1. Have Joseph Cantin, Abraham Cantin, Nazaire Fredette, Joseph Jean Cantin, Joseph
Blais, and Eusebe Brusiere, employed as trackmen of the Intercolonial railway at Chaudiere Curve, county of Levis, been suspended from the 1st to the 13th of March last, and their wages retained during the same time?
2. If so, does the Minister of Railways and Canals know that they were suspended, as alleged, because they placed themselves in shelter from the cold, the wind and the rain, when nothing remained to be done on the line of railway?
3. Was an inquiry held on the conduct of these men, and is it true that the inquiring commissioner, McDonald, refused the accused to be represented at this inquiry?
4. Are the wages of these suspended employees to be reimbursed to them?
Subtopic: INTERCOLONIAL RAILWAY-SUSPENSION OF EMPLOYEES AT CHAUDIERE CURVE.