1. The $2,000 was for construction of sidewalks, sewers and municipal hall.
2 and 3. In accordance with the agreement between the Dominion government and the province of Quebec, a memorandum was submitted setting forth the public works and undertakings proposed to be carried on by the municipalities under the provisions of the Unemployment Relief Act, 1930.
The sum of $2,000 for Ste. Germaine was included in this list which, it is understood, was prepared by the provincial authorities on the recommendation of the provincial unemployment relief committee.
date by the federal government to the province of Ontario: (a) on account of the one-third payment towards direct relief; (b) on account of the government's contribution of 25 per cent towards public works undertaken by muncipali-ties? .
2. What was the total amount authorized to be paid to the province of Ontario on account of the 25 per cent contribution towards public works undertaken by municipalities?
1. Were any letters sent after August 7, 1930, by any person to any minister of the crown, government official or civil servant relating to the construction of a new station building at Riviere du Loup marked private, personal or confidential after they were received by any such minister of the crown, government official or civil servant?
2. If so, at what dates?
3. By whom was each of said letters signed, to whom was each one addressed and what was the date of each one?
I think my hon. friend might be willing to withdraw this question; I hardly think it is the kind of question he would desire to press. It is a reflection upon the civil servants and upon members of this house. I am bound to say I know of no such communications, and my colleagues tell me they know of none either. If the hon. gentleman has anything of the kind in mind he might indicate it, but otherwise I think the question might be withdrawn.