Tomorrow, Mr. Speaker, we shall start with the estimates of the Post Office Department. I understand the Postmaster General will not be able to be here after one o'clock so that after that we shall turn to the following bills: the second reading of the Canadian National Railways financing bill; the Prairie Grain Producers Interim Financing Act; the Windsor harbour commissioners; the north Pacific seal resolution; the eastern rocky mountain bill; the Senate amendments with respect to the Exchequer Court Act; and the Territorial Lands Act and the Currency, Mint and Exchange Fund Act. If they are completed then other items of legislation will be taken up in whatever manner might be indicated at that time.
May I also say that we have been asked on several occasions how much of this the government feels ought to be passed before prorogation and I should like to express my views on that so that hon. members may consider what I have to say. There is no reason why all the items on the order paper cannot be disposed of in the time we have left.