February 2, 1910 (11th Parliament, 2nd Session)

CON

David Marshall

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. MARSHALL.

I am also a member of this committee, and I realize it is a very serious matter. I think we are justified in getting all the information we can. I am not prepared to say where that information should come from, but I must say that the information we are getting is very valuable to the committee, and I think it is due to the Minister of Labour to say that the committee is entirely to take the responsibility of asking Professor Skelton to undertake this work. The minister, in my judgment, has acted fairly in the matter, and I am quite in sympathy with the course proposed.

Topic:   HOURS OF LABOUR ON PUBLIC WORKS
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