Owen C. TRAINOR

TRAINOR, Owen C., M.C, C.M.

Personal Data

Party
Progressive Conservative
Constituency
Winnipeg South (Manitoba)
Birth Date
October 16, 1894
Deceased Date
November 28, 1956
Website
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Owen_Trainor
PARLINFO
http://www.parl.gc.ca/parlinfo/Files/Parliamentarian.aspx?Item=687b21f6-290a-4780-ab34-629745fe08fe&Language=E&Section=ALL
Profession
physician

Parliamentary Career

August 10, 1953 - November 28, 1956
PC
  Winnipeg South (Manitoba)

Most Recent Speeches (Page 7 of 78)


May 23, 1956

Mr. O. C. Trainor (Winnipeg South):

May I

thank hon. members for their recognition and also for the kind expressions of sympathy during my recent illness. I should like to ask the Minister of Public Works why greater use has not been made of building stone in the exterior walls of the new Winnipeg post office.

Topic:   PUBLIC BUILDINGS
Subtopic:   WINNIPEG POST OFFICE
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May 23, 1956

Mr. Trainor:

I do not entirely agree with the minister in that respect. As a matter of

Inquiries of the Ministry fact, I passed this building quite recently, and it conveys the impression of a rather imposing warehouse. The exterior walls are built of brick, and the minister no doubt is aware that within 25 miles of the city of Winnipeg, in the constituency of my hon. friend from Springfield, is a supply of the most beautiful building stone in the world. If any members are in doubt about that, they have only to step out into the corridor-

Topic:   PUBLIC BUILDINGS
Subtopic:   WINNIPEG POST OFFICE
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May 22, 1956

Mr. Trainor:

Let us get to the pipe line.

Topic:   NORTHERN ONTARIO PIPE LINE CORPORATION
Subtopic:   CONSTITUTION OF CROWN COMPANY TO CONSTRUCT PIPE LINE, MAKE SHORTTERM LOANS, ETC.
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May 22, 1956

Mr. Trainor:

Put the books away and stop quoting.

Topic:   NORTHERN ONTARIO PIPE LINE CORPORATION
Subtopic:   CONSTITUTION OF CROWN COMPANY TO CONSTRUCT PIPE LINE, MAKE SHORTTERM LOANS, ETC.
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April 11, 1956

1. What share of the cost of existing bridges over the Red and Assiniboine rivers in the greater *Winnipeg area between Headingley and Selkirk, was borne by the federal government?

2. When were these bridges built?

Answer by: Mr. Winters:

1 and 2. St. Andrews lock and dam bridge at Lockport, Man., was built between 19081914, at a cost of $550,184.87. Total cost borne by the federal government. Selkirk bridge was built between 1935-38, at a cost of $283,008.07. Total cost borne by the federal government.

Topic:   STARRED QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   BRIDGES, GREATER WINNIPEG-FEDERAL CONTRIBUTION
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