June 1, 1951 (21st Parliament, 4th Session)


James Garfield Gardiner (Minister of Agriculture)


Mr. Gardiner:

A report on the nine commodities I mentioned has been published and distributed, along the line of what has been suggested. Some people may think it is not as well done as in the United States; some may think it is better done. I am not prepared to say one way or the other. During the war period we did make very careful studies of those questions in connection with price controls. It may be that in the United States their studies are a little more careful at the present time because they have price controls there, and these things are important in that connection.

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