November 20, 1957

CCF

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

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

Mr. Knowles (Winnipeg North Centre):

Could it not be placed on Hansard?

Topic:   COMPANIES ACT
Subtopic:   DEFAULT IN FILING RETURNS
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PC

Daniel Roland Michener (Speaker of the House of Commons)

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Speaker:

Is the minister requesting that it be put on Hansard?

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PC

Ellen Louks Fairclough (Secretary of State of Canada)

Progressive Conservative

Mrs. Fairclough:

Whichever you wish, Mr. Speaker; I have no choice.

Topic:   COMPANIES ACT
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PC

Daniel Roland Michener (Speaker of the House of Commons)

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Speaker:

Is it the pleasure of the house that the answer be put on Hansard rather than being read?

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?

Some hon. Members:

Agreed.

[For answer to question referred to above, see appendix "A", page 1356.]

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ARCTIC OCEAN

CANADIAN SOVEREIGNTY


Question No. 26


LIB

Jean Lesage

Liberal

Mr. Lesage:

Are the waters of the Arctic ocean north of the Arctic archipelago up to the north pole, in the so-called Canadian sector. Canadian waters?

Topic:   ARCTIC OCEAN
Subtopic:   CANADIAN SOVEREIGNTY
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PC

Douglas Scott Harkness (Minister of Agriculture)

Progressive Conservative

Hon. D. S. Harkness (Minister of Agriculture):

Mr. Speaker, I would ask that this question stand until the return of the Minister of Northern Affairs and National Resources.

Topic:   ARCTIC OCEAN
Subtopic:   CANADIAN SOVEREIGNTY
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PC

Daniel Roland Michener (Speaker of the House of Commons)

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Speaker:

Stand.

Topic:   ARCTIC OCEAN
Subtopic:   CANADIAN SOVEREIGNTY
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TRANS-POLAR LANDING PRIVILEGES, EDMONTON

PC

Mr. Broome

Progressive Conservative

1. Has the Minister of Transport received a request from Canadian Pacific Airlines for landing privileges at Edmonton for their Vancouver-Amsterdam trans-polar flight, so that passengers originating in Edmonton do not have to travel to Vancouver or Yellowknife to make connections with this flight?

2. If such a request has been received what action has been taken?

3. Has the minister received a request from Canadian Pacific Airlines requesting the department to negotiate landing rights at London for their Vancouver-Amsterdam trans-polar flight so that they may meet Pan American competition which now flies non-stop from Seattle to London via the polar route?

4. If such a request has been received what action is contemplated by the department?

Mr. MacDonald, Parliamentary Assistant, for the Minister of Transport: The answer to parts 1 and 2 is that an application has been received from Canadian Pacific Airlines for authority to add Edmonton to their present Vancouver-Amsterdam air service. This application is presently receiving consideration and will be dealt with in the context of the general review of aviation policy which the Minister of Transport is presently undertaking, and on which he hopes to make a statement shortly.

As to parts 3 and 4, the answer is no.

Topic:   TRANS-POLAR LANDING PRIVILEGES, EDMONTON
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DEFENCE ESTABLISHMENT TRESPASS REGULATIONS-PASSES

CCF

Mr. Barnett

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

1. Under authority of the defence establishment trespass regulations are passes issued to trade union business agents representing: (a) any civilian employees of the Department of National Defence; (b) employees of contractors doing work within the boundaries of defence establishments?

2. If so, are passes issued in conformity with a general policy of the department, or is the matter entirely within the discretion of individual commanding officers?

3. H not, what are the reasons that such passes are not granted?

4. Are any special terms or conditions attached to passes issued to union representatives?

5. Under section 24 of the regulations, are official trade union notices or statements permitted to be posted?

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PC

George Randolph Pearkes (Minister of National Defence)

Progressive Conservative

Hon. G. R. Pearkes (Minister of National Defence):

The answer to part 1 of this question is: (a) yes; (b) yes.

The answer to part 2 is that the issuance of passes is a matter entirely within the discretion of individual officers in command or persons in charge of defence establishments.

In answer to part 3, I would refer to the answer given to part 1 of this question.

The answer to part 4 is that this is a matter for the issuing authority.

In so far as part 5 is concerned, regulation 24 by its terms requires the permission of the officer in command or person in charge of a defence establishment before any notices or statements may be posted in a defence establishment and, like the issuance of passes, is within the discretion of that official.

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UNEMPLOYMENT, QUEBEC AND MONTMAGNY

LIB

Mr. Lesage

Liberal

1. How many unemployed were registered in (a) Canada; (b) the province of Quebec; (c) the area served by the Montmagny office of the unemployment insurance commission, on or about November* 1, 1957?

2. How many unemployed were registered in (a) Canada; (b) the province of Quebec; (c) the area served by the Montmagny office of the unemployment insurance commission, on or about November 1, 1956?

Topic:   UNEMPLOYMENT, QUEBEC AND MONTMAGNY
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PC

Michael Starr (Minister of Labour)

Progressive Conservative

Hon. Michael Starr (Minister of Labour):

In answer to the question asked I may say that as at September 19, 1957, the latest date for which data have been published, the numbers of persons registered for employment at local offices of the unemployment insurance commission were as follows:

(a) in Canada

255,896(b) in the province of Quebec .. 69,227(c) in the area served by theMontmagny local office .... 969

In answer to question No. 2, the figures for the corresponding date, September 20, 1956, were as follows:

(a) in Canada 158,804

(b) in the province of Quebec 43,653

(c) in the area served by the

Montmagny local office .. 804

Topic:   UNEMPLOYMENT, QUEBEC AND MONTMAGNY
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CENTRAL MORTGAGE AND HOUSING

November 20, 1957