April 11, 1962


Motion agreed to.


SALE OF TIMBER, TSIMPSEAN INDIAN RESERVE NO. 2


Motion No. 44-Mr. Howard: That an order of the house do issue for a copy of all correspondence, telegrams, and other documents, other than directives, exchanged between the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration or the Indian affairs branch and any employee or officer of the Indian affairs branch since January 1, 1954, relating to all proposed or actual sales of timber situated on the Tsimpsean Indian reserve no. 2.


PC

Ellen Louks Fairclough (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration)

Progressive Conservative

Mrs. Fairclough:

Mr. Speaker, since these are privileged documents I am sorry 1 am unable to comply with the request.

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Daniel Roland Michener (Speaker of the House of Commons)

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Speaker:

Is the hon. member prepared to withdraw his motion?

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LIB

Charles Benjamin Howard

Liberal

Mr. Howard:

No. It is most necessary to indicate the attitude of the house in this regard.

The house divided on the motion (Mr. Howard) which was negatived on the following division:

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QUESTION PASSED AS ORDER FOR RETURN


++YEAS Messrs:


* DOLLAR VALUE OF EXPORTS VIA U.S.

PC

Mr. Morris (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Trade and Commerce)

Progressive Conservative

What was the total dollar value of exports of Canadian produce to all overseas countries via the United States in each of the years 1952 to 1959 inclusive?

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MOTIONS FOR PAPERS

JOHN PAPALIA


Motion No. 41-Mr. Marlin (Essex East): That an humble address be presented to His Excellency praying that he will cause to be laid before this house a copy of all' correspondence and memoranda between the Department of Justice and any other government department or agency, Herridge Howard Martin (Timmins) Aiken Aitken, Miss Allard Allmark Badanai Balcer Baldwin Barrington Baskin Batten Beech Bell (Carleton) Peters Regier Winch-6. ++NAYS Messrs: Bell (Saint John-Albert Belzile Best Bigg Bissonnette Boivin Boulanger Bourbonnais Bourget Bourque Brassard (Lapointe. Broome Browne (St. John's West) Browne (Vancouver-Kingsway) Bruchesi Brunsden Campbell (Lambton-Kent) Cardiff Cardin Caron Carter Casselman, Mrs. Cathers Chambers Charlton Chatterton Chevrier ChurchiU Clermont Coates Cooper Creaghan Crestohl Crouse Danforth Denis Deschambault Diefenbaker Dorion Doucett Drouin Drysdale Dubois Dupuis Eudes Fairclough, Mrs. Fairfield Fleming (Eglinton) Flemming (Royal) Flynn Forbes Forgie Fortin Fournier Frechette Garland Grafftey Granger Green Grenier Grills Gundloek Hales Halpenny Hamilton (Qu'Appelle) Harkness Hees Hicks Hodgson Horner (The Battlefords) Howe Johnson Jones Kennedy Kindt Knowles Korchinskl Kucherepa Lahaye LaMarsh, Miss Lambert Latour Leduc Legere Lennard Lessard Letourneau Macdonald. Mrs. Macdonnell MacEwan Maclnnis MacLean (Queens) MacLellan Macnaughton MacRae McBain McCleave McDonald (Hamilton South) McFarlane McGee Mcllraith McIntosh McLennan McMillan McPhillips McWilliam Mandziuk Martel Martin (Essex East) Matheson Matthews Meunier Michaud Milligan Monteith (Perth) Monteith (Verdun) Montgomery More Morissette Morris Morton Muir (Cape Breton North and Victoria) Muir (Lisgar) Murphy Nasserden Nesbitt Nixon Noble Nowlan Nugent O'Hurley O'Leary Pallett Parizeau Pascoe Paul Pearson Phillips Pigeon Rapp Regnier Rlcard Richard (Kamouraska) Richard (St. Maurlce-Lafleche) Roberge Robichaud Robinson Rogers Rompre Rouleau Rynard Simpson Skoreyko Slogan Small Smith (Calgary South) Smith (Simcoe North) Smith (Winnipeg North) Southam Starr Stearns Stefanson Stewart Tardif Taylor Inquiries of the Ministry Thomas Thompson Thrasher Tremblay Tucker Valade Walker Webb White Winkler Wratten-188.


INSTRUCTIONS RESPECTING PRINTING OF BILL OF RIGHTS


Motion No. 49-Mr. Maiheson: That an order of the house do issue for a copy of all instructions given to the queen's printer and to the draftswoman, Yvonne Diceman, for the preparation and printing of the illuminated document headed "The Canadian Bill of Rights".


PC

Noël Dorion (President of the Privy Council; Secretary of State of Canada)

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Dorion:

Mr. Speaker, no written

instructions were given to the draftswoman for the preparation of the document in question. The plans she submitted were accepted by a committee of officials of the Department of Public Printing and Stationery. Since the papers requested by the hon. member to be produced do not exist, perhaps he would be agreeable to withdrawing the motion.

Order discharged and motion withdrawn.

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CASTLE HILL RESTORATION, PLACENTIA, NFLD.


Motion No. 51-Mr. Carter: That an humble address be presented to His Excellency praying that he will cause to be laid before this house a copy of all correspondence between the provincial government of Newfoundland and the historic sites and monuments board of Canada since January 1, 1961, with reference to the restoration of Castle Hill at Placentia, Newfoundland, as a national historic site.


PC

Francis Alvin George Hamilton (Minister of Agriculture)

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Hamilton (Qu'Appelle):

I have had a talk with the hon. member for Burin-Burgeo and he has agreed to accept all this correspondence directly, rather than go through the formality of an address to His Excellency. In the circumstances I would ask that the motion be withdrawn.

Order discharged and motion withdrawn.

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BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE

April 11, 1962