§ Mr. AMERY
A scheme has been arranged under the Empire Settlement Act with His Majesty's Government in Canada, in conjunction with the Government of the Province of Manitoba, for the establishment in that Province of a farm as headquarters for the reception, training, settlement and after-care of two hundred and fifty British boys annually. The contribution of His Majesty's Government in Great Britain takes the form of a payment of 20 dollars for each boy received at the farm, the Dominion Government and the Provincial Government contributing each 10 dollars. This scheme follows the lines of the scheme which has been in operation in the Province of Ontario since 1926, and which deals with five hundred boys annually. Similar schemes are under negotiation with the Governments of the Provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
§ Mr. CAMPBELL
Will my right hon. Friend induce his Department to give as much publicity as possible to all matters relating to migration? I know that he does what he can, but I think that there should be still more done.
§ Mr. AMERY
The Big Brother movement, which is favourably regarded by His Majesty's Government in Great Britain and also, I understand, by His Majesty's Government in the Commonwealth of Australia, was started in the State of Victoria, and has been extended to New South Wales and South Australia. No similar movement has been started in the other Dominions.