October 29, 1951

LIB

Mr. Chevrier: (Minister of Transport)

Liberal

1. No.

2. See answer to No. 1.

Topic:   $ 4,956 4,272 2,496 1.884 2,772 2.568 1.884 1.884 1,668 2,292 2.904 4.080 3,576 4.080 3,444 2,088 1,668 2.568 2.568 1,668 5,208 2,160 2.904 2.568 2,700 5,820 2,772 2,292 HOUSE OF COMMONS
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WAGES PAID TO CHARWOMEN IN MONTREAL GOVERNMENT OFFICES

LIB

Mr. Dupuis:

Liberal

1. What hourly rate of wages was paid to the

charwomen employed in the government offices at Montreal (a) as at January 1, 1950; (b) as at

October 1, 1951?

2. What were the daily working hours of these employees on the above-mentioned dates?

Topic:   WAGES PAID TO CHARWOMEN IN MONTREAL GOVERNMENT OFFICES
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LIB

Mr. Fournier (Hull): (Minister of Public Works; Leader of the Government in the House of Commons; Liberal Party House Leader)

Liberal

1. (a) 56 cents per hour, (b) 70 cents per hour.

2. (a) As of January 1, 1950, the rate of pay was based on 125 hours per month, (b) As of October 1, 1951, the rate of pay was based on 4J hours per day.

Topic:   WAGES PAID TO CHARWOMEN IN MONTREAL GOVERNMENT OFFICES
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FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION-FISHERIES MEETING AT LIMA, PERU-INVITATION TO GOVERNMENT

LIB

Mr. Stuart (Charlotte):

Liberal

1. Did the Canadian government or any official of the Department of Fisheries receive an invitation to attend the Latin-American fisheries meeting

of the food and agriculture organization at Lima, Peru, September 17 last?

2. If so, what official delegate on behalf of Canada attended the meeting?

Topic:   FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION-FISHERIES MEETING AT LIMA, PERU-INVITATION TO GOVERNMENT
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LIB

Mr. MacNaughl: (Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Fisheries)

Liberal

1. No. The Canadian government was notified of the meeting but did not receive an invitation to attend.

2. Answered by 1.

Topic:   FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION-FISHERIES MEETING AT LIMA, PERU-INVITATION TO GOVERNMENT
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QUESTIONS PASSED AS ORDERS FOR RETURNS

BUTTER IMPORTS AND CONTRACTS

PERMITS TO PRIVATE FIRMS OR INDIVIDUALS

PC

Mr. Fraser:

Progressive Conservative

1. What quantity of butter was imported by the government during the first eight months of 1951?

2. What additional quantities have been (a) contracted for; (b) optioned, by the government, and when will delivery be made?

3. What private individuals or firms have been given permits since May 1, 1951, to import butter?

4. On what date was each permit issued?

5. What quantities are allowed under these permits in each case?

Topic:   BUTTER IMPORTS AND CONTRACTS
Subtopic:   PERMITS TO PRIVATE FIRMS OR INDIVIDUALS
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LIB

Frederick Gordon Bradley (Secretary of State of Canada)

Liberal

Mr. Bradley:

Return tabled.

Topic:   BUTTER IMPORTS AND CONTRACTS
Subtopic:   PERMITS TO PRIVATE FIRMS OR INDIVIDUALS
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GOVERNMENT-RENTED PROPERTIES IN WINNIPEG, MAN.

PC

Mr. Diefenbaker:

Progressive Conservative

1. How many buildings, properties or offices are held under lease or rented by the dominion government in the city of Winnipeg, Manitoba?

2. What has been the total expenditure for such rentals in each of the fiscal years 1949, 1950, and monthly since the 1st of January, 1951?

3. What are the particulars of each office or building rented in each of said years, from whom and at what monthly or yearly rental in each case?

Topic:   GOVERNMENT-RENTED PROPERTIES IN WINNIPEG, MAN.
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LIB

Frederick Gordon Bradley (Secretary of State of Canada)

Liberal

Mr. Bradley:

Return tabled.

Topic:   GOVERNMENT-RENTED PROPERTIES IN WINNIPEG, MAN.
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SUBSIDIES, SUBVENTIONS AND REBATES PAID TO DOMINION STEEL AND COAL CORPORATION, 1950

CCF

Mr. Gillis:

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

1. Was any money paid by the federal government to the Dominion Steel and Coal Corporation for the calendar year 1950?

2. If so, what amount by way of (a) subsidy; (b) subvention; (c) rebate under the Maritime Freight Rates Act in the operation of the Sydney and Louisburg Railway?

Topic:   SUBSIDIES, SUBVENTIONS AND REBATES PAID TO DOMINION STEEL AND COAL CORPORATION, 1950
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BUTTER OWNED AND IMPORTED BY GOVERNMENT

IMPORTED BY INDIVIDUALS OR CORPORATIONS

PC

Mr. Fraser:

Progressive Conservative

1. How much Canadian-made butter (a) was owned in Canada by the government on October 1, 1951, and (b) is owned by the government today?

2. How much imported butter (a) was owned in Canada by the government on October 1, 1951, and (b) is owned by the government today?

3. How much butter was imported into Canada from July 1, 1951, to date by (a) the government of Canada; (b) private individuals or corporations?

4. What private individuals or corporations imported this butter and in what volume in each case?

Topic:   BUTTER OWNED AND IMPORTED BY GOVERNMENT
Subtopic:   IMPORTED BY INDIVIDUALS OR CORPORATIONS
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October 29, 1951