House of Assembly

Province of Newfoundland & Labrador



4th Session – 48th General Assembly



Wednesday, April 10th, 2019



(a)       Statements by Members

(b)     Statements by Ministers

(c)     Oral Questions

(d)     Presenting Reports by Standing and Select Committees

(e)     Tabling of Documents

(f)     Notices of Motion

(g)     Answers to questions for which notice has been given

(h)     Petitions




1. – Address in Reply


Third Reading Bills


2. – Third Reading of a Bill – “An Act To Amend The Environmental Protection Act”. (Bill No. 1)

                                               (Municipal Affairs and Environment)


Second Reading Bills


3. – Second Reading of a Bill − “An Act To Amend The Correctional Services Act”. (Bill No. 2)

                                                               (Justice and Public Safety)


4. – Second Reading of a Bill − “An Act To Amend The Automobile Insurance Act”. (Bill No. 3)

                                                                           (Service NL)


5. – Second Reading of a Bill − “An Act Respecting The Regulation Of Real Estate Trading In The Province”. (Bill No. 4)

                                                                           (Service NL)


6. – Second Reading of a Bill − “An Act To Amend The Insurance Companies Act”. (Bill No. 6)

                                                               (Service NL)




7. − THE HONOURABLE THE MINISTER OF JUSTICE AND PUBLIC SAFETY – To ask leave to introduce a Bill entitled, “An Act Respecting Disclosure Of Information Under An Interpersonal Violence Disclosure Protocol”. (Bill No. 5)

8. – MR. SCOTT REID (St. George’s – Humber) – To Move:

“BE IT RESOLVED that this House of Assembly concur in the Final Report of the Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections on the Development of a Legislature-Specific Harassment-Free Workplace Policy”.

9. – MR. CHES CROSBIE (Windsor Lake) – To Move:

“WHEREAS the intent of the Atlantic Accord is that offshore development approvals should be completed within 270 days, and such approvals are currently taking in excess of 30 months;


BE IT RESOLVED that the House of Assembly urge the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador to press the Government of Canada to affirm that the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board, established under the Atlantic Accord, should be the Responsible Authority for conducting environmental assessments of offshore projects under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012 (CEAA), and that exploration wells should be removed from the CEAA project list”.



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