September 29, 1949

SHAUGHNESSY HOSPITAL

VANCOUVER

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Mr. Maclnnis:

1. How many of the corps of commissionaires are employed at the Shaughnessy hospital, Vancouver?

2. What is the monthly salary of each such employee?

3. When did the existing salary rate come into effect?

Topic:   SHAUGHNESSY HOSPITAL
Subtopic:   VANCOUVER
Sub-subtopic:   CORPS OF COMMISSIONAIRES
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LIB

Frederick Gordon Bradley (Secretary of State of Canada)

Liberal

Mr. Bradley:

Return tabled.

Topic:   SHAUGHNESSY HOSPITAL
Subtopic:   VANCOUVER
Sub-subtopic:   CORPS OF COMMISSIONAIRES
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UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE

SC

Hilliard Harris William Beyerstein

Social Credit

Mr. Beyerstein:

What trades or professions or other employment categories are considered to come within the Unemployment Insurance Act, and what are considered to be outside the act?

Topic:   UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE
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LIB

Paul-Émile Côté (Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Labour)

Liberal

Mr. Cote (Verdun-La Salle):

Return tabled.

Topic:   UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE
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HOUSING

BRITISH VETERANS

CCF

Wilbert Ross Thatcher

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (C.C.F.)

Mr. Thatcher:

What preference, if any, is given to British veterans who have married Canadian girls, in obtaining a wartime house under either the National Housing Act, the V.L.A., or the Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation?

LEGAL SERVICES-MACKAY & MCAVOY

Topic:   HOUSING
Subtopic:   BRITISH VETERANS
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PC

Julian Harcourt Ferguson

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Ferguson:

What amount of money, if any, has been paid to the law firm of MacKay & McAvoy, Owen Sound, Ontario, or to individual members of the firm; namely, F. G. MacKay, K.C., and R. K. McAvoy, since 1945 to the present; and for what purpose were their services retained?

LEGAL SERVICES-ALBERY & BENNETT

Topic:   HOUSING
Subtopic:   BRITISH VETERANS
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PC

Julian Harcourt Ferguson

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Ferguson:

What amount of money, if any, has been paid to the law firm of Albery & Bennett, Meaford, Ontario, or to individual members of the firm; namely, George G. Albery and Colin E. Bennett, since 1945 to the present, and for what purpose were their services retained?

Topic:   HOUSING
Subtopic:   BRITISH VETERANS
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LEGAL SERVICES


TELFORD & MARRON


PC

Julian Harcourt Ferguson

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Ferguson:

What amount of money, if any, has been paid to the law firm of Telford & Marron, Owen Sound, Ontario, or to individual members of the firm; namely, W. P. Telford and Arthur Marron, since 1945 to the present, and for what purpose were their services retained?

Topic:   LEGAL SERVICES
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FEDERAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES, 1948 AND 1949

PC

Mr. Fraser:

Progressive Conservative

1. How many men and women were employed in each department or agency of the government (i) in Ottawa; (ii) outside of Ottawa, on July 31, 1948, showing (a) number of men in each department or agency; (b) number of women in each department or agency; (c) number under civil service; (d) temporary basis?

2. How many men and women were employed in each department or agency of the government (i) in Ottawa; (ii) outside of Ottawa, on July 31, 1949, showing (a) number of men in each department or agency; (b) number of women in each department or agency; (c) number under civil service; (d) temporary basis?

Topic:   FEDERAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES, 1948 AND 1949
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ASSISTANCE TO GOLD MINES

CCF

Mr. Thalcher:

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (C.C.F.)

1. What is the total amount of money which has been paid to gold mines to date, under the Emergency Gold Mining Assistance Act?

2. What gold mines in Canada, if any, have received more than $100,000?

3. Of these, what amount of bonus has each mine received?

Topic:   ASSISTANCE TO GOLD MINES
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HOUSING

September 29, 1949