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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

- Eighteenth Report: Bill C-259, without amendment

- Seventeenth Report: Bill C-55, without amendment but with observations

- Sixteenth Report: Bill S-19, with amendment

- Fifteenth Report: Falling Behind: Answering the Wake-up Call

- Fourteenth Report: Bill S-25, without amendment but with observations

- Eighth Report: Bill C-29, with amendment

- Fourth Report: The Public Good and Private Funds: The Federal Tax Treatment of Charitable Giving By Individuals and Corporations

- Third Report: Bill C-5, without amendment but with observations

- Second Report: Bill S-17, without amendment

- Administrative Reports

- Thirteenth Report: Budget

- Twelfth Report: Budget

- Eleventh Report: Budget

- Tenth Report: Budget

- Ninth Report: Budget

- Seventh Report: To examine and report on consumer issues arising in the financial services sector...

- Sixth Report: To examine and report upon the present state of the domestic and international financial system...

- Fifth Report: To examine and report on issues dealing with charitable giving in Canada...

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