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JOURNALS 

OF THE 

HOUSE OF COMMONS 
OF CANADA 



VOLUME CI 
1986 - 57 

SPECIAL SESSION 




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JOURNALS 

OF THE 

HOUSE OF COMMONS 

OF 

CANADA 



From Monday, November 26, 1956 to Tuesday, January 8, 1957, 
both days inclusive, in the Filth Year of the Reign of Our 
Sovereign Lady, Queen Elizabeth the Second 



FOURTH (SPECIAL) SESSION OF THE TWENTY-SECOND PARLIAMENT 

OF CANADA 



Honorable L.-Rene Beaudoin, Speaker 



SESSION 1956-57 

PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARLIAMENT 



EDMOND CLOUTIER, C.M.G., O.A., D.S.P. 

QUEEN'S PRINTER AND CONTROLLER OF STATIONERY 

OTTAWA, 1957. 

Volume CI One Hundred and First Volume 



CONTENTS 

Page 

Proclamations iii 

Journals of the House of Commons 1 

Index to Journals 23 

The Ministry 27 

List of Parliamentary Assistants 27 

Officers of the Commons 28 

Alphabetical list of Members with their Constituencies 29 

Alphabetical list of Constituencies and Members therefor 33 



51 

1. iO. S? 



PROCLAMATIONS 




P. KERWIN, 

Deputy Governor General. 

[L.S.] 



CANADA 



ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom, 
Canada and Her other Realms and Territories QUEEN, Head of the 
Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith. 

To Our Beloved and Faithful the Senators of Canada, and the Members 
elected to serve in the House of Commons of Canada and to each and 
every of you, — Greeting: 

A PROCLAMATION 

TT7HEREAS Our Parliament of Canada stands prorogued to the twenty-fourth 
* ; day of the month of September, 1956, at which time, at Our City of Ottawa, 
you were held and constrained to appear. 

Now Know Ye, that for divers causes and considerations, and taking into 
consideration the ease and convenience of Our Loving Subjects, We have 
thought fit by and with the advice of Our Privy Council for Canada, to relieve 
you, and each of you, of your attendance at the time aforesaid, hereby con- 
voking and by these presents enjoining you and each of you, that on Friday 
the second day of the month of November, 1956, you meet Us, in Our Parlia- 
ment of Canada, at Our City of Ottawa, there to take into consideration the 
state and welfare of Canada and therein to do as may seem necessary. Herein 
Fail Not. 

In Testimony Whereof We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent 
and the Great Seal of Canada to be hereunto affixed. Witness: The 
Honourable Patrick Kerwin, Chief Justice of Canada and Deputy of 
Our Right Trusty and Well-beloved Counsellor, Vincent Massey, 
Member of Our Order of the Companions of Honour, Governor General 
and Commander-in-Chief of Canada. 

At Ottawa, this Eighteenth day of September in the year of Our Lord One 
thousand nine hundred and fifty-six and in the Fifth year of Our Reign. 

By Command, 

C. STEIN, 
Under Secretary of State. 

iii 

81539— li 



VINCENT MASSEY 
[L.S.] 



CANADA 



ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom, 
Canada and Her other Realms and Territories QUEEN, Head of the 
Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith. 

To Our Beloved and Faithful the Senators of Canada, and the Members 
elected to serve in the House of Commons of Canada and to each and 
every of you, — Greeting: 

A PROCLAMATION 

117HEREAS Our Parliament of Canada stands prorogued to the second day 
* *of the month of November, 1956, at which time, at Our City of Ottawa 
you were held and constrained to appear. 

Now Know Ye, that for divers causes and considerations, and taking into 
consideration the ease and convenience of Our Loving Subjects, We have 
thought fit by and with the advice of Our Privy Council for Canada, to relieve 
you, and each of you, of your attendance at the time aforesaid, hereby con- 
voking and by these presents enjoining you and each of you, that on Tuesday, 
the eleventh day of the month of December, 1956, you meet Us, in Our Parlia- 
ment of Canada, at Our City of Ottawa, there to take into consideration the state 
and welfare of Canada and therein to do as may seem necessary. Herein 
Fail Not. 

In Testimony Whereof We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent 
and the Great Seal of Canada to be hereunto affixed. Witness: Our 
Right Trusty and Well-beloved Counsellor, Vincent Massey, Member 
of Our Order of the Companions of Honour, Governor General and 
Commander-in-Chief of Canada. 

At Our Government House, in Our City of Ottawa, this twenty-third day of 
October in the year of Our Lord One thousand nine hundred and 
fifty-six and in the Fifth year of Our Reign. 

By Command, 

C. STEIN, 
Under Secretary of State. 



iv 



VINCENT MASSEY 
[L.S.] 



CANADA 



ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom, 
Canada and Her other Realms and Territories QUEEN, Head of the 
Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith. 

To Our Beloved and Faithful the Senators of Canada, and the Members 
elected to serve in the House of Commons of Canada and to each and 
every of you, — Greeting: 

A PROCLAMATION 

TT7HEREAS Our Parliament of Canada was summoned to meet on Tuesday, 
* * the eleventh day of the month of December, 1956, at which time at Our 
City of Ottawa, you were held and constrained to appear. Neverthless, for 
certain causes and considerations, We do Will, by and with the advice of Our 
Privy Council for Canada, that you and each of you, be as to Us in this matter 
entirely exonerated, Commanding, and by the tenor of these Presents enjoining 
you, and each of you, and all others in this behalf interested, that on 
Monday, the twenty-sixth day of the month of November, 1956, at 2.30 p.m., 
next, at Our City of Ottawa, aforesaid, personally you be and appear for the 
DESPATCH OF BUSINESS, to treat, do, act and conclude upon these things 
which in Our said Parliament of Canada, by the Common Council of Canada, 
may be the favour of God be ordained. 

In Testimony Whereof, We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent, 
and the Great Seal of Canada to be hereunto affixed. Witness: Our 
Right Trusty and Well-beloved Counsellor, Vincent Massey, Member 
of Our Order of the Companions of Honour, Governor General and 
Commander-in-Chief of Canada. 

At Our Government House, in Our City of Ottawa, this twentieth day of 
November in the year of Our Lord One thousand nine hundred and 
fifty- six and in the Fifth year of our Reign. 

By Command, 

C. STEIN, 
Under Secretary of State. 

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN 



A.D. 1956 MONDAY, 26th NOVEMBER 

No. 1 

JOURNALS 

OF THE 

HOUSE OF COMMONS 

OF CANADA 



OTTAWA, MONDAY, 26th NOVEMBER, 1956. 



2.30 o'clock, p.m. 

This being the day on which Parliament has been convoked by Proclama- 
tion of the Governor General for the despatch of business and the Members 
of the House being assembled: 

Prayers. 

Mr. Speaker communicated to the House the following letter: 

GOVERNMENT HOUSE 
OTTAWA 

November 20th, 1956. 

Sir, 

I have the honour to inform you that His Excellency the Governor General 
will arrive at the main entrance of the Houses of Parliament at 2.30 p.m. on 
Monday, the 26th of November, and when it has been signified that all is in 
readiness', will proceed to the Senate Chamber to open the Special Session 
of the Twenty-second Parliament of Canada, which has been called for that 
date. 

I have the honour to be, 

Sir, 
Your obedient servant, 

LIONEL MASSEY 
Secretary to the Governor General 
The Honourable 

The Speaker of the House of Commons, 
Ottawa. 



2 HOUSE OF COMMONS 5 ELIZABETH II 

A Message was delivered by the Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod: 

Mr. Speaker, 

"His Excellency the Governor General desires the immediate attendance 
of this Honourable House in the Chamber of the Honourable the Senate." 

The House attended accordingly; 
And being returned: 

Mr. St. Laurent (Quebec East), by leave of the House, introduced a Bill, 
No. 1, An Act respecting the Administration of Oaths of Office, which was 
read the first time. 

Mr. Speaker reported, that when the House did attend His Excellency 
the Governor General this day in the Senate Chamber, His Excellency was 
pleased to make a Speech to both Houses of Parliament, and to prevent 
mistakes, he had obtained a copy, which is as follows: 

Honourable Members of the Senate: 

Members of the House of Commons: 

You have been summoned at this time because of the serious international 
situation arising out of hostilities in the Middle East and the events in 
Hungary. 

Members of the House of Commons: 

You will be asked to provide expressly that the provision for defence 
expenditures in the Appropriation Act No. 6, 1956, be used for the purposes 
of Canada's participation in the United Nations' Emergency Force for the 
Middle East in fulfilment of our country's obligations to the United Nations 
Organization under the Charter. You will also be requested to authorize the 
provision of relief for the victims of the recent tragic events in Hungary. 

Honourable Members of the Senate: 

Members of the House of Commons: 

May Divine Providence continue to protect this nation, and to guide the 
Parliament of Canada in all its deliberations. 



On motion of Mr. St. Laurent (Quebec East), it was ordered, — That the 
Speech of His Excellency the Governor General to both Houses of Parliament 
be taken into consideration later this day. 

Mr. St. Laurent (Quebec East), a Member of the Queen's Privy Council, 
laid before the House, — Copy of Order in Council P.C. 1956-1712, approved 
November 20, 1956, as follows: 

His Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation 
of the Minister of National Defence, is pleased, hereby, to make the follow- 
ing order: 



A.D. 1956 MONDAY, 26th NOVEMBER 3 

Authority is hereby given for the maintenance on active service of 
officers and men of the Royal Canadian Navy, the Canadian Army and the 
Royal Canadian Air Force, not exceeding 2,500 in number at any one time, 
as a part of or in immediate support of an emergency international force 
organized by the United Nations to secure and supervise the cessation of 
hostilities in the Middle East. 



