April 30, 1974 (29th Parliament, 2nd Session)

PC

Charles Humbert Thomas

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Thomas (Moncton):

Mr. Chairman, I wish to take this opportunity to ask the minister a question on clause 4. The clause concerns the conditions which are laid down and which must be met before an application can be considered. I am wondering about the status of studies already under way, for example, the study being conducted at Moncton and financed by the federal government and the province. Have those responsible for this study been advised of the conditions in clause 4? Is there any danger of this plan being submitted, and of the CTC saying: You have failed to meet the conditions of the act.

Topic:   GOVERNMENT ORDERS
Subtopic:   RAILWAY RELOCATION AND CROSSING ACT
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