the hon. member for Digby and Annapolis (Mr. Lovett) thinks I am wrong. The vote for 1920-21 was No. 192, "St. John, New Brunswick, and ports on the bay of Fundy and Minas basin and Margaretville, N.S., steam service between." As I read it, that combination service was $5,000. What is the reason for the increase?
my constituency; the vote for $5,000 is in the constituency of the member for Kings, N.S. (Mr. Robinson). I know that $3,500 is the subsidy for the service in my constituency, and it has been the same for a long time.
Weymouth, Freeport, Westport, Tiverton, Little River, New Edinburgh, Plympton, and many other places where there is no rail connection. It is a very small subsidy. This boat is not making any money; the contractors just about broke even last year.