February 27, 1976 (30th Parliament, 1st Session)

NDP

John Edward Broadbent

New Democratic Party

Mr. Broadbent:

Notwithstanding the legitimate concern which the minister expressed about the power situation for the city of Karachi, I should like to ask the minister the following question. Given, to say the least, the equal concern from the point of view of everyone in the world to stop the development of nuclear weapons, would the minister not agree that unless we get the most stringent guarantees from the government of Pakistan which would totally inhibit the use of Canadian-provided material for the development of nuclear weapons, we should not proceed in any way with further shipments of uranium material to that country?
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