November 7, 1941 (19th Parliament, 2nd Session)


Clarence Decatur Howe (Minister of Munitions and Supply)



Yes, definitely, but it was a difficult problem. It was not working well when I was there; they were still making adjustments. In Canada, which is more highly mechanized, more dependent upon internal combustion engines, it is much more difficult. The mere printing of the coupon books is no small task. That work, however, is well under way. It is the only fair method. Each man is given so much gas per month, according to his needs; if he wishes to use it all in a week, that is his affair.

Topic:   THE WAR
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