By unanimous consent, on motion of Mr. St. Laurent (Quebec East), 
it was _ resolved, — 1. That, notwithstanding the provisions of Standing Order 
55, this House will, at its next sitting, resolve itself into a Committee to 
consider of a Supply to be granted to Her Majesty, and also into a Committee 
to consider of the Ways and Means for raising the Supply to be granted to 
Her Majesty. 

2. That Edward T. Applewhaite, Esquire, Member for the Electoral 
District of Skeena, be appointed Deputy Chairman of Committees of the 
Whole House. 



Mr. Harris, a Member of the Queen's Privy Council, delivered a Message 
from His Excellency the Governor General, which was read by Mr. Speaker, 
as follows: 

VINCENT MASSEY 

The Governor General transmits to the House of Commons, further 
Supplementary Estimates of sums required for the service of Canada for the 
year ending on the 31st March, 1957 and, in accordance with the provisions 
of "The British North America Act, 1867", the Governor General recommends 
these Estimates to the House of Commons. 

Government House, 

Ottawa, 26th November, 1956. 

On motion of Mr. Harris, the said Message and further Supplementary 
Estimates were referred to the Committee of Supply. 



By unanimous consent, on motion of Mr. St. Laurent (Quebec East), it 
was resolved, — That the following changes be made in the procedure of the 
House for the present session: 

1. That the House shall sit every day except Sunday, and that Standing 
Orders 2 and 6 be suspended in relation thereto. 

2. That, until the proceedings on the proposed appropriation bill have 
been disposed of, the daily hours of sitting shall be 11.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m., 
2.30 to 6.00 p.m., and 8.00 to 10.00 p.m.; government orders shall have 
precedence of all other business except the daily routine of business, notices 
of motions for the production of papers, and questions; and that the provisions 
of Standing Orders 2, 6 and 15 be suspended in relation thereto. 

3. That the provisions of Standing Orders 15, 41, 71 and 93 providing for 
the introduction, printing and consideration of "notices of motions" and bills 
by private members be suspended. 



4 HOUSE OF COMMONS 5 ELIZABETH II 

Pursuant to Order made this day, the Order for the consideration of the 
Speech of His Excellency the Governor General to both Houses of Parliament 
being read; 

Mr. Legare, seconded by Mr. Weselak, moved, — That the following 
Address be presented to His Excellency the Governor General of Canada: 

To His Excellency the Right Honourable Vincent Massey, Member of the 
Order of the Companions of Honour, Governor General and Com- 
mander-in-Chief of Canada. 

May it Please Your Excellency: 

We, Her Majesty's most dutiful and loyal subjects, the House of Commons 
of Canada, in Parliament assembled, beg leave to offer our humble thanks to 
Your Excellency for the gracious Speech which Your Excellency has addressed 
to both Houses of Parliament. 

And the question being proposed; 

Mr. Rowe, seconded by Mr. Green, moved in amendment thereto, — That 
the following be added to the Address: 

"That this House regrets that Your Excellency's advisers 

(1) have followed a course of gratuitous condemnation of the 
action of the United Kingdom and France which was designed to 
prevent a major war in the Suez area; 

(2) have meekly followed the unrealistic policies of the United 
States of America and have thereby encouraged a truculent and defiant 
attitude on the part of the Egyptian dictator; 

(3) have placed Canada in the humiliating position of accepting 
dictation from President Nasser; 

(4) have failed to take swift and adequate action to extend refuge 
to the patriots of Hungary and other lands under the cruel Russian 
yoke." 

And a debate arising thereon; the said debate was, on motion of Mr. 
Green, adjourned. 



Returns and Reports Deposited with the Clerk of the House 

The following papers having been deposited with the Clerk of the House 
were laid upon the Table pursuant to Standing Order 40, namely: 

By Mr. Pearson, a Member of the Queen's Privy Council, — Copies of 
resolutions adopted by the United Nations General Assembly during the 
period November 4 to November 24, 1956, relating to the Situation in the 
Middle East. 

By Mr. Pearson, — Copies of resolutions adopted by the United Nations 
General Assembly during the period November 4 to November 21, 1956, 
relating to the situation in Hungary. 

By Mr. Pickersgill, a Member of the Queen's Privy Council, — Return to 
an Order of the House dated June 27, 1956 (*Notice of Motion No. 84 of the 
Session of 1956), for a copy of any and all directives or instructions issued 



A.D. 1956 MONDAY, 26th NOVEMBER 5 

since the first day of January, 1955, by or under the authority of the Depart- 
ment of Citizenship and Immigration, in any way connected with immigration 
or citizenship. 



At ten o'clock p.m., Mr. Speaker adjourned the House without question 
put, until tomorrow at 11.00 o'clock a.m., pursuant to Special Order made 
Monday, November 26, 1956. 



A.D. 1956 TUESDAY, 27th NOVEMBER 

No. 2 

JOURNALS 

OF THE 

HOUSE OF COMMONS 

OF CANADA 



OTTAWA, TUESDAY, 27th NOVEMBER, 1956. 

11.00 o'clock, a.m. 



Prayers. 



By unanimous consent, on motion of Mr. St. Laurent (Quebec East), it 
was resolved, — That the following changes be made in the procedure of the 
House for the present session: 

1. That the provisions' of Standing Order 41 requiring forty-eight hours' 
notice and of Standing Order 42 requiring unanimous consent for a motion 
in a case of urgent and pressing necessity be suspended. 

2. That Standing Order 65 respecting the appointment of Standing Com- 
mittees be suspended. 

3. That the provisions of Standing Orders 75 and 78, restricting bills' 
to a separate reading in each sitting be suspended. 

4. That Standing Orders 81, 85 and 120 respecting the presentation of 
certain reports and the printing and distribution of a list of statutory 
documents be suspended. 



Government Orders, having been called, were allowed to stand. 



The House resumed the adjourned debate on the proposed motion of 
Mr. Legare, seconded by Mr. Weselak, — That the following Address be 
presented to His Excellency the Governor General of Canada: 

To His Excellency the Right Honourable Vincent Massey, Member of the 
Order of the Companions of Honour, Governor General and Com- 
mander-in-Chief of Canada. 



8 HOUSE OF COMMONS 5 ELIZABETH II 

May it Please Your Excellency: 

We, Her Majesty's most dutiful and loyal subjects, the House of Commons 
of Canada, in Parliament assembled, beg leave to offer our humble thanks to 
Your Excellency for the gracious Speech which Your Excellency has addressed 
to both Houses of Parliament. 

And on the proposed motion of Mr. Rowe, seconded by Mr. Green, in 
amendment thereto,— That the following be added to the Address: 

"That this' House regrets that Your Excellency's advisers 

(1) have followed a course of gratuitous condemnation of the 
action of the United Kingdom and France which was designed to 
prevent a major war in the Suez area; 

(2) have meekly followed the unrealistic policies of the United 
States of America and have thereby encouraged a truculent and defiant 
attitude on the part of the Egyptian dictator; 

(3) have placed Canada in the humiliating position of accepting 
dictation from President Nasser; 

(4) have failed to take swift and adequate action to extend refuge 
to the patriots of Hungary and other lands under the cruel Russian 
yoke." 

And the debate continuing; the said debate was, on motion of Mr. 
Dufresne, adjourned. 



Returns and Reports Deposited with the Clerk of the House 

The following papers having been deposited with the Clerk of the House 
were laid upon the Table pursuant to Standing Order 40, namely: 

By Mr. St. Laurent (Quebec East), a Member of the Queen's Privy 
Council, — Copy of Summary of Orders in Council passed during the period 
August 1 to October 31, 1956. 

By Mr. Garson, a Member of the Queen's Privy Council, — Report of 
the Restrictive Trade Practices Commission under the Combines Investiga- 
tion Act, dated November 1, 1956, concerning the Production, Purchase and 
Sale of Flue- Cured Tobacco in Ontario. 



At ten o'clock p.m., Mr. Speaker adjourned the House without question 
put, until tomorrow at 11.00 o'clock a.m., pursuant to Special Order made 
Monday, November 26, 1956. 



A.D. 1956 WEDNESDAY, 28th NOVEMBER 

• No. 3 

JOURNALS 

OF THE 

HOUSE OF COMMONS 

OF CANADA 



OTTAWA, WEDNESDAY, 28th NOVEMBER, 1956. 



11.00 o'clock, a.m. 
Prayers. 
Government Orders, having been called, were allowed to stand. 



The House resumed the adjourned debate on the proposed motion of 
Mr. Legare, seconded by Mr. Weselak, — That the following Address be 
presented to His Excellency the Governor General of Canada: 

To His Excellency the Right Honourable Vincent Mas'sey, Member of the 
Order of the Companions of Honour, Governor General and Com- 
mander-in-Chief of Canada. 

May it Please Your Excellency: 

We, Her Majesty's most dutiful and loyal subjects, the House of Commons 
of Canada, in Parliament assembled, beg leave to offer our humble thanks to 
Your Excellency for the gracious Speech which Your Excellency has addressed 
to both Houses of Parliament. 

And on the proposed motion of Mr. Rowe, seconded by Mr. Green, in 
amendment thereto, — That the following be added to the Address: 
"That this House regrets that Your Excellency's advisers 

(1) have followed a course of gratuitous condemnation of the 
action of the United Kingdom and France which was designed to 
prevent a major war in the Suez area; 

(2) have meekly followed the unrealistic policies of the United 
States of America and have thereby encouraged a truculent and defiant 
attitude on the part of the Egyptian dictator; 



10 HOUSE OF COMMONS 5 ELIZABETH II 

(3) have placed Canada in the humiliating position of accepting 
dictation from President Nasser; 

(4) have failed to take swift and adequate action to extend refuge 
to the patriots of Hungary and other lands under the cruel Russian 
yoke." 

