May 26, 1965

IMPROVEMENTS TO R.C.A.F. STATION GIMLI

PC

Mr. Sfefanson

Progressive Conservative

1. What construction projects or other improvements have been approved or are planned for R.C.A.F. Station, Gimli, during the 1965-66 fiscal year, giving estimated cost of each?

2. Have tenders been called and, if so, from whom were tenders received, and what were the bids and who was the successful bidder in each case?

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Subtopic:   IMPROVEMENTS TO R.C.A.F. STATION GIMLI
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LIB

Léo Alphonse Joseph Cadieux (Associate Minister of National Defence)

Liberal

Hon. Leo Cadieux (Associate Minister of National Defence):

See table page 1657.

1 and 2-APPROVED PROJECTS

Project Tenders Received from Bids Successful Bidder RemarksCrack Sealing Concrete Tarmac Federal Joint Sealing Co. of Can. Donco Enterprises Ltd. Winnipeg GJ Foley Constr Co. Ltd. Winnipeg 19.810.00 29.900.00 38.800.00 Contract awarded to Federal Joint Sealing Co. on 30 Apr 65Control Tower ) UHF TX/RX Bldg. 1 TACAN OCA Bldg. J Peter Leitch Constr. Ltd. Winnipeg Bird Constr. Co. Ltd. Winnipeg Carter Constr. Co. Ltd. Winnipeg Zelmer Constr. Co. Ltd. Winnipeg Arnason Constr. Co. Ltd. Winnipeg 228,500.001 233.710.00 234.450.00 253.691.00 269,800.00] Four projects combined as one tender call. Tenders under r review and selection of successful bidder not yet made.Storm Sash and Screen Replacement D'Aoust Sash & Door Co. Ltd. St. Boniface Alsco Distr of Eastern Ont. Montreal Etna Heating Industr Ltd. Winnipeg 14,293.55 21,120.00 9,483.00 Tenders under review.Reconstruct Runways - - Estimated cost $4.7 M. Tenders close 28 May 65.Exterior Painting 160 PMQ's - - Estimated cost $40,000. Tenders close 27 May 65.May 26, 1965 COMMONS DEBATES 1657

Questions

May 26. 1965

Questions

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Subtopic:   IMPROVEMENTS TO R.C.A.F. STATION GIMLI
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FOREST ACCESS ROADS, YARMOUTH AND SHELBURNE COUNTIES, N.S.


Quesion No. 345-Mr. Armstrong: 1. What forest access roads were built in (a) Yarmouth County, and (b) Shelburne County, In 1963-64 and 1964-65 under the Composite Forestry Agreement between Canada and the Province of Nova Scotia? 2. In each case, what was the amount of the federal contribution?


LIB

Bruce Silas Beer (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Forestry; Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Agriculture)

Liberal

Mr. B. S. Beer (Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of Forestry):

1. (a) 1963-64, Indian Fields Road; 1964-65, Indian Fields Road.

(b) 1963-64, Demoliter Lake; 1964-65,

Indian Fields Road (spur).

2. (a) 1963-64, $7,448.69; 1964-65, $7,240.51. (b) 1963-64, $1,404.74; 1964-65, $1,034.36.

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Subtopic:   FOREST ACCESS ROADS, YARMOUTH AND SHELBURNE COUNTIES, N.S.
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FOREST ACCESS ROADS, ANTIGONISH AND GUYSBOROUGH COUNTIES, N.S.

LIB

Mr. Armstrong

Liberal

1. What forest access roads were built in (a) Antigonish County, and (b) Guysborough County, in 1963-64 and 1964-65 under the composite forestry agreement between Canada and the Province of Nova Scotia?

2. In each case, what was the amount of the federal contribution?

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Subtopic:   FOREST ACCESS ROADS, ANTIGONISH AND GUYSBOROUGH COUNTIES, N.S.
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Bruce Silas Beer (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Forestry; Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Agriculture)

Liberal

Mr. B. S. Beer (Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of Forestry):

1. (a) 1963-64, Crystal

Cliffs and Beach Hill; 1964-65, Crystal Cliffs.

(b) 1963-64, Two Mile Lake, Denver,

Giant's Lake, Upper Manchester; 1964-65, Two Mile Lake, Denver, Fox Island, Giant's Lake.

2. (a) 1963-64, $1,384.16; 1964-65, $518.38. (b) 1963-64, $5,443.49; 1964-65, $3,568.21.

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Subtopic:   FOREST ACCESS ROADS, ANTIGONISH AND GUYSBOROUGH COUNTIES, N.S.
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WINTER WORKS APPLICATIONS, CHAPLEAU COUNTY, QUE.

RA

Mr. Laprise

Ralliement Créditiste

1. How many parishes and municipalities in the county of Chapleau filed applications under the Winter Works Incentive Program for the 1964-65

season?

2. Which of these parishes and municipalities had their applications approved and what was the nature and dollar value of the projects proposed?

