Scouts Canada Act: Bill S-27
Bill S-27 was introduced in the 1st Session of the 38th Parliament. The 38th Parliament was dissolved for the general election on November 29, 2005. When Parliament is dissolved, all bills die. If another the bill or another like it is introduced in the future, news will be posted here.
This enactment consolidates and updates the statutes governing the corporation known as the Boy Scouts of Canada in order to reflect more accurately its current status in Canada. It also changes the name of the corporation to "Scouts Canada" and makes other technical and incidental changes relating to the administration of its affairs.
The bill has been assigned to the Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.
Debates of the Senate (Hansard)
|February 15, 2005||Senate||Presentation of Petition|
|February 17, 2005||Senate||First Reading|
|March 10, 2005||Senate||Second Reading — Debate Adjourned|
|April 19, 2005||Senate||Second Reading|
Progress of Bill S-27
|Senate||First Reading||February 17, 2005|
|Second Reading||April 19, 2005|
|Committee||Legal and Constitutional Affairs|