Roger Duhamel, f.r.s.c.
queen's printer and controller of stationery OTTAWA, 1967
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
NATIONAL DEFENCE-SIXTH REPORT OF STANDING COMMITTEE
(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
BILATERAL FOOD AID SHIPMENTS
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?