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ORDERS OF THE DAY — Continued
No. 50 — Wednesday, November 4, 2009 — 1.30 p.m.
(Monday morning only)
Bill (No. M 202) intituled Lobbyist Registry Reform Act, 2009, PRINTED. Ms. James.
4 Mr. McRae moved —
Be it resolved that this House recognize the importance of early learning opportunities and acknowledge this government’s establishment of StrongStart BC Early Learning Centres across British Columbia and celebrate its renewed commitment to deliver full-day kindergarten for five-year-olds throughout the province by September 2010. (Mr. Dalton adjourned the debate.)
5 Mr. Rustad moved —
Be it resolved that this House recognizes the importance of continuing to build and develop new markets for BC wood and forestry products in China, India and Korea. (Mr. Donaldson adjourned the debate.)
7 Mr. Ralston moved —
Be it resolved that this House enter into discussion and debate of an Independent Budget Officer. (Mr. Cantelon adjourned the debate.)
8 Mr. van Dongen moved —
Be it resolved that this House support the actions of this government to fight gang violence and urge all federal parties to continue to implement BC’s recommendations to strengthen the Criminal Code of Canada. (Mr. Les adjourned the debate.)
12 Mr. Austin moved —
Be it resolved that this House recognize the importance of public libraries and the crucial services they provide as literacy is the underpinning of all learning. (Mr. Les adjourned the debate.)
15 Mr. Chouhan moved —
That this House support discussion and debate of changes to employment standards to protect young workers under the age of fifteen. (Ms. Karagianis adjourned the debate.)
16 Mr. Howard moved —
Be it resolved the House welcome the Olympic torch to British Columbia, and recognize the unprecedented economic opportunity the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games will provide the Province. (Ms. Barnett adjourned the debate.)
3 Ms. McIntyre to move —
Be it resolved that this House fully endorses the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games as the largest single economic opportunity we have today.
9 Mr. Lee to move —
Be it resolved that this House support the Asia-Pacific Initiative to build economic prosperity through increased trade and investment opportunities with emerging global economies, such as China, India, Japan, Korea and Southeast Asia.
10 Mr. Howard to move —
Be it resolved that this House support the government’s efforts to eliminate federal restrictions on international air travel and pursue Open Skies agreements to allow international air carriers to freely transport passengers and cargo to and from Canadian airports of their choice.
11 Mr. Brar to move —
Be it resolved that this House urge the Federal Government to develop and approve a strategy similar to Australia, United States and several European nations to fast-track approval of enough non-adjuvant H1N1 vaccine much earlier to priority groups, including children, pregnant women and people living in remote and isolated settings, to ensure these citizens are immunized in the month of October rather than delaying until November.
13 Mr. Donaldson to move —
Be it resolved that this House urge the government to acknowledge the negative impact of Indian residential schools.
14 Ms. Popham to move —
Be it resolved that this House declare that the month of October be Eat & Drink BC.
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