asked the Minister of Food whether moneys collected throughout the Dominion of Canada in boxes marked "Milk for Britain" are received in this country in dollars, or in the form of dried milk or some other processed milk; and what method he has adopted of distributing these gifts.
These gifts have been coming as powdered milk and chocolate milk powder, and are distributed by the women's voluntary services to children's hospitals, orphanages, and schools, and, through district nurses, to individual children. I welcome this opportunity of renewing our thanks to the Association of Kinsmen's Clubs in Canada, through whose generosity we receive this milk.
Will the Parliamentary Secretary do something to make it known publicly in Canada that these gifts have been used in this very useful way, because they are apparently not aware of the fact?
I think that the Kinsmen's Association are well aware of the fact.
Are importation licences required for these gifts?