Chapter 7 - Written Questions - Documents Tabled
37(1) Written questions may be placed on the Order Paper seeking information from
(a) members of the Executive Council relating to public affairs; and
(b) private members, including Committee Chairs, relating to any bill, motion or other public matter connected with the business of the Assembly in which such members may be concerned.
(2) Except to explain the written question or the answer, no argument or opinion shall be offered.
(3) No member shall have more than five written questions at a time on the Order Paper.
(4) All replies to written questions shall be tabled as Legislative Returns during the Daily Routine.
(5) Written questions, until answered, shall be printed each Monday on the Order Paper under the heading "Written Questions."
38(1) Any return, report or other paper required to be tabled in the Assembly in accordance with an Act or pursuant to any resolution or Standing Order of this Assembly shall be tabled during Tabling Returns and Documents.
(2) Any document presented to the Assembly by a member for the information of members may be tabled if accompanied by sufficient copies for distribution to all House Leaders and to the Table for placement in the working papers of the Assembly.
(3) A record of any return, report or other paper so tabled or filed shall be entered in the Votes and Proceedings of the same day.
Returns outstanding at prorogation not nullified
39 A prorogation of the Assembly shall not have the effect of nullifying an order or address of the Assembly for returns or papers, and any order not fulfilled during the Session at which it was made shall be fulfilled during the next Session, without renewal of the order.