I do not wish to carry it) further; my point is that it would be fair for this committee to return the corrected. Bill to the Private Bills Committee for their consideration, so that the Ontario government might have an opportunity to have their representative present and give their views upon this Bill. This is undoubtedly an interference with the policy of the provincial government of Ontario. The very changes that have been made in the Bill since its first introduction show that. I
am quite sure the Prime Minister wishes to be fair with this House and with the province of Ontario, and that he would not be a party to pressing through the House a Bill, of this kind without first giving the province an opportunity to appear before, the Private Bills Committee, for the amended Bill has not been before that committee. This House should not adopt a Bill of this kind which is taking away the rights of the people of Ontario and conferring them on a speculative concern.