September 10, 1973

ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS

INCOME TAX ACT


On the order: Introduction of Bills: September 5, 1973-Mr. Reynolds-Bill intituled: "An act to amend the Income Tax Act".


NONE

Lucien Lamoureux (Speaker of the House of Commons)

No affiliation

Mr. Speaker:

The hon. member for Burnaby-Richmond-Delta has asked that this bill stand. In fairness to the hon. member I think I should indicate that the Chair has reservations about the procedural acceptability of the bill proposed by him. I think I should warn him that my reservations have reference to the possibility that this bill might well affect either the balance of ways and means or the financial initiative of the Crown. I am sure that in drafting the bill the hon. member realized the difficulty that confronted him. I am not now, of course, making a ruling on it, but whenever the hon. member is prepared to have the bill moved for first reading he should at that time be prepared to convince the Chair that the bill is acceptable from a procedural standpoint.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   INCOME TAX ACT
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PC

John Douglas Reynolds

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Reynolds:

Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I shall do so.

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Subtopic:   INCOME TAX ACT
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QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER


(Questions answered orally are indicated by an asterisk.)


LIB

Mr. Stewart (Okanagan-Kootenay)

Liberal

1. How many judges are there in Citizenship Courts in Canada and (a) what is the remuneration paid them (b) what are the qualifications for appointment?

2. What are the locations of the Courts and how often do they sit?

3. Are there any vacancies to be filled at the present time?

4. Are any new appointments contemplated at the present time?

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Sub-subtopic:   CITIZENSHIP COURTS
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LIB

James Hugh Faulkner (Secretary of State of Canada)

Liberal

Hon. James Hugh Faulkner (Secretary of State):

1.

Fifteen, (a) In the range $14,988 to $20,421. (b) The statute specifies none.

2. Halifax, Moncton, Montreal, Ottawa, Sudbury, Toronto, Hamilton, London, Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver. The Courts sit daily or less frequently depending upon the volume of business.

3. Yes.

4. Yes.

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Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Sub-subtopic:   CITIZENSHIP COURTS
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SC

Mr. Godin

Social Credit

1. In January 1973, under the Opportunities for Youth Program, how many citizens in the constituency of Portneuf were considered as "resource persons" called on to state the priority needs in the constituency?

2. What is the name and address of each such person?

3. Were they consulted by the liaison office and, if so (a) how many times (b) on what dates?

4. Have members of this first group been fired recently and, if so (a) on what recommendations (b) by whom were they replaced (c) what are the names and addresses of such persons?

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Sub-subtopic:   OFY-PORTNEUF CONSTITUENCY
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LIB

James Hugh Faulkner (Secretary of State of Canada)

Liberal

Hon. James Hugh Faulkner (Secretary of State):

1.

While resource persons are not chosen on the basis of the federal constituency in which they reside, a Local Advisory Committee for the County of Portneuf was established in March 1973, and consists of seven members and three consultants.

2. The names and addresses of those persons who were named to the Local Advisory Committee established in March 1973 are as follows: Monsieur Gaston Briere, Service aux etudiants, Commission scolaire regionale, Tardi-vel, Pavilion administratif, Donnaconna (Quebec); Monsieur Herve Frenette, cultivateur, 34, rue Saint-Fran^ois, Cap-Sante (Quebec); Monsieur Jacquelin Genois, direc-teur, Polyvalente Saint-Raymond, 400, boul. Cloutier, C.P. 1077, Saint-Raymond (Quebec); Monsieur Michel Ingels, directeur, Service social de Portneuf, 324, rue de l'Eglise, Donnaconna (Quebec); Mademoiselle Martine Langlois, etudiante, 3050, rue de la Chapelle, Portneuf (Quebec); Madame Yolande Dussault, directrice, Centre culturel de Donnaconna, 245, rue Royer, Donnaconna (Quebec); Monsieur Luc Walsh, 105, av. Jacques-Cartier, Donnaconna (Quebec).

The following persons are attached to the committee as consultants: Monsieur Pierre Guy, Conseil regional des loisirs, 310, rue de l'Eglise, Donnaconna (Quebec); Monsieur Raymond Beland, Service social de Portneuf, 324, rue de l'Eglise, Donnaconna (Quebec); Monsieur Gaston Frenette, policier, Cap-Sante (Quebec).

