John MORRISON

MORRISON, John

Parliamentary Career

December 6, 1921 - September 5, 1925
PRO
  Weyburn (Saskatchewan)

Most Recent Speeches (Page 3 of 33)


June 8, 1925

Mr. MORRISON:

The right hon. gentleman (Mr. Meighen) states that he is mot in favour of the depositors being reimbursed on a pro rata basis according to their loses; that their cases should be investigated and paid according to the need. A feiw days ago when we were discussing the problem of the revaluation of the assets of soldier settlers, my right hon. friend took the view that all the soldiers should be paid on a percentage basis.

Topic:   EDITION
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June 8, 1925

Mr. MORRISON:

Who' knew better than

Hon. Mr. Crerar? The general manager knew better.

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May 28, 1925

Mr. MORRISON:

There is not a branch

line in the west but has paid interest and sinking fund.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   QUEBEC HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS
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May 28, 1925

Mr. MORRISON:

The hon. member for

Lotbiniere stated that the branch lines in western Canada were not paying.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   QUEBEC HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS
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May 28, 1925

Mr. MORRISON:

Last year in the Railway committee of the Senate, Senator Calder stated that he had been Minister of Railways in Saskatchewan for a number of years, and he challenged anybody to contradict the statement that there w'as not one branch line built in Saskatchewan that did not pay its interest and meet its sinking fund requirements. In Alberta and Manitoba the branch lines were in practically the same position. There have been no expenditures on railway lines in the prairie provinces that have not paid. But I would point out that when a branch line was proposed this year that was not considered necessary, even the members in who3S constituencies it was proposed to be built objected to the expenditure, just the same as they would have done had the expenditure been proposed for some other constituency or province. In other words, they did not stand for it. Why do not the members for Quebec look upon this matter as a business proposition, not as a political proposition?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   QUEBEC HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS
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