The hon. gentleman is
mistaken. The site was selected. I could show the hon. member the discussion in Hansard, when an effort was made in the House, by some of his friends to induce the leader of the Opposition and the Minister of Public Works to change their decision with regard to the site. They refused to change the site, and that site was selected. That is where the monument would have been placed if the Liberals had remained in office. Since the 'Liberals went out a couple of agitators, one of whom has since been rewarded by a position in the public service, advocated a change in the site, and women's societies and historical societies used their influence and got the hon. gentleman's friends to change the site.