May 10, 1965

HOUSE OF COMMONS DEBATES

OFFICIAL REPORT


22620-'10h


ROGER DUHAMEL, F.R.S.C.


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Monday, May 10, 1965


QUESTIONS


(Questions answered orally are indicated by an asterisk.)


DERAILMENTS ON C.N.R. LINE, SIOUX LOOKOUT-NAKINA

NDP

Mr. Fisher

New Democratic Party

1. In March has there been any derailment on the C.N.R. main line between Sioux Lookout and Nakina?

2. If so, what was the date, the number of the train, the composition of the crew, the number of cars derailed, the length of time before through-traffic was restored, the numbers of trains rerouted as a result of the derailment and the present service position of the crew of the derailed train?

3. Has the C.N.R. an estimate of the loss from damage and the extra costs from the rerouting?

4. When was the track and the ballast at the place of derailment put down?

5. How often, from what stations, by how many persons and in what manner is the track patrolled?

6. At what point was the train last inspected, if at all, by the train crew, or any of its members?

7. At what point was the train last inspected by employees, other than train crew?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   DERAILMENTS ON C.N.R. LINE, SIOUX LOOKOUT-NAKINA
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LIB

Jean-Charles Cantin (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Transport)

Liberal

Mr. Jean-Charles Cantin (Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of Transport):

The Management of Canadian National Railways advise as follows:

On March 10, about 12:10 a.m., train No. 404 with crew consist of five had 42 cars derailed at Staunton, Ontario. The accident was caused by a broken bolster on trailing truck of a carload of coal. The car was interlined foreign-owned. The accident was not due to track condition. There were no serious personal injuries but damage to railway property. Transcontinental passenger trains and some freight trains were detoured until early morning March 12 when the line was restored to service. Total cost of the accident is being assembled. Investigation reveals no violation of the Company's operating rules or careless handling by employees concerned.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   DERAILMENTS ON C.N.R. LINE, SIOUX LOOKOUT-NAKINA
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MANITOBA-EXPENDITURES ON HOSPITALS AND NURSING STATIONS

PC

Mr. Slogan

Progressive Conservative

1. What were the expenditures for the following establishments for the fiscal years 1955 to the present for (a) Pine Falls Indian hospital (b) Little Grand Rapids nursing station (c) Berens River nursing station?

2. What were the federal contributions to Berens River hospital?

3. How do these expenditures for the above establishments break down as to salaries, capital expenditures, repairs and maintenance, and supplies?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   MANITOBA-EXPENDITURES ON HOSPITALS AND NURSING STATIONS
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LIB

Julia Verlyn (Judy) LaMarsh (Minister of Amateur Sport; Minister of National Health and Welfare)

Liberal

Hon. Judy V. LaMarsh (Minister of National Health and Welfare):

1954-55 (a) $ (b) * (c) *

1955-56

1956-57 32,700

1957-58

1958-59

1959-60

1960-61

1961-62

1962-63

1963-64

1964-65 34,794* 20,737'

Questions

May 10, 1965

Salaries Supplies Repairs & Maintenance Utilities Other Equip- ment Buildingss $ $ $ $ s $Fort Alexander Indian Hospital, Pine Falls, Manitoba 1954-55 41,413 16,007 2,922 1,252 1,421 1,049 -1955-56 46,010 19,499 641 1,328 1,598 2,110 -1956-57 47,680 19,825 3,871 1,362 2,825 4,354 -1957-58 56,594 23,684 1,159 1,410 1,589 1,365 -1958-59 61,149 23,348 1,492 1,455 1,841 6,289 68,7191959-60 74,668 30,926 2,915 1,593 1,525 5,645 39,4341960-61 92,083 30,064 1,442 1,777 1,758 748 2,5701961-62 106,236 34,470 2,172 2,694 1,923 4,558 -1962-63 106,669 32,837 600 4,384 2,484 322 1581963-64 99,424 25,838 662 3,184 1,620 336 -1964-65 81,484* 16,766* 502* 2,240* 1,195* 371* -Little Grand Rapids Nursing Station 1954-55 - - - - -1955-56 - -

