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Tenth Report of the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada for the year ending March 31, 1915
Tenth Report of the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada for the year ending March 31, 1915
Sixth Report for the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada for the year ending March 31, 1911
Sixth Report for the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada for the year ending March 31, 1911
Dominion of Canada. Annual report of the Department of Railways and Canals for the fiscal year from April 1, 1909, to March 31, 1910.
Dominion of Canada. Annual report of the Department of Railways and Canals for the fiscal year from April 1, 1909, to March 31, 1910.
Railway Statistics of the Dominion of Canada for the year ended June 30, 1910
Railway Statistics of the Dominion of Canada for the year ended June 30, 1910
Dominion of Canada. Annual report of the Minister of Railways and Canals for the past fiscal year from July 1, 1901, to June 30, 1902.
Dominion of Canada. Annual report of the Minister of Railways and Canals for the past fiscal year from July 1, 1901, to June 30, 1902.
National Transcontinental Railway : Resources of the Country between Quebec and Winnipeg along the line of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway (with map)
National Transcontinental Railway : Resources of the Country between Quebec and Winnipeg along the line of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway (with map)
Steam and Electric Railway Statistics
Steam and Electric Railway Statistics
Return in answer to an Order of the House of Commons, dated 24th April, instant, calling for a statement showing the gross working expenses and earnings, respectively, of the Intercolonial Railway for each month from 1st July, 1898, to date. Also the gross working expenses and earnings, respectively, of the same road for the similar months of the preceding year
Return in answer to an Order of the House of Commons, dated 24th April, instant, calling for a statement showing the gross working expenses and earnings, respectively, of the Intercolonial Railway for each month from 1st July, 1898, to date. Also the gross working expenses and earnings, respectively, of the same road for the similar months of the preceding year
Return : Report of Mr. R.C. Clute on the Commission to Inquire into the Death of McDonald and Fraser on the Crow's Nest Pass Railway, summary
Return : Report of Mr. R.C. Clute on the Commission to Inquire into the Death of McDonald and Fraser on the Crow's Nest Pass Railway, summary
Return to an Address of the Senate dated the 22nd May, 1899, for :-- 1. The original contract entered into between the Government and the proprietors of the Drummond County Railway and the Grand Trunk Railway Company. 2. The present contract or agreement entered into between the same persons or companies. 3. A statement of all moneys paid to the proprietors of said railways from the date of the non-ratification of the first contract to the 31st March, 1899. 4. An account of the earnings and working expenses of the Drummond County Railway from the time of it being first worked in connection with the Intercolonial Railway to the 31st March, 1899. 5. And also, an account of the total amount of money paid the Grand Trunk Railway Company for station accommodation, running powers over its line, for bridge extension, or for any purpose whatever in connection with the extension of the Intercolonial Railway system to Montreal
Return to an Address of the Senate dated the 22nd May, 1899, for :-- 1. The original contract entered into between the Government and the proprietors of the Drummond County Railway and the Grand Trunk Railway Company. 2. The present contract or agreement entered into between the same persons or companies. 3. A statement of all moneys paid to the proprietors of said railways from the date of the non-ratification of the first contract to the 31st March, 1899. 4. An account of the earnings and working expenses of the Drummond County Railway from the time of it being first worked in connection with the Intercolonial Railway to the 31st March, 1899. 5. And also, an account of the total amount of money paid the Grand Trunk Railway Company for station accommodation, running powers over its line, for bridge extension, or for any purpose whatever in connection with the extension of the Intercolonial Railway system to Montreal
Return to the House of Commons of the Report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire into complaints respecting the treatment of labourers on the Crow's Nest Pass Railway
Return to the House of Commons of the Report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire into complaints respecting the treatment of labourers on the Crow's Nest Pass Railway
Copies of Agreements, etc., in connection with the Montreal extension of the Intercolonial Railway
Copies of Agreements, etc., in connection with the Montreal extension of the Intercolonial Railway
Report of the Royal commission in reference to certain charges made against Hon. Sir A. P. Caron, K.C.M.G.
Report of the Royal commission in reference to certain charges made against Hon. Sir A. P. Caron, K.C.M.G.
