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A list of government bills set to die when the fixed-date election call comes

06/14/2015 03:42 EDT | Updated 06/14/2016 05:59 EDT
OTTAWA - A list of Conservative government bills introduced very late in the government's four-year term that appear destined to die when the fixed-date election call is made later this year:

Bill C-70 — Amendments to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, introduced June 11, 2015 (sponsored by health minister)

Bill C-69 — Criminal Possession of Firearms Act, introduced June 11, 2015 (sponsored by justice minister)

Bill C-68 — Protection Against Genetic Discrimination Act, introduced June 11, 2015 (sponsored by justice minister)

Bill C-65 — Copyright amendments aiding access to copyrighted materials for persons with perception difficulties, introduced June 8, 2015 (sponsored by industry minister)

Bill C-64 — Georges Bank Protection Act, introduced June 5, 2015 (sponsored by natural resources minister)

Bill C-62 — Motor vehicle safety act amendments, introduced June 3 (sponsored by transport minister)

Bill C-61 — Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area Act, introduced June 2, 2015 (sponsored by environment minister)

Bill C-60 — Removal of Serious Foreign Criminals Act, introduced May 12, 2015 (sponsored by public safety minister)

Bill C-53 — Life Means Life Act, introduced March 11, 2015 (sponsored by justice minister)