March 29, 1944 (19th Parliament, 5th Session)

LIB

Mr. REID:

Liberal

1. When a conscientious objector is directed to employment in agriculture, (a) how much is the employer required to pay for his services;
(b) what does the conscientious objector receive; (c) what is done with the balance of his earnings?
1941 1942 1943Cwt. Value Cwt. Value Cwt. Value100 $ 3,983 S .... 70,892 $2,940,098 14 655 48 2,805 ....90 4,969 263 12,7717 349 45 2,184109 5,521 184 9,476564 18,478 35 1,074 2,982 88,642 1,530 51,592 3,016 116,15640 1,414 949 25,192 816 24,009 382 15,53946 1,562 14 676 2,225 58,015916 31,070 914 38,800 5,887 232,6331,204 43,800 316 12,828 617 21,1576,903 242,729 10,641 384,110 9,510 367,7551 45 2 110 77 2,851 289 10,321 65 2,786.... 24 1,384 718 22,050 885 29,929 998 41,1545 238 2 94 1 32 ....2 98 274 9,974 200 7,920 28 996 38 1,487 39 1,590 2 "762 '79 2 88
14,818 $493,525 16,009 $580,019 94,086 $3,819,800
2. When a conscientious objector is directed to employment in industry, (a) how much is the employer required to pay for his services; (b) what does the conscientious objector receive; (c) what is done with the balance of his earnings?
3. What is the total amount that has _ been paid by employers of conscientious objector labour to the chartered banks for the credit of the Canadian Red Cross society up to and including February 29, 1944?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   $641,902.58. CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS
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