I am going to take the Quebec members of the ministry as I find them. They have all used me right since I came into this house. But they will not take exception to my stating that so far they have shown no particular evidence of any knowledge of agriculture. True, my good friend the Minister of Marine (Mr. Duranleau) has withdrawn his bill to amend the Canada Shipping Act with respect to the coasting trade, and that is all in his favour and may indicate a desire to consider the western farmers' viewpoint on this question. Then we have my two good friends of the medical fraternity, the Minister of Pensions and National Health (Mr. MacLaren) and the Minister of National Defence (Mr. Sutherland); they are both good doctors and I think they will be all right where they are until the electors decide otherwise. I have nothing to say against them.