May 31, 1950

CCF

Mr. Bryce:

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

1. On what date did Mr. Robert Mclnnes make an offer to purchase government land at Kirkfield Park, Manitoba?

2. Was his offer accepted by the department? It so, on, what date?

1.

Elgin county

Cattle tested

Reactors found

Percentage

Carcasses condemned

Condemnation, compensation paid

Oxford county

Cattle tested

Reactors found

Percentage

Carcasses condemned

Condemnation compensation paid

Topic:   PURCHASE OF GOVERNMENT LAND AT KIRKFIELD PARK, MAN.
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LIB

Mr. Mcllrailh: (Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Trade and Commerce)

Liberal

1. November 3, 1949.

2. Yes. November 7, 1949.

Topic:   PURCHASE OF GOVERNMENT LAND AT KIRKFIELD PARK, MAN.
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COMPENSATION FOR T.B. REACTORS

PC

Mr. Coyle:

Progressive Conservative

1. What number of cattle were condemned to the tank in the recent tubercular tests In each of the counties of Elgin and Oxford, for the years 1947, 1948, 1949 and to date, 1950?

2. How many dollars have been paid to Elgin county farmers for condemned cattle since January 1, 1950?

3. How many dollars have been paid to Oxford county farmers for condemned cattle since January 1, 1950?

Topic:   COMPENSATION FOR T.B. REACTORS
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LIB

Robert McCubbin (Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Agriculture)

Liberal

Mr. McCubbin:

1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 to May 8Nil 21 32,116 2,071Nil 2 3,812 62Nil 9-5% 12-0% 2-1%, Nil 2 436 8Nil $330.46 $59,629.83 $1,140.941950-511947-48 1948-49 1949-50 to May 815,807 35,277 23,763 1,4132,855 7,677 5,662 5818- 0% 21- 8% 23- 8% 4-1%300 999 750 10$32,012.: 25 $156,625 .33 $106,431.64 $900.59 2. Elgin county, $15,987.93 (136 condemned).3. Oxford county, $3,553.48 (31 condemned).

Topic:   COMPENSATION FOR T.B. REACTORS
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PURCHASES OF CANADIAN LUMBER BY UNITED STATES

PC

Mr. Diefenbaker:

Progressive Conservative

1. Has the Canadian Commercial Corporation within the last month been negotiating or making purchases of lumber from the various mills on behalf of the government of the United States?

2. If so, what has been the total amount of lumber purchased to date?

Topic:   PURCHASES OF CANADIAN LUMBER BY UNITED STATES
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LIB

Mr. Mcllrailh: (Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Trade and Commerce)

Liberal

1. The Canadian Commercial Corporation has received from the United States government several invitations to obtain quotations for various species of lumber. These inquiries were referred to the Department of Trade and Commerce, which endeavoured to obtain quotations. One quotation only was received, covering an alternative to the supplies required, and was not acceptable to the United States authorities.

2. Nil.

Topic:   PURCHASES OF CANADIAN LUMBER BY UNITED STATES
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SOLDIER SETTLEMENT

LEGAL SERVICES

PC

George Stanley White

Progressive Conservative

Mr. While (Haslings-Pelerborough):

With reference to page 322 of the estimates for 1950-51, Soldier Settlement and Veterans Land Act, item "Legal fees $100,000":

1. What are the names and addresses of the firms or individuals who received payment under this item?

2. What amount did each firm or individual receive?

3. What was the nature of the work or services rendered by each firm or individual?

Topic:   SOLDIER SETTLEMENT
Subtopic:   LEGAL SERVICES
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PENSION COMMISSION

LEGAL SERVICES

PC

George Stanley White

Progressive Conservative

Mr. While (Haslings-Pelerborough):

With reference to page 319 of the estimates for 1950-51, Canadian pension commission administration, item "Professional and special services, $100,000":

1. What are the names and addresses of the persons who received payment under this item?

2. What amount was paid each individual?

3. What was the nature of the service rendered by each individual?

Topic:   PENSION COMMISSION
Subtopic:   LEGAL SERVICES
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LIB

Milton Fowler Gregg (Minister of Veterans Affairs)

Liberal

Mr. Gregg:

Mr. Speaker, it will be noted

that with reference to these two questions the estimates for 1950-51 are mentioned. As these estimates have not been passed, of course the money has not been spent. I wonder whether the hon. member would care to

reframe his questions, or perhaps take them up when my estimates are before the committee of supply.

Topic:   PENSION COMMISSION
Subtopic:   LEGAL SERVICES
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LIB
PC

George Stanley White

Progressive Conservative

Mr. While (Haslings-Pelerborough):

I was

speaking to the parliamentary assistant to the minister (Mr. Mutch), and I will reword the questions.

Topic:   PENSION COMMISSION
Subtopic:   LEGAL SERVICES
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LIB

UNEMPLOYMENT

DOMESTIC SERVANTS

May 31, 1950