I should like to ask a few questions with regard to the Suffield experimental station. In the first place, it is presumed to be a permanent station, and the question of building a few cottages as homes for the officers has come up from time to time, but nothing has been done. Then there is a rather more serious problem, in that the block takes in quite an area where the grass is fairly good, while the grass outside that area has been eaten off. A large part of this area is not being used for experimental purposes, according to my information, and those on the borders of the block who are so short of grass find it very exasperating, when they cannot get grass, to see that the grass within this field is not being used. There is also a more serious problem agitating the minds of the people of that locality, that is, the two prairie fires which were started within the area and which spread far beyond it. I personally saw a fire over a distance of forty miles, at least twelve to fifteen miles deep, which burned a lot of valuable grass. These people feel that they should be compensated for the loss of this grass, but month after month goes by and no compensation is given. I should like the minister to offer some indication as to whether their case is in good standing and whether they can hope to get any compensation for their loss.