May 4, 1951 (21st Parliament, 4th Session)

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Mr, Coldwell:

I think, the announcement
made by the Prime Minister is very satisfactory to ail members of the house, and I hope that we shall be able to proceed with the address on Monday afternoon. After all, there is some uncertainty about the political situation in Great Britain, and should a general election intervene it might delay us in doing what we want to do in Canada; consequently the quicker this matter can be disposed of by this house the better it will be. So far as we are concerned we shall be glad indeed to co-operate in having this address adopted by the house as quickly as possible on Monday.

Topic:   ADDRESS TO HIS MAJESTY THE KING
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