May 28, 1940 (19th Parliament, 1st Session)

NAT

Ernest Edward Perley

National Government

Mr. PERLEY:

The minister will recall that last year there was quite a long discussion and consideration in committee having to do with the general revision of the Canada Grain Act and the question of the drying and mixing of grain. Drying through such a process as is outlined here was considered at some length. Would the minister inform us whence came the demand for this provision, that is, allowing tough grain to be mixed with straight or dry grain for drying purposes?

Topic:   CANADA GRAIN ACT
Subtopic:   CORRECTION OF INACCURACIES IN CHAPTER 36 OF STATUTES OF 1939
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