Right Hon. ARTHUR MEIGHEN (Leader of the Opposition):
It is now about a week
and a half since the termination of the budget debate, but the bills representing the government policy as respects important matters are still unintroduced. May I ask particularly with respect to the railway rates question-when may we expect a statement of the government's policy or a bill representing it?
Hon. GEORGE P. GRAHAM (Minister of Railways and Canals): It is now under consideration. It is a very important bill. Mistakes have been made before, I am told, even in the drafting of legislation, and the government wants to be sure that no mistakes are made this time. The bill will be introduced in plenty of time this session to give hon. members opportunity for full discussion.
Subtopic: RAILWAY FREIGHT RATES