October 29, 1964 (26th Parliament, 2nd Session)


Gordon Knapman Fraser

Mr. Fraser:

It would be technically possible, but I think this would be a matter of economics. Here again, depending on the number of population to be served-the population in that area is quite scattered-they are quite small communities-and a satellite normally doesn't cover a large geographical area. That would be a matter that would have to be figured out.
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Dr. Stewart: I thought Mr. Karsin left the impression that if this didn't work, then the interlake area was lost for all time, in so far as service. Technically this is not so?

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