Michael STARR

STARR, The Hon. Michael, P.C.

Personal Data

Party
Progressive Conservative
Constituency
Ontario (Ontario)
Birth Date
November 14, 1910
Deceased Date
March 16, 2000
Website
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Starr_(politician)
PARLINFO
http://www.parl.gc.ca/parlinfo/Files/Parliamentarian.aspx?Item=f6513c37-51de-4336-8b57-b883c2d3944d&Language=E&Section=ALL
Profession
businessman, clerk

Parliamentary Career

May 26, 1952 - June 13, 1953
PC
  Ontario (Ontario)
August 10, 1953 - April 12, 1957
PC
  Ontario (Ontario)
June 10, 1957 - February 1, 1958
PC
  Ontario (Ontario)
  • Minister of Labour (June 21, 1957 - April 21, 1963)
March 31, 1958 - April 19, 1962
PC
  Ontario (Ontario)
  • Minister of Labour (June 21, 1957 - April 21, 1963)
June 18, 1962 - February 6, 1963
PC
  Ontario (Ontario)
  • Minister of Labour (June 21, 1957 - April 21, 1963)
April 8, 1963 - September 8, 1965
PC
  Ontario (Ontario)
  • Minister of Labour (June 21, 1957 - April 21, 1963)
  • Progressive Conservative Party Caucus Chair (January 1, 1964 - January 1, 1965)
  • Progressive Conservative Party House Leader (April 22, 1965 - April 23, 1968)
  • Official Opposition House Leader (April 22, 1965 - April 23, 1968)
November 8, 1965 - April 23, 1968
PC
  Ontario (Ontario)
  • Progressive Conservative Party House Leader (April 22, 1965 - April 23, 1968)
  • Official Opposition House Leader (April 22, 1965 - April 23, 1968)
  • Leader of the Official Opposition (September 9, 1967 - November 5, 1967)

Most Recent Speeches (Page 2 of 1293)


March 26, 1968

Mr. Starr:

No, Mr. Chairman, I do not think that suggestion makes any sense at all. I am suggesting that we sit an hour and 45 minutes tonight. We sat until after eleven o'clock yesterday to complete the estimates of one department. I am suggesting that we sit an hour and 45 minutes tonight and complete interim supply for all departments.

We talk about reforming the Senate, and in the same breath say that one hour is enough time for them to consider supplementary estimates and interim supply for two months, when we have spent 10 or 11 days here considering the supplementary estimates. I do not think that is fair to the Senate. No wonder people look at the Senate and say it should be reformed. Let us give them an opportunity to discuss these matters all afternoon. We should give them an opportunity for fair discussion. Then we could have royal assent at six o'clock, or whatever the time is.

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March 26, 1968

Mr. Siarr:

No, Mr. Chairman. Unless my suggestion is considered, we will not agree.

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March 26, 1968

Mr. Sfarr:

Mr. Chairman, my suggestion makes a great deal of sense. The suggestion made by the house leader of the N.D.P. will not achieve the purpose he tries to make us believe it will achieve. There are quite a number of departments left to be considered. We will not be meeting tomorrow until 2.30 p.m., and by the time orders of the day and other matters are disposed of we will only have a short period of time to consider the remaining departments. We may or may not finish them by six o'clock, so there will be no opportunity for the other place to consider these estimates. If we completed these estimates and interim supply tonight the other

place would have the whole afternoon to deal with them, and we could have royal assent at six o'clock. Surely that makes good sense.

[DOT] (10:10 p.m.)

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March 26, 1968

Mr. Starr:

Mr. Chairman, the hon. member says that these departments are to be left over till tomorrow by agreement, but I was not asked to give my agreement to that. I have made the proposition that we carry on and complete all of the supplementary estimates. I agree to that, not to standing over particular estimates.

Supply-Legislation

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March 26, 1968

Mr. Siarr:

That makes no sense at all.

March 26, 1968

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