Henry Byron MCCULLOCH

MCCULLOCH, Henry Byron

Personal Data

Party
Liberal
Constituency
Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Birth Date
July 24, 1877
Deceased Date
May 5, 1962
Website
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Byron_McCulloch
PARLINFO
http://www.parl.gc.ca/parlinfo/Files/Parliamentarian.aspx?Item=4312a6c5-011e-4198-9408-038d3fc3eb0a&Language=E&Section=ALL
Profession
merchant

Parliamentary Career

October 14, 1935 - January 25, 1940
LIB
  Pictou (Nova Scotia)
March 26, 1940 - April 16, 1945
LIB
  Pictou (Nova Scotia)
June 11, 1945 - April 30, 1949
LIB
  Pictou (Nova Scotia)
June 27, 1949 - June 13, 1953
LIB
  Pictou (Nova Scotia)
August 10, 1953 - April 12, 1957
LIB
  Pictou (Nova Scotia)

Most Recent Speeches (Page 2 of 13)


June 27, 1956

1. Are new federal-provincial agreements required pursuant to the amended Trans-Canada Highway Act which received royal assent on June 7, 1956?

2. If so, with what provincial governments have agreements been concluded to date?

Mr. Bourgel, Parliamentary Assistant, for the Minister of Public Works: The answer to the first part of the question is yes; and as to the second part, agreements have been concluded with the provincial governments of Manitoba, New Brunswick, Saskatchewan, Prince Edward Island and Alberta. Nova Scotia has returned a signed agreement but with a revision in schedule "A", the detailed designation of the route of the trans-Canada highway in the province. British Columbia has submitted only a revised schedule "A". Before agreements can be signed with these provinces, further clarification of the schedules "A" is required.

Topic:   STARRED QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   TRANS-CANADA HIGHWAY ACT FEDERAL- PROVINCIAL AGREEMENTS
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May 15, 1956

1. How many buildings are under construction or have been completed by the Department of Public Works in Nova Scotia to date in 1956?

2. Where are they located and for what purpose are they intended?

Answer by: Mr. Bourgel, Parliamentary

Assistant, for the Minister of Public Works:

1. Buildings under construction, 10. Buildings completed, 3.

2. Buildings under construction:

Baddeck, N.S.-Federal building

Accommodation for: Post Office Department; Department of National Revenue, customs division; Department of Fisheries.

Halifax, N.S.-Ralston office building

Accommodation for: Department of National Revenue, customs division, income tax division; Department of Labour; Department of Trade and Commerce; Department of Agriculture; bureau of statistics.

Liverpool, N.S.-Federal building Accommodation for: Post Office Department; Department of National Revenue, customs division; Department of Fisheries; unemployment insurance commission,

Middleton, N.S.-Additions and alterations to federal building *

Accommodation for: Post Office Department.Sydney, N.S.-Federal building Accommodation for: Post Office Department; Department of National Revenue, customs division; Department of National Revenue, income tax division; unemployment

insurance commission; Department of Transport; Department of National Health and Welfare; civil service commission; Department of Veterans Affairs; Department of Citizenship and Immigration; Department of Fisheries; federal government telegraph services.

Tatamagouche, N.S.-Federal building Accommodation for: Post Office Department.

Yarmouth, N.S.-Ferry terminal building Accommodation for customs and other administrative services in connection with ferry service between Yarmouth, N.S., and Bar Harbor, Maine, U.S.A.

Yarmouth, N.S.-Federal building Accommodation for; Post Office Department; Department of National Revenue, customs division; Department of Fisheries; unemployment insurance commission.

Halifax, N.S.-Dalhousie University Alterations to pilot plant for national research council laboratory.

Halifax, N.S.-Camp Hill hospital New prosthetic building for Department of Veterans Affairs.

Buildings completed during 1956:

Lunenburg, N.S.-Federal building

Accommodation for: Post Office Department; Department of Fisheries; unemployment insurance commission.

Pictou, N.S.-Federal building Accommodation for; Post Office Department; Department of National Revenue, customs division; Department of Fisheries; Department of Transport; Department of Trade and Commerce.

Sydney, N.S.-Royal Canadian Mounted Police Officers' living quarters.

Wednesday, May 16, 1956 NATIONAL DEFENCE

Topic:   PUBLIC WORKS-BUILDING CONSTRUCTION, N.S.
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May 15, 1956

1. How many buildings are under construction or have been completed by the Department of Public Works in Nova Scotia to date in 1956?

2. Where are they located and for what purpose are they intended?

Answer by: Mr. Bourgel, Parliamentary

Assistant, for the Minister of Public Works:

1. Buildings under construction, 10. Buildings completed, 3.

2. Buildings under construction:

Baddeck, N.S.-Federal building

Accommodation for: Post Office Department; Department of National Revenue, customs division; Department of Fisheries.

Halifax, N.S.-Ralston office building

Accommodation for: Department of National Revenue, customs division, income tax division; Department of Labour; Department of Trade and Commerce; Department of Agriculture; bureau of statistics.

Liverpool, N.S.-Federal building Accommodation for: Post Office Department; Department of National Revenue, customs division; Department of Fisheries; unemployment insurance commission,

Middleton, N.S.-Additions and alterations to federal building *

Accommodation for: Post Office Department.Sydney, N.S.-Federal building Accommodation for: Post Office Department; Department of National Revenue, customs division; Department of National Revenue, income tax division; unemployment

insurance commission; Department of Transport; Department of National Health and Welfare; civil service commission; Department of Veterans Affairs; Department of Citizenship and Immigration; Department of Fisheries; federal government telegraph services.

Tatamagouche, N.S.-Federal building Accommodation for: Post Office Department.

Yarmouth, N.S.-Ferry terminal building Accommodation for customs and other administrative services in connection with ferry service between Yarmouth, N.S., and Bar Harbor, Maine, U.S.A.

Yarmouth, N.S.-Federal building Accommodation for; Post Office Department; Department of National Revenue, customs division; Department of Fisheries; unemployment insurance commission.

Halifax, N.S.-Dalhousie University Alterations to pilot plant for national research council laboratory.

Halifax, N.S.-Camp Hill hospital New prosthetic building for Department of Veterans Affairs.

Buildings completed during 1956:

Lunenburg, N.S.-Federal building

Accommodation for: Post Office Department; Department of Fisheries; unemployment insurance commission.

Pictou, N.S.-Federal building Accommodation for; Post Office Department; Department of National Revenue, customs division; Department of Fisheries; Department of Transport; Department of Trade and Commerce.

Sydney, N.S.-Royal Canadian Mounted Police Officers' living quarters.

Wednesday, May 16, 1956 NATIONAL DEFENCE

Topic:   PUBLIC WORKS-BUILDING CONSTRUCTION, N.S.
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May 4, 1956

Mr. H. B. McCulloch (for Mr. Henderson) moved

the second reading of Bill No. 257, for the relief of Islay Isobel Campbell Jones.

On motion of Mr. Regier the debate was adjourned.

Topic:   ISLAY ISOBEL CAMPBELL JONES
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April 20, 1956

Mr. H. B. McCulloch (Pictou):

May I ask

the unanimous consent of the house to revert to routine proceedings?

Topic:   QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED ON ORDERS OF THE DAY
Subtopic:   COMMITTEES OF THE HOUSE
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