November 22, 1979 (31st Parliament, 1st Session)

LIB

Harold Thomas Herbert

Liberal

Mr. Hal Herbert (Vaudreuil):

Mr. Speaker, I have a few comments, some of which I must admit are prompted by the remarks of the last speaker who is always looking for a little more, and quite correctly so. I should like to put on the record that although it might have been in committee that this very worth-while amendment was put through, the credit should go to the hon. member for Saint-Leonard-Anjou (Miss Begin) who had the guts to propose it and get it passed, even though it meant more than doubling the expense in the bill. I congratulate her for that. At least one can justify by some line of argument that the status of a single person-

Topic:   GOVERNMENT ORDERS
Subtopic:   OLD AGE SECURITY ACT
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