July 6, 1942 (19th Parliament, 3rd Session)

LIB

Arthur Graeme Slaght

Liberal

Mr. SLAGHT:

I came into the chamber on purpose to listen to my hon. friend discuss Bill No. 80, because I have regard for his views on many matters. But while the subject with which he has occupied his time may be of interest and may be of importance, it does seem to me that it has nothing whatever to do with Bill No. 80, which proposes to strike out section 3 of the National Resources Mobilization Act, which section places a restriction on where men who are called up may be sent to serve. Surely we are far afield in this discussion.

Topic:   MOBILIZATION ACT
Subtopic:   AMENDMENT TO REPEAL SECTION 3 PROVIDING LIMITATION IN RESPECT TO SERVICE OVERSEAS
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