§ 12. Mr. Day
asked the Minister of Labour the number of aliens who were originally admitted into this country under permit to take up positions in the sugar-beet factories who have since been given permission to remain in this country without conditions; and the length of the period for which these permits have been extended?
§ Mr. E. Brown
No alien whose stay is limited by a time condition is at present employed in the beet sugar industry in this country. Of the aliens originally admitted for employment in the industry, 23 were eventually allowed to remain without conditions. These aliens occupied posts of an administrative or supervisory nature. Without special inquiry it is not possible to say how many of them are still so employed.