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

PC

Edmund Davie Fulton

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Fulton:

I do so with deference, but I ask you to realize the implication of the ruling which I understand you are about to make; that is, when the conduct of a private
House of Commons
member is brought into question it is apparently to be disposed of without debate, as was done on Friday afternoon in accordance with the ruling which you made; yet you say, sir, or I understand you are about to say, that when the conduct of the Deputy Speaker is brought into question there must be notice and debate. I fail to see why there should be any distinction between the two and I suggest to you-

Topic:   PIPE LINES
Subtopic:   TRANS-CANADA PIPE LINES-INQUIRY AS TO DECISION BY FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION
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