§ 68. Major GLYN
asked the Secretary of State for Dominion Affairs what was the total of migrants into Canada in 1926 from this country and from Continental countries, respectively; and what proportion took advantage of the £2 rate available for British migrants?
§ The UNDER-SECRETARY of STATE for the COLONIES (Mr. Ormsby-Gore)
The total number of migrants to Canada from Great Britain in 1926 was 39,151; the total number of immigrants to Canada from foreign countries (other than the United States of America) in 1926 was 66,221; total, 105,372. The number of migrants assisted under the Empire Settlement Act in 1926 at the £3 rate was 19,039; at other rates, 2,305; total, 21,344.