October 17, 1977

PC

Mr. Cossitt

Progressive Conservative

Is the Minister of Agriculture aware that Question No. 41, requesting the cost of the 32 trips by himself and family members on government aircraft is still unanswered and will the Minister take steps to expedite the answer and (a) if so, on what date can an answer be expected (b) if not, for what reason?

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LIB

Ralph Goodale

Liberal

Mr. Ralph E. Goodale (Parliamentary Secretary to President of the Privy Council):

See Beauchesne's Citation 171(a).

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USE OF GOVERNMENT AIRCRAFT

PC

Mr. Cossitt

Progressive Conservative

Is the Minister of Transport aware that Question No. 1,208 requesting information on the use of a DOT Jet Star by five (5) female passengers at Saskatoon Airport remains unanswered and will the Minister take steps to expedite an answer and (a) if so, on what date can an answer be expected (b) if not, for what reason?

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LIB

Ralph Goodale

Liberal

Mr. Ralph E. Goodale (Parliamentary Secretary to President of the Privy Council):

See Beauchesne's Citation 171(a).

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GOVERNMENT AIRCRAFT

PC

Mr. Cossitt

Progressive Conservative

1. Since the answer to Question Number 3,240 of the 1st Session of the 30th Parliament which lists thirty-two trips on government aircraft by the Minister of Agriculture with his wife and members of his family, how many similar trips have been made?

2. What was the place of origin and the destination of each trip?

3. What was the total cost of each trip and total cost of all such trips combined?

4. What are the names of all persons on board the aircraft on each flight?

5. What type of aircraft was used on each trip?

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LIB

Ralph Goodale

Liberal

Mr. Ralph E. Goodale (Parliamentary Secretary to President of Privy Council):

See replies to Questions No. 29 and 30 answered this day.

PAYMENTS TO FRANCISCO KR1PACZ AND/OR FRANCISCO LTD.

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FOR SERVICES PERFORMED AT PRIME MINISTER'S RESIDENCES

PC

Mr. Cossitt

Progressive Conservative

1. What was the total amount of public funds paid to Mr. Francisco Kripacz and/or Francisco Limited of 550 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, between April 20, 1968 and the date the answer to this question is prepared, for services performed at the Prime Minister's official residence, 24 Sussex Drive or the summer residence at Harrington Lake and, in each case, what is a full description of the services performed, work done and the cost?

2. Since April 20, 1968, and the date the answer to this question is prepared were any services, work etc. performed for the Prime Minister at any government office occupied by him, his staff or the Privy Council by Mr. Kripacz and/or Francisco Limited and, if so, in each case, what is a full description of the services performed, work done and the cost?

3. What was the total cost of all such services, work etc?

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LIB

J. Judd Buchanan (Minister of Public Works; Minister of State for Science and Technology)

Liberal

Hon. Judd Buchanan (Minister of Public Works):

(1)

During the period April 1, 1971 through May 2, 1977 a total of $21,969 was paid by the Department of Public Works to Mr. Francisco Kripacz and/or Francisco Limited for services performed at the Prime Minister's official residence, 24 Sussex Drive, or the summer residence at Harrington Lake. Details follow, (a) 24 Sussex Drive; (i) Selection and purchase of furniture and furnishings $1,311; (ii) Design services for alterations and furnishings $20,658; (b) Harrington Lake: None Total: $21,969.

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(2) During the period April 1, 1971 through May 2, 1977 a total of $310 was paid by the Department of Public Works to Mr. Francisco Kripacz and/or Francisco Limited for office furniture for the Prime Minister's office.

(3) Total costs of services performed by Mr. Francisco Kripacz and/or Francisco Limited amount to $22,279.

Note: Information for the period prior to April 1, 1971 is unavailable as the Government's Record Disposal Policy requires financial information to be retained for a period of six years only.

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Subtopic:   FOR SERVICES PERFORMED AT PRIME MINISTER'S RESIDENCES
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USE OF GOVERNMENT AIRCRAFT

PC

Mr. Cossitt

Progressive Conservative

Is the Prime Minister aware that Question No. 29, requesting information on Department of Transport aircraft used by Cabinet Ministers, remains unanswered and will the Prime Minister take steps to expedite the answer and (a) if so, on what date can an answer be expected (b) if not, for what reason?

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LIB

Ralph Goodale

Liberal

Mr. Ralph E. Goodale (Parliamentary Secretary to President of the Privy Council):

See Beauchesne's Citation 171 (a) &(b).

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USE OF GOVERNMENT AIRCRAFT

PC

Mr. Cossitt

Progressive Conservative

Is the Prime Minister aware that Question No. 30, requesting information on Department of National Defence aircraft used by Cabinet Ministers, remains unanswered and will the Prime Minister take steps to expedite the answer and (a) if so, on what date can an answer be expected (b) if not, for what reason?

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LIB

Ralph Goodale

Liberal

Mr. Ralph E. Goodale (Parliamentary Secretary to President of the Privy Council):

See Beauchesne's Citation 171 (a) and (b).

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CEREMONIALS-BATTLE OF ATLANTIC SUNDAY, HALIFAX

PC

Mr. McCleave

Progressive Conservative

1. Was a decision taken not to have a political representative on behalf of the government lay a wreath on May 1, 1977, at the ceremonies commemorating Battle of Atlantic Sunday, in Halifax and, if so, who made the decision?

2. Were federal politicians invited to pay such respects by laying a federal wreath and (a) if so, what are their names (b) if not, for what reason?

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LIB

Barnett Jerome Danson (Minister of National Defence)

Liberal

Hon. Barney Danson (Minister of National Defence):

1.

No.

2. (a) and (b) The following federal politicians were invited to attend: The Hon. R. L. Stanfield, M.P.; Mr. J. M. Forre-stall, M.P.; Mr. R. J. McCleave, M.P.

note: Wreaths were layed by the Commander Maritime Command, and the Commanding Officer of HMCS Ottawa, on behalf of the Canadian government, the Department of National Defence, and the Canadian Forces individually and collectively. Representatives of organizations, and individuals, wishing to do so, may lay wreaths during the ceremony at Halifax, on request to the Base Commander.

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October 17, 1977