Mr. ANDERSON (Toronto):
The hon. member probably knows that better than I do; I do not know the reason. If the Hudson Bay railway was a justifiable work for the Liberal party to undertake in 1910; if it was a proper work for the Conservative government to carry on until 1918-I suppose the war had something to do with the suspension of the work at that time-why have not the present government made themselves responsible for its continuance and the necessary expenditure of money it involves?
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