March 18, 1948

HEALTH AND WELFARE


-FILMS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES


LIB

Andrew Wesley Stuart

Liberal

Mr. STUART (Charlotte):

What films, or film strips, have been released for educational work and for child and maternal health in the Department of National Health and Welfare?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   HEALTH AND WELFARE
Sub-subtopic:   CHILDREN AND MOTHERS
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LIB

Ralph Maybank (Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of National Health and Welfare)

Liberal

Mr. MAYBANK:

The following health

education films and filmstrips, having a bearing on child and maternal health, have been prepared for the Department of National Health and Welfare by the national film board of Canada:

Films:

"Mother and Her Child"-based on the book "The Canadian Mother and Child" covers both the prenatal and postnatal phases and the care and development of the child up to one year of age.

"Know Your Baby"-illustrates proved methods of psychological care of the new-born infant.

"The Feeling of Rejection"-the first of a proposed series of films on mental mechanisms, designed to illustrate the development of personality factors which often lead to emotional difficulties and physical distress.

"Small Fry"-illustrates the provisions being made for the welfare of Canada's children,

pointing out improvements in education, diet and environment.

"Something to Chew On"-a film for parents showing the correct method of caring for children's teeth.

"Stanley Takes a Trip"-shows in entertaining cartoon fashion the' foods required by a normal growing boy.

Filmstrips:

"Nine to Get Ready"-covers the essential points in prenatal care to ensure the best possible start in life for babies.

"Introducing Baby"-gives detailed information on the care of mother and child from the time the baby is born until the weaning period.

"Internal Triangle"-a cartoon filmstrip describing the adventures of two teen-age girls with Canada's food rules.

"Peppo"-demonstrates bow a family can spend the family allowance wisely to provide healthy diet essential to growing children,

"Rural School Lunches"-a filmstrip providing practical suggestions for the use of teachers and mothers of rural school children.

In addition the following films and filmstrips are being completed and will be released shortly:

"Invisible Armour"-a film on immunization -which will show the general principles of immunization and the need for proper protection in the first year and pre-school age, and will point out the responsibility of the individual in protecting not only his own family but the community as a whole;

Questions

A film on feeding problems, for parents of pre-school children;

"Why We Eat"-a series of filmstrips, which will cover the general aspects of nutrition and deal specifically with each one of the food groups-vegetables, milk, fruits, cereals and bread, and meats.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   HEALTH AND WELFARE
Sub-subtopic:   CHILDREN AND MOTHERS
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VETERANS AFFAIRS-DEPUTY AND ASSISTANT DEPUTY MINISTER

PC

Mr. COYLE:

Progressive Conservative

1. Have any appointments been made since January 1, 1947, to the position of deputy minister or assistant deputy minister of Veterans Affairs?

2. If so, what .are the names of such persons?

3. At what salaries were such persons appointed?

4. By whom were they appointed?

5. What previous positions in government services had each such person held?

6. Was any examination of their qualifications made?

7. If so, who were the examining or rating officers?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   VETERANS AFFAIRS-DEPUTY AND ASSISTANT DEPUTY MINISTER
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LIB

Mr. GREGG: (Minister of Veterans Affairs)

Liberal

1. Yes. One assistant deputy minister.

2. Jean Maurice Bernier, B.A., LL.L.

3. $7,500 per annum.

4. Civil service commission.

5. (a) Assistant private secretary to the Minister of Justice; (b) Advisory counsel, Department of Justice (appointed by civil service commission) ; (c) Private secretary to the Minister of Justice; (d) Private secretary to Secretary of State for External Affairs (while holding permanent position of advisory counsel, Department of Justice).

6. Yes.

7. Rating officers: Departmental representative, W. S. Woods, C.M.G., LL.D., deputy minister; technical representative, Lieut.-Col.

G. Bisson, chairman, unemployment insurance commission; civil sendee commission representative, O. A. Lefebvre.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   VETERANS AFFAIRS-DEPUTY AND ASSISTANT DEPUTY MINISTER
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DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS-ALLOWANCES TO WIDOWS AND NON-PENSIONED VETERANS

SC

Mr. HANSELL:

Social Credit

1. Has the government considered increasing present allowances to widows and non-pensioned veterans?

2. If so, what is the scale of increase?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS-ALLOWANCES TO WIDOWS AND NON-PENSIONED VETERANS
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LIB

Milton Fowler Gregg (Minister of Veterans Affairs)

Liberal

Mr. GREGG:

