Before we rise I wish to say, in reply to the hon. member, that Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation is located some distance from the city at a point where there are, among other things, cheaper land values. And I am sure the Canadian taxpayer, in the over-all picture, has not suffered because Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation has the type of building it has.
Tomorrow we shall take up the remaining estimates in resources and development, and then justice, national revenue, labour, and citizenship and immigration, in that order. And we would appreciate the continued co-operation of hon. members in the opposition so that we may conclude at the earliest possible moment.