Maclyn (Mac) Thomas MCCUTCHEON

MCCUTCHEON, Maclyn (Mac) Thomas

Personal Data

Party
Progressive Conservative
Constituency
Lambton--Kent (Ontario)
Birth Date
June 17, 1912
Deceased Date
May 19, 1978
Website
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mac_McCutcheon_(Canadian_politician)
PARLINFO
http://www.parl.gc.ca/parlinfo/Files/Parliamentarian.aspx?Item=afa7e8b7-f58c-4e78-9365-a98d20084c46&Language=E&Section=ALL
Profession
farmer

Parliamentary Career

April 8, 1963 - September 8, 1965
PC
  Lambton--Kent (Ontario)
November 8, 1965 - April 23, 1968
PC
  Lambton--Kent (Ontario)
June 25, 1968 - September 1, 1972
PC
  Lambton--Kent (Ontario)
  • Deputy House Leader of the Official Opposition (January 1, 1972 - September 1, 1973)

Most Recent Speeches (Page 5 of 69)


May 12, 1972

Mr. McCutcheon:

I wonder whether I could impose on the good offices of the minister and ask him to investigate this problem?

Topic:   WELFARE
Subtopic:   VALIDITY OF POLL CONDUCTED BY "WELFARE SYSTEMS OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS"
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May 12, 1972

Mr. Mac T. McCutcheon (Lambton-Kent):

Mr. Speaker, may I direct my question to the President of the Treasury Board. I apologize for not having given him notice of it. May I ask, is there any government organization called "Welfare Systems of the House of Commons" which claims to have a mandate to poll various people who are receiving welfare assistance? I ask this question in view of requests to my office regarding the validity of this so-called poll.

Topic:   WELFARE
Subtopic:   VALIDITY OF POLL CONDUCTED BY "WELFARE SYSTEMS OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS"
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May 1, 1972

Mr. Mac T. McCutcheon (Lambton-Kent):

Mr. Speaker, I ask leave to move under Standing Order 26 that the House do now adjourn for the purpose of discussing a specific and important matter requiring urgent consideration. This matter concerns reports that American automobile and automobile parts manufacturers are using the DISC plan to export motor vehicles and parts into the Canadian market contrary to the Canada-United States auto pact and to the prejudice of the manufacture of these goods in Canada, the failure of the government as the primary source of knowledge and responsibility in the matter to inform the House and public whether these reports are true, and the serious impact on the Canadian automobile industry in particular and the Canadian economy in gen-

May 1, 1972

DISC Program and Canadian Economy

eral that must follow if these reports are true. If leave is given, I propose to move the motion, seconded by the hon. member for Kent-Essex (Mr. Danforth).

Topic:   MOTIONS TO ADJOURN UNDER S.O. 28 TRADE IMPACT OF UNITED STATES DISC PROGRAM ON CANADIAN AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY AND CANADIAN ECONOMY IN GENERAL
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May 1, 1972

Mr. Mac T. McCutcheon (Lambton-Kent):

May I direct a supplementary question to the Acting Prime Minister. As the Prime Minister is not in the House today, is it possible that he is working on the new John George Diefenbaker highway to Tuktoyaktuk?

Topic:   DISCUSSION OF TREATY RIGHTS BY MINISTER WITH NORTHWEST TERRITORIES NATIVES IN LIGHT OF MACKENZIE HIGHWAY PROJECT
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April 28, 1972

Mr. McCutcheon:

Mr. Speaker, mine was a supplementary and I wonder if I could direct it to-

Topic:   UNITED STATES DISC PROGRAM-BASIS FOR MINISTER'S STATEMENT THAT AUTO MANUFACTURERS NOT INTENDING TO MAKE USE THEREOF
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