July 12, 1904 (9th Parliament, 4th Session)

LIB

Charles Fitzpatrick (Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada)

Liberal

Mr. FITZPATRICK.

And some of it to Sherbrooke ; I do not know exactly how it has gone.
Mr. MAC-LEAN. Does not all this go to show that the Grand Trunk Corporation is a rather difficult one to deal with, that it is hard to compel them to live up to their obligations ? We seem to be getting into a mass of litigation with this concern, and yet, it has been entrusted with the national transportation proposition. It does not wish to obey the Alien Labour law : it seeks to build up United- States seaports ; in every way a great deal of litigation seems necessary to compel them to carry out their obligations.

Topic:   RESIGNATION OF LT.-COL. GREGORY.
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