Sir HENRY DRAYTON (West York):
The minister is quite right when he says that he does not suppose that the House will want to have everything that was said last year rehearsed. I do not think the House would, I think no one would reasonably expect it. But the House would be very much more interested to know what progress has been made, to know why it is that we still continue to be in the position of having an obligation-which so far has not been denied -flouted.
Subtopic: GREAT LAKES LEVELS
Sub-subtopic: EFFECT OF DIVERSION OF WATER BY CHICAGO DRAINAGE CANAL