Mr. G. A. CRUICKSHANK (Fraser Valley):
I should like to ask the Minister
of Labour two questions with respect to a matter which I believe is of urgent national importance, owing to the prominence it has received in the Vancouver Daily Province of April 27. What steps are being taken to maintain the prestige of the authorities in connection with the hunger strikes by the Japanese in British Columbia? Are wealthy Japanese allowed to settle wherever they see fit, and in whatever manner they desire, for the duration?