April 11, 1957 (22nd Parliament, 5th Session)

PC

Harry Oliver White

Progressive Conservative

Mr. White (Middlesex East):

Mr. Chairman, I rise to take part in this debate on the resolution in which the government is asking for supply. It seems to bring to my mind my boyhood days when my father used to say to me, "What did you do with the last five dollars I gave you?" That is fairly well the question we are going to ask the government, namely "What did you do with all the money we gave you last time?" We shall try to bring them to account.
I just wanted to comment on the speech made by the hon. member for Mackenzie who immediately preceded me. It was one of the type made by those who belong to a group which never in the foreseeable future will be called upon to form a government.

Topic:   INTERIM SUPPLY
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