On the orders of the day:
Mr. J. E. PREVOS'T (Terrebonne) (translation) : Mr. Speaker, before the Orders
of the Day are called, I beg to point out to the Government the following facts as they were reported to me in a letter which I have just received.
It is in further reference to the brutal unjust dealings of the Federal police officers in the carrying out of the Compulsory Military Service Act. Here is the letter addressed to me by a notable citizen of TeTrebonne, in my own county, and which is dated April 24.
Mr. J. E. PrSvost, M.P.,
Since this morning, on the 23rd, there are in Terrebonne-