Hon. JOHN HAGGART (South Lanark).
Before you leave the Chair, Mr. Speaker, I wish to ask a question of the right hon. premier. He said that the government did not intend to bring down any subsidies for railroads this session, but I understood him to say that at no time was it more desirable that assistance should be given to railroads in particular parts of the country, and he intimated that in the opinion of the government there should be some assistance given to certain railroads next session.