John McKay

Your member of parliament for


Scarborough-Guildwood

John McKay

Your member of parliament for


Scarborough-Guildwood

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My Private Members' Business

John McKay has introduced five Private Member’s Bills during his time in office. The details of each bill can be found by clicking on the corresponding text or by scrolling down.

Under each section you will find:

C-293

Official Development Assistance Accountability Act

C-260

Amendment to Hazardous Products Act (fire-safe cigarettes)

C-300

Corporate Accountability of Mining, Oil and Gas Corporations in Developing Countries Act

C-474

Transparency of Payments Made by Mining, Oil and Gas Corporations to Foreign Governments Act

C-423

Modern Slavery Act
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C-293

 

Official Development Assistance Accountability Act

The Official Development Assistance Accountability Act, Bill C-293, was introduced in the House of Commons in May 2006. The “Better Aid Bill” sets out criteria respecting resource allocation to international development agencies and enhances transparency and monitoring of Canada’s international development efforts. The Bill passed through the House of Commons on March 28, 2007 and was subsequently introduced into the Senate by Hon. Roméo Dallaire. The “Better Aid Bill” received Royal Assent on May 29, 2008.

Read the text of Official Development Assistance Accountability Act .

Click on the links below to access statements and news articles on Bill C-293.

C-423

 

Modern Slavery Act

The Modern Slavery Act, Bill C-433, was introduced in the House of Commons in December 2018.The purpose of this Act is to implement Canada’s international commitment
to confirm supply chain transparency and contribute to the fight against modern slavery. The Act mandates companies to do due-diligence to ensure their supply chains are transparent and free of goods produced by slavery if they wish to do business in Canada. The Canadian Border Services Agency and the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness can impose an important ban on goods and materials partially or fully produced by forced or child labour. Companies found guilty can also be subjected to a fine of up to $250,000.

Read the text of Official Modern Slavery Act .

Click on the links below to access statements and news articles on Bill C-423.