May 26, 1930

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

Liberal

Mr. MACKENZIE KING:

- 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27$ $ $ S $Prince Edward Island 5,858 40 6, 550 56 1,950 76 7,254 66 7,757 33Nova Scotia 33,160 00 35,501 95 34,623 67 30,999 96 31,494 87New Brunswick 17,476 06 20,382 00 43,040 51 93,874 50 76,208 59Quebec 128,182 27 328,682 25 263,399 70 299,143 78 403,944 25Ontario 314,206 97 347,636 30 347,638 30 347,636 30 347,636 30Manitoba 25,121 14 20,092 49 19,500 37 19,488 77 20,056 34Saskatchewan 18,263 84 18,397 18 17,249 37 20,083 89 18,021 83Alberta 71,019 91 57,613 63 62,215 61 72,731 78 85,789 16British Columbia 34,932 38 53,535 26 40,860 4S 53,123 05 56,627 03Totals 648,227 03 888,391 62 830,476 77 944,336 69 1,047,535 80- 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 Totals8 11,981 85 29,224 77 70,107 03 329,072 14 347,636 30 27,529 51 17,048 13 74,000 10 59,355 49 $ 20,369 79 47,083 50 48,637 81 372,890 80 347.636 30 28,527 44 25,159 90 92,222 30 169.637 42 8 22,117 30 21,525 08 51,951 21 125,302 35 $ 83,840 71 263,619 SO 421,677 71 2,250,617 64 2,400,024 77 201,857 57 194,730 03 537,372 31 536,634 84

41,541 51 60,505 89 21,779 82 68,563 73

965,955 32 1,152,165 26 413,286 89 6,890,375 38

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GRANTS FOR AMORTIZATION OF DEBT AGAINST SCHOOL BUILDINGS

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Frederick George Sanderson

Liberal

Mr. SANDERSON:

What amounts of money have been paid

the several fiscal years since April 1, 1924, on account of the amortization of the debt against certain school buildings, construction of which was commenced prior to the expiration of the Technical Education Act?

from the federal Nova Scotia and treasury to the provinces of New Brunswick in each of Mr. MACKENZIE KING: Nova Scotia.. . New Brunswick.. 1924-25 .S 20,000 . 5,000 1925-26 $20,000 5,000 1926-27 $20,000 5,000 1927-2S $20,000 5,000 1928-29 $20,000 5,000 1929-30 $8,389 08 Totals $108,389 08 25,000 00S 25,000 S25,000 $25,000 $25,000 $25,000 $8,389 08 $133,389 08

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GRANTS FOR EMPLOYMENT OFFICES

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Frederick George Sanderson

Liberal

Mr. SANDERSON:

What amounts of money have been paid from the federal treasury to the provinces of

Canada, by provinces, in each of the several fiscal years since April 1, 1922, on account of employment offices?

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

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Mr. MACKENZIE KING:

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- 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27$ % $ $ $8,274 88 6,808 32 18,314 96 82,764 92 30,755 94 30,528 08 28,845 76 30,739 74 7,421 94 6,312 92 17,081 78 69,991 09 23,016 89 25,151 76 20,757 79 30,265 83 4,229 71 4,082 42 13,249 72 61,379 77 14,279 59 18,844 59 13,631 04 20,303 16 3,932 42 4,143 88 15,124 48 59,893 13 13,914 05 19,645 64 13,736 05 19,610 35 3,955 64 4,103 34 16,207 96 60,814 49 12,677 15 19,225 02 13,422 51 19,593 89

Alberta

237,032 60 200,000 00 150,000 00 150,000 00 150,000 00

- 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 Totals$ 8 8 $3,902 39 4,054 52 16,797 95 61,617 45 12,478 91 18,752 66 13,130 52 19,265 60 3,845 26 3,992 90 16,797 98 61,381 08 12,715 38 18,886 30 i 12,932 20 19,834 96 3,931 08 3,984 74 18,334 65 61,570 02 11.507 58 18,452 11 12,712 28 19.507 54 39,493 32 37,483 04 131,523 42 519,411 95 131,345 49 169,486 16 129,168 15 179,121 07

Quebec

150,000 00 150,000 00 150,000 00 1,337,032 60

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GRANTS FOR UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF

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Frederick George Sanderson

Liberal

Mr. SANDERSON:

What amounts of money have been paid from the federal treasury to the provinces of Canada, by provinces, in each of the several

(a) 1922-23

.. .. $ 1.149 41

New Brunswick Quebec .. .. 4,833 48 .. .. 38,574 58 . .. 519,598 85

Manitoba .. .. 82,741 67 .. .. 18,232 71

.. .. 50,899 26

British Columbia .. .. 207,242 20

Totals .. .. $923,272 16

fiscal years since April 1, 1922, on account of unemployment relief: (a) Department of

Labour; (b) Department of Pensions and National Health?

