12-3
Voir aussi
Pénitenciers

Tassé, M. Roger, sous-ministre de la Justice et sous-procureur gene-
ral du Canada, ministére de la Justice

Bill C-53, teneur
Discussion, 25: 32-7, 39-41
Exposé, 25: 32

Bill C-127, teneur
Discussion, 25: 43, 44
Expose, 25: 43

Bill S-33
Discussion, 36: 7-9, 10-1, 27, 28, 29
Expose, 36: 5-7

Taylor, M. Ron, Association des gérants et administrateurs, gestion
des documents
Bill S-33, 67: 8-13, 19

Terre-Neuve, gouvernement
Bill S-31, reaction, 33: 24, 60; 34: 67, 94; 34A: 9
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, position, 69: 8

Terres territoriales, Loi
Amendement propose; adopte, 7: 55

Territoires du Nord-Ouest, gouvernement
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, commentaires,
73A: 1-3

Textes réglementaires, Loi
Amendement proposé; rejete, 6: 10; 7: 53

This Film Is About Rape, British Columbia Coalition of Rape Centres
and British Columbia Police Commission, 27: 12, 28

Thompson, honorable Andrew, senateur (Dovercourt)
Bill S-32, 32: 23, 24

INDEX 125

Thurm, M. Nelson, conseiller legislatif, Section de la legislation,
ministere de la Justice
Bill S-19, 12:23

Toffoli, M. Garry, Ligue monarchiste du Canada
‘. Bill C-201, teneur

Discussion, 26: 51-2, 54, 55, S6, 57, 58-9, 60
Expose, 26: 53-4

T ollefson, M. E.A., coordonnateur, Revision du droit penal, ministére
de la Justice
Bill S-33
Discussion, 36: 12, 14-25, 27; 40: 18, 21; 52: 8-9
Exposé, 52: 5-8, 15-20

Torno, M. Barry, avocat conseil, Services juridiques, Consommation
et Corporations Canada
«Propositions visant £1 corriger… Statuts revises du Canada de 1970
et certaines lois posterieures», 7: 1 1-4

Toronto, Bourse, president
Voir
Bunting, M. J. Pearce, president, Bourse de Toronto

Toronto Justice Council
Bill S-32
Evaluation, 47A: 5, 7-9
Mémoire, 47A: 5-9
Recommandations, 47A: 5, 8-9

Traités
N » 6,69: 48, 52; 69A: 7-8; 74: 12, 17
N° 7, 74: 13, 17
N“ 8
Interpretation, 2: 7, 11-2
Nation denee, cession de terres, 2: 12
Validite en doute, 2: 13
Voir aussi
Treaty 6 Chiefs’ Alliance (Alberta), Coalition des premieres nations

TrnnsCanada Pipelines Limited, 31: 34; 34:9, 15, 17, 18, 22, 85

Transférement des délinquants, Loi
Amendement par le Comité de la Chambre des communes a l’amen-
dement propose, 6: 6-7, 12; 7: 56
Amendement propose; adopte, 6: 6-7, 12; 7: 55-6

Treatise (A) on the Anglo-American system of evidence in trials at
common law: including the statutes and judicial decisions of all
jurisdictions of the United States and Canada, John Henry Wig-
more, 36: 14; 40: 17; 59: 10, 19; 59A: 15-6; 62: 22; 65: 21; 67: 14;
68A: 416, 419, 426

Treaty 6 Chiefs’ Alliance (Alberta), Coalition des premieres nations
Accord constitutionnel de 1983, commentaires, 71: 38-9; 71A: 3-4,
5-6

Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution
Etude par le Comité, procedure, 71A: 2-3
Memoire, 71: 37-8; 71A: 2-6

Tremblay, honorable Arthur, sénateur (Les Laurentides)
Bill C-26, 2: 7

125 INDEX

Tremblay, honorable Arthur, senateur (Les Laurentides)—Suite
Bill C-130, 50: 15-6, 22
Bill C-141
Action positive, programmes, normes, 51: 25-6
Age de la retraite, 51: 23-4
Commission canadienne des droits de la personne, pouvoir discre-
tionnaire, 51: 18-20
Procedure, 51: 15, 20
Redaction, 51: 13-4, 15, 16-8 _
Bill C-201, teneur, 26:91, 98-9, 100
Bill S-31, teneur
Caisse de depét et placement du Quebec, 30: 20; 34: 41, 42, 51,
53, 54
Canadien Pacifique Limitée, 33: 17
Consultations federales-provinciales, 31: 31-2, 33
Economic, effet, 30: 52, 53
Etude, procedure, 28: 7
Historique, origines, 33: 15; 34: 92-3
Motion, 37: 5
Portee, 28: 32, 33, 34-5; 33: 17-8
Procedure, 28: 15; 30: 21; 34:43, 94
Quebec, Loi sur les valeurs mobilieres, 34: 41, 42
Vote, droit, limitation, 31:30, 31; 33: 15-6, 17
Comité, charge de travail, 76: 14
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur, 69: 9-13,
21-2, 37-9, 42, 48-9, 67-71; 70: 98-100; 72: 19-24; 76: 3, 13
«Teneur des articles des projets de loi qui peuvent porter
atteinte aux droits et libertés garantis par la Charte canadienne
des droits et libertes», examen par un Comité parlementaire, dis-
cussion, 76: 20-2

Tremblay, M. Gerald, membre du Comité special sur S-33, Associa-
tion du Barreau canadien; Barreau du Québec
Bill S-33
Discussion, 49: 28-9, 30-2; 66: 34-5, 37-40, 46-7, 49
Expose, 49: 14-9

Tremus Industries Limited
Actionnaires, 5: 7
Administrateur (Major Anderson), deces, 5:6
Defaut, avis jamais recu, 5: 6
Dissolution
Connaissance, 5: 6
Raisons, 5: 6
Historique, 5: 6 ,
Voir aussi
Bill S-14 1
Consommation et Corporations Canada

Tremus Industries Limited, Loi reconstituant la compagnie
Voir
Bill S-14

Trendtex Trading Corporation Ltd. c. Central Bank of Nigeria
([1976] 3All E.R. 437, «1977» I All E.R. 881), 10: 18, 20; 11: 6,
7,10

Trudeau, le trés honorable Pierre Elliott, premier ministre du Canada
Conference de premiers ministres, 1983, discours, citations,
69: 73-4; 70: 46-7, 62; 72: 10

Trust Royal, 34: 30-2, 45-7, 62

Two Rivers, Chef Billy, reserve Caughnawaga (Québec), Coalition des
premieres nations
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur, 71: 35-7

INDEX 127

Tyranny (The) of Treatment …?, William Outerbridge, 47A: 7
Union, Acte cl’, 1840, 2: 9

Union des Indiens de l’0ntario (Anishinabek)

Accord constitutionnel de 1983, commentaires, 73: 20-3

Assemblée des premieres nations, membre, 73: 24, 25

Autonomie politique, definition, interpretation, 73: 21, 22-3
Information de base, 73: 20, 25

Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, adoption proposée,

73: 23, 24

Union des Indiens du Nouveau-Brunswick, Coalition des premieres
nations
Accord constitutionnel de 1983, commentaires, 71: 15-7; 71A: 22
Information de base, 71: 14, 15, 23; 71A: 16
Memoire presente aux Nations unies, Groupe de travail sur les
populations autochtones, 71: 17; 71A: 16-23
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, position envers,
71: 25, 37

Vaillancourt, Emile, Canada is not a Plantation, 26: 19, 20, 21

Vallerand, M. Andre, vice-president et directeur general, Chambre de
commerce du district de Montreal
Bill S-31, teneur
Discussion, 34: 18, 20-2, 25-9, 31-2, 35-8
Expose, 34: 7-14

Venue, Gouvernement de la République democratique du Congo c.
([1971] R.C.S. 997), 11:11, 13, l9;l2: 13-4

