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Two Millions but not for the Unemployed
Newmarket Era, 27 Jun 1930, p. 1, column 6
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Two Millions but not for the Unemployed

The special session of parliament which Mr. Bennett promises, would mean an expenditure of nearly a million dollars and a half for extra indemnities for Senators and printing, payment of sessional employees and other expenses would bring the amount up to nearly two millions. Very little of this would go to the unemployed for whose supposed benefit the session would be called.