Mr. Speaker, I suppose one could forgive-two old hands having a little sentimental discussion. In reply, the Hon. Member for Sarnia-Lambton (Mr. Cullen) has struck upon one of the salient points which characterizes this particular debate. Tactically I think it was disastrous to have dumped on the Order Paper this plethora of useless amendments. The points could have been made with a few well chosen amendments, the same as did the Hon. Member for Vancouver South (Mr. Fraser) who wanted to emphasize those points worth emphasizing. Then the House could have been engaged in meaningful debate. The Solicitor General might not have been moved in frustration, and I can understand his frustration, to bring in allocation of time. It might have resulted in a better Bill. The net result is that I find I am a loser. Since the Bill could not be changed in compliance with the desires of the House, not the bureaucracy, we are the losers.
Subtopic: CANADIAN SECURITY INTELLIGENCE SERVICE ACT
Sub-subtopic: MEASURE TO ESTABLISH