Sir ROBERT BORDEN:
I would not be disposed to interpose the slightest objection to full discussion of the subject. As a matter of fact, there was some suggestion yesterday that the Government were averse to criticism and were not desirous of supplying information. On the contrary, I stated when I first presented this war appropriation to the House that I was ready to give all available information" asked for, and I have already given a good 'deal of information that was not asked for-some which is in my possession I have not yet had an opportunity to give. We shall be very glad to have a discussion. I do not think that under the rules of the House hon. gentlemen opposite would be precluded from bringing up the discussion of this subject bn the Militia Estimates.
[Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 1