Before that report was made I communicated with the reporters and they said it would be very difficult for them even with two sessions a day, and now that we are trying to get through as quickly as possible and trying to have three sessions a day they said it would be very hard to have the report from day to day.
It was in the general course of the proceedings of the committee. When there was a question of having another session in the afternoon the reporters said it was very doubtful if they could manage to have the whole thing reported.
I would ask my hon. friend (Mr. Geoffrion) whether he denies that there has been a change in the recommendation. I do not understand that my hon. friend denies that; I do not understand the Prime Minister denies it, because we have the papers here to show exactly what took place. The recommendation of the committee was in these words:
Mr. Lennox moved that the committee recommend that their proceedings and the evidence taken by them be printed and reported to the House from day to day.
That motion was agreed to, but the report which is made to the House omitted the important words: ,
* and reported to the House/
There has obviously been a change. My hon. friend (Mr. Geoffrion) does not deny there has been a change. Was that change a mistake or was it intentional?
Does my hon. friend take the position that knowing there was a mistake-because he has admitted that-and declaring that that change was [DOT]not intentional, does he now take the position that he will not correct it?