HOUSE RECORDS /
Orders of the Day
In order for members to debate an issue in the legislature, the issue has to appear on the order paper. The order paper, formally called the Orders of the Day, is a list of the items available for consideration by the Assembly; not every item on the order paper is called every day.
The Orders of the Day are produced by the Clerk of the Legislative Assembly, and are generally available the morning of each sitting day.
To view the Orders of the Day for a particular day, select a session from the menu and then click the date in the calendars below. (Please note: you will need Acrobat Reader to view these files.)
The Spring 2016 sitting of the Second Session of the 65th General Assembly
began sitting on April 5, 2016.