Mr. M. J. COLD WELL (Rosetown-Biggar):
This is one of those sad occasions on which members of the house join together in mourning the loss of one of their colleagues; and we too of this group wish to extend our deepest sympathy to those whom the late W. R. McDonald has left behind him. I came here in 1935, the year in which Mr. McDonald also became a member. I have had contact with him throughout these years as a member of the house and its committees, and I was always impressed by his friendliness and his courtesy and kindliness. Although our views differed from his, he commanded our respect, and we sincerely mourn his passing.