And the debate continuing; 

On motion of Mr. St. Laurent (Quebec East), seconded by Mr. Howe 
(Port Arthur), the House rose at 11.58 o'clock a.m., to meet again at 8.00 
o'clock p.m. this day, out of respect to the memory of Owen C. Trainor, 
Esquire, Member for the Electoral District of Winnipeg South. 



8.00 o'clock p.m. 



Debate was' resumed on the proposed motion of Mr. Legare for an Address 
to His Excellency the Governor General in reply to his Speech at the opening 
of the Session, and on the proposed motion of Mr. Rowe in amendment thereto. 

And the debate continuing; the said debate was, on motion of Mr. 
Harkness, adjourned. 



At ten o'clock p.m., Mr. Speaker adjourned the House without question 
put, until tomorrow at 11.00 o'clock a.m., pursuant to Special Order made 
Monday, November 26, 1956. 



A.D. 1956 



THURSDAY, 29th NOVEMBER 



11 



No. 4 

JOURNALS 

OF THE 

HOUSE OF COMMONS 

OF CANADA 



OTTAWA, THURSDAY, 29th NOVEMBER, 1956. 



11.00 o'clock, a.m. 



Prayers. 



Mr. St. Laurent (Quebec East), seconded by Mr. Howe (Port Arthur), 
moved, — That when this House adjourns after returning from attending on 
the giving of Royal Assent to the proposed appropriation bill, it shall stand 
adjourned until Tuesday, January 8, 1957, at 11.00 o'clock in the forenoon, 
provided always that if it appears' to the satisfaction of Mr. Speaker, after 
consultation with Her Majesty's government, that the public interest requires 
that the House should meet at an earlier' time during the adjournment, Mr. 
Speaker may give notice that he is so satisfied, and thereupon the House 
shall meet at the time stated in such notice, and shall transact its' business as 
if it had been duly adjourned to that time. 

After debate thereon; the question being put on the said motion, it was 
agreed to on the following division: 







Yeas 








Messrs: 




Anderson, 


Bonnier, 


Cannon, 


Deslieres, 


Applewhaite, 


Bourget, 


Cardiff, 


Diefenbaker, 


Arsenault, 


Breton, 


Caron, 


Dinsdale, 


Ashbourne, 


Brisson, 


Carter, 


Dupuis, 


Balcom, 


Brooks, 


Casselman, 


Enfield, 


Batten, 


Brown (Brantford), Cauch'on, 


Eudes, 


Bell, 


Brown (Essex West), Cavers, 


Eyre, 


Benidickson, 


Bruneau, 


Charlton, 


Ferguson, 


Bennett, 


Buchanan, 


Clark, 


Follwell, 


Blair, 


Byrne, 


Cloutier, 


Fontaine, 


Blanchette, 


Cameron (High 


Crestohl, 


Forgie, 


Boisvert, 


Park), 


Dechene, 


Fraser 


Boivin, 


Campney, 


Deschatelets, 


(Peterborough), 


81539—2 









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HOUSE OF COMMONS 



5 ELIZABETH II 



Fraser (St. John's 

East), 
Fulton, 
Gagnon, 
Gardiner, 
Garson, 
Gauthier (Lake St. 

John), 
Gauthier (Nickel 

Belt), 
Gauthier (Portneuf), 
Gingras, 
Gingues, 
Girard, 
Goode, 

Gour (Russell), 
Green, 
Gregg, 
Habel, 
Hamilton (Notre- 

Dame-de-Grace), 
Hanna, 
Hardie, 
Harkness, 
Harris, 
Healy, 
Hees, 
Hellyer, 
Henderson, 
Henry, 
Hosking, 
Houck, 

Howe (Port Arthur), 
Huffman, 
James, 



Argue, 

Barnett, 

Blackmore, 

Bryce, 

Bryson, 

Campbell, 

Castleden, 

Coldwell, 

Ellis, 



Jutras, 

Kickham, 

Kirk (Antigonish- 

Guysborough), 
Kirk (Shelburne- 

Yarmouth-Clare), 
LaCroix, 
Laflamme, 
Lafontaine, 
Langlois (Gaspe), 
Lapointe, 
Lavigne, 

Leduc (Gatineau), 
Leduc (Jacques 

Cartier-Lasalle), 
Lefrancois, 
Lennard, 
Lesage, 
Lusby, 
Macdonnell 

(Greenwood), 
MacEachen, 
MacKenzie, 
MacLean, 
McBain, 
McCann, 
McCubbin, 
McDonald (Parry 

Sound-Muskoka), 
McGregor, 
Mcllraith, 
Mclvor, 
McMillan, 
Maltais, 



Mang, 

Masse, 

Matheson, 

Menard, 

Meunier, 

Michaud, 

Michener, 

Mitchell (Sudbury), 

Monette, 

Monteith, 

Montgomery, 

Murphy (Lambton 

West), 
Murphy 

(Westmorland), 
Nickle, 
Nowlan, 
Pallett, 
Pearkes, 
Pearson, 
Philpott, 
Pommer, 
Poulin, 
Power Quebec 

South), 
Proudfoot, 
Prudham, 
Purdy, 
Ratelle, 
Reinke, 
Richard (Saint- 

Maurice-Lafleche), 
Richardson, 
Roberge, 



Nays 

Messrs: 

Gillis, Low, 

Hahn, McCullough (Moose 
Hansell, Mountain), 

Holowach, McLeod, 
Johnson (Kindersley), Nicholson, 

Jones, Patterson, 

Knight, Quelch, 

Knowles, Regier, 

Leboe, Shaw, 



Robertson, 
Robichaud, 
Robinson (Bruce), 
Robinson (Simcoe 

East), 
Rouleau, 
Rowe, 
St. Laurent (Quebec 

East), 
Schneider, 
Shipley, Mrs. 
Simmons, 
Sinclair, 
Small, 

Smith (York North), 
Stanton, 
Starr, 
Stick, 

Stuart (Charlotte), 
Thibault, 
Tucker, 
Tustin, 
Van Home, 
Viau, 

Villeneuve, 
Weaver, 
Weir, 
Weselak, 
White (Hastings- 

Frontenac), 
White (Middlesex 

East), 
White (Waterloo 

South), 
Winters— 170. 



Smith (Battle River - 

Camrose), 
Stewart (Winnipeg 

North), 
Thomas, 
Winch, 
Wylie, 
Yuill— 32. 



Government Orders, having been called, were allowed to stand. 



The House resumed the adjourned debate on the proposed motion of 
Mr. Legare, seconded by Mr. Weselak, — That the following Address be 
presented to His Excellency the Governor General of Canada: 



To His Excellency the Right Honourable Vincent Massey, Member of the 
Order of the Companions of Honour, Governor General and Com- 
mander-in-Chief of Canada. 



A.D. 1956 



THURSDAY, 29th NOVEMBER 



13 



May it Please Your Excellency: 

We, Her Majesty's most dutiful and loyal subjects, the House of Commons 
of Canada, in Parliament assembled, beg leave to offer our humble thanks to 
Your Excellency for the gracious Speech which Your Excellency has addressed 
to both Houses of Parliament. 

And on the proposed motion of Mr. Rowe, seconded by Mr. Green, in 
amendment thereto, — That the following be added to the Address: 

"That this House regrets that Your Excellency's advisers 

(1) have followed a course of gratuitous condemnation of the 
action of the United Kingdom and France which was designed to 
prevent a major war in the Suez area; 

(2) have meekly followed the unrealistic policies of the United 
States of America and have thereby encouraged a truculent and defiant 
attitude on the part of the Egyptian dictator; 

(3) have placed Canada in the humiliating position of accepting 
dictation from President Nasser; 

(4) have failed to take swift and adequate action to extend refuge 
to the patriots of Hungary and other lands under the cruel Russian 
yoke." 

After further debate; the question being put on the said proposed 
amendment, it was negatived on the following division: 







Yeas 








Messrs: 




Bell, 


Fulton, 


McBain, 


Robinson (Bruce), 


Blair, 


Green, 


McGregor, 


Rowe, 


Brooks, 


Hamilton (Notre 


Michener, 


Small, 


Cardiff, 


Dame-de-Grace), Monteith, 


Stanton, 


Casselman, 


Harkness, 


Montgomery, 


Starr, 


Charlton, 


Hees, 


Murphy (Lambton 


Tustin, 


Dinsdale, 


Howe (Wellington- West), 


White (Hastings- 


Fairclough (Mrs.), 


Huron), 


Nesbitt, 


Frontenac), 


Ferguson, 


Macdonnell 


Nowlan, 


White (Middlesex 


Fraser 


(Greenwood), 


Pallett, 


East)— 36. 


