Mr. Speaker, there were discussions this afternoon about the nature of the business for tomorrow. Perhaps at this time the acting government house leader would like to enlighten hon. members on this score.
Mr. Speaker, if the bills which the House has just considered and given first reading have been printed and are ready, we will proceed with the second reading of the Income Tax bill, followed by the Customs
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Tariff and Excise Tax bill. If they are not prepared and printed in time, we will proceed with item No. 8 on the Order Paper, the Expo winding-up bill, followed by item No. 11, the bill in respect of the Children of War Dead (Education Assistance) Act. We will then proceed with item No. 19, the Canada Student Loans Act. If we need more business for tomorrow, hon. members might consult Hansard for Friday last which contains the
Business of the House tentative plans we will follow as announced by the Solicitor General (Mr. Mcllraith).