If the hon. member for Chambly-Rouville (Mr. Johnson) could be polite for one moment perhaps I could put my question. Could I ask the house leader, without any assistance from the hon. gentleman, what the business will be for the rest of the week, and whether the government's undertaking to go back to the speech from the throne on Friday will be honoured.
-that an alleged undertaking has been broken, which is not the case at all. However, we cannot debate those matters at this stage. The business for tomorrow is the same as I outlined last evening, with the exception that the second last item will be No. 5 on today's order paper, second reading of Bill No. C-67 which deals with the proposed railway line in Gaspe. The last item will then be Bill No. C-38, in the name of the Minister of Justice, dealing with the reporting of financial and other statistics.