October 26, 1976

ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS

ANTI-INFLATION BOARD EFFECT ON ECONOMY OF YUKON OF DECISION ON WAGES OF MINERS AT CYPRUS-ANVIL MINE-MOTION UNDER S.O. 43

PC

Douglas Charles Neil

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Doug Neil (Moose Jaw):

Mr. Speaker, I rise under the provisions of Standing Order 43 on a matter of urgent and pressing necessity. In view of the critical economic situation in the Yukon resulting from the shutdown of the Cyprus-Anvil Mine at Faro, and in view of the fact that the shutdown is a result of the AIB administrator Donald Tansley rolling back the decision of AIB from 14 per cent to 8 per cent, and in view of the fact that the shutdown is having disastrous effects on the economy of the Yukon, I move, seconded by the hon. member for the Yukon (Mr. Nielsen):

That the Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development take immediate steps through consultations with the Minister of Finance and representatives of the Yukon legislative assembly to resolve the problem.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   ANTI-INFLATION BOARD EFFECT ON ECONOMY OF YUKON OF DECISION ON WAGES OF MINERS AT CYPRUS-ANVIL MINE-MOTION UNDER S.O. 43
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LIB

James Alexander Jerome (Speaker of the House of Commons)

Liberal

Mr. Speaker:

Standing Order 43 requires unanimous consent for presentation of the motion to the House. Is there unanimous consent?

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   ANTI-INFLATION BOARD EFFECT ON ECONOMY OF YUKON OF DECISION ON WAGES OF MINERS AT CYPRUS-ANVIL MINE-MOTION UNDER S.O. 43
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Some hon. Members:

No.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   ANTI-INFLATION BOARD EFFECT ON ECONOMY OF YUKON OF DECISION ON WAGES OF MINERS AT CYPRUS-ANVIL MINE-MOTION UNDER S.O. 43
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THE CANADIAN ECONOMY

NDP

John Edward Broadbent

New Democratic Party

Mr. Edward Broadbent (Oshawa-Whitby):

Mr. Speaker, I too, rise under the provisions of Standing Order 43. I should like to move, seconded by the hon. member for Winnipeg North Centre who had such remarkable success yesterday, the following motion.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   THE CANADIAN ECONOMY
Sub-subtopic:   REQUEST FOR MEASURES TO DEAL WITH UNEMPLOYMENT-MOTION UNDER S.O. 43
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Some hon. Members:

No.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   THE CANADIAN ECONOMY
Sub-subtopic:   REQUEST FOR MEASURES TO DEAL WITH UNEMPLOYMENT-MOTION UNDER S.O. 43
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NDP

John Edward Broadbent

New Democratic Party

Mr. Broadbent:

Listen, fellows, before you say no.

That this House welcomes the return of the Prime Minister from Japan-

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   THE CANADIAN ECONOMY
Sub-subtopic:   REQUEST FOR MEASURES TO DEAL WITH UNEMPLOYMENT-MOTION UNDER S.O. 43
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Some hon. Members:

No, no.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   THE CANADIAN ECONOMY
Sub-subtopic:   REQUEST FOR MEASURES TO DEAL WITH UNEMPLOYMENT-MOTION UNDER S.O. 43
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NDP

John Edward Broadbent

New Democratic Party

Mr. Broadbent:

-and urges him and his government to introduce, on a priority basis, legislation to deal with the urgent problem of unemployment which Wood-Gundy has just forecast will average 8.1 per cent in 1977.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   THE CANADIAN ECONOMY
Sub-subtopic:   REQUEST FOR MEASURES TO DEAL WITH UNEMPLOYMENT-MOTION UNDER S.O. 43
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LIB

James Alexander Jerome (Speaker of the House of Commons)

Liberal

Mr. Speaker:

Order, please. The provisions of Standing Order 43 requires the unanimous consent of the House.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   THE CANADIAN ECONOMY
Sub-subtopic:   REQUEST FOR MEASURES TO DEAL WITH UNEMPLOYMENT-MOTION UNDER S.O. 43
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Some hon. Members:

No.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   THE CANADIAN ECONOMY
Sub-subtopic:   REQUEST FOR MEASURES TO DEAL WITH UNEMPLOYMENT-MOTION UNDER S.O. 43
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HOUSING

SC

Léonel Beaudoin

Social Credit

Mr. Leonel Beaudoin (Richmond):

Mr. Speaker, pursuant to Standing Order 43, I rise on a matter of urgent and pressing necessity.

Considering that current interest rates on the purchase of single family dwellings discourage any prospective buyer who is aware of the total amount-interest and capital combined- he would have to repay over 30 or 40 years and that the combined capital and interest to be repaid each month is an amount the average Canadian worker cannot afford, I move, seconded by the hon. member for Roberval (Mr. Gauthier):

That the House deal as early as possible with this most important issue of Financing single family home construction, to turn what is now a luxury into a commodity within the reach of all Canadians concerned in this motion.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   HOUSING
Sub-subtopic:   REQUEST THAT INTEREST ON MORTGAGES FOR SINGLE FAMILY DWELLINGS BE REDUCED-MOTION UNDER S.O. 43
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LIB

James Alexander Jerome (Speaker of the House of Commons)

Liberal

Mr. Speaker:

Order, please. Pursuant to Standing Order 43, this motion requires the unanimous consent of the House. Is there unanimous consent?

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   HOUSING
Sub-subtopic:   REQUEST THAT INTEREST ON MORTGAGES FOR SINGLE FAMILY DWELLINGS BE REDUCED-MOTION UNDER S.O. 43
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Some hon. Members:

Yes.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   HOUSING
Sub-subtopic:   REQUEST THAT INTEREST ON MORTGAGES FOR SINGLE FAMILY DWELLINGS BE REDUCED-MOTION UNDER S.O. 43
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Some hon. Members:

No.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   HOUSING
Sub-subtopic:   REQUEST THAT INTEREST ON MORTGAGES FOR SINGLE FAMILY DWELLINGS BE REDUCED-MOTION UNDER S.O. 43
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CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS

PC

Jack Marshall

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Jack Marshall (Humber-St. George's-St. Barbe):

Mr. Speaker, my motion under Standing Order 43 reads as follows. The announced reduction of CN staff in the province of Newfoundland is not only evidence of CN determination to

October 26, 1976

I have heard of turning the other cheek and was also taught to love my enemies, but I was not taught to provide the knife with which my enemy would cut my throat. The approach to publicly financed broadcasting in Canada must be re-evaluated in the light of the vastly improved communications facilities in this country.

If the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation is to remain free of interference at the federal political level, it must be equally free of union interference and of political party interference by infiltration. I suggest that henceforth publicly financed television and radio broadcasting that uses in excess of $400 million of taxpayers' moneys each year restrict itself to cultural and educational programming, plus factual news reporting only. Otherwise the price will be freedom of the majority.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS
Sub-subtopic:   SUGGESTED INVESTIGATION OF STAFF REDUCTIONS AND FUTURE PLANS OF COMPANY IN NEWFOUNDLAND-MOTION UNDER S.O. 43
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October 26, 1976