May 6, 1946 (20th Parliament, 2nd Session)

LIB

James Angus MacKinnon (Minister of Trade and Commerce)

Liberal

Mr. MacKINNON:

Number of permanent and temporary employees in the civil service.1
Temporary Permanent
(a) (b)
1. September 1, 1939 15,608 31,3632. September 1, 1940 25,987 31,3363. September 1, 1941 42,459 30,6644. September 1, 1942 61,288 29,8585. September 1, 1943 79,691 28,9466. September 1, 1944 83,492 30,3057. September 1, 1945 85,759 30,3998. January 1, 19462 106,717s 31,0399. February 1, 19462 85,360 31,00210. March 1, 1946 Information not available11. April 1, 1946 Information not available12. May 1, 1946 Information not available
lit is to be noted that the following include only those persons who are classified as "permanent" or "temporary" employees according to the civil service regulations and therefore employees whose work is of a casual nature, described at "non-enumerated classes" are not included.
2Unre vised.
includes over 20,000 employees taken on for the Christmas rush in the Post Office department.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   PERMANENT AND TEMPORARY GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
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