(Peterborough^, 


MacLean, 


Pearkes, 

Nays 
Messrs: 




Anderson, 


Bourque, 


Carter, 


Follwell, 


Applewhaite, 


Breton, 


Cauchon, 


Fontaine, 


Argue, 


Brisson, 


Cavers, 


Forgie, 


Arsenault, 


Brown (Brantford), Clark, 


Fraser 


Ashbourne, 


Brown (Essex West), Cloutier, 


(St. John's East), 


Balcom, 


Bruneau, 


Coldwell, 


Gagnon, 


Barnett, 


Bryce, 


Crestohl, 


Gardiner, 


Batten, 


Bryson, 


Dechene, 


Garland, 


Bennett, 


Buchanan, 


Decore, 


Garson, 


Blackmore, 


Byrne, 


Deschatelets, 


Gauthier 


Blanchette, 


Cameron (High 


Deslieres, 


(Lake St. John), 


Boisvert, 


Park), 


Dupuis, 


Gauthier 


Boivin, 


Campbell, 


Ellis, 


(Nickel Belt), 


Bonnier, 


Campney, 


Enfield, 


Gauthier (Portneuf), 


Boucher, 


Cannon, 


Eudes, 


Gillis, 


Bourget, 


Caron, 


Eyre, 


Gingras, 



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5 ELIZABETH II 



Gingues, 


Laflamme, 


Menard, 


Rouleau, 


Girard, 


Lafontaine, 


Meunier, 


St. Laurent (Quebec 


Goode, 


Langlois (Berthier- 


Michaud, 


East), 


Gour (Russell), 


Maskinonge- 


Mitchell (Sudbury) 


, Schneider, 


Gregg, 


Delanaudiere), 


Monette, 


Shaw, 


Hahn, 


Langlois (Gaspe), 


Murphy 


Shipley (Mrs,), 


Hanna, 


Lapointe, 


(Westmorland), 


Simmons, 


Hansell, 


Lavigne, 


Nicholson, 


Sinclair, 


Harris, 


Leboe, 


Nixon, 


Smith (Battle River- 


Harrison, 


Leduc ( Gatineau ) , 


Patterson, 


Camrose), 


Hellyer, 


Leduc (Jacques 


Pearson, 


Smith (York North) 


Henderson, 


Cartier-Lasalle), 


Philpott, 


Stewart (Winnipeg 


Henry, 


Lefrangois, 


Pickersgill, 


North) , 


Holowach, 


Lesage, 


Pommer, 


Stick, 


Hosking, 


Low, 


Poulin, 


Stuart (Charlotte), 


Houck, 


Lusby, 


Proudfoot, 


Thatcher, 


Howe (Port Arthur] 


i,MacEachen, 


Prudham, 


Thomas, 


Huffman, 


MacKenzie, 


Purdy, 


Tucker, 


Hunter, 


MacNaught, 


Quelch, 


Valois, 


James, 


McCann, 


Ratelle, 


Viau, 


Johnson 


McCubbin, 


Regier, 


Villeneuve, 


(Kindersley), 


McCullough (Moose Reinke, 


Vincent, 


Jones, 


Mountain) , 


Richard 


Weaver, 


Jutras, 


Mcllraith, 


(St. Maurice- 


Weir, 


Kiekham, 


Mclvor, 


Lafleche), 


Weselak, 


Kirk (Antigonish- 


McLeod, 


Richardson, 


White (Waterloo 


Guysborough), 


McMillan, 


Roberge, 


South) , 


Kirk ( Shelburne- 


Maltais, 


Robertson, 


Winch, 


Yarmouth-Clare) , 


Mang, 


Robichaud, 


Winters, 


Knight, 


Masse, 


Robinson (Simcoe 


Wylie, 


Knowles, 


Matheson, 


East), 


Yuill, 


LaCroix, 






Zaplitny — 171. 



And the question being put on the main motion, it was' agreed to. 

On motion of Mr. St. Laurent (Quebec East), it was ordered that the 
said Address be engrossed and presented to His Excellency the Governor 
General by such Members of this House as are of the Honourable the Privy 
Council. 



The House resolved itself into Committee of Supply. 

(In the Committee) 
The following Resolutions were adopted: 

FURTHER SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (1), 1956-57 

EXTERNAL AFFAIRS 



B — General 
Terminable Services 

738 To provide, subject to the approval of the Treasury 
Board, assistance to the victims of the recent tragic 
events in Hungary $1,000,000 00 



A.D. 1956 THURSDAY, 29th NOVEMBER 15 

NATIONAL DEFENCE 

Defence Services 

739 To provide expressly that Vote 235 of The Appropria- 
tion Act No. 6, 1956, be used for the purpose of 
meeting costs incurred for the participation of the 
Canadian forces in the United Nations Emergency 
Force, and to authorize payment from that Vote, 
subject to approval of the Treasury Board, of con- 
tributions to the United Nations' for defraying 
expenses incurred by it in respect of its operations to 
secure and supervise the cessation of hostilities in 
the Middle East 1 00 

Resolutions to be reported. 



The said Resolutions were reported and concurred in, and the Com- 
mittee of Supply obtained leave to sit again at the next sitting of the House. 



The House resolved itself into Committee of Ways and Means. 

(In the Committee) 

The following Resolution was adopted: 

Resolved, — That towards making good the Supply granted to Her Majesty 
on account of certain expenses' of the Public Service for the fiscal year ending 
March 31st, 1957, the sum of $1,000,001.00 be granted out of the Consolidated 
Revenue Fund of Canada. 

Resolution to be reported. 



The said Resolution was reported and concurred in, and the Committee 
of Ways and Means obtained leave to sit again at the next sitting of the 
House. 



Mr. Harris, by leave of the House, presented a Bill, No. 2, An Act for 
granting to Her Majesty certain sums' of money for the public service of the 
financial year ending the 31st March, 1957, which was read the first time. 

The said Bill was read the second time, considered in Committee of the 
Whole, reported without amendment, read the third time and passed. 

Mr. Speaker communicated to the House the following letter: 

GOVERNMENT HOUSE 
OTTAWA 

November 29th, 1956. 

Sir, 

I have the honour to inform you that the Honourable Patrick Kerwin, 
Chief Justice of Canada, acting as Deputy of His Excellency the Governor 
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16 HOUSE OF COMMONS 5 ELIZABETH II 

General, will proceed to the Senate Chamber today, the 29th November, at 
8.30 p.m. for the purpose of giving Royal Assent to a certain Bill. 

I have the honour to be, 

Sir, 
Your obedient servant, 

J. F. DELAUTE 

Secretary to the Governor General 

(Administrative) 

The Honourable 

The Speaker of the House of Commons, 
Ottawa. 



Mr. Speaker declared the sitting suspended during pleasure. 
The House having resumed; 

A Message was received from the Senate informing this House that the 
Senate had passed the following Bill: 

Bill No. 2, An Act for granting to Her Majesty certain sums of money 
for the public service of the financial year ending the 31st March, 1957. 

A Message was received from the Honourable Patrick Kerwin, Chief 
Justice of Canada, acting as Deputy of His Excellency the Governor General, 
desiring the immediate attendance of the House in the Senate Chamber. 

Accordingly, Mr. Speaker with the House went to the Senate Chamber. 

And being returned; 

Mr. Speaker informed the House that he had addressed the Honourable 
the Deputy Governor General as' follows: 

"May it Please Your Honour: 

"The Commons of Canada have voted Supplies required to enable the 
government to defray certain expenses of the public service. 

"In the name of the Commons, I present to Your Honour the following 
Bill: 

"An Act for granting to Her Majesty certain sums of money for the 
public service of the financial year ending the 31st March, 1957". 

"To which Bill, I humbly request Your Honour's Assent". 

Whereupon, the Clerk of the Senate, by Command of the Deputy of His 
Excellency the Governor General, did say: 

"In Her Majesty's name, the Honourable the Deputy Governor General 
thanks Her Loyal Subjects, accepts their benevolence, and assents to this 
Bill". 



A.D. 1956 THURSDAY, 29th NOVEMBER 17 

On motion of Mr. McCann, the House was adjourned at 9.16 o'clock p.m., 
until Tuesday, January 8, 1957 at 11.00 o'clock a.m., pursuant to the provisions 
of the Special Order made Thursday, November 29, 1956. 



A.D. 1957 TUESDAY, 8th JANUARY 19 

No. 5 

JOURNALS 

OF THE 

HOUSE OF COMMONS 

OF CANADA 



OTTAWA, TUESDAY, 8th JANUARY, 1957. 



11.00 o'clock, a.m. 
Prayers. 
Mr. Speaker communicated to the House the following letter: 

GOVERNMENT HOUSE 
OTTAWA 

7th January, 1957. 

Members of the House of Commons: 

I have received with great pleasure the Address that you have voted in 
reply to my Speech at the Opening of Parliament. I thank you sincerely for 
this Address. 

VINCENT MASSEY 

Mr. Speaker communicated to the House the following letter: 

GOVERNMENT HOUSE 
OTTAWA 

8th January, 1957. 

Sir, 

I have the honour to inform you that the Honourable Patrick Kerwin, 
in his capacity as Deputy Governor General, will proceed to the Senate 



20 HOUSE OF COMMONS 5 ELIZABETH II 

Chamber at 11.00 a.m., today, the 8th January, 1957, for the purpose of 
proroguing the Special Session of the Twenty-Second Parliament. 

I have the honour to be 

Sir, 
Your obedient servant, 

J. F. DELAUTE 

Secretary to the Governor General 

( A dministrativ e ) 

The Honourable 

The Speaker of the House of Commons, 
Ottawa. 



Mr. Speaker informed the House that he had received a communication 
notifying him that a vacancy had occurred in the representation, namely: 

Honourable George A. Drew, Member for the Electoral District of 
Carleton, by resignation. 

And that he had addressed his warrant to the Chief Electoral Officer 
for the issue of a new Writ of Election for the said Electoral District. 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF CARLETON 

DOMINION OF CANADA \ „ . _ 

rp W |. ( House of Commons 

To the Honourable the Speaker of the House of Commons: 

I, George Drew, Member of the House of Commons of Canada, for the 
Electoral District of Carleton, do hereby resign my seat in the said House of 
Commons, for the constituency aforesaid. 

Given under my hand and seal at Ottawa this 8th day of January, 1957. 

GEORGE DREW (L.S.) 

Witness: W. Earl Rowe 
Witness: A. C. Casselman 



A Message was received from the Honourable Patrick Kerwin, Chief 
Justice of Canada, acting as Deputy of His Excellency the Governor General, 
desiring the immediate attendance of the House in the Senate Chamber. 



Accordingly, Mr. Speaker, with the House, went to the Senate Chamber, 
where the Honourable Deputy Governor General was pleased to close the 
Special (Fourth) Session of the Twenty-second Parliament with the following 
Speech: 

Honourable Members of the Senate: 

Members of the House of Commons: 

Developments in the international situation were fortunately such that 
it was not necessary to resume the session which I now bring to a close. 



