November 23, 1945 (20th Parliament, 1st Session)

PC

Grote Stirling

Progressive Conservative

Mr. STIRLING:

The minister has been referring, both last evening and this evening, to the renegotiation of contracts, and I wish he would elaborate on that a little. The contracts let by the Department of Munitions and Supply have to a large extent come to an
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end, as he has said himself. In what sense are contracts being renegotiated at this stage? I can understand the liquidation of contracts owing to production cut-off, but what is the purpose of renegotiating those that are still on hand?

Topic:   RECONSTRUCTION AND SUPPLY
Subtopic:   ESTABLISHMENT OF DEPARTMENT TO ASSUME FUNCTIONS OF RECONSTRUCTION AND MUNITIONS AND SUPPLY
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