1. The civil service commission or the minister depending on the nature of employment.
2. Yes, fourteen days from October 22nd to November 7, 1936, on telephone work and 193 hours during summer fighting fires.
3. Not known.
4. Park superintendent reports he is not aware that any ex-service men resident in Emma Lake district denied employment. Five men from Emma Lake district employed last season, of which one was ex-service man.
5. Superintendent and park engineer pass on qualifications of men employed.
Subtopic: PRINCE ALBERT NATIONAL PARK-APPOINTMENTS