Right Hon. J. G. GARDINER (Minister of Agriculture):
I shall be pleased to have a copy of the agreement with regard to hogs tabled as soon as possible. The other question is one which I think I can answer in a few words. Arrangements have been made to have an amount of butter brought into Canada from New Zealand and Australia as a result of the discussions that took place between the government of Britain, Canada. Australia and New Zealand, in order to make it possible to have the distribution of butter made in Canada which is provided for under the present rationing regulations. The amount which is brought in would only be sufficient to make that possible to May 1.
Subtopic: SALE OF HOG PRODUCTS TO THE UNITED KINGDOM
Sub-subtopic: IMPORTS OF NEW ZEALAND BUTTER