3. They were consulted frequently but no records were kept of the dates of these consultations.

4. None.

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Order Paper Questions

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Sub-subtopic:   OFY-PORTNEUF CONSTITUENCY
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PC

Mr. Stevens

Progressive Conservative

1. In the constituency of York North, in each of the past three years, how many applications were received for OFY grants and for each year, what were the aggregate amounts requested in the applications?

2. How many of the applications were approved and what were the aggregate amounts so approved in each of the three years?

3. What was the actual amount dispersed in each year including the amount dispersed to date in the current year?

4. Were there applicants approved in the current year who were also successful applicants in one or more of the previous years and, if so, how many were there and what were the aggregate amounts involved in each of the years?

5. How many jobs were created in the constituency in each of the years through implementation of OFY projects?

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Sub-subtopic:   OFY-GRANTS IN CONSTITUENCY OF YORK NORTH
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LIB

James Hugh Faulkner (Secretary of State of Canada)

Liberal

Hon. James Hugh Faulkner (Secretary of State):

1. Statistics on applications submitted for funding are available on a provincial basis, and not by constituency, for 1972 and 1973 only.

2. A list of all projects funded under the 1971 Opportunities for Youth Program has been completed. Projects are classified by province and type, and in order of project number, not by constituency. Information includes the project title, a short description of the project activities, amount of the grant, number of participants, and the name and address of the project representative. A list of all projects funded under the 1972 Opportunities for Youth Program has been completed. Projects are classified by province and in alphabetical order of the towns and cities in which the projects were carried out, not by constituency. Information includes the project title and number, a short description of the project activities, amount of the grant, number of participants and the name and address of the project representative. This 421 page listing can be obtained from the Secretary of State Department. A similar list of all projects funded under the 1973 Opportunities for Youth Program is being compiled.

3. See answer to Part 2.

4. No tabulated records exist for OFY applicants approved in the current year who were also successful applicants in one or more of the previous years.

5. See answer to Part 2.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Sub-subtopic:   OFY-GRANTS IN CONSTITUENCY OF YORK NORTH
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PC

Mr. Stevens

Progressive Conservative

1. In the constituency of Peel-Dufferin-Simcoe, in each of the past three years, how many applications were received for OFY grants and for each year, what were the aggregate amounts requested in the applications?

2. How many of the applications were approved and what were the aggregate amounts so approved in each of the three years?

3. What was the actual amount dispersed in each year including the amount dispersed to date in the current year?

4. Were the applicants approved in the current year who were also successful applicants in one or more of the previous years and, if so, how many were there and what were the aggregate amounts involved in each of the years?

5. How many jobs were created in the constituency in each of the years through implementation of OFY projects?

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Sub-subtopic:   OFY-GRANTS IN CONSTITUENCY OF PEEL-DUFFERIN-SIMCOE
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LIB

James Hugh Faulkner (Secretary of State of Canada)

Liberal

Hon. James Hugh Faulkner (Secretary of State):

1.

Statistics on applications submitted for funding are available on a provincial basis, and not by constituency, for 1972 and 1973 only.

2. A list of all projects funded under the 1971 Opportunities for Youth Program has been completed. Projects are classified by province and type, and in order of project number, not by constituency. Information includes the project title, a short description of the project activities, amount of the grant, number of participants, and the name and address of the project representative. A list of all projects funded under the 1972 Opportunities for Youth Program has been completed. Projects are classified by province and in alphabetical order of the towns and cities in which the projects were carried out, not by constituency. Information includes the project title and number, a short description of the project activities, amount of the grant, number of participants and the name and address of the project representative. This 421 page listing can be obtained from the Secretary of State Department. A similar list of all projects funded under the 1973 Opportunities for Youth Program is being compiled.

3. See answer to Part 2.

4. No tabulated records exist for OFY applicants approved in the current year who were also successful applicants in one or more of the previous years.

