Louis Joseph PAPINEAU

PAPINEAU, Louis Joseph, K.C., B.C.L.

Personal Data

Party
Liberal
Constituency
Beauharnois (Quebec)
Birth Date
January 3, 1861
Deceased Date
April 24, 1932
Website
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis-Joseph_Papineau_(Canadian_parliamentarian)
PARLINFO
http://www.parl.gc.ca/parlinfo/Files/Parliamentarian.aspx?Item=9b2ea652-cd61-4b53-bea3-192a790cd611&Language=E&Section=ALL
Profession
lawyer

Parliamentary Career

October 26, 1908 - July 29, 1911
LIB
  Beauharnois (Quebec)
  • Whip of the Liberal Party (January 1, 1910 - January 1, 1925)
September 21, 1911 - October 6, 1917
CON
  Beauharnois (Quebec)
  • Whip of the Liberal Party (January 1, 1910 - January 1, 1925)
December 17, 1917 - October 4, 1921
L LIB
  Beauharnois (Quebec)
  • Whip of the Liberal Party (January 1, 1910 - January 1, 1925)
December 6, 1921 - September 5, 1925
LIB
  Beauharnois (Quebec)
  • Whip of the Liberal Party (January 1, 1910 - January 1, 1925)

Most Recent Speeches (Page 1 of 15)


June 18, 1924

1. How many horsepower is the Hydro power commission of Ontario exporting to the United States?

2. Have they any surplus power to export at the present time?

3. When was the last license granted to export power?

Topic:   CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS-ICE SUPPLY
Subtopic:   ONTARIO HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION
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June 28, 1923

Mr. PAPINEAU:

On Monday, the 30th May, 1921, at about one o'clock in the morning, Supplementary Estimates for $23,959,842.14 were tabled. The House prorogued on the 4th of June; that was the Saturday following. That was I think the precedent which the right hon. leader of the Opposition wanted, and he himself is the one who created this precedent when, he was then Prime Minister.

The Montreal Gazette of the 31st of May speaking of the Supplementary Estimates amounting to $23,959,842.14 tabled on the 30th of May says:

The figure is low and indicates a close scrutiny of expenditures. The Main Supplementaries last year totalled $62,000,000 and the year before $36,700,000.

That was not including the bonus for the Civil Service which the leader of the Opposition wanted to include in the supplementaries this year. There may be, I admit, some discussion as to whether these supplementaries might not have been brought down a little earlier in the session, but I do not believe that the strong protest of the right hon. leader of the Opposition was justified in any way, shape or form.

Topic:   PUBLIC WORKS
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June 28, 1923

Mr. PAPINEAU:

Mr. Chairman, the hon. gentleman (Sir Henry Drayton) who has just

Supply-Public Works-N.S.

taken his seat called attention to the lateness of the tabling of the Supplementary Estimates. Last Tuesday, after they were tabled, the right hon. leader of the Opposition asked the Minister of Finance (Mr. Fielding) to tell him when in the history of Canada such estimates had been tabled during the last week of the session. I have taken the trouble to go through certain records and have found one precedent. In the session of 1921 when the right hon. leader of the Opposition was Prime Minister-

Topic:   PUBLIC WORKS
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March 23, 1922

Mr. PAPINEAU (Beauharnois) (Translation) :

Mr. Speaker, I have the honour to present the following report of the special committee appointed to prepare and report lists of members to compose the Select Standing Committee of the House during the present sessions.

Hon. W. S. FIELDING (Acting Prime Minister) moved the adoption of the report of the Special Committee to prepare lists of Select Standing Committees, as follows:

No. l

On Privileges and Elections Messieurs:

Johnston (Last Mountain),

Laflammey Lapointe,

Maclean (Halifax), Macphail (Miss), McKenzie,

McMaster,

Morrison,

Porter,

Ryckman,

Sexsmith,

Stewart (Lanark), and Vien-28.

21*

On Railways, Canals and Telegraph Lines Messieurs:

Anderson, Lanctot,

Archambault, Lapierre,

Arthurs, Lavigueur,

Baxter, Lewis,

Beaubien, Logan,

B61and, Lovett,

Binette, Low,

Bird, Lucas,

Black (Huron), Miacdonald (Pictou),

Blackadder, Mackinnon,

Boivin, MacLean (Prince),

Bowen, Maclean (York),

Boys, McBride,

Bristol, McConica,

Cahill, McCrea,

Campbell, McDonald

Cannon, (Timiskamingue),

Carroll, McGiverin,

Casgrain, Mclsaac,

Chaplin, McMurray,

Charters, McQuarrie,

Chevrier, McTaggart,

Chisholm, Manion,

Clifford, Marcile (Bagot),

Copp, MVirler,

Crerar, Martell,

d'Anjou, Maybee,

Davies, Mercier,

D6ch6ne, Mewburn,

Delisle, Milne,

Denis (Joliette), Michaud,

Denis (St. Denis), Mitchell,

Desrochers, Morrison,

Drummond, Morrissy,

Ethier, Murdock,

Euler, Murphy,

Evans, Parent,

Fafard, Pelletier.

Fansher, Power,

Forke, Putnam,

Fournier, Rankin,

Gardiner, Robinson,

Garland (Oarleton), Robitaille,

Gendron, St. P$re,

Gould, Savord,

Graham, SSguin,

Grimmer, Sheard,

Guthrie, Simpson,

Halbert, Sinclair (Queen

Hocken, P.E.I.),

Jlodgins, Speakman,

Hoey, Spence,

Hughes, Stansell,

Jelliff, Stewart (Argenteuil),

Johnston (Last Stewart (Hamilton),

Mountain), Stewart (Humbolt),

Kay, Stewart (Lanark),

Kellner, Stork,

Kennedy (Essex), Sutherland,

Kennedy. (Glengarry Tobin,

and Stormont), Vien,

Kennedy (Edmonton). Wallace,

Knox, Walsh,

Kyte, White, and

Ladner, Wilson-126.