Venner, Ares c. ([1970] R.C.S. 608), 54A: 44; 63: 26, 27; 65: 8, 21;
66: 10; 68A: 260, 263, 413

Vetrovec c. La Reine ([1982], 67 C.C.C. (2d) 1), 49: 21; 53: 6, 15;
54A: 8; 61: 6; 62: 25; 65A: 76; 68A: 359, 413

Vezeau c. La Reine ([1977] 2 R.C.S. 277), 36: 13, 22

Vienne, Convention sur les relations consulaires
Voir sous Nations unies

Vienne, Convention sur les relations diplomatiques
Voir sous Nations unies

Viets, M. R.D., conseiller juridique superieur, direction des corpora-
tions, Consommation et Corporations Canada

Bill S-8, 1: 11-2

Bill S-13, 4: 7-9, 12-3

Bills-20,14: 13, 14, 15

Bill S-21, 14: 13, 14, 15

Bill S-22, 14: 13, 14, 15

Viking Houses and Group Home Program for Children and Adoles-

cents
Bill C-6l, position, 19: 19-20

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Viol
Voir
Infractions sexuelles

Walker, honorable David, sénateur (Toronto)
Bill C-201, teneur, 26: 16, 40-1
Goldenberg, l’honorable sénateur, démission comme président, 26: 7

Waller, Irwin, Men Released from Prison, et d’autres études, 37: 7,
14; 48: 33, 34-5

Ward c. La Reine ( «I979» 2 R.C.S. 30), 59A: 7; 65A: 67; 66: 17;
68A: 299, 307

Watt, M. Charlie, coprésident, Comité d’étude Inuit des questions
nationales

Proclamation dc 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur, 70: 90-3,

95-7, 100 y

Wigmore, John Henry, A treatise on the Anglo—American system of
evidence in trials at common law: including the statutes and judi-
cial decisions of all jurisdictions of the United States and
Canada, 36: 14; 40: 17; 59: 10, 19; 59A: 15-6; 62: 22; 65: 21;
67: 14; 68A: 416, 419, 426

Wilkes, M. John, chef, Legislation et Liaison, programmes de la sécu-
rité du revenu, Santé et Bien-étre social Canada
«Propositions visant £1 corriger… Statuts revisés du Canada de 1970
et certaines lois postérieures», 7: 21, 46-7

Williams, honorable Allan, procureur général, gouvernement de la
Colombie—Britannique
BillS-32
Discussion, 45: 15-33
Exposé, 45: 5- l 3

Williams, Mme Ginette, avocat conseil, Services juridiques, Santé et
Bien—étre social Canada
«Propositions visant 23 corriger… Statuts revisés du Canada de 1970
et certaines lois postérieures», 7: 34

Women’s Research Centre, Vancouver, C.-B., Protection Study for
Battered Women, 27: 16-7

Wood, honorable Dalia, sénateur (Montarville)
Bill S-31, teneur, 34:94

Wood, Chef Joe Guy, président du Comité constitutionnel des chefs,
Assemblée des chefs du Manitoba
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, teneur
Discussion, 74: 26-30
Exposé, 74: 22-6

Woolmington c. D.P.P. ([1935] A.C. 462), 59A: 4-5; 68A: 237-40, 244

Worcester c. Georgia (31 U.S. 350 (1832)), 69: 52; 69A: 7, 10, ll;
71: ll

Wray, R. c. ([1971] R.C.S. 272), 36: 21; 52: 16; 53: 13; 54.4.: 3, 7; ,
59A: 7-9, 12-3;65A: 58-9,70;68A:296-8, 303,312, 313,315,418

INDEX 129

Wright, Mme Leslie Pringle, étudiante, Correctional Law Project,

Queen’s University
Bill S-32, 41: 24, 30

Yukon, gouvernement
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, commentaires,

69: 8-9; 69A: 1-4; 70: 31; 76: 8

Yuzyk, honorable Paul, sénateur (Fort Garry)
Bill S-35, 56: 9-10

Zambrowsky, M. Joshua, directeur administratif, Société canadienne
pour la prévention du crime
Bill S-32
Discussion, 38: 8-22
Exposé, 38: 5-8

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Appendices
19-A — Brief to Committee from the Honourable Rodman Logan,
Q.C,, Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Govern-
ment of New Brunswick, 19A: 1-2
29-A — Government of British Columbia telex, re Bill S-31,
29A: 1-2
—— Government of Ontario telex, re Bill S-31, 29A: 1

31-A — Assets of Corporations controlled by the federal and provin-

cial government——1979 (Table 1), 31A: 1
— Control of the 400 largest « Canadian » companies (exclud-
ingfinancial institutions) (Table III), 31A: 3
— Fifteen (The) largest independent Canadian companies
(excludingfinancial institutions) (Table IV), 31A: 4
—— Main Trust Funds in Canada (Table 11), 31A: 2
33-A —— Province of Quebec Chamber of Commerce, Excerpt from
the President’s Annual Report, Sheet 111, 33A: 1
33-B — Letter to the Honourable André Ouellet from Mr. Hughes
re Bill S-31, 33A: 2
34-A —- Enterprises Not Controlled by a Provincial Shareholder
and Being Relatively Active in Quebec (Table 3), 34A: 2
—~ Major (The) Transportation Corporations in Canada
(Table 1), 34A: 1
—— Relative Importance of Transportation Activities (of) CP
and Alcan (Table 2), 34A: 2
34-B —— Government of Alberta letter to the Honourable Andre
Ouellet re Bill S-31, 34A: 3-5
34-C —— Government of British Columbia, Comments on the Corpo-
rate Shareholding Limitotion Act (S-31), 34A: 6-7
34-D — Government of Manitoba, telex re Bill S-31, 34A: 8
34-E — Government of Newfoundland, telex re Bill S-31, 34A: 9
34-F — Government of Quebec, telex re Bill S-31, 34A: 10
34-G — Government of Saskatchewan, telex re Bill S-31, 34A: 11
37-A —— Letter to the Honourable André Ouellet from the Govern-
ment of Saskatchewan re Bill S-31, 37A: 1-4
37-B — Report of the Committee to the Senate on the subject-mat-
ter of Bill S-31, 37A: 5-6
41-A — Correctional Law Project, Faculty of Law, Queen’s Univer-
sity, Kingston, Ontario, Submission on Bill S-32,
41A: 1-10
42-A —-— Crime.‘ Some Views of the Canadian Public, Anthony N.
Doob and Julian V. Roberts, Centre of Criminology, Uni-
versity of Toronto, August 1982, 42A: 1-17
42-B — Government of Alberta, letter re Bill S-32, 42A: 18
42-C —— Government of New Brunswick, letter re Bill S-32,
42A: I9-20
42-D — Government of Nova Scotia, letter re Bill S-32, 42A: 21-3
42-E — Government of Ontario, letter re Bill S-32, 42A: 24
42—F — Government of Saskatchewan, letter re Bill S-32, 42A: 25
42-G — John Howard Society of Ontario, Presentation regarding
Bill S-32, 42A: 26-33
47-A — John Howard Society of Ontario, letter re Bill S-32,
47A: 1-4
47-B — Toronto Justice Council, brief respecting Bill S-32, 47A: 5-9
47-C —~ Pierre Lortie, President, Montreal Stock Exchange, letter re
Bill S-31, 47A: 10
54-A — Criminal Trial Lawyers Association of Edmonton, brief
regarding Bill S-33, 54A: 1-9
54—B — Advocates’ Society, brief regarding Bill S-33 (Civil pro-
ceedings), 54A: 1028
55-A — Canadian Bankers’ Association, brief regarding Bill S-33,
55A: 1-17
59-A — Criminal Lawyers’ Association of Ontario, brief regarding
Bill S-33, 59A: 1-32
64-A —-— Canadian Business Equipment Manufacturers Association,
brief regarding Bill S-33, 64A: l-13

Appendices

19-A — Memoire au Comité de l’honorable Rodman Logan, c.r.,
ministre de la justice et procureur général, Gouvernement
du Nouveau-Brunswick, 19A: l-2
29-A — Gouvernement de la Colombie-Britannique, telex au sujet
du Bill S-31, 29A: l-2
—— Gouvernement de l’Ontario, telex au sujet du Bill S-31,
29A: 1
31-A — Avoirs des sociétés controlées par les gouvernements fe’a’é-
ral et provinciaux — 1979 (Tableau 1), 31A: 5
—— Controle (Le) des 400 plus grandes entreprises «canadien-
nes» (it l’exclusion des institutions financieres) (Tableau
III), 31A: 7
— Principaux (Les) fonds en fiducie ou Canada (Tableau 11),
31A: 6

—— Quinze (Les) plus grandes entreprises canadiennes indepen-
dantes (E1 l’exclusion des institutions financieres)
(Tableau IV), 31A: 8
33-A —— Chambre de commerce de la province de Québec, Extrait
du rapport annuel du Président, Feuillet III, 33A: 1
33-B — Lettre a l’honorable André Ouellet de M. Hughes au sujet
du Bill S-31, 33A: 2
34-A — Entreprises non controlées por un actionntzire dominant et
relativement actives au Québec (Tableau 3), 34A: 2
— Importance relative des activités de transport dc C.P. Limi-
tée et Alcan (Tableau 2), 34A: 2
—— Principales entreprises de transport on Canada (Tableau
1), 34A: 1
34-B — Gouvernement de l’Alberta, lettre a l’honorable Andre
Ouellet concernant Bill S-31, 34A: 3-5
34-C — Gouvernement de la Colombie-Britannique, Observations
sur la Loi sur la limitation de la propriété des actions
des sociétés (S-31) 34A: 6-7
34—D — Gouvernement du Manitoba, télex concernant Bill S-31,
34A: 8
34-E — Gouvernement de Terre-Neuve, télex concernant Bill S-31,
34A: 9
34-F -— Gouvernement du Québec, télex concernant Bill S-31,
34A: 10
34—G — Gouvernement de la Saskatchewan, télex concernant Bill S-
31, 34A: 11
37-A — Lettre é l’honorable André Ouellet du Gouvernement de la
Saskatchewan au sujet du Bill S-31, 37A: l-4
37-B — Rapport du Comité au Sénat sur la teneur du Bill S-31,
37A: 5-6
41-A —— Correctional Law Project, Faeulté de Droit, Queen’s Uni-
versity, Kingston, Ontario, mémoire présenté sur le projet
deloi S-32, 41A: 1-10
42-A —— Etude de l’opinion de la population canadienne sur la cri-

minalité, Anthony N. Doob et Julian V. Roberts, Centre.

de criminologic, University of Toronto, aofit 1982,
42A: 34-52

42-B — Gouvernement de l’Alberta, lettre concernant Bill S-32,
42A: 53

42-C — Gouvernement du Nouveau-Brunswick, lettre concernant
Bill S-32, 42A: 54 I

42-D -— Gouvernement de la Nouvelle-Ecosse, lettre concernant Bill

S-32, 42A: 55-7

42-E —— Gouvernement de l’Ontario, lettre concernant Bill S-32,
42A: 58

42-F — Gouvernement de la Saskatchewan, lettre concernant Bill S-
32, 42A: 59

42-G —— John Howard Society of Ontario, mémoire concernant le
projet dc loi S-32, 42A: 60-7

47-A — John Howard Society of Ontario, lettre concernant Bill S-
32, 47A: 1-4

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Appendices-——Cont’d Appendices—.S’uite _ _ , _ . _
65-A — Canadian Payments Association, brief regarding Bill S-33, 47-B – Toronto Justice Council, memoire sur le projet de lOl S-32,
65A: 1-14 47A: 5-9

65-B — Advocates’ Society, brief regarding Bill S-33 (Criminal pro-
ceedings), 65A: 15-39

65-C —— Trust Companies Association of Canada, letter regarding
Bill S-33, 65A: 80

66-A ~— Joint Committee of the Canadian Bar Association and the
Bar of Quebec, brief regarding Bill S-33, 66A: 1-20

67-A —— Association of Records Managers and Administrators, brief
regarding Bill S-33, 67A: 1-15

68-A — Canadian Bar Associaton, brief regarding Bill S-33,
68A: 1-198

68-B — Brief respecting Bill S-33 from Professor Stanley Schiff,
68A: 199-224

69-A — Letter from the Government Leader, Government of the
Yukon, regarding the Constitution Amendment Procla-
mation, 1983, 69A: 1-4

69-B —— Letter from the Government of Saskatchewan, regarding
the Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983, 69A: 5

69-C — Presentation by Chief Solomon Sanderson, Federation of
Saskatchewan Indian Nations, regarding the Constitution
Amendment Proclamation, 1983, 69A: 613

70-A — Presentation by Harry Allen, Chairman, Council for Yukon
Indians, regarding the Constitution Amendment Procla-
mation, l983, 70A: 1-5

71-A — Declaration ofthe First Nations, 71A: 1

71-B —-— Brief of Treaty 6 Chiefs’ Alliance (Alberta), Coalition of
First Nations, regarding the Constitution’ Amendment
Proclamation, 1983, 71A: 2-6

71-C —— Brief of Brotherhood of Indian Nations (Manitoba), Coali-
tion of First Nations, regarding the Constitution Amend-
ment Proclamation, 1983, 71A: 7-15

71-D —— Presentation to Working Group on Indigenous Peoples by
Graydon Nicholas, 71A: 16-23

73-A —- Letter from George Braden, Leader of the Elected Execu-
tive, Minister of Justice and Public Services, Government
of the Northwest Territories, regarding the Constitution
Amendment Proclamation, 1983, 73A: 1-3

75-A —— Written submission of David Ahenakew, National Chief,
Assembly of First Nations, regarding the Constitution
Amendment Proclamation, 1983, 75A: 112

76-A —— Letter from George Erasmus, President of the Dene Nation,
regarding the Constitution Amendment Proclamation,
1983, 76A: 1-2

76-B — Submission from the Alberta Association of Enfranchised
Natives, regarding the Constitution Amendment Procla-
mation, 1983, 76A: 3-18

Document tabled
— Presentation of the Indian Nations of Hobbema to the S37 (1)
Conference on Aboriginal and Treaty Rights (March 15-16.
1983), 74: 6, 22

Witnesses

— Aldridge, James, Legal Counsel, Nishga Tribal Council (New
Aiyansh, British Columbia)

—— Amagoalik, John, Co-Chairman, Inuit Committee on National
Issues

~— Archambault, Hon. Judge J.R.O., Director, Policy Branch,
Young Offenders Policy, Solicitor General Canada

— Armstrong, J., Chief of Weights and Measures, Legal Met-
rology, Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada

—-— Awashish, Phillip, Vice-Chairman of the Cree Regional Author-
ity; Executive Chief of the Grand Council of the Crees (of
Quebec)

47-C — M. Pierre Lortie, président, Bourse de Montreal, lettre con-
cernant Bill S-31, 47A: 10

54-A — Criminal Trial Lawyers Association of Edmonton, mémoire
au sujet du Bill S-33, 54A: 1-9

54-B — Advocates’ Society, mémoire au sujet du Bill S-33 (proce-
dures civiles), 54A: 29-49

55-A — Association des banquiers canadiens, mémoire au sujet du
Bill S-33, 55A: 18- 34

59-A — Criminal Lawyers’ Association of Ontario, mémoire au
sujet du Bill S-33, 59A: 1-32

64-A — Association canadienne des fabricants d’équipement de
bureau, mémoire au sujet du Bill S-33, 64A: 14-26

