Hon. Mr. STEVENS:
1. Referring to the answer of the Minister of Trade and Commerce to Question No. 30. April 5, 1922, does the Government intend to reconstitute the old Grain Inquiry Commission with change of personnel or a new Grain Inquiry Commission for the same or similar purpose, or for any purpose? If so, when?
2. Is the Government not aware that very specific charges of irregularity were made before the present Grain Inquiry Commission now existing during the period it was supplied with funds to transact its work, such charges gravely affecting the conduct of the grain trade of Western Canada?
3. Does the Government propose that such charges so made before the Grain Inquiry Commission shall be ignored and go entirely without investigation?
4. If the Government does not intend that the present Government Grain Inquiry Commission shall continue its work or provide funds for that purpose, does the Government intend to provide funds to enable it to close up the work that it has already done and compile and forward its report?
Subtopic: GRAIN INQUIRY