Return in so far as the same is furnished by the Department of the Interior, respecting the affairs of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company which is furnished annually, in accordance with the Resolution of the House of Commons of the 20th February, 1882
Return in so far as the same is furnished by the Department of the Interior, respecting the affairs of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company which is furnished annually, in accordance with the Resolution of the House of Commons of the 20th February, 1882
Return of Orders in Council relating to the Department of the Interior, in accordance with Sub-clause (d) of Section 38 of the Regulations for the Survey, Administration, Disposal and Management of Dominion Lands within the Forty-mile Railway Belt, in the Province of British Columbia
Return of Orders in Council relating to the Department of the Interior, in accordance with Sub-clause (d) of Section 38 of the Regulations for the Survey, Administration, Disposal and Management of Dominion Lands within the Forty-mile Railway Belt, in the Province of British Columbia
Dominion of Canada. Annual report of the Minister of Railways and Canals for the past fiscal year from 1st July, 1888, to 30th June, 1889, on the works under his control
Dominion of Canada. Annual report of the Minister of Railways and Canals for the past fiscal year from 1st July, 1888, to 30th June, 1889, on the works under his control
Reports : Railway Statistics of Canada, and capital, traffic and working expenditure of the Railways of the Dominion. 1889.
Reports : Railway Statistics of Canada, and capital, traffic and working expenditure of the Railways of the Dominion. 1889.
Reports : Railway Statistics of Canada, and capital, traffic and working expenditure of the Railways of the Dominion. 1888
Reports : Railway Statistics of Canada, and capital, traffic and working expenditure of the Railways of the Dominion. 1888
Dominion of Canada. Annual report of the Minister of Railways and Canals for the past fiscal year from 1st July, 1887, to 30th June, 1888, on the works under his control
Dominion of Canada. Annual report of the Minister of Railways and Canals for the past fiscal year from 1st July, 1887, to 30th June, 1888, on the works under his control
Return (in part) under Resolution of the House of Commons, passed on the 20th February, 1882, on all subjects affecting the Canadian Pacific Railway, respecting details as to : 1. The selection of the route. 2. The progress of the work. 3. The selection or reservation of land. 4. The payment of moneys. 5. The laying out of branches. 6. The progress thereon. 7. The rates of tolls for passengers and freight. 8. The particulars required by the Consolidated Railway Act and amendments thereto, up to the end of the previous fiscal year. 9. Like particulars up to the latest practicable date before the presentation of the Return. 10. Copies of all Orders in Council and of all correspondence between the Government and the Railway Company, or any member or officer of either, relating to the affairs of the company
Return (in part) under Resolution of the House of Commons, passed on the 20th February, 1882, on all subjects affecting the Canadian Pacific Railway, respecting details as to : 1. The selection of the route. 2. The progress of the work. 3. The selection or reservation of land. 4. The payment of moneys. 5. The laying out of branches. 6. The progress thereon. 7. The rates of tolls for passengers and freight. 8. The particulars required by the Consolidated Railway Act and amendments thereto, up to the end of the previous fiscal year. 9. Like particulars up to the latest practicable date before the presentation of the Return. 10. Copies of all Orders in Council and of all correspondence between the Government and the Railway Company, or any member or officer of either, relating to the affairs of the company
Reports : Railway Statistics of Canada, and capital, traffic and working expenditure of the Railways of the Dominion. 1887.
Reports : Railway Statistics of Canada, and capital, traffic and working expenditure of the Railways of the Dominion. 1887.
Dominion of Canada. Annual report of the Minister of Railways and Canals for the past fiscal year from 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887, on the works under his control
Dominion of Canada. Annual report of the Minister of Railways and Canals for the past fiscal year from 1st July, 1886, to 30th June, 1887, on the works under his control
Report of the Royal Commission on Railways with Appendices
Report of the Royal Commission on Railways with Appendices
Return to an Address of the House of Commons, dated the 9th April, 1888 :-- For Copies of all Correspondence exchanged with the Imperial Government concerning the disallowance of the Railways Acts of Manitoba.
Return to an Address of the House of Commons, dated the 9th April, 1888 :-- For Copies of all Correspondence exchanged with the Imperial Government concerning the disallowance of the Railways Acts of Manitoba.
Reports : Railway Statistics of Canada, and capital, traffic and working expenditure of the Railways of the Dominion. 1886.
Reports : Railway Statistics of Canada, and capital, traffic and working expenditure of the Railways of the Dominion. 1886.
