January 29, 1945


Double-Breasted Coats, permits for making, qu. (Mr. Fraser, Peterborough West), 427 Draftees. See under National Defence, Canadian army, N.R.M.A. troops Drummondville, Que., disturbances at, inquiry as to, return ordered (Mr. Bruce), 195 Zaneth, Inspector, investigation by, qu. (Mr. Choquette), 427 Dumbarton Oaks Conference Pasvolsky, Leo, inquiry as to part played by, 293-94 Proposals, consideration of. See San Francisco conference, discussion on Joint resolution Dunkirk, occupation of. See War Duration of Parliament. See Parliament Edmonton, Alta. Aircraft repair plant, return ordered (Mr. Coldwell), 756 Beverley coal mines, closing of, 818 Edmonton-Fairbanks telephone lines, qu. (Mr. Black, Yukon), 650 Education Campaign in schools and universities against venereal disease, 347-48 Teachers, shortage of; 511 Edwards, Mr. M. J. (Calgary West) National defence estimates, 667-70 Pharmacists in armed forces, 667-70 Royal Canadian Navy, 422 War appropriation bill, 422, 643, 667-70 Einzig, Paul Effect of decisions reached at Bretton Woods conference, 260 Return of the gold standard, 156 Eisner, Doctor Bela, employment by government, qu. (Mr. Knowles), 649 Elections. See Dominion Elections Embargo on hay, 703 Emergency Shelter Regulations. See Housing Emmerson, Mr. H. R. (Westmorland) Canadian nurses enlisting for service in South Africa, 677-78 Motor vehicles, replacement, 803 War appropriation bill, 667-78, 803 Empire Parliamentary Association, payments by, return ordered (Mr. Lacombe), 430 Employment. See Labour Conditions "Employment and Income", pamphlet of Reconstruction department, references to, 853-58, 879-88 Enemy Aliens, seizure of patents and formulas, qu. (Mr. Ross, Hamilton East), 107-08 English Brides of Canadian soldiers, cases of desertion and hardship, 716 Esling, Mr. W. K. (Kootenay West) Canadian nurses in South Africa, status of, 629-30, 741 National Defence estimates, 629-30, 741 War appropriation bill, 629-30, 741 Esquimalt, B.C., naval establishment, cost of, 844 Estimates. See also Supply Further supplementary estimates, 1944-45, tabled and referred to committee of supply, 9 Main estimates, 1945-46, tabled and referred to committee of supply, 9 Eudes, Mr. Raymond (Hochelaga) San Francisco conference, 236-38 Excise Tax. See Taxation Exports for 1939-44, qu. (Mr. Hansell), 428 Fair, Mr. Robert (Battle River) Farm leave for soldiers, 671 Farmers, income tax, 356 Finance estimates, 315 National Revenue estimates, 356 Royal Canadian Air Force, 511 Soldier settlers Brief from, 361-62, 400-03, 869-75 Clear titles, granting of, return ordered, 196 Collections of principal and interest, return ordered, 195 Teachers, discharged from air force, 511 Veterans Affairs estimates, 361-62 Veterans' Land Act, 402-03 War appropriation bill, 399-403, 511, 671, 869-75 Family Allowances Statement as to proposed amendment of Income War Tax Act, 63 Status of recipients of war veterans' and widows' allowances, 844 Farm Implements, scarcity of, 751, 785 Farm Labour. See also Labour Conditions National selective service regulations affecting, 17, 324-25 Statement in regard to, 344



Farm Leave, for Canadian forces, inquiry as to, 242, 651, 670-73 Farm Machinery, availability under Veterans' Land Act, qu. (Mr. Ross, Souris), 194 Farm Pumps, inquiry as to increased quota, 345 Farmers, income tax, 348-56 Rural investigators, qu. (Mr. Winkler), 339 Fauteux, Mr. Gaspard (St. Mary) National defence estimates, 676-77 San Francisco conference, 53-55 War appropriation bill, 676-77 Finance Department Bank inspection, 314-15 Estimates, 314-15 Seventh victory loan, qu. (Mr. Tripp), 648 Superannuation and retirement benefits, 315-16 Treasury bills held from provinces, qu. (Mr. Castleden), 644-45 Fisheries Department Estimates, 317 Fur seal skins, transportation, dressing and dyeing, appropriation for, 317 Sydney, N.S., offices, qu. (Mr. Gillis), 426 Food Consumption during war years, in Canada, United Kingdom and United States, table showing, 232 Food Shortages. See World Food Shortages Food Supply. See Commodity Supplies; Meat Foreign Affairs, discussion on. See debate on San Francisco Conference, Resolution Forest Products Corporation, Montreal, contract for cushion packs supplied to government, war profits, reference of Mr. Homuth, 819-23 Statement of Mr. Howe, 858 Fort McMurray, Alta. Buildings erected by American government, disposition of, return ordered (Mr. Dechene), 340 Oil operations, progress of, 109 Fort Norman oil wells, continuation of operation, inquiry, qu. (Mr. Black, Yukon), 291, 430 Fournier, Hon. Alphonse (Hull; Minister of Public Works) Fisheries department, Sydney, N.S., offices, qu. (Mr. Gillis), 426 Hecla, Man., dock, qu. (Mr, Bryce), 193, 646 Fournier, Hon. Alphonse-Con. Powell River wharf, facilities for local shipping, 294, 365, qu. (Mr. Cruickshank), 428 Red Deer, Alta., Dominion government office space, qu. (Mr. Shaw), 425-26 Unemployment insurance commission, Regina office space, qu. (Mr. Knowles), 190 Fraser, Mr. G. K. (Peterborough West) Double-breasted coats, permits for making, qu., 427 Genelco Limited, contracts, return ordered, 195 Income tax, postponement until August 31 of. filing of 1944 return, 293 Industrial development bank, qu., 290 Members asking questions in debate, status of, 135 Munitions and supply estimates, 829-31 National defence estimates, 633 National health and welfare estimates, 347-48 National revenue estimates, 350 Peterborough income tax office, 350 Prisoners of war, Red Cross parcels, 288 Royal Canadian Air Force, 491-92 Royal Canadian Navy, 438-46 St. John's Newfoundland, naval barracks, qu., 425, 438-39 Trans-Canada Air Lines Gander, Newfoundland, qu., 425 Torbay, Newfoundland, qu., 425 Venereal disease, campaign against, 347-48 War appropriation bill, 438-46, 491-92, 592-93, 633, 829-31 War Assets Corporation Heavy trucks, sale of, return ordered, 195 Sale of air force boots, return ordered, 430 Wartime information board, speakers, return ordered, 430 Freight Rates, coarse grains and low grade wheat, freight rates, qu. (Mr. Perley), 289 French Language Stations, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, return ordered (Mr. Diefenbaker), 756 Friday Evenings, sitting. See House of Commons, Sittings Further Supplementary Estimates. See Estimates Fulford, Mr. G. T. (Leeds) National health and welfare estimates, 348 Veneral disease, campaign against, 348 Fur Seal Skins, transportation, dressing, and dyeing, appropriation for, 317


