April 18, 1962

BUTTER OIL

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Mr. Malheson

1. How much butter taken Into storage has had to be converted into butter oil since March 31, 1958?

2. What volume of butter oil has been sold since March 31, 1958, and for what total price?

3. What volume of butter oil is now held in storage, and what is its approximate value?

4. What is the estimated loss sustained since March 31, 1958, as a result of failure to sell butter in that form and its necessary conversion to butter oil?

Answer by: Mr. Charlton:

1. No butter had to be converted to butter oil, but as the weight of butter oil is approximately 80 per cent of the weight of butter, conversion is desirable in order that storage costs be minimized. Since March 31, 1958, 100,215,629 pounds of butter have been converted to butter oil.

2. 1,762,087 pounds of butter oil have been sold for $1,374,427.86.

3. 78,474,292 pounds of butter oil, with an inventory value of $61,209,947.76.

4. The saving in storage costs will compensate for the cost of converting butter to butter oil and therefore there is no loss to date.

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Subtopic:   BUTTER OIL
Sub-subtopic:   SALES, AMOUNT IN STORAGE, ETC.
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YARMOUTH HOUSING LTD. CHECK ON TENANTS' QUALIFICATIONS

NDP

Mr. Fisher

New Democratic Party

1. Is there any agreement between Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation and Yarmouth Housing Limited as to tenants' qualifications in respect to incomes, and as to rentals charged; and, if so, is a check ever made to ascertain whether terms of the agreement are being carried out?

2. When was the last such check, if any, made, and with what result?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   YARMOUTH HOUSING LTD. CHECK ON TENANTS' QUALIFICATIONS
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PC

David James Walker (Minister of Public Works; Minister responsible for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation; Minister responsible for National Capital Commission)

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Walker:

1 and 2. The corporation entered into two agreements with Yarmouth Housing Limited in regard to limited dividend projects consisting of 24 and 32 units respectively. Both agreements contain tenant income qualifications and rental rate restrictions.

The projects are inspected annually by the corporation in regard to physical condition and rental administration. The last inspections were made in May 1961 and inspections for the current year are scheduled for June. At the time of the last inspection the company's records reflected that all tenants qualified for occupancy under the agreement with the corporation and income declaration forms were due for renewal in January 1962. It was verified that rental rates approved by the corporation were in effect at the time of the last inspection.

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Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   YARMOUTH HOUSING LTD. CHECK ON TENANTS' QUALIFICATIONS
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GAP FILLER STATION-CONTRACTS FOR U.S. PRODUCTS

NDP

Mr. Fisher

New Democratic Party

How many American products, of what kind and to what value, were supplied or whose approval for supply have been approved by the government in the contracts relating to gap filler stations?

Answer by: Mr. Chambers:

Under the cost-sharing arrangements with the United States covering the construction of 45 gap fillers to be located in Canada, the construction of bases and the provision of unit equipment is being provided by Canada.

The United States is responsible for and is absorbing the cost of the supply, installation and testing of technical equipment. The radars are of U.S. manufacture but are being installed by Canadian firms. The communications equipment is of Canadian manufacture and is also being installed by Canadian firms.

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Subtopic:   GAP FILLER STATION-CONTRACTS FOR U.S. PRODUCTS
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FEDERAL PAYMENTS TO QUEBEC SINCE 1956-57

PC

Mr. Graffley

Progressive Conservative

What amounts have been paid, by fiscal years commencing 1956-57, out of the federal treasury to or for the benefit of the province of Quebec?

Answer by: Mr. Fleming (Eglinlon):

The attached table shows the amounts including tax abatements which have been contributed out of the federal treasury to or for the benefit of the province of Quebec for fiscal years 1956-57 to 1961-62, together with the estimated contributions for the year 1962-63.

