1. Is it a fact that the Canada Life Assurance Company, investment department, 275 St. James street west, Montreal, has issued a circular stating that by virtue of an agreement with the government this loan company will pay 50 per cent and the government 20 per cent of approved loans in the province of Quebec, that is 70 per cent instead of 80 per cent as the law demands, while in the other provinces of the dominion this company states that an agreement has been made with the government to pay 80 per cent?
2. If so, can the government state how many of these loans were made in the province of Quebec after an agreement between the government and this loan company?
3. What are the reasons given for the inequality of treatment between Quebec and the other provinces of the dominion?
4. What are the other loan companies, if any, who have made similar agreements with the government concerning the province of Quebec?
Subtopic: HOUSING LOANS