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One-Thirty o’clock p.m.
Prayers by Mr. Letnick.
Order called for “Members’ Statements.”
Order called for “Oral Questions by Members.”
The House proceeded to “Orders of the Day.”
The House resumed the adjourned debate on the motion for second reading of Bill (No. 3) intituled Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Amendment Act, 2011.
The debate continued.
The House divided.
Motion agreed to on the following division:
Bill (No. 3) read a second time and Ordered to be placed on the Orders of the Day for committal at the next sitting after today.
Bill (No. 11) intituled Greater Vancouver Transit Enhancement Act was committed, reported complete without amendment, read a third time and passed.
And then the House adjourned at 6.46 p.m.
HON. BILL BARISOFF, Speaker
Monday, October 24
9 Ms. Trevena to move —
Be it resolved that this House agrees that we have a moral responsibility to children who have been in the care of the government and recognises that developmental disabilities have no age limit.
10 Ms. Trevena to move —
Be it resolved that this House recognises the difficulties faced by children and youth with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder and those with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder should receive the best supports possible.
11 Ms. Trevena to move —
Be it resolved that this House acknowledges the unacceptably high numbers of Aboriginal children in government care and be it further resolved that this House agrees to work collaboratively to significantly lower those numbers.
12 Ms. Trevena to move —
Be it resolved that this House agrees that children should be protected from exploitation in the workplace.
13 Ms. Trevena to move —
Be it resolved that this House recognises the stigma of mental illness and the particular difficulties faced by young people with mental health problems; be it further resolved that the province should provide the best supports possible.
14 Mr. Les to move —
Be it resolved that this House support an increase in transparency and accountability to ensure local taxpayers are getting value for money.
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