January 30, 1958 (23rd Parliament, 1st Session)

LIB

John Whitney Pickersgill

Liberal

Mr. Pickersgill:

If the hon. gentleman had listened to me from the beginning of my remarks perhaps he would know what I have in mind. This is a real problem-just as there was a problem which in fact ended the first British empire. Members will understand that I refer to the cry of "no taxation without representation". There is a problem here of representation without taxation, and there must be an element of fairness on both sides. In respect of what the hon. member for Skeena said in his speech, with which perhaps some hon. members will be surprised to hear I agree-at least I agreed with about half-

Topic:   DEPARTMENT OF CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION
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