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Gallantry, decorations for. See National Defence, Canadian forces Gander, Newfoundland, Trans-Canada Air Lines, qu. (Mr. Fraser, Peterborough West), 425 Gardiner, Hon. J. G. (Minister of Agriculture) Alberta irrigation schemes, qu., (Mr. Ger-shaw), 338 Apple growers, assistance to, qu. (Mr. Hatfield), 194 Bacon exports, effect of decreased Canadian hog production, 17 Commodity supplies, contracts with Britain, resumption of meat rationing, 431 Hogs Productions bonus, 431-32 Production standard, request for restoration of, 843-44 Kingston Cold Storage, subsidies, qu. (Mr. Aylesworth), 192 Meat Beef shipments from Canada for San Francisco conference, 652 Situation in respect of shipments from Canada to the United States, statement on, 240-41, 845 National defence estimates, 719-30 Pearkes, Major-General, retirement, 662, 719-30 Rationing, government policy, 702, 845 Seed corn requirements for Greece and Yugoslavia, 702 War appropriation bill, 719-30 Gatineau Mills, Que., attack on members of provost corps, inquiry as to, 150; return ordered (Mr. Bruce), 195 General Election to be held on June 11, announcement of, 839-42 Genelco Limited, capital investment, government contracts, machinery and equipment, return ordered (Mr. Fraser, Peterborough West), 195 Germany Prisoners of war in. See Prisoners of War Gershaw, Mr. F. W. (Medicine Hat) Alberta irrigation schemes, qu., 338, 783 Royal Canadian Air Force, 487 War appropriation bill 487, 783 Gibson, Hon. C. W. G. (Minister of National Defence for Air) Breadner, Air Marshal L. S., retirement of, 16-17, 513-19 British Commonwealth air training plan, 452-53 Canadian forces, decorations for gallantry, 241-42 32283-58J Gibson, Hon. C. W. G.-Con. Dominion elections, status of candidates in Canadian forces, 815 Leckie, Air Marshal, use of plane, 752 Memorial Cross, awarding of to next of kin, 491 Royal Air Force, loss of aircraft en route to Canada with or air ministry officials, 286-87 Royal Canadian Air Force Assiniboia, Sask., station, qu. (Mr. Shaw), 61-62 Casualties, 510-11, 522 Decorations for gallantry, 455-85 Detailed and comprehensive statement of condition and progress of, 451-503 No. 12 equipment depot, Montreal, qu. (Mr. Ross, Souris), 646 Percentage distribution of flying personnel by officers and ranks, 509 Senior officers Answers to questions asked in discussion of war estimates, 844 Retiring allowances, 511-19 War appropriation estimates, 455-85, 509-28 War appropriation bill, 455-85, 509-28 Gillis, Mr. Clarence (Cape Breton South) Canadian army, 599-637 Discharges for mental disturbances, 623-25, 687-95 Canso strait causeway, 774, 868 Clare Shipbuilding Company, Meteghan, N.S., qu., 426 Finance estimates, 315-16 Fisheries department, Sydney, N.S., Offices, qu., 426. Labour code, 332-35 Labour estimates, 332-35 Liverpool, N.S., prefabricated houses, qu., 426 Merchant seamen, treatment of, 390 Mining industry, retiring men at 60 and pension problem, 775-76 Munitions and supply estimates, 772-76 National defence estimates, 591, 616-37, 686-95 ; 738-44 Nielsen, Mrs. reference to, 173-74 Personnel counsellors, 525-26 Reconstruction committee, recommendations on post-war employment, 774 Rehabilitation of returned armed forces personnel, 389-94 Royal Canadian Air Force, 524-26 Royal Canadian Navy, 450 San Francisco conference, 169-74 Steel subsidies, 168-69 Superannuation funds of deceased civil servants, 315-16



Gillis, Mr. Clarence-Con. Thompson Machinery Company, Liverpool, N.S., return ordered, 430 , United Mine Workers, District 26, deductions in respect of year 1943, 651-52 Voluntary aid detachment nurses with Canadian forces, 875 War appropriation bill, 389-94, 450, 524-26, 591, 599-637, 689-95, 738-44, 772-76, 868-69 War industries in Nova Scotia, 772-76 War service gratuities, 591-92, 686-87 Wartime wage control orders, 765 . Wood, Mr., reference to remarks of, 174, 218 Gladstone, Mr. R. W. (Wellington South) South African nurses, treatment of, 686 War appropriation bill, 686 Godsoe, J. G., Munitions and Supply department, reference of Mr. Pouliot, 805-06 Good Friday Programmes. See Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Government Ministerial changes Gibson, Hon. C. W. G., appointment as Minister of National Defence for Air, 15 Parliamentary assistants, changes in, 15 Governor General's Speech. See Speech from the Throne Graham, Mr. R. T. (Swift Current) Aluminum Company, judgment of United States Supreme Court, 124 National defence estimates, 592, 636-37 San Francisco conference, resolution respecting, 48-53 .. War appropriation bill, 592, 636-37 Grain, coarse grains, freight rates, qu. (Mr. Perley), 289 Grant, Mr. T. V. (Kings) .Royal Canadian Navy, 451 War appropriation bill, 451 Gratuities. See War Service Gratuities Graydon, Mr. Gordon (Peel; Leader of the Opposition) Address in reply, procedure in dealing with, 4 Agriculture estimates, 313, 363 Air training plan, winding-up ceremonies, 342 Anglo-American-Canadian discussions on food shortages, 701 Announcement of general election on June 11, 840^1 Borden, Henry, reference of Mr. Pouliot, 806 Breadner, Air Marshal, retirement of, 16 Graydon, Mr. Gordon-Con. Business of the house Desirability of speedy winding up of session, 659-60 Morning sittings suggested, 756-57 Easter recess, length of, 110 M. (Mr. Mackenzie King), 149 Friday evenings, sitting on, 7 Precedence of government notices of motion and government orders, 4 Procedure in concluding the session, 840-41 Questions on orders of the day, latitude allowed, 151 Wednesday evening sittings, 7 Canada-India, exchange of high commissioners, 596 Canadian forces Cigarettes, 590, 599 Decorations for gallantry, 241-42 Pharmacists, status of, 590 Service of after victory in Europe, 435 Canso-Cape Breton bridge, 357 Civil service commission, recommendations as to classification of staff of the House, 106, 294, 765 Gagnon, Wilfrid, reference to, 782-83 House of Commons, protective staff, classification, 106, 765 Lloyd George, the late Earl, 198-99 National defence estimates, 643, 678 Post-war reconstruction, government policy, 810 Privilege, preparation of speech on San Francisco conference, 250 Questions of privilege, member's rights, 822-23 Roosevelt, President, death of, 836-37 Royal Air Force, loss of aircraft en route to Canada with air ministry officials, 287 Royal Canadian Air Force, 486 San Francisco conference Canadian delegation, 655-56 Resolution dealing with, 11-13, 32-34, 63-70, 305-06 Procedure in debate on, 18-20 Speech, early preparation of, 250, 276 Status of delegates chosen from outside government ranks, 311 Voting powers in United Nations Assembly, participation of Poland and Argentina, 364-65 Telephone wires used by members of parliament, alleged tapping of, 285-86 Trade and Commerce estimates, 357 Turner, the late John Mouat, 2-3 Veterans Affairs estimates, 361 War appropriation bill, 370-72, 486, 590, 599, 643, 678, 819-23 Procedure for the present sitting, 818 Procedure in supplying details, 148


