REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE TUESDAY, October 29, 2002

The Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications

has the honour to table its

FIRST REPORT


Your Committee, which was authorized by the Senate to incur expenses for the purpose of its examination and consideration of such legislation and other matters as were referred to it, reports, pursuant to Rule 104, that the expenses incurred by the Committee during the First Session of the Thirty-seventh Parliament are as follows: 

1.      With respect to its examination of legislation: 

Professional and Other Services $ 24,473
Transport and Communications 0
Other Expenditures 0
Witness Expenses   $ 4,537

Total $ 29,010

                                        

 

2.      With respect to its study of issues facing the intercity busing industry:

Professional and Other Services $  41,366
Transport and Communications 123,092
Other Expenditures 1,676
Witness expenses 6,157

Total

$172,291

        

Your Committee received 14 orders of reference from the Senate during the session in question.  It held 53 meetings during this period, receiving evidence from 182 witnesses over a more than 84 hours.  It submitted 12 reports to the Senate and recommended three amendments to legislation.

 

Respectfully submitted,

 

JOAN FRASER
Chair


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