Orders of the Day
Immediately after routine business, the Legislative Assembly comes to the main business of the day. The government, through the Government
House Leader, may call for debate on any of the following items if they appear on the
Orders of the Day:
Most of these items are government business. The government determines what items will be called for debate and in what sequence they will be considered, with the exception being Monday morning (which is Private Members' Time). The government may determine that only some items will actually be debated and that the rest will be deferred. If deferred items are not considered before the
session ends, they “die on the order paper,” which means that they must be reintroduced during another session.