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Graydon, Mr. Gordon-Con. War service electors, order in council amending regulations of 1944, 148 War service gratuities, 361 Merchant seamen and fire fighters, 503 Payment to next of kin or beneficiary upon death of service personnel, 16 Ways and means committee, M. for appointment, 7-8 Great Britain Meat shortage, assistance to, qu. (Mr. Church), 193, 849 Minister of food and production, conference with in Ottawa, 365 Greece, seed corn requirements, 652, 702 Green, Mr. H. C. (Vancouver South) British Commonwealth, seat on security council suggested, 116-17, 201-02 Canadian army, 607-22 Canadian forces, services of after victory in Europe, 435-36 Japanese war, forces engaged in, 614-18 Meteorologists working in air force, status of, 527-28 Munitions and supply estimates, 846-50 National defence estimates, 607-22 . 704-37 Pearkes, Major-General, retirement, 717-25 Rehabilitation of armed services personnel, 373-424 Royal Canadian Air Force, 527-28 Royal Canadian Navy, 421-24, 440 San Francisco conference, 251-54, 305-12 Resolution respecting, 114-18 Shipbuilding industry, 846-50 Tele-communications system, disposition of, 527 War appropriation bill. 373-424, 435-40, 52728, 607-22, 704-37, 846-50 War contracts, renegotiation of, 846-50 War gratuities to surviving relatives, 375-78 Haines Cut-Off. See Alaska Highway Haldimand County, settlement under Veterans' Land Act, qu. (Mr. Senn), 338 Haldimand Treaty. See Indians. Hansell, Mr. E. G. (Macleod) Air training plan, winding-up ceremonies, 343 Airplane for playground, suggested, 490 Business of the house, proceeding with, 763 Cooperation of opposition in speeding business of the house, 660-61 Exports, 1939-44, qu., 428 Lloyd George, the late Earl, 199 Monetary stabilization technique of Bretton Woods conference, amendment disapproving of, 275-75 National defence estimates, 688-90 Hansell, Mr. E. G.-Con. Royal Air Force, loss of aircraft en route to Canada with air ministry officials, 287 Royal Canadian Air Force, 489-91 San Francisco conference Representation of Poland, 763 Resolution respecting, 271-75 Amendment, 275, ruled out of order, 276 War appropriation bill, 489-91, 591, 688-90 Hanson, Hon. R. B. (York-Sunbury) Address in reply, procedure in debate on, 5-6 Breadner, Air Marshal L. S., retirement of, 16-17 "Canada at Britain's Side", pamphlet, reference to, 249 Canadian army, draftees and deserters, treatment of, 628-32 Canadian forces in Italy, 197 Halifax, Lord, proposals of, 249-50 Mobilization Act, order in council of, November 1944, draftees under, qu., 812 National defence estimates, 628-32 Peace treaty, debate in 1919 on, 202-3 Precedence of government notices of motion and government orders, 56 Prince Edward Island car ferry, qu., 645-46 San Francisco conference, 200-02 Resolution dealing with, 13, 31-32, 241-50 Procedure in debate on, 18-19 Privilege, 60-61 Telephone wires used by members of parliament, alleged tapping of, 286 Tractors and trucks, availability for farm purposes, 109 War appropriation bill, 628-32 . Procedure, 9-10 War service electors, order in council amending rpgulations of 1914, 148 Harris, Mr. J. H. (Danforth) Equipment in possession of war assets corporation, inventory, 805 Housing conditions in large centres, 432 Toronto area, 701 Income tax, overtime workers, 355 Munitions and supply estimates, 805 National Revenue estimates, 355 Rehabilitation services, 357-58 Royal Canadian Air Force, 502-03 Veterans Affairs estimates, 357-58 War appropriation bill, 502-03, 805 Harris, Mr. W. E. (Grey-Bruce) San Francisco conference, 102-06 Hatfield, Mr. II. II. (Victoria-Carleton) Apple growers, assistance to, qu., 194 Farmers, income tax, 350 Hudson's Bay Company, taxes, qu., 289 Labour estimates, 331 National Revenue estimates, 350



Hatfield, Mr. H. H.-Con. Veterans' Land Act, Victoria and Carleton, N.B., purchases, qu., 424 War service electors, entitlement of nonresident wives to the franchise, 192 Wives of members of armed forces, voting privileges, qu., 427 Hay, embargo on, 703 Hazen, Mr. D. King (St. John-Albert) Agriculture estimates, 314 Canadian army corps, 591 Interim supply bill, 883 Post office estimates, 357 Royal Canadian Air Force, 510-11 Royal Canadian Navy, 423 Simonds, N.B., mail delivery service, 357 Unemployment insurance commission, maritime employees, qu., 647, 814 War appropriation bill, 423, 510-11, 591 Hecla, Man., dock, qu. (Mr. Bryce), 193, 646 High Commissioners, exchange of between Canada and India, 596 .High School Students, military training, 764 Hlynka, Mr. Anthony (Vegreville) San Francisco conference, 226-30 Ukrainians, price paid for Soviet victory, 229-30 Hockey Players, men discharged from air force and extempted from military training, reference of Mr. Cruickshank, 508, 685-86 Home Defence Troops. See National Defence, Canadian army Ilomuth, Mr. Karl K. (Waterloo South) Forest Products Corporation, Montreal, war contract, 819-23 N.R.M.A. men on Toronto construction projects, qu., 192 War appropriation bill, 819-23 War profiteering, 819-23 Hospital Ship Letitia, qu. (Mr. Aylesworth), 288 Hospitals, asylums and other institutions, assistance to provinces in building, qu. (Mr. Lalonde), 61 Hot Springs, Virginia, conference on food and agriculture in 1943, reference to, 121-22 House of Commons. See also Deputy Speaker; Speaker Adjournments Motions for under standing order 31 Duration of parliament, M. (Mr. Pou-liot), 594-96, 753-54 Roosevelt, President, on occasion of death of, 837-39 House of Commons-Con. Bills, introduction of, procedure, 106 Business of the house Easter recess, 110 M. (Mr. Mackenzie King) agreed to, 149 Precedence of government notices of motion and government orders, M. (Mr. Mackenzie King), 4, agreed to, 6 Procedure in concluding the session, 839-42 Procedure in debate on resolution respecting San Francisco conference, 18-20 Statement as to desirability of speedy winding-up of session, 657-61 Morning sittings suggested, 756-63 Divisions San Francisco conference, M. (Mr. Mackenzie King) agreed to: yeas, 202; nays, 5, 312-13 Internal economy commission, 7 Members Accompanying delegations to ministers, rights of, 789, 801-02 Alleged tapping of telephone wires used by members of parliament, 285-86 Deceased Turner, the late John Mouat, tributes to, 2-4 Indemnity of, income tax, 807-08 New, introduced Case, Wilfred Garfield, for Grey North, 1 Press, report of visit to Washington, 293 Morning sittings, suggestion as to, 756-63 Privilege Abbott, Mr.-Reference to editorial in Toronto Globe and Mail of April 11, 752-53 Church, Mr.-Reference to article in Toronto Star to "Richard the Unready", 110 Diefenbaker, Mr.-Reference to statement of Mr. Wood in debate on March 23, 294 Hanson, Mr. (York-Sunbury)-Procedure in debate on resolution respecting San Francisco conference, 60-61 King, Mr. Mackenzie-Reference to editorial in Montreal Gazette of April 5, 506 Pouliot, Mr. Alleged tapping of telephone wires used by members of parliament, 285-86 Indemnity of members of parliament, income tax, 807-08 Reference to comments in debate on April 10, 765 Ross, Mr. (St. Paul's)-Reference to remarks in debate on April 10, 808 Wood,' Mr.-Reference to remarks in debate on March 23, 1945, 242 Session, present, purpose of, 7-8


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House of Commons-Con. Sittings Friday evenings, understanding as to, 7 Wednesday evenings, M. (Mr. Mackenzie King) agreed to, 7 Staff, recommendation of civil service commission, with respect to classification, tabled, 106 Inquiry as to, 294, 765 Housing. Sec also Building Construction Agreements with municipalities, etc., qu. (Mr. Coldwell), 755 s' Director General of in Reconstruction department, J-. M. Pigott, qu. (Mr. Coldwell), 756 V Emergency shelter regulations, Winnipeg, inquiry as to application of, 63 S Government policy, request for statement of, no y Large centres, conditions in, request for statement on, 432 National Housing Act, statement of Mr. Ilsley as to operations under, 150 S Prefabricated houses, Liverpool, N.S., qu. (Mr. Gillis), 426 Rural housing, 795-96 ✓ Saskatchewan, loans for individuals in, / security agreements, 701, 8l4, 842-43'/ Situation, 793-96 Toronto area / Accommodation, 701 y Return ordered (Mr. Church), 195, 816-17^ Wartime houses, positions of occupants of, 432.V See also Wartime Housing Limited Winnipeg, request that it be declared a congested area, 68, 843 Howe, Hon. C. D. (Minister of Munitions and Supply; Minister of Reconstruction Aircraft production, 746 Beverley coal mines, closing of, 818 Borden, Henry, association with Munitions and Supply department, 805-06 Building construction, shortage of materials, 829-30 Buildings, used for air purposes, surplus to requirements, disposition of, 858-59 Canso strait causeway, 868-69 Coal and oil control, 748 Construction control, 750 Crown assets, inventory of, 805 Farm implements, supply of, 751 Forest Productions Corporation, charges by Mr. Homuth of war profiteering, 858 Gas and tire situation, 856-57 Godsoe, Mr., reference of Mr. Pouliot, 805-06 Housing Conditions in large centres, 432 Toronto area, 701 Howe, Hon. C. D.-Con. Labour conditions, additional contracts to aircraft industry in Winnipeg, lay-offs, 504-05, 788-89 Members leading delegations, reference to, 789, 801 Motor vehicles control, 749 Munitions and supply estimates, 745-52, 788-806, 819-39, 846-69 Oil fields, government operations, 869 Park Steamship Company, wage contracts, 804, 850-51 Post-war reconstruction, ministerial statement on government policy as to employment and income, 808-10 Powell river wharf, facilities for local shipping, 345 Power control, 750 Radio stations in western Canada, inquiry as to permits, 344-45 Roosevelt, President, death of, 836 Rubber control, 748-49 Shipbuilding industry, 847-49 Ships and naval vessels, production, 748-49 Steel control, 749 Subsidies, agreement with Dosco, 868-69 Timber control, 749 Toronto shipbuilding plant, closing down, 109 Tractors and trucks, availability for farm purposes, 109-10 Transit control, 750 War appropriation bill, 745-52, 788-806 81939. 846-69 War contracts Profits on, references of Mr. Homuth, 821-23 Renegotiation of, 848-50 War munitions production, 747 Wartime Housing Limited, 796 Hudson Bay Company, taxes, qu., 289 Ilsley, Hon. J. L. (Minister of Finance) Alberta bonded indebtedness, refunding of 17-18 ' Bank inspection, 314-15 Beet sugar, request of producers for assistance, 196 Blind persons and old age pensioners by provinces, qu. (Mr. Knowles), 813 Bretton Woods conference, powers, rights, etc., given up, qu. (Mr. McGeer), 646 Civil service classification of staff of house 294 Farm pumps, increased quota, 345 345 Farmers, income tax, 354-56 Further supplementary estimates, 1944-45, tabled, 9



