April 3, 1967

HOUSE OF COMMONS DEBATES

OFFICIAL REPORT


Roger Duhamel, f.r.s.c. queen's printer and controller of stationery OTTAWA, 1967 23033-911*



Monday, April 3, 1967


COMMITTEES OF THE HOUSE


corporation feels are not covered by the provisions of Part IV, General Holidays, of the Canada Labour (Standards) Code and, if so (a) how many persons are employed in each classification not so covered (b) what reasons does the corporation have therefor?


DRUGS-SECOND REPORT OF SPECIAL COMMITTEE

LIB

Harry Cruickshank Harley

Liberal

Mr. H. C. Harley (Halton):

I have the honour to present the second and final report of the special committee on drug costs and prices.

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Some hon. Members:

Hear, hear.

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NATIONAL DEFENCE-SIXTH REPORT OF STANDING COMMITTEE

LIB

Leonard Donald Hopkins

Liberal

Mr. Leonard Hopkins (Renfrew North):

On

behalf of the chairman, the hon. member for Vancouver Quadra, I have the honour to present the sixth report of the standing committee on national defence.

[Note: Text of foregoing reports appears in today's Votes and Proceedings.]

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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 C.B.C. that all employees on the regular establishment of the corporation are covered by the provisions of part IV of the labour code, with the following exceptions: (a) Those in management and professional categories, numbering approximately 1,500, who along with other regular employees do, however, enjoy 10 statutory holidays annually. Section 3(3) of the code exempts this group, (b) Those employed on a casual, temporary or part time basis and those retained by the corporation under letter of agreement who are considered by the C.B.C. as independent contractors. This is a relatively small number which fluctuates widely according to operating requirements.

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QUESTIONS


(Questions answered orally are indicated by an asterisk.)


SHIPMENTS UNDER FOOD AID PROGRAMS


Question No. 2,553-Mr. Andras:


C.B.C. EMPLOYEES NOT COVERED BY PART TV OF LABOUR CODE

NDP

Mr. Howard

New Democratic Party

Are there any persons In the employ of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation who the said

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BILATERAL FOOD AID SHIPMENTS


Wheat Flour Quantity $ Quantity $ What amounts of wheat and flour were shipped, and to what countries, under Canada's food aid programs in each fiscal year since 1961?


April 3, 1967