I have been disturbed about what I consider to be the large number of young men who have been killed during training and within a year after their training was completed. I had an answer recently about this indicating that 31 members of the R.C.A.F. and 22 NATO students had been killed in training during the past five years, and that during the same period 59 members of the R.C.A.F. had been killed within a year of graduation. What steps are being taken to decrease these accidents; and does the minister consider that these pilot trainees are getting the proper training when so many are killed within a year of graduation?
Subtopic: SUGGESTED POLICY FOR STABILIZATION OF INDUSTRY