A.D. 1957 TUESDAY, 8th JANUARY 21 

Members of the House of Commons: 

I thank you for the provision you have made for the purposes of Canada's 
participation in the United Nations Emergency Force in fulfilment of our 
country's obligations to the United Nations Organization under the Charter 
and for relief for the victims of the recent tragic events in Hungary. 

Honourable Members of the Senate: 

Members of the House of Commons: 
May Providence continue to bless and protect this nation. 



After which His Honour the Speaker of the Senate said: 

Honourable Members of the Senate: 

Members of the House of Commons: 

It is the will and pleasure of the Honourable the Deputy of His Excellency 
the Governor General that this Parliament be prorogued until a later hour 
this day, to be here holden; and this Parliament is prorogued accordingly. 



INDEX 

TO THE 

JOURNALS 
OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 

(From Monday, November 26th, 1956 to 
Tuesday, January 8th 1957, inclusive) 

Volume CI One Hundred and First Volume 

5 ELIZABETH II 



Address in Reply, Debate on: 

Speech reported by Mr. Speaker, 2. Motion (Mr. St. Laurent, Quebec 
East) — That Speech be taken into consideration later this day, 2. 
Motion (Mr. Legare) for Address in Reply, 4. Amendment (Mr. 
Rowe) — House regrets: Condemnation of Suez action; following of 
unrealistic policies of U.S.; acceptance of dictation from President 
Nasser; and failure to take swift action to extend refuge to patriots 
of Hungary, 4. Debate adjourned, 4. Debate resumed and ad- 
journed, 7-8, 9-10, 10. Debate resumed, 12. Amendment (Mr. Rowe), 
negatived, 13. Main motion agreed to, 14. Address ordered to be 
engrossed, 14. Receipt of Address acknowledged, 19. 

Adjournments, Special: 

1. Motion (Mr. St. Laurent, Quebec East) — That House adjourn until 
8.00 o'clock p.m. in memory of the late Mr. Owen C. Trainor, 
Member for Winnipeg South, 10 

2. Motion (Mr. St. Laurent, Quebec East) — That when House adjourns 
after Royal Assent, it stand adjourned until Tuesday, Jan. 8th 1957, 
at 11.00 o'clock in the forenoon; agreed to on division, 11 

See also Special Orders 

Applewhaite, Edward T., Esquire, M.P.: 

Appointed Deputy Chairman of Committees of the Whole House, 3 

Appropriation Bill: See Supply Bill 

23 

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B 

Bills, Public: 

1. Oaths of office (Bill No. 1) 

2. Supply (further supplementary) (Bill No. 2) 
See also those titles 

C 

Carleton, Electoral District of: 

Notification re resignation of Hon. George Drew, 20 

Citizenship and Immigration Department: 

Directives issued since Jan., 1955: Order dated June 27th 1956. Presented, 
5. Sess. Paper No. 11a. 

Combines Investigation Act: See Restrictive Trade Practices Commission 

Committees of the Whole: 

Deputy Chairman appointed, 3 

D 

Divisions: 11, 13 

Drew, Hon. George A., M.P. (Carleton): 
Notification re resignation of, 20 

E 

Estimates: 

Further supplementary estimates (1), 1956-57: Presented, 3. Sess. Paper 

No. 47. Printed. Referred to Committee of Supply, 3 
See also Supply 

H 

Hungary, U.N. resolutions: See United Nations 

M 

Membership, changes in: 

Vacancy: Honourable George Drew (Carleton), by resignation, 20 

Middle East, U.N. resolutions: See United Nations 

O 

Oaths of Office Act, BUI: 

Bill No. 1, Mr. St. Laurent (Quebec East), Act respecting oaths of office; 
1st R., 2 

Orders in Council: 

Summary of orders passed Aug. 1st to Oct. 31st 1956, 8. Sess. Paper 
No. 123 



Procedure: 

Throne Speech to be taken into consideration later this day, 2 
See also Adjournments, Special; Special Orders 



A.D. 1956 INDEX 25 

R 

Restrictive Trade Practices Commission: 

Report re tobacco dated Nov. 1st 1956, 8. Sess. Paper No. 73. Printed 

Royal Assent: 16 



Speaker, Mr.: 

1 . Communicated letter from Governor General's secretary re opening 
of Parliament, 1 

2. Reported Throne Speech opening session, 2 

3. Reported bill given Royal Assent, 16 

4. Communicated letter of thanks re address in reply to speech of 
Governor General, 19 

5. Communicated letter from Governor General's secretary re proroga- 
tion of Parliament, 19 

6. Informed House of vacancy in representation, 20 

Special Orders: 

1. That House resolve itself into committees of Supply and Ways and 
Means at next sitting, notwithstanding provisions of S.O. 55, 3 

2. That House sit every day except Sunday, 3 

3. That hours of sitting shall be 11.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m., 2.30 to 6.00 p.m. 
and 8.00 to 10.00 p.m., and that government orders shall have 
precedence, 3 

4. Suspension of S.O. 15, 41, 71 and 93 re notices of motions and bills 
by private members, 3 

5. Suspension of S.O. 41 and 42 re 48 hours' notice and unanimous 
consent for motions, 7 

6. Suspension of S.O. 65 re appointment of standing committees, 7 

7. Suspension of S.O. 75 and 78, restricting bills to one reading in 
any one sitting, 7 

8. Suspension of S.O. 81, 85, 120, re reports and statutory documents, 7 
See also Adjournments, Special 

Supply: 

1 . Committee appointed, 3 

2. Further supplementary estimates (1), 1956-57, referred, 3 

3. House resolved itself into Committee of Supply, 14 

Supply Bill: 

Bill No. 2, Mr. Harris, Act for granting to Her Majesty certain sums of 
money for public service of financial year 1956-57. 1st R., 2nd R. t 
Com., reported without amendment, 3rd R., 15. Passed by Senate, 
16. R.A., 16. (5 Elizabeth II, Chapter 1). 
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26 INDEX 5 ELIZABETH II 

T 

Tobacco industry: See Restrictive Trade Practices Commission 

Trcdnor, Owen C, Esquire, M.P.: 

House adjourns in memory of, 10 

U 
Unanimous Consent: See Special Orders 

United Nations: 

Resolutions adopted by General Assembly re Middle East and Hungary 
situations, 4. Sess. Papers Nos. 29a and 29. 

United Nations Emergency Force: 

Order in Council P.C. 1956-1712, approved Nov. 20th 1956, 2-3. Sess. 
Paper No. 174 

W 

Ways and Means: 

1 . Committee appointed, 3 

2. House resolved itself into Committee of Ways and Means, 15 

3. Supply resolution (further supplementary) adopted, 15 



THE MINISTRY 

Prime Minister and President of the 

Queen's Privy Council for 

Canada Right Hon. Louis Stephen St. Laurent 

Minister of Trade and Commerce 

and Minister of Defence 

Production Right Hon. Clarence Decatur Howe 

Minister of Agriculture Right Hon. James Garfield Gardiner 

Minister of National Health and 

Welfare Hon. Paul Joseph James Martin 

Minister of National Revenue Hon. James J. McCann 

Minister of Labour Hon. Milton Fowler Gregg 

Secretary of State for External 

Affairs Hon. Lester Bowles Pearson 

Minister of Justice and Attorney 

General Hon. Stuart Sinclair Garson 

Minister of Public Works Hon. Robert Henry Winters 

Minister of Veterans Affairs and 

Postmaster General Hon. Hugues Lapointe 

Minister of Finance and Receiver 

General Hon. Walter Edward Harris 

Minister of Mines and Technical 

Surveys Hon. George Prudham 

Minister of Fisheries Hon. James Sinclair 

Minister of National Defence Hon. Ralph Osborne Campney 

Solicitor General of Canada and 

Leader of the Government in the 

Senate Hon. W. Ross Macdonald 

Minister of Citizenship and 

Immigration Hon. John Whitney Pickersgill 

Minister of Northern Affairs and 

National Resources Hon. Jean Lesage 

Minister of Transport Hon. George Carlyle Marler 

Secretary of State of Canada Hon. Roch Pinard 



PARLIAMENTARY ASSISTANTS 

Robert McCubbin, Esq., M.P. ... To Minister of Agriculture 

J. Watson MacNaught, Esq., M.P. To Minister of Fisheries 

J.-A. Blanchette, Esq., M.P To Minister of Labour 

Wm. M. Benidickson, Esq., M.P. . To Minister of Finance 

J.-G.-L. Langlois, Esq., M.P To Minister of Transport 

J. H. Dickey, Esq., M.P To Minister of Defence Production 

Wm. G. Weir, Esq., M.P To Prime Minister 

C. E. Bennett, Esq., M.P To Minister of Veterans Affairs 

F. G. Robertson, Esq., M.P To Minister of National Health and 

Welfare 

Maurice Bourget, Esq., M.P To Minister of Public Works 

T. A. M. Kirk, Esq., M.P To Postmaster General 

L.-J.-Lucien Cardin, Esq., M.P. . To Secretary of State for External Affairs 

P. T. Hellyer, Esq., M.P To Minister of National Defence 

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HOUSE OF COMMONS 



Speaker Hon. L.-Rene Beaudoin 

Deputy Speaker and Chairman of 

Committees of the Whole House .... William Alfred Robinson, Esq. 

Deputy Chairman of Committees of 

the Whole House E. T. Applewhaite, Esq. 



Clerk of the House Leon-J. Raymond, Esq., O.B.E. 



Sergeant-at-Arms Lieutenant-Colonel 

W. J. Franklin, M.C., V.D. 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST 

OF THE 

MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 

Fourth Session (Special)— Twenty-second Parliament 



Aitken, Miss Margaret — York-Humber. 
Anderson, Raymond Elmer — Norfolk. 
Applewhaite, Edward T. — Skeena. 
Argue, Hazen Robert — Assiniboia. 
Arsenault, Bona — Bonaventure. 
Ashbourne, Thomas Gordon Wm. — Grand 
Falls- White Bay-Labrador. 