3. What are the names of the localities in the county of Chapleau that applied for an extension of the time limit on winter works under the regulations established last year and, of this number, which applications were approved?

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Subtopic:   WINTER WORKS APPLICATIONS, CHAPLEAU COUNTY, QUE.
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LIB

Allan Joseph MacEachen (Minister of Labour)

Liberal

Hon. A. J. MacEachen (Minister of Labour):

1. Eighteen.

2. See table page 1659.

3. Town of Chibougamau, and Village of Parent. The extension of the work period was approved for the project carried out by the Town of Chibougamau.

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Subtopic:   WINTER WORKS APPLICATIONS, CHAPLEAU COUNTY, QUE.
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MUNICIPAL WINTER WORKS INCENTIVE PROGRAM 1964-65 ACCEPTED PROJECTS CONSTITUENCY OF CHAPLEAU-PROVINCE OF QUEBEC


Project Number Municipality Que. 208 Que. 1953 Que. 2247 Que. 2470 Que. 458 Que. 1582 Que. 529 Que. 300 Que. 1513 Que. 978 Que. 1523 Que. 751 Que. 1431 Que. 911 Que. 761 Que. 1002 Que. 1219 Que. 2216 Que. 1725 Que. 941 Que. 1327 Que. 2160 Que. 590 Que. 2060 Que. 2203 Que. 974 Que. 2134 Que. 1205 Amos, Town Authier, Without designation Authier, Without designation Authier, Without designation Barville, Town Belcourt, Without designation.... Champneuf, Without designation.. Chibougamau, Town Colombourg, Without designation. Landrienne, Township LaReine, Village LaReine, Without designation La Sarre, Town La Sarre, Township Macamic, Town Macamic, Town Normetal, Without designation - Normetal, Without designation - Palmarolle, Without designation... Parent, Village Poularies, Without designation___ Poularies, Without designation



Roquemaure, Without designation. Roquemaure, Without designation Roquemaure, Without designation, Senneterre, Parish Senneterre, Parish Trecesson, Township Total Description Cost



Development of arena, construction of parking lot and shelter_ 173,800 Demolition of building 3,400 Digging well, clearing area 5,800 Clearing land, landscaping sidewalks and construction of tourist information booth 4,800 Clearing creek, construction of rink 17,000 Beach development, sidewalk construction 20,500 Reconstruction of municipal hall 25,000 Construction of tow*n hall and garage 362,171 Clearing water courses 20,000 Improvements to town hall, installation of sewers 11,000 Improvements to park, construction of sidewalks 19,500 Clearing road sides, digging water courses 32,000 Installation of sewers, construction of sidewalks 100,000 Improvements to roads, construction of reservoirs 80,000 Clearing area for park and streets 3,500 Sidewalk construction 5,550 Installation of water main and sewer 13,849 Construction of vault in building 4,500 Construction of sidewalks, digging reservoirs 61,500 Clearing power line, development of playground 70,000 Clearing water courses 25,000 Construction of warehouse, digging wells 25,000 Clearing water courses 25,000 Road improvements, clearing water courses 20,000 Clearing road 35,000 Clearing water courses 42,556 Clearing creeks, cutting branches 85,000 Digging wells, construction of rink 35,000 Total 1,326,426 May 26. 1965 COMMONS DEBATES 1659 Questions



May 26. 1965 Questions


CROWN ASSETS CORPORATION SALE OF VEHICLES

PC

Mr. Forbes

Progressive Conservative

1. How many offers to purchase were received

and what amounts were bid in each case in response to Crown Assets Disposal Corporation's "For Sale Declarations" numbered 201-3-196752, 201-3196753, 201-3-196672, and 201-3-196754, all dated

April 12, 1965?

2. To whom were the vehicles sold, and what was the address and the bid of the purchaser in each case?

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Subtopic:   CROWN ASSETS CORPORATION SALE OF VEHICLES
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LIB

Charles Mills (Bud) Drury (Minister of Industry; Minister of Defence Production)

Liberal

Hon. C. M. Drury (Minister of Industry):

In so far as Crown Assets Disposal Corporation is concerned, the answer is as follows:

1. 14 offers for No. 196752 as follows:$1,000.00, $815.00, $800.00, $775.00, $705.00, $665.00, $627.00, $600.00. $569.00, $559.00,$431.00, $425.00, $400.00, 356.00; 14 offers for No. 196753 as follows: $1,000.00, $815.00, $770.00, $825.00, $675.00, $665.00, $626.00,$600.00, $601.00, $569.00, $431.00, $425.00,$400.00, $356.00; 15 offers for No. 196754 as follows: $888.88, $805.00, $800.00, $759.00,$752.00, $750.00, $601.00 $600.00, $600.00,$525.00, $515.00, $510.00, $503.00 $480.00,$428.00; 10 offers for No. 196672 as follows: $675.00, $675.00, $626.00, $610.00 $547.00,

2. No sale has been made yet in any of these cases.

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Subtopic:   CROWN ASSETS CORPORATION SALE OF VEHICLES
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May 26, 1965