April 16, 1984

CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR INTERNATIONAL PEACE AND SECURITY

LIB

Allan Joseph MacEachen (Deputy Prime Minister; Secretary of State for External Affairs)

Liberal

Hon. Allan J. MacEachen (Deputy Prime Minister and Secretary of State for External Affairs) moved

for leave to introduce Bill C-32, an Act to establish the Canadian Institute for International Peace and Security.

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Sub-subtopic:   MEASURE TO ESTABLISH
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LIB

Gildas L. Molgat (Speaker pro tempore)

Liberal

Mr. Speaker:

Is it the pleasure of the House that the Hon. Minister shall have leave to introduce the Bill?

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Subtopic:   CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR INTERNATIONAL PEACE AND SECURITY
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Some Hon. Members:

Agreed.

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


LIB

Gildas L. Molgat (Speaker pro tempore)

Liberal

Mr. Speaker:

When shall the Bill be read the second time? At the next sitting of the House?

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Subtopic:   CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR INTERNATIONAL PEACE AND SECURITY
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Some Hon. Members:

Agreed.

(d) 1965-66 6.41 Confederation Square LeBreton Flats Eastern Parkway Ottawa River Parkway(e) 1966-67 611.77 Quebec Gatineau Park(0 1967-68 .15 Ottawa River Parkway(g) 1968-69 100.18 Hull/Lucerne-Misc. S(h) 1969-70 17.16 Hull-Misc. Sites(m) 1974-75 3,505.55 South East City Rideau River Parkway(n) 1975-76 107.65 Gatineau ParkAll other years Nil Nil

2. Annual expropriation costs through negotiated settlements or adjudications of the Federal Court of Canada, many of which predate 1962-63, are listed for each fiscal year. There is no correlation with the specific parcels of land included in the total amounts of land by project area as reported under (1), because a parcel of land expropriated in any given fiscal year may actually be paid for in a subsequent fiscal year allowing for the time required to obtain either a negotiated settlement of expropriation or a court decision.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR INTERNATIONAL PEACE AND SECURITY
Sub-subtopic:   MEASURE TO ESTABLISH
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QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER


(Questions answered orally are indicated by an asterisk.)


LIB

John Leslie Evans (Parliamentary Secretary to the President of the Privy Council)

Liberal

Mr. John Evans (Parliamentary Secretary to President of the Privy Council):

Mr. Speaker, the following questions will be answered today: Nos. 7, 79, 377, 484 and 710.

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Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
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Mr. McKenzie

Progressive Conservative

1. For the fiscal year (a) 1962-63 (b) 1963-64 (c) 1964-65 (d) 1965-66 (e) 1966-67 (f) 1967-68 (g) 1968-69 (h) 1969-70 (i) 1970-71 (j) 1971-72 (k) 1972-73 (1) 1973-74 (m) 1974-75 (n) 1975-76 (o) 1976-77 (p) 1977-78 (q) 1978-79 (r) 1979-80 (s) 1980-81 (t) 1981-82 (u) 1982-83, what amount of land was expropriated by the National Capital Commission?

2. For each year, what was the total cost of expropriating the land?

3. For each year, what was the number of projects planned for the land and, in each case, how many (a) were completed (b) are actually under way?

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Sub-subtopic:   NCC-AMOUNT OF LAND EXPROPRIATED 1962-1983
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Roméo LeBlanc (Minister of Public Works; Minister responsible for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation)

Liberal

Hon. Romeo LeBlanc (Minister of Public Works):

Fiscal year (a) 1962-63

(b) 1963-64

(c) 1964-65

Acres of Land Expropriated

460.00

157.80

127.88

General Areas of Projects Planned

LeBreton Flats Bridgehead Quebec Sussex Drive Misc. Ottawa Sites Hurdman Road Quebec Gatineau Park Philemon Wright Parkway

Misc. Ottawa Sites Confederation Square Philemon Wright Parkway

Colonel By Drive Deschenes Britannia Misc. Hull Sites Gatineau Park Confederation Square LeBreton Flats

Fiscal year Cost

(a) 1962-63 52,045,228.91(b) 1963-64 57,042,829.50(c) 1964-65 57,044,382.61(d) 1965-66 54,624,529.99

areas on a project-by-project basis and their current status regarding completion is not readily available. The cost in time and effort required to trace and gather specific data for each expropriated parcel of land under (1) would be prohibitive.

