March 14, 1938 (18th Parliament, 3rd Session)

LIB

Mr. MICHAUD: (Minister of Fisheries)

Liberal

1. Contributions to provincial funds from which aid was given by the provinces concerned in establishing or better establishing fishermen and groups of fishermen in the industry:
Prince
Loans Nova Scotia Edward Island New Brunswick
January, 1937
$ 8,512 75 $ 3,186 54 ....February....'
9,573 93 672 50 ....March
1,307 19 3,672 50 ....April
22,799 72 3,502 37 818,180 49May
6,282 87 .... ....June .... ____July
10,784 09 .... ....August
16,477 61 10,125 41 ....September
3.266 94 ___ __________October
3,484 73 3,007 37 ....November
6,872 80 11,532 50 ....December
7,430 36 6,707 63 ____896,792 99 842,406 82 818,180 49
Note:-No information as to districts.
2. Statement of fishing bounty payments made in the maritime provinces for 1936-37:
Province and county Total amount
Nova Scotia-
Annapolis 8 1,458 00
Antigonish
2,052 10Cape Breton
7,288 70Cumberland
13 40Digby
4,201 80Guysboro
7,011 60Halifax
9,426 90Inverness
3,556 50Province and county Total amount
Nova Scotia-Concluded
Kings
713 70Lunenburg
16,468 10Pictou
271 10Queens
2,793 80Richmond
4,047 30Shelburne
11,060 40Victoria
3,507 90Yarmouth
3,477 80
8 77,349 10
Questions

2. Statement of fishing bounty payments made in the maritime provinces for 1936-37: -Concluded
New Brunswick-
Charlotte
2,002 20Gloucester
15,215 65Kent
2,813 00Northumberland
325 60Restigouche
44 90Saint John
106 90

Prince Edward Island-
Kings
1,567 50Prince
8,360 00Queens
3,567 45

Grand total $111,352 30
Note: Pishing bounty claims for one year are paid as early in the following one as it is feasible to deal with all such claims. Payments are usually made not later than the month of March.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   ASSISTANCE TO FISHERMEN OF MARITIME PROVINCES
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