question of privilege, Mr. Speaker, I hold in my hand a copy of the New Liberty magazine for October, 1951. On page 69 I notice that the Canada Post Office has a large advertisement over the name of the Hon. G. E. Rinfret, K.C., M.P., which is captioned "Building Canada by Making Her Smaller".
The objection I take to this advertisement is that the cradle of confederation, Prince Edward Island, has been left off the map of Canada. Even if the Post Office Department does not recognize Prince Edward Island as a separate postal district, as it should under the agreement of 1873, the Post Office Department has no right to get rid of Prince Edward Island by leaving it off the map. I hope that the Postmaster General (Mr. Rinfret) will correct this and not allow any more of these advertisements to be published.
Subtopic: PRIVILEGE, MR. MCLURE OMISSION OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND FROM MAP PUBLISHED IN ADVERTISEMENT