5. See answer to Part 2.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Sub-subtopic:   OFY-GRANTS IN CONSTITUENCY OF PEEL-DUFFERIN-SIMCOE
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PC

Mr. Stevens

Progressive Conservative

1. In the constituency of York-Simcoe, in each of the past three years, how many applications were received for OFY grants and for each year, what were the aggregate amounts requested in the applications?

2. How many of the applications were approved and what were the aggregate amounts so approved in each of the three years?

3. What was the actual amount dispersed in each year including the amount dispersed to date in the current year?

4. Were there applicants approved in the current year who were also sucessful applicants in one or more of the previous years and, if so, how many were there and what were the aggregate amounts involved in each of the years?

5. How many jobs were created in the constituency in each of the years through implementation of OFY projects?

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Sub-subtopic:   OFY-GRANTS IN CONSTITUENCY OF YORK-SIMCOE
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LIB

James Hugh Faulkner (Secretary of State of Canada)

Liberal

Hon. James Hugh Faulkner (Secretary of State):

1.

Statistics on applications submitted for funding are available on a provincial basis, and not by constituency, for 1972 and 1973 only.

2. A list of all projects funded under the 1971 Opportunities for Youth Program has been completed. Projects are classified by province and type, and in order of project number, not by constituency. Information includes the project title, a short description of the project activities, amount of the grant, number of participants, and the name and address of the project representative. A list of all projects funded under the 1972 Opportunities for Youth Program has been completed. Projects are classified by province and in alphabetical order of the towns and cities in which the projects were carried out, not by constituency. Information includes the project title and number, a short description of the project activities, amount of the

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grant, number of participants and the name and address of the project representative. This 421 page listing can be obtained from the Secretary of State Department. A similar list of all projects funded under the 1973 Opportunities for Youth Program is being compiled.

3. See answer to Part 2.

4. No tabulated records exist for OFY applicants approved in the current year who were also successful applicants in one or more of the previous years.

5. See answer to Part 2.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Sub-subtopic:   OFY-GRANTS IN CONSTITUENCY OF YORK-SIMCOE
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PC

Mr. Stevens

Progressive Conservative

1. In the constituency of Ontario, in each of the past three years, how many applications were received for OFY grants and for each year, what were the aggregate amounts requested in the applications?

2. How many of the applications were approved and what were the aggregate amounts so approved in each of the three years?

3. What was the actual amount dispersed in each year including the amount dispersed to date in the current year?

4. Were there applicants approved in the current year who were also successful applicants in one or more of the previous years and, if so, how many were there and what were the aggregate amounts involved in each of the years?

5. How many jobs were created in the constituency in each of the years through implementation of OFY projects?

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Sub-subtopic:   OFY-GRANTS IN CONSTITUENCY OF ONTARIO
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LIB

James Hugh Faulkner (Secretary of State of Canada)

Liberal

Hon. James Hugh Faulkner (Secretary of State):

1.

Statistics on applications submitted for funding are available on a provincial basis, and not by constituency, for 1972 and 1973 only.

2. A list of all projects funded under the 1971 Opportunities for Youth Program has been completed. Projects are classified by province and type, and in order of project number, not by constituency. Information includes the project title, a short description of the project activities, amount of the grant, number of participants, and the name and address of the project representative. A list of all projects funded under the 1972 Opportunities for Youth Program has been completed. Projects are classified by province and in alphabetical order of the towns and cities in which the projects were carried out, not by constituency. Information includes the project title and number, a short description of the project activities, amount of the grant, number of participants and the name and address of the project representative. This 421 page listing can be obtained from the Secretary of State Department. A similar list of all projects funded under the 1973 Opportunities for Youth Program is being compiled.

3. See answer to Part 2.

4. No tabulated records exist for OFY applicants approved in the current year who were also successful applicants in one or more of the previous years.

5. See answer to Part 2.

Order Paper Questions CANADIAN RECIPIENTS OF ROYAL HONOURS

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Sub-subtopic:   OFY-GRANTS IN CONSTITUENCY OF ONTARIO
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PC

Mr. Coates

Progressive Conservative

Are accurate lists of living Canadian recipients of Royal Honours maintained and (a) if so, by what department and are they available to the public (b) if not, for what reason?

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Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Sub-subtopic:   OFY-GRANTS IN CONSTITUENCY OF ONTARIO
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September 10, 1973