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

PC

George Clyde Nowlan

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Nowlan:

I accept the minister's statement, and I am sure that will clarify the situation in Canada which is worrying many at the moment because that is not the impression which has been created. I am sure the minister will also admit that as we do relax or give away the imperial preference on any item, then to that extent we are weakening or undermining the principle of direct shipment which has been an important part of the economy of the ports of Canada during the past twenty years.
Trade Agreements

Topic:   TRADE AGREEMENTS
Subtopic:   TORQUAY NEGOTIATIONS
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