Mr. E. A. McCusker (Regina City):
Mr. Speaker, on a question of privilege, I should like to call the attention of hon. members to the fact that sitting in the gallery today are six young curling teams, four from the western provinces of Canada, and two from Ontario. They have been taking part in the dominion competition in Quebec city for the Sifton trophy, emblematic of the championship of school curling in Canada. They tell me that they have had a wonderful time there, and much has been done to cement the entente cordiale.
I am also pleased to announce that the team from my home city, the Scott collegiate institute team, was successful. That in itself is not important. The important thing is that today throughout Canada there are thousands of young boys and girls learning this game, which teaches people to lose gracefully and win graciously.
Subtopic: DOMINION COMPETITION IN QUEBEC CITY
Sub-subtopic: VICTORY OF REGINA TEAM