March 13, 1944 (19th Parliament, 5th Session)

LIB

Mr. MacKINNON (Edmonton West): (Minister of Trade and Commerce)

Liberal

1. All flax of the 1942 crop was marketed through the Canadian Wheat Board. Deliveries by producers, by grades, were as follows:
Western Division Basis Fort William/Port Arthur
Grade Bushels Price per bushelNo. 1 C.W. Flax 8,811,253-39 $2 25No. 2 C.W. Flax 1,419,844-08 2 21No. 3 C.W. Flax 425,834-36 2 10No. 4 C.W. Flax 56,694-51 2 05Tf. 1 C.W. Flax 294,394-26 2 17Tf. 2 C.W. Flax 124,416-30 2 13Tf. 3 C.W. Flax 42,057-18 2 02Tf. 4 C.W. Flax 3,482-20 1 97Damp 1 C.W. Flax 2,869-43 2 11Damp 2 C.W. Flax 2,66S-17 2 07Damp 3 C.W. Flax 3,475-35 1 96Damp 4 C.W. Flax 622-05 1 91Sample Heated 1,797-48 1 85Tf. Sample Heated 673-47 1 SOTf. Sample Heated and Heating 525-24 1 75Tf. Heating 3 C.W. Flax 1,18S-51 1 90Tf. Heating 4 C.W. Flax 70-22 1 85Damp Sample Heated and Heating 35-09 1 70Damp Sample Heated. 62-28 1 75Sample Lady's Thumb. 5,980-13 1 90Sample False Flax 31-00 1 90Damp Sample Lady's Thumb 26-35 1 SOFlax-broken grain 436-08 1 75Sample Flax Mild 20-00 1 80Tf. Heated 3 C.W. Flax 20-46 1 9011,198,482-43
Eastern Division Basis Montreal
Grade Bushels Price per bushelNo. 1 C.E. Flax 33,600-32 $2 25No. 2 C.E. Flax 20,480-24 2 21No. 3 C.E. Flax 23,299-23 2 10No. 4 C.E. Flax 6,053-22 2 05Tf. 1 C.E. Flax 5,796-44 2 17Tf. 2 C.E. Flax 10,037-29 2 13Tf. 3 C.E. Flax 5,132-11 2 02Tf. 4 C.E. Flax 12,033-12 1 97Damp 1 C.E. Flax 286-38 2 11Damp 2 C.E. Flax 207-24 2 07Damp 3 C.E. Flax 203-00 1 96Damp 4 C.E. Flax 931-47 1 91Sample C.E. Flax 2,142-53 1 85Tf. Sample C.E. Flax.. 240-04 1 77
120,445-27
2. Prices shown above basis Fort William/ Port Arthur, or Montreal.
3. Western Division
Sales to Canadian Crushers to January 31, 1944
Basis No. 1 C.W. Flax $1.64
Grade Bushels PriceNo. 1 C.W. Flax 3,987,569-25 $1 64No. 2 C.W. Flax 67,502-04 1 60No. 3 C.W. Flax 31,259-29 1 49No. 4 C.W. Flax 974-44 1 44Tf. 1 C.W. Flax 9,845-42 1 56Tf. 2 C.W. Flax 11,116-12 1 52Tf. 3 C.W. Flax 218-24 1 41Tf. 4 C.W. Flax 227-19 1 36Damp 1 C.W. Flax 317-21 1 50Damp 2 C.W. Flax 155-55 1 46Damp 4 C.W. Flax 6-51 1 30Sample Heated 7,250-24 1 24Tf Sample Heated 6-00 1 19Tf. Heating 4 C.W. Flax 70-22 1 24Damp Sample Heated and Heating 35-09 1 09Sample Lady's Thumb. 1,937-14 1 29Damp Sample Lady's Thumb 26-35 1 19Damp Sample Heated.. 5-00 1 144,118,524-38
Questions

Eastern Division
Sales to Canadian Crushers to January 31, 1944
Grade
No. 1 C.E. Flax
No. 2 C.E. Flax
No. 3 C.E. Flax
No. 4 C.E. Flax
Tf. 1 C.E. Flax...
Tf. 2 C.E. Flax
Tf. 3 C.E. Flax..
Tf. 4 C.E. Flax
Damp 1 C.E. Flax....
Damp 2 C.E. Flax....
Damp 3 C.E. Flax....
Damp 4 C.E. Flax....
Sample CJE. Flax....
Tf. Sample C.E. Flax..
Basis No. 1 C.E. Flax $1.64
Bushels Price 33,600-32 $1 6420,480-24 1 6023,299-23 1 496,053-22 1 445,796-44 1 5610,037-29 1 525,132-11 1 4112,033-12 1 36286-38 1 50207-24 1 46203-00 1 35931-47 1 302,142-53 1 24240-04 1 16
120,445-27
4. Flax sold for export to the United States is ^confined to No. 1 C.W. Flax, of which 6,253,944-31 bushels were sold for export basis Fort William/Port Arthur in store values at an average price of S2-591934 per bushel.

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