We would gladly do it to please my hon. friend and his electors, but
it is not very convenient to establish schools in every part of all the provinces. We have a school now in nearly every province, one at Halifax and another at Yarmouth for Nova Scotia, one at Saint John for New Brunswick, one in the city of Quebec, one at Kingston and another at Collingwood for Ontario, and another at Prince Rupert for British Columbia. So far as I am aware there have been no complaints from the public that there is an insufficient number of navigation schools. We are disposed to do anything that is reasonable to help the navigators, but in these times when we have had to reduce expenditures generally we did not think of increasing the number of schools. But in the future, if things continue to improve, as I think they are improving, if we see there is a necessity for more schools, this government will be disposed to do anything reasonable.
Mr. MARCH.: Can the minister say how many students attended the school at Quebec last year?