My information is that they use dynamite. Mine sweeping is always a more or less dangerous occupation. We cannot distinguish between different classes of war work for the sake of this Bill. It would appear to me to be utterly illogical to do so as long as the men are not engaged around our own shores, where, of course, conditions are quite different. These men are engaged in active service in connection with the war, and there is a measure of peril attached to their occupation.
Mr. A. Ki MACLEAN: What about those who are working on shore in the Naval Service?
Subtopic: THE HOUSE IN COMMITTEE ON THE WARTIME ELECTIONS ACT-RULE 17B APPLIED.