January 29, 1945

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Military Service. See also National Defence Indians, qu. (Mr. Castleden), 62, 193 Military Situation in Europe. See War Millard, C. H., Seamen's Union, permission to visit overseas fighting front, qu. (Mr. Bruce), 189-90 Mines and Resources Department, estimates, 336-38, 345-46 Mining Industry, retiring men at age of sixty and pension problem, 775-76 Ministry. See Government Mitchell, Hon. Humphrey (Minister of Labour) Canadian forces Farm leave, 242, 702 Vocational training for men discharged from, 509-11 Farm labour, statement with regard to, 344 Indians, Saskatchewan, military service, qu. (Mr. Castleden), 62. 193 Japanese nationals, post-war allocation, qu. (Mr. Reid), 339 Labour conditions Departmental survey of post-war prospects of employment in industry, 17, 149-50 Farm workers, selective service regulations, 17 Wartime wages control orders, 765 Requests for revision of, 17 Labour estimates, 319-36 Teachers, shortage of. 511 War appropriation bill, 509-11 Wartime labour relations board, Wright-Hargreaves appeal, 108-09 Wartime labour relations order P.C. 1003, 814-15 Mobilization Act. See National Resources Mobilization Act . "Money", periodical, prohibition of entry into Canada, qu. (Mr. Blackmore), 648 Mont Joli, Que., airport, cost of construction, return ordered (Mr. LaCroix), 814 Morning Sittings. See House of Commons Moscow Conference, references to. See discussion on San Francisco conference, joint resolution Motor Vehicles Control, 779-81 Statement of Mr. Howe, 749 Gas and tire situation, request for statement on, 855-58 Permits for purchase, lack of bilingual officials in issuing branch, 703, 780 Motor Vehicles-Con. Tractors and trucks, availability for farm purposes, 109 Tractors and farm machinery for use under Veterans' Land Act, qu. (Mr. Ross, Souris), 194, 243, qu. (Mr. Ross, Souris), 292 Trucks, heavy, sale by War Assets Corporation, return ordered (Mr. Fraser, Peterborough West), 195 Mulgrave, Airchat and Canso Steamship Service, appropriation for, 357 Munitions and Supply Department, war appropriation estimates, 745-52. 766807, 819-39, 846-69 Mutch, Mr. L. A. (Winnipeg South) Canadian army, vocational training, qu., 290 Rehabilitation of returned soldiers, 397-99 War appropriation bill, 397-99 Mutton. See Meat National Defence. See also War Air services, war appropriation estimates, 451-503, 507-28 Canadian army Break-down of expenditures, 625 Deserters, procedure in apprehending. 58385, 626-29 Employment of personnel on projects of national interest, 617-18 Discharges for mental disturbances, 623-25, 687-95 Disturbances at Drummondville and Gatineau Mills, Que., 150, return ordered (Mr. Bruce), 195 Estimates, 528-94, 596-644, 662-701. 703-44 Farm leave for soldiers (Mr. Stirling), 651, 702 Home defence troops, disposition of on February 28, 1945 (Mr. Diefenbaker), 651 Man-power, distribution of, 573-79 Military training of high school students, 764 Neuro-psychiatric cases, 632-43 N.R.M.A. personnel Number absent without leave, 578-79 Number sent overseas, and number of deserters, inquiry as to, 386-87, 578 Proceeding to theatres of war. 815-16 Strength of and disposition, 575-79 Toronto construction projects, qu. (Mr. Homuth), 192-93 Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island Regiment, qu. (Mr. Black, Cumberland), 426-27 Operations, statement as to, 568-94 Overseas, outline of organization of, 570-76



National Defence-Con. Canadian army-Con. Press and public relations officers (Mr. Church), 430 Reserve army, strength of, 737-38 Senior officers retired, and pensions, list of, 691-92 Vocational training, qu. (Mr. Mutch), 290 Canadian forces Amputation cases, 737-38 Checking of leave passes at trains, return ordered (Mr. Church), 342 Cigarettes, supplying of, 590-91, 598-99 . Decorations for gallantry, 241-42 Air force, 455-85 Army, 528-67 Navy, 407-17 Discharges, procedure, 391-92 Farm leave, inquiry as to, 242 Intake, etc., return ordered (Mr. Purdy), 651 Italy in, 197 Memorial cross, granting to foster parents, 394-95 Pensions, rates for various disabilities, 81718 Percentage of volunteers and N.R.M.A.'s by provinces, 582 Pharmacists, 667-68 Physical requirements, 692-94 Rotation leave, qu. (Mr. Case), 649-50 Services of after victory in Europe, statement of Mr. Mackenzie King, 433-36 Status of service personnel with service of five years or more, 197-98 Vocational training of persons discharged, 509-11 Walking out uniforms, qu. (Mr. Lockhart), 107 Windsor. N.S., embarkation depot, closing of, 844 Naval services Deep Brook, Sydney and Esquimalt establishments, 844 War appropriation estimates, 404-24, 43651 Ordnance stores, return ordered (Mr. Black, Cumberland), 292 Royal Canadian Air Force Assiniboia, Sask., station, qu. (Mr. Shaw), 61-62 Breadner, Air Marshal L. S., retirement, 16-17 Casualties, 510, 522 Decorations for gallantry, 455-485 Dog Creek, B.C., airfield, qu. (Mr. Mac-Innis), 289-90 Men discharged from, playing professional hockey, 508 No. 12 equipment depot, Montreal, qu. (Mr. Ross, Souris), 646 National Defence-Con. Royal Canadian Air Force-Con. Percentage distribution of flying personnel by officers and other ranks, 509 Personnel counsellors, 525-26 Rehabilitation services, 454-55 Reserves, 453-54 Senior officers Answers to questions asked in discussion of war estimates, 844 Retiring allowances, 511-19 Transfers to army, 453-54 War appropriation estimates, 451-503, 50728 Royal Canadian Navy Operational honours and awards and decorations for gallantry, list of, 407-17 Pacifific war, Uganda and