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Bill 6: An Act To Amend The Public Utilities Act
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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John Todd Keewatin Central

Mr. Speaker, I move seconded by the honourable Member for Nahendeh, that Bill 6, An Act to Amend the Public Utilities Act, be read for the second time.

Mr. Speaker, this bill amends the Public Utilities Act to authorize the Public Utilities Board to establish joint divisions with a public utilities board of another province or territory, where a public utility conducts business in both jurisdictions. The bill provides that a joint division has the jurisdiction, powers and duties of the board and that a decision or act of a joint division is a decision or act of the board. Thank you, Mr. Speaker.

Bill 6: An Act To Amend The Public Utilities Act
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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The Speaker Samuel Gargan

Thank you. The motion is in order. To the principle of the bill. Question has been called. All those in favour? All those opposed? The motion is carried. Bill 6 has had second reading and accordingly the bill stands referred to a committee. Second reading of bills. Mr. Arlooktoo.

Bill 7: Miscellaneous Statutes Amendment Act, 1999
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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Goo Arlooktoo Baffin South

Mr. Speaker, I seek consent to proceed with second reading of Bill 7, Miscellaneous Statutes Amendment Act, 1999.

Bill 7: Miscellaneous Statutes Amendment Act, 1999
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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The Speaker Samuel Gargan

The Member for Baffin South is seeking consent to deal with Bill 7. Do we have any nays? There are no nays. Mr. Arlooktoo, you have consent.

Bill 7: Miscellaneous Statutes Amendment Act, 1999
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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Goo Arlooktoo Baffin South

Mr. Speaker, I move, seconded by the honourable Member for Nahendeh that Bill 7, Miscellaneous Statutes Amendment Act, 1999, be read for the second time.

Mr. Speaker, this bill corrects certain inconsistencies and errors in the Statutes of the Northwest Territories. The bill also deals with other matters of a minor, non-controversial and uncomplicated nature in the Statutes and repeals certain statutes and statutory provisions that have ceased to have effect or will not be brought into force. Thank you, Mr. Speaker.

Bill 7: Miscellaneous Statutes Amendment Act, 1999
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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The Speaker Samuel Gargan

Thank you. The motion is in order. To the principle of the bill. Question has been called. All those in favour? All those opposed? The motion is carried. Bill 7 has had second reading and accordingly the bill stands referred to a committee. Second reading of bills. Mr. Todd.

Bill 10: Forgiveness Of Debts Act, 1998-99
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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John Todd Keewatin Central

Mr. Speaker, I seek consent to proceed with second reading of Bill 10, Forgiveness of Debts Act, 1998-99.

Bill 10: Forgiveness Of Debts Act, 1998-99
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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The Speaker Samuel Gargan

The Member for Keewatin Central is seeking consent to deal with Bill 10. Do we have any nays? There are no nays. Mr. Todd, you have consent.

Bill 10: Forgiveness Of Debts Act, 1998-99
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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John Todd Keewatin Central

Mr. Speaker, I move, seconded by the honourable Member for Aivilik, that Bill 10, Forgiveness of Debts Act, 1998-99, be read for the second time.

Mr. Speaker, this bill authorizes the forgiveness of debts under section 25 of the Financial Administration Act. Thank you, Mr. Speaker.

Bill 10: Forgiveness Of Debts Act, 1998-99
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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The Speaker Samuel Gargan

Thank you. The motion is in order. To the principle of the bill. Question has been called. All those in favour? All those opposed? The motion is carried. Bill 10 has had second reading and accordingly the bill stands referred to a committee. Second reading of bills. Mr. Todd.

Bill 11: Write-off Of Assets Act, 1998-99
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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John Todd Keewatin Central

Mr. Speaker, I seek consent to proceed with second reading of Bill 11, Write-off of Assets Act, 1998-99.

Bill 11: Write-off Of Assets Act, 1998-99
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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The Speaker Samuel Gargan

The Member for Keewatin Central is seeking consent to deal with Bill 11. Do we have any nays? There are no nays. Mr. Todd, you have consent.

Bill 11: Write-off Of Assets Act, 1998-99
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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John Todd Keewatin Central

Mr. Speaker, I move, seconded by the honourable Member for Baffin South, that Bill 11, Write-off of Assets Act, 1998-99, be read for the second time.

Mr. Speaker, this bill authorizes the write-off, under section 24 of the Financial Administration Act, of granular material assets held in the Granular Products Revolving Fund at or near the communities listed in the schedule attached. Thank you, Mr. Speaker.

Bill 11: Write-off Of Assets Act, 1998-99
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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The Speaker Samuel Gargan

Thank you. The motion is in order. To the principle of the bill. Question has been called. All those in favour? All those opposed? The motion is carried. Bill 11 has had second reading and accordingly the bill stands referred to a committee. Second reading of bills. Mr. Todd.

Bill 12: Write-off Of Debts Act, 1998-99
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

March 16th, 1999

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John Todd Keewatin Central

Thank you, Mr. Speaker, I seek consent to proceed with the second reading of Bill 12, Write-off of Debts Act, 1998-99. Thank you.