Mr. Chairman, I think
the hon. member need have no great fear for the future in connection with this matter. The bill under discussion is the same bill that has given the government power to make guarantees to this company. That power ceases by passage of time on March 31 next. Surely it is obvious to every hon. member, whether the government was right or wrong in taking the course it did to support the grain market in western Canada, that having done what it did it -must continue after March 31. It is quite true that on the order paper there appears a resolution with respect to a grain board. All I can say-and the hon. member knows this very well-is that when that legislation -comes down its intent will be made clear, and the extent to which it will supersede the present policy or whether the board will be entirely separate from that policy. I can say no more about it; the legislation when it is brought down will speak for itself.
Subtopic: FURTHER PROVISION FOR CARRYING OUT RELIEF
Sub-subtopic: MEASURES, MEETING FINANCIAL CONDITIONS AND MAINTAINING CREDIT OF DOMINION AND PROVINCES