December 20, 1957 (23rd Parliament, 1st Session)

SC

Ray Thomas

Social Credit

Mr. Thomas (Middlesex Wesi):

And at an
opportune time enact legislation which will serve the purposes intended to be served by the bill now before the house. The opposition members who are sponsoring this bill have done a great deal of promotion in the way of legislation for the working people. I would point out that they are not the only ones who have promoted legislation of this kind. I would point out that the record of the present administration in bringing forward legislation to help the working people, and to help the farmers of this country, is not to be surpassed by any government which has been in power in this country since 1867. With that, Mr. Speaker, I will conclude.

Topic:   INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
Subtopic:   PROVISION OP ANNUAL VACATIONS WITH PAY FOR EMPLOYEES
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