January 29, 1963 (25th Parliament, 1st Session)


André Ouellet

Mr. Ouellel:

Mr. Chairman, on the same point of order, I must say that we have been sitting for some time and every Tuesday night, between five and six, we hear exactly the same remarks. For this reason, I am supporting my friend, the hon. member for Rimouski (Mr. Legare), in what he just said.
The questions were asked. The hearings took place. The evidence was heard in the divorce committee of the Senate. Those bills are now sent back to this house where they are re-sifted and warmed up, one after the other. And what do we get out of it? As a matter of fact most of the bills I looked into concerned cases of adultery-

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