July 28, 1942 (19th Parliament, 3rd Session)

NAT

James Arthur Ross

National Government

Mr. ROSS (Souris):

That was lower than it had been prior to that.
There is another matter I would point out. The suggestion has been made that this subject should not be discussed on account of the relatives of the men. I have received a note from the mother of one boy in Winnipeg who is with the contingent, in which she asks me to find out "how many men were taken out of Tuxedo hospital, Winnipeg, and put on the train with the Grenadiers on the evening they left." That may be only rumour, but as I say, it is from a mother of one of the boys.

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