§ Mr. Kaufman
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs if he will set out in the OFFICIAL REPORT the full programme and itinerary
Schedule of Events Speech Topics September All Members 23rd, Sunday … Arrive Ottawa. 24th, Monday … Visit the British High Commission. Round Table discussion with Canadian officials at the Department of Industry, Trade and Commerce. Official calls and meetings with press, radio and TV. Cocktail party for visitors to meet some Canadian M.P.s. 25th Tuesday … Arrive Toronto. Call on Premier of Ontario. Luncheon given by Ontario Minister for Industry and Tourism. Meeting with officials of Industrial Development Branch of Ministry of Industry and Tourism. Dinner given by Ontario Development Corporation. Separate Programmes 26th, Wednesday … Mr. King: Seminar: Interdependence of Trade between Investment .Ontario and Great Britain. Dinner engagement with the Young Presidents Association. Mr. Parkinson: TV programme: "Canada AM". Seminar: Interdependence of Trade between Ontario and Great Britain. Transportation, travel and tourism. Arrive Winnipeg. Mr. Hannam: Seminar: Interdependence of Trade between Ontario and Great Britain. Government Services. Dinner engagement with the Young Presidents Association Mr. Luce: TV programme: "Canada AM". Seminar: Interdependence of Trade between Ontario and Great Britain. Trade. Dinner engagement with the Young Presidents Association.
of the visit to Canada organised by his Department for the hon. Members for Arundel and Shoreham, Bridgwater, Enfield, West, and Exeter, together with the full cost to public funds of this visit.
§ Mr. Anthony Royle
Following are the itinerary and programme of Mr. Tom King, MP, Mr. Cecil Parkinson, MP, Mr. John Hannam, MP, and Mr. Richard Luce, MP, on an official visit to Canada. 23rd September to 10th October, 1973:123W
Schedule of Events Speech Topics September 27th, Thursday … Mr. King: Arrive Montreal. British Canadian Trade Association luncheon. New Horizons: Quebec/UK/Europe. Address to Université de Montréal during Seminar. La politique économique et commerciale britannique. Mr. Parkinson: St. John's College, University of Manitoba Campus, to address Department of International Relations and Political Science. The Future of Anglo/Canadian Relations. Luncheon given by Mr. R. C. Robinson, Trade Commissioner. Address Women's Canadian Club. The battle against prices. Arrive Thunder Bay. Mr. Hannam: Arrive Montreal. British Canadian Trade Association luncheon. New Horizons: Quebec/UK/Europe. Speak to Faculty of Commerce and Administration at Sir George Williams University. Mr. Luce: Drive to Hamilton. Businessmen's lunch at the Tamahac Club. 5-minute reply to welcome. Visit Stelco in the afternoon: meet with senior industrialists. Mr. L. H. Johnston (President Canadian Canners) hosts reception at Hamilton Club. Return to Toronto. 28th, Friday … Mr. King: Official calls and meet the Press, radio and TV. Luncheon given by the Bank of Montreal. Address/Seminar: Economics Department of McGill University. Britain/EEC/Canada/Quebec. Dinner given by Canadian Institute of International Affairs. Mr. Parkinson: Call on Mayor of Thunder Bay. Seminar: 40 minute address at Lakehead University. The Life of a PPS in England today. Reception and luncheon with Canadian Club. Address. Britain's aerospace achievements. TV interview: Formal address to Faculty and Senior Students at Lakehead University. Britain, Canada and the EEC. Arrive Toronto. Mr. Hannam: Official calls and meetings press, radio and TV. Luncheon given by Bank of Montreal. Address (seminar) at Loyola College (Political Science Department. Britain/EEC/Canada/Quebec. Dinner given by the Canadian Institute of International Affairs. Mr. Luce: Arrive Queen's University, Kingston. Lunch with Dr. MacDonald and some members of the faculty at Queen's University. Address members of the Faculty. Britain/Canada/EEC. 29th, Saturday, and 30th, Sunday. Mr. King: Arrive Quebec City. Mr. Parkinson: Arrive Hamilton. Lunch on 30th, October with Niagara Resort and Tourist Association. Mr. Hannam: At St. Adele and Regina. Mr. Luce: At Hamilton and Ottawa.
