Canadian House of Commons Standing Committee on Procedure and House Affairs

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The Canadian House of Commons Standing Committee on Procedure and House Affairs (PROC) is a standing committee composed of the four political parties of the Government of Canada that is responsible for the procedural and administrative matters relating to the Canadian House of Commons. It has 10 members, including the three party Whips. This committee is the striking committee, which chooses the members of the other House committees.[1]

Mandate[edit]

The 10-member standing committee includes the Whips from each of the three parties in the Canadian House of Commons. The Standing Committee on Procedure and House Affairs Committee is responsible for a number of procedural, and administrative matters relating to the House of Commons. This includes matters such as Private Members’ Business, questions of parliamentary privilege and review of the Standing Orders.

Membership[edit]

Party Member District
  Liberal Larry Bagnell, Chair Yukon, YT
  Liberal Arnold Chan Scarborough—Agincourt, ON
  Liberal David de Burgh Graham Laurentides—Labelle, QC
  Liberal Ruby Sahota Brampton North, ON
  Liberal Scott Simms Coast of Bays—Central—Notre Dame, NL
  Liberal Filomena Tassi Hamilton West—Ancaster—Dundas, ON
  Conservative Blake Richards, Vice-Chair Banff—Airdrie, AB
  Conservative Scott Reid Lanark—Frontenac—Kingston, ON
  Conservative Jamie Schmale Haliburton—Kawartha Lakes—Brock, ON
  New Democratic David Christopherson, Vice-Chair Hamilton Centre, ON

Sub-Committees[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dictionary of parliamentary procedure". Socialsciencesdictionary.com. Retrieved 2012-01-11.