May 26, 1970 (28th Parliament, 2nd Session)

LIB

Joseph-Alfred Mongrain

Liberal

Mr. Mongrain:

Mr. Speaker, I wish to ask a supplementary question as I am under the impression that the minister did not quite understand my question.
On the basis of the principle that the federal government is the "big brother" of all the provincial governments and that the latter are quite willing to accept its suggestions, I
Canada Elections Act
would like to know whether the government would be prepared to have non-official discussions, for instance, during the federal-provincial meetings, with a view to suggesting to the provinces to co-operate in order to set a uniform legal age to take legal decisions, which would be most useful under the present circumstances.

Topic:   GOVERNMENT ORDERS
Subtopic:   CANADA ELECTIONS ACT
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