Mr. G. A. Cruickshank (Fraser Valley):
Mr. Speaker, on a question of privilege, in this morning's Citizen certain derogatory remarks are made about me which I think are unfair, and I shall quote them. They are as follows:
. . . and, for the first time some members of parliament could recall, George Cruickshank (Lib.-Fraser Valley) didn't jump up to say that British Columbia could have produced something better.
The reference is to apples. I did not see this report. One of my colleagues, the hon. member for Vancouver South (Mr. Laing) saw it. We do not boast, and we have never boasted, particularly the member for Fraser Valley, about anything from British Columbia, but my hon. friend arranged to have flown from British Columbia these typical examples of what we produce and they are now on the members' desks. With your permission, Mr. Speaker, I should like to have it recorded that they are but a small example of what we can produce.
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