1 and 2. Assuming that the questions relate to widows of non-pensioned veterans, a resolution on the order paper in the name of the Minister of Veterans Affairs deals with the subject matter.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS-ALLOWANCES TO WIDOWS AND NON-PENSIONED VETERANS
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FEDERAL DISTRICT COMMISSION

PC

Mr. HENDERSON:

Progressive Conservative

1. What are the names of the members of the federal district commission?

2. When and upon whose recomendation was each such person appointed?

3. What remuneration or expenses was paid in 1947 to each such person?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   FEDERAL DISTRICT COMMISSION
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LIB

William Lyon Mackenzie King (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council)

Liberal

Mr. MACKENZIE KING:

I. and 2.

Names Date of Appointment

F. E. Bronson, May 4, 1927; reappointed July 31, 1947.

Raymond Brunet, September 25, 1946.

Charles Camsell, July 31, 1947.

R. Chevrier, November 28, 1924; reappointed July 31, 1947.

J. A. Ewart, May 2, 1938.

J. E. Stanley Lewis, January 8, 1936.

D. K. MacTavish, May 2, 1938.

A. J. Major, April 18, 1946.

J. B. Spencer, October 18, 1934.

J. W. Ste. Marie, May 4, 1927; reappointed July 31, 1947.

Mr. Lewis and Mr. Brunet were appointed by by-laws of the cities of Ottawa and Hull respectively. The remainder were appointed by order in council passed on the recommendation of the Minister of Finance (under the Federal District Commission Act, 1927) or the President of the Privy Council (since the amendment to the Act passed in 1946.)

3. None.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   FEDERAL DISTRICT COMMISSION
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IMMIGRATION-POLISH WAR VETERANS

PC

Mr. BRADSHAW:

Progressive Conservative

1. How many single Polish veterans were admitted to Canada under order in council P.C. 1746?

2. Of these, how many were placed on farms?

3. How many of these are still working on farms?

4. Have any other orders in council been passed admitting more Polish war veterans?

5. If so, how many were admitted under these orders in council?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   IMMIGRATION-POLISH WAR VETERANS
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LIB

Mr. COTE (Verdun): (Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Labour)

Liberal

1. 1,651.

2. 1,650.

3. 1,617.

4. Yes, order in council P.C. 3112, dated July 23, 1946.

5. 2,876 in November, 1946.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   IMMIGRATION-POLISH WAR VETERANS
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BEEF AND PORK PRODUCTS-SHIPMENTS TO BRITAIN

CCF

Mr. BENTLEY:

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

1. How many grades of beef are being sent to Britain?

Questions

2. Are there more pounds of (a) higher grades; (b) lower grades?

3. What are the prices Britain is paying for the various grades?

4. How many grades and kinds of pork products are being sent to Britain?

5. What are the prices Britain is paying for the various kinds or grades?

6. What kinds and grades of pork products are being supplied to the Canadian market?

7. By grades and kinds, at what prices are pork products supplied to Canadian retailers?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   BEEF AND PORK PRODUCTS-SHIPMENTS TO BRITAIN
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LIB

Mr. GARDINER: (Minister of Agriculture)

Liberal

1. Seven.

2. Exports of beef by grade. , 1947:

Bone-In (lb.) Boneless (lb.)

A ... 590,292 87,352B ... 1,9S7,012 127,758C ... 7,539.897 3,429,567D ... 14.761,044 2,110,702E ... 120,384 1,805,541P 2,544,433M 706,270Exports of >

date: beef by grade, January 1, 1948 Bone-In (lb.) Boneless (lb.)A 463B ... 129,586 C ... 318,867 25,987D . .. 1,384,601 30,844E ... 10,854 125,813P 82,942M 4,9903. Per 100 lb. A

$27.50 B

26.50 C

23.10 D

21.20 E per 100 lb.P -[DOT]4 M ...JHinds $24.00 per 100 lb.

4. Two grades of Wiltshire sides, and export cuts i.e., fores, middles, backs, hams and gammons.

5. Per 100 lb.

Wiltshires "A" .... $36.00

Wiltshires "B" .... 35.40

Hams A/C 10-18 .... 37.90

Hams A/C 18-22 .... 36.30

Gammons 10-18 .... 37.90

Gammons 18-22 .... 36.30

Middles Regular .... 38.65

Middles N.A.A.F.I .... 39.30

Rib Backs .... 41.35

Square Fores 10/20 .... 29.60

Square Fores 20/22 .... 28.45

6. All kinds and grades.

7. No information.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   BEEF AND PORK PRODUCTS-SHIPMENTS TO BRITAIN
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VETERANS LAND ACT-PIAP0T INDIAN RESERVATION

March 18, 1948