Federal Contributions to or for the Benefit of the Province of Quebec and Certain Provincial Institutions 1956-57 to 1962-63

(in thousands of dollars)

1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 Preliminary Estimates 1961-62 1962-63 TotalA. Unconditional grants 1. Statutory subsidies 3,301 3,301 3,301 3,301 3,301 4,023 4,023 24,5512. Tax abatements (estimated, excludes abatement re university grants) 143,634 124,740 132,590 150,978 152,327 157,158 179,504 1,040,9313. Tax rentals . - - - - - 4. Equalization - 43,060 55,004 68,631 71,111 62,632 76,390 376,8285. Stabilization - - - 6. 50 per cent share of federal estate tax - - - - 7. 50 per cent share of income tax on power utilities 1,186 1,675 2,281 1,504 1,221 2,064 2,097 12,028Sub-total 148,121 172,776 193,176 224,414 227,960 225,877 262,014 1,454,338B. Conditional grants 1. Agriculture 350 278 783 901 1,002 1,762 2,215 7,2912. Health 10,291 8,332 15,940 15,116 14,010 13,900 12,392 89,9813. Hospital insurance - - - - 13,937 72,000 85,792 171,7294. Welfare 11,746 16,069 20,457 28,281 34,596 55,859 54,955 221,9635. Vocational training, etc 648 5 2 3 43 10,904 12,767 24,3726. Highways and transportation 445 99 438 447 465 8,400 25,500 35,7947. Resource development 64 16 109 165 920 3,059 3,554 7,8878. Civil defence - - - - - 591 1,200 1,7919. Municipal winter works - - - 1,426 1,686 9,934 15,200 28,24610. Other - - - - - - Sub-total 23,544 24,799 37,729 46,339 66,659 176,409 213,575 589,054C. Payments for the benefit of provincial institutions 1. University grants (including net value of abatement to Quebec 1960-61 on) 4,628 4,758 7,326 7,499 7,700 7,889 10,656 50,4562. Grants to municipalities in lieu of taxes on federal property.. 1,170 2,424 2,769 4,026 4,873 4,955 5,363 25,580Sub-total 5,798 7,182 10,095 11,525 12,573 12,844 16,019 76,036TOTAL 177,463 204,757 241,000 282,278 307,192 415,130 491,608 2,119,4283086 HOUSE OF COMMONS

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Before we proceed to the next question, Mr. Speaker, may I say I have available similar information concerning the payments made to all the provinces. This information has been requested in other years by hon. members and, were it the wish of the house, I have that information here and it could be

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put on the record to show the breakdown by provinces and the totals for the country.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   FEDERAL PAYMENTS TO QUEBEC SINCE 1956-57
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PC

Daniel Roland Michener (Speaker of the House of Commons)

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Speaker:

Is it agreed that this table be printed in Hansard at this stage?

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Some hon. Members:

Agreed.

[Editor's note: The table above referred to is as follows:]

Summary or Federal Contributions to the Provinces and Certain Payments to Institutions in the Provinces tor the fiscal years 1956-57 to 1962-63

(in thousands of dollars)

