Will the hon. member
consider what her question implies? Mr. Roosevelt had a very different problem to consider on behalf of his country from that
which We have to consider on behalf of Canada in the present application. Surely if the hon. member has read his statement she will realize that he made that very clean He said he was entirely sympathetic with the desire of the province of Ontario and the Dominion of Canada to seek a market in the United States for surplus power. That is the attitude Mr. Roosevelt took, after learning of the conditions here to such an extent as he did learn them. He made it amply clear that his attitude was based On an entirely different point of view, namely, consideration of the best interests of the United States.
Subtopic: TRANSFEB TO PARLIAMENT OF CONTROL OF EXPORT EXCEPT IN INTERNATIONAL EMERGENCY