Murdo William MARTIN

MARTIN, Murdo William

Personal Data

Party
New Democratic Party
Constituency
Timmins (Ontario)
Birth Date
May 24, 1917
Deceased Date
January 2, 1989
Website
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murdo_Martin
PARLINFO
http://www.parl.gc.ca/parlinfo/Files/Parliamentarian.aspx?Item=7d99e6fa-2ea6-461d-a602-f3c8c754041d&Language=E&Section=ALL
Profession
broker, fire fighter, gentleman

Parliamentary Career

June 10, 1957 - February 1, 1958
CCF
  Timmins (Ontario)
March 31, 1958 - April 19, 1962
CCF
  Timmins (Ontario)
August 3, 1961 - April 19, 1962
NDP
  Timmins (Ontario)
June 18, 1962 - February 6, 1963
NDP
  Timmins (Ontario)
April 8, 1963 - September 8, 1965
NDP
  Timmins (Ontario)
November 8, 1965 - April 23, 1968
NDP
  Timmins (Ontario)

Most Recent Speeches (Page 570 of 570)


March 9, 1949

Mr. Marlin:

Perhaps I might answer this question orally. The answer to the first part of the question is yes. The answer to the second part is; on February 21, 1949. As to the third part of the question, I cannot say what action will be taken by the provincial governments. So far as this government is concerned, the policy will be announced in due course.

Topic:   *OLD AGE PENSIONS
Subtopic:   RESOLUTION PASSED BY TIMMINS, ONT., MUNICIPALITIES
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March 9, 1949

1. See table below. The wide variation in estimated costs is due to the fact that they cover many different types of construction, ranging from simple conversion of existing buildings to construction from the ground up of the latest type of hospital complete with facilities for the treatment of all diseases.

2. See table below. In no case will the federal grant exceed $1,000 per active treatment bed project, or $1,500 per chronic or convalescent bed. The wide variation in the estimated federal grants shown in the attached table is explained as follows:

(a) Amounts less than $1,000 represent federal assistance toward active treatment bed projects which were under construction on April 1, 1948.

(b) Amounts of $1,000 represent federal assistance toward active treatment bed

projects which were not under construction on April 1, 1948.

(c) Amounts over $1,000 represent federal assistance toward chronic or convalescent bed projects which were under construction on April 1, 1948.

Average total cost, per additional bed and

average federal grant per additional bed

for hospitals listed in i Hansard ofFebruary 23, 1949, page 836 2.1. Approximate cost as estimated Estimatedby hospital federalHospital body grant*$ per bed $ per bedPrince Edward Island Beach Grove 1,205 344Nova Scotia Eastern Shore Memorial. 5,860 654Queen's 6,005 1,000Lunenburg 6,457 1,000Twin Oaks Memorial . . 5,494 1,000Guysboro Memorial .... 6,429 1,000Quebec Hopital Lafleche 11,553 889Hopital Ste. Marie 14,595 550St. Joseph des Conva- lescente 5,631 1,447St. Joseph Sanatorium. . 10,865 1,251Hotel Dieu de Mont- magny 9,475 1,000Sanatorium Cooke 13,865 716Sanatorium Begin 10,667 689St. Eusebe 10,393 467Sanatorium de Macamic 14,865 1,388St. Croix 10,965 841Hotel Dieu Notre Dame de Beauce 6,704 983Sanatorium St. Georges. 11,409 834Saint-Sauveur 17,008 836Notre Dame de Lourdes de Blanc Sablon 10,739 729Youville 15,039 207Ontario Sudbury General 8,893 1,000West Lincoln Memorial. 5,250 1,000Hamilton General 5,918 1,000St. Peters Infirmary .... 2,556 852Leamington District Memorial 7,895 1,000Cobourg General 1,250 417St. Joseph's General.... 7,923 1,000Manitoba Killarney General 3,680 173Gilbert Plains 4,167 1,000Steinbach General- 2,941 1,000Saskatchewan Assiniboia General .... 3,495 666

*When construction is completed and actual cost is known, the amount of the federal grant will have to be revised in certain instances.

Average total cost, per additional bed and average federal grant per additional bed for hospitals listed in Hansard of Feb. 23, 1949, page 836-Cone.

l. 2.

Approximate cost as

estimated Estimated

by hospital federal

Hospital body $ per bed grant* $ per bedAlberta, Vulcan Municipal 5,659 1,000Olds Municipal 5,417 1,000Three Hills Municipal.. 5,017 326British Columbia Provincial Mental 2,628 876Royal Columbian 8,466 745Vernon Jubilee 4,901 984Langley Memorial 5,059 729St. George's hospital ... 3,409 641Fernie Memorial 7,562 1,000North Vancouver General hospital 2,000 667Princeton General hospital 2,595 865Alberta Stettler Municipal hospital 5,193 1,000Rimbey Municipal hospital 6,740 610Manitoba Benito hospital 6,667 1,000Boissevain hospital .... 6,444 305Altona hospital 7,252 368Carberry hospital (Fox Memorial) 5,300 1,000Cartwright and District Medical Nursing Unit 5,407 1,000Fisher Branch Outpost hospital 4,729 1,000Ontario Haldimand War Memorial hospital 6,522 1,000Trenton Memorial hospital 9,402 862Alexandria hospital .... 5,951 1,000Oakville Trafalgar Memorial hospital 6,800 1,000Oshawa General hospital 2,896 264Cornwall General hospital 7,168 743Quebec L'Hotel-Dieu d'Amos ... 10,665 878Hopital de la Providence 5,126 1,000L'lnstitut Medico-Peda-gogique du Mont Providence 5,881 1,181Nova Scotia Victoria County Memorial hospital ... 2,983 499

*When construction is completed and actual cost is known, the amount of the federal grant will have to be revised in certain instances.

9, 1949 1295

Questions

RADAR EQUIPMENT Mr. Pearkes:

1. How many radar sets 268 have been built by Canadian arsenals?

2. How many of these have been supplied to the different departments of the Canadian government?

3. How many have been installed, or are being installed in Canada for harbour protection?

4. In what Canadian harbours, if any, are they being placed?

5. How many of these radar sets have been sold to Canadian shipping firms?

6. To what foreign countries, if any, have these sets been sold?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   NATIONAL HEALTH
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February 14, 1949

Mr. Marlin:

What page is that?

Topic:   S08 HOUSE OF COMMONS
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