Ontario engaged in, 417-18, 439-51 Review of work of and statement of Mr. Macdonald (Kingston City), 404-24, 436-51 War appropriation estimates, 404-24, 43651 War appropriation estimates, 528-94, 596-644, 662-701, 703-44 National Film Board, staff, wage conditions, qu. (Mr. Knowles), 754 National Flag and national anthem, qu. (Mr. LaCroix), 648-49 National Health and Welfare Department Employees receiving over $3,000, return ordered (Mr. Choquette), 814 Estimates, 346-48 National Housing Act. See Housing National Resources Mobilization Act Order in council of November, 1944, men drafted under, qu. (Mr. Hanson, York-Sunbury) , 812 Reinforcements under, number absent without leave and desertions, qu. (Mr. Bruce), 503-04, 811-12 National Revenue Department Estimates, 348-56 Income tax offices, 348-56 National Selective Service, regulations respecting farm workers, 17 National War Labour Board, decisions of, references to, 317-36 New World Order, laying foundation of at San Francisco conference, reference of Mr. Mackenzie King, 30-31 New Zealand, message from government of on winding-up of British Commonwealth air training plan, 341


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Nicholson, Mr. A. M. (Mackenzie) Amsterdam, Sask., post office, return ordered, 293 Doctors, shortage of, 695-96 Food consumption in war years, 231-32 Housing situation, 793-96 Munitions and supply estimates, 793-96 National defence estimates, 695-96 Royal Canadian Navy, 438 San Francisco conference, 231-34 War appropriation bill, 438, 695-96, 793-96 Wartime Housing Limited, Pigott Construction Company, return ordered, 194 Nielsen, Mrs. Dorise W. (North Battleford) Indians, Haldimand treaty, Six Nations, return ordered, 108 San Francisco conference, 138-43 Northwest Field Force, 1885, pensions, qu., 193 Noseworthy, Mr. J. W. (York South) Canadian armed force, vocational training, 508-10 Defence Industries Limited, Parry Sound plant, qu.. 289, qu., 754 Merchant seamen, war service voting, regulations. 845 Munitions and supply estimates, 850-51 Park Steamship Company, 804, 850-51 Rehabilitation of returned veterans, 382-85 Royal Canadian Air Force. 508-10, 519 San Francisco conference, 101 Resolution respecting, 135-38 War appropriation bill, 382-85. 508-10, 519, 804, 850-74 Wartime wages control orders, requests for revision of, 17 Wartime labour relations board, Wright-Hargreaves appeal, 108-09 Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island Regiment. See National Defence, Canadian army N.R.M.A. Troops. See National Defence Nurses enlisting for service in South Africa, status of, 629-30, 677-78, 6S6, 741 Oaths of Office Bill Bill No. 1. Mr. Mackenzie King lr., 1; Oats and Barley, exports to United States, qu. (Mr. Perley), 647 Official Languages at San Francisco Conference. See San Francisco Conference Oil. See also Gasoline Control, statement of Mr. Howe, 748 Fort McMurray operations, progress of, 109 Production in Northwest Territories and Yukon, 767-68 Old Age Pensions Average monthly payments by provinces, number receiving, qu. (Mr. Knowles), 813 Changes in, suggestions as to amendments to regulations, 876-79 O'Neill, Mr. T. J. (Kamloops) Civil service superannuation fund, 316 Finance estimates, 316 Ottawa, Government purchase of real estate in, return ordered (Mr, Pouliot), 108 Ottawa Car and Aircraft Limited, layoffs, qu. (Mr. Knowles), 291 Pacific War, engagement of Royal Canadian Navy and armed forces in. See Japan; War Packing Plants and abattoirs, release of employees, qu. (Mr. Ross, Souris), 28S Palestine, establishment of Jewish homeland in, need for, 100-01 Park Steamship Company, wage contracts, 804, 850-51 Parliament. See also House of Commons Duration of, Motion (Mr. Pouliot) for adjournment to discuss under standing order 31, 594; ruling. Mr. Speaker, 597; M. (Mr. Pouliot), 753, ruled out of order, 753-54 Sessions, number of, 7-8 Sixth session, opening, 1 Parliamentary Assistants, changes in, 15 Pasvolsky, Leo, part played by in Dumbarton Oaks and Bretton Woods conferences, 293-94 Patents and Formulas owned by enemy aliens, seizure of, qu. (Mr. Ross, Hamilton), 107 Peace City, location of in Canada, suggested by Mr. Slaght, 84-85 Peace Treaty of 1919, discussion on ratification of, 163-64, 200-04. See also reference in debate on San Francisco Conference, Resolution Pearkes, Major General G. R., retirement of, 690-92, 697, 709-32 M. (Mr. Bruce) for papers, agreed to, 62-63, 628-29 Information as to, 195 Inquiry for return, 661-62 Pembina, Alta., flood conditions, return ordered (Mr. Kuhl), 431



Pensions. See also War Service Gratuities Blind persons for, average monthly payment, qu. (Mr. Knowles), 813 Canadian armed forces, rates for various disabilities, 817 Canadian Pacific employees involved in 1919 strike, rights of, 817-18 Old age pensions, average amount by provinces (Mr. Knowles), 817-18 Perley, Mr. E. E. (Qu'Appelle) Agriculture estimates, 314 Coarse grains and low grade wheat, freight rates, qu., 289 Farm implements, 785 Farmers, income tax, 348-49 Finance estimates, 314 Hogs, production bonus on, 431-32 Indians, medical services, 337 Munitions and supply estimates, 785 National revenue estimates, 348-56 Oats and barley exports to United States, qu., 647 Royal Canadian Air Force, 514-15 Royal Canadian Navy, 451 Seed grain furnished to Saskatchewan farmers, 1938, return ordered, 196 Soldier settlers, case of, 871 Veterans' Land Act, QuAppelle constituency purchases, qu., 428 War appropriation bill, 451, 514-15, 785, 871 Wheat Crops, 1935-36 to 1944-45, storage charges, qu., 338-39 Final report on 1943-44 crop