1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 Preliminary Estimates 1961-62 1962-63 TotalA. Unconditional grants 1. Statutory subsidies 20,571 20,571 20,571 20,748 20,689 23,530 23,530 150,2102. Tax abatements (estimated, excludes abatement to Quebec re university grants) 157,281 275,564 275,119 313,778 307,685 312,957 715,939 2,358,3233. Tax rentals C1) 365,938 213,868 249,039 279,730 288,663 312,562 - 1,709,8004. Equalization - 135,978 143,438 182,985 189,655 166,918 178,231 997,2055. Stabilization - 3,458 5,676 -2,315 2,327 3,143 - 12,2896. 50 per cent share of federal estate tax - - - - - - 13,337 13,3377. 50 per cent share of income tax on power utilities 6,613 7,360 8,682 4,753 4,226 6,397 6,500 44,5318. Atlantic provinces adjustment grants - - 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 35,000 135,0009. Transitional grant (Newfoundland) 2,250 1,400 1,050 700 350 - - 5,75010. Newfoundland additional grant - - 13,550 7,300 7,650 8,000 8,000 44,500Sub-total 552,653 658,199 742,125 832,679 846,245 858,507 980,537 5,470,945B. Conditional grants 1. Agriculture 938 1,037 1,864 6,729 3,788 5,063 4,169 23,5882. Health 36,438 34,596 45,909 45,975 47,942 48,900 49,243 309,0033. Hospital insurance - - 54,708 150,593 188,938 283,300 324,208 1,001,7474. Welfare 38,353 48,149 74,072 90,860 102,790 139,213 150,845 644,2825. Vocational training, etc 4,668 4,765 8,057 8,371 8,668 61,024 104,803 200,3566. Highways and transportation 26,909 50,943 53,669 56,834 54,228 42,244 50,160 334,9877. Resource development 2,717 4,314 8,741 15,266 17,916 23,965 23,106 96,0258. Civil defence 814 968 1,025 1,563 2,245 3,688 4,793 15,0969. Municipal winter works - - 249 6,584 8,908 24,656 37,889 78,28610. Other 137 72 62 62 100 - - 433Sub-total 110,974 144,844 248,356 382,837 435,523 632,053 749,216 2,703,803C. Payments for the benefit of provincial institutions 1. University grants (including net value of abatement to Quebec) 16,049 16,558 25,524 26,112 26,708 27,249 36,964 175,1642. Grants to municipalities in lieu of taxes on federal property. 9,676 17,535 21,852 22,551 24,600 24,888 27,344 148,446Sub-total 25,725 34,093 47,376 48,663 51,308 52,137 64,308 323,610TOTAL 689,352 837,136 1,037,857 1,264,179 1,333,076 1,542,697 1,794,061 8,498,358

(i) The recovery of the overpayments under the 1952 agreement for the fiscal years 1957-58 to 1961-62 has not been deducted from the tax rental payments for these provinces: Newfoundland $102,315 per annum; Prince Edward Island $228,221 per annum; New Brunswick $182,201 per annum; Manitoba $209,938 per annum and Saskatchewan $304,180 per annum.

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1. NEWFOUNDLAND-1956-57 to 1962-63

(in thousands of dollars)

Preliminary Estimates

1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 TotalUnconditional grants 1. Statutory subsidies

2. Tax abatements

3. Tax rentals!1)

4. Equalization

5. Stabilization

6. 50 per cent share of federal estate tax

7. 50 per cent share of income tax on power utilities

8. Atlantic provinces adjustment grants

9. Transitional grant

10. Newfoundland additional grant 1,569 13,805 214 2,250 1,569 4,449 11,579 247 1,400 1,569 4,737 12,155 286 7,500 1,050 13,550 1,569 5,725 14,292 177 7,500 700 7,300 1,569 5,069 15,391 130 7,500 350 7,650 1,656 8,883 11,194 149 7,500 8,000 1,656 6,227 15,357 281 152 10,500 8,000 11,157 6,227 42,668 79,968 281 1,355 40.500 5,750 44.500Sub-total 17,838 19,244 40,847 37,263 37,659 37,382 42,173 232,406Conditional grants 1. Agriculture 130 137 171 149 150 142 143 1,0222. Health 1,026 1,095 887 1,065 846 1,100 2,262 8,2813. Hospital insurance - - 2,858 4,708 5,095 6,300 7,288 26,2494. Welfare 3,716 3,456 5,266 5,965 5,148 5,821 6,328 35,7005. Vocational training, etc 406 385 377 195 236 5,095 5,356 12,0506. Highways and transportation 1,171 861 4,753 5,359 6,579 1,721 2,050 22,4947. Resource development 66 56 165 462 935 876 1,135 3,6958. Civil defence 33 14 25 19 46 45 75 2579. Municipal winter works - - - 25 39 178 276 51810. Other 25 - - - - - 25Sub-total 6,573 6,004 14,502 17,947 19,074 21,278 24,913 110,291Payments for the benefit of provincial institutions 1. University grants 415 426 657 673 688 672 958 4,4892. Grants to municipalities in lieu of taxes on federal property.. - 33 133 76 147 149 161 899Sub-total