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

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Mr. MACKENZIE KING:

1923-24 1926-27 Totals

6,720 25 7,869 66 4.833 48

38,574 58 565,446 21 97,487 66 18,232 71

1,275 54 44,571 82 14,745 99

2,852 14 11,436 50 65,187 90 207,242 20

4.127 68 77,474 56 1,004,874 40

(b) Province 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 - Total Payments by Provinces$ $ $ $ $ $ S $ $ %Alberta 44,316 86 5,003 68 6,389 15 7,262 84 7,352 50 9,762 51 6,836 34 11,333 26 98,257 14British Columbia 101,478 10 5,924 71 2,524 14 11,765 55 29,078 54 43,228 70 56,852 80 71,795 92 Manitoba 75,817 00 39,930 88 69,469 84 51,061 00 43,219 58 47,786 34 47,827 66 92,311 54 467,423 84New Brunswick 25,846 19 633 63 252 69 1,136 43 1,642 50 2,767 11 3,854 42 7,852 74 43,985 71Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island 57,700 47 9,007 52 5,545 23 44,134 03 13,995 50 7,187 44 10,272 91 17,820 24 165,663 34Ontario: Eastern 39,088 43 22,026 43 36,593 47 29,994 29 38,560 58 45,144 57 50,109 79 62,717 63 324,237 19 Central 456,164 68 147,793 07 210,829 69 150,373 73 158,662 68 160,021 90 112,585 48 137,135 39 1,533,566 62 Western 20,587 65 2,837 28 5,872 90 6,290 82 5,920 18 40,115 03 17,208 18 30,137 60 128,969 64 Totals for Ontario 515,840 76 172,658 78 253,296 06 186,658 84 203,143 44 245,281 50 179,903 45 229,990 62 1,986,773 45Quebec 195,860 82 73,363 71 90,084 84 66,616 71 71 612 41 68 404 6Q 64 640 60 70 468 KQ Saskatchewan 19,223 83 5,486 07 6,409 18 3,909 62 4,036 67 5,971 62 8,741 39 16,374 42 70,152 80Great Britain, U.S.A. and 1,036,084 03 312,008 98 433,971 13 372,545 02 374,081 14 430,479 91 378,929 47 517,942 33 Total for Canada. 3,856,042 01other Countries 2,079 32 58 39 54 86 2,142 57

Total 1,038,163 35 312,008 98 433,971 13 372,545 02 374,081 14 430,479 91 378,987 86 517,947 19 3,858,184 58

Note. No relief was paid to the provinces by the Department of Pensions and National Health but the above is a statement of monies spent in the various provinces for the relief of unemployed pensioners.

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GRANTS FOR ERADICATION OF VENEREAL DISEASE

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Frederick George Sanderson

Liberal

Mr. SANDERSON:

What amounts of money have been paid from the federal treasury to the provinces of

Canada, by provinces, in each of the several fiscal years since April, 1922, on account of eradication of venereal diseases?

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Subtopic:   GRANTS FOR ERADICATION OF VENEREAL DISEASE
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William Lyon Mackenzie King (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council; Secretary of State for External Affairs)

Liberal

Mr. MACKENZIE KING:

Province Fiscal Year 1922-23 Fiscal Year 1923-24 Fiscal Year 1924-25 Fiscal Year 1925-26 Fiscal Year 1926-27Alberta

Ontario

Nova Scotia

Saskatchewan

Manitoba

New Brunswick

British Columbia $ 11,979 62 57,473 68 10,573 86 15,361 63 12,611 20 7,517 83 14,628 19 47,388 80 $ 12,069 68 60,171 83 10,744 33 15,537 16 8,930 75 6,710 35 10,759 61 48,430 14 $ 9,052 26 45,128 86 8,058 25 11,652 87 9,385 52 5,966 74 8,069 71 36,322 61 $ 7,711 18 38,443 12 6,864 43 9,926 52 7,705 58 5,082 78 6,874 20 30,941 48 $ 7,711 18 38,443 12 6,864 43 9,926 52 7,995 07 5,082 78 6,874 20 30,941 48