year, inquiry as to, 242 Petitions. See House of Commons Pharmacists in armed forces, conditions, 667-76 Picard, Mr. L. Philippe (Bellechasse) Building construction, control of, 781-83 Motor vehicles control, 778-81 Munitions and supply estimates, 776-83 Polymer Corporation and rubber production, 776-80 San Francisco conference Official languages, 773 Resolution dealing with, 70-76 War appropriation bill, 776-83 Pigott, J. M., appointment as Director General of Housing Development, qu. (Mr. Coldwell), 756 Pigott Construction Company, contracts awarded to, return ordered (Mr. Nicholson), 194 Poland Decisions of Crimea conference as to, 133-35, 244. See also references in debate on * San Francisco Conference, Resolution Participation of, in San Francisco conference, inquiry, 364-65, 763-64 Polymer Corporation. See Rubber Pope Pius XII, presence of at peace conference suggested by Mr. Dorion, 127-28 Pork. See Meat Post Office Department, estimates, 357 Post-war Prospects of employment in industry, departmental survey of. See Labour Conditions Post-war Reconstruction. See discussion on War Appropriation Bill Ministerial statement of government policy as to employment and income, 808-10 Pottier, Mr. V. J. (Shelburne-Yarmouth-Clare) Royal Canadian Navy, 423 San Francisco conference, 264-67 War appropriation bill, 423 Pouliot, Mr. Jean-Fransois (Temiscouata) Barclays Bank directors, in Munitions and Supply department, 805-06 Borden, Elliot, Sankey and Kelley, legal services, return ordered, 62 Barclays Bank, connection with, 824-27 Borden, Henry, K.C. Employment and payments, return ordered, 107, 805-06 Burchell, Smith, Parker and Fogo, employment and payments to, return ordered, 107-08 Canadian army, 604-36 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Good Friday programmes, 242 Canadian forces, officers with duty in Canada only, inquiry for return, 198, 243 Civil service positions preference for veterans, 705-06 Duration of parliament, motion for adjournment, 594-96, 753-54 Housing, government policy, request for statement of, 110 Interim supply bill, 884 Kearney, Duquet and MacKay, payments to, return ordered, 108 Kennedy, Colonel Joan, reference to, 706-07 Leckie, Air Marshal, use of plane, 706 Magee, Colonel A. A., K.C., payments to, return ordered, 107 Members of parliament, press report of visit to Washington, 293 Motor vehicle permits, lack of bilingual officials, 703 Munitions and supply estimates, 805-06, 823-27 National defence estimates, 604-36, 705-37 Ottawa, government purchase of real estate, return ordered, 108 Pearkes, Major-General, retirement of, 732-34


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Pouliot, Mr. Jean-Fraru;ois-Con. Privilege 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 Ralston, Stuart Bowman, employment, return ordered, 195 San Francisco conference, 90-95 Turner, the late John Mouat, 3-4 War appropriation bill, 604-36, 705-37, 823-27 Procedure, 9 Second reading, amendment (Mr. Dorion), 866 Wartime information board, salaries and living expenses, qu., 504 Powell River wharf, facilities for local shipping, 294, 345, 365, qu. (Mr. Cruick-shank, 428 Power, Hon. C. G. (Quebec South) Breadner, Air Marshal, pension, 516-19 Royal Canadian Air Force, 516-19 War appropriation bill, 516-19, 868 Power, J. H., K.C., New Glasgow, N.S., legal services, return ordered (Mr. Black, Cumberland), 195 Power control, statement of Mr. Howe, 750 Precedence of government notices of motion and government order. See House of Commons, Business of the House Prefabricated Houses. See Housing Preseott-Ogdensburg Ferry, subsidy, qu. (Mr. Coldw'ell), 650 Press, Ottawa Journal on "Misunderstanding Dumbarton Oaks", 307-08 Prime Ministers' Conference at London, in 1944, statement issued on May 17, 1944, at close of, 263 Prince Edward Island, car ferry, qu. (Mr. Hanson, York-Sunbury), 645-46 Prison Reform, royal commission on, implementing of report, qu. (Mr. Church), 429 Prisoners of War Statement respecting conditions among Canadians in Germany, 149, 764-65, 816 Statement with respect to sending of parcels by next of kin, 196-97, 287-88 Private Enterprise, and demobilization of war controls, 854-55 Pumps for farmers. See Farm Pumps Purdy, Mr. G. T. (Colchester-Hants) Royal Canadian Navy, 444 War appropriation bill, 444 Qu'Appelle Constituency, settlement under Veterans' Land Act, qu. (Mr. Perley), 428 Quebec (city), arsenals, employees, qu. (Mr. LaCroix), 290-91 Quebec (province) Agreement for surrender of provincial taxation rights, qu. (Mr. Lalonde), 190 Conscription for overseas service, correspondence with government, return ordered (Mr. Lalonde), 63 Quebec Conference, 1944, qu. (Mr. Raymond), 291 Quelch, Mr. Victor (Acadia) Alberta drought areas, irrigation, 785-88 Munitions and supply estimates, 785-88 National defence estimates, 741-43 San Francisco conference, 76-81 Soldier settlers, 876-77 War appropriation bill, 741-43, 785-88, 876-77 Questions *Alaska highway Costs of construction (Mr. Black, Yukon), 812 Haines cut-off (Mr. Black, Yukon), 426 Maintenance and acquisition of buildings (Mr. Black, Yukon), 291-92 Alberta migration schemes (Mr. Gershaw), 338 American Sterilizer, Canada representatives (Mr. Aylesworth), 649 Apple growers, assistance to (Mr. Hatfield), 194 Beef, pork and mutton in Canada (Mr. Ross, Souris), 194 Blind, pensions for, Northwest Territories, average monthly payments by provinces (Mr. Knowles), 813 Bretton Woods agreement, powers and rights given up by Canada under (Mr. McGeer), 646 Canadian forces Drummondville disturbances (Mr. Cho-quette), 427 Rotation leave (Mr. Case), 649-50 Vocational training (Mr. Mutch), 290 Walking out uniforms (Mr. Lockhart), 107 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Good Friday programmes (Mr. Church), 193-94, 340 Canadian Institute of International Affairs (Mr. Church), 650-51