415 459 790 749 835 821 1,119 5,188TOTAL

24,826 25,707 56,139 55,959 57,568 59,481 68,205 347,885

(') The recovery of the overpayment under the 1952 agreement which amounts to some $102,315 per annum for fiscal years 1957-58 to 1961-62 has not been deducted from the tax rental payment for those above years to which the deduction applies.

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2. PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND-1956-57 to 1962-63

(in thousands of dollars)

1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 Preliminary Estimates 1961-62 1962-63 TotalA. Unconditional grants 1. Statutory subsidies 657 657 657 657 657 657 657 4,5992. Tax abatements - - - - - - 1,304 1,3043. Tax rentals (l) 3,073 769 785 1,544 1,138 1,776 - 9,0854. Equalization - 2,955 3,074 3,005 3,454 2,811 3,522 18,8215. Stabilization - 412 418 -159 210 193 - 1,0746. 50 per cent share of federal estate tax - - - - - - 97 977. 50 per cent share of income tax on power utilities 36 52 49 36 42 54 55 3248. Atlantic provinces adjustment grants - 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,500 3,500 13,500Sub-total ... 3,766 4,845 7,483 7,583 8,001 7,991 9,135 48,804Conditional grants 1. Agriculture 38 39 56 67 83 278 169 7302. Health 300 335 438 421 448 300 364 2,6063. Hospital insurance - - - 447 1,011 1,400 1,524 4,3824. Welfare 305 366 475 560 602 726 797 3,8315. Vocational training, etc 33 62 110 134 25 196 375 9356. Highways and transportation 434 1,233 535 1,172 551 606 650 5,1817. Resource development 15 17 21 1,171 1,500 1,044 1,100 4,8688. Civil defence - - 1 6 14 25 30 769. Municipal winter works - - - 1 - 16 95 11210. Other - - - - - - - -Sub-total 1,125 2,052 1,636 3,979 4,234 4,591 5,104 22,721Payments for the benefit of provincial institutions 1. University grants 99 99 150 153 154 158 210 1,0232. Grants to municipalities in lieu of taxes on federal property. 58 76 89 113 102 103 111 652Sub-total

157 175 239 266 256 261 321 1,675TOTAL

5,048 7,072 9,358 11,828 12,491 12,843 14,560 73,200

(') The recovery of the overpayment under the 1952 agreement which amounts to some $228,221 per annum for fiscal years 1957-58 to 1961-62 has not been deducted

from the tax rental payments for those above years to which the deduction applies.

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3. NOVA SCOTIA-1956-57 to 1962-63

(in thousands of dollars)

