Hon. H. A. BRUCE (Parkdale):
refer for a moment to the offer made to the opposition yesterday by the Prime Minister when he asked them if they would like to have any particular department called? In looking over the business for to-day as announced last night by the Minister of Pensions and National Health, who was leading the house, I find that the first order is the bill introduced yesterday afternoon by the Minister of Finance; then supply, post office, national revenue, secretary of state, mines and resources, trade and commerce, and at the end pensions and health. I believe that the question of health should have priority over the others. Might it be considered as the first item of business this morning?