Right Hon. L. S. St. Laurent (Prime Minister):
I was asked yesterday if some arrangement could be made to answer questions which appear on the order paper, and to have motions for production of papers considered. I promised to have a word with the leader of the opposition (Mr. Drew) and with the leaders of the other groups to see what might appear to be most convenient to them in that regard. Of course if the special order were exhausted in the meantime the question would not arise; but if the debate on the address is still continuing I would suggest, Mr. Speaker, that on Wednesday next, before the special order is called, you call questions and notices of motions for production of papers.
Subtopic: QUESTIONS AND MOTIONS FOR PRODUCTION OF PAPERS