May 22, 1922

ROAD PROJECTS IN ONTARIO

CON

Mr. WILSON:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. What road projects have been submitted to the Department of Railways and Canals by the Ontario Department of Public Works?

2. What road projects have been approved by the Department of Railways and Canals?

3. What amounts of money have been paid to the Ontario Department of Public Works upon the approved road projects and the amount paid on each project?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   ROAD PROJECTS IN ONTARIO
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PRO

Hon. Mr. KING (Kootenay) :

Progressive

1. Project No. 1, York county-Whitby; subsection Al, Pickering township.

Project No. 2, Whitby-Belleville.

Project No. 3, Belleville-Kingston.

Project No. 4, Kingston-Brockville.

Project No. 5, BroCkville-Prescott.

Project No. 6, Ottawa-Prescott.

Project No. 7, Hamilton-Stoney Creek.

Project No. 8, Stoney Creek-Queenston.

Project No. 9, Hamilton-Brantford.

Project No. 10, Brantford-Woodstock.

Project No. 11, Woodstock-Ingersoll.

Project No. 12, Ingersoll-London.

Project No. 13, St. Thomas-Windsor; section S, Aldborough township, section C, Sandwich W. and So. townships, subsection Dl, Sandwich So. township.

Project No. 14, London-St. Thomas.

Project No. 15, Lambeth-Maidstone; subsection Kl, Chatham township, subsection Al, Westminster township, subsection Ml, Raleigh township.

Project No. 16, St. Thomas-Niagara Falls; subsection Ul, North Cayuga township, section V, Canboro township, subsection Y1 and section Z, Crowland and Wain-fleet, subsections BB1-CC, Thorold and Stamford townships.

Project No. 17, Jarvis-Hamilton.

Project No. 18, Clappison's Corners-Chatsworth; subsection LI, Guelph township, subsection No. 1, Puslinch township, subsection No. 2, Puslinch township, subsection Ql, East and West Flamboro township.

Project No. 20, Elginfield-Sarnia; subsection Bl, Sarnia township.

Project No. 22, Hamilton-Kitchener, subsection Bl, West Flamboro township, subsection Dl, Beverly township, subsection FI, Dumfries township, section H, Waterloo township.

Project No. 23, London-Stratford.

Project No. 24, Stratford-Goderich; section B, Downie township, subsection Cl, Ellice township.

Project No. 25, Dundas street (Toron-to-Clappison's Corners).

Project No. 27, Toronto-Bradford.

Project No. 28, Bradford-iSevern, section B, Gwillimbury township, section E, Barrie town and Oro township, section F, Oro and Vespra townships, subsection Gl, Oro township, subsection G2, Oro township, subsection II, Orillia township, subsection 12, Orillia township.

Project No. 31, Port Hope-Peterboro; section J, North Monoghan township, section K, North Monoghan and Peterboro city.

Project No. 33, Ottawa-Point Fortune.

No. 35, St. David's-Niagara

Project

Falls.

Project

Corners.

No. 36, Hamilton-Clappison's

G. T. R. Employees

Project No. 37, Port Credit-Cooksville.

Project No. 39, Belleville-Foxboro; subsection Al, Thurlow township.

2. Project No. 1, York County-Whitby; subsection Al, Pickering township.

Project No. 2, Whitby-Belleville.

Project No. 3, Belleville-Kingston.

Project No. 4, Kingston-Brockville.

Project No. 5, Brockville-Prescott.

Project No. 6, Ottawa-Prescott.

Project No. 7, Hamilton-Stoney Creek.

Project No. 8, Stoney Creek-Queen-ston.

Project No. 9, Hamilton-Brantford.

Project No. 10, Brantford-Woodstock.

Project No. 11, Woodstock-Ingersoll.

Project No. 12, Ingersoll-London.

Project No. 13, St. Thomas-Windsor;

section S, Aldborough township.

Project No. 14, London-St. Thomas.

Project No. 15, Lambeth-Maidstone; subsection Kl, Chatham township.

Project No. 16, St. Thomas-Niagara

Falls; subsection Ul, N. Cayuga township, subsection V, Canboro township. .

Project No. 17, Jarvis-Hamilton.

Project No. 18, Clappison's Corners-

Chatsworth; subsection LI, Guelph township, subsection Nl, Puslinch township, subsection No. 2, Puslinch township.

Project No. 20, Elginfield-Sarnia; subsection Bl, Sarnia township.

Project No. 23, London-Stratford.

Project No. 24, Stratford-Goderich; section B, Downie township, subsection Cl, Ellice township.

Project No. 25, Dundas street (Toronto-Clappison's Corners).

Project No. 27, Toronto-Bradford.

Project No. 28, Bradford-Severn; section B, Gwillimbury township, section E, Barrie town-Oro Township, section F, Oro and Vespra townships, subsection Gl, Oro township, subsection G2, Oro township, subsection II, Orillia township, subsection 12, Orillia township.

Project No. 31, Port Hope-Peterboro; section J, North Monoghan township.

Project No. 33, Ottawa-Point Fortune.

3. Project No. 2, Whitby-

Belleville ,

Project No. 3, Belle

ville-Kingston

Project No. 4, Kingston

-Brockville

Project No. 5, Brockville

-Prescott

Project No. 6, Ottawa

Prescott

Project No. 7, Hamilton Stoney Creek. . ..