65-A —— Association canadienne des paiements, mémoire au sujet du
Bill S-33, 64A: 40-53

65-B —- Advocates’ Society, mémoire au sujet du Bill S-33 (procé-
dures criminelles), 65A: 54-79

65-C — Association des compagnies de fiducie du Canada, lettre au
sujet du Bill S-33, 65A: 80

66-A — Comité conjoint Association du Barreau canadien——Bar-
reau du Québec, mémoire au sujet du Bill S-33,
66A: 21-81

67-A — Association des gérants et administrateurs, gestion des
documents, mémoire au sujet du Bill S-33, 67A: 1-15

68-A —- Association du Barreau canadien, mémoire au sujet du Bill
S-33, 68A: 225-410

68-B —- Mémoire concernant Bill S-33 par M. Stanley Schiff, pro-
fesseur, 68A: 411-34

69-A — Lettre du Leader du Gouvernement, Gouvernement du
Yukon, au sujet de la Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la
Constitution, 69A: 1-4

69-B ——- Lettre du Gouvernement de la Saskatchewan au sujet de la
Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, 69A: 5

69-C — Mémoire du Chef Solomon Sanderson, Fédération des
nations indiennes de la Saskatchewan, au sujet de la Pro-
clamation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, 69A: 6-13

70-A — Allocution de M. Harry Allen, président, Conseil des
Indiens du Yukon, au sujet de la Proclamation de 1983
modifiant la Constitution, 70A: 1-5

71-A — Declaration des premieres nations, 71A: 1

71-B — Memoire de la Treaty 6 Chiefs’ Alliance (Alberta), Coali-
tion des premieres nations, au sujet de la Proclamation de
1983 modifiant la Constitution, 71A: 2-6

71-C — Memoire de la Brotherhood of Indian Nations (Manitoba),
Coalition des premieres nations, au sujet de la Proclama-
tion de 1983 modifiant la Constitution,7lA: 7-15

71-D — Memoire présenté au Groupe de travail sur les populations
autochtones par M. Graydon Nicholas, 71A: 16-23

73-A — Lettre de M. George Braden, leader de l’exécutif élu, minis-
tre de la Justice et des Services publics, gouvernement des
Territoires du Nord-Ouest, au sujet de la Proclamation de
1983 modifiant la Constitution, 73A: 1-3

75-A —-— Memoire présenté par M. David Ahenakew, chef national,
Assemblée des premieres nations, au sujet de la Procla-
mation de 1983 modifiant la Constitution, 75A: 1-12

76-A — Lettre de M. -George Erasmus, président de la Nation
dénée, au sujet de la Proclamation de 1983 modifiant la
Constitution, 76A: 1-2

76-B — Mémoire par l’Association des autochtones émancipés de
l’Alberta au sujet de la Proclamation de 1983 modifiant
la Constitution, 76A: 3-18

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Witnesses—Cont ’d

— Badcock, William T., Special Legal Adviser, National Indian
Brotherhood
—- Baker, Samuel R., Solicitor for the Petitioner, the President of
the Lethbridge Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-
day Saints
—— Barton, Torn, Legal Counsel, Legal Services, Crown Assets Dis-
posal Corporation
—— Beauchemin, Marthe, Notary for the Petitioner, Mr. Philippe
Dorval
—~ Bertrand, Gerard, Q.C., Chief Legislative Counsel, Legislation
Section, Department of Justice
—— Berube, Real, Vice-Chairman, Canadian Consultative Council
on Multiculturalism
——- Bissonnette, P. Andre, Deputy Solicitor General of Canada,
Solicitor General Canada
— Black, Heather, Legal Counsel, Legal Services, Health and Wel-
fare Canada
— Blanchard, Bernard E., Executive Director, Canadian Bar Asso-
ciation
— Bouffard, Denis, Legal Counsel, Legal Services, Labour Canada
— Breau, Susan C., Barrister and Solicitor; President, Elizabeth
Fry Society of Kingston, Canadian Association of Elizabeth
Fry Societies
— Brown, Henry, Counsel for the Petitioner, Mr. Robert K. Coull-
mg
—— Bruyere, Smokey, President, Native Council of Canada
— Burbidge, F.S., Chairman, Canadian Pacific Limited
— Calder, Frank, Chief, Research Director, Nishga Tribal Council
(New Aiyansh, British Columbia)
—— Campbell, Faye E., Counsel, Policy Planning and Criminal Law
Amendments Section, Department of Justice
—— Campeau, Jean, Chairman, Caisse de depot et placement du
Quebec
— Castel, Jean Gabriel, Q.C., Professor, Faculty of Law, Osgoode
Hall
—-— Champagne, Francine, Solicitor for the Petitioner, Mr. J. Paul
Robert
—~ Chartier, Clem, National Representative of the Metis National
Council
— Clausen, Inge, Vice-Chairman, Citizens United for Safety and
Justice
—-— Cole, David, Barrister; Criminal Lawyers’ Association
— Coulling, Robert K., Grand Secretary-Treasurer, The Grand
Lodge of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the
Dominion of Canada
—— Crawford, Bradley, Legal Counsel to the Canadian Bankers’
Association
—— Crawford, Wayne, Executive Secretary-Treasurer, Union of
Solicitor General Employees
— Creighton, Jon, Kodak Canada Inc.; Member, Legislation Com-
mittee, Canadian Business Equipment Manufacturers Asso-
ciation
—— Decore, Lawrence, National Chairman, Canadian Consultative
Council on Multiculturalism
—- Desjardins-Siciliano, Yves, IBM Canada Ltd.; Member, Legisla-
tion Committee, Canadian Business Equipment Manufactur-
ers Association
— Diamond, Billy, Chief, Grand Council of the Crees (of Quebec)
— Dingle, James F., Deputy Chairman, Canadian Payments Asso-
ciation
— Dioguardi, Paul, Solicitor for the Petitioner, Mr. Lawrence Ross
Kingsland
— Dionne, Andree, Legislative Counsel, Legislation Section,
Department of Justice

Document déposé

— Presentation des nations indiennes de Hobbema 22 la conference
S.37 (1) sur les droits ancestraux et conventionnels des
autochtones (15 et 16 mars 1983), 74: 6, 22

Témoins

-— Aldridge, M. James, conseiller juridique, Conseil de tribu de
Nishga (New Aiyansh, Colombie—Britannique)

— Amagoalik, M. John, coprésident, Comité d’étude Inuit des
questions nationales

— Archambault, honorable juge J.R.O., directeur, Direction des
politiques, Politique des jeunes contrevenants, Solliciteur gene-
ral Canada

—-— Armstrong, M. J., chef de la Division des poids et mesures,
métrologie legale, Consommation et Corporations Canada

— Awashish, M. Phillip, vice-president de l’administration regio-
nale Cris; chef executif du Grand Conseil des Cris (du Que-
bec)

——- Badcock, M. William T., conseiller juridique special, Fraternité
nationale des Indiens du Canada

— Baker, M. Samuel R., procureur du petitionnaire, le President de
la Division de Lethbridge de l’Eglise de Jesus-Christ des saints
des derniers jours

— Barton, M. Tom, avocat conseil, Services juridiques, Corporation
de disposition des biens de la Couronne

— Beauchemin, Mme Marthe, notaire du petitionnaire, M. Phi-
lippe Dorval

— Bertrand, M. Gerard, c.r., conseiller legislatif en chef, Section de
la legislation, ministere de la Justice

—— Berube, M. Real, vice-president, Conseil consultatif canadien du
multiculturalisme

— Bissonnette, M. P. Andre, sous-solliciteur general du Canada,
Solliciteur general Canada

— Black, Mlle Heather, avocat conseil, Services juridiques, Santé
et Bien-etre social Canada

