April 10, 1934 (17th Parliament, 5th Session)

LIB

William Lyon Mackenzie King (Leader of the Official Opposition)

Liberal

Mr. MACKENZIE KING:

The amendment now before the committee is a relatively minor one and at the time it was introduced I said that I did not think we would take specific exception to it. I see no reason why it should not be passed. I could then put before the committee an amendment which really embodies that to which we are taking the strongest exception. Will the chairman please read the amendment?

Topic:   UNEMPLOYMENT AND FARM RELIEF
Subtopic:   BILL IN TERMS GENERALLY OF RELIEF ACT, 1933, WITH PROVISION RESPECTING DELAYED RELIEF ACCOUNTS
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