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The 36 bills that died Add to ...

The following is a list of bills that have been deep-sixed because of prorogation, their status and the amount of time spent debating them to date

BILL C-6

Creates a new system to regulate consumer products that pose a health danger

Third reading in Senate

37 hours, 42 minutes

BILL C-8

Provides rules for dealing with property on first nations reserves in the event of divorce or death of a spouse

First reading in House

5 hours, 15 minutes

BILL C-13

Boosts the regulatory powers for the Canadian Grain Commission

First reading in House

5 hours, 39 minutes

BILL C-15

Amends the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act; allows judges to impose harsh sentences on drug traffickers

Third reading in Senate

62 hours, 3 minutes

BILL C-19

Adds new terrorism measures to Criminal Code, including investigative hearings to gather information in terrorism cases

First reading in House

3 hours, 55 minutes

BILL C-20

Raises the cap on liability in the event of a nuclear incident

Committee report tabled

21 hours

BILL C-23

Implements a free-trade agreement with Colombia

First reading in House

30 hours, 3 minutes

BILL C-26

Adds theft of a motor vehicle as a new offence to the Criminal Code

Second reading in Senate

10 hours

BILL C-27

Sets limits on e-mail spam sent by companies

Second reading in Senate

28 hours, 19 minutes

BILL C-30

Eliminates the position of the Senate ethics officer and transfers the duties to the ethics commissioner

First reading in House

1 hour, 5 minutes

BILL C-31

Makes changes to Criminal Code, including a new definition of prize fight and new rules on how to apply for warrants

Second reading in House

3 hours, 4 minutes

BILL C-34

Strengthens the National Sex Offender Registry and the National DNA Data Bank

Committee report tabled

6 hours, 39 minutes

BILL C-35

Creates grounds that allow victims of terrorism to sue

First reading in House

2 hours, 17 minutes

BILL C-36

Eliminates faint-hope clause that allows those with life sentences to apply for parole after 15 years

First reading in Senate

17 hours, 54 minutes

BILL C-37

Expands public input into National Capital Commission

Second reading in House

8 hours, 33 minutes

BILL C-40

Increases advance polling in elections

First reading in House

0 minutes

BILL C-42

Ends conditional sentences for serious crimes

Second reading in House

9 hours, 26 minutes

BILL C-43

Increases role of crime victims in parole process

Second reading in House

3 hours, 50 minutes

BILL C-44

Ends Canada Post's monopoly on international mail

First reading in House

1 hour, 55 minutes

BILL C-45

Protects foreign nationals from exploitation through human trafficking

First reading in House

0 minutes

BILL C-46

Gives police power to look for online predators

Second reading in House

5 hours, 10 minutes

BILL C-47

Regulates digital wiretapping in law enforcement

Second reading in House

3 hours, 45 minutes

BILL C-52

Provides retribution for victims of white-collar crime

Second reading in House

13 hours, 42 minutes

BILL C-53

Eliminates accelerated parole review

First reading in House

0 minutes

BILL C-54

Ends sentence discounts for multiple acts of murders

First reading in House

0 minutes

BILL C-55

Allows courts to ask for blood and urine samples

First reading in House

0 minutes

BILL C-57

Implements a free-trade agreement with Jordan

First reading in House

2 hours, 3 minutes

BILL C-58

Requires Internet service providers to report tips about child pornography

Second reading in House

4 hours, 39 minutes

BILL C-59

Provides additional factors in deciding if an offender can be transferred back to Canada

First reading in House

0 minutes

BILL C-60

Permits Canadian and American law enforcement to work jointly in boundary waters

First reading in House

0 minutes

BILL C-61

Imposes binding arbitration between CN Rail and Teamsters Canada

First reading in House

0 minutes

BILL C-63

Allows first nations to register commercial real-estate developments on reserves

First reading in House

0 minutes

BILL S-5

Repeals long-gun registry

First reading in Senate

0 minutes

BILL S-6

Amends Canada Election Act to limit loans to political parties

First reading in Senate

52 minutes

BILL S-7

Limits term of senators appointed after Oct. 14, 2008

First reading in Senate

1 hour, 55 minutes

BILL S-8

Implements tax-evasion treaties with Colombia, Greece and Turkey

Third reading in Senate

1 hour, 49 minutes

By Steven Chase, Celia Donnelly, Rick Cash, Stephanie Chambers and Egle Procuta

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