Mr. MACKENZIE KING:
I think the Prime Minister sees what will follow as a result; we will be told that trade with Great Britain in these products has increased as a result of the United Kingdom^Canada agreement, while as a matter of fact if that trade does increase it will be because we have voted for the relief of unemployment money which is being used to subsidize the export of certain commodities to Britain. To me that does not seem a fair way to deal with the appropriations which this house is asked to make. I would ask the minister if there are any other objects or services, for which the Minister of Finance has indicated provision is to be made, payment for which will come out of money we are now voting for relief purposes.
Subtopic: CONTINUATION FOR ONE YEAR OF PROVISIONS OF RELIEF ACT, 1932