Richard Clive COOPER

COOPER, Lt. Col. Richard Clive

Personal Data

Party
Unionist
Constituency
Vancouver South (British Columbia)
Birth Date
December 31, 1881
Deceased Date
March 10, 1940
Website
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Clive_Cooper
PARLINFO
http://www.parl.gc.ca/parlinfo/Files/Parliamentarian.aspx?Item=3eb5c3bf-5293-4167-a8dc-79527bb53cca&Language=E&Section=ALL
Profession
accountant

Parliamentary Career

December 17, 1917 - October 4, 1921
UNION
  Vancouver South (British Columbia)

Most Recent Speeches (Page 8 of 10)


May 23, 1919

Mr. COOPER:

Have pensions been paid on lodging, fuel and light allowance?

Major-General MEWBURN: Theire is, in the Permanent Force, a lodging and fuel allowance for married men. The difficulty we are under to-day in reference to the Permanent Force is that we have not sufficient barrack accommodation for them.

Topic:   MILIDIA PENSION ACT AMENDMENT.
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May 22, 1919

1. What is the policy of the Civil Service Commission regarding the employment of (a) Married women whose husbands are living; and Ob) Daughters of people who are well able to support them?

2. Is it the intention of the Civil Service Commission to dispense with the large number of Civil Servants who are now employed throughout the Dominion and replace them by women who have to earn their livelihood of necessity?

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   WOMEN IN CIVIL SERVICE.
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April 1, 1919

Mr. COOPER:

I was not in the House when the minister spoke about naturalization but it has been brought to my attention that there are a large number of men who served in the Canadian forces but who have not lived in Canada for the prescribed number of years to entitle them to take out naturalization papers. Is it the intention of the Government to help them in any way by reason of their services to the country overseas?

Topic:   SUPPLY'.
Subtopic:   IMPERIAL WAR CABINET AND IMPERIAL WAR CONFERENCE-STATEMENT BY HON. MR. ROWELL.
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March 27, 1919

Mr. COOPER:

This money was voted in connection with attendance at sittings of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council. The Solicitor General says that Sir Charles Fitzpatrick may have used it for certain other expenses, but he does not say that it was expended for work in connection with the Judicial Committee.

Topic:   26, 19X9
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March 27, 1919

Mr. R. H. COOPER (Vancouver South):

Will the Solicitor General definitely state that this money was voted for work done by Sir Charles Fitzpatrick?

Topic:   26, 19X9
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