December 12, 1951

PRIVILEGE

REFERENCE TO REPORT IN TORONTO "TELEGRAM" OF DECEMBER 11

LIB

Roland Beaudry

Liberal

Mr. Roland Beaudry (St. James):

Mr. Speaker, on a question of privilege, just before entering the chamber someone brought to my attention a news item in the Toronto Telegram, of yesterday's date I believe, in which it is stated that I am a rebel in the Liberal party-

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Subtopic:   REFERENCE TO REPORT IN TORONTO "TELEGRAM" OF DECEMBER 11
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Some hon. Members:

Hear, hear.

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Subtopic:   REFERENCE TO REPORT IN TORONTO "TELEGRAM" OF DECEMBER 11
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LIB

Roland Beaudry

Liberal

Mr. Beaudry:

-and that I intend to move non-confidence in the government.

I am not and I don't.

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INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS


Third report of standing committee on industrial relations.-Mr. Macdonald (Edmonton East).


QUESTIONS

MING SUNG INDUSTRIAL COMPANY

PC

Mr. Diefenbaker:

Progressive Conservative

1. Was the undertaking given by Mr. W. C. Clark, deputy minister of finance, on behalf of the Minister of Finance, to the Ming Sung Industrial Company of Canada Limited (as set out in the letter which appeared in sessional paper 167, November 16, 1951), carried out?

2, Did the Ming Sung Industrial Company of Canada Limited make payment of income tax in excess of the sum of $100 annually, in each or either of the years 1949-50 and 1950-51?

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Subtopic:   MING SUNG INDUSTRIAL COMPANY
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LIB

James Sinclair (Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Finance)

Liberal

Mr. Sinclair:

1 and 2. The undertaking given by the deputy minister on behalf of the Minister of Finance has not been carried out. The question of tax liability of the company under the Income Tax Act has not been finally determined.

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Subtopic:   MING SUNG INDUSTRIAL COMPANY
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NEWFOUNDLAND

LOANS THROUGH CENTRAL

PC

Mr. Browne (Si. John's West):

Progressive Conservative

1. Has any assistance been given by way of loans through Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation to persons or communities in the province of Newfoundland, outside of the city of St. John's?

2. If so, what is the amount of the loan or loans which have been made in each case?

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Subtopic:   LOANS THROUGH CENTRAL
Sub-subtopic:   MORTGAGE AND HOUSING CORPORATION
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LIB

Mr. Winters: (Minister of Resources and Development)

Liberal

1. Yes. Of a total of 49 loans to home owners or builders, 46 were made jointly with lending institutions and 3 were made directly by Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation pursuant to section 31A of the National Housing Act, 1944.

2. From June 1, 1949, to November 30, 1951, in the amounts as follows:

1949: $8,400; $6,000; $8,600; $7,500; $5,000;$6,100; $5,700; $6,440; $5,900; $5,700; $8,300;$6,500; $6,700; $6,100. 1950: $5,400; $6,500; $6,040; $6,000; $5,500;$7,920; $5,500; $7,920; $8,680; $7,040; $6,440;$6,600; $6,000; $7,400; $7,660; $8,000; $8,500;$7,980; *$8,000: ; *$4,000. 1951: $8,500; $5,740; $6,560; $7,500; $7,360;$7,000; *$8,000; $6,760: ; $5,800; $7,000; $6,000;$7,500; $6,700; $5,600; 8,500.

* Direct loans.

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Subtopic:   LOANS THROUGH CENTRAL
Sub-subtopic:   MORTGAGE AND HOUSING CORPORATION
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NICOLET, QUE., POSTMASTER

PC

Mr. Couriemanche:

Progressive Conservative

1. Was a postmaster at Nicolet, Quebec, appointed during the years 1949 or 1950?

2. If so, upon whose recommendation?

3. Has such appointee been suspended or discharged?

4. If so, for what reasons?

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LIB

Mr. Rinfret: (Postmaster General)

Liberal

1. Yes.

2. As a result of a competition held by the civil service commission.

3 and 4. Because a shortage in post office funds at this office has been discovered, for which the postmaster is being held generally accountable, he has been relieved of duty until investigation has been completed.

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NAVAL STORES AND SUPPLY

NAVAL PERSONNEL

December 12, 1951