—— Blanchard, M. Bernard E., directeur exécutif, Association du
Barreau canadien

— Bouffard, M. Denis, avocat conseil, Services juridiques, Travail
Canada

—-— Breau, Mme Susan C., avocate; présidente, Societe Elizabeth
Fry de Kingston, Association canadienne des societes Eliza-

beth Fry

– Brown, M. Henry, avocat-conseil du requérant, M. Robert K.
Coulling

—— Bruyere, M. Smokey, président, Conseil des autochtones du
Canada

——- Burbidge, M. F.S., president, Canadien Pacifique Limitée

— Calder, Chef Frank, directeur des recherches, Conseil de tribu
de Nishga (New Aiyansh, Colombie—Britannique)

—— Campbell, Mme Faye E., conseiller juridique, Section de l’elabo-
ration de la politique et des modifications au droit penal,
ministere de la Justice

—— Campeau, M. Jean, president, Caisse de depot et placement du
Quebec

——- Castel, M. Jean Gabriel, c.r., professeur, faculte de droit,
Osgoode Hall

——- Champagne, Mme Francine, avocat du requérant, M. Jean-Paul
Robert

— Chartier, M. Clem, representant national du Conseil national
des Metis

——- Clausen, Mme Inge, vice-presidente, Citizens United for Safety
and Justice

—— Cole, M. David, avocat; Criminal Lawyers’ Association

—— Coulling, M. Robert K., grand secrétaire-trésorier de la grande
loge de l’Ordre benevole et protecteur des Elans du Dominion
du Canada

INDEX

Witnesses—Cont’a’

—— Doolan, Hubert, Chairman, Nishga Tribal Council (New
Aiyansh, British Columbia)

— Dorval, Philippe, Polyventreprise Ltée, Petitioner

— Drouillard, Lou A., Executive Director, St. Leonard’s Society of
Canada

— Edwardh, Marlys, Member, Sub-committee on Uniform Evi-
dence Act, Criminal Laywers’ Association of Ontario

— Ellis, Megan, National Action Committee on the Status of

Women

-— Engel, Rick, Student, Correctional Law Project, Queen’s Uni-
versity

— Ewaschuk, E.G., General Counsel, Criminal Law, Department
of Justice

——- Faggiolo, G., Counsel, Advisory and Administrative Law Sec-
tion, Department of Justice
—— Faulkner, Carol, Executive Director, Elizabeth Fry Society of
Ottawa, Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies
—— Forsey, Hon. Eugene, Royal Commonwealth Society
—— Fortier, Yves, Q.C., President, Canadian Bar Association
— Fortin, Jacques, Bar of Quebec
— Fowler, Robert, Director, Legal Services, Canada Mortgage and
Housing Corporation
— Gagnon, Roger, Montilac Ltd. and Socam Ltd., Petitioner
—— Gamble, Alvin, Baptist Joint Committee on Public Life in
Canada
—— Gauley, D.E., Q.C., Member of the Special Committee on S-33,
Canadian Bar Association
— Gibson, Fred E., Q.C., Deputy Solicitor General of Canada,
Solicitor General Canada
— Gordon, Mark, Representative, Inuit Committee on National
Issues
— Gosnell, James, Chief, President, Nishga Tribal Council (New
Aiyansh, British Columbia)
——- Gould, Gary P., Chairman, Constitutional Committee of the
Native Council of Canada
——- Gravelle, Pierre, Deputy-Secretary to the Cabinet (Federal-Pro-
vincial Relations)
—— Greenspan, Edward L., Q.C., The Advocates’ Society
—— Guthrie, Derek, Member of the Law, Science and Technology
Committee, Canadian Bar Association
— Harris, Monte, Q.C., Vice-President, John Howard Society of
Ontario
— Henderson, Gordon F., O.C., Q.C., Gowling and Henderson;
Counsel, Canadian Payments Association
—-— Higginbotham, Glenn, Chairman, Task Force on Evidence,
Canadian Bankers’ Association
— Holmes, James, Counsel for the Petitioner, Eastern Diversified
Company Ltd.
— Hopkins, Mark, Association of Records Managers and Adminis-
trators
— House, Fred, President, Louis Riel Métis Association of British
Columbia, Metis National Council
—— Hughes, Dan, Chairman, Citizens United for Safety and Justice
— Hughes, Samuel F., President, Canadian Chamber of Commerce
—- Hunter, Lawson, Assistant Deputy Minister, Bureau of Compe-
tition Policy, and Director of Investigation and Research,
Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada
— Hutchins, Peter, Legal Counsel, Grand Council of the Crees (of
Quebec)
— Jefferson, Christie, Executive Director, Canadian Association of
Elizabeth Fry Societies
—— Jewett, M., Director, Constitutional and International Law Sec-
tion, Department of Justice
— Joe, Dave, Chief Negotiator, Council for Yukon Indians
— Joyal, Hon. Serge, Secretary of State of Canada

133

Témoins—Suite

-— Crawford, M. Bradley, avocat-conseil de l’Association des bun-
quiers canadiens

— Crawford, M. Wayne, secrétaire-trésorier executif, Syndicat des
employés du sollliciteur general

—-— Creighton, M. Jon, Kodak Canada Inc.; membre, Comlte do In
legislation, Association canadienne des fabricants d’équipe-
ment de bureau

—- Decore, M. Lawrence, president national, Conseil consultatif
canadien du multiculturalisme

— Desjardins-Siciliano, M. Yves, IBM Canada Ltée; membre,
Comité de la legislation, Association canadienne des fabri-
cants d’équipement de bureau

—— Diamond, Chef Billy, Grand Conseil des Cris (du Quebec)

— Dingle, M. James F., vice-président, Association canadienne des
paiements

—— Dioguardi, M. Paul, conseiller juridique du petitionnaire, M.
Lawrence Ross Kingsland

—— Dionne, Mlle Andree, conseiller legislatif, Section de la legisla-
tion, ministere de la Justice

—-— Doolan, M. Hubert, president, Conseil de tribu de Nishga (New
Aiyansh, Colombie—Britannique)

— Dorval, M. Philippe, Polyventreprise Ltée, petitionnaire

— Drouillard, M. Lou A., directeur executif, Societe Saint Leonard
du Canada

— Edwardh, Mme Marlys, membre, sous-comité sur la Loi uni-
forme sur la preuve, Criminal Lawyers’ Association of Ontario

— Ellis, Mme Megan, Comité national d’action sur le statut do In

femme

— Engel, M. Rick, étudiant, Correctional Law Project, Queen’s
University

—— Ewaschuk, M. E.G., avocat general, Droit penal, ministérc de in
Justice

—— Faggiolo, M. G., conseiller juridique, Section de la consultation
et du droit administratif, ministere de la Justice

— Faulkner, Mme Carol, directeur administratif, Société lillizubetli
Fry d’Ottawa, Association canadienne des sociétés Iiliziibcth
Fry

—— Forsey, honorable Eugene, Royal Commonwealth Society

——- Fortier, M. Yves, c.r., président, Association du Barreau cana-
dien

— Fortin, M. Jacques, Barreau du Québec

— Fowler, M. Robert, directeur, Services juridiques, Société cana-
dienne d’hypotheques et de logement

— Gagnon, M. Roger, Montilac Ltée et Socam Ltée, petitionnaire

— Gamble, M. Alvin, Baptist Joint Committee on Public Life in
Canada

— Gauley, M. D.E., c.r., membre du Comité special sur S413, Asso-
ciation du Barreau canadien

— Gibson, M. Fred B, c.r., sous-solliciteur general du Canada, Sol-
liciteur general Canada

——- Gordon, M. Mark, representant du Comité d’étude lnuit des
questions nationales

-— Gosnell, Chef James, president, Conseil de tribu dc Nishga
(New Aiyansh, Colombie—Britannique)

— Gould, M. Gary P., président, Comité constitutionnel du Conseil
des autochtones du Canada

