January 25, 1917 (12th Parliament, 7th Session)

LIB

Charles Marcil

Liberal

Mr. MAROIL:

Armand Lavergne stood
true to his policy, and if the Liberals of Dorchester, or of Champlain, or of Montmagny, had been willing to support Mr. Lavergne, in doing' what his Conservative friends in the province of Quebec did, enter into an alliance with the Nationalists, he would have run there. The very reason that Mr. Cannon is opposing Mr. Sevigny to-day is because the Liberals in the county of Dorchester insisted upon having a Liberal candidate in the person of Mr. Cannon, who is a loyal member of the party.

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