April 9, 1951 (21st Parliament, 4th Session)


Solon Earl Low

Social Credit

Mr. Low:

We all want to get hold of more of them. We have to if we are going to survive. This has plenty of rubber in it. It has stretched considerably. When the pressure was let go it bounced back and is only half what it was at one time. I cannot think of anything more rubbery than that. There is a rumour abroad that the Liberal government is going -to ask the Canadian Bank Note Company to run off another bill, a two dollar bill to commemorate this marvellous new age, this brave new situation into which we have got ourselves. This new two dollar bill is to be called the St. Laurent dollar.

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