Mr. DONALD M. FLEMING (Eglinton): Mr. Speaker, I rise on a question, of privilege. During my absence from the house yesterday afternoon, after which I returned last evening, the Minister of National Health and Welfare (Mr. Martin) referred to myself. After referring to the C.C.F., he is reported on page 4644 of yesterday's Hansard as saying:
-they have the same opportunity of doing what I think my hon. friend the leader of the opposition (Mr. Bracken) did and what the member for Eglinton (Mr. Fleming) did. They called up George Drew on the telephone anil said, "'You had better increase your pension as a result of Martin's bill."
I want to say, with all the emphasis and all the force which the rules of this house permit to a member, that in. that statement by the Minister of National Health and Welfare there is not the slightest word of truth. There is not-