May 20, 1942

WAR LABOUR BOARDS

CCF

Mr. DOUGLAS (Weyburn):

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (C.C.F.)

1. What is the personnel of the wartime labour boards?

2. What organizations do these individuals represent?

3. What salary, travelling expenses and other remuneration have been paid to them, as at March 31, 1942?

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Humphrey Mitchell (Minister of Labour)

Liberal

Mr. MITCHELL:

National Board

War Labour Boards Travelling

Remuneration Expenses

Hon. Humphrey Mitchell (Chairman), Department of Labour.... No remuneration Dr. Bryce M. Stewart (Vice-Chairman), Department of Labour.. No remuneration

A. Deschamps, President, Builders Exchange, Montreal $ 75 00

George Hodge, Manager, Department of Personnel, Canadian

Pacific Railways, Montreal

G. Jackson, Sentinel Securities of Canada Ltd., Toronto, Ont. 90 00

J. II. Stovel, Vice-President and General Manager, Dome Mines,

South Porcupine, Ont

H. Taylor, Canadian National Carbon Co., Ltd., Toronto, Ont..

John A. Bell, General Chairman, Order of Railroad Telegraphers,

Toronto, Ont 75 00

W. Dunn, Financial Secretary-Treasurer, Toronto District Labour

Council, Toronto, Ont

105 00J. A. McClelland, Valois, Quebec

2,925 00

A. R. Mosher, President, Canadian Congress of Labour,

Ottawa, Ont 105 00

Gerard Picard, General Secretary, Confederation of Catholic

Workers of Canada, Quebec, Que 105 00

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$ 154 95 1,148 60 174 12 383 60 366 40 213 40 245 00 392 65 R.W.L.B.-P.E.I.


Hon. Horace Wright (Chairman), President of the Executive Council No remuneration 114 80 J. M. Hunter, Charlottetown, P.E.1 435 00 111 25Leo. F. Corcoran, Charlottetown, P.E.1 435 00 109 50


R.W.L.B.-N.S.


Hon. L. D. Currie, K.C. (Chairman), Minister of Mines and Labour No remuneration Sydney C. Mifflen, Office Engineer, Dominion Coal Company Ltd., Sydney, N.S 510 00 359 23 T. D. A. Purves (Vice-Chairman) No remuneration Arthur W. Schwartz, Vice-President, Lunenburg Foundry Company, Ltd., Lunenburg, N.S 540 00 216 15 Questions



War Labour Boards-Con. R.W.L.B.-N.S.-Con. Clinton Giles, Local Chairman, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers of the International Railway Labour Organization, Stellarton, N.S Doane Curtis, Member of the Steel Workers' Organizing Committee of the Steel Plant of the Dominion Steel and Coal Corporation, Sydney


R.W.L.B.-N.B.


Hon. J. Andre Doucet (Chairman), Minister of Health and Labour Charles J. A. Hughes (Vice-Chairman) R. W. Cameron, Lumberman, Fredericton, N.B C. Alan Beatteay, Manager, Snowflake Lime Company Ltd., Saint John, N.B Geo. R. Melvin, Secretary-Treasurer, New Brunswick Federation of Labour, Saint John, N.B R. F. Gould, Claims' Investigator, C.N.R., and President Canadian Brotherhood of Railway Employees and Other Transport Workers, Local Division No. 137, Moncton, N.B R.W.L.B.-Quebec Frangois Faure, V lce-Fresident, Lmnsoliaateti jraper corporation Limited, Montreal, P.Q Robert McLagan, General Manager, Canadian Vickers Limited, Montreal, P.Q Col. J. H. Dessureault, Dessureault and Company, Quebec, P.Q... Paul N. Marquette, General Representative, Canadian Congress of Labour, Montreal, P.Q Philippe Lessard, President, National Catholic Pulp and Paper Federation, Port Alfred, P.Q ; [DOT] Lionel Thibeault, Representative, Boot and Shoe Workers' Union Montreal, P.Q R.W.L.B.-Ontario Hon. Peter Heenan (Chairman), Minister of Labour S. E. Dinsmore, President, Dinsmore-Mclntire, Ltd., Windsor, Ont. C.-B. C. Scott, Superintendent, Massey-Harris Company Ltd., Toronto, Ont J. Cauley, Member of Ontario Executive, Trades and Labour Congress of Canada, Hamilton, Ont Joseph Corbett, Chairman, Joint Protective Board, Canadian National Railways, Brotherhood of Railway Carmen, London, Ont * Elroy Robson, Director of Organization for the Province of Ontario, Canadian Congress of Labour, Toronto, Ont E. E. Sparrow, Director, Imperial Varnish and Color Co., Ltd., Toronto, Ont


R.W.L.B.


