March 3, 1947 (20th Parliament, 3rd Session)

PC

Howard Charles Green

Progressive Conservative

Mr. GREEN:

On a question of privilege,
Mr. Speaker, I did not say anything of the kind. If the Secretaiy of State for External Affairs is trying to twist my speech to take that meaning from it he is being unfair and unjust to himself. I can assure him that
I did not have that meaning, and that I am just as strong for Canada as he is, or any other member on that side of the house.
Mr. ST. LAURENT: I said the implications of the hon. member's speech led me to believe that he wished us to retrace steps which I was not prepared to recommend retracing.

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