March 5, 1953

DEFENCE PRODUCTION

WOODEN BOXES

PC

Albany M. Robichaud

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Robichaud:

In connection with defence production contract for wooden boxes, No. R-20-H4-9OA:

1. When were tenders called for the above mentioned contract?

2. What are the names, addresses and amounts tendered, by each and every tenderer?

3. Has this contract been awarded yet? If so, to whom?

Topic:   DEFENCE PRODUCTION
Subtopic:   WOODEN BOXES
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LIB

Mr. Dickey:

Liberal

1. January 28, 1953.

2. It has been the policy of this department to publish details of the successful tender only.

3. No.

Topic:   DEFENCE PRODUCTION
Subtopic:   WOODEN BOXES
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TOOLING EXPENDITURES, ORENDA ENGINES AND CF-100 AIRCRAFT

PC

Mr. Fulton:

Progressive Conservative

1. Does the $38,785,500 total expenditure on

production of the 96 Orenda engines delivered to December 31, 1952, include $15,029,350 expenditures on tooling, or is this latter figure additional to the former?

2. Does the $59,803,000 total production costs of the 16 CF-100 aircraft delivered to December 31,

Halifax, N.S 2,877

Saint John, N.B 480

Quebec, P.Q 5,827

Montreal, Que., (including airport) 389

Vancouver, B.C. (including airport) 375

1952, include $15,882,450 for tooling expenditures, or is this latter figure additional to the former?

Topic:   TOOLING EXPENDITURES, ORENDA ENGINES AND CF-100 AIRCRAFT
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LIB

Mr. Dickey:

Liberal

1. The tooling expenditure is additional to the production expenditure.

2. The tooling expenditure is additional to the production expenditure.

Topic:   TOOLING EXPENDITURES, ORENDA ENGINES AND CF-100 AIRCRAFT
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AERO MAGNETIC SURVEY MAPS

NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, N.B.

LIB

Mr. McWilliam:

Liberal

1. Are aero magnetic survey maps available for all areas of Northumberland county, New Brunswick?

2. If not, when will they be available?

Topic:   AERO MAGNETIC SURVEY MAPS
Subtopic:   NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, N.B.
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LIB

Mr. Prudham: (Minister of Mines and Technical Surveys)

Liberal

1. No.

2. Of the portion of the county surveyed, five maps have been issued, three will be issued in one month, and three are in the preliminary stages of preparation.

Topic:   AERO MAGNETIC SURVEY MAPS
Subtopic:   NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, N.B.
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IMMIGRANTS ENTERING CANADA

PC

Alfred Johnson Brooks

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Brooks:

How many immigrants entered Canada, during the years 1939, 1949, 1950, 1951 and 1952, through the following ports, respectively: Halifax, Saint John, Quebec, Montreal and Vancouver?

Topic:   IMMIGRANTS ENTERING CANADA
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Joseph Henry Harris

Mr. Harris:

1949 1950 1951 195245,782 30,865 93,840 71,305445 1,878 6,086 5.14324,661 20,414 51,676 45,3145,435 2,111 11,652 10,255815 660 1,473 2,236

Topic:   IMMIGRANTS ENTERING CANADA
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NATIONAL HEALTH GRANTS TO ONTARIO

LIB

Hugh Alexander MacKenzie

Liberal

Mr. MacKenzie:

What financial assistance has been provided, year by year, by the federal government under the national health grants program to the province of Ontario, for (a) the training of mental health personnel; (b) the development of mental health preventive services; (c) the development of mental health treatment services?

Topic:   NATIONAL HEALTH GRANTS TO ONTARIO
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LIB

Emmett Andrew McCusker (Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of National Health and Welfare)

Liberal

Mr. McCusker:

(a) Assistance provided to the province of Ontario for the training of psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric social workers and psychiatric nurses is as follows:

1948- 49

1949- 50

1950- 51

1951- 52

1952- 53

$ 49,178 116,462 220,985 176,181 154,285*

(b) Assistance provided towards the development of preventive mental health services at mental health clinic, Hamilton; mental health clinic, township of York; psychiatric service, Victoria hospital, London; child guidance clinic, Windsor; mental health clinic, Sudbury General hospital; psychiatric unit, Ottawa General hospital; psychiatric clinic, Ottawa Civic hospital, is as follows:

1949- 50 $ 25,328

1950- 51

50,0471951- 52

72,8611952- 53

120,293*Total

$268,529(c) Assistance provided towards the development of treatment services in Ontario hospital, Langstaff; Ontario hospital, Fort William; Ontario hospital, Toronto; Ontario hospital, Brockville; Ontario hospital, New Toronto; Ontario hospital, Penetanguishene;Total

Ontario hospital, Hamilton; Ontario hospital, Woodstock; Ontario hospital, Kingston; Ontario hospital, London; Ontario hospital, St. Thomas; Ontario hospital, Whitby; Ontario hospital, Aurora; Toronto psychiatric hospital, Toronto; Toronto General hospital (Wellesley division), Toronto; hospital for sick children, Toronto; Ontario school, Smiths Falls; Ontario hospital school, Orillia, is as follows:

1948- 49

$ 4001949- 50

33,1141950- 51

25,1381951- 52

420,4471952- 53

462,303*Total

$941,402

(*Actual to January 31 plus estimate for February and March)

Topic:   NATIONAL HEALTH GRANTS TO ONTARIO
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WAR VETERANS ALLOWANCE RECIPIENTS

PC

Mr. Brooks:

Progressive Conservative

1. How many (a) veterans; (b) widows ofveterans; (c) orphans, are receiving allowances under the War Veterans Allowance Act, as of

March 1, 1953?

2. How many veterans receiving war veterans allowance have taken advantage of section 4, War Veterans Allowance Act, as of March 1, 1953?

Topic:   WAR VETERANS ALLOWANCE RECIPIENTS
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LIB

Hugues Lapointe (Minister of Veterans Affairs)

Liberal

Mr. Lapoinle:

Figures for month of February, 1953 are not yet available; the answers are provided as of February 1, 1953:

1. (a) 29,998; (b) 10,261; (c) 158.

2. 258.

Topic:   WAR VETERANS ALLOWANCE RECIPIENTS
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March 5, 1953