The government of Canada did not appoint a butter advisory committee of Canada. However, in 1960 the government employed a public relations firm to conduct a butter promotional campaign. In the course of its work this firm named a butter advisory committee to assist them in an advisory capacity. This committee consisted of seven members.
The answer to part 2 is:
T. J. Wheeler, Toronto, Ontario, public relations counsellor.
Mrs. W. R. Walton, Jr., Toronto, Ontario, housewife.
Robert C. Smellie, Russell, Manitoba, retired creamery operator.
Dr. E. W. McHenry, Toronto, Ontario, professor of nutrition, school of hygiene, University of Toronto.
Frank E. Lutes, Berry Mills, N.B., dairy farmer.
J. B. Lemoine, Montreal, P.Q., president, L'Union Catholiques des Cultivateurs.
L. W. Pearsall, Ottawa, Ontario, assistant deputy minister, Department of Agriculture.
The answer to part 3 is that six meetings were held on the following dates: October
31, 1960; November 22, 1960; January 5, 1961; January 27, 1961; February 17, 1961; and March 23, 1961. The committee concluded its functions during May, 1961.
milk production, 1960-1961
Topic: * MARGARINE PRODUCTION, 1956-61