April 29, 1949

POSTAL SERVICE

EXTENSION OF FRANKING PRIVILEGE FOR TEN DAYS AFTER PROROGATION


On the orders of the day:


PC

Wilfrid Garfield Case

Progressive Conservative

Mr. W. Garfield Case (Grey North):

should like to direct a question to the Postmaster General. Will the franking privilege be extended after the dissolution of parliament?

Topic:   POSTAL SERVICE
Subtopic:   EXTENSION OF FRANKING PRIVILEGE FOR TEN DAYS AFTER PROROGATION
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LIB

Ernest Bertrand (Postmaster General)

Liberal

Hon. Ernest Bertrand (Postmaster General):

According to custom, the franking privilege is extended to members for ten days after prorogation.

Topic:   POSTAL SERVICE
Subtopic:   EXTENSION OF FRANKING PRIVILEGE FOR TEN DAYS AFTER PROROGATION
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INQUIRY AS TO MARKETING IN GREAT BRITAIN


On the orders of the day:


IND

Herbert Wilfred Herridge

Independent C.C.F.

Mr. H. W. Herridge (Kootenay West):

I wish to direct a question to the Prime Minister. I apologize for not sending him notice of it. Is the Minister of Trade and Commerce (Mr. Howe) now in London discussing the question of the marketing of Canadian apples in Great Britain for this coming year?

Topic:   INQUIRY AS TO MARKETING IN GREAT BRITAIN
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LIB

Louis Stephen St-Laurent (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council)

Liberal

Right Hon. L. S. St. Laurent (Prime Minister):

I am unable to say what the Minister of Trade and Commerce is doing in London at this moment.

Topic:   INQUIRY AS TO MARKETING IN GREAT BRITAIN
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CCF

Stanley Howard Knowles (Whip of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation)

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

Mr. Knowles:

Probably having afternoon tea.

Topic:   INQUIRY AS TO MARKETING IN GREAT BRITAIN
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LIB
LIB

Louis Stephen St-Laurent (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council)

Liberal

Mr. St. Laurent:

I know that the Minister of Trade and Commerce is well aware of all the interesting problems with respect to trade that face us at this time, and I am quite sure that during his visit in London he will avail himself of every possible opportunity to discuss those that may be pertinent.

Topic:   INQUIRY AS TO MARKETING IN GREAT BRITAIN
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DOMINION ELECTIONS

INQUIRY WITH RESPECT TO ENUMERATION


On the orders of the day:


PC

Gordon Graydon

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Gordon Graydon (Peel):

I should

like to direct a question to the Secretary of State. What instructions have gone out with respect to enumeration, and on what date will the enumeration start?

Topic:   DOMINION ELECTIONS
Subtopic:   INQUIRY WITH RESPECT TO ENUMERATION
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LIB

Colin William George Gibson (Minister of Mines and Resources)

Liberal

Hon. Colin Gibson (Acting Secretary of State):

Any instructions with regard to

enumeration come under the provisions of the Dominion Elections Act, and those instructions will be sent out by the chief electoral officer.

Topic:   DOMINION ELECTIONS
Subtopic:   INQUIRY WITH RESPECT TO ENUMERATION
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PC

Gordon Graydon

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Graydon:

I suggest to the Secretary of State that this matter comes under his jurisdiction, and that we cannot question the chief electoral officer in the house.

Topic:   DOMINION ELECTIONS
Subtopic:   INQUIRY WITH RESPECT TO ENUMERATION
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LIB

James Sinclair (Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Finance)

Liberal

Mr. Sinclair:

Read the act.

Topic:   DOMINION ELECTIONS
Subtopic:   INQUIRY WITH RESPECT TO ENUMERATION
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PC

Gordon Graydon

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Graydon:

I have read it, and that is why I asked the question.

Topic:   DOMINION ELECTIONS
Subtopic:   INQUIRY WITH RESPECT TO ENUMERATION
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April 29, 1949