Mr. T. L. CHURCH (North Toronto):
I should like to call the attention of the government to the fact that several weeks ago I brought the matter of the diversion of water for the Chicago drainage canal before the House on a motion which was debated, and at the request of the government, the debate was adjourned. On my motion an order was made for the production of papers on [DOT]the subject, and later certain papers were tabled. In the meantime great damage is being done to navigation on the Great Lakes, and in several harbours the depth of water is from one to two and three feet lower than last year. What is being done, or what will be done about this matter? Several deputations from Ontario have gone to Washington in relation to the question, although they have done nothing and do not represent Canada. If the League of Nations is such a success, why not let them take a hand in this and also in the matter of the Toronto viaduct? If the government can get nowhere on this subject, when will an opportunity be afforded to again discuss the matter? Furthermore will the government do something?-as I do not wish to occupy further time with it this session.