Mr. Speaker, I take it that tomorrow we will continue with this debate.
More of the same tomorrow, Mr. Speaker, and perhaps on Thursday.
They cannot make up their minds about anything, poor fellows.
Mr. Speaker, I wonder if unanimous consent could be given with respect to tomorrow's order paper; that is, to having
private members' bills printed for private members hour and giving them precedence during that hour.
I did not hear what was said.
It has been suggested by the parliamentary secretary that the private bills be printed on tomorrow's order paper and by unanimous consent be given precedence during private members' hour.
Business of the House
I think we would agree to that if the hon. gentleman has any expectation of making progress on them.
Is it agreed that private bills be printed under private members' business tomorrow with priority?
It being two minutes past ten o'clock the house adjourned, without question put, pursuant to standing order.
Wednesday. April 18, 1962