The number of housing units (a) constructed in Canada by Wartime Housing Limited and Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation, as at December 31, 1948, was 38,126, of which 2,265 housing units had been constructed in Saskatchewan.
The number of housing units (b) under construction by Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation as at December 31, 1948, was 6,721, of which 547 are under construction in Saskatchewan.
Subtopic: WARTIME HOUSING
Sub-subtopic: HOUSES BUILT AND UNDER CONSTRUCTION
1. All the provinces have been invited to submit proposed routes.
2. All the provinces discussed their related problems at a conference in Ottawa on December 14 and 15, 1948. Subsequently, to date, eight of the ten provinces have submitted statistics on mileages, standards, costs, possible routes, and other technical data.
3. Not yet determined.
Subtopic: TRANS-CANADA HIGHWAY CHOICE OF ROUTE
Note: These figures relate to profits paid to United States companies by their branches in Canada and by Canadian subsidiaries to United States parent companies owning or controlling them to the extent of 50 per cent or more.
(b) The records of the foreign exchange control board are not maintained in such a manner as to make it possible to obtain the answer to this question.
Subtopic: UNITED STATES FIRMS IN CANADA
Sub-subtopic: PROFITS CON- VERTED INTO UNITED STATES FUNDS AND REINVESTED IN CANADA
1. The members of the income tax appeal board are Mr. Justice R. T. Graham, chairman; Mr. Fabio Monet, C.R., Mr. W. S. Fisher, K.C.
The salaries are fixed by statute (Income Tax Act, chapter 52, statutes of 1948, section 77(6)), and are as follows: chairman,
$13,333.33 a year, and every other member, $10,000 a year.
2. The following is the number of appeals by provinces taken to the income tax appeal board as at March 31, 1949: Nova Scotia, Nil; Prince Edward Island, Nil; New Brunswick, Nil; Quebec, 2; Ontario, 4; Manitoba, 2; Saskatchewan, 1; Alberta, 2; British Columbia, 2; Total, 13.