April 17, 1925 (14th Parliament, 4th Session)


Donald MacBeth Kennedy


Mr. D. M. KENNEDY (West Edmonton):

I wonder whether the Minister of Railways can tell us to-day anything more about the Peace

river transportation question. I understand he has had an interview with the heads of the railways, and he could possibly tell us whether any recommendation has been made or whether it is impossible to come to an agreement.
Hon. GEORGE P. GRAHAM (Minister of Railways): If my hon. friend asks me
whether I have learned anything, I can only say that I am learning every day something about Peace river. Yesterday I learned a good deal, and among other things both railway heads told me that the solution of the Peace river problem was one of the most difficult that either of them had ever come across in all his experience. Further than that I think I have nothing to say at present.

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