April 23, 1918 (13th Parliament, 1st Session)

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James Halliday

Mr. HALLIDAY:

I would suggest to the minister that he make use of the Post Offices already established throughout the Dominion. A large board can be posted up in an office which will give the information. If a man wants to employ so many men, he goes into the office and buys a five-eent stamp for each man he requires, and his name is posted up, showing that he requires these men. If I require a position, I buy a five-cent postage stamp, and my name is posted up, to show that I require a position. We could have employment offices all over the Dominion, if we adopted such a system. [DOT]

Topic:   ORGANIZATION AND CO-ORDINATION OF EMPLOYMENT OFFICES.
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