Mr. GORDON GRAYDON (Leader of the Opposition):
There is a question I should
like to direct to the Prime Minister. Last August, I am not sure of the date, but I know it was near the end of the session, and at the beginning of this session, a report of the civil service commission was laid on the table-two reports, if I remember correctly-with respect to the House of Commons, and particularly the protective staff who are in the precincts of this chamber and of this House of Commons jurisdiction. It was left, as Your Honour stated, to be dealt with by parliament; but parliament cannot deal with it unless some initiative is taken by the government, and I was wondering if the Prime Minister had anything in mind in this regard during this session.