Mr. Macdonnell (Muskoka-Ontario):
Yes. I have tossed in my half pint; let other people do the same. The minister will not commit himself at all. He just says: As you were! and everything stays as is. I continue with the quotation of the Minister of Agriculture:
I am inclined to agree with that; but in spite of the fact that some people have credited me with stating the position very forcefully over in London, I still say that the best way to get a final result is to listen to what the other people have to say, to put forward our own views from time to time with regard to the matter and, since we are all friends, to co-operate with them in trying to get the results as quickly as possible not only in our own country but in all countries.
When I was speaking on Thursday one of the points I made was that one of the great arguments for this international monetary fund was that it would provide a forum. The minister said that they have a meeting once a year.
Subtopic: CONTINUANCE IN FORCE UNTIL SIXTY DAYS AFTER OPENING OF FIRST SESSION OF PARLIAMENT IN 1951