Assemblée Législative de la Nouvelle-Écosse

La Chambre s'est ajournée le
26 octobre 2017


Fifty-sixth General Assembly

Third Session

11:00 A.M.


Hon. Paul MacEwan


Mrs. Francene Cosman

[The Legislature rose on Thursday, January 11, 1996, to meet again at the call of the Speaker.]

MR. SPEAKER: Please be seated.

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS: His Honour the Lieutenant Governor is without.

MR. SPEAKER: Admit His Honour the Lieutenant Governor.

[The Speaker and Clerks left the Chamber.]

[The Lieutenant Governor, Hon. John James Kinley, preceded by his escort and by Mr. Douglas Giles, Acting Sergeant-at-Arms, bearing the Mace, entered the House of Assembly Chamber. The Lieutenant Governor then took his seat on the Throne.]

[The Sergeant-at-Arms then departed and re-entered the Chamber followed by the Speaker, Hon. Paul MacEwan; the Chief Clerk of the House, Roderick MacArthur; and the Acting Assistant Clerk, Arthur Fordham, Q.C.]

[The Speaker, with the Sergeant-at-Arms on his right and the Clerks on either side, took up his position at the foot of the Speaker's Table.]

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS: It is the wish of His Honour that the ladies and gentlemen please be seated.


THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR: Mr. Speaker and Members of the House of Assembly, in closing this, the Third Session of the Fifty-sixth General Assembly convened in the province, I desire to thank you for the attention and consideration you have given to the measures which have come before you.

New and important legislative measures have been passed, including:

An Act to Incorporate the Halifax Regional Municipality.

An Act to Provide for Support for Accredited Fisheries Organizations.

An Act Respecting Education.

An Act Respecting Collège de l'Acadie and the Nova Scotia Community College.

An Act to Implement the Agreement on Internal Trade.

An Act Respecting Security Interests in Personal Property.

An Act Respecting Regional Municipalities.

Further, important legislation has been enacted respecting Highway No. 104, Marketable Titles, Electronic Filing by Businesses, Workers' Compensation and Maintenance Enforcement.

Private and Local Bills respecting a number of matters received the approval of the House.

I thank you for the ample provision you have made for the Public Service, and I assure you that the utmost care will be taken to see that the amounts voted are expended in an economical manner and in the best interests of the Province.

I now bid you farewell and tender you my very best wishes for your personal prosperity and happiness throughout the year.

HON. JOHN SAVAGE (The Premier): Mr. Speaker and Members of the House of Assembly, it is the will and pleasure of His Honour the Lieutenant Governor that this the Third Session of the Fifty-sixth General Assembly be prorogued, and this session is accordingly prorogued and that the Fourth Session of the said General Assembly meet at 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon of this day for the dispatch of business.

[The Speaker and Clerks left the Chamber.]

[The Lieutenant Governor left the Chamber.]

[The House rose at 11:10 a.m.]