Mr. H. R. ARGUE (Wood. Mountain):
Mr. Speaker, I rise to a question of privilege arising out of an article appearing in the Montreal Gazette of Friday, February 27. It is headed "H. A. Argue gives dig at Saskatchewan government on Wheat Board Act". My initials, Mr. Speaker, are not H. A., but H. R. Further, I was not digging at the Saskatchewan government, and my further point of privilege is contained in the first sentence of the article, which reads:
With an election in the offing in Saskatchewan the government's forthcoming resolution to amend the Canadian Wheat Board Act to provide for controls over oats and barley similar to those now on wheat "is a good political gesture at this time." H. A. Argue (PC)-
I object, Mr. Speaker, to that very degrading indication that I am a member of the Progressive Conservative party.
Subtopic: MR. ARGUE-REFERENCE TO REPORT IN MONTREAL