March 14, 1944

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FIRST READINGS-SENATE BILLS


Bill No. 10, for the relief of Theodore Zalopany.-Mr. Gray. Bill No. 11, for the relief of Thelma Alice Warren Whittet.-Mr. Fulford. Bill No. 12, for the relief of Ethel Sangster Muir.-Mr. Factor. Bill No. 13, for the relief of Kiril John Christo.-Mr. Gray. Bill No. 14, for the relief of Helaine Ethel Leopold Lax.-Mr. Mcllraith. Bill No. 15, for the relief of Cecil Benjamin Pomeroy.-Mr. Mcllraith. Bill No. 16, for the relief of Pinnie Rosenhek Leopold.-Mr. Casselman (Grenville-Dundas). Bill No. 17, for the relief of Paul Sanson White.-Mr. Fulford. Bill No. 18, for the relief of Mary Hope Beers Ross.-Mr. Mcllraith. Bill No. 19, for the relief of Wasyl Usypchuk, otherwise known as William Usypchuk.-Mr. Factor. Bill No. 20, for the relief of Walter Stanley Spencer.-Mr. Fulford. Bill No. 21, for the relief of Emma Gertrude Groves Morris.-Mr. Hill. Bill No. 22, for the relief of Gertrude Margaret Amy Ogilvie.-Mr. Hazen. Bill No. 23, for the relief of Myrtle Josephine Teel Odell.-Mr. Emmerson. Bill No. 24, for the relief of Majorie Helen Parker Leduc.-Mr. Boucher. Bill No. 25, for the relief of Margaret Derry Kirby.-Mr. Boucher. Bill No. 26, for the relief of George Thomas Bragger. Mr. Hill. Bill No. 27, for the relief of Freda Watson Norman Daniels.-Mr. Emmerson. Bill No. 28, for the relief of Iris Mabel Dash Wilkinson.-Mr. Hill. Bill No. 29, for the relief of Joseph Ulric Edouard Bums.-Mr. Hill. Bill No. 30, for the relief of Thomas Henry Dwyer.-Mr. Maclnnis. Bill No. 31, for the relief of Elsie Margaret Ormandy Henderson.-Mr. Boucher. Bill No. 32, for the relief of Arthur Charles Duffy.-Mr. Gray. Bill No. 33, for the relief of Kathleen Edna Ellis Wainwright.-Mr. Hill. Bill No. 34, for the relief of Diana Lenore Carsley Tenenhouse.-Mr. Gray.


RADIO BROADCASTING

INQUIRY AS TO APPOINTMENT OF GOVERNOR AND GENERAL MANAGER OF C.B.C.


On the orders of the day:


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Gordon Graydon (Leader of the Official Opposition)

National Government

Mr. GORDON GRAYDON (Leader of the Opposition):

I should like to ask the Minister of National War Services when he expects to be in a position to announce the appointment of the new governor to the board of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and also when the general managership of the corporation is to be filled?

R.C.A.F.-Training Schools

Hon. L. R. LaFLECHE (Minister of National War Services): The hon. member was

kind enough to let me have a notice of his question. In reply to the first question, I am not yet in a position to make an announcement; and in regard to the appointment of a general manager to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, I have not yet had recommendation from the board of governors. I shall be very happy to announce the appointments to my hon. friend and to this house at the earliest possible moment.

Topic:   RADIO BROADCASTING
Subtopic:   INQUIRY AS TO APPOINTMENT OF GOVERNOR AND GENERAL MANAGER OF C.B.C.
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Gordon Graydon (Leader of the Official Opposition)

National Government

Mr. GRAYDON:

It is six months since we had a general manager.

Mr. LaFLECHE: May I reply to the

second question? I simply wish to observe that of all Canadian citizens the hon. member for Peel (Mr. Graydon) should understand that appointments cannot always be made immediately. He himself is acting, and has been for a long time.

Topic:   RADIO BROADCASTING
Subtopic:   INQUIRY AS TO APPOINTMENT OF GOVERNOR AND GENERAL MANAGER OF C.B.C.
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FISHING INDUSTRY

PACIFIC COAST-LING COD-TIE-UP OF FISHING VESSELS


On the orders of the day:


CCF

Angus MacInnis

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

Mr. ANGUS MacINNIS (Vancouver East):

I should like to put a question to the Minister of Fisheries. I regret I did not have time to give him notice of it. Is the minister aware that two hundred and fifty fishing vessels ordinarily engaged in ling cod fishing are tied up at the present time on the Pacific coast because of the dispute between the fishermen and the fishing companies over the price of ling cod as set by the wartime prices and trade board? Would the minister be kind enough to take this as a notice and reply on Thursday?

Topic:   FISHING INDUSTRY
Subtopic:   PACIFIC COAST-LING COD-TIE-UP OF FISHING VESSELS
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Ernest Bertrand (Minister of Fisheries)

Liberal

Hon. ERNEST BERTRAND (Minister of Fisheries):

I shall ask the hon. gentleman to put his question on the order paper.

Topic:   FISHING INDUSTRY
Subtopic:   PACIFIC COAST-LING COD-TIE-UP OF FISHING VESSELS
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Richard Burpee Hanson

National Government

Mr. HANSON (York-Sunbury):

No; it is on now.

Topic:   FISHING INDUSTRY
Subtopic:   PACIFIC COAST-LING COD-TIE-UP OF FISHING VESSELS
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LIB

Ernest Bertrand (Minister of Fisheries)

Liberal

Mr. BERTRAND (Laurier):

There are

two or three questions in the one question.

Topic:   FISHING INDUSTRY
Subtopic:   PACIFIC COAST-LING COD-TIE-UP OF FISHING VESSELS
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ROYAL CANADIAN AIR FORCE

CLOSING OF CERTAIN TRAINING SCHOOLS


On the orders of the day:


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John George Diefenbaker

Progressive Conservative

Mr. J. G. DIEFENBAKER (Lake Centre):

I should like to ask the Minister of National Defence for Air a question with regard1 to the announcement that was made yesterday with respect to the closing of1 certain elementary flying schools, service training schools and air observer schools. What was the basis for determining the particular schools to be closed?

Was it on the basis of administrative weaknesses, or non-flying facilities, or of there being too many accidents in the schools? I ask the question because the people in the districts are anxious to know the circumstances connected with the closing of the schools.

Topic:   ROYAL CANADIAN AIR FORCE
Subtopic:   CLOSING OF CERTAIN TRAINING SCHOOLS
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LIB

Thomas Vien (Speaker of the Senate)

Liberal

Mr. SPEAKER:

This is a question that

cannot be answered to-day. The minister may take note of it and answer it at the proper time.

Topic:   ROYAL CANADIAN AIR FORCE
Subtopic:   CLOSING OF CERTAIN TRAINING SCHOOLS
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March 14, 1944