Balcer, L£on — Trois-Rivieres. 
Balcom, Samuel Rosborough — Halifax. 
Barnett, Thomas Speakman — Comox- 

Alberni. 
Batten, Herman M.- — Humber-St. George's. 
Beaudoin, Hon. Louis-Rene* — Vaudreuil- 

Soulanges. 
Beaudry, Roland — Saint- Jacques. 
Bell, Thomas Miller — Saint John-Albert. 
Benidickson, Wm. Moore — Kenora-Rainy 

River. 
Bennett, Colin Emerson — Grey North. 
Bertrand, Lionel — Terrebonne. 
Blackmore, John Horne — Lethbridge. 
Blair, Wm. Gourlay — Lanark. 
Blanchette, Joseph- Adeodat — Compton- 

Frontenac. 
Boisvert, Maurice — Nicolet-Yamaska. 
Boivin, Marcel — Shefford. 
Bonnier, Joseph- Arsene — Saint-Henri. 
Boucher, Jean — Chateauguay-Huntingdon- 

Laprairie. 
Bourget, Maurice — Levis. 
Bourque, Romuald- — Outremont-Saint-Jean. 
Breton, Maurice — Joliette-L'Assomption- 

Montcalm. 
Brisson, Lomer — Saguenay. 
Brooks, Alfred Johnson — Royal. 
Brown, Donald Ferguson — Essex West. 
Brown, James E. — Brantford. 
Bruneau, Raymond — Glengarry-Prescott. 
Bryce, William Scottie — Selkirk. 
Bryson, Hugh Alexander — Humboldt- 

Melfort. 
Buchanan, William Murdoch — Cape Breton 

North and Victoria. 
Byrne, James A. — Kootenay East. 



Cameron, Alan John Patrick- 
Cameron, Colin — Nanaimo. 



-High Park. 



Campbell, Alexander Maxwell — The 

Battlefords. 
Campney, Hon. Ralph Osborne — Vancouver 

Centre. 
Cannon, Charles Arthur Dumoulin — lles- 

de-la-Madeleine. 
Cardiff, Lewis Elston — Huron. 
Cardin, L.-J.-Lucien — Richelieu- Vercheres. 
Caron, Alexis — Hull. 
Carrick, Donald D. — Trinity. 
Carter, Chesley William — Burin-Burgeo. 
Casselman, Arza Clair — Grenville-Dundas. 
Castleden, George Hugh — Yorkton. 
Cauchon, Robert — Beauharnois-Salaberry. 
Cavers, Harry Peter — Lincoln. 
Charlton, John Alpheus — -Brant- 

Haldimand. 
Churchill, Gordon — Winnipeg South 

Centre. 
Clark, Stuart Murray — Essex South. 
Cloutier, Armand — Drummond-Arthabaska. 
Coldwell, M. J. — Rosetown-Biggar. 
Crestohl, Leon David — Cartier. 

Dechene, Joseph-Miville — Athabaska. 

Decore, John — Vegreville. 

Demers, Leopold — Laval. 

Denis, Azellus — Saint-Denis. 

Deschatelets, J. -P. — Maisonneuve- 
Rosemont. 

Deslieres, Joseph-Leon — Brome-Missisquoi. 

Dickey, John H. — Halifax. 

Diefenbaker, John George — Prince Albert. 

Dinsdale, Walter Gilbert — Brandon- 
Sour is. 

^rew, Hon. George A. — Carleton. 

Dufresne, J. -Wilfrid — Quebec West. 

Dumas, Armand — Villeneuve. 

Dupuis, Hector — Sainte-Marie. 

Ellis, Alfred Claude — Regina City. 
Enfield, Frank A. — York-Scarborough. 
Eudes, Raymond — Hochelaga. 
Eyre, Karl Arliss — Timmins. 

Fairclough, Mrs. Ellen Louks — Hamilton 

West. 
Fairey, Francis Thrower — Victoria (B.C.). 
Ferguson, Julian Harcourt — Simcoe North. 



designed Jan. 8, 1957. 



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MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



Fleming, Donald Methuen — Eglinton. 
Follwell, Frank S. — Hastings South. 
Fontaine, Joseph — Saint-Hyacinthe-Bagot. 
Forgie, James Moffat — Renfrew North. 
Fraser, Allan MacPherson — St. John's 

East. 
Fraser, Gordon Knapman — Peterborough. 
Fulton, Edmund Davie — Kamloops. 

Gagnon, Paul-Edmond — Chicoutimi. 
Gardiner, Rt. Hon. James G. — Melville. 
Garland, John Richard — Nipissing. 
Garson, Hon. Stuart S.— Marquette. 
Gauthier, Andre — Lac-Saint- Jean. 
Gauthier, J.-Leoda — Nickel Belt. 
Gauthier, Pierre — Portneuf. 
Gillis, Clarence — Cape Breton South. 
Gingras, Ernest-O. — Richmond- Wolfe. 
Gingues, Maurice— Sherbrooke. 
Girard, Fernand — Lapointe. 
Goode, Tom — Burnaby-Richmond. 
Gour, Joseph-Omer— Russell. 
Gourd, David — Chapleau. 
Green, Howard Charles— Vancouver- 
Quadra. 
Gregg, Hon. Milton F. — York-Sunbury. 

Habel, Joseph-A. — Cochrane. 
Hahn, Frederick George J. — New 

Westminster. 
Hamilton, John Borden — York West. 
Hamilton, Wm. McLean — Notre-Dame-de- 

Grace. 
Hanna, Richard Francis Lionel — 

Edmonton-Strathcona. 
Hansell, Ernest George — Macleod. 
Hardie, Mervyn Arthur — Mackenzie River. 
Harkness, Douglas Scott — Calgary North. 
Harris, Hon. Walter Edward — Grey-Bruce. 
Harrison, John Hornby — Meadow Lake. 
Healy, Thomas Patrick — St. Ann. 
Hees, George Harris — Broadview. 
Hellyer, Paul Theodore — Davenport. 
Henderson, William James — Kingston. 
Henry, Charles — Rosedale. 
Herridge, Herbert Wilfred — Kootenay 

West. 
Hodgson, Clayton Wesley — Victoria (Ont.). 
Hollingworth, Allan H. — York Centre. 
Holowach, Ambrose — Edmonton East. 
Hosking, Henry Alfred — Wellington South. 
Houck, William Limburg — Niagara Falls. 
Howe, Rt. Hon. C. D— Port Arthur. 
Howe, William Marvin — Wellington-Huron. 
Huffman, Edward Blake — Kent (Ont.). 
Hunter, John William Gordon — Parkdale. 

James, John Mason — Durham. 
Johnson, Willis Merwyn — Kindersley. 



Johnston, Charles Edward — Bow River. 
Jones, Owen L. — Okanagan Boundary. 
Jutras, Rene-Norbert — Provencher. 

Kickham, Thomas Joseph — Kings. 
Kirk, James Ralph — Antigonish- 

Guysborough. 
Kirk, Thomas Andrew Murray — Shelburne- 

Yarmouth-Clar e . 
Knight, Robert Ross — Saskatoon. 
Knowles, Stanley Howard — Winnipeg 

North Centre. 

LaCroix, Wilfrid — Quebec-Montmorency. 
Laflamme, Ovide — Bellechasse. 
Lafontaine, Joseph — Megantic. 
Langlois, Joseph — Berthier-Maskinonge- 

Delanaudiere. 
Langlois, J.-G.-L^opold — Gaspe. 
Lapointe, Hon. Hugues — Lotbiniere. 
Lavigne, Albert (Peter) — Stormont. 
Leboe, Bert Raymond — Cariboo. 
Leduc, Edgar— Jacques-Cartier-Lasalle. 
Leduc, Rodolphe — Gatineau. 
Leduc, Yves — Verdun. 
Lefrancois, J.-Eugene — Laurier. 
Legare, Gerard — Rimouski. 
Lennard, Frank Exton — Wentworth. 
Lesage, Hon. Jean — Montmagny-LTslet. 
Low, Solon Earl — Peace River. 
Lusby, Azel Randolph — Cumberland. 

Macdonnell, James MacKerras — 

Greenwood. 
MacEachen, Allan Joseph — Inverness- 
Richmond. 
MacInnis, Angus — Vancouver-Kingsway. 
Mackenzie, Hugh Alexander — Lambton- 

Kent. 
MacLean, J. Angus — Queens. 
MacNaught, John Watson— Prince. 
Macnaughton, Alan Aylesworth — Mount 

Royal. 
McBain, James Alexander — Elgin. 
McCann, Hon. James Joseph — Renfrew 

South. 
McCubbin, Robert — Middlesex West. 
McCulloch, Henry Byron — Pictou. 
McCullough, Edward George — Moose 

Mountain. 
McDonald, Wilfred Kennedy — Parry 

Sound-Muskoka . 
McGregor, Robert Henry — York East. 
McIlraith, George James — Ottawa West. 
McIvor, Dan — Fort William. 
McLeod, George William — Okanagan- 

Revelstoke. 



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McMillan, William Hector — Welland. 
McWilliam, George Roy — Northumberland- 

Miramichi. 
Maltais, Auguste — Charlevoix. 
Mang, Henry Philip — Qu'Appelle. 
Marler, Hon. George Carlyle — Saint- 

Antoine-Westmount. 
Martin, Hon. Paul — Essex East. 
Masse, Arthur — Kamouraska. 
Matheson, Neil Alexander — Queens. 
Menard, J. - Armand — Saint- Jean-Iberville- 

Napierville. 
Meunier, J.-Adrien— Papineau. 
Michaud, Herve-J. — Kent (N.B.). 
Michener, Roland — St. Paul's. 
Mitchell, David Rodger — Sudbury. 
Mitchell, Robert Weld — London. 
Monette, Marcel — Mercier. 
Monteith, Jay Waldo — Perth. 
Montgomery, Gage Workman — Victoria- 

Carleton. 
Murphy, Henry J. — Westmorland. 
Murphy, Joseph Warner — Lambton West. 

