Mr. JOHN BRACKEN (Leader of the Opposition):
A matter of some urgency has just come to my attention about which I would like to make an inquiry of the government. I am told that there are seamen employed on vessels operated by the Department of Transport and other owners who are working as long as eighty-four hours a week on the great lakes. What steps if any is the government taking to rectify this matter and thereby avoid a threatened seamen's strike?
Subtopic: GREAT LAKES SEAMEN'-HOURS OF WORK