MOVEMENT OF NEWFOUNDLAND FARMERS TO OTTAWA DISTRICT
assistance on feed grain has applied only to carloads, or equivalent shipments by water, delivered to distribution points. Truck movement, if any, has always been regarded as a part of local distribution cost and has not been paid for by the government.
1. Has the Department of Veterans Affairs reached a decision with respect to the claim made by the Ste. Sophie Agricultural Co-operative Society for mill feeds, fertilizer and other goods advanced to Jack Cooper, a veteran?
2. If so, what decision has been reached?
3. Has the Department of Justice been asked to give a legal opinion on this matter?
Subtopic: VETERANS AFFAIRS
Sub-subtopic: CLAIM OF STE. SOPHIE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY AGAINST JACK COOPER
1. In each department or branch of government or board or corporation set up by the government, how many employees, if any, have been discharged or been in any way released for reasons having to do with security?
2. What was the effective date in each such case?
3. What were the position and duties of each such employee at the time of his discharge or release?
Topic: OFFICIAL SECRETS ACT
Sub-subtopic: EMPLOYEES DISCHARGED OR RELEASED
Has a recent order been passed which has the effect of denying to farmers who use trucking service to transport feed grain from lake ports to their farms or feed lots the freight subsidy now paid to railroads?
Topic: FEED GRAIN
Subtopic: TRANSPORT BY TRUCK
Sub-subtopic: APPLICA- TION OF FREIGHT SUBSIDY
For a copy of all correspondence since the 15th day of January, 1948, and to date, between the international joint commission and the government of Canada relative to suggestions and recommendations as to means or methods or public works to be undertaken to prevent a repetition of the flood on the Red river of 1948.
Topic: MOTIONS FOR PAPERS
Subtopic: RED RIVER VALLEY
Sub-subtopic: RECOMMENDATIONS BY INTERNATIONAL JOINT COMMISSION