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

CON

Glenlyon Campbell

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. CAMPBELL.

I think that what the Minister of the Interior says, though at a late date, covers the question; and if I was perhaps somewhat bitter in some words I used since the inception of this debate, I do him the same courtesy as he has done me, and beg to withdraw them in so far as they hurt his feelings. To go

on with this matter, before we pass clause; 1, I think -it would be desirable for the Minister of the Interior to tell us what proportion of good settlers there were among the Doukhobors. He has told us about some bad ones, those that are in asylums or in jail or dead, and I would like to have some idea what the proportion of good settlers was. -

Topic:   SUPPLY-INTERIM SUPPLY BILL.
Subtopic:   IMMIGRATION ACT AMENDMENT.
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