1. How many unemployed were admitted to the unemployed relief camp at Saint-John's, from November 1, 1933, to March 1, 1935?
2. How many were dismissed from such camp?
3. In each case, who recommended such unemployed ?
4. Were some of them employed on construction work on the grounds of the Saint-John's barracks?
5. Was the wage paid in excess of 20 cents per day?
6. If so, what are the names of the persons so employed, their occupation and their hourly rate of pay?
7. After the completion of such works, did they return to the camp as unemployed at 20 cents per day?
st. John's, que., militaby school
Topic: QUESTIONS PASSED AS ORDERS FOR RETURNS
Subtopic: CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS-FINANCIAL STATISTICS