If the government is unable to answer this question, I can tell my hon. friend where he can find the information. I think he can get the information in the Parliamentary Guide, the Canada Gazette, or the Canadian Almanac.
Subtopic: DURATION OP KING GOVERNMENT
1. Since the coming into force of the Canadian Radio Broadcasting Act, 1932, how many licences for broadcasting stations have been issued, to what persons or corporations were they issued, and where are those stations located?
2. Were any of such licences issued for new stations, and if so, to what persons or companies and on what dates?
3. When were the members of the radio board appointed and when were they sworn in as commissioners?