No, Mr. Speaker. To my knowledge no objections were addressed to me. Anyway, as I said before, the decision was not my own, but was made by an official in the discharge of his duties as citizenship registrar. But I now assume full responsibility for this decision.
Subtopic: CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION
Sub-subtopic: REMOVAL FROM CITIZENSHIP COURTS OF PORTRAITS OF QUEEN
Mr. Speaker, I wish to direct my question to the Minister of Public Works.
Several weeks ago I asked the minister if his department was contemplating the possibility or opportunity to build public buildings in Hull, Ottawa's neighbour on the other side of the river. The minister told me then that the matter had been agreed to in principle and that we should get an answer within a few days or a few weeks.
Well, several weeks have elapsed since the minister told us that the principle had been accepted. Is he in a position today to tell us what his department or the government intends to do in this respect?
Subtopic: PUBLIC BUILDINGS
Sub-subtopic: HULL, QUEBEC-INQUIRY AS TO CONSTRUCTION
Mr. Speaker, my question is directed to the Minister of Trade and Commerce. Has the minister or the government received any representations or communications from the United States government with regard to oil imports into the United States from Canada, to the effect that the pressure is on to have the quantities reduced?
Subtopic: OIL-PRESSURE TO REDUCE EXPORTS FROM CANADA TO U.S.