April 20, 1966

QUESTIONS


(Questions answered orally are indicated by an asterisk.)


GOVERNMENT PURCHASES OF "RENEGADE IN POWER" AND "LAMENT FOR A NATION"

PC

Mr. Ormiston

Progressive Conservative

1. Have copies of Peter Newman's "Renegade in Power" been purchased by departmental and Crown corporation libraries and, if so, how many?

2. Have copies of George Grant's "Lament for a Nation" been ordered and/or purchased by departmental and Crown corporations libraries and, if so, how many?

3. Have copies of Peter Newman's "Renegade in Power" which are government property been placed in External Affairs offices and Trade Commissioner offices abroad and, if so, how many?

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LIB

Julia Verlyn (Judy) LaMarsh (Secretary of State of Canada)

Liberal

Hon. Judy V. LaMarsh (Secretary of State):

I am informed by all departments as follows:

1. Yes; 16.

2. Yes; 96.

3. No. One was presented to the embassy in Washington and placed in the chancery library.

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BUTTER PRODUCTION

RA

Mr. Caouelie

Ralliement Créditiste

1. What was the production of butter in Canada during the years 1963, 1964, 1965 and 1966 to date?

2. Is Canada exporting any butter and, if so (a) where (b) what were the total exports for the years 1963, 1964 and 1965?

3. What was the percentage of consumption of butter in this country for 1963, 1964 and 1965?

4. What happened to the unsold production for the years 1963, 1964 and 1965?

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Subtopic:   BUTTER PRODUCTION
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LIB

Robert Henry Winters (Minister of Trade and Commerce)

Liberal

Hon. Robert Winters (Minister of Trade and Commerce):

1. Production of creamery butter in Canada during 1963, 1964, 1965, and 1966, to date, is as follows:

Year Production '000 lb.

1963 351,919

1964 351,822

1965 336,666

1966 not available

2. Exports of butter by countries during the calendar years 1963, 1964, and January to October 1965 (latest figures available) are shown in the following table.

3. Percentage of consumption of creamery butter in Canada for 1963, 1964 and 1965.

Percentage of Consumption

Year to Production

%

1963 99.8

1964 101.51

1965 105.91

Represents some out of storage movement.

4. Unsold creamery butter in 1963 moved into storages in Canada.

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EXPORTS OF BUTTER BY COUNTRIES DURING THE CALENDAR YEARS 1963, 1964 AND JANUARY TO OCTOBER, 1965.


Export Class Number Description Country 1963 1964 Jan.-Oct., 1965 Quantity Value Quantity Value Quantity ValueCwt. $'000 Cwt. $'000 Cwt. $'00051-29 Butter United Kingdom 55,987 1,720 364,614 12,551 27,813 989Norway nil nil nil nil 5 *British Guiana " " 88 7 Honduras " «« 185 12 <<St. Pierre and Miquelon. 98 6 680 38 1,172 68United States 2 * 12 * 15 1Totals 56,087 1,726 365,579 12,608 29,005 1,058Amount too small to be expressed (less than $500.00). Questions



April 20, 1966


FISHERIES DEVELOPMENT EXPENDITURES

PC

Mr. Crouse

Progressive Conservative

1. What was the total amount of money expended by the Department of Fisheries during 1965 in Newfoundland for the provision of fresh fish collection centres and community stages for salt fish?

2. What was the total amount expended for similar installations in (a) Quebec (b) New Brunswick (c) Nova Scotia?

3. What was the total amount spent by the federal government in Newfoundland during 1965 on buildings, marine works, wharves, breakwaters, practical research and demonstration, to accelerate fisheries development activity?

4. What was the total amount expended for similar fisheries development in (a) Quebec (b) New Brunswick (c) Nova Scotia?

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LIB

Hédard-J. Robichaud (Minister of Fisheries)

Liberal

Hon. H. J. Robichaud (Minister of Fisheries):

1. 1964-65, $489,374.14; 1965-66, $717,651.91. These amounts include works, where necessary.

2. (a) Nil. (b) Nil. (c) Nil.

3. Fisheries expenditure included in 1 above.

4. Re fisheries, answered by No. 1.

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FISHERIES STATISTICS

LIB

Mr. Tucker

Liberal

1. How many fishing communities are there in

(a) Newfoundland-Labrador (b) Nova Scotia (c) New Brunswick (d) Quebec (e) Prince Edward Island?

2. How many fishermen are there in (a) Newfoundland-Labrador (b) Nova Scotia (c) New Brunswick (d) Quebec (e) Prince Edward Island?

3. What is the number of fishing boats not decked in operation in (a) Newfoundland-Labrador (b) Nova Scotia (c) New Brunswick (d) Quebec (e) Prince Edward Island, by inshore fishermen?

4. What is the number of decked fishing boats up to 75 feet in length in operation in (a) Newfoundland-Labrador (b) Nova Scotia (c) New Brunswick

(d) Quebec (e) Prince Edward Island?

5. What is the number of fishermen in operation and using boats not decked in (a) Newfoundland-Labrador (b) Nova Scotia (c) New Brunswick (d) Quebec (e) Prince Edward Island?

6. What is the number of fishermen using decked boats up to 75 feet in length in (a) Newfoundland-Labrador (b) Nova Scotia (c) New Brunswick (d) Quebec (e) Prince Edward Island?

7. What the average income of fishermen using boats not decked in (a) Newfoundland-Labrador

(b) Nova Scotia (c) New Brunswick (d) Quebec

(e) Prince Edward Island?

8. What is the average income of fishermen using decked boats up to 75 feet in length in (a) Newfoundland-Labrador (b) Nova Scotia (c) New Brunswick (d) Quebec (e) Prince Edward Island?

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Subtopic:   FISHERIES STATISTICS
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LIB

Hédard-J. Robichaud (Minister of Fisheries)

Liberal

Hon. H. J. Robichaud (Minister of Fisheries):

1. Not available.

2. (a) 22,615 in 1964; (b) 13,333 in 1964;

(c) 5,790 in 1964; (d) 3,512 in 1964; (e) 3,329 in 1964.

3. Not available.

4. Not available.

5. Not available.

6. Not available.

7. Not available.

8. Not available.

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Subtopic:   FISHERIES STATISTICS
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C.B.C. PUBLIC RELATIONS STAFF

PC

Mr. Keays

Progressive Conservative

Are there any public relations officials in or connected with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and, if so, how many and what are the names and addresses of each?

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Subtopic:   C.B.C. PUBLIC RELATIONS STAFF
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LIB

Julia Verlyn (Judy) LaMarsh (Secretary of State of Canada)

Liberal

Hon. Judy V. LaMarsh (Secretary of State):

I am informed by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation that its public relations is largely carried out by the management group as a basic responsibility. The corporation employs two full time public relations people who assist in this work: Mr. Jack Lusher, 1500 Bronson Avenue, Ottawa, and M. Paul Dumont-Frenette, room 1425, Place Ville-Marie, Montreal.

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April 20, 1966