Ilsley, Hon. J. L.-Con. Housing Agreements with municipalities, qu. (Mr. Coldwell), 755 Emergency shelter regulations, application to, Winnipeg, 63, 843 Government policy, request for statement of, 110 Operations under National Housing Act, statement as to, 150 Saskatchewan, security agreements, 701, 814, 842-43 Toronto situation, 816-17 Income tax Family allowances and, proposed amendment dealing with, 63 United Mine Workers, District 26, deductions in respect of year 1943, 651-52 Industrial development bank Loans, branch offices, qu. (Mr. Coldwell), 650 Operation, loans, etc., qu. (Mr. Fraser, Peterborough West), 290 Interim supply, procedure necessary in granting of, 8 McNaughton, General, superannuation or retiring allowance, qu. (Mr. Ross, Souris), 429 Main estimates, 1945-46, tabled, 9 National Housing Act, statement of operations under, 150 Old age pensions, 877-78 Quebec province, agreement for surrender of provincial taxation rights, qu. (Mr. Lalonde), 190 Saskatchewan treasury bills held by Finance department, qu. (Mr. Castleden), 191-92 Seventh victory loan, qu. (Mr. Tripp), 648 Sugar control, qu. (Mr. Blackmore), 289 Superannuation benefits of deceased civil servants, 315-16 Supply bills Further supplementary estimates, 1944-45, 363 Interim supply, 883-84 Treasury bills held from provinces, qu. (Mr. Castleden), 644-45 War appropriation bill, 877-78 Amendment (Mr. Dorion), 867 Inquiry as to procedure in supplying details, 148 Resolution, 9-10, 365-75 Statement on introduction of, 365-75 Wartime prices and trade board Permits for making of double-breasted coats, qu. (Mr. Fraser, Peterborough West), 427 Immigration Migration within the empire, qu. (Mr. Church), 813 War refugees, admitted to Canada, 1944-45, racial origins, qu. (Mr. Dorion), 107 Imperial Conference of 1911, statement of Mr. Asquith on position of dominions, 254 *Income Tax. See Taxation Income War Tax Act, proposed amendment dealing with family allowances, 63 India, exchange of High Commissioners with, 596 Indians Haldimand treaty, Six Nations and, return ordered (Mrs. Nielsen), 108 Hospital, appropriation for, 337-38, 345-46 Military service, qu. (Mr. Castleden), 62 Saskatchewan, military training, qu. (Mr. Castleden), 193 Industrial Development Bank Loans, branch offices, qu. (Mr. Coldwell), 650 Operation, amount of loans to date, qu. (Mr. Fraser, Peterborough West), 290 Industry, post-war conditions in, departmental survey. See Labour Conditions Inquiries for Returns. See Returns Ordered Institute of International Affairs. .See Canadian Institute of International Affairs Inter-American Conference on the Problems of War and Peace, Mexico City, resolution passed paying tribute to Canada's war effort, 14 Interim Supply. See Supply Interim Supply Bills. See Supply Bills Internal Economy Commission. Sec House of Commons International Affairs, discussion on. See debate on San Francisco Conference Resolution International Bureau for Research into the Causes of War, qu. (Mr. Winkler), 194 International Court of Justice, invitation to send Canadian delegate to meeting at Washington, 505 International Monetary Conference. See Bretton Woods


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International Organization for the maintenance of international peace and security. See San Francisco Conference International Police Force, setting up of. See references in discussion on San Francisco Conference, Resolution Isolationism, Canadian attitude. See references in debate on San Francisco Conference, Resolution Irrigation Schemes. See Alberta; Saskatchewan River Isnor, Mr. Gordon B. (Halifax) National defence estimates. 637-38, 694-95 Royal Canadian Navy, 422-23 War appropriation bill, 422-23, 637-38, 694-95 Jackman, Mr. Harry R. (Rosedale) Royal Canadian Air Force, 495-97, 519 Royal Canadian Navy, 449-50 War appropriation bill, 449-50, 495-97, 519 Japan Canadian part in war against, statement of Mr. Mackenzie King, 433-36 Montreal Gazette editorial on, 506 Number to be sent to, inquiries, 614-22 Government, resignation of, denunciation by Soviet government of neutrality pact with Japan, 505 Royal Canadian Navy, use of vessels of in war against, 417-18, 439-51 Japanese Nationals Interpreters, services as, qu. (Mr. Maclnnis), 649 Post-war allocation, qu. (Mr. Reid), 339 Jaques, Mr. Norman (Wetaskiwin) Communism in liberated countries, labour leaders on, 256-58 International monetary power, 259-60 San Francisco Conference, 255-60 Jewish People, establishment of homeland in Palestine for, 100-01 Job Training Programme. See under National Defence, Canadian army Johnston, Mr. C. E. (Bow River) Canadian forces, farm leave, 242, 671-72 Royal Canadian Air Force, 522-23 Veterans' Land Act, 872-74 War appropriation bill, 522-23, 671-72, 819, 872-74 Johnston, Mr. J. A. (London) Address in reply, mover, 14-15 June 11, announcement of general election on, 839-42 Jutras, Mr. Rene (Provencher) San Francisco conference, 186-89 Kearney & Duquet, Montreal, and Kearney, Duquet and MacKay, Quebec, employment and payments to, return ordered (Mr. Pouliot), 108 Kennedy, Colonel Joan, reference of Mr. Pouliot, 706-07 King, Right Hon. William Lyon Mackenzie (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council; Secretary of State for External Affairs) Abbott, Mr., appointment as parliamentary assistant to Minister of National Defence, announcement, 15 Address in reply Brevity of speeches on, 15 Procedure to be followed in debate on, 4-6 Air training plan, winding-up ceremonies, messages received, 341-42 Alaska highway Cost of construction, qu. (Mr. Black, Yukon), 812 Haines cut-off, qu. (Mr. Black, Yukon), 426 Maintenance and operation of and purchase of buildings, qu. (Mr. Black, Yukon), 291-92 Anglo-American-Canadian discussions on w'orld food shortages, 701 Announcement of general election on June 11, 839-42 Bracken, John, reference to, 760 Bretton Woods proposals, 309-10 British Commonwealth air training plan winding-up ceremonies, 341-42 Business of the house Desirability of speedy winding-up of session, statement as to, 657-661, 757-63 Easter adjournment, M., 149 Precedence of government notices of motion and government orders, M., 4-6 Friday evenings, sitting, 7 Present session, purpose of, 7-8 Procedure in concluding the session, 839-42 Wednesday evening sittings, M., 7 "Canada at Britain's Side", publication, reference of Mr. Hanson (York-Sunbury), 249 Canada-India, exchange of high commissioners, 596 Canada's war effort, belitting of, reference to, 306 Canadian forces, statement as to service of after victory in Europe, 433-36 Canadian Institute of International Affairs, qu. (Mr. Church), 650-51 Canadian Pacific Railway employees involved in 1919 strike, pension rights, 817-18