Dominion of Canada. Annual report of the Minister of Railways and Canals for the past fiscal year from 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886, on the works under his control
Dominion of Canada. Annual report of the Minister of Railways and Canals for the past fiscal year from 1st July, 1885, to 30th June, 1886, on the works under his control
Return (in part) under Resolution of the House of Commons, passed on the 20th February, 1882, on all subjects affecting the Canadian Pacific Railway, respecting details as to : 1. The selection of the route. 2. The progress of the work. 3. The selection or reservation of land. 4. The payment of moneys. 5. The laying out of branches. 6. The progress thereon. 7. The rates of tolls for passengers and freight. 8. The particulars required by the Consolidated Railway Act and amendments thereto, up to the end of the previous fiscal year. 9. Like particulars up to the latest practicable date before the presentation of the Return. 10. Copies of all Orders in Council and of all correspondence between the Government and the Railway Company, or any member or officer of either, relating to the affairs of the company
Return (in part) under Resolution of the House of Commons, passed on the 20th February, 1882, on all subjects affecting the Canadian Pacific Railway, respecting details as to : 1. The selection of the route. 2. The progress of the work. 3. The selection or reservation of land. 4. The payment of moneys. 5. The laying out of branches. 6. The progress thereon. 7. The rates of tolls for passengers and freight. 8. The particulars required by the Consolidated Railway Act and amendments thereto, up to the end of the previous fiscal year. 9. Like particulars up to the latest practicable date before the presentation of the Return. 10. Copies of all Orders in Council and of all correspondence between the Government and the Railway Company, or any member or officer of either, relating to the affairs of the company
Reports : Railway statistics of Canada and capital, traffic and working expenditure of the railways of the Dominion. 1884-85
Reports : Railway statistics of Canada and capital, traffic and working expenditure of the railways of the Dominion. 1884-85
Return to an Address of the House of Commons, dated 5th March, 1886 ; -- For Copies of all correspondence between the Government, or any member of the Government, with the Canadian Pacific Railway Company and the North Shore Railway Company, and between the two companies, concerning the prolongation of the line of the Canadian Pacific Railway to the Harbor of Quebec ; of all contracts between the said two Railway Companies in reference to the same ; of all Orders in Council passed in reference to the same, together with a statement of all moneys paid by the Government, and of the names of the persons to whom such payments were made ; also in reference to the same and in conformity with the Acts 47 Victoria, Chapter 8, and 48-49 Victoria, Chapter 58
Return to an Address of the House of Commons, dated 5th March, 1886 ; -- For Copies of all correspondence between the Government, or any member of the Government, with the Canadian Pacific Railway Company and the North Shore Railway Company, and between the two companies, concerning the prolongation of the line of the Canadian Pacific Railway to the Harbor of Quebec ; of all contracts between the said two Railway Companies in reference to the same ; of all Orders in Council passed in reference to the same, together with a statement of all moneys paid by the Government, and of the names of the persons to whom such payments were made ; also in reference to the same and in conformity with the Acts 47 Victoria, Chapter 8, and 48-49 Victoria, Chapter 58
Dominion of Canada. Annual report of the Minister of Railways and Canals for the past fiscal year from 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885 on the works under his control
Dominion of Canada. Annual report of the Minister of Railways and Canals for the past fiscal year from 1st July, 1884, to 30th June, 1885 on the works under his control
Reports of the Chief Engineer of Government Railways, submitting the reports of Messrs. Donken and Hyndman on Cape Breton Surveys, 1886
Reports of the Chief Engineer of Government Railways, submitting the reports of Messrs. Donken and Hyndman on Cape Breton Surveys, 1886
Canadian Pacific Railway. "A." Specification of combined passenger and freight building. One to be erected at North Bend, one at Chinaman's Ranche, and one at Pennie's on the Canadian Pacific Railway, in British Columbia.
Canadian Pacific Railway. "A." Specification of combined passenger and freight building. One to be erected at North Bend, one at Chinaman's Ranche, and one at Pennie's on the Canadian Pacific Railway, in British Columbia.
