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C-343 39th Parliament, 1st session April 3, 2006, to September 14, 2007

An Act to amend the Criminal Code (motor vehicle theft)
Bill type
Private Member’s Bill

Summary

Current status
At consideration in committee in the House of Commons
Latest activity
Second reading and referral to committee on May 2, 2007 (House of Commons)

Progress

End of stage activity
Introduction and first reading, June 22, 2006
Chamber sittings
Sitting date Debates (Hansard)
June 22, 2006
End of stage activity
Second reading and referral to committee, May 2, 2007
Placed on the order of precedence on October 31, 2006
Chamber sittings
Sitting date Debates (Hansard)
February 27, 2007
Sitting 119
Major speeches
Show major speeches at second reading
April 27, 2007
May 2, 2007
Sitting 145
Agreed to (Vote 170)
2nd reading and referral to committee - JUST
Consideration in committee
No activity
Report stage
Not reached
Third reading
Not reached

Senate

First reading
Not reached
Second reading
Not reached
Third reading
Not reached

Details

Recorded votes

House of Commons

Vote 170 — May 2, 2007
Result:
Agreed To
2nd reading of Bill C-343, An Act to amend the Criminal Code (motor vehicle theft)
Yeas:
164
Nays:
100
Paired:
0
Total:
264

Senate

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Speaker's rulings and statements

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Major speeches at second reading

House of Commons

Speech date Speech Member of Parliament
February 27, 2007 Sponsor’s speech(Sitting 119) Andrew Scheer (Conservative)
February 27, 2007 Response speech(Sitting 119) Lloyd St. Amand (Liberal)
February 27, 2007 Response speech(Sitting 119) Réal Ménard (Bloc Québécois)
February 27, 2007 Response speech(Sitting 119) Joe Comartin (NDP)

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