January 29, 1958 (23rd Parliament, 1st Session)

PC

Frank Charles McGee

Progressive Conservative

Mr. McGee:

May I take just a moment
before the time expires, to point out one aspect of this matter which appeals to me in particular. Recently we have heard a great deal about the decline in the purchasing power of the dollar. It seems to me that the 96698-253
Dominion Succession Duty Act main features of this proposed bill will have the effect of increasing the purchasing power of the insurance dollar, certainly as it applies in my particular case. I should like to pass along to the minister and the house the comments which I have received from my riding concerning this bill. The people in general are most enthusiastic about it and the manner in which it faces up realistically to present problems.

Topic:   REVISION, CONSOLIDATION, ETC.
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