FOURTH SESSION-SEVENTEENTH PARLIAMENT 23-24 GEORGE V, 1933 VOLUME V, 1933 COMPRISING THE PERIOD FROM THE THIRD DAY OF MAY, 1933, TO THE TWENTY-SEVENTH DAY OF MAY, 1933, INCLUSIVE BEING VOLUME CXCVIII FOR THE PERIOD 1875-1933 INDEX ISSUED IN A SEPARATE VOLUME OTTAWA J. O. PATENAUDE, ACTING ICING'S PRINTER 1933 CANADA
House of Commons debates
Wednesday, May 3, 1933
Wesley Ashton Gordon
(Minister of Immigration and Colonization; Minister of Labour; Minister of Mines)
(Questions answered orally are indicated by an asterisk).
UNLOADING OF GRAIN, PORT OF QUEBEC
1. Has the contract for the unloading of grain at the port of Quebec been renewed for the present season of navigation?
2. If so (a) were tenders called; (b) to whom was the contract awarded?
3. If not, why?
(Minister of Fisheries; Minister of Marine)
The following information has been furnished by the harbour commissioners of Quebec ;-
2. (a) No. (b) Messrs. Albert G. Baker, Limited.
3. Messrs. Albert G. Baker, Limited, had the contract for the season of navigation of 1932. It was felt that no advantage would be gained by calling for tenders this year as their services were satisfactory in all respects in 1932.
Subtopic: UNLOADING OF GRAIN, PORT OF QUEBEC