Preliminary Estimates

1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 Total

A. Unconditional grants

1. Statutory subsidies

2. Tax abatements (estimated)

3. Tax rentals

4. Equalization

5. Stabilization

6. 50 per cent share of federal estate tax

7. 50 per cent share of income tax on power utilities

8. Atlantic provinces adjustment grants

Sub-total

B. Conditional grants

1. Agriculture

2. Health

3. Hospital insurance

4. Welfare

5. Vocational training, etc

6. Highways and transportation

7. Resource development

8. Civil defence

9. Municipal winter works

10. Other

Sub-total

C. Payments for the benefit of provincial institutions

1. University grants

2. Grants to municipalities in lieu of taxes on federal property.

Sub-total

2,057 2,057 2,057 2,057 2,057 2,132 2,132 14,549- - - - - - 12,799 12,79922,333 9,032 11,824 11,280 11,224 14,145 - 79,838- 17,375 15,575 20,665 21,019 18,172 20,163 112,969- - - - 1,173 1,173238 401 460 233 346 475 482 2,635[DOT] - 7,500 7,500 7,500 7,500 10,500 40,50024,628 28,865 37,416 41,735 42,146 42,424 47,249 264,46362 93 127 109 147 159 168 8651,719 1,855 1,921 1,514 2,877 2,600 2,643 15,129- - 1,573 8,163 9,595 11,500 13,364 44,1951,573 2,127 2,962 3,422 4,460 4,336 4,842 23,722420 452 495 471 603 1,618 2,297 6,356951 3,532 2,934 3,887 3,979 1,213 2,500 18,99664 51 111 2,131 1,177 1,861 1,125 6,52025 39 49 92 150 216 220 791. - - 338 220 334 285 1,1775 5 5 5 5 - 254,819 8,154 10,177 20,132 23,213 23,837 27,444 117,776695 702 1,065 1,074 1,084 1,114 1,482 7,2161,194 1,892 1,922 2,175 2,135 2,157 2,340 13,8151,889 2,594 2,987 3,249 3,219 3,271 3,822 21,03131,336 39,613 50,580 65,116 68,578 69,532 78,515 403,270

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4. NEW BRUNSWICK 1956-57 to 1962-63 (in thousands of dollars)

1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 Preliminary Estimates 1961-62 1962-63 TotalA. Unconditional grants 1. Statutory subsidies

2. Tax abatements (estimated)

3. Tax rentals0)

4. Equalization

5. Stabilization

6. 50 per cent share of federal estate tax

7. 50 per cent share of income tax on power utilities

8. Atlantic provinces adjustment grants 1,679 17,807 228 1,679 12,609 8,645 220 1,679 13,613 8,651 202 7,500 1,679 9,434 16,864 100 7,500 1,679 9,333 17,416 115 7,500 1,745 10,227 16,006 93 7,500 1,745 10,031 16,566 856 94 10,500 11,885 10,031 73,023 84,148 856 1,052 40,500Sub-total 19,714 23,153 31,645 35,577 36,043 35,571 39,792 221,495B. Conditional grants 1. Agriculture 53 1,926 51 1,813 93 1,739 116 1,360 113 1,585 133 1,800 144 2,411 703 12,6343. Hospital insurance

4. Welfare

5. Vocational training, etc....

6. Highways and transportation

7. Resource development

8. Civil defence

9. Municipal winter works

10. Other 1,848 248 3,982 664 21 2,332 278 3,977 1,074 34 2,934 359 11,682 582 38 61 4,575 3,103 424 8,252 1,031 70 311 7,914 4,137 992 3,715 1,480 93 196 9,700 4,327 1,347 2,520 1,492 171 363 11,110 4,900 3,008 2,500 1,190 173 551 33,299 23,581 6,656 36,628 7,513 600 1,482Sub-total 8,742 9,559 17,488 19,242 20,225 21,853 25,987 123,096C. Payments for the benefit of provincial institutions 1. University grants * [DOT] [DOT] *

2. Grants to municipalities in lieu of taxes on federal property.. 555 494 565 781 866 926 885 904 900 1,075 881 1,086 1,248 1,173 5,900 6,439Sub-total 1,049 1,346 1,792 1,789 1,975 1,967 2,421 12,339TOTAL 29,505 34,058 50,925 56,608 58,243 59,391 68,200 356,930

(>) The recovery of the overpayment under the 1952 agreement which amounts to some *182,201 per annum for fiscal years 1957-58 to 1961-62 has not been deducted

from the tax rental payments for those above years to which the deduction applies.

