Mr. Solon E. Low (Peace River):
Mr. Speaker, I should like to say on behalf of the group I represent that we are always very sorry when a fellow member in the house passes. We get to know some members better than others, it is true; but, just the same, we do form here splendid fellowships and do not like to see them broken.
In this instance we understand that Mr. Nadon was a good public servant and well loved by his own people. We therefore extend our sympathy now to his family in their sad bereavement, and to the Prime Minister and the members of the Liberal party our sympathy in their loss of a good follower and supporter in the House of Commons.