Reports of the Chief Engineer and General Manager Government Railways, the Dominion Government Agent in British Columbia, and the Engineer who personally inspected the Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway
Reports of the Chief Engineer and General Manager Government Railways, the Dominion Government Agent in British Columbia, and the Engineer who personally inspected the Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway
Return to the standing order of the House of Commons, dated 20th February, 1882 ; For full information on all subjects affecting the Canadian Pacific Railway up to the latest date, and particularly all details as to : 1. The selection of the route. 2. The progress of the work. 3. The selection or reservation of the lands. 4. The payment of moneys. 5. The laying out of branches. 6. The progress therein. 7. The rates of tolls for passengers and freights. 8. The particulars required by the Consolidated Railway Act and amendments thereto, up to the end of the previous fiscal years. 9. Like particulars up to the latest date before the presentation of the Return. 10. Copies of all orders in Council and of all correspondence between the Government and the Railway Company, or any member or officer of either, relating to the affairs of the Company
Return to the standing order of the House of Commons, dated 20th February, 1882 ; For full information on all subjects affecting the Canadian Pacific Railway up to the latest date, and particularly all details as to : 1. The selection of the route. 2. The progress of the work. 3. The selection or reservation of the lands. 4. The payment of moneys. 5. The laying out of branches. 6. The progress therein. 7. The rates of tolls for passengers and freights. 8. The particulars required by the Consolidated Railway Act and amendments thereto, up to the end of the previous fiscal years. 9. Like particulars up to the latest date before the presentation of the Return. 10. Copies of all orders in Council and of all correspondence between the Government and the Railway Company, or any member or officer of either, relating to the affairs of the Company
Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 30th January, 1884 :-- For copies of any correspondence, documents, contracts or agreements with the Pullman Palace Car Company in relation to the company's cars, running over the Intercolonial Railway ; also any contract or agreement with express companies as to conveyance of express matter over the said railway
Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 30th January, 1884 :-- For copies of any correspondence, documents, contracts or agreements with the Pullman Palace Car Company in relation to the company's cars, running over the Intercolonial Railway ; also any contract or agreement with express companies as to conveyance of express matter over the said railway
Return to an Address (Senate) presented to His Excellency the Governor General, dated the 17th day of March last ; Praying His Excellency to cause to be laid before this house copies of the reports of the various surveys made by engineers under the direction of the government, for a line of railway connecting Montreal with the harbors of St. John and Halifax by the shortest and best practicable route (including the reports of Messrs. A. L. Light and Vernon Smith on the lines surveyed by them, respectively, running up the valley of the Etchemin River and from Canterbury, New Brunswick, to the northern end of Chesuncook Lake, in the State of Maine) ; together with a statement showing the height of the summit level, the maximum grade per mile, the number of miles with a grade exceeding froth-two feet, the average grade per mile, and the number and position of the curves with a less radius than nineteen hundred and ten feet, upon each of such surveyed lines, as well as upon any existing railway proposed to be use
Return to an Address (Senate) presented to His Excellency the Governor General, dated the 17th day of March last ; Praying His Excellency to cause to be laid before this house copies of the reports of the various surveys made by engineers under the direction of the government, for a line of railway connecting Montreal with the harbors of St. John and Halifax by the shortest and best practicable route (including the reports of Messrs. A. L. Light and Vernon Smith on the lines surveyed by them, respectively, running up the valley of the Etchemin River and from Canterbury, New Brunswick, to the northern end of Chesuncook Lake, in the State of Maine) ; together with a statement showing the height of the summit level, the maximum grade per mile, the number of miles with a grade exceeding froth-two feet, the average grade per mile, and the number and position of the curves with a less radius than nineteen hundred and ten feet, upon each of such surveyed lines, as well as upon any existing railway proposed to be use
Return to a standing order of the House of Commons, dated 20th February. 1882 ;-- That it is desirable that a report should be presented to this house, within fifteen days from the opening of each session, giving full information on all subjects affecting the Canadian Pacific Railway up to the latest date, and particularly all details as to : 1. The selection of the route. 2. The progress of the work. 3. The selection or reservation of the land. 4. The payment of moneys. 5. The laying out of the branches. 6. The progress therein. 7. The rates of tolls for passengers and freight. 8. The particulars required by the Consolidated Railway Act, and the amendments thereto, up to the end of the previous fiscal year. 9. Like particulars up to the latest date before the presentation of the Return. 10. Copies of all orders in council and of all correspondence between the government and the railway company, or any member or officer of either, relating to the affairs of the company
