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

L LIB

Emmanuel Berchmans Devlin

Laurier Liberal

Mr. DEVLIN:

I find by the interpretation clause that an employment office means an employment office operated by any provincial government, and by section 5 the manner in which the moneys are to be paid out is stipulated. I presume that

this money will be paid out solely to the provincial government to maintain any employment offices they may organize. The minister, in answering the hon. gentleman from Queens-Shelburne, said that he contemplated the organization of a central employment bureau in Ottawa. I take it that this Bill does not cover that point at all.

Topic:   ORGANIZATION AND CO-ORDINATION OF EMPLOYMENT OFFICES.
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