There is such unity on this side of the House that we do not need so many conferences as our hon. friends opposite do. in then' efforts to steer north by south. Let me say, however, dealing with the matter seriously, that I do not think Mr. EARLE.
it would be wise for my hon. friend to press the amendment excluding the Chinese particularly. The exclusion of any particular nationality is always a matter of some delicacy, and might give rise to some difficult international question. If the matter is to be dealt with, it should be dealt with on broader lines, and any legislation that may be necessary for the protection of Canadian labour should be contained in a general Bill, which will apply not only to this company, but to all other companies in Canada.