Return to a standing order of the House of Commons, dated 20th February. 1882 ;-- That it is desirable that a report should be presented to this house, within fifteen days from the opening of each session, giving full information on all subjects affecting the Canadian Pacific Railway up to the latest date, and particularly all details as to : 1. The selection of the route. 2. The progress of the work. 3. The selection or reservation of the land. 4. The payment of moneys. 5. The laying out of the branches. 6. The progress therein. 7. The rates of tolls for passengers and freight. 8. The particulars required by the Consolidated Railway Act, and the amendments thereto, up to the end of the previous fiscal year. 9. Like particulars up to the latest date before the presentation of the Return. 10. Copies of all orders in council and of all correspondence between the government and the railway company, or any member or officer of either, relating to the affairs of the company
Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 23rd February, 1885 ;-- For copies of the report of Mr. Van Horne, vice-president of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, of September last, and of Mr. S. B. Reed, C.E., of the same month, with reference to the Canadian Pacific Railway in British Columbia ; and also for copies of the reports of engineers of high standing as to the route of the Canadian Pacific Railway at the point where a temporary line has been built, referred to in the letter from Mr. Van Horne to the Minister of Railways and Canals of 19th May, 1884, and for any report of Mr. Fleming on the subject in the possession of the Railway Company
Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 23rd February, 1885 ;-- For copies of the report of Mr. Van Horne, vice-president of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, of September last, and of Mr. S. B. Reed, C.E., of the same month, with reference to the Canadian Pacific Railway in British Columbia ; and also for copies of the reports of engineers of high standing as to the route of the Canadian Pacific Railway at the point where a temporary line has been built, referred to in the letter from Mr. Van Horne to the Minister of Railways and Canals of 19th May, 1884, and for any report of Mr. Fleming on the subject in the possession of the Railway Company
Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated the 24th February, 1885 ;-- For any information in the possession of the department as to the character of the work done near Lytton, British Columbia, on the Canadian Pacific Railway on that portion of the road for which Mr. Hugh J. Keefer had a sub-contract, and which was under the inspection of his brother, Mr. George Keefer, government engineer ; also copies of any statements as to the character of the material allowed as rock or as other than earth in this part
Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated the 24th February, 1885 ;-- For any information in the possession of the department as to the character of the work done near Lytton, British Columbia, on the Canadian Pacific Railway on that portion of the road for which Mr. Hugh J. Keefer had a sub-contract, and which was under the inspection of his brother, Mr. George Keefer, government engineer ; also copies of any statements as to the character of the material allowed as rock or as other than earth in this part
Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 6th February, 1885 ;-- For copies of all orders in council, reports, correspondence and papers respecting the grant or payment of any subsidies to railways other than the Canadian pacific railway, not already brought down, and statements in detail of all such payments to date
Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 6th February, 1885 ;-- For copies of all orders in council, reports, correspondence and papers respecting the grant or payment of any subsidies to railways other than the Canadian pacific railway, not already brought down, and statements in detail of all such payments to date
Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated the 16th February, 1885 ;-- For a copy of the report of the engineers appointed to re-measure and re-classify the work on section B, Canadian Pacific railway, in connection with the claims of the contractors for the said section for increased remuneration for such work and for damages. Also all reports of the engineers in charge of said section, or of the engineer-in-chief, or any other government engineer, in reference to the questions of measurement, classification or damages, at issue between the government and the contractors
Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated the 16th February, 1885 ;-- For a copy of the report of the engineers appointed to re-measure and re-classify the work on section B, Canadian Pacific railway, in connection with the claims of the contractors for the said section for increased remuneration for such work and for damages. Also all reports of the engineers in charge of said section, or of the engineer-in-chief, or any other government engineer, in reference to the questions of measurement, classification or damages, at issue between the government and the contractors
Letter and statements from George Stephen, ESQ., president of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, to the Honorable the Minister of Railways and Canals, accompanied by Mr. Miall's condensed balance sheet on the affairs of the C. P. R. Co., on the 1st January, 1885
Letter and statements from George Stephen, ESQ., president of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, to the Honorable the Minister of Railways and Canals, accompanied by Mr. Miall's condensed balance sheet on the affairs of the C. P. R. Co., on the 1st January, 1885
