Mr. Howe (Pori Arthur):
I expect some day to get trophies from both the curling associations and the skating rink associations of the prairies. I believe more rinks have been built to store grain in the past three years than have been built in the prairies ever since the first settler arrived. The storage is paid under an arrangement with one of the line elevator companies, which is responsible to the wheat board and has authority to move that grain into offsite storage, which is the rink, and pay the owner of the rink a fee out of his receipt for storage which is supposed to be onsite storage. It is a legalized arrangement, but the offsite storage arrangement is made between the line elevator company and the owners of the offsite storage.
Subtopic: TABLE II