Charles A. STEWART

STEWART, The Hon. Charles A., P.C.

Parliamentary Career

February 28, 1922 - September 5, 1925
LIB
  Argenteuil (Quebec)
  • Superintendent-General of Indian Affairs (December 29, 1921 - June 28, 1926)
  • Minister of the Interior (December 29, 1921 - June 28, 1926)
  • Minister of Mines (December 29, 1921 - June 28, 1926)
  • Minister of Immigration and Colonization (February 20, 1922 - August 16, 1923)
October 29, 1925 - July 2, 1926
LIB
  Edmonton West (Alberta)
  • Superintendent-General of Indian Affairs (December 29, 1921 - June 28, 1926)
  • Minister of the Interior (December 29, 1921 - June 28, 1926)
  • Minister of Mines (December 29, 1921 - June 28, 1926)
  • Minister of Immigration and Colonization (November 13, 1925 - June 28, 1926)
September 14, 1926 - May 30, 1930
LIB
  Edmonton West (Alberta)
  • Minister of the Interior (September 25, 1926 - August 6, 1930)
  • Minister of Mines (September 25, 1926 - August 6, 1930)
  • Superintendent-General of Indian Affairs (September 25, 1926 - June 18, 1930)
  • Minister of Immigration and Colonization (December 30, 1929 - June 26, 1930)
November 2, 1926 - May 30, 1930
LIB
  Edmonton West (Alberta)
  • Minister of the Interior (September 25, 1926 - August 6, 1930)
  • Minister of Mines (September 25, 1926 - August 6, 1930)
  • Superintendent-General of Indian Affairs (September 25, 1926 - June 18, 1930)
  • Minister of Immigration and Colonization (December 30, 1929 - June 26, 1930)
July 28, 1930 - August 14, 1935
LIB
  Edmonton West (Alberta)
  • Minister of the Interior (September 25, 1926 - August 6, 1930)
  • Minister of Mines (September 25, 1926 - August 6, 1930)

Most Recent Speeches (Page 2 of 2203)


May 23, 1950

Mr. Siewari (Yorkion):

You have been ruled out of order twice.

Topic:   INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
Subtopic:   AMENDMENT OF CHAPTER 54, STATUTES OF 194748 ENFORCEMENT REGULATIONS
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May 23, 1950

Mr. Siewart (Yorklon):

That is not a point of order, as the hon. member for Winnipeg North Centre (Mr. Knowles), who flatters himself on his knowledge of the rules, well knows. The article in question was contained in an Ottawa paper and the statements I have read are quotations from your own leader.

Topic:   INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
Subtopic:   AMENDMENT OF CHAPTER 54, STATUTES OF 194748 ENFORCEMENT REGULATIONS
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May 23, 1950

Mr. Siewari (Yorkion):

Are you on the

point of order still?

Topic:   INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
Subtopic:   AMENDMENT OF CHAPTER 54, STATUTES OF 194748 ENFORCEMENT REGULATIONS
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May 23, 1950

Mr. Siewari (Yorklon):

As to the proposed amendment to the bill I should like to quote from an Ottawa dispatch of March 8 relating to the C.C.F.

Topic:   INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
Subtopic:   AMENDMENT OF CHAPTER 54, STATUTES OF 194748 ENFORCEMENT REGULATIONS
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May 23, 1950

Mr. Siewari (Yorkion):

Will you be quiet and keep order. I continue:

"They simply recognize us as the political arm of labour and we recognize them in the same way as we do the Trades and Labour Congress and the Catholic Labour syndicates. Whatever they do in the war of propaganda and educational campaigns as a political action committee will surely benefit us in the next general election campaign," Coldwell added.

The whole purpose of the amendment is not to benefit labour. It is a part of the next general election campaign of the C.C.F. to try to show labour, as the hon. member for Cape Breton South well knows, that they have been trying to do something that labour never asked for. I am opposed to any such change as that in the bill now before us.

Topic:   INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
Subtopic:   AMENDMENT OF CHAPTER 54, STATUTES OF 194748 ENFORCEMENT REGULATIONS
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