May 19, 1961 (24th Parliament, 4th Session)

PC

Robert Hardy Small

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Small:

The hon. member made reference to Mackenzie and Mann, but I should suggest to him that it was not the Borden government which started the railway. That was something which originated under the Laurier government. I am not suggesting he did not bail the railway out in respect of the $10 million, but it is something he inherited.

Topic:   DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT
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