Mr. W. T. LUCAS (Camrose):
Mr. Speaker, I doubt if anything that has happened in the last few yegre has stirred the people of Canada to such an extent as the shocking evidence brought out before the price spreads commission. In the mind of almost everyone there was a general feeling that all was not well, but official evidence was brought out before the commission which leaves no doubt as to the actual conditions that exist. I think it was the hon. member for Hants-Kings (Mr. Usley), speaking this afternoon, who said that it might be well to leave this legislation over to be dealt with by another parliament.