March 21, 1945 (19th Parliament, 6th Session)


Arthur Wentworth Roebuck


Mr. A. W. ROEBUCK (Trinity):

Mr. Speaker, may I just take a moment to congratulate my gallant and learned friend from Grey-Bruce (Mr. Harris) upon the informed and thoughtful address he has just delivered. It ran through my mind that if all statesmen of the world approached this problem with such judicial calm, good will and kindness of thought we would not have war in the world, irrespective of the institutions we might support. It was a fine address.
On motion of Mr. Roebuck the debate was adjourned.
On motion of Mr. Mackenzie King the house adjourned at 10.45 p.m.
FMr. W. E. Harris.]
Thursday, March 22, 1945

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