Mr. STANLEY KNOWLES (Winnipeg North Centre):
Mr. Speaker, I rise on a question of privilege. Yesterday I directed a question to the Minister of Labour with respect to the typographical dispute. The minister's reply, which is recorded on page 2633 of Hansard, reads in part as follows:
The typographical union insists that its own general rules, including local union rules, must become a part of the collective agreement with every employer with whom such agreement is negotiated. One provision of the general rules of the union is that such rules are not subject to arbitration.
Subtopic: MR. KNOWLES-TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION AND SOUTHAM NEWSPAPERS LABOUR DISPUTE