Nesbitt, Wallace Bickford — Oxford. 
Nicholson, Alexander M. — Mackenzie. 
Nickle, Carl Olof — Calgary South. 
Nixon, George Ewart — Algoma West. 
Nowlan, George Clyde— Digby-Annapolis- 
Kings. 

Pallett, John Cameron — Peel. 

Patterson, Alexander Bell — Fraser Valley. 

Pearkes, George Randolph — Esquimalt- 

Saanich. 
Pearson, Hon. L. B. — Algoma East. 
Perron, Robert — Dorchester. 
Philpott, Elmore — Vancouver South. 
Pickersgill, Hon. John W. — Bonavista- 

Twillingate. 
Pinard, Hon. Roch — Chambly-Rouville. 
Pommer, William Albert — Lisgar. 
Poulin, Raoul — Beauce. 
Power, Frank G. — Quebec South. 
Power, James Augustine — St. John's West. 
Proudfoot, John Hugh — Pontiac- 

Temiscamingue. 
Prudham, Hon. George — Edmonton West. 
Purdy, Gordon Timlin — Colchester-Hants. 

Quelch, Victor — Acadia. 

Ratelle, J.-Georges — Lafontaine. 
Rea, Charles E. — Spadina. 

Regier, Erhart — Burnaby-Coquitlam. 
Reinke, Russell Earl — Hamilton South. 
Richard, Jean-Thomas — Ottawa East. 



Richard, Joseph-Adolphe — Saint-Maurice- 

Lafleche. 
Richardson, Claude S. — St. Lawrence- 

St. George. 
Roberge, Louis-Edouard — Stanstead. 
Robertson, Frederick Greystock — 

Northumberland (Ont.). 
Robichaud, Hedard- J.— Gloucester. 
Robinson, Andrew E. — Bruce. 
Robinson, Wm. Alfred — Simcoe East. 
Rochefort, Joseph-I. — Champlain. 
Rouleau, Guy — Dollard. 
Rowe, Hon. Wm. Earl — Dufferin-Simcoe. 
Roy, Gustave — Labelle. 

St-Laurent, Jean-Paul — Temiscouata. 

St. Laurent, Rt. Hon. Louis-S. — Quebec 
East. 

Schneider, Norman C. — Waterloo North. 

Shaw, Frederick Davis — Red Deer. 

Shipley, Mrs. Marie Ann — Timiskaming. 

Simmons, James Aubrey — Yukon. 

Sinclair, Hon. James — Coast-Capilano. 

Small, Robert Hardy — Danforth. 

Smith, James Alexander — Battle River- 
Camrose. 

Smith, John Eachern — York North. 

Stanton, Hayden — Leeds. 

Starr, Michael — Ontario. 

Stewart, Alistair McLeod — Winnipeg 
North. 

Stick, Leonard T. — Trinity-Conception. 

Stuart, Andrew Wesley — Charlotte. 

Studer, Irvin William — Swift Current- 
Maple Creek. 

Thatcher, Wilbert Ross — Moose Jaw- 
Lake Centre. 

Thibault, Leandre — Matapedia-Matane. 

Thomas, Ray — Wetaskiwin. 

2 Trainor, Owen C. — Winnipeg South. 

Tucker, Walter A. — Rosthern. 

Tustin, George James — Prince Edward- 
Lennox. 

Valois, Philippe — Argenteuil-Deux- 

Montagnes. 
Van Horne, Joseph Charles — Restigouche- 

Madawaska. 
Viau, Fernand — St. Boniface. 
Villeneuve, Georges — Roberval. 
Vincent, Auguste — Longueuil. 

Weaver, George Dyer — Churchill. 
Weir, William Gilbert — Portage-Neepawa. 
Weselak, Anton Bernard — Springfield. 
White, Arthur W. A. — Waterloo South. 



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White, George Stanley — Hastings- 

Frontenac. 
White, Harry Oliver — Middlesex East. 
Winch, Harold Edward — Vancouver East. 
Winters, Hon. R. H. — Queens-Lunenburg. 



MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 

Wylie, William Duncan — Medicine Hat. 
Yuill, Charles — Jasper-Edson. 
Zaplitny, Fred S. — Dauphin. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 

OF THE 

CONSTITUENCIES OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 

Fourth Session (Special) — Twenty-second Parliament 



Acadia — Quelch, Victor. 
Algoma East- — Pearson, Hon. L. B. 
Algoma West — Nixon, George Ewart. 
Antigonish-Guysborough — Kirk, James 

Ralph. 
Argenteuil — Deux-Montagnes — Valois, 

Philippe. 
Assiniboia — Argue, Hazen Robert. 
Athabaska — Dechene, Joseph-Miville. 

Battle River-Camrose — Smith, James 

Alexander. 
Beauce— Poulin, Raoul. 

Beauharnois-Salaberry — Cauchon, Robert. 
Bellechasse — Laflamme, Ovide. 
Berthier-MaskinongeXDelanaudiere — 

Langlois, Joseph. 
Bonaventure — Arsenault, Bona. 
Bonavista-Twillingate — Pickersgill, Hon. 

John W. 
Bow River — Johnston, Charles Edward. 
Brandon-Souris— Dinsdale, Walter Gilbert. 
Brantford — Brown, James E. 
Br ant-Haldimand— Charlton, John Alpheus. 
Broadview — Hees, George Harris. 
Brome-Missisquoi — Deslieres, Joseph-Leon. 
Bruce — Robinson, Andrew E. 
Burin-Burgeo — Carter, Chesley William. 
Burnaby-Coquitlam — Regier, Erhart. 
Burnaby-Richmond — Goode, Tom. 

Calgary North — Harkness, Douglas Scott. 
Calgary South— Nickle, Carl Olof. 
Cape Breton North and Victoria — 

Buchanan, William Murdoch. 
Cape Breton South — Gillis, Clarence. 
Cariboo — Leboe, Bert Raymond. 
Carleton — ^rew, Hon. George A. 
Cartier — Crestohl, Leon David. 
Chambly-Rouville— Pinard, Hon. Roch. 
Champlain— Rochefort, Joseph-I. 
ChapLeau — Gourd, David. 
Charlevoix — Maltais, Auguste. 
Charlotte — Stuart, Andrew Wesley. 
Chateauguay-Huntingdon-Laprairie — 

Boucher, Jean. 
Chicoutimi — Gagnon, Paul-Edmond. 
Churchill — Weaver, George Dyer. 



Coast-Capilano — Sinclair, Hon. James. 
Cochrane — Habel, Joseph-A. 
Colchester-Hants — Purdy, Gordon Timlin. 
Comox-Alberni — Barnett, Thomas 

Speakman. 
Compton-Frontenac — Blanchette, Joseph- 

Adeodat. 
Cumberland — Lusby, Azel Randolph. 

Danforth— Small, Robert Hardy. 
Dauphin — Zaplitny, Fred S. 
Davenport — Hellyer, Paul Theodore. 
Digby-Annapolis-Kings — Nowlan, George 

Clyde. 
Dollard — Rouleau, Guy. 
Dorchester — Perron, Robert. 
Drummond-Arthabaska — Cloutier, Armand. 
Dufferin-Simcoe — Rowe, Hon. Wm. Earl. 
Durham — James, John Mason. 

Edmonton East — Holowach, Ambrose. 
Edmonton-Strathcona — Hanna, Richard 

Francis L. 
Edmonton West — Prudham, Hon. George. 
Eglinton — Fleming, Donald Methuen. 
Elgin — McBain, James Alexander. 
Esquimalt-Saanich — Pearkes, George 

Randolph. 
Essex East — Martin, Hon. Paul. 
Essex South — Clark, Stuart Murray. 
Essex West- — Brown, Donald Ferguson. 

Fort William — Mclvor, Dan. 

Fraser Valley — Patterson, Alexander Bell. 

Gaspe" — Langlois, J.-G. -Leopold. 
Gatineau — Leduc, Rodolphe. 
Glengarry-Prescott — Bruneau, Raymond. 
Gloucester — Robichaud, Hedard-J. 
Grand Falls- White Bay-Labrador— 

Ashbourne, Thomas Gordon Wm. 
Greenwood — Macdonnell, Jas. MacKerras. 
Grenville-Dundas — Casselman, Arza Clair. 
Grey-Bruce — Harris, Hon. Walter Edward. 
Grey North — Bennett, Colin Emerson. 



Halifax- 



-Dickey, John H. 
Balcom, Samuel Rosborough. 



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CONSTITUENCIES OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



Halton 2 — 

Hamilton East 3 — 

Hamilton South — Reinke, Russell Earl. 

Hamilton West — Fairclough, Mrs. Ellen 

Louks. 
Hastings-Frontenac — White, George 

Stanley. 
Hastings South — Foil well, Frank S. 
High Park — Cameron, Alan John Patrick. 
Hochelaga — Eudes, Raymond. 
Hull — Caron, Alexis. 

Humber-St. George's — Batten, Herman N. 
Humboldt-Melfort — Bryson, Hugh 

Alexander. 
Huron — Cardiff, Lewis Elston. 

Iles-de-la-Madeleine — Cannon, Charles 

Arthur Dumoulin. 
Inverness-Richmond — MacEachen, Allan 

Joseph. 

Jacques-Cartier-Lasalle — Leduc, Edgar. 
Jasper-Edson — Yuill, Charles. 

