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.
- Thirteenth Report: Emergency Preparedness In Canada
|Volume 1||Executive Summary|
Volume 1 contains the Committee’s search for answers, and sets out our conclusions.
Three complementary volumes – Volumes 2, 3 and 4 – contain the survey sent by the Committee to municipalities across Canada, along with their responses, listed alphabetically by municipality. Readers may wish to check whether their community responded, and if so, what local emergency officials have to say about emergency preparedness in their locale.
Volume 2 contains the responses from Abbotsford, British Columbia to Kingston, Ontario; Volume 3, from Kitchener, Ontario to Saint-Jérôme, Québec; Volume 4 from Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Québec to Woodstock, Ontario.
- Twelfth Report: Bringing Our Wounded Home Safely.
- Tenth Report: Report on Reductions of Service Income Security Insurance Plan Long Term Disability Benefits", an Interim Report of the Subcommittee on Veterans Affairs
- Seventh Report: Bill C-287, An Act respecting a National Peacekeepers' Day
- Fifth Report: Bill C-40, An Act to amend the Canada Labour Code, the Canada Student Financial Assistance Act, the Canada Student Loans Act and the Public Service Employment Act, Without Amendment
In previous sessions the Committee released these substantive reports:
- Canadian Security Guide Book 2007 - Coasts. (March 2007)
- Canadian Security Guide Book 2007 - Border Crossings. (March 2007)
- Canadian Security Guide Book 2007 - Seaports. (March 2007)
- Canadian Security Guide Book 2007 - Airports. (March 2007)
- Canadian Troops in Afghanistan: Taking a Hard Look at a Hard Mission (February 2007)
- MANAGING TURMOIL: The Need to Upgrade Canadian Foreign Aid and Military Strength to Deal with Massive Change - Fourth Report
- MANAGING TURMOIL: The Need to Upgrade Canadian Foreign Aid and Military Strength to Deal with Massive Change (October 2006)
- The Government's No. 1 Job, Securing the Military Options It Needs to Protect Canadians (June 2006)
- Wounded-Canada's Military and The Legacy of Neglect (September 2005)
- Borderline Insecure (June 2005)
- Canadian Security Guidebook 2005 Edition: An Update of Security Problems in Search of Solutions (December 2004)
- National Emergencies: Canada’s Fragile Front Lines (March 2004)
- Commemorative Activities (November 2003)
- Canada's Coastlines: The Longest Under-Defended Borders in the World (October 2003)
- The Myth of Security at Canada's Airports (January 2003)
- Occupational Stress Injuries: The Need for Understanding (June 2003)
- Fixing the Canadian Forces’ Method of Dealing With Death or Dismemberment (April 2003)
- The Valiants Project (December 2002)
- For an Extra $130 Bucks…. Update on Canada's Military Financial Crisis a View From the Bottom Up (November 2002)
- Defence of North America: A Canadian Responsibility (September 2002)
- Canadian Security and Military Preparedness (February 2002)
- Eighth Report: Budget
- Sixth Report: Budget
- Fourth Report: Budget
- Third Report: Budget
- Second Report: Budget
- First Report: Expenses incurred during the previous parliamentary session, pursuant to Rule 104