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Bill 3: An Act To Amend The Access To Information And Protection Of Privacy Act
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

May 30th, 2005

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Brendan Bell Yellowknife South

Madam Speaker, I move, seconded by the honourable Member for Deh Cho, that Bill 3, An Act to Amend the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act, be read for the second time.

Madam Speaker, this bill changes the definition of "employee" to include persons who perform services as appointees, volunteers and students and persons who perform services under contracts and agency relationships. Employees are prohibited from disclosing personal information without authorization. Thank you, Madam Speaker.

Bill 3: An Act To Amend The Access To Information And Protection Of Privacy Act
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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The Deputy Speaker Jane Groenewegen

Thank you, Minister Bell. The motion is in order. To the principle of the bill.

Bill 3: An Act To Amend The Access To Information And Protection Of Privacy Act
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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Some Hon. Members

Question.

Bill 3: An Act To Amend The Access To Information And Protection Of Privacy Act
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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The Deputy Speaker Jane Groenewegen

Question is being called. All those in favour? All those opposed? The motion is carried.

---Carried

Bill 3 has had second reading and stands referred to standing committee. Item 18, second reading of bills. Minister Dent.

Bill 4: An Act To Amend The Education Act
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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Charles Dent Frame Lake

Thank you, Madam Speaker. I move, seconded by the honourable Member for Inuvik Boot Lake, that Bill 4, An Act to Amend the Education Act, be read for the second time.

Madam Speaker, this bill amends the Education Act to provide that the Minister shall prescribe the hours of instruction for the academic year for kindergarten, subject to a minimum threshold of 485 hours. Thank you, Madam Speaker.

Bill 4: An Act To Amend The Education Act
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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The Deputy Speaker Jane Groenewegen

Thank you, Minister Dent. The motion is in order. To the principle of the bill.

Bill 4: An Act To Amend The Education Act
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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Some Hon. Members

Question.

Bill 4: An Act To Amend The Education Act
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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The Deputy Speaker Jane Groenewegen

Question is being called. All those in favour? All those opposed? The motion is carried.

---Carried

Bill 4 has had second reading and stands referred to standing committee. Item 18, second reading of bills. Minister Bell.

Bill 5: An Act To Amend The Judicature Act
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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Brendan Bell Yellowknife South

Thank you, Madam Speaker. I move, seconded by the honourable Member for Deh Cho, that Bill 5, An Act to Amend the Judicature Act, be read for the second time.

Madam Speaker, this bill amends the Judicature Act to include provisions enabling the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeal to make orders preventing persons who have brought vexatious proceedings or conducted proceedings in a vexatious manner from commencing or continuing court proceedings without leave. Thank you, Madam Speaker.

Bill 5: An Act To Amend The Judicature Act
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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The Deputy Speaker Jane Groenewegen

Thank you, Minister Bell. The motion is in order. To the principle of the bill.

Bill 5: An Act To Amend The Judicature Act
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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Some Hon. Members

Question.

Bill 5: An Act To Amend The Judicature Act
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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The Deputy Speaker Jane Groenewegen

Question is being called. All those in favour? All those opposed? The motion is carried.

---Carried

Bill 5 has had second reading and stands referred to standing committee. Item 18, second reading of bills. Minister Bell.

Bill 6: Miscellaneous Statutes Amendment Act, 2005
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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Brendan Bell Yellowknife South

Thank you, Madam Speaker. I move, seconded by the honourable Member for Deh Cho, that Bill 6, Miscellaneous Statutes Amendment Act, 2005, be read for the second time.

Madam Speaker, this bill corrects inconsistencies and errors in the statutes of the Northwest Territories and deals with other matters of a minor, non-controversial and uncomplicated nature. Thank you, Madam Speaker.

Bill 6: Miscellaneous Statutes Amendment Act, 2005
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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The Deputy Speaker Jane Groenewegen

Thank you, Minister Bell. The motion is in order. To the principle of the bill.

Bill 6: Miscellaneous Statutes Amendment Act, 2005
Item 18: Second Reading Of Bills

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Some Hon. Members

Question.