May 29, 1963 (26th Parliament, 1st Session)

PC

George Clyde Nowlan

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Nowlan:

-and the fact that the present government is considering dealing with some of the economies which were recommended by that commission. At the moment, Mr. Speaker, there is nothing one can say in this matter except that we have before us today

the estimates for the coming year. I am not sure what procedure is going to be adopted by hon. gentlemen opposite in dealing with the estimates for the preceding year which, due to their own obstruction, were never approved by parliament.

Topic:   MAIN AND SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1963-64
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