Just in that regard I should like to ask the minister about our exports of bacon. We send three different grades of bacon to Great Britain, and within each of those three grades there are three classes. Is the minister now telling us that only the highest grade of bacon, averaging from fifty-five to sixty-five pounds, will be marked as Canadian, and that none of the other grades will bear that mark? Just what is the policy of the department in regard to bacon? That is really the most important commodity we ship to the British market, and it is a product in connection with which the grades and quality and reputation should be very carefully guarded. Perhaps I shall have something to say about bacon at a later date, but I
think it is important to know just how our bacon is being marked, whether only the highest grade will be marked as Canadian bacon, whether some latitude will be allowed, or how far down the grades are going to be marked as Canadian.