February 19, 1912

CIVIL SERVICE ASSOCIATION.

LIB

Mr. CARROLL:

Liberal

1. Has the government or any official thereof, or any person connected therewith, received any recent representations from the Civil Service Association? ,

2. If so, to what did such representations refer?

3. What reply was given by the government in connection with the different mat-

ters touched upon in the representations made?

4. Is the question of superannuation to civil servants to be taken up this present session ?

5. Is it the intention of the government to pass an order in council to amend the present regulations of the Civil Service Commission so as to permit persons who were in the inside civil service as third division clerks at the coming into effect of the Civil Service Amendment Act of September, 1908, to be promoted to the second division, on passing the promotion examination in vogne prior to the coming into force of the said amendment Act of September, 1908, without passing the present second division promotion examination?

6. Is the government aware that the present representatives of the city of Ottawa during the late campaign promised on behalf of the present government, that if elected this alleged injustice would he remedied without any avoidable delay?

7. Has the government or any member thereof received any representations from the present representatives of Ottawa in this parliament in regard to this matter? If so, of what did such consist?

8. Does the government contemplate legislative action on any other matters respecting civil servants during the present session? If so. what?

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   CIVIL SERVICE ASSOCIATION.
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CON

Louis-Philippe Pelletier (Postmaster General)

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. PELLETIER:

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   CIVIL SERVICE ASSOCIATION.
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STE. THERESE, QUEBEC.


1907 1,263,02 1908 1,522.27 1909 1,545.70 1910 1,800.88 1911 1,958.83


LAURENTIDES, QUEBEC.


1907 1,029.83 1908 1,169.57 1909 1,148.64 1910 1,113.56 1911 1,274.65


POPULATION OF CANADA.

LIB

Mr. LANCTOT:

Liberal

1. Is the Minister of Agriculture in a position to tell if the figures of the population of Canada, and of the several Canadian cities and towns, given in reply to an inquiry on the 4th December last, are decisive-

2. If not, can the minister inform the House of an absoluteness on this subject and give the exact figures?

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   POPULATION OF CANADA.
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CON

Mr. BORDEN: (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Yes.

2. Various matters connected with the administration of the Civil Service.

3. That the representations will receive consideration.

4. 5 and 8. These matters have not yet been considered by the government.

6. Now I purpose placing on the table of the House a copy of the representations made to the government on that occasion.

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   POPULATION OF CANADA.
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CENSUS EMPLOYEES.

LIB

Marie Joseph Demers

Liberal

Mr. DEMERS:

Have the census employees in the county of St. Jean and Iberville been paid in full for their work? If not, when will they be? ,

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   CENSUS EMPLOYEES.
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CON

Mr. BURRELL: (Minister of Agriculture)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. No. Small balances are still due, and will be paid as soon as the schedules are finally revised, which will be very shortly.

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Subtopic:   CENSUS EMPLOYEES.
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STE. THERESE POST OFFICE.

LIB

Paul-Arthur Séguin

Liberal

Mr. SEGUIN:

What were the respective revenues of the Post Offices at Ste. Therese and the town of Laurentides for the last five years?

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   STE. THERESE POST OFFICE.
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LIB
CON

Mr. BURRELL: (Minister of Agriculture)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. The figures of population of Canada and of certain cities and towns given in reply to an inquiry of the 4th December last, were not final.

2. The figures of population, as finally revised, for Canada, Quebec province, and the cities and towns asked for in the former inquiry are as follows:

Canada

Quebec Province

Montreal

Quebec

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Subtopic:   STE. THERESE POST OFFICE.
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Three Rivers ..

St. Hyacinthe..

Sorel

Hull

Fraserville.. .. , Montmagny.. ..

Rimouski

Nicolet

Joliette

St. J6r6me

Sherbrooke.. ..

L6vis

Maisonneuve.. ..

Chicoutimi

St. Jean

Victoriaville.. ..

Outremont

Roberval

Valleyfield

Terrebonne

Marieville

Ville Marie.. .. Drummondville.. Grand Mere.. ..

Verdun

Laprairie

7,203,837 2,002,712 470,480 78.190 13.691 9.797 8,420 18 222 6.774 2,617 3.097 2.593 6,316 3,473 16,405 7,452 18.6S1 5.880 5.903 3,028 4,820 1 737 9,449 1,990 1,587 850 1.725 4,783 11,629 2,388

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   STE. THERESE POST OFFICE.
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TRAVELLING PASSENGER AGENT, INTERCOLONIAL RAILWAY.


* Mr. EMMERSON: 1. Has the position of travelling passenger agent for the Intercolonial railway in Nova Scotia and other eastern provinces, heretofore held by D. Murray Condon, been abolished and Mr. Condon transferred to the general passenger agent's office in Moncton? 2. If so, does this leave the Intercolonial railway without any travelling passenger agent in the maritime provinces? 3. Is the Minister of Railways aware that the Canadian Pacific railway has one or more travelling passenger agents in the provinces of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick? 4. Is it the policy of the government to vacate the maritime provinces as a field for canvassing for the westbound passenger traffic for the government system of railways, to its competing line of railway for such tratfio, namely, the Canadian Pacific railway?


February 19, 1912