March 13, 1944

ACADIA SUGAR REFINERY

LIB

Mr. ISNOR:

Liberal

1. What steps if any are being taken to relieve the double transportation of raw sugar being hauled over the lines of the Canadian National Railways from the port of Halifax, Nova Scotia, to inland points to be refined?

2. Do the reasons given for the closing down of the Acadia Sugar Refinery at Woodside, Halifax county, N.S., still exist?

3. Do transportation difficulties now exist to such an extent as they did two years ago?

4. Does the scarcity of fuel oil, for operating purposes, exist to the same extent as it did when the plant was closed?

Topic:   ACADIA SUGAR REFINERY
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DOMINION-WIDE TEACHERS' CERTIFICATES

LIB

Mr. ISNOR:

Liberal

1. Has any dominion conference been called within the past two years by any branch of the government inviting provincial educational authorities with a view of studying ways and means so as to validate teachers' certificates so that a teaching certificate secured in any province may be valid for use in any other province?

2. If such conference was held, on what date, where, what were the names of representatives of provinces attending; the subjects discussed and considered, and decisions reached?

3. Was the question of free-exchange of teachers between provinces considered? If so, with what results?

Topic:   DOMINION-WIDE TEACHERS' CERTIFICATES
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LIB

Norman Alexander McLarty (Secretary of State of Canada)

Liberal

Mr. McLARTY:

Return tabled.

Topic:   DOMINION-WIDE TEACHERS' CERTIFICATES
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KXK-894 SELECTIVE SERVICE-BOUCHARD PLANT, STE. TIIERESE, QUK.

LIB

Mr. RAYMOND:

Liberal

1. How many employees, (a) male; (b) female, in the plant known as the Bouchard plant, at Sainte-Therhse, Quebec, have been laid off within the last two months and how many have quit work voluntarily?

2. Were those who left work voluntarily, threatened with a salary reduction, directly or indirectly?

3. Within the last two months, how many -persons formerly employed at the Nobel plant, Ontario, have been transferred to the Bouchard plant, at Saint-Therese, Quebec, by the selective service, and who paid their travelling expenses?

4. Within the past two months, how many persons employed in other plants of Ontario and other provinces have been transferred to the Bouchard plant, at Sainte-Ther6se, Quebec, by the selective service, and who paid their travelling expenses?

Topic:   KXK-894 SELECTIVE SERVICE-BOUCHARD PLANT, STE. TIIERESE, QUK.
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SELECTIVE SERVICE-BOUCHARD PUNT, STE. THERESE, QUE.

IND

Mr. BERTRAND (Terrebonne):

Independent Liberal

1. How many employees of the Defence Industries Limited plant at Nobel have been transferred to Bouchard, since the 1st of November, 1943?

2. What are the names and addresses of employees so transferred?

3. What was the occupation, at Nobel, of each of the persons so transferred, and what was his salary?

4. What is the occupation, at Bouchard, of each of the persons so transferred, and what is his salary?

5. Have the persons so transferred taken positions already occupied? If so, what are the names and addresses of the persons who have been replaced?

Topic:   SELECTIVE SERVICE-BOUCHARD PUNT, STE. THERESE, QUE.
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SELECTIVE SERVICE

TRANSFERS TO NITRO PLANT NEAR VALLEYFIELD

LIB

Mr. RAYMOND:

Liberal

1. Within the last six months how many employees working at the Nitro war plant, near Valleyfield, operated by Defence Industries Ltd., have been laid off?

2. Within the last six months, how many new employees have been hired in the service of the same company at the same place?

2. Within the last six months, how many persons formerly employed at the Nobel plant, Ontario, have been transferred to the Nitro plant, near Valleyfield, by selective service, and who paid their travelling expenses?

4. Within the last six mouths, how many persons employed in other plants in Ontario and other province's have been transferred to the Nitro plant, near Vaiieyfield. by the selective service, and who paid their travelling expenses?

Topic:   SELECTIVE SERVICE
Subtopic:   TRANSFERS TO NITRO PLANT NEAR VALLEYFIELD
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MOTIONS FOR PAPERS


SINKING OF "b.C. STAR"


LIB

Gerald Grattan McGeer

Liberal

Mr. McGEER:

For a copy of all letters, communications, reports or other documents pertaining to the

Motions for Papers

sinking of the boat B.C. Star off the coast of British Columbia while being operated in the service of the Department of National Defence for Air.

Topic:   MOTIONS FOR PAPERS
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MOBILIZATION ACT-POSTPONEMENTS IN SASKATCHEWAN

CCF

Major James William Coldwell

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

Mr. COLDWELL:

For a copy of all correspondence, letters, telegrams, memoranda and other documents exchanged between members of the House of ' Commons or members of the Saskatchewan legislature and the minister responsible for the administration of the National Resources Mobilization Act, or, with the Saskatchewan national resources mobilization board, or any member thereof, relating to deferments, postponements or exemptions from military service, between the organization of the said board and December 31, 1943.

Topic:   MOBILIZATION ACT-POSTPONEMENTS IN SASKATCHEWAN
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MOBILIZATION ACT-SASKATCHEWAN ROBERT M'KAHOFF

CCF

Major James William Coldwell

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

Mr. COLDWELL:

For a copy of all letters, telegrams, memoranda and other documents in possession of any department of government or minister relating to the case of Robert Makaroff, of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, together with a copy of the judgment of the mobilization board of division "M" and dated at Regiua, the 25th day of November, 1943.

Topic:   MOBILIZATION ACT-SASKATCHEWAN ROBERT M'KAHOFF
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AGRICULTURE-EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CERTAIN EMPLOYEES

March 13, 1944