There is another question I should like to ask; maybe the minister has replied to this. Various hon. members have quoted budgets. I have heard them quoted from all sides of the house, but I have not yet heard the minister quote a budget upon which this $30 a month is founded. Has the minister filed a budget which he considers would provide an adequate standard of living for the people at the rate of $30 a month? The government must have a budget which will show what people can do on $30 a month. They may, first of all, have given consideration to how much it takes an individual to live on. I should like the minister to table now a budget showing how much can be spent on clothing, how much on housing, how much on food, and so forth, on a pension of $30 a month. I think we should have that budget tabled before we leave this subject.
Subtopic: INCREASES IN AMOUNTS AND INCOME ALLOWANCE REQUIREMENTS-MODIFICATIONS OF ELIGIBILITY