Hervé J. MICHAUD

MICHAUD, The Hon. Hervé J.

Personal Data

Party
Liberal
Constituency
Kent (New Brunswick)
Birth Date
December 28, 1912
Deceased Date
June 5, 1978
Website
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hervé_Michaud
PARLINFO
http://www.parl.gc.ca/parlinfo/Files/Parliamentarian.aspx?Item=d7817dfd-425e-455a-a1b9-992f200f3d87&Language=E&Section=ALL
Profession
farmer, salesman

Parliamentary Career

August 10, 1953 - April 12, 1957
LIB
  Kent (New Brunswick)
June 10, 1957 - February 1, 1958
LIB
  Kent (New Brunswick)
March 31, 1958 - April 19, 1962
LIB
  Kent (New Brunswick)
March 15, 1968 - April 19, 1962
LIB
  Kent (New Brunswick)

Most Recent Speeches (Page 1 of 18)


July 14, 1980

Hon. Michael W'ilson (Etobicoke Centre):

Mr. Speaker, this afternoon we have seen a very good example of what we do not need in industrial strategy, industrial development and the industrial development debate in this country today. There is a very good reason why the minister was interrupted from

this side of the House. The minister in a very important area to this country chose to be blatantly partisan and, in addition,

' deliberately misleading to this House on a number of issues. That is something we do not need at this time. We need cool thinking and action on the very important issues which are facing the country today.

With respect to the new fighter aircraft there is a very good reason why action was not taken. The day before the Clark government was about to take that decision the government was defeated. That put the decision off for that three or four-month period and that is why we lost valuable time.

Things were moving along very well on the Chrysler decision but there was an awful lot of delay after the present government took office because of the dithering the minister who has just spoken chose to get involved in. This was in order to look after, the people in his own constituency as carefully as he could without having regard to the broader issue of the country, in a very important decision. But I will come to that in a few minutes. What I was concerned with, and the questions I was placing in the House, was not the validity of the decision but the impact of that decision on over-all economic development in Canada.

Two other matters which the minister raised in his remarks were deliberately misleading. I personally announced the formation of the Export Development Board which he, about five minutes ago, chose to take all for his own. That decision was taken by the previous government and was announced in January, and the hon. gentleman knows it.

The other matter I wish to draw to the attention of the minister is in the area of the electronics fund. My hon. friend from Capilano (Mr. Huntington), the former minister for small businesses, announced-

Topic:   PROCEEDINGS ON ADJOURNMENT MOTION
Subtopic:   BUSINESS OF SUPPLY
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April 16, 1962

1. Has an order in council been passed amending section 2 of the Intercolonial and Prince Edward Island Railway Employees' Provident Fund Act. chapter 5, 19-20 George V, and: if so, on what date, and what is the extent of the amendment?

2. Under, or by virtue of, the said act or any amendment made thereto, is an employee entitled to receive the difference between his present amount of retirement and the amount he would have received had he remained until the age of 70?

Answer by: Mr. Martini:

1. Pursuant to the provisions of section 2 of chapter 5 of the statutes of Canada, 1929, being an act to further amend the Intercolonial and Prince Edward Island Railways Employees' Provident Fund Act, the following orders in council were passed:

(a) Order in council P.C. 1447 dated August 7, 1929, closed the Intercolonial and Prince Edward Island Railways employees' fund to new entrants and also provided that employees of the Canadian government railways in the service upon or after such closing of the fund who are not members of the fund be subject to the rules and regulations for pension allowances as are or may be in effect from time to time and applicable to Canadian National Railways employees under the Canadian National Railways' pension act.

(b) Order in council P.C. 1956-29/353 dated March 8, 1956 authorized any employee who on January 1, 1956 is a contributing member of the Intercolonial and Prince Edward Island Railways employees' provident fund to elect to withdraw from the provident fund and transfer to either part 1 or part 2 of the Canadian National Railways' pension plan under terms and conditions as set out in the said order. The privilege of making such an election expired on December 31, 1956.

(c) Order in council P.C. 1958-47/1680 dated December 12, 1958, authorized any employee who on January 1, 1959 is a contributing member of the Intercolonial and Prince

Edward Island Railways employees' provident fund to elect to withdraw from the provident fund and transfer to the revised part 2, Canadian National Railways' pension plan under terms and conditions as set out in the said order. This order in council passed to enable contributing members of the provident fund to transfer to the revised Canadian National Railways' pension plan if they desired. The privilege of making such an election expired on December 31, 1959.

2. No-pensions are calculated on service to date of retirement.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   AMENDMENT, INTERCOLONIAL AND P.E.I. PROVIDENT FUND ACT
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March 5, 1962

1. Have moneys been appropriated for the purchase of land and/or land clearance for an airport at or near Dalhousie or Campbellton, New Brunswick; and, if so, in what amounts?

2. Have moneys been appropriated for the construction of runways, road diversion, and ramps for proposed construction of an airport at or near Dalhousie or Campbellton, New Brunswick; and, if so, in what amounts?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   *AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION, NEW BRUNSWICK
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February 26, 1962

Have moneys been appropriated for dredging at Campbellton and/or Dalhousie, New Brunswick; and, if so, in what amounts, and for what projects?

Topic:   * APPROPRIATIONS FOR DREDGING, CAMPBELLTON-DALHOUSIE, N.B.
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February 22, 1962

Mr. H. J. Michaud (Keni, N.B.):

Mr. Speaker, I wish to direct a question to the Minister of Fisheries. Has the minister any report to make on the program of transplanting disease free oysters to the New Brunswick waters?

Topic:   FISHERIES
Subtopic:   NEW BRUNSWICK
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