Manitoba Hon. S. J. Farmer (Chairman), Minister of Labour J. H. Parkhill, Parkhill Bedding Limited, Winnipeg, Man E. Claydon, President, Claydon Company Ltd., Winnipeg, Man. .. Fred Keeley, Chairman, Manitoba Provincial Executive Committee of the Trades and Labour Congress of Canada, Winnipeg, Man. John S. McNabb, Secretary, Winnipeg Labour Council, Winnipeg. R.W.L.B.-Saskatchewan Hon. R. J. M. Parker (Chairman), Minister in charge of Bureau of Labour and Public Welfare Charles Andrew Scott (Vice-Chairman) Leroy Johnson, K.C., Natural Sodium Products Ltd., Moose Jaw.. F. E. Doull, Office Manager, The Robert Simpson Co., Ltd., Regina, Sask H. D. Davis, General Chairman, Brotherhood of Railway Carmen, Prince Albert, Sask Gerald Dealtry, Secretary, Trades and Labour Council, Saskatoon, Sask R.W.L.B.-Alberta Hon. E. C. Manning (Chairman), Provincial Secretary and Minister of Trade and Industry W. D. King (Vice-Chairman), Deputy Minister Wm. Innes, Burns and Company. Limited, Calgary, Alberta H. G. MacDonald, Edmonton, Alta Travelling Remuneration Expenses 540 00 184 00 570 00 269 95 48 25 No remuneration 90 00 153 30 97 50 101 90 105 00 101 90 180 00 164 83 No remuneration No remuneration 211 93 105 00 15 00 [DOT][DOT] 180 00 196 68 195 00 99 05 195 00 481 85 150 00 178 00 No remuneration 135 00 271 45 49 10 165 00 142 70 165 00 106 60 165 00 47 50 165 00 46 10 No remuneration 37 60 195 00 145 40 180 00 130 90 180 00 131 00 210 00 46 45 No remuneration No remuneration 240 00 96 15 285 00 136 30 405 00 49 54 360 00 117 60 No remuneration No remuneration 160 00 262 25 245 00 328 60 Questions War Labour Boards-Cone. R.W.L.B.-Alberta-Con. T. C. Thompson, President, Local 271, Sheet Metal Workers' International Association, Edmonton, Alta ic: [DOT] [DOT] D. Mathieson, Secretary, Locals 6783, 6784, 4119, Lnited Mine Workers'of America, District 18, Edmonton, Alberta


R.W.L.B.-B.C.


Hon. George S. Pearson (Chairman), Minister of Labour Adam Bell (Vice-Chairman), Deputy Minister of Labour Byron S. Johnston, Gilley Brothers, New Westminster, B.C John Tucker, Vancouver, B.C Sijney Garfield Smith, Bloedel Welch and Stewart, Vancouver, Chris" Pritchard, President, Vancouver Metal Trades Council, Vancouver, B.C - [DOT] [DOT] [DOT][DOT][DOT] [DOT] [DOT] [DOT]'TV ' ; L. Campbell, Boilermakers and Iron Shipbuilders Union ot Canada. Vancouver, B.C [DOT] [DOT] * [DOT] [DOT] [DOT] *[DOT] * * [DOT] H. W. Mackey. Vice-General Chairman of the Brotherhood ot Locomotive Engineers, Vancouver, B.C Travelling Remuneration Expenses 225 00 186 60 225 00 214 00 No remuneration No remuneration 247 50 142 50 259 60 142 50 260 60 300 00 48 20 300 00 48 45 285 00 49 70


MILITARY SERVICE-JOLIETTE-L'ASSOMPTION-MONTCALM

LIB

Mr. FERLAND:

Liberal

1. To what point have the French-language recruits in the electoral district of Joliette-L'Assomption-Montealm, summoned to receive their military instruction at training centre No. 42, Joliette, Quebec, actually been sent?

2. Is it true that young men of the province of Quebec are sent to centres of military instruction outside the province?

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Mr. RALSTON: (Minister of National Defence)

Liberal

1. Such men have not been sent to any one point but have been sent to various advanced training centres according to the arm or service in which they were to be trained. After completion of advanced training they have been dispatched to various units for duty. Recruits who do not speak English are sent to advanced training centres and units in which the French language is spoken, such as: Petawawa, Borden, Barrie-field, Farnham, Three Rivers, Valcartier and Halifax. To prepare a complete list of points at which men trained at Joliette are now serving would require a study of the individual documents of all such men.

2. Men from the province of Quebec may be sent for training to training centres in Quebec, of which there are 11 basic and 3 advanced, or to other provinces, depending on the arm or service in which they are trained. Similarly men from other provinces may be sent to the province of Quebec for training, for example, all reinforcements from all over Canada for infantry (machine gun) battalions, are trained in Three Rivers.

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CANADIAN BUREAU OP INFORMATION IN UNITED STATES

NAT

Herbert Alexander Bruce

National Government

Mr. BRUCE:

Has anything yet been done in respect to the establishment of a Canadian bureau of information in the United States?

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Joseph Thorarinn Thorson (Minister of National War Services)

Liberal

Mr. THORSON:

The question of the establishment of a Canadian bureau of information in the United States is at present under review with the United States authorities concerned with the field of public information.

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May 20, 1942