June 30, 1965

RA

Mr. Caouette

Ralliement Créditiste

1. Under the Canada Student Loans Act (a) how many loans have been granted to students in each province since the proclamation of the Act (b) what is the total amount of such loans (c) are all Quebec students excluded from the application of the Act (d) if so, for what reason (e) if not, under what conditions may they qualify?

2. What qualifications are required in order to obtain such a loan?

Questions

3. Does a university student coming from Quebec, whose residence has been established for more than 12 months in another province, become eligible for such loans?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   LOANS TO STUDENTS
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LIB

Lawrence T. Pennell (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Finance)

Liberal

Mr. L. T. Pennell (Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of Finance):

1. Under the Canada Student Loans Plan, loans may be made by banks and designated credit unions only on the basis of certificates of eligibility issued by the provinces participating in the Plan. These certificates are issued only to students considered by one of these provinces to be residents for the purposes of the Canada Student Loans Plan. The provinces have recently established criteria for determining which participating province is the appropriate one to handle a student's application for a certificate of eligibility. These criteria are contained in the approved report of the Federal-Provincial committee on residence which appears in Appendix "A" of Hansard of June 11, 1965.

(a) and (b) As of April 1, 1965, the number of students assisted and the amounts of certificates of eligibility issued by the participating provinces, were as follows:

Province Newfoundland Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia New Brunswick Ontario Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberta

British Columbia Yukon

Northwest Territories

Number of Students Assisted 732 431 2,450 2,008 21,287 2,259 2,965 4,481 4,650 12 9

41,284

Amount of Certificates Issued $ 456,512

288,609 1,729,008 1,347,188 14,004,565 1,371,520 1,867,420 2,083,488 3,100,031 8,600 9,000

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Questions

propriate authority of a participating province. To qualify, a student must (a) be a Canadian citizen or have landed immigrant status with 12 months residence in Canada, (b) be enrolled or plan to enrol as a full time student in a post-secondary course of study at an educational institution specified for the purposes of the Canada Student Loans Plan by a participating province, (c) have attained satisfactory scholastic standard, (d) actually need a loan to pursue his studies; and (e) meet the residence requirements in a participating province on the basis of the criteria contained in the approved report of the Federal-Provincial committee on residence referred to above.

3. A university student coming from Quebec will become eligible to apply for a loan in a participating province 12 months after he has moved to that province if he is married or has established to the satisfaction of the province to which he applies that he is financially fully self supporting.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   LOANS TO STUDENTS
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PAROLE OFFICERS IN JUSTICE DEPARTMENT

NDP

Mr. Orlikow

New Democratic Party

1. How many parole officers are employed by the Department of Justice and what is their jurisdiction?

2. How many of these are trained social workers?

3. How many are university graduates in the social sciences?

4. Does the Department make provisions for bursaries for the training of more parole officers and, if so, how many bursaries and for how much?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   PAROLE OFFICERS IN JUSTICE DEPARTMENT
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LIB

Donald Stovel Macdonald (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada)

Liberal

Mr. D. S. Macdonald (Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of Justice):

1. Forty five parole officers are employed by the Department of Justice. The jurisdiction of those employed in the field offices is geographically limited to specified areas and the duties include the direct interviewing of applicants for parole; the direct or indirect supervision of persons on parole and the maintenance of liaison with crown authorities.

Generally speaking, the jurisdiction of parole officers employed at headquarters is geographically limited to a specified area and their duties include the assembly of data necessary to the study of parole cases; the preparation of summaries, based on the data assembled, for consideration by the National Parole Board and the performance of incidental duties.

In addition to parole officers in the direct employment of the Department of Justice, parole supervision is also performed on behalf of the Federal Government by employees of qualified agencies in the corrections field.

2. Eighteen.

3. Twelve.

4. No.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   PAROLE OFFICERS IN JUSTICE DEPARTMENT
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CANADIAN CENTENNIAL COMMISSION

PC

Mr. Howe (Wellinglon-

Progressive Conservative

Huron):

1. How many of the original Members of the Centennial Commission are still with the Commission?

2. How many Members of the Centennial Commission have resigned within the past six months?

3. Of the amount of money allocated to this project, how much has been spent to date?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   CANADIAN CENTENNIAL COMMISSION
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LIB

Maurice Lamontagne (Secretary of State of Canada)

Liberal

Hon. Maurice Lamoniagne (Secretary of State):

The Commission understands parts 1 and 2 to refer to members of the Board of Directors of the Centennial Commission. Therefore:

1. 8.

