July 2, 1952

QUESTIONS PASSED AS ORDERS FOR RETURNS

RESERVE FORCE OFFICERS, EASTERN COMMAND PAY AND ALLOWANCES

PC

Mr. Lennard:

Progressive Conservative

1. How many reserve force officers in the eastern command received pay and allowances in excess of $800 during the calendar year 1951?

2. What are their names and what were the amounts each received?

Topic:   QUESTIONS PASSED AS ORDERS FOR RETURNS
Subtopic:   RESERVE FORCE OFFICERS, EASTERN COMMAND PAY AND ALLOWANCES
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RESERVE FORCE OFFICERS, WESTERN COMMAND PAY AND ALLOWANCES

PC

Mr. Lennard:

Progressive Conservative

1. How many reserve force officers in the western command received pay and allowances in excess of $800 during the calendar year 1951?

2. What are their names, and what were the amounts each received?

Topic:   QUESTIONS PASSED AS ORDERS FOR RETURNS
Subtopic:   RESERVE FORCE OFFICERS, WESTERN COMMAND PAY AND ALLOWANCES
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RESERVE FORCE OFFICERS, CENTRAL COMMAND PAY AND ALLOWANCES

PC

Frank Exton Lennard

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Lennard:

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1. How many reserve force officers in the central command received pay and allowances in excess of $800 during the calendar year 1951?

2. What are their names, and what were the amounts each received?

Topic:   RESERVE FORCE OFFICERS, CENTRAL COMMAND PAY AND ALLOWANCES
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RESERVE FORCE OFFICERS, PRAIRIE COMMAND PAY AND ALLOWANCES

PC

Mr. Lennard:

Progressive Conservative

1. How many reserve force officers in the prairie command received pay and allowances in excess of $800 during the calendar year 1951?

2. What are their names, and what were the amounts each received?

Topic:   RESERVE FORCE OFFICERS, PRAIRIE COMMAND PAY AND ALLOWANCES
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GOVERNMENT ADVERTISING

COCKFIELD, BROWN AND COMPANY

CCF

Mr. Knowles: (Whip of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation)

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

1. During each fiscal year, commencing with the year ending March 31, 1945, how much advertising, by dollars, has been placed by each department of the federal government, or by any branch or division or agency operating under any department, through Cockfield, Brown and Company, Limited?

2. Who is the Ottawa representative of this firm?

3. On what basis is such advertising placed through this firm?

4. Through what other firms has advertising been placed during each of the fiscal years set out in question No. 1, and what is the total amount placed through each such other firm?

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Topic:   GOVERNMENT ADVERTISING
Subtopic:   COCKFIELD, BROWN AND COMPANY
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INDIAN HEAD AND SWIFT CURRENT

MINERAL AND OIL RIGHTS

CCF

Mr. Wright:

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

1. Does the dominion government hold the mineral and oil rights on the land included in the dominion experimental farms at Indian Head and Swift Current?

2. Have these mineral and oil rights been disposed of within the last five years?

3. If so, to whom, and on what conditions?

Topic:   INDIAN HEAD AND SWIFT CURRENT
Subtopic:   MINERAL AND OIL RIGHTS
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CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS-TEMPORARY TRACK MEN

IND

Mr. Dube:

Independent Liberal

1. How many temporary track men are employed by the Canadian National Railways at the present time, in extra track gangs working on each of the western, central and Atlantic regions?

2. What wages are paid to these men in each of the above regions?

3. Does the Canadian National Railways collect any amount for board from these men? If so, how much in each of these regions?

Topic:   CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS-TEMPORARY TRACK MEN
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HOUSING

AIR FORCE PERSONNEL

CCF

Mr. Thatcher:

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

1. How many housing units are under construction at Moose Jaw for married personnel, at the new Royal Canadian Air Force air station?

2. Will this be the total number constructed, or are additional units planned?

Topic:   HOUSING
Subtopic:   AIR FORCE PERSONNEL
Sub-subtopic:   MOOSE JAW
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July 2, 1952