Hon. Francis Fox (Minister of Communications):
informed by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as follows:
June 18, 1984
Yes, in the period March 1, 1983 to January 31, 1984 loans, as detailed below, were made by the CBC-the CBC has no subsidiaries-to its employees:
(i) (ii) (i) (ii) (Hi)Date Loan Date Loan (b) Amount of Interest Made Due Loan Rate Purpose
Apr. 01/83 Apr. 01/88 12,750 Nil Relocation-Housing1June 20/83 June 16/88 12,500 Nil Relocation-HousingSept. 15/83 Sept. 15/88 21,400 Nil Relocation-HousingSept. 15/83 Sept. 15/88 21,000 Nil Relocation-HousingOct. 18/83 Oct. 18/88 6,500 Nil Relocation-HousingNov. 28/83 Nov. 28/88 8,500 Nil Relocation-HousingDec. 15/83 Dec. 15/88 14,000 Nil Relocation-HousingDec. 15/83 Dec. 15/88 17,500 Nil Relocation-HousingDec. 20/83 Dec. 20/88 8,700 Nil Relocation-HousingJan. 04/84 Jan. 04/89 9,250 Nil Relocation-HousingJan. 04/84 Jan. 04/89 4,125 Nil Relocation-HousingJan. 10/84 Jan. 10/89 26,000 Nil Relocation-HousingJan. 23/84 Jan. 23/89 8,000 Nil Relocation-HousingAug. 02/83 Feb. 29/84 7,000 10% Foreign Posting2Aug. 16/83 Aug. 16/86 15,000 10% Foreign Posting1 Where the Corporation requires an employee to relocate to an area where the cost of housing of comparable standard is significantly higher,, assistance in meeting this additional cost may be provided in the form of an interest-free loan for a limited period of time. The CBC policy in this regard is in line with that of other large Canadian corporations and government departments.2 Where the Corporation assigns an employee to a foreign location, a posting loan may be made to aid in the transition from Canada to the foreign country. The Foreign Service Directives of the Government of Canada apply to all such loans.
Topic: INDIAN ACT
Subtopic: QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER