No. 58 VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE Legislative Assembly of British Columbia

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

One-thirty o’clock p.m.

Prayers by Mr. Throness.

Order called for “Members’ Statements.”

Order called for “Oral Questions by Members.”

By leave, the Hon. T. Lake (Minister of Health) tabled a document regarding the BC Cancer Agency colon screening program.

The House proceeded to “Orders of the Day.”

Order called for Committee of Supply.

Pursuant to Sessional Order, order called for Section A of Committee of Supply.

The House resumed the adjourned debate on the motion for second reading of Bill (No. 11) intituled Education Statutes Amendment Act, 2015.

The debate continued.

Ms. Hammell moved the following amendment —

That Bill (No. 11) intituled Education Statutes Amendment Act, 2015 not be read a second time now but that the subject matter be referred to the Select Standing Committee on Education, and further that the committee be empowered to invite witnesses to appear before it to assist in its deliberations.

The debate on the amendment continued.

On the motion of Mr. Simons, the debate on the amendment was adjourned to the next sitting of the House.

(In Committee — Section A)

Section A of Committee of Supply reported progress of the estimates of the Ministry of Children and Family Development.

Report to be considered at the next sitting.

Committee to sit again at the next sitting.

And then the House adjourned at 6.55 p.m.



Monday, May 4

15  Ms. Corrigan to move —

Be it resolved that this House call on the B.C. government to fully support adult basic education programs as a critical component of job readiness and training.