Schedule of Events Speech Topics October 1st, Monday … Mr. King: Luncheon given by Quebec Government. Address Quebec Chamber of Commerce dinner. Britain/EEC/Canada/Quebec. Mr. Parkinson: Drive to St. Catharines. Conducted tour of Welland Dry Dock. Arrive Windsor. Mr. Hannam: Press conference. Tour of town with officials of Canadian Petroleum Association. Luncheon address to Rotary and Kiwanis clubs. Britain/EEC/Canada: The future of British/Canadian relations. TV interview. Stag dinner given by Saskatchewan Division of Canadian Petroleum Association. Mr. Luce: Arrive Sudbury. Lunch with group of civic officials. Dinner given by the Rotary club. Address. The Future of Anglo/Canadian Relations. 2nd, Tuesday … Mr. King: Arrive St. John, New Brunswick. Luncheon with Board of Trade officials. Meeting with press, radio and TV. Seminar: To look at Anglo/Canadian trade relations in the context of Britain's membership of the EEC. Some problems of exporting. Mr. Parkinson: Press, TV and radio interviews. Lunch with Community Planning Association of Canada. Address. The future of Anglo/Canadian Trade. Take part in panel discussion (Japan, USA and West Germany also represented). Theme International Neighbours. Reception and dinner given by Windsor Chamber of Commerce. Brief address of thanks. Mr. Hannam: Arrive Saskatoon. Luncheon: Board of Trade—Kiwanis: Address. Rising Prosperity in Britain and what this means for Canada. Meetings with press, radio and TV Official calls. Address senior students and faculty, University of Saskatoon—then dine with Principal. The Future of Canadian/British relations. Mr. Luce: Arrive Calgary. Then to Vancouver. 3rd, Wednesday … Mr. King: Arrive Halifax. Official calls on Lieutenant-Governor and Premier of Nova Scotia and Mayor of Halifax. Luncheon at Board of Trade. Board of Trade conducted tour of Halifax business community. Address Halifax Board of Trade Annual Dinner. The future of British/Canadian Trade relations and the EEC. Mr. Parkinson: Drinks and lunch with London and District Branch, Canadian Manufacturers Association. Address. The Future of Anglo/Canadian Trade. Mr. Hannam: Arrive Edmonton. Pay calls on officials. Luncheon with Edmonton Chamber of Commerce "Meet the Press". Rising prosperity in Britain and what this means for Canada.
Schedule of Events Speech Topics October CRFN-TV: 30-minute interview on "Face the Newsmen". Mr. Luce: Arrive Vancouver. Arrive Kamloops. Reception and dinner offered by Kamloops Chamber of Commerce. Address. The Future of Anglo/Canadian Relations. 4th, Thursday … Mr. King: Nova Scotia Department of Development: tour of shipyards, container ports, etc. Reception and luncheon given by Nova Scotia Department of Development. Seminar (Nova Scotia Department of Development). Address. Britain as a springboard into Europe. Arrive St. John's, Newfoundland. Mr. Parkinson: Call on Cooper Bessemer of Canada. Drive to Toronto. Attend Canadian Institute of International Affairs Seminar. Address. The Future of Anglo/Canadian Trade. Dinner given by Canadian Institute of International Affairs. Mr. Hannam: Arrive Calgary. Luncheon with Calgary Rotary Club. Address. The battle against inflation in Britain. Stag dinner given by Canadian Petroleum Association. Stay overnight at Calgary Inn. Mr. Luce: Arrive Prince George. Tour town and meet officials. Chamber of Commerce to host reception. Address. The Future of Anglo/Canadian Trade. 5th, Friday … Mr. King: Press Conference. Call on Premier of Newfoundland. Luncheon: Annual General Meeting of the St. John's Board of Trade. Address. The future of Canadian/British Relations. Arrive Calgary. Mr. Parkinson: Business meetings with leading industrialists and representatives of the press, radio and TV. Arrive Calgary. Mr. Hannam: Fly to Banff to speak at the Canadian Petroleum Tax Society Conference. UK Energy Policy. Mr. Luce: Press Conference. Radio and press interview followed by TV recording. Arrive Vancouver, then on to Port Alberni. 6th, Saturday, and Mr. King, Mr. Parkinson, Mr. Hannam: 7th, Sunday. At Banff. Mr. Luce: At Port Alberni. All Members 8th, Monday … Arrive Vancouver. 9th, Tuesday … Live radio interviews (Messrs. King, Hannam and Luce). Arrive Victoria. Luncheon given by the Government of British Columbia. Arrive Vancouver. Dinner with the Vancouver Board of Trade. 10th, Wednesday … TV interviews. Depart Vancouver.
The final figures of the cost of the visit to public funds are not yet known: they are estimated at about £2,930.