May 2, 1944

CANADIAN FORCES

PETITION FOR INCREASED CLOTHING ALLOWANCE TJPON DISCHARGE

LIB

Arthur Wentworth Roebuck

Liberal

Mr. A. W. ROEBUCK (Trinity):

I wish to present a petition signed by approximately two thousand citizens of Trinity riding, in the city of Toronto, asking for an increased clothing allowance for discharged members of the armed forces.

Topic:   CANADIAN FORCES
Subtopic:   PETITION FOR INCREASED CLOTHING ALLOWANCE TJPON DISCHARGE
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REPORTS OF COMMITTEES

DEFENCE OF CANADA REGULATIONS-CONCURRENCE IN FIRST REPORT


Hon. ERNEST BERTRAND (Minister of Fisheries) presented the first report of the special committee on the defence of Canada regulations, and moved that the report be concurred in. Motion agreed to.


STANDING ORDERS


First report of the standing committee on standing orders.-Mr. Golding.


REPORT OF SPECIAL INTER-ALLIED COMMITTEE ON CONSUMPTION LEVELS


Hon. L. S. ST. LAURENT (Minister of Justice): I table three copies in English and three copies in French of report on food consumption levels in Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States, prepared by a special joint committee set up by the combined food boards.


PRIVATE BILLS

FUNDY AIR LINES


Mr. A. D. LEGER (Kent, N.B.) moved for leave to introduce bill No. 89, to incorporate Fundy Air Lines.


NAT
PC

Antoine Joseph Léger

Progressive Conservative

Mr. LEGER:

This bill will permit a group of men to form a company called the Fundy Air Lines, giving them permission to apply to operate air lines in the maritimes.

Motion agreed to and bill read the first time.

Topic:   PRIVATE BILLS
Subtopic:   FUNDY AIR LINES
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WORKERS BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION OF CANADA


Mr. RALPH MAYBANK (Winnipeg South Centre) moved for leave to introduce bill No. 90, to incorporate Workers Benevolent Association of Canada.


NAT
LIB

Ralph Maybank

Liberal

Mr. MAYBANK:

This is a bill to incorporate a company that has been carrying on benevolent insurance or something of that sort in the province of Manitoba and in some other provinces. It finds it necessary to be incorporated under dominion rather than provincial laws. There is little more than that in the bill.

Motion agreed to and bill read the first time.

Topic:   WORKERS BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION OF CANADA
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BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE

May 2, 1944