Return to an Address of the House of Commons, dated the 17th February, 1885 ;-- For copies of all correspondence, orders in council, contracts and other papers in connection with the projected railway between Oxford and New Glasgow, in Nova Scotia, or in relation to any of the companies or individuals negotiating for the construction of any part of the projected short line within the bounds of the Province of Nova Scotia, and particularly an instrument signed by Sir Charles Tupper, the Minister of Railways, about 9th May, 1884, whereby he, as representing the Crown, entered into certain engagements with Norvin Green, President of the Montreal and European Short Line Company, or with that company ; and of all orders or arrangements cancelling the said agreement, and of the evidence as to the ability of the company on which said agreement was made ; and of all orders and authorities under which the Oxford Branch Railway was completed, or money thereon expended, out of the Intercolonial appropriation ; and of al
Return to an Address of the House of Commons, dated the 17th February, 1885 ;-- For copies of all correspondence, orders in council, contracts and other papers in connection with the projected railway between Oxford and New Glasgow, in Nova Scotia, or in relation to any of the companies or individuals negotiating for the construction of any part of the projected short line within the bounds of the Province of Nova Scotia, and particularly an instrument signed by Sir Charles Tupper, the Minister of Railways, about 9th May, 1884, whereby he, as representing the Crown, entered into certain engagements with Norvin Green, President of the Montreal and European Short Line Company, or with that company ; and of all orders or arrangements cancelling the said agreement, and of the evidence as to the ability of the company on which said agreement was made ; and of all orders and authorities under which the Oxford Branch Railway was completed, or money thereon expended, out of the Intercolonial appropriation ; and of al
Reports. Railway statistics of Canada and capital, traffic and working expenditure of the railways of the Dominion. 1882-83
Reports. Railway statistics of Canada and capital, traffic and working expenditure of the railways of the Dominion. 1882-83
Resolution of the House of Commons of the 20th February, 1882 ;-- For a report giving information on subjects affecting the Canadian Pacific Railway, up to the latest date, and particularly all details as to : 1. The selection of route. 2. The selection or reservation of land. 3. The payment of moneys, subsidy, advance, etc. 4. The laying out of branches. 5. The rates of tolls for passenger and freight. 6. Sundry subjects, construction of bridges, tec. 7. (1) Transfer and operation of the Thunder Bay Section to the Company. (2) Valuation of the Rolling Stock to be taken over by the Company
Resolution of the House of Commons of the 20th February, 1882 ;-- For a report giving information on subjects affecting the Canadian Pacific Railway, up to the latest date, and particularly all details as to : 1. The selection of route. 2. The selection or reservation of land. 3. The payment of moneys, subsidy, advance, etc. 4. The laying out of branches. 5. The rates of tolls for passenger and freight. 6. Sundry subjects, construction of bridges, tec. 7. (1) Transfer and operation of the Thunder Bay Section to the Company. (2) Valuation of the Rolling Stock to be taken over by the Company
Dominion of Canada. Annual report of the Minister of Railways and Canals for the past fiscal year from 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883 on the works under his control
Dominion of Canada. Annual report of the Minister of Railways and Canals for the past fiscal year from 1st July, 1882, to 30th June, 1883 on the works under his control
Message. Lansdowne. The Governor General transmits to the House of Commons for its information, correspondence relating to the Guarantee by the Government of interest on the stock of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, so that means might be provided for the completion of the work by May 1886
Message. Lansdowne. The Governor General transmits to the House of Commons for its information, correspondence relating to the Guarantee by the Government of interest on the stock of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, so that means might be provided for the completion of the work by May 1886
Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 28th January, 1884 ;-- For copies of all correspondence between the local government of Nova Scotia, and the Department of Railways and Canals, respecting railway matters in the province of Nova Scotia, of a date since the 6th March, 1883
Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 28th January, 1884 ;-- For copies of all correspondence between the local government of Nova Scotia, and the Department of Railways and Canals, respecting railway matters in the province of Nova Scotia, of a date since the 6th March, 1883
Resolution of the House of Commons, dated 20th February, 1882 :-- A supplementary return respecting the Canadian Pacific Railway, viz. :-- Location of Eastern Section, Current Creek to Nepigon ; and Freight Tariff, Western Division.
Resolution of the House of Commons, dated 20th February, 1882 :-- A supplementary return respecting the Canadian Pacific Railway, viz. :-- Location of Eastern Section, Current Creek to Nepigon ; and Freight Tariff, Western Division.
Report. The select standing committee on railways, canals and telegraph lines, beg leave to present the following as their third report.
Report. The select standing committee on railways, canals and telegraph lines, beg leave to present the following as their third report.
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