Questions-C on. Canadian National Railways, supervising officers, salaries of (Mr. Knowles), 644 Canol project Closing down of (Mr. Black, Yukon), 427 Construction costs (Mr. Black, Yukon), 812 Carr, Samuel, naturalization (Mr. Bruce), 61 Clare Shipbuilding Company, Meteghan, N.S. (Mr. Gillis), 426 Coarse grains and low grade wheat, freight rates (Mr. Perley), 289 Defence Industries Limited, Parry Sound, Ont., plant (Mr. Noseworthy), 289, 754 Edmonton-Fairbanks telephone lines (Mr. Black, Yukon), 650 Eisner, Doctor Bela, employment (Mr. Knowles), 649 Enemy aliens, seizure of patents and formulas, (Mr. Ross, Hamilton East), 107 Exports, 1939-40 (Mr. Hansell), 428 Fisheries department, Sydney, N.S., offices (Mr. Gillis), 426 Fort Norman oil wells (Mr. Black, Yukon), 291, 430 Hecla, M., dock (Mr. Bryce), 193, 646 Hospital ship Letitia (Mr. Aylesworth), 288 Hospitals, asylums and other institutions, assistance to provinces (Mr. Lalonde), 61 ousing Agreements with municipalities, etc. (Mr. Coldwell), 755 / Director of in Reconstruction department (Mr. Coldwell), 756 J Saskatchewan, qu. (Mr. Bence). 842-43 J Hudson's Bay Company, taxes (Mr. Hatfield), 289 Income tax, rural investigators, cost of collection from farmers (Mr. Winkler), 339 Indians Military service (Mr. Castleden), 62, 193 Industrial development bank (Mr. Fraser, Peterborough West), 290 Loans, branch offices (Mr. Coldwell), 650 International Bureau for research into the causes of war (Mr. Winkler), 194 Japanese nationals Interpreters, service as (Mr. Maclnnis), 649 Post-war allocation (Mr. Reid), 339 Kingston Cold Storage, subsidies (Mr. Aylesworth), 192 Liverpool, NR., prefabricated houses (Mr. Gillis), 426 . McNaughton, General Date of retirement (Mr. Ross, Souris), 292 Pension (Mr. Ross, Souris), 191 Superannuation or retiring allowance (Mr. Ross, Souris), 429 Questions-Con. Meat Assistance to Great Britain (Mr. Church), 193 Packing plants and abattoirs, release of employees (Mr. Ross, Souris), 288-89 Migration within the empire (Mr. Church), 813 Millard, C. H., Seamen's Union, permission to visit overseas fighting front (Mr. Bruce), 189-90 Mobilization Act Order in council of November, 1944, men drafted under (Mr. Hanson, York-Sunbury), 812 Reinforcements, absence without leave and desertions (Mr. Bruce), 503-04, 811-12 "Money", periodical (Mr. Blackmore), 648 National defence, ordnance stores (Mr. Black, Cumberland), 292 National film board, staff, wage conditions (Mr. Knowles), 754 National flag and national anthem (Mr. LaCroix), 648-49 N.R.M.A. troops on Toronto construction projects (Mr. Homuth), 192-93 North West Field Force, 1885, pensions (Mr. Church), 193 Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island Regiment (Mr. Black, Cumberland), 426-27 Oats and barley exports to United States (Mr. Perley), 647 Old age pensions, Northwest Territories, average payments by provinces (Mr. Knowles), 813 Ottawa Car and Aircraft Limited, layoffs (Mr. Knowles), 291 Powell River wharf (Mr. Cruickshank), 428 Prescott-Ogdensburg ferry (Mr. Coldwell), 650 Prison reform, royal commission, implementation of report (Mr. Church), 429 Prince Edward Island ferry (Mr. Hanson, York-Sunbury), 645-46 Quebec arsenals, employees (Mr. LaCroix), 290-91 Quebec conference, 1944 (Mr. Raymond), 291 Quebec province, agreement for surrender of provincial taxing rights (Mr. Lalonde), 190 Red Deer, Alta., dominion government office space (Mr. Shaw), 425-26 Royal Canadian Air Force Assiniboia, Sask., station (Mr. Shaw), 61-62 Dog Creek, B.C., airfield (Mr. Maclnnis), No. 12 equipment depot, Montreal (Mr. Ross, Souris), 646 St. Honor5, Q'ue , airport (Mr. Lacornbe), 645


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Questions-Con. St. John's, Newfoundland, naval barrack (Mr. Fraser, Peterborough West), 425 St. Lawrence river ice-breakers (Mr. La-combe), 755 Saskatchewan treasury bills held by Finance department (Mr. Castleden), 191-92 Seventh victory loan (Mr. Tripp), 648 Sugar control (Mr. Blackmore), 289 Toronto shipbuilding plant (Mr. Church), 428 Trans-Canada Air Lines Gander, Newfoundland (Mr. Fraser, Peterborough West), 425 Torbay, Newfoundland (Mr. Fraser, Peterborough West), 425 Treasury bills from provinces, held by government (Mr. Castleden), 644-45 Unemployment insurance commission Maritime region employees (Mr. Hazen), 647-48, 814 Regina office space (Mr. Knowles), 190 UNRRA, administrative expenses (Mr. Raymond), 192 Veterans' insurance, income tax (Mr. White), 191 Veterans' Land Act District offices, Quebec province (Mr. Choquette), 812-13 Haldimand county settlement (Mr. Senn), 338 Lincoln county, Ont. (Mr. Lockhart), 61 Manitoba farms purchased (Mr. Ross, Souris), 429-30 Purchases of land, total acreage by provinces (Mr. Wright), 339 Qu'Appelle constituency purchases (Mr. Perley), 428 Simeoe county purchases (Mr. McCuaig), 649 Tractors and farm machinery (Mr. Ross, Souris), 194, 292 Victoria and Carleton, N.B., purchases (Mr. Hatfield), 424-25 Vezina, Rene, Montmorency village, sale of radio licences (Mr. LaCroix), 504 War refugees admitted to Canada, 1944-45, racial origin (Mr. Dorion), 107 War service electors, non-resident wives, entitlement to the franchise (Mr. Hatfield), 192 Wartime information board, salaries and living expenses of certain personnel (Mr. Pouliot), 504 Wartime prices and trade board, permits for