June 25, 1952

LIB

Thomas Patrick Healy

Liberal

Mr. Healy:

Since the national health grants program started in 1948, what is the total of the financial assistance approved by the federal government for the province of Quebec under the program?

Topic:   HEALTH GRANTS
Subtopic:   FEDERAL ASSISTANCE TO PROVINCE OF QUEBEC
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Murdo William Martin

Mr. Marlin:

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Topic:   HEALTH GRANTS
Subtopic:   FEDERAL ASSISTANCE TO PROVINCE OF QUEBEC
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MENTAL HEALTH GRANTS

CLINICS IN PROVINCE OF QUEBEC

LIB

Mr. Eudes:

Liberal

1. How many mental health clinics have been established in the province of Quebec from funds made available by the federal government under the mental health grant?

2. What population do they serve?

Topic:   MENTAL HEALTH GRANTS
Subtopic:   CLINICS IN PROVINCE OF QUEBEC
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Mr. Marlin:

1. 34.

2. Approximately 1,900,000.

Topic:   MENTAL HEALTH GRANTS
Subtopic:   CLINICS IN PROVINCE OF QUEBEC
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HEALTH GRANTS-PERSONNEL IN PROVINCE OF QUEBEC

LIB

Raymond Pierre Eudes

Liberal

Mr. Eudes:

In addition to those persons who are receiving training under the professional training grant or other grants in the national health grants program, how many health personnel are employed by the province of Quebec under the program?

Topic:   HEALTH GRANTS-PERSONNEL IN PROVINCE OF QUEBEC
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Murdo William Martin

Mr. Marlin:

1,350, consisting of physicians, nurses, mental health personnel, laboratory personnel, sanitation personnel, and others.

Topic:   HEALTH GRANTS-PERSONNEL IN PROVINCE OF QUEBEC
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OLD AGE ASSISTANCE AND PENSIONS TO THE BLIND

PAYMENTS TO PROVINCE OF QUEBEC

LIB

Mr. Gourd (Chapleau):

Liberal

1. What was the number of recipients of assistance under the Old Age Assistance Act in the province of Quebec, as at May 31, 1952?

2. What amount was paid by the federal government to the government of the province of Quebec on account of old age assistance for the month of May, 1952?

3. What amount was paid by the federal government to the government of the province of Quebec on account of old age assistance from January 1, to May 31, 1952?

4. What was the number of recipients of allowances under the Blind Persons Act in the province of Quebec, as at May 31, 1952?

5. What amount was paid by the federal government to the government of the province of Quebec on account of blindness allowances for the month of May, 1952?

6. What amount was paid by the federal government to the government of the province of Quebec on account of blindness allowances from January 1, to May 31, 1952?

Topic:   OLD AGE ASSISTANCE AND PENSIONS TO THE BLIND
Subtopic:   PAYMENTS TO PROVINCE OF QUEBEC
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LIB

Mr. Martin: (Minister of National Health and Welfare)

Liberal

1. 19,566.

2. $652,245.69 (this amount includes retroactive payments in some cases to January 1, 1952).

3. $1,765,444.16.

4. 3,004.

5. $89,838.01.

6. $452,474.29.

Topic:   OLD AGE ASSISTANCE AND PENSIONS TO THE BLIND
Subtopic:   PAYMENTS TO PROVINCE OF QUEBEC
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HEALTH GRANTS

NEWFOUNDLAND PROJECTS

LIB

Mr. Stick:

Liberal

1. What is the total amount of financial assistance under the national health grants program approved by the federal government, for projects submitted by the province of Newfoundland, since April 1. 1949?

2. How many hospitals in the province of Newfoundland are receiving or have received federal financial aid under the hospital construction grant?

3. What are the names and bed capacities of these hospitals?

4. What are the total' commitments to date under the hospital construction grant for projects submitted by the province of Newfoundland?

Topic:   HEALTH GRANTS
Subtopic:   NEWFOUNDLAND PROJECTS
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LIB

Mr. Martin: (Minister of National Health and Welfare)

Liberal

1. $2,538,929.

2. Ten.

3. Name of hospital - Number of beds

Channel Cottage hospital, 27; 4-24 bed

equivalents.

Fogo Cottage hospital, 6; 3 nurses' beds; 1-772 bed equivalents.

Grace hospital, 96; 20 nurses' beds.

Hospital for mental and nervous diseases, 316.

Lamaline nursing station, 3-538 bed equivalents.

St. John's sanatorium, 116.

Springdale Cottage hospital, 27; 4-324 bed equivalents.

Trepassey nursing station, 5-9 bed equivalents.

West Coast sanatorium, 227.

Western Memorial hospital, 113; 35 nurses' beds.

Total, 928 patient beds; 58 nurses' beds; 19-774 bed equivalents.

4. $922,487.

Topic:   HEALTH GRANTS
Subtopic:   NEWFOUNDLAND PROJECTS
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QUESTIONS PASSED AS ORDERS FOR RETURNS

JUDGES UNDER FEDERAL JURISDICTION

CCF

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

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

Mr. Knowles:

What are the names and ages of the judges of all courts in Canada which come under federal jurisdiction, including the Supreme Court of Canada, the Exchequer Court of Canada, and the superior courts in each of the provinces?

Topic:   QUESTIONS PASSED AS ORDERS FOR RETURNS
Subtopic:   JUDGES UNDER FEDERAL JURISDICTION
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June 25, 1952