Allen B. SULATYCKY

SULATYCKY, Allen B., B.A., LL.B.

Personal Data

Party
Liberal
Constituency
Rocky Mountain (Alberta)
Birth Date
June 13, 1938
Website
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allen_Sulatycky
PARLINFO
http://www.parl.gc.ca/parlinfo/Files/Parliamentarian.aspx?Item=79930a0e-5445-4e7b-9267-bbad0bb1bd54&Language=E&Section=ALL
Profession
barrister and solicitor, judge, lawyer

Parliamentary Career

June 25, 1968 - September 1, 1972
LIB
  Rocky Mountain (Alberta)
  • Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources (October 1, 1971 - February 2, 1972)
  • Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (February 3, 1972 - September 1, 1972)

Most Recent Speeches (Page 1 of 25)


July 4, 1972

Mr. Allen B. Sulatycky (Parliamentary Secretary to Minister oi Indian Affairs and Northern Development):

Mr. Speaker, I am sure the hon. member is aware of the many reforms made by the government during the last few years which have benefited all classes of Canadians. However, I should like to thank the hon. member for the comments that he has expressed tonight, and I assure him that I shall draw them to the attention of the Minister of Finance (Mr. Turner) and the department. I know the hon. member realizes that this is a matter of government policy and that these matters are customarily dealt with by the Minister of Finance during his budget address.

Topic:   PENSIONS-CANADA PENSION PLAN-CONTRIBUTIONS BY SELF-EMPLOYED-POSSIBILITY OF RELIEVING PROVISION
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July 4, 1972

Mr. Allen B. Sulatycky (Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development):

Mr. Speaker, in reply to the hon. member for Selkirk (Mr. Rowland) I can give the House the assurance that the regulations should be promulgated this summer. The draft regulations are well advanced. They have been considered by both the new territorial water boards, and their recommendations are being incorporated. Shortly, a draft will be ready for review and comment by the interdepartmental committee on water. Legal drafting by the Department of Justice is expected to get under way by early summer.

The timing of these events still conforms to our original schedule which called for promulgation of the regulations this summer. It should be noted that the primary function of the Northern Inland Waters Act is to license water use in the north. In doing so, of course, precautions against the threat of pollution from the water use can be stipulated by the licensing authority, which is the Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Mr. Chretien) acting on a recommendation from the appropriate territorial water board.

The water boards were created with proclamation of the act on February 28, 1972, and are functioning within the authority of the act at the present time. A public hearing before the Yukon water board in connection with the proposed Aisihihik power development has recently been held. We are confident that this mechanism is adequate to deal with water management problems on a short-term basis pending promulgation of the regulations this summer.

Topic:   POLLUTION-DATE OF PUBLICATION OF REGULATIONS UNDER NORTHERN INLAND WATERS ACT
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June 30, 1972

Mr. Allen B. Sulatycky (Rocky Mountain):

Mr. Speaker, I have a supplementary question for the Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources. Is the minister giving consideration to convening a meeting of industry and government officials in order to attempt to develop an eastern Canadian market for western Canadian coal and to assist the industry generally in long-term aims?

Topic:   DEVELOPMENT OF EASTERN CANADIAN MARKET FOR WESTERN COAL-MEETING BETWEEN INDUSTRY AND GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS
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June 30, 1972

Mr. Allen B. Sulatycky (Rocky Mountain):

Mr. Speaker, I have a question I should like to direct to the Minister of Industry, Trade and Commerce concerning the announced lay-off of two-thirds of the employees at Can-more Mines. Can the minister assure the House that his department will use its influence to ensure that the foreign markets of this company are maintained and that new markets are developed in conjunction with the government if his department is asked to assist in that way?

Topic:   REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE TO CANMORE MINES TO MAINTAIN AND DEVELOP MARKET IN VIEW OF EMPLOYEE LAY-OFFS
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June 30, 1972

Mr. Allen B. Sulatycky (Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development):

Mr. Speaker, there are at this date nine employees on the golf course at Prince Albert national park.

Last year there were also nine employees.

The third part of the question is not applicable.

In 1968, 1969 and 1970 eight employees were engaged as green keepers and maintenance staff.

This year, as I say, there are nine.

The department has not received any complaints regarding the condition of the golf course.

Lastly, because of the very hot, dry, unseasonable weather this spring and the lack of rainfall, the golf course is being watered considerably more than usual to assist in maintaining the course to its regular standard.

June 30, 1972

Topic:   QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER
Subtopic:   'PRINCE ALBERT NATIONAL PARK-GOLF COURSE
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