King, Right Hon. W. L. Mackenzie-Con. Canol project Closing down of, qu. (Mr. Black, Yukon), 427 Cost of construction, qu. (Mr. Black, Yukon), 812 Commodity supplies, press release respecting conference with United Kingdom ministers of food and production, 365 Dominion elections, minimum number of days prescribed' by . chief electoral officer, 659, 845-46 Dumbarton Oaks proposals, 296-98. See also reference under this title in debate on San Francisco Conference Edmonton-Fairbanks telephone lines, qu. (Mr. Black, Yukon), 650 Election, time required for, statement of Chief Electoral Officer, 659, 845-46 Fort Norman oil wells, operation, qu. (Mr. Black, Yukon), 291, 430 Gibson, Hon. C. W. G., announcement of appointment as Minister of National Defence for Air, 15 House of Commons staff, classification, civil service recommendations, 765 Internal economy commission, 7 International bureau for research into the causes of war, qu. (Mr. Winkler), 194 International Court of Justice, invitation to send Canadian delegate to meeting at Washington, 505 Japan. Canadian part in war against, statement as to, 433-36 Japanese government, resignation of, 505 Japanese nationals, interpreters, service as, qu. (Mr. Maclnnis), 649 Lloyd George, the late Earl, 198 Meat shortage in Great Britain, assistance to, qu. (Mr. Church), 193 Members of parliament, press report of visit to Washington, 293 Mexico conference, tribute to Canada's war effort passed at, 23 Military situation in Europe, statement, 197 Millard, C. H., Seamen's Union, permission to visit overseas fighting front, qu. (Mr. Bruce), 189-90 Ministerial changes, announcement, 15 National flag and national anthem, qu. (Mr. LaCroix), 648-49 New world order, laying of foundations of at San Francisco conference, 30-31 Oaths of office bill, 1 Ottawa Journal, editorial on "Misunderstanding Dumbarton Oaks", 307-08 Parliamentary assistants, changes in, 15 Paslovsky, Leo, part played in Dumbarton Oaks and Bretton Woods conference, 293-94 King, Right Hon. W. L. Mackenzie-Con. Prisoners of war in Germany Conditions among, 149, 764-65, 816 Statement with respect to sending parcels by next of kin, 196-97 Privilege, reference to editorial in Montreal Gazette of April 5, 506 Quebec conference, 1944, qu. (Mr. Raymond), 291 Roosevelt, President, death of, 837 Message to President Truman, 839 Royal Air Force, loss of aircraft en route to Canada with air ministry officials, 28687 San Francisco conference, 248-49 Attendance of Canadian delegation Announcement of membership of seven, 652-57 Invitation from United States, 7-8 Official languages, 763-64 Poland, representation of, 763 Proposed general international organization for maintenance of peace and security M. for consideration of resolution, 1014, 284, 294-312 Statement, 20-34 Procedure in debate, on, 18-20 Voting powers in United Nations Assembly, participation of Poland and Argentina, 364-65 Service of Canadian troops after victory in Europe, statement on. 433-36 Smuts, Field Marshal, proposed visit to Canada, 312 Soviet government, denunciation of neutrality pact with Japan, 505 Speech to British Houses of Parliament in 1944, 50 Supply, committee of, M. for, 7 Telephone wires used' by members of parliament, alleged tapping of, 285-86 Turner, the late John Mouat, 2 UNRRA, administrative expenses, qu. (Mr. Raymond), 192 War Statement as to service of forces after victory in Europe, 433-36 Statement as to sendee of forces after victory in Europe, 433-36 War appropriation bill, procedure, 10, 818, 864-65 Wartime information board, salaries and living expenses, qu. (Mr. Pouliot), 504 Ways and means committee, M. for appointment, 7-8 Whitehorse oil refinery, qu. (Mr. Black, Yukon), 812 World trade union conference, passports to delegates, qu. (Mr. Bruce), 189-90


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Kingston Cold Storage, subsidies, qu. (Mr. Aylesworth), 192 Kinley, Mr. J. J. (Queens-Lunenburg) San Francisco conference, 223-26 Knowles, Mr. S. H. (Winnipeg North Centre) Aircraft industry in Winnipeg, lay-offs, 504-05 Blind persons and old age pensions, average by provinces, qu., 813 Canadian National Railways, supervising officers, salaries, qu., 644 Canadian Pacific Railway employees involved in 1919 strike, pension rights, 817-18 Eisner, Doctor Bela, employment, qu., 649 Family allowances, status of recipients of war veterans' and widows' allowances, 844 Labour estimates, 335-36 MacDonald Brothers aircraft plant, Winnipeg lay-offs, 504-05, 788-93 Munitions and supply estimates, 788-93 National defence estimates, 696-97, 740-41 National film boaid, staff, wage conditions, qu., 754 Old age pensions, 876-79 Ottawa Car and Aircraft Limited, layoffs, qu., 291 San Francisco conference, 209-15 Unemployment insurance commission, Regina office space, qu., 190, return ordered, 431 Veterans' Affairs Estimates, 362-63 Press releases, inclusion of leaflet advertising a chartered bank, 197 War appropriation bill, 696-97. 740-41, 788-93, 876-79 Widows of veterans, compassionate allowances, 362-63 Winnipeg, emergency shelter regulations application to, 63, 843 Kuhl, Mr. W. F. (Jasper-Edson) Beverley coal mines, closing of, 818 Pembina, Alta, food conditions, return ordered, 431 Labour Conditions Labour code P.C. 1003, objections to, 317-36 Departmental survey of post-war prospects of employment in industry, 17, 149-50, 321-22 Farm labour, statement regarding, 344 McDonald Brothers Aircraft Limited, Winnipeg, lay-offs, 504-05 National selective service, farm workers, regulations, 17 Post-war employment, problem of, 766-807 Recommendations of reconstruction committee, 774-75 Statement of government policy, 808-11 Labour Conditions-Con. Wartime wage control orders, 765 Order P.C. 1003, 814-15 Protests from organizations, 317-36 Requests for revision of, 17 Wright-Hargreaves appeal, 108-09 Labour Department, estimates, 317-36 Lacombe, Mr. Liguori (Laval-Two Mountains) Empire Parliamentary Association, payments by, return ordered, 430 National defence estimates, 662-67 St. Honore, Que. airport, qu., 645 St. Lawrence river icebreakers, qu., 755 San Francisco conference, 58-60 War appropriation bill, 662-67 LaCroix, Mr. Wilfrid (Quebec-Montmorency) Cheese and powdered milk exports, return ordered, 814 Mont Joli airport, return ordered, 814 Munitions and supply estimates, 791-92 National flag and national anthem, qu., 648-49 Quebec arsenals, employees, qu., 290-91 San Francisco conference, 101-02 Vezina, Rene, Montmorency village, sale of radio licences, qu., 504 War appropriation bill, 403-04, 589-90, 791-92 Lafleche, Hon. Leo R. (Minister of National War Services) Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Good Friday programmes, qu. (Mr. Church), 193-94, 242, 340 Eisner, Doctor Bela, employment, qu. (Mr. Knowles), 649 National film board .staff, wage conditions, qu. (Mr. Knowles), 754 Prisoners of war, statement with respect to sending parcels by next of kin, Radio stations in Saskatchewan and Alberta, issue of licences for, 431 Lake Manitou, Watrous, Sask., curative mineral waters, 360 Lalonde, Mr. Maurice (Labelle) Conscription for overseas service, correspondence with Quebec government, return ordered, 63 Hospitals, asylums, etc., assistance to provinces in building, qu., 61 National defence estimates, 681-82 Quebec province, agreement for surrender of provincial taxation rights, qu., 190 San Francisco conference, 182-86 War appropriation bill, 681-82 Lang, J. T., on "Communism in Australia", 257-58



