March 2, 1920 (13th Parliament, 4th Session)


Herbert Macdonald Mowat



If that is the sort of an
election which my hon. friend is in such a hurry to bring on, the sooner he brings it on the better. I shall not support the amendment because, much as I regret to say it, I do not believe in its sincerity. But I should like to support any motion which would bring on an election now, because at the present time my fortunes are linked up on this side of the House, and if there were an election now I have not the slightest doubt that there would be a repetition of the result of the election of 1917. I see humour and risibility depicted in the faces of my hon. friends from Quebec. I am not at all sure that the result in Quebec would be the same as before.

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