' - 1956-57 3,361 4,909 - - - 5,262 19,1681957-58 8,427 7,114 3,174 - 316 2,993 24,8891958-59 12,732 4,599 1,914 - 657 563 2,9771959-60 , 13,291 7,782 578 - 570 227 1960-61 , 13,148 6,605 857 - 1,006 492 1,8031961-62 . 15,711 6,748 533 - 580 3,541 -1962-63 . 9,144 5,721 867 - 504 131 -1963-64 . 12,769 5,944 719 - 869 160 -1964-65 . 19,517* 10,510* 278* - 1,218* 3,270 -Berens River Health Centre 1954-55 . - - - -1955-56 - - - - 1956-57 . - - - 1957-58 . - - - - 1958-59 . - - - - 1959-60 - 18 - - 1011960-61 3,137 3 - - 2,606 26,7121961-62 . 6,544 6,282 438 - 1,806 5,136 7,5991962-63 . 8,175 8,143 789 - 393 369 -1963-64 . 12,972 3,237 573 - 570 9 -1964-65 . 14,276* 4,253* 238* - 602* 1,369* -

"Interim only.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   MANITOBA-EXPENDITURES ON HOSPITALS AND NURSING STATIONS
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FILMING OF FORT LATOUR EXCAVATIONS, N.B.

PC

Mr. Bell

Progressive Conservative

1. Has the National Film Board and/or the C.B.C. received a request from the Municipality of Saint John, New Brunswick, to film or televise the Fort Latour excavations?

2. If so, will a program, based on the history of the historic site from the Red Paint Indian, French and English settlements, to the Loyalist occupations of Saint John be produced?

3. Will this matter be investigated and discussed in detail with the mentioned municipal group?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   FILMING OF FORT LATOUR EXCAVATIONS, N.B.
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LIB

Maurice Lamontagne (Secretary of State of Canada)

Liberal

Hon. Maurice Lamoniagne (Secretary of Stale):

I am informed by the National Film Board and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as follows:

1. Yes, representations have been made to the National Film Board on behalf of the municipality of Saint John.

2. While the Board does not at this time contemplate a separate film on the history of this site as described in question 2, consideration will be given to this topic in a broader film concerning the history of Acadia.

3. Yes, the municipal group mentioned will be included among those people contacted at the research stage of the proposed film on the history of Acadia.

1. The defence of Fort Latour was one of a number of suggestions received as a program of historic interest.

2. It will be considered along with other suggestions for special Centennial programming and a decision reached in due course.

3. Yes, if it is decided to use it as a television program.

May 10. 1965

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   FILMING OF FORT LATOUR EXCAVATIONS, N.B.
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FEDERAL EXPENDITURES, GEORGETOWN, P.E.I.

PC

Mr. Macquarrie

Progressive Conservative

1. What financial assistance has been granted by the Government of Canada to the ship building and allied projects at Georgetown, Prince Edward Island?

2. Is it the intention to erect a new post office building at Georgetown?

3. Since May 1963, what grants has the Atlantic Development Board made to projects within Prince Edward Island?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   FEDERAL EXPENDITURES, GEORGETOWN, P.E.I.
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LIB

Maurice Lamontagne (Secretary of State of Canada)

Liberal

Hon. Maurice Lamonlagne (Secretary of State):

I am informed by the Departments of Transport and Post Office as follows:

1. The Canadian Maritime Commission advise as follows: "none".

2. There are no plans for the construction of a new post office building at Georgetown, P.E.I., at this time.

3. The Atlantic Development Board advise as follows:

The Government has approved financial assistance to projects within Prince Edward Island, as follows:

Georgetown: a water supply from wells and sewage facilities for a fish and agricultural food processing plant $700,000; Montague: a causeway and water supply from wells for an agricultural food processing plant $90,000; Summerside Industrial Park: water and sewage mains $100,000; Trunk Road Program: the construction or improvement of sections of trunk highways $1,000,000.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   FEDERAL EXPENDITURES, GEORGETOWN, P.E.I.
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May 10, 1965