June 27, 1935 (17th Parliament, 6th Session)

LIB

John Campbell Elliott

Liberal

Mr. ELLIOTT:

We should not consider this as a family quarrel. If this litigant has not started this legislation with the meekness and humility due from a province to the dominion, perhaps it will change the endorsement on the writ to more polite terms. I submit we should agree with the suggestion that this matter should not be pressed at the present time. Perhaps it will be a little cooler next week and a Sunday will have intervened. It is possible that those who are now taking this very severe view may revise their idea and not ask that this legislation be proceeded with at the present time.

Topic:   FARMERS' CREDITORS ACT
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