Standing Senate Committee on National Security and Defence

Reports

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.


- Substantive Reports

- September 2005: WOUNDED - Canada’s Military and the Legacy of Neglect
Our Disappearing Options for Defending the Nation Abroad and at Home
(Fourteenth Report)
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- June 2005: BORDERLINE INSECURE, Canada’s Land Border Crossings are Key to Canada’s Security and Prosperity. Why the Lack of Urgency to Fix Them? What Will Happen If We Don’t? (Twelfth Report)
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- November 2005: To which was referred Bill C-26, An Act to Establish the Canada Border Services Agency (Fifteenth Report)

- February 2005: To which was referred Bill C-6, An Act to establish the Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness and to amend or repeal certain Acts (Fifth Report)

- December 2004: Canadian Security Guide Book (Third Report)
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In the previous sessions the Committee released six substantive reports


- Administrative Reports

- Thirteenth Report: Fact-finding trip to Afghanistan

- Eleventh Report: Committee fact-finding trip to Europe

- Tenth Report: Committee fact-finding trip to the U.S.

- Ninth Report: Budget for the Subcommittee on Veterans Affairs

- Eighth Report: Town Hall meetings

- Seventh Report: Budget Report

- Sixth Report: Budget Report

- Fourth Report: Budget Report

- Second Report: Budget Report

- First Report: Expenses incurred during the previous parliamentary session, pursuant to Rule 104