June 5, 2003 (37th Parliament, 2nd Session)


Lorne Nystrom

New Democratic Party

Hon. Lorne Nystrom

Mr. Speaker, I have two points.
First, the member of the Alliance Party said I was doing this for some other reason. That is impugning motives which is against the rules of the House. My motives are to have to a full-fledged debate on the possibility of bank mergers in this country. I hope he would withdraw the allegation that he made.
Second, Mr. Speaker, I hope you follow the advice of the hon. member for Calgary Centre and check the blues. My understanding was that I was getting unlimited time, that the House thought this was a very important debate. It had nothing to do with the debate on Bill C-7 or whatever other issue the member from British Columbia was thinking of.

Topic:   Routine Proceedings
Subtopic:   Committees of the House
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