Total payments by years

177,534 81 173,353 85 133,636 82 113,549 29 113,838 78- Fiscal Year 1927-28 Fiscal Year 1928-29 Fiscal Year 1929-30 Total payments by Provinces$ 6,504 21 32,425 93 5,790 00 8,372 80 6,743 67 4,287 22 5,798 23 26,098 47 $ 6,504 21 32,425 93 5,790 00 8,372 80 6,743 67 4,287 22 5,798 23 26,098 47 173 50 $ 6,504 21 32,425 93 5,790 00 8,372 80 6,743 67 4,287 22 5,798 23 26,098 47 204 68 $ . 68,036 55 336,938 40 60,475 30 87,523 10 66,859 13 43,222 14 64,600 60 272,319 92 378 18

Total payments by years

96,020 53 96,194 03 96,225 21 1,000,353 32

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GRANTS FOR WAR PENSIONS

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Frederick George Sanderson

Liberal

Mr. SANDERSON:

What amounts of money have been paid from the'federal treasury in each of the fiscal years since April 1, 1922, on account of war pensions in each of the provinces?

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

Liberal

Mr. MACKENZIE KING:

European War Pensions

- 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 - Total Payments$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $2,115,444 80 2,134,766 11 2,224,654 41 2,374 071 22 2 416 589 27 2 538 403 43 2,643,151 96 2,580,157 07 19,027,238 273,636,002 31 3,719,668 21 3,876,291 78 4,136,639 24 4,210,723 74 4,422,975 67 4,605,492 06 4,495,728 24 33,153,521 252,692,384 30 2,716,975 04 2,831,378 34 3,021,545 18 3,075,659 08 3,230,695 27 3,364,011 59 3,283,836 28 24,216,485 08961,565 82 970,348 23 1,011,206 55 1,079,123 28 1,098,449 67 1,153,819 74 1,201,432 71 1,172,798 67 8,648,744 67Nova Scotia and Prince 1,859,027 25 1,876,006 58 1,954,999 33 2,086,305 01 2,123,669 36 2,230,718 16 2,322,769 91 2,267,410 76 16,720,906 36Ontario- Eastern 1,794,922 86 1,811,316 70 1,887,585 56 2,014,363 46 2,050,439 38 2,153,796 85 2,242,674 39 2,189,224 18 16,144,323 38 Central 6,987,378 29 7,051,197 14 7,348,100 93 7,841,629 17 7,982,067 60 8,384,423 44 8,730,411 03 8,522,337 00 62,847,544 60 Western 1,987,236 03 2,005,386 34 2,089,826 87 2,230,188 11 2,270,129 32 2,384,560 80 2,482,960 93 2,423,783 92 17,874,072 32 96,865,940 3010,769,537 18 10,867,900 18 11,325,513 36 12,086,180 74 12,302,636 30 12,922,781 09 13,456,046 35 13,135,345 10 2,371,862 36 2,393,525 63 2,494,309 49 2,661,837 42 2,709,509 19 2,846,088 69 2,963,534 02 2,892,903 39 21,133,570 19Saskatchewan 1,538,505 31 1,552,557 17 1,617,930 48 1,726,597 25 1,757,519 47 1,846,111 58 1,922,292 34 1,876,477 87 13,837,991 47Total 25,994,329 33 26,231,747 15 27,336,283 74 29,172,299 34 29,694,755 95 31,191,593,63 32,478,730 94 31,704,657 38 233,804,397 592548 COMMONS

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GRANTS FOR OLD AGE PENSIONS

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Frederick George Sanderson

Liberal

Mr. SANDERSON:

What amounts of money have been paid from the federal treasury to the provinces of

Canada, by provinces, in each of the several fiscal years since April 1, 1922, on account of old age pensions?

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Subtopic:   GRANTS FOR OLD AGE PENSIONS
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William Lyon Mackenzie King (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council; Secretary of State for External Affairs)

Liberal

Mr. MACKENZIE KING:

1927-28 1928-29

Prince Edward Island

Nova Scotia

New Brunswick

Quebec

Ontario

Manitoba $242,303 86

Saskatchewan 191,041 97

Alberta

British Columbia 131,452 01 399,340 95

Totals

Totals

$131,452 01 $832,686 78 S2,806,853 14

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$3,770,991 93 SUBSIDIES AND GRANTS TO PROVINCES SINCE APRIL 1, 1922

LIB

Frederick George Sanderson

Liberal

Mr. SANDERSON:

What is the total amount of money paid from the federal treasury to the provinces of Canada, by provinces, since April 1, 1922, on account of subsidies, special grants to the maritime provinces pending further consideration of provincial subsidies, highway construction, agricultural instruction, technical education, amortization of the debt against certain school buildings, construction of which was commenced prior to the expiration of the Technical Education Act. employment offices, unemployment relief, eradication of venereal diseases, war pensions and old age pensions?

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May 26, 1930