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

PC

Edmund Davie Fulton

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Fulion:

-that the reasons which you have given do not actually apply. In fact, we have been told by Speakers on numerous occasions that notwithstanding the provision that motions must be brought up after notice there is no way in which a private member can give notice, and it is for that reason that this matter is brought forward in this manner today, in the only way in which we can get it before the house. My main reason for rising was to point out the implication of the ruling which I understand you are about to make, that there is one course of procedure which should prevail with respect to the conduct of a private member and another one for the Deputy Speaker, which is a proposition we cannot accept.

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