May 28, 1948 (20th Parliament, 4th Session)

PC

Edmund Davie Fulton

Progressive Conservative

Mr. FULTON:

I take it that the minister is a little more cautious than other members of the government, who occasionally find the things they have said embarrassing. The minister in his letter said:
This matter is at present receiving the active attention of the department, and I propose taking it -up with my colleagues in council with a view to obtaining the necessary authority for the formation of a board to carry out the required surveys and to submit a complete report on its recommendations, with an estimate of cost of its proposals.

Topic:   MARSHLANDS
Subtopic:   RECLAMATION AND DEVELOPMENT-ASSISTANCE TO MARITIME PROVINCES
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