This is probably not the time to discuss it, but there are two or three ways open for dealing with the question. One w'ay, of course, was to deal with it under the War Measures Act. We did not desire to proceed by that method because it would not have made it possible to have the kind of discussion here that members would want to have. I am quite sure that we can arrange for the kind of discussion and just as full a discussion as hon. members would have if legislation were introduced; and if the house will leave it at that until we come to it to-morrow, or whatever day we do come to it, we can have a full discussion then.