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: Commemorative Activities

- Seventeenth Report: Canada's Coastlines: The Longest Under-Defended Borders in the World

- Fourteenth Report: Occupational Stress Injuries: The Need for Understanding"

- Thirteenth Report: To which was referred Bill C-411

- Twelfth Report: To which was referred Bill C-44

- Eleventh Report: To which was referred Bill C-31

- Eighth Report: Your Committee now tables its interim report entitled: Fixing the Canadian Forces' Method of Dealing with Death or Dismemberment.

- Seventh Report: To which was referred Bill C-227...

- Fifth Report: The Myth of Security at Canada's Airports

- Fourth ReportValiants Project

- Second Report:
For an Extra $130 Bucks….
Update On Canada’s Military Financial Crisis

In the previous session (January 29, 2001 to September 16, 2002) the Committee released two substantive reports

- Administrative Reports

- Fifteenth Report: Budget

- Fourteenth Report: See Above

- Thirteenth Report: See Above

- Twelfth Report: See Above

- Eleventh Report: See Above

- Tenth Report: Budget

- Ninth Report: Budget

- Eighth Report: See Above

- Seventh Report: See Above

- Sixth Report: Budget

- Fifth Report: See Above

- Fourth Report: See Above

- Third Report: Budget for study on the need for a national security policy for Canada...

- Second Report: See Above

- First Report: Budget for introductory survey of the major security and defence issues...