April 13, 1962 (24th Parliament, 5th Session)


Walter George Pitman

New Democratic Party

Mr. Pitman:

Last night before the committee rose there was some discussion which had to be cut off with regard to the work being done by the queen's printer in connection with the printing and distribution of the Canadian Bill of Rights. We in this party feel that the bill of rights was probably one of the proudest achievements which parliament has been able to carry out over

the past century. However, I think the worst thing which could be done is to associate this achievement with any particular party or prime minister.

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