August 6, 1940 (19th Parliament, 1st Session)

NAT

Karl Kenneth Homuth

National Government

Mr. HOMUTH:

Our constituents send
applications to us while the house is in session. In view of our proximity to the department we are able to obtain prompt service. When we go home, however, there may be some question as to what would be the most convenient method of procedure. Undoubtedly the people in the constituencies will continue to make applications through local members. The question arises as to whether it would be better to send those applications to Ottawa or to the nearest passport office.

Topic:   PRISONERS OF WAR
Subtopic:   DEPARTMENT OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS
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