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Vol. 145, No. 10 — March 5, 2011


Third Session, Fortieth Parliament


Standing Order 130 respecting notices of intended applications for private bills was published in the Canada Gazette, Part I, on February 27, 2010.

For further information, contact the Private Members’ Business Office, House of Commons, Centre Block, Room 134-C, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A6, 613-992-6443.

Clerk of the House of Commons



Notice is hereby given that the Board of Trustees of Queen’s University at Kingston, in the province of Ontario, originally incorporated and established in 1841 by Royal Charter, under the name Queen’s College at Kingston, will present to the Parliament of Canada, at the present or at either of the two following sessions, a petition for a private Act to amend the constitution of the corporation of the University in order to effect certain changes in the composition and powers of the Board of Trustees and of the University Council and the mode of election of their respective members, and to effect other technical or incidental changes as may be appropriate.

Kingston, January 25, 2011

Solicitor for the Petitioner
Cunningham, Swan, Carty, Little & Bonham LLP
1473 John Counter Boulevard, Suite 201
Kingston, Ontario
K7M 8Z6




Compliance agreement

This notice is published by the Commissioner of Canada Elections, pursuant to section 521 of the Canada Elections Act, S.C. 2000, c. 9.

On December 23, 2010, the Commissioner of Canada Elections entered into a compliance agreement with Ms. Helen Sterzer (hereinafter referred to as the Contracting Party), of the City of Winnipeg, Province of Manitoba, pursuant to section 517 of the Canada Elections Act.

The Contracting Party has acknowledged acts that constituted a failure to comply with subsection 405.2(4) of the Canada Elections Act, which prohibits a person or entity from entering into an agreement for the provision for payment of goods or services to a registered party or a candidate that includes a term that any individual will make a contribution, directly or indirectly, to a registered party, a registered association, a candidate, a leadership contestant or a nomination contestant.

The Contracting Party acknowledged, as a representative of a candidate’s campaign in the 40th federal general election held on October 14, 2008, that she negotiated and signed a lease for the campaign office that contained a term by which the lessee agreed to pay the lessor the sum of $2,450 and, in turn, the lessor agreed to provide a donation in the sum of $1,000 to the candidate’s campaign.

The Contracting Party acknowledged and accepted responsibility for these acts.

Prior to the conclusion of the agreement, the Commissioner of Canada Elections took into consideration that the Contracting Party acknowledged entering into the lease on the basis of a lack of knowledge of the provisions of subsection 405.2(4) of the Canada Elections Act.

In summary, in the compliance agreement, the Contracting Party

  • consented to a summary of the compliance agreement being publicized in the Canada Gazette and on the Elections Canada Web site; and
  • undertook to observe the requirements of the Canada Elections Act and to henceforth respect them.

January 26, 2011

Commissioner of Canada Elections