Lapointe, Mr. A. J. (Matapedia-Matane) Address in reply, seconder, 15 Leader, Mr. Harry (Portage la Prairie) Farmers, income tax, 351-55 National Revenue estimates, 351-55 League of Nations Failure of, reasons for. See discussions on San Francisco Conference, Joint resolution Leckie, Air Marshal, use of plane by, reference of Mr. Pouliot, 706 Statement of Mr. Gibson, 752 Letitia, hospital ship, qu. (Mr. Aylesworth), 288 Liberated Countries, internal policies, effect of communism on, 256-57 Lincoln County, Ont., Veterans' Land Act, settlement under, qu. (Mr. Lockhart), 61 Live Stock. See also Meat Hogs Canadian production, decrease in, effect on bacon exports, 17 Production bonus, 431-32 Liverpool, N.S., prefabricated houses, qu. (Mr. Gillis), 426 Llewellin, Colonel, Minister of Food in United Kingdom, conference at Ottawa with government officials, 365 Lloyd George, the late Earl, expression of tribute on behalf of the people of Canada, 198-99 Lockhart, Mr. Norman J. M. (Lincoln) Canadian forces Personnel with service of five years or more, 197-98 Walking out uniforms, qu., 107 Farm leave for soldiers, 702 Indians, medical services, 337 Lincoln County, Ont., Veterans' land settlement, qu., 61 National defence estimates, 633 Royal Canadian Air Force, 523 War appropriation bill, 523, 593-94, 633 Wartime houses, position of occupants in, 432 London School of Economic, training of leaders for bureaucracy in, reference of Mr. Jaques, 258-59 Lyttelton, Hon. Oliver, Minister of Production for United Kingdom, conference with government officials on food supply, 365 Macdonald, Hon. Angus L. (Minister of National Defence for Naval Services) Deep Brook, Sydney and Esquimalt naval establishments, 844 Dunkirk, occupation of by Germans, 445-46 Review of work of, 404-24, 436-51 Royal Canadian Navy List of decorations and awards, 407-17 Pacific war, engagement of Uganda and Ontario in, 417-18, 439-51 St. John's Newfoundland, naval barracks, qu. (Mr. Fraser, Peterborough West), 425, 439-39 War appropriation bill, 404-24, 436-51 Macdonald, Mr. W. C. (Halifax) Cassidy, Harold M.. case of, 515 Merchant seamen, 683-84 National defence estimates, 682-87 Royal Canadian Air Force, 515 War appropriation bill, 515, 682-87 MacDonald Brothers Aircraft Limited, of Winnipeg, lay-offs, 504-05, 788-93 Maclnnis, Mr. Angus (Vancouver East) Indians, medical services, 345-46 Japanese nationals, service as interpreters, qu., 649 Labour estimates, 317-21 Mines and resources estimates, 345-46 Munitions and supply estimates, 801-03, 849 National defence estimates, 630-31 National health and welfare estimates, 348 Royal Canadian Air Force, 494 Dog Creek, B.C., airfield, qu. ,289-90 San Francisco conference, 95-96 Procedure in discussing, 34 Venereal disease, campaign against, 348 Wage control orders, 317-21 War appropriation bill, 388, 494, 630-31, 80103, 849 War contracts, renegotiation, 849 Wartime labour relations order P.C. 1003, 814-15 MacKenzie, Mr. F. D. (Neepawa) San Francisco conference, 235-36 Mackenzie, Hon. Ian A. (Minister of Veterans Affairs) Artificial appliances for disabled soldiers, 738-44 Canadian army, Desertions, 630 Neuro-psychiatric cases, 631-43 Canadian fire fighters and merchant seamen, war service gratuities, 503 Hospitals for returned veterans, present situation, 360-61 North West Field Force, 1885, pensions, qu. (Mr. Church), 193 Pensions, rates for various 'disabilities, 817


