Mr. R. M. Warren (Renfrew North):
Mr. Speaker, I rise on a question of privilege. My question relates to the beauty of Ottawa and the parliament buildings. During the months I am in Ottawa I live up in room 669, which is a small office. I am not fussy, but there are no conveniences-not even running water. It is all right for me. I do have, however, a good many visitors, among whom are many students. There is a window in that office, and the first thing a student wants to do is to put his head out the window and take a look. What does he look at? He looks at the library of parliament, that tower, and what does he see? Some years ago the glass in those windows was broken, and they are now covered by boards. The glass has not yet been replaced. I wonder if the Minister of Public Works would consider replacing that glass to make the view more attractive.
The thing that really makes me grumble is the lack of a bridge across the Ottawa river. This bridge should have been built fifty years ago, and when the minister is considering my problem he could also keep that in mind.
Subtopic: REPLACEMENT OF GLASS IN WINDOWS OF LIBRARY