$ 183,382 65

246,660 00

257,524 43

26,149 42

421,315 31

33,169 22

Project No. 8, Stony Creek-Queenston.. .. Project No. 9, Hamilton

-Brantford

Project No. 10, Brantford

-Woodstock

Project No. 12, Ingersoll

-London

Project No. 23, London-

Stratford

Project No. 25, Toronto [DOT]-Clappison's Corners. Project No. 27, Toronto-

Bradford

Project No. 33, Ottawa- Point Fortune

172,963 98 5,220 76 68,500 34 21,959 70 38,030 32 1,874 94 30,540 66 45,044 04

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Subtopic:   ROAD PROJECTS IN ONTARIO
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$1,552,335 77 GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY EMPLOYEES-PENSION RIGHTS AND STATUS

PRO

John Warwick King

Progressive

Mr. J. W. KING (Huron) moved:

For a copy of all letters, telegrams, correspondence and other documents that have passed between the officials of the Grand Trunk Railway, the officials of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, and the Order of Railway Conductors, and all agreements signed between the officials of the Grand Trunk Railway and officials of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen and the Order of Railway Conductors, regarding the strike on the Grand Trunk Railway System, of trainmen and yardmen, in 1910, and particularly the correspondence and agreements affecting the seniority rights of the men who worked during this strike.

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LIB

William Lyon Mackenzie King (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council; Secretary of State for External Affairs)

Liberal

Hon. W. L. MACKENZIE KING (Prime Minister):

Mr. Speaker, this is a pretty large order for which my hon. friend has moved. I am not sure that it is possible for the Government to get all the letters, telegrams, correspondence and other documents that have passed between the officials of the Grand Trunk railway and officials of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen and the Order of Railway Conductors relating to a strike that took place in 1910.

The Government, of course, has control of some of the correspondence; how much of it is in existence at the present day it is difficult to say. I fear, if all the correspondence were brought down, it would make a prodigious load. Perhaps my hon. friend would intimate more particularly what documents he desires, and it can be ascertained whether they can be brought down or not. I think he has one or two documents more particularly in mind, and if he will intimate just what he desires, the Government will endeavour to obtain them. I doubt, however, if it will be pos-

G. T. R. Employees

sible to obtain from the Grand Trunk officials all the correspondence that is asked for in this motion, and to have that brought down, at this session of Parliament, at any rate.

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PRO

John Warwick King

Progressive

Mr. KING (Huron):

I would be satisfied if the Prime Minister would bring down the two agreements that are in existence between Charles M. Hays, of the Grand Trunk Railway Company, and the trainmen.

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LIB

William Lyon Mackenzie King (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council; Secretary of State for External Affairs)

Liberal

Mr. MACKENZIE KING:

Two agreements, my hon. friend says?

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PRO

John Warwick King

Progressive

Mr. KING (Huron):

Yes.

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LIB

William Lyon Mackenzie King (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council; Secretary of State for External Affairs)

Liberal

Mr. MACKENZIE KING:

The Government will undertake to endeavour to obtain those agreements for my hon. friend. Will that satisfy him in regard to this motion?

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PRO

John Warwick King

Progressive

Mr. KING (Huron) :

Yes.

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Motion agreed to.


UNOPPOSED MOTIONS FOR PAPERS

PRO

Alan Webster Neill

Progressive

Mr. NEILL:

For a copy of all letters, telegrams, correspondence and other documents exchanged between the Government of Canada and any other parties, relating to the appointment and residence in the County, of the Junior County Court Judge, for the County of Nanaimo, British Columbia.

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Subtopic:   UNOPPOSED MOTIONS FOR PAPERS
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PRO

Alan Webster Neill

Progressive

Mr. NEILL:

For a copy of all letters, telegrams, correspondence and other documents exchanged between the Government of Canada and any other parties, relative to the claims of H. W. A. Page.

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LIB

William Gawtress Raymond

Liberal

Mr. RAYMOND:

For a return showing the origin of all goods purchased by the Purchasing Commission, distinguishing such as are of Canadian manufacture from those of foreign origin, from the first of April, 1921, to date?

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CON

William Garland McQuarrie

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. McQUARRIE:

For a copy of all letters, telegrams, correspondence, reports, and other documents, exchanged between the Government of Canada or any minister thereof, and the Government of British Columbia or any minister thereof, or received from any person, relative to the advisability of transferring the control or administration of the Canadian fisheries on the Pacific coast, to the Province of British Columbia.

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INQUIRY FOR RETURN


On the Orders of the Day:


LAB

James Shaver Woodsworth

Labour

Mr. J. S. WOODSWORTH (Centre Winnipeg) :

Mr. Speaker, I should like to call attention to the fact that an order was passed by this House for a return covering

copies of all letters, correspondence, etc., exchanged between the Minister of Labour or any member of his department and Alfred J. Andrews, in connection with the strike in Winnipeg, in the year 1919. About fifteen letters and telegrams only have been brought down, none prior to July 5, 1919, and all extending over a period from July 5, 1919, to May 26, 1920. It is simply incredible that, during that great strike and those long-drawn-out trials, only some fifteen letters and telegrams should have been exchanged. Have all the documents in the possession of the department been brought down, or have certain of these papers been destroyed? Any other alternative, I do not understand.

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May 22, 1922