December 18, 1962 (25th Parliament, 1st Session)

SC

Gilles Grégoire

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Mr. Gregoire:

In compliance with that standing order, I should like to speak about the use of a French name, to which I do not object. On the contrary, I am pleased that this company wants to use a French name. But that name is composed of three words: Merit Insurance Company. I have something to say about the word "Insurance" because I find that it is not appropriate. When a company deals with financing instead of insurance, why should it use the word "insurance" in its name? It is precisely about that word that I wish to speak because, as I was trying to explain, Mr. Chairman, when an insurance company is related to a finance company which requires the purchaser of a car to obtain insurance with that company-

Topic:   INTERIM SUPPLY
Subtopic:   PRIVATE BILLS
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