JOLIETTE-L'ASSOMPTION-MONTCALM — 

Breton, Maurice. 

Kamloops — Fulton, Edmund Davie. 
Kamouraska — Masse, Arthur. 
Kenora-Rainy River — Benidickson, Wm. 

Moore. 
Kent (N.B.)— Michaud, Herve-J. 
Kent (Ont.)— Huffman, Edward Blake. 
Kindersley — Johnson, Willis Merwyn. 
Kings — Kickham, Thomas Joseph. 
Kingston — Henderson, William James. 
Kootenay East— Byrne, James A. 
Kootenay West — Herridge, Herbert 

Wilfred. 

Labelle — Roy, Gustave. 
Lac-Saint- Jean — Gauthier, Andre. 
Lafontaine — Ratelle, J.-Georges. 
Lambton-Kent — MacKenzie, Hugh 

Alexander. 
Lambton West — Murphy, Joseph Warner. 
Lanark — Blair, Wm. Gourlay. 
Lapointe — Girard, Fernand. 
Laurier — Lefrangois, J.-Eugene. 
Laval — Demers, Leopold. 
Leeds — Stanton, Hay den. 
Lethbridge — Blackmore, John Home. 
LeVis — Bourget, Maurice. 
Lincoln — Cavers, Harry Peter. 
LlSGAR — Pommer, Wm. Albert. 
London — Mitchell, Robert Weld. 
Longueuil — Vincent, Auguste. 
Lotbiniere — Lapointe, Hon. Hugues. 

Mackenzie — Nicholson, Alexander M. 



Mackenzie River — Hardie, Mervyn Arthur. 
MACLEOD — Hansell, Ernest George. 
Maisonneuve-Rosemont — Deschatelets,J.-P. 
Marquette — Garson, Hon. Stuart S. 
Matapedia-Matane — Thibault, Leandre. 
Meadow Lake — Harrison, John Hornby. 
Medicine Hat — Wylie, Wm. Duncan. 
Megantic — Lafontaine, Joseph. 
Melville — Gardiner, Rt. Hon. James G. 
Mercier — Monette, Marcel. 
Middlesex East — White, Harry Oliver. 
Middlesex West — McCubbin, Robert. 
Montmagny-L'Islet — Lesage, Hon. Jean. 
Moose Jaw-Lake Centre — Thatcher, 

Wilbert Ross. 
Moose Mountain — McCullough, Edward G. 
Mount Royal — Macnaughton, Alan 

Aylesworth. 

Nanaimo — Cameron, Colin. 
New Westminster — Hahn, Frederick G. J. 
Niagara Falls — Houck, Wm. Limburg. 
Nickel Belt — Gauthier, J.-Leoda. 
Nicolet-Yamaska — Boisvert, Maurice. 
NlPlSSlNG — Garland, John Richard. 
Norfolk — Anderson, Raymond Elmer. 
Northumberland — Robertson, Frederick 

Greystock. 
Northumberland—Miramichi — McWilliam, 

George Roy. 
Notre-Dame-de-Grace — Hamilton, Wm. 

McLean. 

Okanagan Boundary — Jones, Owen L. 
Okanagan-Revelstoke — McLeod, George 

William. 
Ontario — Starr, Michael. 
Ottawa East — Richard, Jean-Thomas. 
Ottawa West — Mcllraith, George James. 
Outremont-Saint-Jean — Bourque, Romuald. 
Oxford — Nesbitt, Wallace Bickford. 

Papineau — Meunier, J.-Adrien. 
Parkdale — Hunter, John William Gordon. 
Parry Sound-Muskoka — McDonald, 

Wilfred Kennedy. 
Peace River — Low, Solon Earl. 
Peel — Pallett, John Cameron. 
Perth — Monteith, Jay Waldo. 
Peterborough — Fraser, Gordon Knapman. 
Pictou — McCulloch, Henry Byron. 
Pontiac-Temiscamingue — Proudfoot, John 

Hugh. 
Portage-Neepawa — Weir, William Gilbert. 
Port Arthur — Howe, Rt. Hon. C. D. 
Portneuf — Gauthier, Pierre. 
Prince — MacNaught, John Watson. 
Prince Albert — Diefenbaker, John George. 



*Miss M. Sybil Bennett died November 12, 1956. 
a Mr. Thomas H. Ross died November 20, 1956. 



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Prince Edward-Lennox — Tustin, George 

James. 
Provencher — Jutras, Rene-Norbert. 

Qu'Appelle — Mang, Henry Philip. 
Quebec East — St. Laurent, Rt. Hon. Louis- 

S. 
Qu£bec-Montmorency — LaCroix, Wilfrid. 
Quebec South — Power, Frank G. 
Quebec West — Dufresne, J. -Wilfrid. 
Queens — Maclean, J. Angus. 

Matheson, Neil Alexander. 
Queens-Lunenburg — Winters, Hon. R. H. 

Red Deer — Shaw, Frederick Davis. 
Regina City — Ellis, Alfred Claude. 
Renfrew North — Forgie, James Moffat. 
Renfrew South — McCann, Hon. James 

Joseph. 
Restigouche-Madawaska — Van Home, 

Joseph Charles. 
Richelieu-Vercheres — Cardin, L.-J.- 

Lucien. 
Richmond-Wolfe — Gingras, Ernest-O. 
Rimouski — Legare, Gerard. 
Roberval — Villeneuve, Georges. 
Rosedale — Henry, Charles. 
Rosetown-Biggar — Coldwell, M. J. 
Rosthern — Tucker, Walter A. 
Royal — Brooks, Alfred Johnson. 
Russell — Gour, Joseph-Omer. . 

Saint- Antoine-Westmount — Marler, Hon. 

George Carlyle. 
Saint-Denis — Denis, Azellus. 
Saint-Henri — Bonnier, Joseph- Arsene. 
Saint-Hyacinthe-Bagot — Fontaine, Joseph. 
Saint- Jacques — Beaudry, Roland. 
Saint- Jean-Iberville-Napierville — 

Menard, J.-Armand. 
Saint John-Albert — Bell, Thomas Miller. 
Saint-Maurice-Lafleche — Richard, 

Joseph- Adolphe. 
Sainte-Marie — Dupuis, Hector. 
St. Ann — Healy, Thomas Patrick. 
St. Boniface — Viau, Fernand. 
St. John's East — Fraser, Allan MacPherson. 
St. John's West — Power, James Augustine. 
St. Lawrence-St. George— Richardson, 

Claude S. 
St. Paul's— Michener, Roland. 
Saguenay — Brisson, Lomer. 
Saskatoon — Knight, Robert Ross. 
Selkirk — Bryce, William Scottie. 
Shefford — Boivin, Marcel. 
Shelbourne- Yarmouth-Clare — Kirk, 

Thomas Andrew M. 
Sherbrooke — Gingues, Maurice. 
Simcoe East — Robinson, William Alfred. 



Simcoe North — Ferguson, Julian Harcourt. 
Skeena — Applewhaite, Edward T. 
Spadina — Rea, Charles E. 
Springfield — Weselak, Anton Bernard. 
Stanstead — Roberge, Louis-Edouard. 
Stormont — Lavigne, Albert (Peter). 
Sudbury — Mitchell, David Rodger. 
Swift Current-Maple Creek — Studer, 
Irvin William. 

Temiscouata — St-Laurent, Jean-Paul. 

Terrebonne — Bertrand, Lionel. 

The Battlefords — Campbell, Alexander 

Maxwell. 
Timiskaming — Shipley, Mrs. Marie Ann. 
Timmins — Eyre, Karl Arliss. 
Trinity — Carrick, Donald D. 
Trinity-Conception— Stick, Leonard T. 
Trois-Rivieres — Balcer, Leon. 

Vancouver-Burrard 4 — 

Vancouver Centre — Campney, Hon. Ralph 

Osborne. 
Vancouver East — Winch, Harold Edward. 
Van vou ver-Kings wa Y — Maclnnis , Angus . 
Vancouver- Quadra — Green, Howard 

Charles. 
Vancouver South — Philpott, Elmore. 
Vaudreuil-Soulanges — Beaudoin, Hon. 

Louis-Rene. 
Vegreville — Decore, John. 
Verdun — Leduc, Yves. 
Victoria (B.C.) — Fairey, Francis Thrower. 
Victoria (Ont.) — Hodgson, Clayton Wesley. 
Victoria-Carleton — Montgomery, Gage 

Workman. 
Villeneuve — Dumas, Armand. 

Waterloo North — Schneider, Norman C. 
Waterloo South — White, Arthur W. A. 
Welland — McMillan, William Hector. 
Wellington-Huron — Howe, William 

Marvin. 
Wellington South — Hosking, Henry 

Alfred. 
Wentworth — Lennard, Frank Exton. 
Westmorland — Murphy, Henry J. 
Wetaskiwin — Thomas, Ray. 
Winnipeg North — Stewart, Alistair McLeod. 
Winnipeg North Centre — Knowles, 

Stanley Howard. 
Winnipeg South — 5 Trainor, Owen C. 
Winnipeg South Centre — Churchill, 

Gordon. 
York Centre — Hollingworth, Allan H. 

York East — McGregor, Robert Henry. 



'Mr. John Lome MacDougall died June 6, 1956. 
'Died Nov. 28, 1956. 



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CONSTITUENCIES OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 



York-Humber — Aitken, Miss Margaret. 
York North — Smith, John Eachern. 
York-Scarborough — Enfield, Frank A. 
York South 6 — 



York-Sunbury — Gregg, Hon. Milton F. 
YORKTON — Castleden, George Hugh. 
York West — Hamilton, John Borden. 
Yukon — Simmons, James Aubrey. 



6 Mr. Joseph Wm. Noseworthy died March 31, 1956. 



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