June 17, 1946 (20th Parliament, 2nd Session)

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Thomas Miller Bell

Mr. M. J. COLD WELL (Rosetown-Biggar):

It is unnecessary for me to add anything to what the leader of the opposition (Mr. Bracken) has said. We join with him in his welcome to the Prime Minister. We are glad to see him back, and for a change we agree with all that the leader of the opposition said.
Mr. SOLON E. LOW (Peace River): May I join with the two hon. gentlemen who have spoken in welcoming the Prime Minister, and say that I have been looking forward to his return ever since he left, because I am still very much concerned about the hot weather. I am happy he is here again, because it augurs well for some speed in getting through the work of the session, so that we shall not have to sit here through the heat of the summer. We are pleased to see him looking so well.

Topic:   THE PRIME MINISTER
Subtopic:   EXPRESSIONS OF WELCOME ON RETURN FROM OVERSEAS
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