The hon. member has had his opportunity on the question of privilege and he has not denied it. After all, oil has to come into the question. Everybody else
brings oil into the question of the coal problem, so why should not I bring it in? Why has the hon. member offered no criticism of the administration of the day in New Brunswick which is going to use oil in the thermal plant there and by-pass considerable assistance from the federal government? In the event that they used coal in the Saint John thermal plant this government would have assisted to a great extent. They have by-passed that assistance in favour of using oil. I need not go on to explain why the hon. member is probably very much aware why they have by-passed coal.