My hon. friend has mentioned this Museum building that we are meeting in. If the building they are putting up in Quebec is going to be like this one it would be better if they took ten or fifteen years more to complete it. This building was constructed during the time my hon. friend was a minister of the Crown. By some, the building is regarded as absolutely unsafe. Only a short time ago they had to take part of it down to prevent the whole thing from coming down. I presume the plans for this building bad the hon. gentleman's approval when he was a member of the Government. Therefore, when he recommends an architect as able to carry out a work to perfection in a very short time, I take his recommendation with a very large dose of salt, in view of what his architects have done. Here is a building with cracks in it; it is going to pieces, sliding down the hill into the canal or
somewhere else. This building was put up at a time when the hon. gentleman had a say in the erection of public buildings.