(1) Question—What does your Government plan to do about providing jobs for Canadians after the war? Answer—Every Canadian, soldier and civilian, wants a job and the opportunity to lead a useful life after the war. The postwar policies of the Liberal Government are aimed at achieving the highest possible employment, production and standard of living.
WHEN Parliament is in session Mackenzie King’s Cabinet generally meets at noon. One day last summer, when its members hadn’t had a proper noonday meal for months, they miraculously cleaned up the agenda at ten to one. Ministerial mouths were watering at the thought of something better than a three o’clock sandwich.By Blair Fraser11 min
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