Sir GEORGE PERLEY (Argenteuil):
connection with the working out of the Superannuation Act of 1924 my attention has been called to the position in which two deserving classes now find themselves, as I believe they are not legally entitled to receive anything under the wording of that act. I refer to the widows and minor children of former civil servants who died before the act of 1924 came into force, and also the wives and minor children of former civil servants still living who were superannuated before that date. Is the government taking steps to give these cases consideration?
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