November 8, 1945 (20th Parliament, 1st Session)

PC

Wilfrid Garfield Case

Progressive Conservative

Mr. CASE:

Do not ever suppose, Mr. Speaker, that these hon. gentlemen who try to detract from my remarks bother me in the least, because, after all, I have in the depths of my heart something they would do well to possess. If they think I should speak louder I shall be proud indeed to shout from the housetops the remarks I have to make to-night. Let me remind you that but for the [DOT] fact that the British people were prepared to die on their feet rather than take orders on their knees you would not be debating to-night whether we should adopt a new flag for Canada.
Mr. McDONAI.D (Pontiac): Address the
Chair.

Topic:   CANADIAN FLAG
Subtopic:   APPOINTMENT OF COMMITTEE TO CONSIDEB AND REPORT ON SUITABLE DESIGN
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