June 9, 1938 (18th Parliament, 3rd Session)

LIB

Norman McLeod Rogers (Minister of Labour)

Liberal

Mr. ROGERS:

Quite.
(vii) works, undertakings or business of any company or corporation incorporated by or under the authority of the parliament of Canada;
(b) Any dispute which is not within the exclusive legislative authority of any provincial legislature to regulate in the manner provided by this act;
(c) Any dispute which the governor in council may by reason of any real or apprehended national emergency declare to be subject to the provisions of this act;
(d) Any dispute which is within the exclusive legislative jurisdiction of any province and which by the legislation of the province is made subject to the provisions of this act.
The last, I take it, is the particular clause that raises the point in the mind of the right hon. leader of the opposition. Obviously the Minister of Justice, would be in a better position to express an opinion on this point than I am.

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