Some reports from committees are administrative in nature. They are for the purposes of reporting past expenses, requesting powers (to travel, to televise, for example) or to request budgetary approval. Other reports reflect the decisions of the committee on the work they are doing and are more substantive in nature. These would include reports on legislation or interim and final reports on special studies.
- Fourteenth Report : Modernizing The Senate From Within: Updating The Senate Committee Structure: Issues Raised by Individual Senators
- Fifteenth Report : Mandate and Name Changes of Certain Committees
- Thirteenth Report : Time Allotted to Tributes on the Senate
- Twelfth Report : Update to the Rules of the Senate regarding third parties
- Eleventh Report : Modernizing The Senate From Within: Updating The Senate Committee Structure, Operational Issues
- Tenth Report : Bill S-34
- Ninth Report : Reprint of the Rules of the Senate, February 2002
- Eighth Report : Amendments to the Rules - Senators Indicted and Subject to Judicial Proceedings
- Seventh Report : Recognition of a Third Party in the Senate
- Sixth Report : Study of the Structure of Senate Committees - Extension of Reporting Date
- Fifth Report : Your Committee recommends that 86(1)(f) of the Rules of the Senate be amended by replacing the words “Committee on Privileges, Standing Rules and Orders” with the words “Committee on Rules, Procedures and the Rights of Parliament”.
- Fourth Report : Name change to Defence and Security Committee
- Second Report : Updated version of Rules of the Senate, February 2001
- Third Report : Budget (2001-2002)
- First Report : Budget