Mr. HANSON (York-Sunbury):
It is nearly midnight and resolution 6 has a great many implications. I think we had better adjourn, and I suggest that to-morrow the minister make a statement-I have no doubt he has one ready-as to the implications of this resolution. I am beginning to realize all that it does imply, although I can only visualize a part of it now. We ought to be told frankly all that is intended by the administration with respect to resolution 6.
Subtopic: WAR EXCHANGE CONSERVATION ACT, 1940