March 4, 1968 (27th Parliament, 2nd Session)

LIB

John James Greene (Minister of Agriculture)

Liberal

Mr. Greene:

Let us put them on the record and let us see who sold wheat and in what quantities and at what prices, and we will stand on that record every time.
I will not take much longer, Mr. Chairman, since many hon. members of the opposition have asked me to reply to the questions they have posed. I would not have intervened at this time had it not been for the remarks of the Leader of the Opposition. I thought it would be proper for me to make a few comments. Speaking to the hon. Leader of the Opposition I feel that, having now been straightened out as to the facts in agriculture, the hon. gentleman in future when addressing this house, and now having those facts, will be able to make some very worthy contributions to the difficult subject of agriculture.

Topic:   RESEARCH
Subtopic:   PROPOSED INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CENTRE
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