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

UNION

John Gillanders Turriff

Unionist

Mr. TURRIFF:

If the smelter company, which is a very wealthy concern, owned chiefly by the Canadian Pacific, could sell its product at forty cents a pound and it is getting a bounty of only two cents and is selling its zinc -at fifteen cents per pound, why should it close down its smelter!1

Topic:   THE ZINC BOUNTIES ACT, 1916.
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