—— Gravelle, M. Pierre, sous-secrétaire du Cabinet (Relations fede-
rales-provinciales)

—— Greenspan, M. Edward L., c.r., The Advocates’ Society

— Guthrie, M. Derek, membre du Comité du droit, de la science et
de la technologie, Association du Barreau canadien

— Harris, M. Monte, c.r., vice-president, John Howard Society of
Ontario

— Henderson, M. Gordon F., O.C., c.r., Gowling and Henderson;
conseiller juridique, Association canadienne des paiements

134 INDEX

Witnesses—Cont’d
— Kaplan, Hon. Robert P., Solicitor General of Canada

—— Kingsland, Lawrence Ross, Pyramid Communications Limited,
Petitioner

—— Knoppers, Jake, Association of Records Managers and Adminis-
trators

— La Fontaine, Francois, Legislative Advisor, Legislation Section,
Department of Justice

– Laframboise, Andre, Acting Commissioner for Federal Judicial
Affairs

~ Lameman, Ron, Co-ordinator, Treaty 6 Chiefs’ Alliance
(Alberta), Coalition of First Nations

— Langlois, Raynold, Solicitor for the Petitioner, the Canadian
Merchant Service Guild

—~ Lapierre, Jean C., Parliamentary Secretary to the Secretary of
State for External Affairs

— Laurin, G., Legislative Counsel, Legislation Section, Depart-
ment of Justice

— Leask, Peter, Member of the Special Committee on S-33,
Canadian Bar Association

– Lebbey, Harold, Member of the Board, St. Leonard’s Society of
Canada

~— Lebel, Louis, Batonnier for the Bar of Quebec

— Legge, Major General B.J., Chairman, Royal Commonwealth
Society

— Leone, Laureano, President, Council of National Ethnocultural
Organizations of Canada

— Littlechild, Wilton, Legal Counsel, Hobbema Tribal Council

— Lortie, Pierre, President, Montreal Stock Exchange

— Low, D. Martin, Executive Assistant to the Deputy Minister of
Justice; General Counsel, Human Rights Law, Department of
Justice

—— Lyman, S., Senior Counsel, Legal Services, Agriculture Canada

— McCabe, William, Researcher, John Howard Society of Ontario

— McDonald, Harry, Director, Legal Services, Department of
Insurance

— McDonald, Robert M., Deputy Minister, Ministry of Commu-
nity and Social Services, Government of Ontario

—— McEwan, I.A., Q.C., Legal Counsel for the Petitioner, The Very
Reverend Michael Rusnak

A MacFarlane, Gordon, Executive Director, John Howard Society
of Ontario

—~ McGovern, Edward P., Tremus Industries Limited, Petitioner

— McGrath, W.T., Member of the Board, St. Leonard’s Society of
Canada

M MacGuigan, Hon. Mark, Minister of Justice and Attorney Gen-
eral of Canada

— Maclntosh, Robert, President, Canadian Bankers’ Association

— Mclvor, Don, President, Manitoba Métis Federation, Metis
National Council

-— McKay, Alvin, Executive Member for Greenville, Nishga Tribal
Council (New Aiyansh, British Columbia)

—- McKercher, Robert, Q.C., National Vice-President, Canadian
Bar Association

~— MacLatchie, James M., Executive Director, John Howard
Society of Canada

— Manning, Hon. Ernest C., Senator (Edmonton West)

—- Manson, Allan, Barrister and Professor at Queen’s University;
Criminal Lawyers’ Association

— Manywounds, Peter, Sarcee Band, Council Member, Federation
of Saskatchewan Indian Nations

— Martin, Dianne L., Co-Chairman, Sub-committee on Uniform
Evidence Act, Criminal Lawyers’ Association of Ontario

—— Martin, Gary, Acting Director, Policy Planning Division, Minis-
try of the Attorney General, Government of British Columbia

Témoins—Suite
– Higginbotham, M. Glenn, president, Groupe d’étude sur la
preuve, Association des banquiers canadiens
— Holmes, M. James, conseiller du petitionnaire, Eastern Diversi-
fied Company Ltd.
— Hopkins, M. Mark, Association des gérants et administrateurs,
gestion des documents
—— House, M. Fred, president, Association des Metis Louis Riel de
la Colombie-Britannique, Conseil national des Metis
—- Hughes, M. Dan, president, Citizens United for Safety and Jus-
tice
— Hughes, M. Samuel F., président, Chambre de commerce du
Canada
—~ Hunter, M. Lawson, sous-ministre adjoint, Bureau de la politi-
que de concurrence et directeur des enquetes et recherches,
Consommation et Corporations Canada
—— Hutchins, M. Peter, conseiller juridique, Grand Conseil des Cris
(du Quebec)
—— Jefferson, Mme Christie, directeur administratif, Association
canadienne des societes Elizabeth Fry
— Jewett, M. M., directeur, Section du droit constitutionnel et
international, ministere de la Justice
— Joe, M. Dave, negociateur en chef, Conseil des Indiens du
Yukon
— Joyal, honorable Serge, Secretaire d’Etat du Canada
—~ Kaplan, honorable Robert P., Solliciteur general du Canada
— Kingsland, M. Lawrence Ross, Pyramid Communications Limi-
ted, petitionnaire
— Knoppers, M. Jake, Association des gérants et administrateurs,
gestion des documents
—— La Fontaine, M. Francois, conseiller legislatif, Section de la
legislation, ministere de la Justice
—- Laframboise, M. Andre, commissaire interimaire a la magistra-
ture federale
—— Lameman, M. Ron, coordonnateur, Treaty 6 Chiefs’ Alliance
(Alberta), Coalition des premieres nations
— Langlois, M. Raynold, procureur du petitionnaire, Guilde de la
marine marchande du Canada
— Lapierre, M. Jean C., secrétaire parlementaire du secrétaire
d’Etat aux Affaires extérieures
— Laurin, M. G., conseiller legislatif, Section de la legislation,
ministere de la Justice
— Leask, M. Peter, membre du Comite special sur S-33, Associa-
tion du Barreau canadien
— Lebbey, M. Harold, membre du bureau de direction, Société
Saint Leonard du Canada
– Lebel, M. Louis, batonnier du Barreau du Québec
— Legge, major—general, B.J., president, Royal Commonwealth
Society
— Leone, M. Laureano, président, Conseil des organismes natio-
naux ethnoculturels du Canada
—— Littlechild, M. Wilton, conseiller juridique, Conseil de tribu de
Hobbema
»~ Lortie, M. Pierre, president, Bourse de Montreal
— Low, M. D. Martin, chef du cabinet du sous-ministre de la Jus-
tice; avocat general, Droits de la personne, ministere de la Jus-

tice

— Lyman, M. S., avocat-conseil senior, Contentieux, Agriculture
Canada

—~ McCabe, M. William, recherchiste, John Howard Society of
Ontario

—— McDonald, M. Harry, directeur, Services juridiques, Departe-
ment des Assurances

— McDonald, M. Robert M., sous-ministre, ministere des Services
sociaux et communautaires, Gouvernement de l’Ontario

INDEX

Witnesses——Cont’d
— Maszczak, Walter, Chief of Drug Regulatory Affairs Division,

Health and Welfare Canada

— Mathys, F.A., Director, Legal Advisory Division, Bureau of
Legal Affairs, External Affairs Canada

—— Miskokomon, Joe, Chief, Grand Council Chief of the Ani-
shinabek Nations; President, Union of Ontario Indians

— Mitchell, John, former Counsel for the Petitioner, Mr. Lawrence
Ross Kingsland

—— Miville-Deschenes, Gilbert, Legal Counsel, Legal Services,
Employment and Immigration Canada

—— Morrison, W.R., Chairman of the Special IODE Committee,
IODE National Chapter of Canada

