That is my opinion, and I have as much a right to it as the Deputy Speaker has to his. If that is the reason, namely, that it is money that, so they suppose, does not come out of the immediate community-although in the last analysis it does-but comes from the federal treasury and therefore they try to get more and more of it, that is not a very sound argument in favour of cadet training. All the old arguments have been reviewed. It is a very good thing from a financial point of view for the teacher of cadet training, but from that of the boys themselves, from that of the financial condition of the country and from that of education, I think the argument is all against cadet training. While I am not going to move that the item be reduced, since the minister tells us that most of it is already spent, I should like to say once more that I am entirely opposed to cadet training in either public or high schools. I believe the tendency of public opinion is in that direction and the vote will decrease from year to year.
Mr. LaVERGNE : May I remind the hon. member, who holds such an opinion about Quebec, that she should travel through that province and she would find the money question is not the great object there. My people have been trained to believe that man does not live by bread alone.