S-224 44th Parliament, 1st session November 22, 2021, to present

An Act to amend the Criminal Code (trafficking in persons)
Bill type
Senate Public Bill

Summary

Current status
At second reading in the House of Commons
Latest activity
Placed in the Order of Precedence on October 18, 2022 (House of Commons)

Progress

End of stage activity
Introduction and first reading, November 24, 2021
Chamber sittings
Sitting date Debates (Hansard)
November 24, 2021
End of stage activities
Second reading, April 28, 2022
Referral to committee, April 28, 2022
Chamber sittings
Sitting date Debates (Hansard)
March 22, 2022
Sitting 26
Major speeches
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March 29, 2022
Sitting 29
Major speeches
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April 28, 2022
End of stage activity
Committee report presented without amendment, June 14, 2022
Committee meetings
Meeting date Details
June 6, 2022
Meeting 11
June 13, 2022
Meeting 12
Chamber sittings
Sitting date Debates (Hansard)
June 14, 2022
End of stage activity
Third reading, October 6, 2022
Chamber sittings
Sitting date Debates (Hansard)
October 6, 2022
End of stage activity
First reading, October 18, 2022
Chamber sittings
Sitting date Debates (Hansard)
October 18, 2022
Second reading
No activity
Placed on the order of precedence on October 18, 2022
Consideration in committee
Not reached
Report stage
Not reached
Third reading
Not reached

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Recorded votes

House of Commons

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Senate

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Speaker's rulings and statements

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Major speeches at second reading

Senate

Speech date Speech Senator
March 22, 2022 Sponsor’s speech(Sitting 26) Salma Ataullahjan (Conservative)
March 29, 2022 Response speech(Sitting 29) Julie Miville-Dechêne (Independent Senators Group)

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