May 28, 1956 (22nd Parliament, 3rd Session)

SC

Ernest George Hansell

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Mr. Hansell:

We have never had any contrary opinion. I will say this. This group respects parliamentary authority. I will digress no further. I should like to whittle somebody down to peanut size. Objection has been taken, and I shall not take up the point.
Now, Mr. Chairman, my time has gone and I say that we are going to support the pipeline bill. We will vote against any tactics of blocking. We do wish that members may have the opportunity of presenting arguments contrariwise if they wish, but let them present their arguments and not waste the remaining
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Northern Ontario Pipe Line Corporation resources to a United States company? We are not giving anything away.

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