June 19, 1972

ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS


On the order: Introduction of Bills. members of the public; ability to adapt to changing conditions; initiative, tact, discretion, firmness and persuasiveness. The language requirements for each position depend on its location and the service which is to be provided to the public by the incumbent. Accordingly, appointees may be required to be qualified in the knowledge and use of the English language or the French language or both.


NDP

Stanley Howard Knowles (N.D.P. House Leader; Whip of the N.D.P.)

New Democratic Party

Mr. Knowles (Winnipeg North Centre):

I rise on a point of order, Mr. Speaker. I wonder whether the President of the Privy Council did not overlook something. Would he not like to move the first reading of the bill in the name of his colleague, the Minister of Veterans Affairs, so that we could advance it as quickly as possible?

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Permalink
LIB

Allan Joseph MacEachen (President of the Privy Council; Leader of the Government in the House of Commons; Liberal Party House Leader)

Liberal

Mr. MacEachen:

I would be happy to move it for the minister. I was engaged in conversation with a colleague and, unfortunately, I missed it.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Permalink

PENSION ACT

AMENDMENT TO INCREASE NUMBER OF COMMISSIONERS AND AD HOC COMMISSIONERS

LIB

Allan Joseph MacEachen (President of the Privy Council; Leader of the Government in the House of Commons; Liberal Party House Leader)

Liberal

Hon. Allan I. MacEachen (ior the Minister of Veterans Affairs) moved

for leave to introduce Bill C-215, to amend the Pension Act.

Topic:   PENSION ACT
Subtopic:   AMENDMENT TO INCREASE NUMBER OF COMMISSIONERS AND AD HOC COMMISSIONERS
Permalink

Motion agreed to, bill read the first time and ordered to be printed.


QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER


(Questions answered orally are indicated by an asterisk.)


QUALIFICATIONS OF MANPOWER COUNSELLORS

PC

Mr. Marshall

Progressive Conservative

What are the qualifications of Manpower counsellors who work with the unemployed?

Topic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Subtopic:   QUALIFICATIONS OF MANPOWER COUNSELLORS
Permalink
LIB

Gérard Pelletier (Secretary of State of Canada)

Liberal

Hon. Gerard Pelletier (Secretary of State):

I am

informed by the Public Service Commission as follows: University graduation or equivalent (secondary school and years of related experience); evidence of ability to carry out counselling duties through work history; general awareness of acts, regulations and programs related to the duties; ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with both departmental staff and

Topic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Subtopic:   QUALIFICATIONS OF MANPOWER COUNSELLORS
Permalink

PER CAPITA COST OF HEALTH CARE


Question No. 78-Mr. Rynard: (supplementary) 1. What was the per capita cost of health care for each province for the period January 1,1969, to January 1, 1970? 2. What was the per capita cost of hospital care for each province for the period January 1, 1969, to January 1,1970? 3. What was the per capita cost of medical care for each province for the period January 1,1969, to January 1, 1970?


LIB

John Carr Munro (Minister of Amateur Sport; Minister of National Health and Welfare)

Liberal

Hon. John C. Munro (Minister of National Health and Welfare):

1. The per capita cost of health care for January 1, 1969 to January 1, 1970, includes: mental, tuberculosis and non-shareable hospital care expenditures, non-shareable personal health care, health administration, public health and general health expenditures. Excludes capital expenditures-

Province

Newfoundland

Prince Edward Island

Nova Scotia

New Brunswick

Quebec

Ontario

Manitoba

Saskatchewan

Alberta

British Columbia

Yukon & Northwest Territories

Per Capita Cost $

124.31

123.88

158.17

151.05 172.87 202.58

178.05 163.15 196.80 185.62 128.50

2. The current estimated per capita cost of in-patient hospital services for each province for the period January 1, 1969 to January 1, 1970 is as following:

Province

Newfoundland

Prince Edward Island

Nova Scotia

New Brunswick

Quebec

Ontario

Manitoba

Saskatchewan

Per Capita Cost $

58.79

52.12

70.41

73.36

88.55

84.62

72.04

76.71

June 19, 1972

Questions

Alberta 81.54

British Columbia 72.81

Yukon Territory 68.66

Northwest Territories 79.38

3. The Medical Care Program operates on a fiscal year basis from April 1st to March 31st. As a result, precise per capita cost of insured services are available on a fiscal year basis only. For the fiscal year 1969-70 the medical care per capita cost of insured services by province is as follows:

Province

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

British Columbia Yukon Territory Northwest Territories

* As the provinces joined the Medical Care plan during the year, their cost of insured services does not represent a full 12 month per capita cost.

NOTE:* Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Quebec and the Territories did not join the plan in 1969-70.

Per Capita Cost $

23.86*

28.93*

34.65*

40.60*

32.38

35.60*

53.59

Topic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Subtopic:   PER CAPITA COST OF HEALTH CARE
Permalink

EGG IMPORTS

SC

Mr. Lambert (Bellechasse)

Social Credit

1. Does the production of eggs in Canada meet the demand of the domestic market?

2. What was the volume of whole egg imports during the past 12 months?

3. What quantity of eggs in other form was imported during the past 12 months?

4. From what countries were eggs imported?

Topic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Subtopic:   EGG IMPORTS
Permalink
LIB

Bruce Andrew Thomas Howard (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Industry, Trade and Commerce)

Liberal

Mr. Bruce Howard (Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of Industry. Trade and Commerce):

Statistics Canada reports that: 1. The following table provides data on the egg market in Canada for the past year (1971).

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31 1971 (million dozen)

Stocks of eggs as of January 1 5.8

Production 499.3

Imports 7.31

Total Supply 512.4

Less: Exports 3.7

Stock at end of period 9.3

1 Includes 3.2 million dozen eggs for hatching.

2. Import of whole eggs from January 1 to December 31, 1971 (the latest twelve month period available): Quantity (dozens): 4,523, 678; Value: $5,424,000.

3. Import of eggs in other forms from January 1 to December 31, 1971 (the latest twelve month period available): Quantity (pounds): 3,065,902; Value: $899,000.

4. Eggs (whole) and egg products were imported from the following countries between January 1, 1971 and December 31, 1971: United Kingdom, Belgium-Luxem-bourg, Denmark, France, West Germany, Netherlands, Hong Kong, People's Republic of China, Taiwan, Australia, New Zealand, United States.

Topic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Subtopic:   EGG IMPORTS
Permalink

CBC STRIKE

June 19, 1972