May 13, 1954

QUESTIONS

POINT EDWARD NAVAL BASE

LIB

Mr. Buchanan:

Liberal

1. How many persons are employed at the Point Edward naval base, (a) civil service; (b) casual?

2. Of such employees, (a) civil service; (b) casual, how many are from (i) Cape Breton North and Victoria; (ii) Cape Breton South?

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Subtopic:   POINT EDWARD NAVAL BASE
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LIB

Ralph Osborne Campney (Associate Minister of National Defence)

Liberal

Mr. Campney:

I am answering part 1 of this question. In view of the fact that the department does not keep records of the employees on the basis of part 2 of the question, I have spoken to the hon. member who asked the question and I understand he is willing to drop it.

1. (a) Classified employees, 211; (b) prevailing rate employees, 317.

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Subtopic:   POINT EDWARD NAVAL BASE
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LIB

Louis-René Beaudoin (Speaker of the House of Commons)

Liberal

Mr. Speaker:

Part 2 dropped.

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Subtopic:   POINT EDWARD NAVAL BASE
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FARM LOANS, SASKATCHEWAN

LIB

Mr. Sluder:

Liberal

1. What was the amount of loans approved under the Canadian farm loan board to farmers In Saskatchewan for the year 1953?

2. What was the total amount of approved loans to Saskatchewan farmers under the Canadian farm loan board, since April 1, 1944?

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Subtopic:   FARM LOANS, SASKATCHEWAN
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Mr. Benidickson: (Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Finance)

Liberal Labour

1. Fiscal year ended March 31, 1954,

2. April 1, 1944 to March 31, 1954,

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Subtopic:   FARM LOANS, SASKATCHEWAN
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$12,608,200. CIVIL DEFENCE WELFARE

LIB

Mr. Macnaughion:

Liberal

1. To date how many persons have been given courses by the federal government in the welfare aspects of civil defence?

2. Who bears the cost of courses given by the federal government in the welfare aspects of civil defence?

Topic:   $12,608,200. CIVIL DEFENCE WELFARE
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LIB

Mr. Martin: (Minister of National Health and Welfare)

Liberal

1. Almost 500 persons from all over Canada have taken courses in civil defence welfare conducted by the Department of National Health and Welfare and now held at the

federal civil defence college at Amprior. These courses enable the persons completing them to give training in civil defence welfare to others in their own province.

2. All expenses in respect to these courses, which are given by the Department of National Health and Welfare to persons nominated by the provincial civil defence authorities, are borne by the federal government. These expenses include travel, maintenance, and the actual provision of training facilities at the civil defence college at Arnprior.

Topic:   $12,608,200. CIVIL DEFENCE WELFARE
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ROME, ITALY PROPERTY PURCHASED

PC

Mr. Hodgson:

Progressive Conservative

1. How much did the government pay for property purchased in Rome, Italy?

2. When were such purchases made?

3. Is any construction contemplated?

4. If so, how much is the estimated expenditure?

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LIB

Mr. Pinard: (Parliamentary Assistant to the Secretary of State for External Affairs)

Liberal

1. $186,391.65 (in blocked funds).

2. March 31, 1950.

3. If the site is retained, and no decision has been reached on this point, the department will either renovate the existing building or demolish it and build a new residence.

4. An amount not exceeding $325,000.

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ROYAL TRAIN STATIONERY, 1939

LIB

Jean-François Pouliot

Liberal

Mr. Pouliol:

What crest was engraved on the stationery of the royal train of 1939?

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LIB

James Joseph McCann (Minister of National Revenue)

Liberal

Mr. McCann:

There was no crest engraved on the stationery of the royal train of 1939.

The bulk of the stationery requisitioned carried the following words in black:

"The Royal Train CANADA"

There was a smaller quantity of stationery requisitioned with the following words in red:

"The Royal Train CANADA"

with a red maple leaf under the word "Canada".

Questions

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BUILDINGS LEASED, NEW WESTMINSTER

SC

Mr. Hahn:

Social Credit

1. Does the federal government lease any buildings to house departmental branches in the city of New Westminster?

2. If so, (a) what branches; (b) what is the name of the owner of such building or buildings;

(c) in each case, what is the annual rent paid and the date of termination of lease?

3. Which of these branches are to be housed in the new federal buildings?

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LIB

Mr. Bourgel: (Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Public Works)

Liberal

1. Yes, space in the Perreault building, Belyea building, Mott Electric building and Hess building.

2.

(a) Occupants (b) Owner Annual rental (c) Date of termination of lease U.I. commission (audit office) Henri Perreault $ 1,620 Aug. 16, 1954U.I. commission Belyea & Co., Ltd

12,200 Jan. 31, 1958U.I. commission Belyea & Co., Ltd

2,700 Jan. 31, 1955Dept, of National Revenue (customs) Belyea & Co., Ltd

9,000 June 30, 1955Dept, of Veterans Affairs (Soldier Settlement and Veterans' Land Act) Mott Electric Repair Ltd. ..

6,000 Aug. 14, 1955

Dept, of Agriculture (health of animals)

John Hess, Sr. and John Hess Jr. ..

660 Nov. 24, 1955

3. Department of National Revenue (customs), Department of Veterans Affairs (Soldier Settlement and Veterans' Land Act), and Department of Agriculture (health of animals).

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May 13, 1954