Julien-Édouard-Alfred DUBUC

DUBUC, Julien-Édouard-Alfred

Personal Data

Party
Liberal
Constituency
Chicoutimi (Quebec)
Birth Date
January 21, 1871
Deceased Date
October 27, 1947
Website
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfred_Dubuc
PARLINFO
http://www.parl.gc.ca/parlinfo/Files/Parliamentarian.aspx?Item=2cb62e8c-ec6c-4ba0-9a05-d3ea855236b5&Language=E&Section=ALL
Profession
bank manager, director, manufacturer

Parliamentary Career

October 29, 1925 - July 2, 1926
IND
  Chicoutimi (Quebec)
September 14, 1926 - May 30, 1930
IND
  Chicoutimi (Quebec)
July 28, 1930 - August 14, 1935
LIB
  Chicoutimi (Quebec)
October 14, 1935 - January 25, 1940
LIB
  Chicoutimi (Quebec)
March 26, 1940 - April 16, 1945
LIB
  Chicoutimi (Quebec)

Most Recent Speeches (Page 2 of 6)


June 14, 1935

Mr. DUBUC (Translation):

I was paired with the hon. member for Chateauguay-Hunt-ingdon (Mr. Moore). Had I voted, I would have voted against the motion.

Mr. GUTHRIE moved the first reading of Bill No. 105, to amend the Dominion Elections Act, 1934.

(The list of pairs is furnished by the chief whips.)

Messrs:

Baker Bertrand

Anderson Mulock

(Toronto-High Park)

Anderson (Halton) Factor

Barber Totzke

Baribeau Beaubien

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Dominion Elections Act

Bell (Hamilton)

Bell (St. Antoine)

Beynon

Bourgeois

Boyes

Burns

Casselman

Charters

Cowan

Dorion

Duguay

Edwards

Fortin

Garland (Carleton)

Geary

Gordon

Gott

Hanson

(York-S anbury) Harris Johnston Jones

Kennedy (Winnipeg) Lafleche Larue Laurin Lawson MacDonald (Cape Breton) McMillan (Saskatoon) MacNicol MoDade McGibbon M anion Matthews

Moore (Chateauguay-Humtingdon) Murphy

Periey, Sir George

Pettit

Pickel

Rhodes

Ross

Rowe

Ryerson

Senn

Simpson (Algorna)

Smoke

Stevens

Stewart (Leeds)

Stinson

Tuimimon

White (London)

Spotton

Spence

Ganong

Wilson

Mercier (St. Henri)

Raymond

Euler

Desiauriers

Mills

Butcher

Howard

Blair

Illsley

Verville

Duimaine

Elliott

Fafard

Goulet

Mercier (Laurier-Ouitremont)

Fiset, Sir Eugene

Rutherford

Veniot

Jacobs

Donnelly

MacLean

McIntosh

Girouard

Thauvette

Fontaine

Gray

Urquhart

Mackenzie (Vancouver)

Rennie

Dupuis

Power

Chevrier

Moore (Ontario)

Dufouie

Stewart (Edmonton)

Marcil

Bouchard

Boucher

Ralston

Roberge

Lacroix

Taylor

Sanderson

Casgrain

Pouliot

Malcolm

McKinnon

Hall

St-Pere

Gershaw

MacMillan (Mackenzie) Fraser Michaud V alliance

(Mackenzie): I was

Mr. M a c MILL A N paired with the hon. member for North Huron (Mr. Spotton). Had I voted, I would have voted against the motion.

Topic:   DOMINION ELECTIONS ACT
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June 14, 1935

Mr. DUBUC (Translation):

I was paired with the hon. member for Chateauguay-Hunt-ingdon (Mr. Moore). Had I voted, I would have voted against the first reading of this bill.

Topic:   DOMINION ELECTIONS ACT
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June 27, 1934

Mr. DUBUC (Translation):

I was paired with the 'hon. member for Halifax (Mr. Black). Had I voted I would have voted against the Speaker's ruling.

Topic:   BANK OF CANADA
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June 22, 1934

Mr. DUBUC:

I was paired with the hon. member for Halifax. Had I voted, I would have voted for the amendment.

Civil Service Committee Report

Topic:   BANK OF CANADA ACT
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June 21, 1934

Mr. DUBUC:

In supporting this motion

I shall add but one word, directing the attention of the committee to the important fact that the economic control of the country means unquestionably the political control. Canadians certainly can buy the experience that it has been said in the committee that possibly none of us possess. The board of directors of all our banks, which have had the success mentioned here to-day, have found general managers and men to administer those banks who had experience which the directors did not have. Surely this central bank, which is to be the foundation of the entire fabric of our economic life, should be controlled nationally and not privately. The management is to be in the hands of the committee of three; the board of directors will only give them advice. If those three gentlemen, or two of them, are from another country, surely the danger is great. Canadians should always preserve autonomy in and keep control of our economic affairs, because to fail to do so would also mean the abandonment and loss of our political autonomy. Mr. Chairman, this is a very important fact to which I invite the attention of this parliament and of the public of Canada.

Topic:   BANK OF CANADA ACT
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