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The House adjourned:
October 26, 2017.

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DEBATES AND PROCEEDINGS

Speaker: Honourable Gordie Gosse

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Fifth Session

FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 2013

TABLE OF CONTENTSPAGE

TABLING REPORTS, REGULATIONS AND OTHER PAPERS:
AG: Civil Procedure Rules - Revisions,
737
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS:
No. 40, Education Act,
738
NOTICES OF MOTION:
Res. 305, O'Neill, Bernie: Retirement - Congrats.,
738
Vote - Affirmative
738
Res. 306, Carter, Doug: Death of - Tribute,
739
Vote - Affirmative
739
GOVERNMENT BUSINESS:
GOVERNMENT MOTIONS:
HOUSE RESOLVED INTO CWH ON SUPPLY AT 9:08 A.M
740
HOUSE RECONVENED AT 1:20 P.M
740
ADJOURNMENT, House rose to meet again on Mon., Apr. 15th at 4 p.m
741

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HALIFAX, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 2013

Sixty-first General Assembly

Fifth Session

9:00 A.M.

SPEAKER

Hon. Gordie Gosse

DEPUTY SPEAKERS

Ms. Becky Kent, Mr. Leo Glavine, Mr. Alfie MacLeod

MR. SPEAKER » : Order, please. We will begin the daily routine.

PRESENTING AND READING PETITIONS

PRESENTING REPORTS OF COMMITTEES

TABLING REPORTS, REGULATIONS AND OTHER PAPERS

MR. SPEAKER « » : The honourable Minister of Justice.

HON. ROSS LANDRY « » : Mr. Speaker, in my capacity as the Attorney General and pursuant to Section 51 of the Judiciary Act, I hereby beg leave to table two separate revisions to the Civil Procedure Rules. The revisions were made in accordance with the Judiciary Act by the Judges of Nova Scotia's Court of Appeal on January 21, 2013.

MR. SPEAKER « » : The revisions are tabled.

737

STATEMENTS BY MINISTERS

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GOVERNMENT NOTICES OF MOTION

INTRODUCTION OF BILLS

Bill No. 40 - Entitled an Act to Amend Chapter 1 of the Acts of 1995-96. The Education Act. (Mr. Eddie Orrell)

MR. SPEAKER « » : Ordered that this bill be read a second time on a future day.

NOTICES OF MOTION

MR. SPEAKER « » : The honourable Leader of the Progressive Conservative Party.

RESOLUTION NO. 305

HON. JAMIE BAILLIE « » : Mr. Speaker, I hereby give notice that on a future day I shall move the adoption of the following resolution:

Whereas Bernie O'Neil is retiring after more than 40 years in the credit union system; and

Whereas Mr. O'Neil started as a teller in Sydney Mines in 1966 and rose through the ranks to become CEO of the Nova Scotia Central Credit Union; and

Whereas Mr. O'Neil was instrumental in creating the new Atlantic Central that brought credit unions from all four of the Atlantic Provinces together;

Therefore be it resolved that all members of this House congratulate Mr. O'Neil on a successful career and send him our best wishes as he begins the next chapter in his successful life.

Mr. Speaker, I request waiver of notice and passage without debate.

MR. SPEAKER « » : There has been a request for waiver.

Is it agreed?

It is agreed.

Would all those in favour of the motion please say Aye. Contrary minded, Nay.

The motion is carried.

The honourable Leader of the Progressive Conservative Party.

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RESOLUTION NO. 306

HON. JAMIE BAILLIE « » : Mr. Speaker, I hereby give notice that on a future day I shall move the adoption of the following resolution:

Whereas former Truro Mayor and respected business person Doug Carter passed away on April 9th; and

Whereas Mayor Carter was first elected as a town councillor in 1968, became deputy mayor in 1969, and served as mayor from 1979 to 1997; and

Whereas in addition to his public service Mayor Carter, who is remembered as an avid sailor and an award-winning curler, is also the recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal;

Therefore be it resolved that all members of this House remember the life and many accomplishments of Doug Carter of Truro, and send sincere condolences to his family and friends.

Mr. Speaker, I request waiver of notice and passage without debate.

MR. SPEAKER « » : There has been a request for waiver.

Is it agreed?

It is agreed.

Would all those in favour of the motion please say Aye. Contrary minded, Nay.

The motion is carried.

ORDERS OF THE DAY

GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

MR. SPEAKER « » : The honourable Government House Leader.

HON. FRANK CORBETT » : Mr. Speaker, would you please call the order of business, Government Motions.

GOVERNMENT MOTIONS

MR. SPEAKER « » : The honourable Government House Leader.

HON. FRANK CORBETT « » : Mr. Speaker, I move that you do now leave the Chair and the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole House on Supply unto Her Majesty.

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MR. SPEAKER « » : The motion is carried.

[9:08 a.m. The House resolved itself into a CWH on Supply with Deputy Speaker Ms. Becky Kent in the Chair.]

[1:20 p.m. CWH on Supply rose and the House reconvened with Deputy Speaker Ms. Becky Kent in the Chair.]

MADAM SPEAKER « » : The Chairman of the Committee of the Whole House on Supply reports:

THE CLERK » : That the Committee of the Whole House on Supply has met, has made progress, and begs leave to sit again.

MADAM SPEAKER « » : Is it agreed?

It is agreed.

The honourable Government House Leader.

HON. FRANK CORBETT « » : Madam Speaker, that concludes the government's business for today. I move that the House do now rise to meet again on Monday, from the hour of 4:00 a.m. (Interruptions) You are listening. Madam Speaker, the Cape Bretoners caught it, I don't know about these other people, these mainlanders, they didn't get it - to meet from the hours of 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. After the daily routine we will be doing Committee of the Whole House on Supply and, if time permits, we will do Bill No. 36 and Bill No. 37.

With that, Madam Speaker, I move that we do now rise. Everyone have a great weekend and see you on Monday.

MADAM SPEAKER « » : The motion is that the House now rise to meet again on Monday, April 15th, between the hours of 4:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.

Is it agreed?

It is agreed.

Would all those in favour of the motion please say Aye. Contrary minded, Nay.

The motion is carried.

We stand adjourned.

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[The House rose at 1:22 p.m.]