April 27, 1911 (11th Parliament, 3rd Session)

LIB

William Manley German

Liberal

Mr. GERMAN.

With the men through Mr. Champagne and Mr. Page. The evidence shows clearly what happened, and we cannot go outside the record. The evidence shows that Mr. Lanctot went to the yards, having first spoken to Page about being able to secure the men. He went to

the yeards to see Papineau, to get the consent of Papineau, he got the consent of Champagne, and Mr. Lanetot that day left Sorel, and was not back for several weeks, and was there for only a little time in the summer; Champagne and Page were the men exclusively and solely responsible for the sending of the employees and the providing of the paint.

Topic:   CHARGES AGAINST MR. A.
Subtopic:   LANCTOT, M.P.
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