—— Mosley, Richard G., Legal Counsel, Policy Planning and Crimi-
nal Law Amendments Section, Department of Justice

—— Munro, Hon. John C., Minister of Indian and Northern Affairs

— Nahwegahbow, David, Special Assistant to the President,
National Indian Brotherhood

~— Nelligan, John P., Q.C., The Advocates’ Society

— Nicholas, Dennis, Vice-President, National Indian Brotherhood

— Nicholas, Graydon, President, Union of New Brunswick Indians,
Coalition of First Nations

—— Normand, Carmand, Assistant General Manager, Caisse de
depot et placement du Quebec

-— Norton, Joe, Chief, Caughnawaga Reserve (Quebec), Coalition
of First Nations

-— Nuffield, Joan, Policy Analyst, Solicitor General Canada

—-— Nyce, Jacob, Trustee for Canyon City, Nishga Tribal Council
(New Aiyansh, British Columbia)

—— O’Connor, Fergus J., Director, Correctional Law Project,
Queen’s University

-— Opekokew, Delia, Solicitor of the Federation of Saskatchewan
Indian Nations

— O’Reilly, James, Legal Counsel, Grand Council of the Crees (of
Quebec)

—— Ouellet, Hon. Andre, Minister of Consumer and Corporate
Affairs

——~ Outerbridge, W.R., Chairman, National Parole Board, Solicitor
General Canada

—— Pace, Michael, Counsel for the Petitioner, Ontario News Com-
pany, Limited

—— Parizeau, Hon. Jacques, Minister of Finance, Province of Que-
bec

—— Phillips, Donna, Member of the Constitutional Committee of the
Native Women’s Association of Canada

— Pigeon, Hon. Justice Louis-Philippe, Professor, Faculty of Law
(Civil Law Section), University of Ottawa

— Pinder, G., Deputy Commissioner, Offender Programs, Correc-
tional Service Canada, Solicitor General Canada

—— Posluns, Michael, Parliamentary Liaison Consultant, National
Indian Brotherhood

—— Prefontaine, Daniel C., General Counsel, Policy Planning and
Criminal Law Amendments Section, Department of Justice

—-— Raymond, Pierre, Solicitor for the Petitioners, Mr. Gagnon (Bill
S-13), Mr. McGovern (Bill S-14)

—— Reid, John, Control Data Canada, Ltd.; Chairman, Legislation
Committee, Canadian Business Equipment Manufacturers
Association

—- Ridington, Jillian, Chairperson, Justice Committee, National
Action Committee on the Status of Women

— Robert, J. Paul, E.G. Klein Limited, Petitioner

— Robichon, Georges H., Counsel for the Petitioner, G.A. Barber
& Sons Limited

—— Robinson, Bernard, Commissioner of Corrections, Ministry of
the Attorney General, Government of British Columbia

Témoins——Suite

— McEwan, M. I.A., c.r., conseiller juridique du petitionnilirc, Lc
tres reverend Michael Rusnak

—~ MacFarlane, M. Gordon, directeur général, John Howard
Society of Ontario

— McGovern, M. Edward P., Tremus Industries Limited, petition-
naire

— McGrath, M. W.T., membre du bureau de direction, Societe
Saint Leonard du Canada

—~ McGuigan, honorable Mark, ministre de la Justice et procureur
general du Canada

— Maclntosh, M. Robert, president, Association des banquiers
canadiens

— Mclvor, M. Don, president, Federation des Metis du Manitoba,
Conseil national des Metis

— McKay, M. Alvin, representant exécutif de Greenville, Conseil
de tribu de Nishga (New Aiyansh, Colombie—Britannique)

— McKercher, M. Robert, c.r., vice-president national, Association
du Barreau canadien

— MacLatchie, M. James M., directeur general, John Howard
Society of Canada

— Manning, honorable Ernest C., senateur (Edmonton-Ouest)

—— Manson, M. Allan, avocat et professeur, Queen’s University;
Criminal Lawyers’ Association

— Manywounds, M. Peter, Bande Sarcee, membre du conseil,
Federation des nations indiennes de la Saskatchewan

—~ Martin, Mme Dianne L., copresidente, sous-comite sur la Loi
uniforme sur la preuve, Criminal Lawyers’ Association of
Ontario

— Martin, M. Gary, directeur suppleant, Section de planification
de la politique, ministere du Procureur general, gouvernement
de la Colombie-Britannique

— Maszczak, M. Walter, chef de la Division de la reglementation
des drogues, Santé et Bien-etre social Canada

—~ Mathys, M. F.A., directeur, Direction des consultations juridi-
ques, Bureau des affaires juridiques, Affaires extérieures
Canada

— Miskokomon, Chef Joe, chef du Grand Conseil des nations Anis-
hinabek; président, Union des Indiens de l’Ontario

— Mitchell, M. John, ancien conseiller juridique du pétitionnaire,
M. Lawrence Ross Kingsland

— Miville-Deschenes, M. Gilbert, avocat conseil, Services juridi-
ques, Emploi et Immigration Canada

—— Morrison, Mme W.R., présidente du Comlte special de l’1ODE,
Chapitre national du Canada IODE

—« Mosley, M. Richard G., conseiller juridique, Section de l’elabo-
ration de la politique et des modifications au droit penal,
ministere de la Justice

— Munro, honorable John C., ministre des Affaires indiennes et du
Nord

— Nahwegahbow, M. David, adjoint special du president de la Fra-
ternite nationale des Indiens du Canada

— Nelligan, M. John P., c.r., The Advocates’ Society

— Nicholas, M. Dennis, vice-president, Fraternité nationale des
Indiens du Canada

— Nicholas, M. Graydon, president, Union des Indiens du Nou-
veau-Brunswick, Coalition des premieres nations

— Normand, M. Carmand, directeur general adjoint, Caisse de
depot et placement du Quebec

— Norton, Chef Joe, reserve Caughnawaga (Quebec), Coalition
des premieres nations

– Nuffield, Mme Joan, analyste de la politique, Solliciteur general
Canada

— Nyce, M. Jacob, fideicommissaire de Canyon City, Conseil dc
tribu de Nishga (New Aiyansh, Colombie—Britannique)

136 INDEX

Witnesses—Cont’d
— Robinson, Eric, Co-ordinator, Brotherhood of Indian Nations
(Manitoba), Coalition of First Nations
— Rosen, Carl, Director, Legal Services, Statistics Canada
—- Rosenberg, Mark, Member of the Special Committee on S-33,
Canadian Bar Association
—- Rothstein, Paul F., Professor, Georgetown University Law Cen-
ter, Washington, D.C.
— Royal, Peter, President, Criminal Trial Lawyers Association of
Edmonton
—-— Rusnak, The Very Reverend Michael, Eparch of the Eparchy of
Saints Cyril and Methodius of Slovaks of the Byzantine Rite
in Canada, Petitioner
— Sabia, Laura, Royal Commonwealth Society
— Sanderson, Sol, Chief, President, Federation of Saskatchewan
Indian Nations
-— Saucier, Serge, Chairman of the Board, Chamber of Commerce
of the District of Montreal
— Schiff, Stanley, Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto
-— Scott, Marie-Paule, Chief, Surveillance Section, Compliance
Division, Corporation Branch, Consumer and Corporate
Affairs Canada
— Scraire, Jean-Claude, Director of Legal Affairs, Caisse de depot
et placement du Québec
— Senior, Elinor, Monarchist League of Canada
—— Simons, Mary, President, Makivick Corporation, Kuujjuaq
(Quebec), Inuit Committee on National Issues
—— Smith, O’Neil, Monarchist League of Canada
—-— Soonias, Rodney, Legal Counsel, Hobbema Tribal Council
—— Sopinka, John, Q.C., Member of the Special Committee on Bill
S-33, Canadian Bar Association
—— Sterling, Hon. N.W., Provincial Secretary for Justice, Govern-
ment of Ontario
— Strayer, B.L., Q.C., Assistant Deputy Minister, Public Law,
Department of Justice
— Tassé, Roger, Deputy Minister of Justice and Deputy Attorney
General of Canada, Department of Justice
~— Taylor, Ron, Association of Records Managers and Administra-
tors
—— Thurm, Nelson, Legislative Counsel, Legislation Section,
Department of Justice
—— Toffoli, Garry, Monarchist League of Canada
— Tollefson, E.A., Co-ordinator, Criminal Law Review, Depart-
ment of Justice
—— Torno, Barry, Legal Counsel, Legal Services, Consumer and
Corporate Affairs Canada
— Tremblay, Gerald, Member of the Special Committee on S-33,
Canadian Bar Association; Bar of Quebec
—— Two Rivers, Billy, Chief, Caughnawaga Reserve (Quebec), Coa-
lition of First Nations
— Vallerand, Andre, Vice-President and Director General, Cham-
ber of Commerce of the District of Montreal
—— Viets, R.D., Senior Legal Advisor, Corporations Branch, Bureau
of Corporate Affairs, Consumer and Corporate Affairs
Canada
— Watt, Charlie, Co-Chairman, Inuit Committee on National
Issues
— Wilkes, John, Chief, Legislation and Liaison, Income Security
Program, Health and Welfare Canada
— Williams, Hon. Allan, Attorney General, Government of British
Columbia
— Williams, Ginette, Legal Counsel, Legal Services, Health and
Welfare Canada
—— Wood, Joe Guy, Chief, Chairman of the Constitutional Commit-
tee of Chiefs, Assembly or Manitoba Chiefs

