On Monday, or when we take this up again, perhaps the minister will be prepared to tell us something about the auxiliary educational services. I believe that this is one of the best things being done in connection with our war services at the present time, and I should be glad if the minister could give the committee a detailed story of what is being done in regard to both prisoners of war and our own young men overseas. It would be a good thing for the country and the house to get a complete picture.
Mr. LaFLECHE: I shall be pleased to do so, and I thank the hon. member for suggesting it. I think there is a nice story to tell.