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8. SASKATCHEWAN-1956-57 to 1962-63

(in thousands of dollars)

Preliminary Estimates

1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 Total

A. Unconditional grants

1. Statutory subsidies 2,080 2,080 2,080 2,098 2,092 2,116 2,116 14,6622. Tax abatements (estimated) - - - - - - 20,849 20,8493. Tax rentals^) 27,432 13,874 14,399 20,052 16,855 19,348 - 111,9604. Equalization - 19,197 19,862 20,180 23,723 21,222 23,430 127,6145. Stabilization - - - - - - - -6. 50 per cent share of federal estate tax - - - - - - 909 9097. 50 per cent share of income tax on power utilities 50 66 96 51 58 59 60 440Sub-total 29,562 35,217 36,437 42,381 42,728 42,745 47,364 276,434B. Conditional Grants 1. Agriculture 30 55 186 3,043 355 990 346 5,0052. Health 2,095 2,275 3,006 2,254 2,489 2,600 3,028 17,7473. Hospital insurance - - 8,430 13,378 14,454 15,900 17,772 69,9344. Welfare 2,199 2,577 3,913 4,238 4,727 6,487 8,035 32,1765. Vocational training, etc 340 419 452 1,274 920 1,284 3,808 8,4976. Highways and transportation 2,919 3,351 366 87 367 93 80 7,2637. Resource development 49 216 1,116 1,601 2,300 1,465 1,227 7,9748. Civil defence 49 43 51 71 132 162 170 6789. Municipal winter works - - 33 322 789 1,299 1,995 4,43810. Other 42 10 10 10 23 - - 95Sub-total 7,723 8,946 17,563 26,278 26,556 30,280 36,461 153,807C. Payments for the benefit of provincial institutions 1. University grants 881 879 1,332 1,353 1,365 1,397 1,852 9,0592. Grants to municipalities in lieu of taxes on federal property.. 284 625 726 747 846 854 923 5,005Sub-total 1,165 1,504 2,058 2,100 2,211 2,251 2,775 14,064TOTAL 38,450 45,667 56,058 70,759 71,495 75,276 86,600 444,305

(*) The recovery of the overpayment under the 1952 agreement which amounts to some $304,180 per annum for fiscal years 1957-58 to 1961-62 has not been deducted

from the tax rental payments for those above years to which the deduction applies.

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9. ALBERTA-1956-57 to 1962-63

(in thousands of dollars)

1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 Preliminary Estimates 1961-62 1962-63 Total

A. Unconditional grants

1. Statutory subsidies 2,274 2,274 2,274 2,400 2,358 2,816 2,816 17,2122. Tax abatements (estimated) - - - 47,062 47,0623. Tax rentals 37,311 28,892 38,350 40,261 39,635 43,524 227,9734. Equalization - 14,744 7,991 15,109 17,511 14,862 9,329 79,5465. Stabilization - 6. 50 per cent share of federal estate tax - - - - - 2,247 2,2477. 50 per cent share of income tax on power utilities 1,767 1,980 2,216 1,239 1,449 1,871 1,901 12,423Sub-total 41,352 47,890 50,831 59,009 60,953 63,073 63,355 386,463B. Conditional grants 1. Agriculture 66 67 69 1,688 1,117 231 74 3,3122. Health 2,589 2,888 3,527 2,906 2,755 3,700 4,296 22,6613. Hospital insurance - - 8,775 15,699 16,906 21,000 24,009 86,3894. Welfare 1,648 2,148 4,492 4,802 5,361 7,315 8,910 34,6765. Vocational training, etc 528 1,380 1,652 870 924 5,890 10,970 22,2146. Highways and transportation 2,019 5,398 2,229 1,109 268 700 50 11,7737. Resource development 21 184 476 2,461 2,142 2,543 2,702 10,5298. Civil defence 119 142 126 278 405 533 550 2,1539. Municipal winter works - - - 1,069 1,545 2,752 4,230 9,59610. Other 10 20 10 10 10 - - 60Sub-total 7,000 12,227 21,356 30,892 31,433 44,664 55,791 203,363C. Payments for the benefit of provincial institutions 1. University grants 1,123 1,160 1,802 1,865 1,925 2,009 2,722 12,6062. Grants to municipalities in lieu of taxes on federal property. 330 1,045 1,676 1,605 1,590 1,607 1,737 9,590Sub-total 1,453 2,205 3,478 3,470 3,515 3,616 4,459 22,196TOTAL 49,805 62,322 75,665 93,371 95,901 111,353 123,605 612,022