2. 2.

3. $6,509,043 to March 31, 1965.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   CANADIAN CENTENNIAL COMMISSION
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PUBLIC WORKS EXPENDITURES, CHARLEVOIX COUNTY, QUE.

RA

Mr. Belanger

Ralliement Créditiste

1. How much money did the Department of Public Works allocate for the County of Charlevoix from March, 1958, to June, 1962?

2. How much was actually spent?

3. How much money did the Department of Public Works allocate for the County of Charlevoix from June, 1962, to January, 1965?

4. How much was actually spent?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   PUBLIC WORKS EXPENDITURES, CHARLEVOIX COUNTY, QUE.
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LIB

Lawrence T. Pennell (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Finance)

Liberal

Mr. L. T. Pennell (Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of Finance):

It is not feasible to provide aggregate information on expenditure disbursements or revenue collections for constituencies, counties or other comparable units. Government estimates are not prepared on this basis nor are records of expenditures kept in this way.

Information concerning expenditures could be supplied about specific projects or programs which are identified in a question. These, of course, would in some cases relate to a particular constituency or locality.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   PUBLIC WORKS EXPENDITURES, CHARLEVOIX COUNTY, QUE.
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HEALTH AND WELFARE EXPENDITURES, CHARLEVOIX COUNTY, QUE.

RA

Mr. Belanger

Ralliement Créditiste

1. How much money did the Department of National Health and Welfare allocate for the County of Charlevoix from March, 1958, to June, 1962?

2. How much was actually spent?

3. How much money did the Department of National Health and Welfare allocate for the County of Charlevoix from June, 1962, to January, 1965?

4. How much was actually spent?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   HEALTH AND WELFARE EXPENDITURES, CHARLEVOIX COUNTY, QUE.
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LIB

Lawrence T. Pennell (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Finance)

Liberal

Mr. L. T. Pennell (Parliameniary Secretary to Minister of Finance):

It is not feasible to provide aggregate information on expenditure

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disbursements or revenue collections for constituencies, counties or other comparable units. Government estimates are not prepared on this basis nor are records of expenditures kept in this way.

Information concerning expenditures could be supplied about specific projects or programs which are identified in a question. These, of course, would in some cases relate to a particular constituency or locality.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   HEALTH AND WELFARE EXPENDITURES, CHARLEVOIX COUNTY, QUE.
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POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES. CHARLEVOIX COUNTY, QUE.

RA

Mr. Belanger

Ralliement Créditiste

1. How much money did the Post Office Department allocate for the County of Charlevoix from March, 1958, to June, 1962?

2. How much was actually spent?

3. How much money did the Post Office Department allocate for the County of Charlevoix from June, 1962, to January, 1965?

4. How much was actually spent?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES. CHARLEVOIX COUNTY, QUE.
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LIB

Lawrence T. Pennell (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Finance)

Liberal

Mr. L. T. Pennell (Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of Finance):

It is not feasible to provide aggregate information on expenditure disbursements or revenue collections for constituencies, counties or other comparable units. Government estimates are not prepared on this basis nor are records of expenditures kept in this way.

Information concerning expenditures could be supplied about specific projects or programs which are identified in a question. These, of course, would in some cases relate to a particular constituency or locality.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES. CHARLEVOIX COUNTY, QUE.
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TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES, CHARLEVOIX COUNTY, QUE.

RA

Mr. Belanger

Ralliement Créditiste

1. What amount was allocated by the Department of Transport from March, 1958, to June, 1962, for the County of Charlevoix?

2. What amount was actually spent in that County?

3. What amount was allocated by the Department of Transport from June, 1962, to January, 1965, for the County of Charlevoix?

4. What amount was actually spent in that County?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES, CHARLEVOIX COUNTY, QUE.
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LIB

Lawrence T. Pennell (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Finance)

Liberal

Mr. L. T. Pennell (Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of Finance):

It is not feasible to provide aggregate information on expenditure disbursements or revenue collections for constituencies, counties or other comparable units. Government estimates are not prepared on this basis nor are records of expenditures kept in this way.

Information concerning expenditures could be supplied about specific projects or programs which are identified in a question.

Questions

These, of course, would in some cases relate to a particular constituency or locality.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES, CHARLEVOIX COUNTY, QUE.
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