March 14, 1910 (11th Parliament, 2nd Session)


Angus Claude Macdonell

Conservative (1867-1942)


Well, it is here in the Act. They bear on their face the evi-Mr. J. I*. TURCOTTE.
dence that they are one and the same. They have practically the same name, the old company being called the St. Lawrence Power Company, and this company being called the St. Lawrence Power Transmission Company. If this company that is applying to-day was not in substance the old company, would not the old company object to the similarity of names? The minister sees no danger in the exportation of power to the States. I contend that it is extremely doubtful, under- both Bills, whether or not the company can be prohibited from exporting power, because the old Act contains no restriction whatever on the exportation of power. The company can sell its power.

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