Mr. GORDON GRAYDON (Peel):
Mr. Speaker, I rise to a question of privilege. It arises out of a question of privilege raised by the hon. member for Cariboo (Mr. Irvine) yesterday, in which he took exception to a news item which appeared in yesterday's Globe and Mail regarding "confusion in Commons after Bracken motion forces first division." Having given his objection and put it upon the record, the hon. member concluded by saying:
In the third place, there was no confusion except in the mind of the writer of this report.
I have in my hand an air mail bulletin which came to me this morning; it is put out by the Canadian information service, Ottawa, Canada-and on that point I want to direct a subsequent question to the Secretary of State for External Affairs. This is the news item which appears in the air mail bulletin published by a government department and carrying, I take it, the imprimatur of the government.
Subtopic: MR. GRAYDON-REFERENCE TO ARTICLE IN GLOBE AND MAIL