May 26, 1930 (16th Parliament, 4th Session)

LIB

Frederick George Sanderson

Liberal

Mr. SANDERSON:

What is the total amount of money paid or estimated to be paid from the federal treasury to the province of Canada, by provinces, during the fiscal year 1930-1931, on account of subsidies, special grants to the maritime provinces pending further consideration of provincial subsidies, highway construction, agricultural instruction, technical education, amortization of the debt against certain school buildings, construction of which was commenced prior to the expiration of the Technical Education Act, employment offices, unemployment relief, eradication of venereal diseases, war pensions and old age pensions?
Mr. MACKENZIE KING
Ontario .$ 5,536,537 61Quebec . 2,300,518 35Nova Scotia . 2,195,631 28New Brunswick . 1,713,348 22Prince Edward Island . 529,136 56Manitoba . 2,176,835 03British Columbia . 1,304,114 89Alberta . 2,164,939 21Saskatchewan . 2,760,167 80Total .$20,681,228 95
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Note: The above figures do not include the sum of $51,250,000 that is expected to be spent in the various provinces on soldiers' pensions, relief to unemployed pensioners and veterans' allowances during the fiscal year 1930-31.
cision as to actual cost of the movement has not yet been reported by the Board of Railway Commissioners, consequently an amount cannot at present be estimated.
(b) From Alberta:

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   SUBSIDIES AND GRANTS TO PROVINCES, FISCAL YEAR 1930-31
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