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Mackenzie, Hon. Ian A.-Con. Personnel counsellors, 526 Questions on orders of t'he day, 150-51 Rehabilitation services, 357-63, 494-501 Returns, inquiries for, 662 Soldier settlers, case of, 870-75 Veterans Affairs Estimates, 357-63 Press releases, inclusion of pamphlet advertising chartered bank, 197 Regulations tabled, 424-25 Veterans' Land Act Acreage purchased, by provinces, qu. (Mr. Wright), 193, 339 Administration, 869-75 District offices, qu. (Mr. Choquette). 812813 Haldimand county settlement, qu. (Mr. Senn), 338 Lincoln county. Ont.. settlement, qu. (Mr. Lockhart), 61 Manitoba land purchases, qu. (Mr. Ross, Souris), 429-30 Qu'Appelle constituency purchases, qu. (Mr. Perley), 428 Simcoe county settlement, qu. (Mr. McCuaig), 649 Tractors and farm machinery, qu. (Mr. Ross, Souris), 194, 243, 292 Victoria and Carleton, N.B. purchases, qu. (Mr. Hatfield), 424 Windsor area land payments, 506-07 Victoria Cross holders, yearly indemnity, 639 Voluntary aid detachment nurses with Canadian forces, status of, 875 War appropriation bill, 376-95, 490-502, 526, 630-643, 738-44, 870-75 Amendment (Mr. Dorion). 866-67 War service grants, 360-63, 376-95, 490-92, 592 War service gratuities Canadian firefighters, status of, 110 Payment to next of kin or beneficiary upon death of service personnel, 16 Widows' compassionate allowances, 363 Williams, Colonel, campaign against venereal disease, 348 MacKinnon, Hon. James A. (Minister of Trade and Commerce and Acting Minister of National Revenue) Beef, pork and mutton, quantity in Canada, qu. (Mr. Ross, Souris), 194 Exports, 1939-44, qu. (Mr. Hansell). 428 Hudson Bay Company, taxes, qu. (Mr. Hatfield)' 289 Income tax Farmers, 349-56 Postponement until August 31 of filing of 1944 return, inquiry, 293 Rural investigators, cost of collection from farmers, qu. (Mr. Winkler), 339 MacKinnon, Hon. James A.-Con. "Money", periodical, qu. (Mr. Blackmore), 648 National Revenue estimates, 349-56 Oats and barley exports to United States, qu. (Mr. Perley), 647 Prescott-Ogdensburg ferry, qu. (Mr. Cold-well), 650 Veterans' insurance, income tax, qu. (Mr. White), 191 Wheat Crops 1935-36 to 1944-45, storage charges, qu. (Mr. Perley), 339 Final report on 1943-44 crop year Inquiry as to, 242 Participation certificates, qu. (Mr. Ross, Souris), 191 Macmillan, Hon. Cyrus (Queens; Parliamentary Assistant to Minister of National Defence for Air) Parliamentary Assistant to Minister of National Defence for Air, to continue as, 15 Royal Canadian Air Force, university and technical training, 498-99 War appropriation bill, 498-99 MacNicol, Mr. J. R. (Davenport) Air transport, 771-72 Coal and oil production, 766-72 Expiration of time between dissolution and election, 660 Fort McMurray oil operations, 109 Labour estimates, 327-29 Munitions and supply estimates, 766-72 National defence estimates, 693-98, 743 Navy League. 437 Post-war employment. 766-68 Royal Canadian Air Force, 487-88, 519-22 Royal Canadian Navy, 437-51 San Francisco conference, 218-23 Sarnia rubber plant, 771 Saskatchewan river conservation. 769-72 War appropriation bill. 437, 487-88, 519-22, 693-98, 743, 769-72 Water conservation in the west, 771 McCann, Mr. J. J. (Renfrew South) Poland, decisions of Crimea conference as to, 133-35 San Francisco conference, 133-35 McCuaig, Mr. D. F. (Sincoe North) Veterans' land settlement, Simcoe county, qu., 649 McGarry, Mr. M. J. (Inverness-Richmond) Farm leave for soldiers, 674 National Defence estimates, 673-75 San Francisco conference, 230-31 War appropriation bill, 673-75 90S



McGeer, Mr. G. G. (Vancouver-Burrard) Bretton Woods conference, qu., 646 Prisoners of war, Red Cross parcels, 288 Mclvor, Mr. Daniel (Fort William) Munitions and supply estimates, 827-28 National defence estimates, 622-26 San Francisco conference, 119-21 Turner, the late John Mouat, 3 War appropriation bill, 622-26, 827-28 McLartv, Hon. N. A. (Secretary of State) Carr, Samuel, naturalization of, qu. (Mr. Bruce), 61 Enemy aliens, seizure of patents and formulas, qu. (Mr. Ross, Hamilton East), 107 Pearkes, Major-General, retirement, inquiry for return, 661-62 Post office estimates, 357 War service electors Entitlement of wives to tire franchise, qu. (Mr. Hatfield), 192 Merchant seamen, voting by, 845 Order in council, amending regulations of 1944, 148 Wives of members of armed forces, voting privileges, qu. (Mr. Hatfield), 427 McMurray, Fort. See Fort McMurray McNaughton, Hon. A. G. L. (Minister of National Defence) Date of relieving of command and retirement. qu. (Mr. Ross, Souris), 292, 38687 Pension, qu., return ordered (Mr. Ross, Souris), 191, 292, 386-87 Superannuation or retiring allowance, qu. (Mr. Ross, Souris), 429, 692 Magee, Colonel Allan A., K.C., employment by government and payments to, return ordered (Mr. Pouliot), 107 Main Estimates. See Estimates Maritime Provinces Airfields, return ordered (Mr. Black, Cumberland), 292-93 Martin, Mr. Paul J. (Essex East; Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Labour) Indians, military service, qu. (Mr. Castle-den), 62 Meat packing plants and abattoirs, release of employees, qu. (Mr. Ross, Souris), Ottawa Car and Aircraft Limited, lay-offs, qu. (Mr. Knowles), 291 San Francisco conference, 40-45 Lnemployment insurance Advisory committee, tabling of report, 106 Commission maritime employees, qu. (Mr. Hazen), 647-48, 814 Maybank, Mr. Ralph (Winnipeg South Centre) Royal Canadian Air Force, 492-93, 511-12 War appropriation bill, 492-93, 511-12 Mayhew, Mr. R. W. (Victoria, B.C.) Royal Canadian Navy, 444-46 War appropriation bill, 444-46 Meat Assistance to Great Britain, qu. (Mr. Church), 193 Bacon, decrease in Canadian hog production, question as to, 17 Beef Pork and mutton, quantity in Canada, qu. (Mr. Ross, Souris), 194 Shipments from Canada for San Francisco conference, request for, 652 Shipments to Great Britain and United Kingdom since 1940, return ordered (Mr. Gillis), 430 Clarification in respect of shipments from *Canada to the United States, request for, 240-41 Packing plants and abattoirs, release of employees, qu. (Mr. Ross, Souris), 288-89 Rationing Resumption of, question as to, 431 Supplies to Great Britain, 196, 845 Restoration of hog production standard. 84344 Shortage in Great Britain, assistance to, qu. (Mr. Church), 193 Memorial Cross Awarding to next of kin, 491 Suggested granting of to parents of adopted service personnel, 394-95 Merchant Seamen War service gratuities, 503. 683-84 WTar service voting regulations, 845 Michaud, Hon. J. E. (Minister of Transport) Canadian National Railways Annual reports, tabling, 811 Supervising officers, salaries, qu. (Mr. Knowles), 644 Canso-Cape Breton bridge, representations as to, 357 Freight rates on coarse grains and low grade wheat, qu. (Mr. Perley), 289 Prince Edward Island car ferry, qu. (Mr. Hanson, York-Sunbury), 645-46 Royal Canadian Air Force, Dog Creek, B.C., air field, qu. (Mr. Maclnnis), 289-90 St. Lawrence river ice-breakers, qu. (Mr. Lacombe), 755 Migration within the Empire, qu. (Mr. Church), 813


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