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Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Sub-subtopic:   NCC-AMOUNT OF LAND EXPROPRIATED 1962-1983
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Mr. Howie

Progressive Conservative

1. How many persons engaged in public relations, media relations or publicity are employed by the Department of National Defence?

April 16, 1984

2. How many Canadian Armed Forces personnel have public relations, media relations, publicity or editorial functions as their primary duty?

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Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Sub-subtopic:   DND-PERSONS ENGAGED IN PUBLIC RELATIONS
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Stanley Hudecki (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of National Defence)

Liberal

Mr. Stanley Hudecki (Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of National Defence):

1 and 2. Seventy persons, of which 59 are members of the Canadian Armed Forces.

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Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Sub-subtopic:   DND-PERSONS ENGAGED IN PUBLIC RELATIONS
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Mr. Howie

Progressive Conservative

1. In the current fiscal year how many persons are employed in the office of the President of the Privy Council and what is the total estimated cost of salaries?

2. For each of the two preceding Fiscal years what amount was spent for salaries?

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Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Sub-subtopic:   OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE PRIVY COUNCIL
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LIB

John Leslie Evans (Parliamentary Secretary to the President of the Privy Council)

Liberal

Mr. John Evans (Parliamentary Secretary to President of the Privy Council):

1. Twenty-nine persons, $725,000

(forecast).

2. 1982-83-$664,642-$664,642 (27 persons); 1981-82- $618,020 (26 persons).

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Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Sub-subtopic:   OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE PRIVY COUNCIL
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PC

Mr. Howie

Progressive Conservative

Since April 1, 1983, did the government pay any amount to the Canadian Film Development Corporation and, if so, what amount?

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Sub-subtopic:   CANADIAN FILM DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
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LIB

Francis Fox (Minister of Communications)

Liberal

Hon. Francis Fox (Minister of Communications):

I am

advised by the Canadian Film Development Corporation as follows: The parliamentary vote 83/84 for the Corporation amounts to $4,764,000. Following the Broadcast Policy, the Corporation received $34,000,000 voted in July, 1983.

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Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Sub-subtopic:   CANADIAN FILM DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
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Mr. Hnatyshyn (Official Opposition House Leader; Progressive Conservative Party House Leader)

Progressive Conservative

1. To the knowledge of the Government, how many Canadian athletes participated in the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia?

2. Did the Government incur any cost to (a) fund the athletes while in Sarajevo (b) transport the athletes to and from Sarajevo and, if so, in each case, what amount?

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Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Sub-subtopic:   WINTER OLYMPICS, SARAJEVO, YUGOSLAVIA
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LIB

Joseph Mario Jacques Olivier (Minister of State (Fitness and Amateur Sport))

Liberal

Hon. Jacques Olivier (Minister of State (Fitness and Amateur Sport)):

1. The Canadian Olympic Team for the 1984 Olympic Winter Games in Sarajevo was composed of 76 athletes who represented Canada in eight of the ten sports on the Olympic program.

2. The federal Government contributed approximately one-half of the costs of transportation and accommodation associated with the Olympic Team's travel to Sarajevo and stay in the Olympic Village during the Games.

This amount was contributed to the Canadian Olympic Association as part of the agreed upon formula for government support for Olympic Teams. The COA has responsibility for the Olympic Team during the actual Games (including transport to and from Canada), while the federal Government shares with each of the national sport governing bodies the responsibility for the training and preparation of Canada's international athletes.

Supply

The cost to the federal Government of the transport and accommodation for the Sarajevo team was $250,000 approximately, while a further $6 million was contributed by the federal Government to the national sport governing bodies during 1983-84 for program costs associated with the preparation of the athletes for the Winter Olympics.

Topic:   ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Sub-subtopic:   WINTER OLYMPICS, SARAJEVO, YUGOSLAVIA
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April 16, 1984