Hon. George A. Drew (Leader of ihe Opposition):
Yesterday, Mr. Speaker, I raised a subject that had been discussed in certain newspapers in the United States concerning the directive given in connection with fraternization between Eskimos and others from either Canada or the United States who may be working on the D.E.W. line. When I read the quotation from the New York Herald Tribune the minister indicated that he would take notice of the question I had raised. Then he closed his remarks in the first instance with these words:
I might say immediately, however, that I do not agree with the quotation.
Mr. Speaker, I now learn that the quotation is from the agreement between Canada and the United States of America to govern the establishment of a distant early warning system in Canadian territory, which was effected by an exchange of notes with Washington on May 5 of this year, 1955. There were certain additional words not included in the-
Subtopic: D.E.W. RADAR LINE-CONTACT WITH ESKIMOS