Mr. M. J. COLDWELL (Rosetown-Biggar):
May I follow the question asked by the leader of the opposition with a supplementary question. The War Expenditures committee has met very seldom and has not proceeded very far with its inquiry into public expenditures and the activities of the War Assets Corporation. Is it the intention of the government that the committee shall die, or is it to be continued during the recess? I understand that that would have to be done by the issue of a royal commission, but I am not sure.