making of double-breasted coats (Mr. Fraser, Peterborough West), 427 Waterville, N.S., emergency landing field (Mr. Black, Yukon), 755-56 Wheat Crops of 1935-36 to 1944-45, storage charges (Mr. Perley), 338-39 Questions-Con. Wheat-Con. Participation certificates (Mr. Ross, Souris), 191 Whitehorse oil refinery, use of surplus oil on streets (Mr. Black, Yukon), 812 Wives of members of armed forces, voting privileges (Mr. Hatfield), 427 Radio Broadcasting. See also Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Licences for new stations in Saskatchewan and Alberta, question as to issue, 431 Permits for stations in western Canada, inquiry, 344-45 Railways. See Canadian National Railways; Canadian Pacific Railway; Freight Rates Ralston, Hon. J. L. (Prince) Canadian army, casualties, 584-85 National defence estimates, 584-85, 597-620, 693-700 War appropriation bill, 584-85 , 597-620, 693-700 Ralston, Stuart Bowman, work in Patent and Copyright Office, return ordered (Mr. Pouliot), 195 Rationing Government policy, inquiry, 702, 845 Meat. See Meat Raymond, Mr. Maxime (Beauharnois-La-prairie) National defence estimates, 625, 679-81 Quebec conference, 1944, qu., 291 San Francisco conference Resolution respecting, 267-71 UNRRA, administrative expenses, qu., 192 War appropriation bill, 625, 679-81 Reconstruction. See also Post-war Reconstruction ' . Reconstruction Committee, recommendations on post-war employment, 774-75 Reconstruction Department Director General of Housing, J. M. Pigott, qu. (Mr. Coldwell), 756 Ministerial statement as to government policy on employment and income, 808-11 References to pamphlet, 853-57, 879-83 Red Deer, Alta., Dominion government office space, qu. (Mr. Shaw), 425-26 Refugees. See War Refugees Regina, Sask., unemployment insurance commission office space, qu. (Mr. Knowles), 190



Rehabilitation Branch. See Veterans Affairs Department Reid, Mr. Thomas (New Westminster) Japanese nationals, post-war allocation, qu., 339 Royal Canadian Navy, 437-44 War appropriation bill, 437-44 Retiring Allowances. See discussion under National Defence, Royal Canadian Air Force Returns Ordered Amsterdam, Sask., post office (Mr. Nicholson), 293 Battle areas, permits to civilians to visit (Mr. Winkler), 340 Beef, shipments to Great Britain and United States since 1940 (Mr. Castleden), 430 Borden, Henry, K.C., payments to (Mr. Pouliot), 107 Borden, Elliot, Sankey and Kelley, legal services (Mr. Pouliot), 62 Burchell, Charles J., employment and1 payments (Mr. Pouliot), 107-08 Burchell, Smith, Parker and Fogo, payments to (Mr. Pouliot), 108 Canadian armed forces Checking of leave passes at trains (Mr. Church), 341 Intake, etc. (Mr. Purdy), 651 Press and public relations officers (Mr. Church), 430 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, French language stations (Mr. Diefenbaker), 756 Canadian National exhibition grounds, Toronto, housing of soldiers (Mr. Church), 430 Canadian army, Drummondville and Gatineau Mills, Que., disturbances (Mr. Bruce), 195 Cheese and powdered milk exports (Mr. LaCroix), 814 Edmonton Aircraft repair plant (Mr. Cold-well), 756 Empire Parliamentary Association payments by (Mr. Lacombe), 430 Genelco Limited, capital investment (Mr. Fraser, Peterborough West), 195 Home defence troops (Mr. Diefenbaker), 651 Housing, Toronto (Mr. Church), 195 Indians, Haldimand treaty (Mrs. Nielsen), 108 Inquiries for Officers with duty in Canada only, 198, 243 Pearkes, Major-General, retirement of, 661-62 Returns Ordered-Con. Kearney, Duquet and MacKay employment and payments to (Mr. Pouliot), 108 McNaughton, General, pension (Mr. Ross, Souris), 292 Magee, Colonel Allan Angus, K.C., employment by government and payments (Mr. Pouliot), 107 Maritime provinces airfield (Mr. Black, Cumberland), 292-93 Mont Joli, Que., airport (Mr. LaCroix), 814 National Health and Welfare department, employees receiving over $3,000 (Mr. Choquette), 814 Ottawa, government purchase of real estate in (Mr. Pouliot), 108 Passed subject to usual reservation as to confidential or privileged correspondence, 62-63 Pearkes, Major-General, retirement, correspondence (Mr. Bruce), 62-63, 195 Pembina, Alta., flood conditions (Mr. Kuhl), 431 Power, J. H. New Glasgow, N.S., legal services (Mt. Black, Cumberland) 195 Ralston, Stuart Bowman, work in Patent and Copyright Office (Mr. Pouliot), 195 Riviere Colombier, Que., postmastership (Mr. Dorion), 196 Royal Air Force, Penhold station, damage to property (Mr. Shaw), 340 St. Paul du Nord, Que., postmastership, (Mr. Dorion), 195 Seed grain loans to Saskatchewan, 1938 (Mr. Wright), 196; (Mr. Perley), 196 Soldier settlement Clear titles, granting of (Mr. Fair), 196 Collections of principal and interest (Mr. Fraser, Peterborough West), 195 Sugar beet industry, assistance to producers (Mr. Blaekmore), 340 Sugar industry, excise tax (Mr. Winkler), 108 Sunnybrook hospital, Toronto (Mr. Church), 651 Thompson Machinery Company, Liverpool, N.S. (Mr. Gil'lis) 430 Tidewater Construction Company, Eastern Woodworkers (Mr. Black, Cumberland), 651 Unemployment insurance commission Regina premises, rental (Mr. Knowles), 431 United States defence projects in Canada, Fort Me Murray, Alta. (Mr. Dechene), 340 War Assets Corporation Heavy trucks, sale of (Mr. Fraser, Peterborough West), 195


