Mr. Speaker, there are two Indian reserves in my riding, and I consider them very fine reserves. Someone has said it is a very fine riding, and I heartily agree. I will not say it is the best riding in the country. I do not need to say it; you all know it. We have the Hiawatha reservation on Rice lake and the Mud lake reservation.
It is one minute to eleven, Mr. Speaker, and because of the noise coming from the other side of the chamber I know you cannot hear a word I say. Therefore I move the adjournment of the debate and ask you to call it eleven o'clock.
Topic: INDIAN ACT
Subtopic: CONSOLIDATION AND CLARIFICATION
Sub-subtopic: FUNDS AND EXPENDITURES, ETC.
Tomorrow we shall proceed with the bill amending the Indian Act, which was under consideration at eleven o'clock. Then we shall take up the legislation standing in the name of the
Business of the House
Minister of Justice, concerning amendments to the Judges Act and the Official Secrets Act. Then there is the shipping act, which has been reported from the committee tonight and will be considered in committee of the whole. Then we shall take up the bill to which the house was kind enough to give first reading a moment ago, and any other legislation there may be.