John George Diefenbaker
Mr. Speaker, I make the general observation that the hon. gentleman knows how things work. I am not trying to find out how things in this country work, but how things in the cabinet work when the cabinet arrives at a decision. In view of the definite recommendation of the people representing the city of Toronto who know something of the problem-it would be interesting to know the views of the minister in charge of housing in this connection-will the minister give reconsideration now to a matter which looks, on the face of it, to be a vast waste of money for this country as a whole.
Subtopic: PICKERING-SUGGESTED DELAY IN CONSTRUCTION IN VIEW OF RECOMMENDATION OF CITY OF TORONTO EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE