Mr. W. E. KNOWLES (Moosejaw):
I desire to ask the hon. Minister of the Interior (Mr. Roche) certain questions with regard to the regulations under which harvesting help may enter Canada, and, with the permission of the House, I will read a short extract from a letter, which shows the circumstances in the district south of Swift Current, where the entry 'offices are far apart: 1
1 live on the International line forty miles south of Admiral, and am familiar with conditions on both sides of the line. The last three years there have been hundreds cross at harvest and threshing time, but this year the report has spread that the regulations are so drastic that they are afraid to come into the country.
In view of this report, I would ask if the minister could not issue an announcement that bona fide harvesters will not be inteT-LMr. Macdonald.]
fered with, and that they need not travel to far distant points to get the necessary certificate.