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Returns Ordered-Con. War Assets Corporation-Con. Sale of air force boots (Mr. Fraser, Peterborough West), 430 Wartime Housing Limited, Pigott Construction Company contracts (Mr. Nicholson), 194 Wartime Information Board, speakers engaged (Mr. Fraser, Peterborough West), 430 Whitehorse, Yukon, radio station (Mr. Black, Yukon), 756 Rheaume, Mr. Martial (St. Johns-Iberville-Napierville) Embargo on hay, 703 Rickard, Mr. W. F. (Durham) San Francisco conference, 238-40 Riviere Colombier, Que., postmastership, return ordered (Mr. Dorion), 195 Roebuck, Mr. A. W. (Trinity) San Francisco conference, 106, 110-14 Roosevelt, President of the United States Death of, 836-39 Adjournment of house, and expression of sorrow of Canadian parliament and people, 837-39 Message to President Truman on assumption of office as President of the United States, 839 Rose, Mr. Fred (Cartier) Business of the house, proceeding with, 763 Jewish homeland in Palestine, establishment of, 100-01 . San Francisco conference, 96-101 Ross, Mr. D. G. (St. Paul's) Munitions and Supply estimates, 796-98 National defence estimates, 700-01 Privilege, reference to remarks in debate on April 10 by Mr. Gardiner, 808 Royal Canadian Navy, 420-21 War appropriation bill, 420,21, 700-01, 796-98 Ross, Mr. G. H. (Calgary East) Alberta bonded indebtedness, refunding of, 17-18 Ross, Mr. J. A. (Souris) Beef, pork and mutton, in Canada, qu., 194 Draftees for overseas service, number sent, and deserters, 386 Farm labour, 326-27 Farm pumps, inquiry as to increased quota, 345 Farmers, income tax, 349-53 Labour estimates, 326-27 McNaughton, General Date of retirement, qu., 292, 386-87 Ross, Mr. J. A.-Con. McNaughton, General-Con. Pension, qu., 191, return ordered, 292 386-87 Superannuation or retiring allowance, qu., 429, 692 Meat packing plants and abattoirs, release of employees, qu., 288-89 National defence estimates, 625-26, 690-92, 727-31 National revenue estimates, 349-54 Pearkes, Major-General, retirement of, 690, 727-31 Rehabilitation of returned veterans, 385-89 Royal Canadian Air Force, No. 12 equipment depot, Montreal, qu., 646 Royal Canadian Navy, 444 Veterans' Land Act Manitoba, qu., dropped, 194 , 429-30 Tractors and farm machinery, qu., 194, 243 Windsor area land, alleged excessive payments for, 506-07 War appropriation bill, 385-89, 444, 591, 62526, 690-92, 727-31 Wheat, participation certificates, qu., 191 Ross, Mr. J. Gordon (Moose Jaw) Air training plan, winding-up ceremonies, 343 San Francisco conference, 55-58 War appropriations bill, 388 Ross, Mr. T. H. (Hamilton East) Enemy aliens, seizure of patents and formulas, qu., 107 Rowe, Hon. W. Earl (Dufferin-Simeoe) Grey North by-election, 760-62 McNaughton, General, statement in Grey North by-election, 726 National defence estimates, 742 N.R.M.A. troops, demobilizing of, 436 Pouliot, Mr., reference to, 732-33 War appropriation bill, 742 Roy, Mr. J. S. (Gaspe) Dunkirk, occupation of by Germans, 445, 797-98 Munitions and supply estimates, 797-98, 82829 Precedence of government orders, M. (Mr. Mackenzie King), 6 Royal Canadian Navy, 445 San Francisco conference, 278-83 War appropriation bill, 445, 797-801, 828-29, 85K53 Royal Air Force Loss of aircraft en route to Canada with Air Ministry Officials, 286-87 Penhold station, damage to property, return ordered (Mr. Shaw), 340



Royal Assent, 338, 364 Royal Canadian Air Force. See National Defence Royal Canadian Navy. See National Defence Royal Commission, prison reform, report, implementing of, qu. (Mr. Church), 429 Rubber Control and production of synthetic rubber, 748-49, 855-58 Sarnia synthetic rubber plant, 771, 776-77 St. Honore, Que., airport, qu: (Mr. Lacombe), 654 St. John's, Newfoundland, naval barracks, qu. (Mr. Fraser, Peterborough West), 425, 438-39 St. Laurent, Hon. Louis S. (Minister of Justice) Defence of Canada regulations, report under paragraph 3 of section 21, 15 Drummondville, Que., disturbances, investigation by Inspector Zaneth, qu. (Mr. Choquette), 427 Royal commission on prison reform, implementing of report, qu. (Mr. Church), 429 Telephone wires used by member of parliament, alleged tapping of, 286 St. Lawrence River, icebreakers, qu. (Mr. Lacombe), 755 St. Mary and Redcliffe-Ronelane irrigation scheme, qu. (Mr. Gershaw), 338, 78384, 880-81 St. Paul du Nord, Que., postmastership, return ordered (Mr. Dorion), 195 San Francisco Conference Beef shipments from Canada, request for 500,000 pounds, 652 Canadian delegation Announcement of seven members to comprise, 652-57 Invitation from United States government, 7-8, 20-22 Senior advisers to be present, 655 Official languages, inquiry as to, 763-64 Poland, representation of, 763 Proposed general international organization for maintenance of peace and security, joint resolution to be passed by both Senate and House of Commons M. (Mr. Mackenzie King), 20-22, agreed to on division, 312-13 Amendment (Mr. Hansell), 275, ruled out of order, 275-76 San Francisco Conference-Con. Proposed joint resolution-Con. M. (Mr. Mackenzie King) for consideration at next sitting, 10, agreed to, 14 Statements of Mr. Mackenzie King and debate on resolution, 20-60, 63-106, 110-47, 151-89, 199-240, 243-84, 294-313 Proposals to come before, summary of, 20-28 Purpose of, 22. See also generally under this title, Joint resolution Resolution respecting, procedure in debate on, 18-20 Status of delegates chosen outside government ranks, 311-12 Voting powers in United Nations Assembly, participation of Poland and Argentina, 364-65 Saskatchewan Housing loans, security agreements, 701, 814, 842-43 Indians, military service, qu. (Mr. Castle-den), 193 Seed grain loans to in 1938, returns ordered (Mr. Wright), 196; (Mr. Perley), 196 Treasury bills held by Finance department, qu. (Mr. Castleden), 191-92 Saskatchewan River, water conservation, 769-73 Security Council. See discussion on San Francisco conference, Joint resolution Seed Corn, export requirements for Greece and Yugoslavia, 652-702 Seed Grain Loans to Saskatchewan in 1938, returns ordered (Mr. Wright), 196, Mr. Perley, 196 Selective Service. See National Selective Service Senior Officers, retired list- of. See National Defence, Canadian army Senn, Mr. Mark C. (Haldimand) Farm implement, supply of, 751 Farm leave, 671 Farm tractors and trucks, 804 Farm workers, selective service regulations, 17, 325 Labour estimates, 325 Meat situation, request for clarification of, 240-41, 431 Veterans' Land Act, Haldimand county settlement, qu., 338 War appropriation bill, 671, 804 Seventh Victory Loan, qu. (Mr. Tripp), 648 Shaw, Mr. F. D. (Red Deer) Assiniboia, Sask., Royal Canadian Air Force station, qu., 61-62