And that a quorum of the said Committee

consist of Twenty-five Members.

No. 3

On Miscellaneous Private Bills

Messieurs:

Anderson, Bancroft,

Archambault, Binette,

Baldwin, Bird,

Baxter,

Black (Yukon), Bureau,

Cannon,

Copp,

Demers,

Elliott (Waterloo), Findlay,

German,

Gordon,

Gouin (Sii Lomer), Guthrie,

Hammell,

Hudson,

Jacobs,

Standing Committees

Boucher, Lucas,

Bourassa, MacKinnon,

Bowen, MacLaren,

Boys, McGiverin,

Bureau, McKillop,

Charters McMurray,

Chew, Marcil (Bonaventure),

Church, Marcile (Bagot),

Clark, Mercier,

Davies, Morin,

Denis (St. Denis), Pacaud,

Deslauriers, Papineau

Drummond, Porter,

Ethier, Power,

Findlay, Pritchard,

Fontaine, Putnam,

Forrester, Raymond,

Fortier, Reed,

Garland (Carleton), Robitaille,

Gendron, Senn,

Hammell, Sinclair (Oxford),

Harris, Stein,

Jones, Stork,

Kennedy (Edmonton), Thompson,

King (Huron), Tobin,

Kyte, Walsh,

Laflamme, Ward,

Lafortune, Woods, and

Lewis, Woodsworth-64.

And that a quorum of the said Committee do

consist of Ten Members.

On No. 4 Standing Orders

Binette, Messieurs: Lafortune,

Black (Huron), Lavigueur,

Black (Yukon), Leader,

Chaplin, Lfiger,

Chew, Le Sueur,

Clifford, MacLaren,

Deslauriers, Maclean (York),

Desrochers, Mclsaac,

Duff, Mercier,

Duncan, Michaud,

Euler, Munro,

Evans, Parent,

Gervais, Rickman,

Gould, Sfiguin,

Harris, Steedsman, and

Hughes, Woodsworth.-33.

Kyte, And that a quorum of the said Committee do

consist of Seven Members.

On Printing Messieurs:

Baldwin, Malcolm,

Cardin, Marcil (Bonaventure)

Charters, Michaud,

Chevrier, Pr6vost,

Coote, Raymond,

Euler, Rinfret,

Fansher, Robinson,

Hocken, St. P&re,

Humphrey, Thurston,

Jones, Turgeon, and

MacKelvie, McConica, Wilson.-23.

No .. 6

On Public Accounts

Messieurs:

Archambault, Lewis,

Beaubien, Logan,

Blackadder, Macdonald (Pictou),

Boys, MacKinnon,

Brethen, Miaclean (Halifax),

Bristol, McCrea,

Brown, McGiverin,

Cannon, Mclsaac,

Cardin, McMaster,

Casgrain. Manion,

Chisholm, Martell,

Clark, Meighen,

Coote, Mewburn,

Crerar, Michaud,

Demers, Mitchell,

Drayton (Sir Henry), Pacaud,

Duff, Papineau,

Elliott (Dundas), Parent,

Forke, Power,

Gardiner, R'yckman,

Gauvreau, Sheard,

German, Steedsman,

Gordon, Stewart (Lanark),

Guthrie, Stewart (Leeds),

Hanson, Thurston,

Hudson, Tobin,

Humphrey, Tolmie,

Jacobs, Trahan,

Kennedy (Edmonton), Vien and

Kyte, Wallace.-61.

LeSueur,

And that a quorum of the said Committee

consist of Twenty-one Members.

No. 7

On Banking and Commerce

Messieurs:

Baxter, Kellner,

Bird, Kennedy (Essex),

Boivin, King (Huron),

Bristol, Ladner,

Caldwell, Laflamme,

Cardin, Lavigueur,

Carmichael, Logan,

Carruthers, Low,

Chaplin, MacKinnon,

Chevrier, Maclean (Halifax),

Clifford, Maclean (York),

Coote, Macphail (Miss),

Crerar, McCrea,

d'Anjou, McKay,

Demers, McMaster,

Desaulniers, McMurray,

Drayton (Sir Henry), McQuarrie,

Duncan, Malcolm,

Elliott (Dundas), Marler,

Elliott (Waterloo), Maybee,

Fafard, Meighen,

Fielding, Mewburn,

Fortier, Mitchell,

German, Murphy,

Good, Pacaud,

Gordon, Papineau,

Hanson, Porter,

Harris, Rankin,

Hatfield, Reed,

Hodgins, Robb,

Hubbs, Robitaille,

Hudson, Ryckman,

Hughes, St. Pfcre,

Irvine, Sales,

Jacobs, Shaw,

Johnson (Last Speakman,

Mountain), Spencer,

Standing Committees

Stein, Trahan,

Stevens, Vien,

Stewart (Hamilton), Walsh, and Stork, Woods-82.

Tobin,

And that a quorum of the said Committee do consist of Twenty-one Members.

Topic:   SELECT STANDING COMMITTEES
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May 19, 1921

Mr. PAPINEAU:

I was paired with

the hon. member for South Huron (Mr. Merner). Had I voted, I would have voted for the amendment.

Topic:   REVISED EDITION. COMMONS
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