February 8, 1934 (17th Parliament, 5th Session)

LAB

Humphrey Mitchell

Labour

Mr. HUMPHREY MITCHELL (East Hamilton):

Mr. Speaker, I am sorry that owing to my inability to understand the French language. I cannot discuss any of the points raised by the last speaker (Mr. St-Pere) in the debate. My remarks this evening however arise from my sense of duty to bring before this house some of the points which have not been raised during the present debate, place before hon. members the points of view of some of the industrial workers in Canada, and to describe the conditions existing in Canada's largest industrial city.
I listened intently to the remarks of the Prime Minister (Mr. Bennett) concerning the

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