I am rather at a loss to understand why this statement should be made as a question of privilege. After hearing the statement made by the leader of the opposition, I would think that it might properly come up by way of a motion in the house, rather than as a matter of privilege
on the routine proceedings. I am just making that suggestion now, so that both the government and the leader of the opposition may consider it.
Mr. G.RAYDON: I was hoping that what Your Honour has suggested would be the next step to be taken by the Prime Minister.
Subtopic: ME. GRAYDON-FREEDOM OF SPEECH IN THE PARLIAMENT OF CANADA