March 2, 1944 (19th Parliament, 5th Session)

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Mr. FRASER (Peterborough West):

National Government

1. What are the names and addresses of the 14 major steel yards, as mentioned in Votes and Proceedings, Wednesday, 2Gth January, 1944, page 776, building ships, in Canada?
2. What are the names and addresses of the five smaller steel yards, as mentioned in Votes and Proceedings, Wednesday, 26th January, 1944, page 776, building ships in Canada?
3. What are the names and addresses of the 62 shipyards building wooden ships in Canada, as mentioned in Votes and Proceedings, Wednesday, 26th January, 1944, page 776?

Questions

4. What are the names and addresses of the outfitting yards, as mentioned in Votes and Proceedings, Wednesday, 26th January, 1944, page 776?
5. How many of these companies are government owned?
6. If privately owned, what are the names of the companies, and * what are the names of the directorates of each company?
7. Does it cost more to build a ship of the 10,350-ton class in a government-owned plant than in a privately-owned plant?
8. Does it cost more to build a ship of the 4,700-ton class in a government-owned shipbuilding plant than in a privately-owned plant?
9. What is the differential in total cost (including extras) between ships constructed in government-owned yards or plants and in privately-owned yards or plants for ships, (a) of 10,350-ton class; (b) of 4,700-ton class?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   SHIPBUILDING-COSTS IN GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATELY-OWNED PLANTS
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