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10. BRITISH COLUMBIA 1956-57 to 1962-63

(in thousands of dollars)

1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 Preliminary Estimates 1961-62 1962-63 Total

A. Unconditional grants

1. Statutory subsidies 1,281 1,281 1,281 1,281 1,281 1,672 1,672 9,7492. Tax abatements (estimated) - - - - - - 71,178 71,1783. Tax rentals 55,730 51,446 51,321 58,752 65,643 65,529 - 348,4214. Equalization - 4,491 8,237 11,258 5,926 5,902 - 35,8145. Stabilization - 3,046 5,258 -2,156 2,117 2,950 - 11,2156. 50 per cent share of federal estate tax - - - - - - 5,888 5,8887. 50 per cent share of income tax on power utilities 1,415 1,325 1,456 350 260 928 943 6,677Sub-total 58,426 61,589 67,553 69,485 75,227 76,981 79,681 488,942B. Conditional grants __ 38 70 132 115 183 96 98 (6Z3,210 3,807 4,250 3,962 4,150 4,000 4,110 27,4893. Hospital insurance - - 12,784 20,406 22,493 25,500 29,114 110,2975,971 5,378 9,196 10,444 13,567 19,267 21,492 85,3155. Vocational training, etc 549 719 1,017 1,309 904 3,104 7,998 15,6006. Highways and transportation 6,680 16,818 12,333 15,123 17,650 15,867 11,000 95,4717. Resource development 846 1,147 2,747 2,585 2,334 3,874 3,640 17,173187 212 225 350 483 586 600 2,6439. Municipal winter works 10 10 104 713 1,727 3,294 5,035 10,87310. Other 10 10 10 - 50Sub-total 17,491 28,161 42,798 55,017 63,501 75,588 83,087 365,643C. Payments for the benefit of provincial institutions 1,398 1,487 2,316 2,355 2,409 2,409 3,332 15,7062. Grants to municipalities in lieu of taxes on federal property. 596 1,453 2,245 1,875 2,443 2,468 2,668 13,748Sub-total 1,994 2,940 4,561 4,230 4,852 4,877 6,000 29,454TOTAL 77,911 92,690 114,912 128,732 143,580 157,446 168,768 884,0393098 HOUSE OF COMMONS

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MOTIONS FOR PAPERS


Motion No. 50-Mr. Howard: That an order of the house do issue for a copy of all briefs, letters, and submissions presented to the government or any agency or branch thereof since January 22, 1961, dealing with Bill C-38.


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Thomas Miller Bell (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada)

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Thomas M. Bell (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Justice):

We are

prepared to accept this motion with the reservation that documents of a confidential nature, or documents which are ordinarily privileged, will not be expected to be produced. As this bill was introduced in the house only on January 22, 1962, there can be no briefs dealing with Bill C-38 as such prior to that date.

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Frank Howard

New Democratic Party

Mr. Howard:

I am sorry that did not come to my attention earlier. That "1961" is a typographical error. It should be 1962.

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Daniel Roland Michener (Speaker of the House of Commons)

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Speaker:

Is it agreed that an amendment be made in the motion so that it will read 1962?

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Some hon. Members:

Agreed.

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Daniel Roland Michener (Speaker of the House of Commons)

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Speaker:

Subject to the reservation expressed by the parliamentary secretary is it the pleasure of the house to adopt the motion?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   MOTIONS FOR PAPERS
Sub-subtopic:   SUBMISSIONS ON BILL C-38
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Some hon. Members:

Agreed.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   MOTIONS FOR PAPERS
Sub-subtopic:   SUBMISSIONS ON BILL C-38
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Motion agreed to.


April 18, 1962