Hon. Milton F. Gregg (Minister of Labour):
Mr. Speaker, if I have permission to do so without notice, with unanimous consent I would like to present a motion to the house. Last session I tabled with the Clerk of the house copies of the report of the unemployment insurance commission for 1955-56. If I am given unanimous consent I should now like to move:
That this report be referred to the standing committee on industrial regions.
If this is passed it will provide an early opportunity for that committee, namely the standing committee on industrial relations, to consider alleged difficulties and delays with respect to unemployment insurance benefits. In this way I shall comply with my promise to the suggestion in the question asked last Friday by the hon. member for Winnipeg North Centre. I believe, sir, that all the party whips would give unanimous consent to this.
Subtopic: REFERENCE OF REPORT OF COMMISSION TO STANDING COMMITTEE ON INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS