April 10, 1924 (14th Parliament, 3rd Session)

LIB

Hon. Mr. GRAHAM: (Minister of Railways and Canals)

Liberal

1. Atlantic Region: East of Riviere du
Loup and Monk, Que. (including Riviere du Loup Terminal) but not including Monk Terminal.)
Central Region: Comprising all lines and facilities between Riviere du Loup and Monk, Que., on the east, and Detroit, Port Huron, Current and Armstrong on the west (including Monk, Que., Terminal, and line to Portland, Me.)
Western Region: Comprising all lines and facilities west of Current and Armstrong (including Duluth, Winnipeg and Pacific Railway Company.)
2. Railway Operating Revenues and Expenses year ended December 31, 1923.
Atlantic Central WesternRegion Region Region
Railway Operating Revenues.$22,480,035 13 $127,900,113 91 $72,074,784 28 Railway Operating Expenses. 27,702,180 78 109,212,503 69 74,095,493 78
Month of January, 1924
Atlantic Central WesternRegion Region Region
Railway Operating
Revenues .. .. $1,555,833 85 $8,565,820 51 $5,865,070 64
Railway Operating
Expenses 1,958,199 20 7,971,687 52 6,024,863 91
Month of February, 1924
Atlantic Central WesternRegion Region Region
Railway Operating
Revenues .. .. $1,490,361 90 $9,141,719 90 $4,586,797 20
Railway Operating
Expenses 1,960,170 62 8,404,441 76 5,572,642 86
3. Grand Trunk Canadian Lines:
Railway Operating Revenues and Expenses for the year ended December 31st, 1923: Railway Operating Revenues.. $83,978,730.57 Railway Operating Expenses.. 67,112,470.32
Note.-The Railway Operating Revenues and Expenses of the Grand Trunk Canadian Lines, for the months of January and- February 1924 are not yet available.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS-DIVISIONS
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