Mr. R. S. LAKE (Qu'Appelle).
Mr. Speaker, before the Orders of the Day are called, I rise to a question of privilege to call attention to a [DOT]misrepresentation of my remarks of last Thursday evening, which appeared in the * Globe ' newspaper on the 31st of March. I spoke at such a late hour that I can readily understand that some mistakes might have crept in, and I am quite sure the representatives of that paper will be very glad to make the correction. In the ' Globe ' report I am credited with having said that I approved of the teaching of religious doctrine in the schools, although I regretted the opportunity was not always availed of. My actual remarks were ' that doctrine and dogma should be kept to the church and to the home.' The report went on to say :
Although many Catholics sent their children to the public schools, many desired to have separate schools.
I did not express any such opinion in the remarks I made.