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

- Nineteenth Report: Who’s in Charge Here? Effective Implemention of Canada’s International Obligations with Respect to the Rights of Children

- Eighteenth Report: Canadian Adherence to the American Convention on Human Rights: It is Time To Proceed

- Seventeenth Report: To Examine and Report Upon Key Legal Issues Relating to the Division of On-Reserve Matrimonial Real Property

- Fourth Report: On-Reserve Matrimonial Real Property: Still Waiting


- Administrative Reports

- Sixteenth Report: To invite the Minister of Indian and Northern Affairs to appear with his officials before the Committee...

- Fifteenth Report: To invite from time to time the President of Treasury Board, the President of the Public Service Commission, their officials...

- Fourteenth Report: To examine and monitor issues relating to human rights and, inter alia...

- Thirteenth Report: To examine and report upon Canada’s international obligations in regard to the rights and freedoms of children...

- Twelfth Report: To invite the Minister of Indian and Northern Affairs to appear with his officials before the Committee...

- Eleventh Report: To invite from time to time the President of Treasury Board, the President of the Public Service Commission, their officials...

- Tenth Report: To examine and monitor issues relating to human rights and, inter alia...

- Ninth Report: To examine and report upon Canada’s international obligations in regard to the rights and freedoms of children...

- Eighth Report: To invite the Minister of Indian and Northern Affairs to appear with his officials before the Committee...

- Seventh Report: To invite from time to time the President of Treasury Board, the President of the Public Service Commission, their officials...

- Sixth Report: To examine and monitor issues relating to human rights and, inter alia,...

- Fifth Report: To examine and report upon Canada’s international obligations in regard to the rights and freedoms of children...

- Third Report: To examine and monitor issues relating to human rights...

- Second Report: To examine and report upon Canada’s international obligations in regard to the rights and freedoms of children...

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