There is a serious issue involved in connection with this. The hon. member showed me the answer he received, which was not an answer to his question at all. He submitted to the clerk before placing it on the order paper a question which contained an extract from a newspaper. The clerk struck it out and put on the order paper a question of his own making, which was not satisfactory to the hon. member; however that has nothing to do with this. But the answer does not deal with the question. The hon. member has shown me the extract from the newspaper, which is in quotation marks, a declaration of policy by the head of the broadcasting commission, for which the government now assumes full responsibility, in view of what was said last session, and the question whether or not that policy is authorized by this government is a proper question.
Subtopic: ADDRESS BY MR. GLADSTONE MURRAY AS REPORTED IN THE PRESS