Mr. Robert Daudlin (Essex-Kent):
Mr. Speaker, this morning several young Canadians attended in the precincts of this House and obtained their gold and silver citizenship awards in a ceremony that was rather impressive to all who saw it. That they come from the Fourth Leamington Scout Troop is, of course, important to me, but I think they represent the best of what scouting stands for in all of Canada. This is something I am sure is important to all of us in this House.
Their leadership demonstrates that voluntarism is alive and well in Canada, and that we as Canadians can conclude from these achievements that a bright future lies ahead for Canada as a result of what they have achieved and of what the volunteers who are behind them have allowed them to achieve.
Subtopic: BOY SCOUTS OF CANADA
Sub-subtopic: FOURTH LEAMINGTON SCOUT TROOP-PRESENTATION OF CITIZENSHIP AWARDS