November 14, 1951

CANADIAN ARMY-EDUCATIONAL OFFICERS AND COURSES

PC

Mr. Churchill:

Progressive Conservative

1. Are educational courses under army direction available to personnel in the active army (a) in Canada, including camps and hospitals; (b) overseas?

2. What courses are offered?

3. Are there educational officers or N.C.O.'s with each unit or formation in the Canadian active army?

4. Are these officers or N.C.O.'s responsible in the first instance for education courses or are their duties in education secondary to other military duties?

Topic:   CANADIAN ARMY-EDUCATIONAL OFFICERS AND COURSES
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FEDERAL HEALTH GRANTS

APPLICATIONS FOR RESEARCH PURPOSES

CCF

Mr. Knowles: (Whip of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation)

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

1. How many applications for grants for research purposes, under the federal health grants program, have been made by each province since January 1, 1950?

2. How many of these applications, by provinces, have been (a) granted; (b) refused?

Topic:   FEDERAL HEALTH GRANTS
Subtopic:   APPLICATIONS FOR RESEARCH PURPOSES
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PURCHASES BY DEPARTMENTS OR CROWN COMPANIES FROM ST. LAWRENCE MANUFACTURING COMPANY

PC

Mr. Courlemanche:

Progressive Conservative

1. Has any department or crown company purchased property, buildings, machinery, and/or equipment from St. Lawrence Manufacturing Company, Incorporated, of the city of Quebec, since January 1, 1949?

2. If so, what were such purchases, when were they made, by what department or crown company, and what were the terms of purchase in each case?

Topic:   PURCHASES BY DEPARTMENTS OR CROWN COMPANIES FROM ST. LAWRENCE MANUFACTURING COMPANY
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PURCHASES BY DEPARTMENTS OR CROWN COMPANIES FROM JOSEPH CAUCHON

PC

Mr. Courlemanche:

Progressive Conservative

1. Has any department or crown company purchased property, buildings, and/or equipment from Joseph Cauchon, of the city of Quebec, since January 1, 1949?

2. If so, what were such purchases, when were they made, by what department or crown company, and what were the terms of purchase in each case?

Topic:   PURCHASES BY DEPARTMENTS OR CROWN COMPANIES FROM JOSEPH CAUCHON
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PURCHASES BY DEPARTMENTS OR CROWN COMPANIES FROM COLONEL GEORGES COUTURE

PC

Mr. Courlemanche:

Progressive Conservative

1. Has any department or crown company purchased property, buildings, machinery, and/or equipment from Colonel Georges Couture, of the city of Quebec, since January 1, 1949?

2. If so, what were such purchases, when were they made, by what department or crown company, and what were the terms of purchase in each case?

Topic:   PURCHASES BY DEPARTMENTS OR CROWN COMPANIES FROM COLONEL GEORGES COUTURE
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MOTION FOR PAPERS

PERSONS HAVING TRAVELLED TO U.S.S.R., POLAND, HUNGARY AND CZECHOSLOVAKIA SINCE JANUARY, 1950

PC

John George Diefenbaker

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Diefenbaker:

For the complete file of correspondence respecting each and every person who, to the knowledge of any department of the government, has travelled to (a) U.S.S.R.; (b) Poland; (c) Hungary; (d) Czechoslovakia, since the first day of January, 1950, together with a copy of all correspondence which passed between each of the said persons and the department of the Secretary of State for External Affairs, prior to the issue of passport to each of said persons.

Topic:   MOTION FOR PAPERS
Subtopic:   PERSONS HAVING TRAVELLED TO U.S.S.R., POLAND, HUNGARY AND CZECHOSLOVAKIA SINCE JANUARY, 1950
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LIB

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

Liberal

Mr. St. Laurent:

Mr. Speaker, we feel we must urge reasons why this request should not be granted, so perhaps it had better stand until the hon. member in whose name it is inscribed on the order paper is present.

Topic:   MOTION FOR PAPERS
Subtopic:   PERSONS HAVING TRAVELLED TO U.S.S.R., POLAND, HUNGARY AND CZECHOSLOVAKIA SINCE JANUARY, 1950
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LIB

Elie Beauregard (Speaker of the Senate)

Liberal

Mr. Speaker:

Motion stands.

Topic:   MOTION FOR PAPERS
Subtopic:   PERSONS HAVING TRAVELLED TO U.S.S.R., POLAND, HUNGARY AND CZECHOSLOVAKIA SINCE JANUARY, 1950
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STORAGE FACILITIES AT CHURCHILL

REQUEST FOR ENLARGEMENT


On the orders of the day:


CCF

Robert Ross (Roy) Knight

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

Mr. R. R. Knight (Saskatoon):

Yesterday I asked a question of the Minister of Trade and Commerce. I wonder if he can answer it today.

Topic:   STORAGE FACILITIES AT CHURCHILL
Subtopic:   REQUEST FOR ENLARGEMENT
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November 14, 1951