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Submission to House of Commons Legislative Committee examing Bill C-52
Canada. Parliament. House of Commons. Legislative Committee on Bill C-52, an Act Respecting the Use of Foreign Ships and Non-Duty Paid Ships in the Coasting Trade and in Other Marine Activities of a Commercial Nature.
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We are grateful for the submissions made by committees of that House to our predecessor committee’s inquiry. 24 Those submissions, and the reports on the Bill made to date by the Constitution Committee, 25 have identified many of the issues of principle and of practical scrutiny raised by the Government’s proposals.
Thirtieth Report INTRODUCTION 1. In our 23rd Report of this Session, 1 we published our response to the House of Commons Procedure Committee inquiry into the delegated powers in the “Great Repeal Bill”. 2 A second call for evidence 3 was issued in the light of the White Paper, “Legislating for the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the.
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