I will deal with whichever statement pleases you, Mr. Speaker. I wish to say to the minister now that, however much I might in the heat of political controversy wish to score on somebody, I do not wish to do that-probably I could not anyway-in this instance. I do not wish to take out of the minister's speech a phrase, a paragraph or a page that may reflect an opinion which is not his. I have read his remarks not once but many times. Having scrutinized them with the utmost care, I interpret his speech as a whole,-and I will not worry him with half a dozen quotations, which I have here in my hand and c-ould give him,-and it left me and the house under the impression that in his considered opinion a national emergency is not a condition sine qua non to the invasion by the federal government of the provincial jurisdiction.
Subtopic: CONTINUATION OF CERTAIN ORDERS AND REGULATIONS