Témoins—-Suite _

— O’Connor, M. Fergus J., directeur, Correctional Law Project,
Queen’s University

—— Opekokew, Mme Delia, conseil de la Federation des nations
indiennes de la Saskatchewan

—— O’Reilly, M. James, conseiller juridique, Grand Conseil des Cris
(du Quebec)

— Ouellet, honorable Andre, ministre de la Consommation et des
Corporations

-— Outerbridge, M. W.R., president, Commission nationale des
liberations conditionnelles, Solliciteur general Canada

— Pace, M. Michael, conseiller du petitionnaire, Ontario News
Company, Limited

—— Parizeau, honorable Jacques, ministre des Finances, province de
Quebec

— Phillips, Mme Donna, membre du Comité constitutionnel de
l’Association des femmes autochtones du Canada

—— Pigeon, honorable juge Louis-Philippe, professeur a la faculte de
droit (Section du droit civil), Universite d’Ottawa

— Pinder, M. G., sous-commissaire, Programmes des délinquants,
Service correctionnel Canada, Solliciteur general Canada

—— Posluns, M. Michael, agent de liaison parlementaire, Fraternité
nationale des Indiens du Canada –

—-— Prefontaine, M. Daniel C., avocat general, Section de l’elabora-
tion de la politique et des modifications au droit penal, minis-
tere de la Justice

—— Raymond, M. Pierre, procureur des petitionnaires, M. Gagnon
(Bill S-13), M. McGovern (Bill S-14)

—— Reid, M. John, Control Data Canada, Ltée; president, Comité
de la legislation, Association canadienne des fabricants d’équi-
pement de bureau

— Ridington, Mme Jillian, presidente, Comité de la Justice,
Comité national d’action sur le statut de la femme

—— Robert, M. Jean-Paul, E.G. Klein Limited, requérant

— Robichon, M. Georges H., conseiller du petitionnaire, G.A. Bar-
ber & Sons Limited

—-— Robinson, M. Bernard, commissaire aux services correctionnels,
ministere du Procureur general, gouvernement de la Colom-
bie-Britannique

—— Robinson, M. Eric, coordonnateur, Brotherhood of Indian
Nations (Manitoba), Coalition des premieres nations

—— Rosen, M. Carl, directeur, Services juridiques, Statistique
Canada

—— Rosenberg, M. Mark, membre du Comité special sur S-33, Asso-
ciation du Barreau canadien

— Rothstein, M. Paul F., professeur, Georgetown University Law
Center, Washington, D.C.

—— Royal, M. Peter, president, Criminal Trial Lawyers Association
of Edmonton

—— Rusnak, le tres révérend Michael, éparque de l’éparchie des
Saints Cyrille ct Méthode des Slovaques de rite byzantin au
Canada, petitionnaire

—-— Sabia, Mme Laura, Royal Commonwealth Society

— Sanderson, Chef Sol, president, Federation des nations indiennes
de la Saskatchewan

—— Saucier, M. Serge, president du conseil d’administration, Cham-
bre de commerce du district de Montreal

— Schiff, M. Stanley, professeur, Faculte de droit, University of
Toronto

—— Scott, Mme Marie-Paule, chef, Section de la surveillance, Divi-
sion de l’application de la loi, Direction des corporations, Con-
sommation et Corporations Canada

—— Scraire, M. Jean-Claude, directeur des Affaires juridiques,
Caisse de depot et placement du Québec

~—— Senior, Mme Elinor, Ligue monarchiste du Canada

INDEX 137

Witnesses——Conz ’d Témoins—Suz‘te

— Wright, Leslie Pringle, Student, Correctional Law Project, ~—- Simons, Mme Mary, président, Corporation Makivick, Kuujjuaq
Queen’s University (Québec), Comité d’étude Inuit des questions nationales
— Zambrowsky, Joshua, Executive Director, Canadian Association —~ Smith, M. O’Neil, Ligue monarchiste du Canada
for the Prevention of Crime — Soonias, M. Rodney, conseiller juridique, Conseil de tribu de
A Hobbema

— Sopinka, M. John, c.r., membre du Comité special sur S-33,
Association du Barreau canadien

— Sterling, honorable N.W., secrétaire-provincial a la justice, Gou-
vernement de l’Ontario

— Strayer, M. B.L., c.r., sous-ministre adjoint, Droit public, minis-
tére de la Justice

— Tassé, M. Roger, sous-ministre de la Justice et sous-procureur
général du Canada, ministere de la Justice

— Taylor, M. Ron, Association des gérants et administrateurs, ges-
tion des documents

— Thurm, M. Nelson, conseiller législatif, Section de la legislation,
ministére de la Justice

— Toffoli, M. Garry, Ligue monarchiste du Canada

— Tollefson, M. E.A., coordonnateur, Revision du droit pénal,
ministére de la Justice

w Torno, M. Barry, avocat conseil, Services juridiques, Consom-
mation et Corporations Canada

—— Tremblay, M. Gérald, membre du Comité spécial sur S-33,
Association du Barreau canadien; Barreau du Québec

— Two Rivers, Chef Billy, réserve Caughnawaga (Québec), Coali-
tion des premieres nations

— Vallerand, M. Andre, vice-président et directeur général, Cham-
bre de commerce du district de Montréal

— Viets, M. R.D., conseiller juridique superieur, direction des cor-
porations, Consommation et Corporations Canada

—— Watt, M. Charlie, coprésident, Comité d’étude Inuit des ques-
tions nationales

— Wilkes, M. John, chef, Legislation et Liaison, programmes de la
sécurité du revenu, Santé et Bien-étre social Canada

— Williams, honorable Allan, procureur général, gouvernement de
la Colombie-Britannique

— Williams, Mme Ginette, avocat conseil, Services juridiques,
Santé et Bien-étre social Canada

— Wood, Chef Joe Guy, president du Comité constitutionnel des
chefs, Assemblée des chefs du Manitoba

—— Wright, Mme Leslie Pringle, étudiante, Correctional Law Pro-
ject, Queen’s University

—— Zambrowsky, M. Joshua, directeur administratif, Société cana-
dienne pour la prévention du crime

For pagination, see Index by alphabetical order.

Pour pagination, voir Index par ordre alphabétique.

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