December 2, 1952 (21st Parliament, 7th Session)

LIB

George Taylor Fulford

Liberal

Mr. Fulford:

It does not take much vision to see that it would not be to Canada's advantage at this time to try to blast our way into the agricultural markets of Great Britain with produce from the Canadian farms. One important thing that those opposite are always trying to say is that we are losing our markets and that we should have more markets in the United Kingdom. Well, we should have more markets in the United Kingdom, but it is an axiom of trade that in order to sell you have got to buy. It is a strange paradox that when we do purchase in quantity from the United Kingdom our

The Address-Mr. Fulford friends opposite are the first to raise their voices in protest, and in particular I will mention the textile trade.

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