Right Hon. W. L. MACKENZIE KING (Leader of the Opposition):
Mr. Speaker, there has been intimation in the press of the names of certain gentlemen likely to accompany the Prime Minister to the World Economic and Monetary conference. Might I ask the Prime Minister if he is in a position to state who will accompany him, and will he so inform the house, if not at the moment, before we adjourn?
I notice also that the Prime Minister of Great Britain has intimated to the British house the attitude he intends to take with respect to some questions coming up at the conference. Does the Prime Minister of Canada intend to make a similar, or any, intimation of his position?