Edmund Leverett Morris (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Trade and Commerce)
With every respect, that is what I am endeavouring to do, to point out that the hon. gentleman asserts that I said things which he is not capable of asserting. This is a quotation from an erroneous newspaper report. What I said was that conditions in Nova Scotia were bad, and I underline "were" but that matters had improved since June, 1957. I intend to repeat the speech later this week.
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