February 26, 1937 (18th Parliament, 2nd Session)


James Allison Glen

Liberal Progressive


In any case, if he wishes the act to be successfully carried out, why would he immediately arouse antagonisms and hostilities throughout the whole district by discharging the men now acting? The minister is entitled to have some say as to who shall administer the act, because upon him rests the responsibility. As I understand his capabilities, he will see that the act is carried out properly. Eor Manitoba's sake I am interested in a proper administration. When the time comes for the formation of the committees I shall be pleased to suggest the names of men who, although they may be Tories in politics, would carry out their duties in a proper manner.
For these reasons I approve of the amendment, and I believe the minister is entitled to passage of the measure. In that I shall support him.

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