The seven bills on the list made it through the House between Sept. 19 and Dec. 15. Most were introduced in a previous Parliament but didn't make it through the entire legislative process.
Of the bills on which the government moved time allocation, C-13, C-18 and C-20 are due to become law before Parliament rises from the fall session.
The government also used time allocation on C-10 and C-19, the bill to end the long-gun registry, but the gun registry bill isn't expected to move to the Senate until 2012.
There were a number of other measures the government introduced which didn't need parliamentary approval, such as banning face coverings during citizenship ceremonies, withdrawing from the Kyoto protocol, agreeing to a border action plan with the United States and strengthening sanctions against Iran.