Mr. GORDON GRAYDON (Peel):
should like to direct a question either to the Prime Minister or to the Secretary of State for External Affairs-I think it affects both. During the last session of parliament the standing committee on external affairs, with the later concurrence of the house, agreed that arrangements should be made for the discussion from time to time of international affairs. Will the government give consideration to meeting the wishes of the committee and of parliament as expressed last session, so that there will be an opportunity to discuss international matters on the floor of the house, not after the event but while the issues are still fresh in the minds of the public, thereby giving the people the opportunity of expressing their views on the various questions?
Subtopic: EXTERNAL AFFAIRS