C-637 41st Parliament, 2nd session October 16, 2013, to August 2, 2015

An Act to amend the Criminal Code (firearms storage and transportation)
Bill type
Private Member’s Bill


Current status
At report stage in the House of Commons
Latest activity
Committee report presented on June 3, 2015 (House of Commons)


End of stage activity
Introduction and first reading, November 27, 2014
Chamber sittings
Sitting date Debates (Hansard)
November 27, 2014
End of stage activity
Second reading and referral to committee, May 6, 2015
Placed on the order of precedence on December 10, 2014
Chamber sittings
Sitting date Debates (Hansard)
March 10, 2015
Sitting 183
Major speeches
Show major speeches at second reading
May 1, 2015
May 6, 2015
Sitting 208
Agreed to (Vote 396)
2nd reading and referral to committee - SECU
End of stage activity
Committee report presented without an amendment, June 3, 2015
Committee meetings
Meeting date Minutes
May 12, 2015
Meeting 69
May 14, 2015
Meeting 70
June 2, 2015
Meeting 74
Chamber sittings
Sitting date Debates (Hansard)
June 3, 2015
Report stage
No activity
Third reading
Not reached


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


Recorded votes

House of Commons

Vote 396 — May 6, 2015
Agreed To
2nd reading of Bill C-637, An Act to amend the Criminal Code (firearms storage and transportation)


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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
March 10, 2015 Sponsor’s speech(Sitting 183) Robert Sopuck (Conservative)
March 10, 2015 Response speech(Sitting 183) Randall Garrison (NDP)
March 10, 2015 Response speech(Sitting 183) Wayne Easter (Liberal)


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