I certainly did. That is not my function, Mr. Chairman. I submit that it is not the duty of a member of parliament to furnish the names of men who should be given employment. Had I done so I would have been challenged in this house for giving the names of Liberals. I told the engineer, "It
is your duty to go to the municipal authorities or to the municipal hall and find out what men are destitute and in need of employment."
I take pride in saying that I did not suggest one name to him. I am glad to see that the minister has had some report, because the facts are exactly as I have stated them.