No. 30 VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE Legislative Assembly of British Columbia

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

One-thirty o’clock p.m.

Prayers by Mr. Sultan.

The Hon. M. de Jong (Minister of Finance) presented to the Speaker a Message from Her Honour the Lieutenant Governor, which read as follows:

Judith Guichon
Lieutenant Governor

The Lieutenant Governor transmits herewith Bill (No. 16) intituled Supply Act (No. 1), 2015 and recommends the same to the Legislative Assembly.

Government House,

February 24, 2015.

Bill introduced and read a first time.

Bill Ordered to be placed on the Orders of the Day for second reading at the next sitting after today.

Order called for “Members’ Statements.”

Order called for “Oral Questions by Members.”

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.

Bill (No. 7) intituled Private Training Act was again committed.

The Committee rose, reported progress and asked leave to sit again.

Bill to be considered at the next sitting.

(In Committee — Section A)

40. Resolved, that a sum not exceeding $2,593,575,000 be granted to Her Majesty to defray the expenses of Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation, Ministry Operations, to 31st March, 2016.

Section A of Committee of Supply reported the Resolution and completion of the estimates of the Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation.

Report to be considered at the next sitting.

Committee to sit again at the next sitting.

By agreement, summary of debate of estimates passed in Section A (Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation) to be considered at the next sitting.

And then the House adjourned at 6.54 p.m.



Monday, March 23

Ms. Trevena to introduce a Bill intituled Provincial Shipbuilding Act.


Monday, March 23

10  Ms. Trevena to move —

Be it resolved that this House agrees that B.C. needs a ferry system that is part of the provincial infrastructure, working for the benefit of B.C.’s economy and communities.