June 28, 1943

POTATO SUPPLY

COAL SUBSIDIES-NOVA SCOTIA

CCF

Mr. GILLIS:

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

1. How many tons of coal were, mined, (a) in 1941; (b) in 1942, by each of the following companies: Dominion Coal Company, Acadia Coal Company, Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Company, Cumberland Railway and Coal Company ?

2. Were any subsidies paid by the government to any of the above-noted companies in 1941? If so, what were the total amounts, on what basis were they paid, and at -what rates?

3. Were any subsidies paid by the government to any of the above-noted companies in 1942? If so, what were the total amounts, on what basis were they paid, and at what rates?

4. Were any special depreciation allowances made to the above-noted companies in 1941? If so, what ivere the amounts?

5. Were any special depreciation allowances made to the above-noted companies in 1942? If so, what were the amounts?

6. What were the net profits of each of the above-noted companies in 1941 and 1942?

7. What taxes were paid by each of the above-noted companies in 1941 and 1942?

Topic:   POTATO SUPPLY
Subtopic:   COAL SUBSIDIES-NOVA SCOTIA
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R.C.A.F.-OSTEOPATHS

SC

Mr. SHAW:

Social Credit

1. Has the Royal Canadian Air Force considered at any time since the outbreak of war the enlistment of osteopaths?

2. Was a bulletin issued at any time inviting osteopaths to enlist in the Royal Canadian Air Force? If so, upon what date was such bulletin issued?

Motions for Papers

3. What were the stipulated qualifications required of osteopaths Who were invited to enlist in the R.C.A.F.?

4. Was a bulletin issued at any time indicating the duties which enlisted osteopaths would be obliged to perform? If so, what were the said duties?

5. How many osteopaths have been enlisted as such into the Royal Canadian Air Force since the outbreak of war?

6. What rank was granted to each osteopath who enlisted?

7. Were any of the enlisted osteopaths officially advised that they would be granted promotion as they showed their ability in their profession?

8. Have any of the osteopaths who enlisted as such in the Royal Canadian Air Force been permitted to give osteopathic treatment to personnel of the Royal Canadian Air Force?

9. Have any of the osteopaths who enlisted as such in the Royal Canadian Air Force been given the opportunity to remuster or secure discharges?

10. Of the osteopaths who enlisted as such in the Royal Canadian Air Force, how many have been granted commissions?

Topic:   POTATO SUPPLY
Subtopic:   R.C.A.F.-OSTEOPATHS
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VULCAN AIR TRAINING SCHOOL

SC

Mr. HANSELL:

Social Credit

1. What are the names of companies or individuals having done contract work or subcontract work on the Yulcan air training school?

2. What amount did each receive for work done?

3. What companies or individuals have done or are doing work on the water pipeline for this school; how much has each been paid, and what is the estimated total cost?

Topic:   POTATO SUPPLY
Subtopic:   VULCAN AIR TRAINING SCHOOL
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DEPARTMENTAL NEWS RELEASE SERVICES

PC

Mr. BENCE:

Progressive Conservative

1. How many departments of the government have special news releases of their own?

2. What are the names of such departments, and how many such releases are sent out by each department per month?

3. What coordination is there in the dissemination of the news contained in such releases with that released by the wartime information hoard?

Topic:   POTATO SUPPLY
Subtopic:   DEPARTMENTAL NEWS RELEASE SERVICES
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OTTAWA GIRLS' HOSTEL


Mr. MacIN'NIS: 1. What was the total cost of, (a) the building; (b) the furnishings and equipment of the girls' hostel, Laurentian Terrace? 2. What number of persons will the building accommodate? 3. How many are in residence there now? 4. (a) What are the rates charged; (b) on what basis are the rates determined? 5. Has the Ottawa housing registry committee approved of these rates? 6. What are the regulations regarding hours and supervision? 7. What is the total number of staff employed? 8. How was the staff appointed?


MOTIONS FOR PAPERS

SC

Victor Quelch

Social Credit

Mr. QUELCH:

For a copy of reports and recommendations of the Canadian representatives who attended the conference at Washington dealing with the stabilization of international currencies, sum-mitted to the Canadian government, any department thereof, or Bank of Canada.

Topic:   POTATO SUPPLY
Subtopic:   MOTIONS FOR PAPERS
Sub-subtopic:   INTERNATIONAL CURRENCY CONFERENCE
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LIB

James Lorimer Ilsley (Minister of Finance and Receiver General)

Liberal

Mr. ILSLEY:

One of these days I shall be making a statement to the house with regard to this matter, and in the meantime I should like this question to stand. There are no recommendations or reports-at least, if I understand the sense of the question.

Motion stands.

Topic:   POTATO SUPPLY
Subtopic:   MOTIONS FOR PAPERS
Sub-subtopic:   INTERNATIONAL CURRENCY CONFERENCE
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WARTIME HOUSING LIMITED-WINNIPEG

CCF

Stanley Howard Knowles

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

Mr. KNOWLES:

For a copy of all letters, telegrams, memoranda and other documents exchanged between Wartime Housing Limited, or any official thereof and the city of Winnipeg or any official thereof, dated since April 1,1941; also for a copy of all letters, telegrams, documents and memoranda exchanged between the Department of Munitions and Supply, or any official thereof, and the city of Winnipeg, or any official thereof, relating to housing in the city of Winnipeg, dated since April 1, 1941.

Topic:   POTATO SUPPLY
Subtopic:   WARTIME HOUSING LIMITED-WINNIPEG
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WARTIME HOUSING LIMITED-WINNIPEG

CCF

Stanley Howard Knowles

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

Mr. KNOWLES:

For a copy of all correspondence, dated since January 1, 1942, received by Wartime Housing Limited, the Department of Munitions and Supply, and/or by any other department or official of the government, from any individuals or organizations, relating to the proposal of Wartime Housing Limited, to erect permanent houses in the city of Winnipeg.

Topic:   POTATO SUPPLY
Subtopic:   WARTIME HOUSING LIMITED-WINNIPEG
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R.C.A.F.-OSTEOPATHS

SC

Frederick Davis Shaw

Social Credit

Mr. SHAW:

For a copy of air force recruiting bulletin No. 271; also for a copy of all correspondence, including letters and telegrams, passing between the Department of National Defence (air services) and any official thereof, and any person or persons respecting the enlistment of osteopaths into the Royal Canadian Air Force.

Topic:   POTATO SUPPLY
Subtopic:   R.C.A.F.-OSTEOPATHS
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June 28, 1943