April 9, 1946 (20th Parliament, 2nd Session)

PC

Howard Charles Green

Progressive Conservative

Mr. GREEN:

Well, in effect that is what he said, and every time he gets a little worried about remarks made about some part of the bill he gets up and raises this point of order. Every speech made thus far on the second reading has contained some reference to one or other of the sections. For example, the member for Outremont and the member for Chambly-Rouville spoke on section 26, and the minister allowed them to go ahead without raising any point.

Topic:   CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP
Subtopic:   NATIONALITY, NATUKALIZATION AND STATUS OF ALIENS
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