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Shaw, Mr. F. D.-Con. Cigarettes sent by Red Cross to soldiers overseas, excise tax, 396-97 Memorial cross, granting to foster parents, 304-95 Red Deer, Alta., Dominion government office space, qu., 425-26 Rehabilitation of service personnel, 394-97 Royal Air Force, Penhold station, damage to property, return ordered, 340 San Francisco conference, 143-45 War appropriation bill, 394-97 War service gratuities, 394-97 Ship Repair and salvage control, 750 Shipbuilding Industry. See also Vessels Recommendations made for furtherance of interests of Canadian marine transportation, 846-51 Toronto plant, inquiry as to closing down of, 109 Simonds, Saint John county, N.B., mail delivery service, 357 Six Nations. See Indians Sixth Session of the Nineteenth Parliament Opening, 1 Slaght, Mr. A. G. (Parry Sound) Breadner, Air Marshal, retirement, 512 City of peace, location of in Canada suggested, 84-85 National defence estimates, 615-16, 709 San Francisco conference, 81-85 War appropriation bill, 615-16, 709 Smith, Private Ernest Alvia (Smoky) citation on granting of Victoria Cross to, 569-70 Smuts, Field Marshal San Francisco conference, M. 164 Proposed visit to Canada, 312 Social Credit Party, International organization, attitude on, 151-56 Soldier Settlement. See also Veterans' Land Act Brief presented by association to parliament, 361-62, 400-03, 869-75 Clear titles, granting of, return ordered (Mr. Fair), 196 Collections of principal and interest (Mr. Fair), 195 South Africa, Canadian nurses enlisting for service in, 629-30, 677-78, 686, 741 Sovereignty, surrender of under world economic authority. See discussions on San Francisco Conference, resolution respecting 32283-59 Soviet Russia, denunciation of neutrality pact with Japan, 505 Speaker (Hon. James Allison Glen, Marquette) House of Commons staff, classification, recommendations of civil service commission, tabled, 106 Rulings Adjournment, motions for under standing order 31, urgency of, 594-96, 753-54 Amendments, motion to, must be relevant to main question, 275-76 Bills, introduction, procedure governing, 106 Debate, participation in either by questioning or making speech, effect of, 32-34 House not in committee, members asking questions forego right to make speeches later, 32-34 Interruptions, 203 Language "Belittle Canada's war effort," 305-06 Motions Notice of, 9 Precedence for government orders, for, 6 Order paper, none on first day of session, 9 Orders of the day Questions asked on which should be placed on order paper, 196, 703 Questions on, must not contain statement of fact, 150-51 Questions during debate, status of, 135 San Francisco conference, procedure in debate on resolution, 60-61 Staff of the house, memorandum with respect to, 106, 294 Speech from the Throne Opening of the session, 1 Address in reply. See that title Steel Control, statement of Mr. Howe, 749 Steel Subsidies, agreement with Dosco, 868-69 Stettinius, Edward R., Junior, on the Dumbarton Oaks agreement, 90-93 Stirling, Hon. Grote (Yale) Canadian army, farm leave for soldiers, 651 Dominion elections, minimum number of days prescribed by Chief Electoral Officer, 845-46 Fisheries estimates, 317 Interim supply bill, 884 Munitions and supply estimates, 751 National defence estimates, 739-40 Royal Canadian Navy, 419-22, 436-39 Pacific war, engagement in, 436-39 War appropriation bill, 419-22, 436-39, 739-40, 751



Sugar Beet. See that title Control, qu. (Mr. Blackmore), 289 Industry, exoise tax, return ordered (Mr. Winkler), 108 Sunnybrooke Hospital. See Toronto Supplementary Estimates. See Estimates Supply. See also Estimates Committee of, 313-38, 345-63 Further supplementary estimates, 313-38, 345-63 Interim supply Procedure necessary in granting of, 8 M. (Mr. Mackenzie King) for appointment, agreed to, 7 Subjects and items discussed Agriculture, 313, 363 Finance, 314-16 Fisheries, 317 Labour, 317-36 Mines and Resources, 336-38, 345-46 National Health and Welfare, 346-48 National Revenue, 348-56 Post Office, 357 Trade and Commerce, 357 Veterans' Affairs, 357-63 Supply Bills 1. Bill No. 2 (further supplementary estimates for 1944-45) for granting to His Majesty the sum of $5,654,976.27 on account of certain expenses of the public service for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1945-Mr. Ilsley res., 1 r., 2r., com., 3r., 363 2. Interim supply bill (five-twelfths and onetwelfth) for granting to His Majesty the sums of $437,749.83 and $148,845,000.59 on account -of certain expenses of the public service for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1946-Mr. Ilsley res., 907-09; lr., 2r., com., 3r., 884-85 Sydney, N.S. Fisheries offices, qu. (Mr. Gillis), 426 Naval establishment ,cost of construction, 844 Synthetic Rubber. See Rubber Taxation Excise tax, sugar industry, return ordered (Mr. Winkler), 108 Income tax Farmers, method of assessing, 348-56 Offices, appropriation for, 348-56 Question as to postponement until August 31 of filing of 1944 return, 293 Rural investigators, cost of collection from farmers, qu. (Mr. Winkler), 339 United Mine Workers, District 26, deductions in respect of year 1943, 651-52 Thompson Machinery Company, Liverpool, N.S., return ordered (Mr. Gillis), 430 Tidewater Construction Company, Eastern Woodworkers, contracts, return ordered (Mr. Black, Cumberland), 651 Timber Control, statement of Mr. Howe, 749 Torbay, Newfoundland, Trans-Canada Air Lines, property, qu. (Mr. Fraser, Peterborough West), 425 Toronto, Ont. Canadian National exhibition grounds, housing of soldiers, return ordered (Mr. Church), 430 Construction projects, N.R.M.A. men on, qu. (Mr. Homuth), 192-93 Housing situation, return ordered (Mr. Church), 195, 701, 816-17 Shipbuilding plant, closing down of, 110, qu. (Mr .Church), 428 Sunnybrook hospital, return ordered (Mr. Church), 651 Tractors and Trucks. See Motor Vehicles Trade and Commerce Department Canada Grain Act, administration, 357 Estimates, 357 Mail subsidies and steamship subventions, 357 Trans-Canada Air Lines Gander, Newfoundland airport, qu. (Mr. Fraser, Peterborough West), 425 Torbay, Newfoundland, property, qu. (Mr. Fraser, Peterborough West), 425 Transit Control, statement of Mr. Howe, 750 Treasury Bills. See Finance Tripp, Mr. J. P. (Assiniboia) Seventh victory loan, qu., 648 Truman, President, message on assumption of office as President of the United States, 839 Tucker, Mr. W. A. (Rosthern) San Francisco conference, 165-69 Turner, the late John Mouat, tributes to, 2-4 Tustin, Mr. G. J. (Prince Edward-Lennox) Bank inspection, 315 Finance estimates, 315 Royal Canadian Air Force, 522 War appropriation bill, 522 Ukrainians, price paid for Soviet victory by, reference of Edgar Snow in Saturday Evening Post, 229-30


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Unemployment Insurance, tabling of report of advisory committee, 106 Unemployment Insurance Commission Maritime region employees, qu. (Mr. Hazen), 647-48, 814 Regina office space, qu. (Mr. Knowles), 190; return ordered (Mr. Knowles), 431 United Mine Workers, District 26, deductions in respect of year 1943, 651-52 United Nations Conference at San Francisco on April 25, 1945. See San Francisco conference United States. See also Roosevelt, President Canada's reputation in, lowering of, reference of Mr. Hanson (York-Sunbury), 247, 250-51 Defence projects in Canada, disposition of, Fort McMurray buildings, return ordered (Mr. Dechene)., 340. See also Alaska highway UNRRA, administrative expenses, qu. (Mr. Raymond), 192 Venereal Diseases, appropriation for combatting, 346-48 Vessels. See also Shibuilding Hospital ship "Letitia", qu. (Mr. Ayles-worth), 288 Naval vessels and ships, production, 746-47 Veterans Affairs Department Availability of tractors for returning soldiers engaged in farming, 243 Estimates, 357-63 Press releases, inclusion of leaflet advertising a chartered bank, 197 Regulations tabled, 424 Rehabilitation division, 357-62 Widows' compassionate allowances, 362-63 Veterans' Insurance, income tax, qu. (Mr. White), 191 Veterans' Land Act. See also Soldier Settlement Acreage purchased, settlement, etc., qu. (Mr. Wright), dropped, 193 Administration, 868-76 Clear titles, granting of to veterans of world war I, return ordered (Mr. Fair), 196 District offices, Quebec province, qu. (Mr. Ohoquette), 812-13 Haldimand county settlement, qu. (Mr. Senn), 338 Lincoln County, Ont., settlement, qu. (Mr. Lockhart), 61 Manitoba farms purchased by, qu. (Mr. Ross, Souris), 194, 429 Purchases of land, total acreage by provinces, qu. (Mr. Wright), 339 Veterans' Land Act-Con. Qu'Appelle constituency purchases, qu. (Mr. Perley), 428 Simcoe' county purchases, qu. (Mr. Mc-Ouaig), 649 Tractors and farm machinery, availability, qu. (Mr. Ross, Souris), 194, 292 Victoria and Carleton, N.B. purchases, qu. (Mr. Hatfield), 424-25 Windsor, Ont., area, alleged excessive payments for land in, 506 Working out of, 402-03 Vezina, Rene, Montmorency Village, Que., sale of radio licences, qu. (Mr. LaCroix), 504 Victoria and Carleton, N.B., purchases under Veterans' Land Act, qu. (Mr. Hatfield), 424 Victoria Cross, awards for gallantry. See National Defence, Canadian armed forces Vocational Training. See under National Defence, Canadian armed forces Voluntary Aid Detachment, nurses serving with Canadian forces, status of, 875 Walking Out Uniforms. See National Defence Canadian forces War. See also National Defence Battle areas, permits to civilians to visit, return ordered (Mr. Winkler), 340 Canadian forces in Italy, 197 Dunkirk, occupation of by Germans, 445, 797-98 International 'Bureau for Research into the causes of, qu. (Mr. Winkler), 194 Japan, against, extent of participation, references to, 433-36 Montreal Gazette editorial on, 506 Military situation in Europe, statement of Mr. Mackenzie King, 197 Resignation of Japanese government, denunciation by Soviet Government of neutrality pact with Japan, 505 Statement as to service of Canadian forces after victory in Europe, Mr. Mackenzie King, 433-36 War Appropriation Bill (Provision for granting to His Majesty aid for national defence and security $2,000,000,000) Bill No. 3; Mr. Ilsley res., 9-10; 365-424, 433-503, 507-594, 596-644, 662-701, 703-752, 766-807, 818-839, 846865; lr., 864; M. (Mr. Ilsley) for 2r., 864, amendment (Mr. Dorion) negatived on division, 867-68; 2r., on division, 868; com., 868-83; 3r., 883


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