November 19, 1945 (20th Parliament, 1st Session)

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Mr. M. J. COLD WELL@Rosetown-Biggar

Before the motion is put, I should like to express, on behalf of my colleagues and myself, appreciation of the visit of the Prime Minister of Great Britain. We have listened to a splendid address, one which expresses clearly the aspirations and hopes not only of a political party but also of the common people of Great Britain. It is fitting that this motion should be made and the address in the House of Commons Debates recorded. I am sure that we all join in wishing the Prime Minister and his party a swift and safe journey to-night across the Atlantic.

Topic:   PRIME MINISTER ATTLEE
Subtopic:   ADDRESS TO MEMBERS OF SENATE AND HOUSE OF COMMONS THIS DAY TO BE PRINTED IN OFFICIAL REPORT OF DEBATES
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